56: Caroline Flack, the beauty tax and 'Friends: The Reunion'
For episode 56, we remember the life and work of TV presenter Caroline Flack, discuss the concept of the beauty tax and share our thoughts on the Friend’s Reunion.As always, feel free to suggest a figure for a future episode or say hello by sending us a message on Instagram @FigurePodcast. The views expressed in this podcast are our own.Lupinhttps://www.netflix.com/title/80994082Motherlandhttps://www.netflix.com/title/81284515Pieces of Britney with Pandora Sykeshttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p09mfr9s/episodes/downloadsTable Manners: Paul and Mary McCartneyhttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/s11-ep-18-paul-and-mary-mccartney/id1305228910?i=1000521395533Sweet Sorrow by David Nichollshttps://www.hive.co.uk/Product/David-Nicholls/Sweet-Sorrow--the-Sunday-Times-bestseller-from-the-author-of-One-Day/24114506The Outrun by Amy Liptrothttps://www.hive.co.uk/Product/Amy-Liptrot/The-Outrun--A-Memoir/21210169The Offing by Benjamin Myershttps://www.hive.co.uk/Product/Benjamin-Myers/The-Offing--A-BBC-Radio-2-Book-Club-Pick/24022050Figure 1: Caroline FlackDocumentaryCaroline Flack was ‘terrified’ that body cam video of her in state of undress and distress would be shown at trial, Pritha Paulhttps://meaww.com/caroline-flack-terrified-footage-of-her-covered-in-blood-will-be-shown-during-trialLaura Whitmore tribute to Caroline Flackhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDX_GW_mO4U‘Love Island’ Reveals Duty of Care Protocols Ahead of First U.K. Season Since Host Caroline Flack’s Suicide, K J Yossmanhttps://variety.com/2021/tv/global/love-island-duty-of-care-protocols-itv-1234998089/Figure 2: Attractive but poorly groomed women earned 40% less than their well-groomed ‘unattractive’ peersWe Need to Talk about Money by Otegha Uwagbahttps://www.waterstones.com/book/we-need-to-talk-about-money/otegha-uwagba/9780008489304What's Your Take On The Makeup Tax? Arielle Pardeshttps://intothegloss.com/2015/08/makeup-tax/The Makeup Tax, Olga Khazanhttps://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/08/the-makeup-tax/400478/Mustached Americans earned 8.2 percent more on average than those with beards and 4.3 percent more than the clean shavenhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-mustaches-money-idUSTRE5980IP20091009Figure 3: Friends Then and NowFriends: The Reunionhttps://news.sky.com/story/friends-reunion-how-to-watch-what-time-and-channel-and-everything-you-need-to-know-as-the-stars-get-back-together-after-17-years-12316411Friends at 25: Is the sitcom really as problematic as people say? Stylist investigates. Kayleigh Drayhttps://www.stylist.co.uk/life/friends-netflix-woke-millennials-problematic-plot-sexism-feminism-homophobia-transphobia/186201Don’t knock Friends. It’s still relevant, and progressive, too, Sarah Goslinghttps://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jan/19/friends-tv-dated-sexuality-masculinity-young-peopleMatt Haig on Friendshttps://www.instagram.com/p/CPZF6V1Mi7p/
In this episode, Sharon & Declan start by celebrating their vaccinations! One step closer to normality. They go on to chat about Census 2021, the Caroline Flack documentary and how we can stop social media having such a detrimental affect on our mental health, new trends in online shopping including the new valuation of Stripe and the Microsoft exchange email hack. They also touch on digital clothes again from the previous episode after Gucci released virtual trainers.There's also a bit of a trigger warning with this episode as they discuss suicide, depression and mental health in some detail. If you need help & support please contact Samaritans. Links that inspired our discussion...Caroline Flack documentary New online shopping trendsStripe Valuation Exchange email hackBelly laugh quota: Quite high. Especially in the last few minutes! Follow Declan & Sharon on Twitter @declanwilliams_ & @BeforeEndDate. You can also follow their business @thedigitalgene. The podcast now has it own socials, too! Follow @inthegenespod on Twitter and @itsinthegenespod on Instagram. Please like, share and write review for this podcast. Use the hashtag #ItsInTheGenesPod out on socials!
