In this episode of Yours Sincerely, Deborah Frances-White talks to Jess Phillips about the letters of gratitude she would send to the most impactful people in her life. From the letter of appreciation she wishes she could send to her father, to the letters of support she would send to the women who inspire her, Deborah shares some of her favourite stories in a celebration of the people who mean the world to her. Follow the podcast at @jessphillipspod to keep up with the latest episodes and share your letters of gratitude using the hashtag: #JessPhillipsPod. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
BP092.5 Exit Interview - with Deborah Frances-White
The Best Pick movie podcast
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan, Tom Salinsky and Deborah Frances-White Episode 92.5: Exit Interview Released 4 August 2021 Our journey having concluded (we’ll record an episode looking at Nomadland later in the year), we sit down with friend of the pod Deborah Frances-White to look back on our experience with the help of some listener questions. To send in your questions, comments, thoughts and ideas, you can join our Facebook group, Tweet us on @bestpickpod or email us on email@example.com. You can also Tweet us individually, @MrJohnDorney, @ItsJessRegan or @TomSalinsky. You should also visit our website at https://bestpickpod.com and sign up to our mailing list to get notified as soon as a new episode is released. Just follow this link: http://eepurl.com/dbHO3n. If you enjoy this podcast and you'd like to help us to continue to make it, you can now support us on Patreon for as little as £2.50 per month. Thanks go to all of the following lovely people who have already done that. Alex Frith, Alex Wilson, Alexander Capstick, Alison Sandy, Andrew Jex, Andrew Straw, Ann Blake, Anna Barker, Anna Coombs, Anna Elizabeth Rawles, Anna Jackson, Anna Joerschke, Anna Smith, Anne Dellamaria, Annmarie Gray, Ben Squires, Blanaid O’Regan, Brad Morrison, Caroline Moyes Matheou, Catherine Jewkes, Chamois Chui, Charlotte, Claire Carr, Claire Creighton, Claire McKevett, Daina Aspin, Darren Williams, Dave Kloc, David Hanneford, Della, Drew Milloy, Elis Bebb, Elizabeth McClees, Elizabeth McCollum, Eloise Lowe, Elspeth Reay, Esther de Lange, Evelyne Oechslin, Fiona, Flora, frieMo, Helen Cousins, Helle Rasmussen, Henry Bushell, Ian C Lau, Imma Chippendale, James Murray, Jane Coulson, Jess McGinn, Jo B, Joel Aarons, Jonquil Coy, Joy Wilkinson, Juan Ageitos, Judi Cox, Julie Dirksen, Kate Butler, Kath, Katy Espie, Kelli Prime, Kirsten Marie Oeveraas, Kurt Scillitoe, Lawson Howling, Lewis Owen, Linda Lengle, Lisa Gillespie, Lucinda Baron von Parker, Margaret Browne, Martin Korshøj Petersen, Mary Traynor, Matheus Mocelin Carvalho, Michael Walker, Michael Wilson, Ms Rebecca K O’Dwyer, Neil Goldstein, nötnflötn, Olivia, Peter, Richard Ewart, Robert Heath, Robert Orzalli, Ruth, Sally Grant, Sam Elliott, Sharon Colley, Simon Ash, Sladjana Ivanis, Tim Gowen, Tom Stockton, Wayne Wilcox, Zarah Daniel.
“You can’t learn anything without failing”. From growing up a Jehovah’s Witness to creating the world’s most successful feminist podcast, Deborah’s 5 reveal stories that are ever bit as wise as they are engaging.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Edelman Editions #5 - Powered by GWEN, Edelman in conversation with Deborah Frances-White
In episode 5 of #EdelmanEditions, Lizzie Rabone, Associate Director, Edelman DxI, caught up with comedian and feminist Deborah Frances-White to discuss creating an inclusive environment in the workplace, feminism, moving past guilt and building tribal trust.
