Jacqueline Wilson chats The Primrose Railway Children
Fun Kids Meets
Jacqueline Wilson is chatting about her new book, The Primrose Railway Children, which is a fresh reimagining of the classic The Railway Children as a brand new adventure! Phoebe Robinson loves making up stories – just like her wonderful, imaginative Dad. When he mysteriously disappears, Phoebe, Perry, Becks and their mum must leave everything behind and move to a small cottage in the middle of nowhere. Struggling to feel at home and missing her Dad terribly, Phoebe’s only distraction is her guinea pig Daisy. Until the family discover the thrilling steam trains at the railway station and suddenly, every day is filled with adventure. But Phoebe still can’t help wondering, what is Mum hiding and more worryingly is Dad okay?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Putting Characters in Unfamiliar Places, with Jacqueline Wilson
Author In Your Classroom
Undoubtedly a legend in the world of children's writing, Dame Jacqueline Wilson shares some of the secrets of her extraordinary success with listeners - including the importance, sometimes, of NOT doing your research... A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is available to support this episode at bit.ly/AIYCJWilsonpack. This episode is divided into three sections, which can be listened to in one go, as a sequence spread over several days, or in isolation. If you only have time to listen to one, we recommend section 2, which includes Jacqueline reading an extract from The Primrose Railway Children. Section 1 starts at 00:00 Section 2 starts at 19:10 Section 3 starts at 34:19. Join the Plazoom community by signing up to our newsletter for free resources and special offers at plazoom.com! ⓣ https://twitter.com/plazoomshop ⓕ https://www.facebook.com/Plazoom-648739442272915 ⓟ https://www.pinterest.co.uk/plazoom
Dame Jacqueline Wilson is the beloved children’s author of over 100 books and the creator of one of the most memorable characters of all time: Tracy Beaker. But it wasn’t until her 40s that Jacqueline became a bestseller. Now, at 75, she remains as indefatigable as ever. Her latest book, The Primrose Railway Children, a reimagining of E. Nesbit’s children’s classic, is published next week. She joins me to talk about her failure to be practical, her failure as an actress and her failure to be healthy. In person, she's just as charmingly unforgettable as her fictional heroines. Enjoy! -- The Primrose Railway Children by Jacqueline Wilson is out on 16th September. You can preorder it here. -- My new novel, Magpie, is out now. You can order it here. --- How To Fail With Elizabeth Day is hosted by Elizabeth Day, produced by Naomi Mantin and Chris Sharp. We love hearing from you. To contact us, email firstname.lastname@example.org --- Social Media: Jacqueline Wilson @FansofJWilson Elizabeth Day @elizabday How To Fail @howtofailpod
In this week’s episode of Activity Quest, Dan’s getting locked up at The Clink in London, we’re chatting water safety with the RNLI, and author Jacqueline Wilson sets a summer challenge. Remember, whatever you do and however you do it, tell us at FunKidsLive.com/ActivityQuest – and remember to rate, review and follow this podcast wherever you’re listening to it. If you know of or own a venue that you think would be perfect for Activity Quest, email email@example.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
To celebrate the BHF’s 60th birthday, Charmaine Griffiths CEO, speaks to celebrity supporters about their experience of heart disease and hears how their lives have been transformed thanks to BHF research. In this episode, she speaks to children’s author Jacqueline Wilson. Jacqueline opens up about her shock at being diagnosed with heart failure in her 60s, what life is like living with an ICD, why swimming is so important and how her attitude to life has changed. For more information about heart failure visit: https://www.bhf.org.uk/informationsupport/conditions/heart-failure If you’ve got any questions about your heart or circulatory health, call the BHF’s heart helpline to speak with a nurse, between 9-5 on Monday to Fridays, on 0300 330 3311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To contact The Ticker Tapes team, you'll find us at email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S7 Ep1: Dame Jacqueline Wilson and her breakaway belt
My Wardrobe Malfunction with Susannah Constantine
We're back at last for season seven! This week’s special guest is a bona fide literary legend - the bestselling and phenomenally prolific author Dame Jacqueline Wilson! She and Susannah discuss mums, bangles and film cameos…Jacqueline's latest book, The Runaway Girls, is out now. Find her on her website here.Thanks to our lyrical house band ‘duo’. Find them at duoguitarmusic.com, order their 'Gig in Your Garden' album here and watch them live-streaming here every Friday at 8pm UK time. The band are giving proceeds from the album sales to Florence Nightingale Foundation.And, of course, huge thanks to you for listening! If you like this episode, please check out the others and give us a five-star rating and review.Finally, we always love hearing from you - please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. And you can also find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube all @mywardmal, and on our website at mywardmal.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We all have our coping mechanisms - for both of the pre-teen Laura's, Jacqueline Wilson was the one and only coping mechanism. It's all the childhood nostalgia feels, some discussion about the role of LGBT+ novels, and a lot of somewhat relevant tangents. There is no structure. There was no plan. Come join.
In this very hectic episode of 2HO, Gen chats Jacqueline Wilson, a queer icon and a beloved childrens literary author. Other topics include, tracey beaker, perfect plum jam and Gen's ancient book blog www.prescriptionfiction.blogspot.com. Please be warned episode contains birds with saxophone and Gen doing loud sniffs a lot because its cold and she is a sickly victorian orphan.Follow us on twitter @2HOpod
#290 Jacqueline Wilson: The Joy Of Writing For Young Adults
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This week’s episode is with one of my biggest writing inspirations: Dame Jacqueline Wilson. Her 111th novel Love Frankie is out now. We talk about her journey into being one of the nation's most loved writers, her writing process, why she's always wanted to discuss deeper issues and themes within her books for children, her trouble with computers and why she loves meeting her readers. It was such a thrill to also record this one in person. A real 'moment' for me and the podcast. Hope you enjoy and if you did please do leave a rating or a review! xoSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jacqueline Wilson On Depicting Her First Ever Gay Romance In Her Latest Children's Book
Weekend Breakfast with Alison Curtis
The reaction to this was massive!We were so delighted to talk to legendary children's author Jacqueline Wilson on Weekend Breakfast. Jacqueline is famous for The Story of Tracy Beaker, Hetty Feather, and over a hundred other popular children's books.Love Frankie is Jacqueline’s latest release (her 111th book!) and features her first ever gay romance. The book follows the story of a 14-year-old girl called Frankie, who lives with her single-parent mum and two sisters."I wanted to show that if there's any young person worrying about their sexuality, that it's just perfectly normal and you don't have to make a big deal about things."Love Frankie is out now and has been getting rave reviews, it has been described as moving and powerful depiction of first love.Have a listen to the full interview with Jacqueline Wilson on Weekend Breakfast with Alison Curtis here:[audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2020/09/26113310/JacquelineWilson_Podcast260920.mp3"][/audio]Weekend Breakfast with Alison Curtis, Saturdays and Sundays from 8am.