In this Episode we talk about the life and sad passing of Caroline Flack by reviewing the documentary on her life and death on All4. This is an insight into how Caroline had to deal with fame and the constant scrutiny of the media. Link to show: https://www.channel4.com/programmes/caroline-flack-her-life-and-death Link to Socials: linktr.ee/letstalkwithmattandjohnny
Take aways from the new Caroline Flack documentary, dose of pop culture, Book Club and Singleton Shaming
The Self-Love Club®
Hey hello cute face! On todays show: What’s Lady Gaga filming with Adam Driver? Everything we know so far about Season 5 of The Crown, we brush over parts of The Grammy’s aka Harry Styles Appreciation Day.Plus Book Club, the new Caroline Flack documentary and our topic is Singleton Shaming, it's got to stop! Thanks so much to our sponsor Bondi Sands Pure for making this weeks show possible. Clean, simple, transparent, Pure is the first ever sustainable self tanning range from Bondi SandsCheck out and enter the giveaway on @selfloveclubpodcast Instagram this week We're an independent podcast dedicated to chatting about stuff that mattersYou can support us by:- Clicking subscribe on your podcast app, follow on Spotify - Show us where you’re listening or screenshot and post on your Instagram story and tag us @selfloveclubpodcast in it so we can see and share- Share with your friends, sisters, workmates, everyone! - Delve into our back log - Leave us a 5 star glowing review Keep up with us and follow: @selfloveclubpodcast and Bel @belcrawford on Instagram Leave us a voice message on our sparkly new hotline email@example.com and you may be featured on the show!WHERE TO GET HELP:NZ: Free txt or call 1737 24/7 If it's an emergency and someone is at risk call 111 Australia: Lifeline 13-11-14USA: Suicide Prevention Helpline 1-800-273-8255UK: 1-800 784-2433 and 1-800-273-8255
Weekly watch presenter and entertainment reporter Orlaith Condon is chatting to Lousie all about the Caroline Flack Documentary that airs on Channel 4 on Wednesday 17th March.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
BONUS: The Complicated Life and Death of Caroline Flack - Love Island UK
Little Bit Leave It
Enjoy this free sample of our bonus episode where we examine Caroline Flack's remarkable career, her tumultuous and troubling personal relationships, and the mental illness and abusive behavior that eventually led to her downfall and death by suicide. To hear the whole thing, become a Patreon subscriber at http://www.patreon.com/littlebitleaveit This episode touches on a lot of subjects that a lot of people will find upsetting: depression, suicide, domestic abuse, addiction and alcoholism, and bullying. If you don’t want to hear about those subjects, please check out a different episode of Little Bit Leave It.
Today is Caroline Flack's birthday. As a way of marking our friend's special day we have pulled together a podcast (with the permission of her family) of stories about Flacky told by her closest friends. We have stripped out the ads in the podcast and replaced them with mentions of two causes that were close to her heart. The Samaritans www.samaritans.org and Choose Love www.choose.love. We hope that the stories make you smile; and remember if you are struggling - Samaritans are always there to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 116 123. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Julia Samuel - Dealing with grief: A tribute to Caroline Flack
In The Pink
Julia Samuel is world renowned psychotherapist and the Founder Patron of @childbereavementuk. Having met through mutual friends many years ago, Julia and Natalie reconnected following the untimely death of TV star and Natalie’s close friend Caroline Flack. Julia gives Natalie advice about how to react following a sudden death of a friend, which will in turn hopefully help others. Julia is a truly remarkable person, with a lovely calming disposition; we hope you will benefit from hearing what she has to say. Her books ‘Grief Works’ and ‘This Too Shall Pass’ are available now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.