Space flight, the Russian language and Antarctica are three things you might not immediately associate with presenter Lorraine Kelly... but as the queen of morning telly explains, her life and career have been full of plot twists. Lorraine also shares how two big events nearly ended her career before it started, and lifts the lid on some of the best and worst interviews of her life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
All the latest WTAF's in this increasingly insane world which cannot seem to stop jabbing its cohabiters with experimental venom. The world has gone utterly insane by you don't have to. Humour is a vaccine.
Eamonn Holmes Farewell and Lorraine Kelly Dancing in a Bikini
We chat about Joe receiving a bribe, Lorraine Kelly, Bikini dancing, Helen Mirren, Noel Edmonds fights back, Getting sunstroke, Eammon Holmes final day on GMTV, What we're going to talk about on tomorrow's episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
095 - The Lorraine effect: menopause in the public eye. Lorraine Kelly and Dr Louise Newson
My Menopause Doctor | Dr Louise Newson | Newson Health Menopause & Wellbeing Centre
Lorraine Kelly joins Dr Louise Newson in this podcast episode and they discuss their shared experience of talking about the menopause on that infamous couch! Lorraine talks openly about her own menopause and how treatment radically changed her work life, relationships, and emotional wellbeing. Every time menopause is discussed on Lorraine's show, they have an overwhelming response from women who are struggling with their symptoms and can't get the help they need. Dr Newson outlines some of the ways she is trying to counteract the misinformation around HRT and general lack of awareness from the public and healthcare professionals. They discuss how attitudes are slowly changing around menopause and share their frustrations at the uphill battle they face in trying to get more help for more women. Lorraine's top 3 tips for women who are thinking about getting help: Get all the information you can and read up on everything you might need to know. Don't be fobbed off when you go and try and get help. Remember you're doing it for you, to feel better, but you're also doing it for everyone that loves you. If you're given HRT and you don't think it's working , don't give up, keep trying with it, or discuss changing the dose or type, it might take a while to find what suits you. Just go for it and be empowered. Follow Lorraine on Instagram - @Lorrainekellysmith
Lorraine Kelly CBE - Television Presenter & Journalist - ITV
The Wonder Women Podcast with Ria Hebden
Be inspired as each month, one trailblazing woman who works in the creative industries shares how she navigates life’s challenges to achieve her career goals, while offering top tips and invaluable wisdom to inspire you on your journey.The Wonder Women Podcast will release a new podcast on the 1st day of each month.For more inspirational content including the digital talk show & information on our live events subscribe to www.wonderwomentv.com You can also follow us on the following social platforms:Instagram @wonderwomentvFacebook @WonderWomenTVTwitter @WonderWomenTVUKFor information on The Wonder Women podcast creator and host, Ria visit www.riahebden.com
The legendary Lorraine Kelly and long lost family | One Of The Family Podcast by Nicky Campbell
One Of The Family | A Nicky Campbell Podcast
The fantastic Lorraine Kelly on her precious dog Angus, free speech, wildlife , conservation and the idiots who drink tiger penis tea. Plus the ever growing horror of dog theft. Dr Daniel Allen on fighting to change the law. And Jodie Ferrier tells the heart wrenching story of Fern - stolen in 2013 and reunited with her family 6 years later.
Lorraine Kelly talks about the privilege of broadcasting throughout the pandemic & the importance of keeping the nation's spirits up even when she felt low & anxious at times. Lorraine chats about her incredible 35 years in the industry; the major stories she’s covered; the celebrities she’s interviewed & laughs about her appearance on C4’s The Last Leg & the fallout when she named ITV's Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan her hero.
Facemasks and Faith; Injecting Hope into our Arms; the Criminalization of Baptisms and Free Speech; Lorraine Kelly and Christmas
Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs
A lucky dip this week as we desperately try and keep up with the mad goings on in the world. In our weekly look at science, we review the suppressed Danish mask study, which shows that wearing masks in the community made no difference to viral transmission - why does this sort of scientific evidence not affect government policy and what is the true significance of being forced to wear a mask in public? We also review the various disturbing announcements and suggestions made by state actors such as the Metropolitan Police and the Labour Party that any "misinformation" about coronavirus vaccines disseminated in public should be criminalized - why do the authorities want to shut down discussion of vaccines rather than having a debate in the public sphere? We also play out a widely commented upon clip of the health secretary Matt Hancock eulogising about the coming coronavirus vaccination programme. We discuss the NHS and the quasi-religious nature that it has taken on in our society.We touch on the story of a baptism in North London which was broken up by the police and Jamie gives a short summary of a series of excellent lectures given by Richard Turnbull for the Christian Institute. These lectures, entitled Christian Leadership in Times of Crisis, provide an overview of biblical and historical approaches various challenges, including times of plague, and contrasts that analysis with present day responses from our Christian leaders to the Coronavirus: Part One - Biblical Teaching on Leadership in Times of Crisis; Part Two - Christian Leadership in Times of Crisis; Part Three - A Failure of Spiritual Leadership.We end with our weekly 'Christmas Watch' section in which we note the government's ardent desire to give us at least a few days of Christmas and the penalty we might need to pay, and we comment on Lorraine Kelly's suggestion that Christmas "is gone" and that it is only a meal and a family get together anyway. Also Mentioned:A cluster randomised trial of cloth masks compared with medical masks in healthcare workersScottish Episcopal Church - Updated Guidance on CoronavirusContactPlease send suggestions, comments, criticisms, questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, follow us on Twitter @irreverendpod and leave us a rating and review on iTunes!
Blank Podcast with Giles Paley-Phillips & Jim Daly
Lorraine Kelly OBE is a Scottish broadcaster, interviewer and journalist, for over 36 years she has been a stalwart of ITV's Breakfast television coverage, including her own show Lorraine, which is live every weekday morning. We started our chat by talking to Lorraine about adapting to working during lockdown and the challenges, but also the positive aspects this has brought to broadcasting. Lorraine tells us about growing up in Glasgow and making her way into journalism in local news, before applying to work at the BBC. We discuss disappointment, something she experienced whilst on maternity leave when she was replaced in her job, and Lorraine reveals to us her worst interview. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theblankpodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.