Stand-up comedian, podcaster and screenwriter Deborah Frances-White explains how a Helene Hanff book got her free tickets for life in London’s West End on this week’s Bookshelfie episode with Yomi Adegoke. Deborah is host of the hugely successful podcast The Guilty Feminist, which has also been made into a bestselling book. Her solo comedy shows have included Half a Can of Worms, which tackled the issue of her own adoption as a newborn baby and what it was like to eventually meet her biological family, and Cult Following - which told the story of her family’s conversion to Jehovah’s Witnesses when she was teenager. She’s co-written two books on stand up comedy and her debut feature film Say my Name was released in 2019. Deborah’s book choices are: ** Underfoot in Show Business by Helene Hanff ** The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) ** Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison ** Lullaby Beach by Stella Duffy ** Ghosts by Dolly Alderton Every week, join journalist and author Yomi Agedoke, and inspirational guests, including Elizabeth Day, Sara Pascoe and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie as they celebrate the best books written by women. The Women’s Prize for Fiction is one of the most prestigious literary awards in the world, and has been running for over 25 years. This podcast is produced by Bird Lime Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Blank Podcast with Giles Paley-Phillips & Jim Daly
Deborah Frances-White is a comedian, author and screenwriter who is founder of the Guilty Feminist comedy network, which help multiple charities, especially relating to refugees and/or human rights. She hosts the podcasts Global Pillage and The Guilty Feminist and is a prominent voice in the fight for equality. Deborah chats to Giles and Jim about her comedy journey, escaping the Jehovah's Witnesses and how the comedy industry still has a long way to go to make is an equal experience for all. @DeborahFW @BlankPod @eliistender10 @jimdalycomedy
The Guilty Feminist's Deborah Frances-White drops in to confess that she used to bother authors and makes a pitch to write for Sex & the City... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Guilty Feminist podcast host, screenwriter and comedian Deborah Frances-White tells Joely how online dancing has saved her lockdown, and how a bikini wax proved once and for all that she is more British than Australian.
Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Host, Jessica Fostekew (Guilty Feminist, Motherland) has a frank conversation with an interesting person about gobbling; guzzling; nibbling; scoffing; devouring and wolfing all up… or if you will, hoovering.The Hoovering podcast turns 3! Almost exactly today. Now - there’s obviously the big official third birthday dinner party episode just been recorded too, but initially that’s just for some patrons - but I didn’t want to leave the landmark unflagged -so what better way to celebrate in these strangely distant times to re-hoover, hoover again, with my first EVER guest from three years ago - the queen of feminism, the always majestic Deborah Frances-White. Everything written below in CAPITALS is a link to the relevant webpage. Honourable Mentions/ LinksDeborah’s an advocate for the amazing REFUGEE COMMUNITY KITCHEN who are desperately seeking volunteers to help both in the UK and Calais. She’s on the socials HERE and if you’re the last person left who hasn’t listened to it, may I introduce you right here, right now to THE GUILTY FEMINIST - Deborah’s frankly world dominating podcast. I’m on this great site called PATREON where I swap your money for ace podcast related stuff like totally exclusive content and guest recipes. It’ll help me keep the podcast not just alive, but also thriving. Thanks so so so much if you’ve become a patron recently and/ or stuck with me since the beginning of this. Also - if you’d wanted to donate something as a one-off you can DO THAT HERE on the Acast Supporter page thing. I got my big beautiful curly cucumber from ODDBOX and if you want one? And you want a massive £10 off your first box so it makes it just a few quid? Then USE THIS LINK MATEMY TOUR IS RESCHEDULED - COME! Well - there’s hope for some of the dates from March or April perhaps?Things we mentioned that you might be interested in from this podcast include…Weird and wonderful (and sometimes awful) popcorn from JOE & SEPHSWe piped on about food and drink takeaway places JOE AND THE JUICE, COSTA COFFEE and swankier eateries Lewisham’s SPARROW and north London’s DISHOOM. Human food MARMITE and cat crack DREAMIES Bonfire of country and bullshit Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/hoovering. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
163. No Stranger to Pesto with Deborah Frances-White
Fortunately... with Fi and Jane
This week on Fortunately, comedian and podcaster Deborah Frances-White joins Fi and Jane. The host of The Guilty Feminist talks to them about how to let movies write themselves, growing up in Australia , famous 'Pauls' and how we would all fare in WW1. Before Deborah beamed in, Jane's been considering life's big questions and Fi reveals the best shop name she has ever seen.Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org