Emma Kennedy is an actor, comedy writer and author. As an actor, she has appeared in Goodness Gracious Me, This Morning With Richard Not Judy (with her fellow Oxford Revue members Richard Herring & Stewart Lee), Jonathan Creek and People Like Us. As a writer she’s written numerous books in including How To Bring Up Your Parents and The Tent, The Bucket and Me which was also adapted, by Emma, into a six-part BBC TV series called The Kennedys staring Katherine Parkinson. Emma won Celebrity MasterChef in 2012. Emma Kennedy is guest number 106 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things she'd like to put in a time capsule; four she’d like to preserve and one she’d like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Emma Kennedy on Twitter: @EmmaKennedy .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .Social media support by Harriet Stevens .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bozilla vs King Dom – with special guest Emma Kennedy
Whoever wins, we lose… As Dominic Cummings takes a wrecking ball to the Prime Minister he made, writer Emma Kennedy joins us to ask who will win this particular Battle of the Bastards. Plus, if social media is so toxic that Premier League footballers are boycotting it, should we end anonymity online? And are quiz shows to blame for the state of politics? “Let’s all grab a sun lounger and enjoy the weapons-grade spite from Dominic Cummings.” – Emma Kennedy “My main emotional response to all of these leaks is hilarity and joy.” – Ian Dunt “Carrie Symonds’ flat decor is like a Home Counties version of Trump Tower” – Emma Kennedy “Number 10 was once our version of The West Wing. Now it’s like the Tweenies have taken over.” – Ayesha Hazarika “The old producer of HIGNFY told me that putting Boris Johnson on TV was the biggest regret of his life.” – Emma Kennedy Presented and produced by Andrew Harrison with Ayesha Hazarika and Ian Dunt. Assistant producers: Jacob Archbold and Jelena Sofronijevic . Music by Kenny Dickinson. Audio production by Alex Rees. The Bunker is a Podmasters Production See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This mini episode features an interview with Emma Kennedy: comedian, TV presenter, actor, scriptwriter, author and Twitter star. Emma’s latest novel, The Never-Ending Summer is set in the summer of 1971 when best friends Agnes and Bea decide on one last adventure before their adult lives begin. And while Agnes heads off to London, her mother Florence, sets off on her own voyage of self-discovery into Europe. Emma talks to Kate about how her own teenage life provided the inspiration for the book and about the impact of feminism of women’s lives in the 1970s with the publication of ground-breaking books such as Germaine Greer’s The Female Eunuch. Emma also talks about a few other books she read as part of her research for the book including Virginia Nicholson’s How Was It For You? and Perfect Wives in Ideal Homes. Emma has written 11 books, four of them for children in her Wilma Tenderfoot series, as well as her funny and affectionate memoir of childhood camping holidays in The Tent, The Bucket and Me. The post Emma Kennedy Interview | Mini Episode appeared first on Love your library.
Series 1: Episode 6 - Emma Kennedy, Yetunde Kehinde, Kate Fox, El Búho
As lockdown restrictions start to ease, Mya-Rose Craig explores how we can expand our birding horizons from our back gardens and regular walks to further afield, paying a visit to the Wildfowl & Wetland Trust’s Slimbridge reserve in Gloucestershire which will reopen soon.Writer, broadcaster and actress Emma Kennedy explains her love of birding, stork spotting, RSPB Minsmere and blackbirds singing show tunes – as well as revealing that crows hold grudges for 20 years!18 year old Yetunde Kehinde, a member of the Natural History Museum’s Youth Advisory Panel and Action for Conservation ambassador, gives tips on discovering nature in an urban environment.Nature beatboxer Jason Singh talks to DJ & producer El Búho about how he blends birdsong into electronic music to raise awareness about endangered bird species.Host: Dr Mya-Rose CraigMusic Host: Jason SinghGuests: Emma Kennedy, Yetunde Kehinde, Kate Fox, El BúhoProducer: Tom BonnettExecutive Producers: Jane Gerber & Katie DerhamProduction Manager: Cara GhoshalProduction Assistant: Louis FaceySponsors: Severn Trent Water & Swarovski OptikMusic:Podington Bear - Happiness IsPodington Bear - FluorescencePodington Bear - Pink GradientPodington Bear - DeltaPodington Bear - Golden HourChancha Via Circuito - Maca Tobiano from A Guide to the Birdsong of South AmericaEl Bu’ho - Dim Sum from Cenotes EPDengue Dengue Dengue - Remolinera Real from A Guide to the Birdsong of South AmericaDj Jigue - Ferminia from A Guide to the Birdsong of Mexico, Central America & the CaribbeanThe Garifuna Collective - Black Catbird from A Guide to the Birdsong of Mexico, Central America & the CaribbeanBarrio Lindo - Capuchino Pecho Biano from A Guide to the Birdsong of South AmericaBirdsong Recordings:Mike StranksDobroideStragetSoundaticInchadneyJuskiddinkPodcast art by Make ProductionsFollow us:www.twitter.com/getbirdingpodwww.facebook.com/getbirdingpodwww.instagram.com/getbirdingpod Follow Emma Kennedy on Twitter: @EmmaKennedyEnjoy her birding, books and bricks at: www.emmakennedy.co.ukYetunde Kehinde is an ambassador for Action for Conservation. Follow them on Twitter: @Action4Conserv Check out Action for Conservation’s new book "How You Can Save The Planet" by Henrikus van Hensbergen