Ep10: Paying on a First Date & Dating Dilemmas with Grace Campbell (@disgracecampbell)
Sorry, Love You, Bye!
The hottest single babes in London town, Darya (@tinymoron) and Grace (@disgracecampbell), talk about how weird dating apps are, the emotionally abusive Spencer Pratt and how much they love their parents (all very related, of course). They discuss brilliant or baloney advice - should we be paying on dates? And of course they go through your dating dilemmas; is rain a good excuse to get out of a date? Is it okay to have a different love language to your partner? How long do you stay in a good relationship that ultimately isn't going anywhere?
This week, Lucien is joined by comedian and best-selling author Grace Campbell where they discuss: meeting Robbie Williams in a lift, visiting Lady Gaga's mansion in Malibu, and how she provided "top" fashion advice to Vladimir Putin's family. Also, we find out whether a world famous politician has released his own ladies' perfume and which celebrity doesn't think London is in England in our sexy Prelash games! 🎉🥂 Sponsored and Supported by @mrskclub.
Joining Kate this week is Alastair Campbell and his daughter Grace! The pair currently have their own podcast called Football, Feminism and everything in between where they discuss, challenge, educate and argue... bit like they did here on White Wine Question Time! This episode looks into their father and daughter relationship, discussing their mental health highs and lows and the how Tony Blair used to feature so heavily in Graces' counselling sessions.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to the last episode of Season 2!! What better way to end the season, than with the absolutely fabulous Grace Campbell! Grace is a comedian, director, activist, and newly published author of , 'Amazing Disgrace’ a book about shame. Some might know Grace because of her father, the political spokesman Alistair Campbell, and others might know her from her debut, sold out, standup show she took to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 'Why I’m Never Going Into Politics', however I discovered Grace through her work with The Pink Protest, a feminist collective committed to engaging the power of young people & utilising online activism. In this episode we discuss the power of clicktivism, the familiar teenage pilgrimage to the sexual health clinic, and how to banish the shame we feel when talking about sex. TW: We are covering topics such as sex, sexual violence and will be discussing an experience of sexual harassment. You can find Grace here: @disgracecampbell and here: https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781529354003 Resources: https://www.victimsupport.org.uk/crime-info/types-crime/sexual-harassment https://rightsofwomen.org.uk/ If you would like to send in your story, please feel free to DM @cheerupluv or submit via the website: http://www.cheerupluv.com Music composed by Alex Gruz This Podcast is sponsored by Daye.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eliza-hatch/support
66: Grace Campbell - Growing Up With Amazing Disgrace
Grace Campbell takes you on a whirlwind tour of childhood, adolescence and young adulthood, growing up in a playground of political celebrity, idiot boys and brilliant girlfriends. This is a must-listen episode for all young women and parents of daughters navigating the passion and pitfalls of teenaged life. Get your copy of Grace's book HERE.
Hello Body Protesters!In a very dark week, we hope to bring you all a bit of light with this delightful conversation we had the pleasure of having with Grace Campbell, Comedian, Activist and Author! With her debut book, Amazing Disgrace fresh off the press and two changed laws under her belt, Campbell is quite the powerhouse, and we hope you enjoy her outlook on shame as much as we do.Grace speaks to Honey and Nadia about:- . Trauma, sexual trauma (CW) ,- Shame storing itself in your body- Drug abuse- Eating disorders (CW)- Punishing your body- The male gaze forcing us to separate our bodies from ourselves- Mental health, intrusive thoughts, medication- Intrusive thoughts- Fanny farting- Sex, masturabation, orgasms- yoga for anxietyWe hope you enjoy listening! Please remember to rate, review, share and subscribe!Honey and Nadia x x xConnect with us on Instagram:@email@example.comFor more on Grace:https://www.disgracecampbell.com/https://www.instagram.com/disgracecampbell/?hl=enShout out to the angels that help us make this podcast!Editing by Project HarnessCover art by Eve DelaneyMusic by Eve Burke-EdwardsSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Straight-talking feminist comedian Grace co-hosts the podcast Football, Feminism and Everything In Between with her dad, political advisor Alastair Campbell. She's written her new book Amazing Disgrace to help women handle feelings of shame. Her life tips include never sleeping with co-workers, and dressing fabulously to boost your confidence.
Astrid & Miyu: After Hours S3 EP3 - All Things Comedy With Grace Campbell
Astrid & Miyu
Join our lovely host Bella as she sits down with comedian, author and activist, Grace Campbell. It’s time to get into your comfy clothes and unwind as they discuss everything from growing up in the world of politics, why everyone should brave stand-up comedy and her brand new book! Want to hear more? Subscribe and stay tuned for new episodes of the Astrid & Miyu podcast every week! Follow Grace: @disgracecampbell Follow Bella: @bodaciouslybella_ Thank you so much for tuning into Season 3, head to our Instagram @astridandmiyu to stay updated with new episodes!💫