https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/317/317556/how-you-can-save-the-planet/9780241453049.htmlThe Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) Slimbridge Wetland Centre is a visitor centre open all year and home to thousands of birds, mammals and other wildlife.A massive thank you to the WWT for opening their doors to us early for the Covid-safe recordings featured in the show. WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre is delighted to be opening their doors again from 12th April. Every person who is coming to visit will need to pre-book. Find out more about El Búho: www.sonidoelbuho.com"A Guide to the Birdsong of Mexico, Central America & the Caribbean” is an album of music inspired by the song of endangered birds with 100% of the profits going towards organisations working to protect them. You can purchase the album on Bandcamp here.Find out more about Severn Trent's biodiversity projects: https://www.stwater.co.uk/about-us/environment/biodiversity/Severn Trent Water is committed to providing a secure supply of clean water across the Midlands. Looking after water means looking after the environment too. As a result, the organisation unveiled ambitious plans to improve biodiversity across the Midlands as part of its Big Green Nature Boost campaign, including reviving 12,000 acres of land (an area bigger than the size of Gloucester), planting 1.3 million trees and restoring 2000km of rivers across the Severn Trent region by 2027. Find out more about Swarovski Optik: https://www.swarovskioptik.com/gb/en/birdingSwarovski Optik, headquartered in Absam, Tyrol, is part of the Swarovski group of companies. Founded in 1949, the Austrian company specialises in the development and manufacturing of long-range optical instruments of the highest precision in the premium segment of the market. The binoculars, spotting scopes and optronic instruments are products of choice for demanding users. The company’s success is based on its innovative strength, the quality and intrinsic value of its products, and their functional and esthetic design. The appreciation of nature is an essential part of its company philosophy and is reflected commendably in its environment-friendly production and its long-term commitment to selected nature conservation projects. In January, Swarovski Optik announced Dr Mya-Rose Craig as a partner opinion leader for 2021; she will aim to inspire people from all backgrounds to learn more about the benefits of enjoying nature activities. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Coral Reef Scientist Emma Kennedy joined me this week on the podcast to chat coral reefs and the damage that climate change is causing, as well as climate change as a whole. She also has a crack at the now legendary game, Guess the Conspiracy! You can find Emma on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/reef_scientist And you can read more about her work here: https://www.kennedymarine.org/ Thanks for listening everyone!
This week, comedian, actor and writer, Emma Kennedy quaffs along with Lou and Sally-Anne and offers an insight into a more refined wine palette, failed auditions and some behind the scenes goss from 'Strictly' which will make you see one of it's stars in a whole new light...ENJOY!
Writer, actor and presenter Emma Kennedy shares her offcuts – the out-takes and writing projects that fell by the wayside – with host Laura Shavin. Clips performed by: Keith Wickham, Leah Marks, Emma Clarke, Beth Chalmers and Toby Longworth. Emma Kennedy wears many hats. Having trained in and practised law (a hat she then discarded) she has gone on to be an actor, novelist, comedy writer, producer, playwright, presenter, winner of TV competitions and Queen of Lego. You will recognise her face from her roles in TV comedies such as The Smoking Room and Goodness Gracious Me, or from her work with Mel & Sue, or even from her presenting on Comic Relief. And you'll know her voice from countless Radio 4 shows and podcasts, in particular her work with Richard Herring. Her second book The Tent, The Bucket And Me was turned into TV series The Kennedys. She's written 10 other books, including three for children that feature her character Wilma Tenderfoot. For children's television her writing CV includes episodes of Dangermouse, Strange Hill High and Waffle The Wonderdog, and after the success of her fiction thriller for adults The Things We Left Unsaid last year, a second novel, The Time Of Our Lives is due out next Spring. Episode show notes and more details: offcutsdrawer.com/emma-kennedy/ Listen to us on whichever podcast app you prefer: https://offcutsdrawer.com/insta-links/ or if you don't usually listen to podcasts you can hear all the episodes here: offcutsdrawer.com/episodes/
Mitch is joined by his old pal Emma Kennedy to discuss things to do in confinement, including crazy royals, cat murderers and thinking impure thoughts about a certain late Prime Minister...Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/mitchbenn)
Out with Suzi Ruffell - S1 EP6: Emma KennedyOn this weeks episode I sit down and chat to with the brilliant actress, comedian, writer and presenter Emma Kennedy. We discuss everything from Lego to kissing boys but falling in love with girls, coming out and much, much more. I loved speaking with her and hearing all about her story and I hope you do too.Please subscribe and leave a review. Thanks. SuzixxAnd if you want to get in touch with me on the show, here's how...email: email@example.com: @outwithsuzi A 'Keep It Light Media' Productionhello@keepitlightmedia.comProducer: Michael Marden