Me Time | Daisy Buchanan: Life Advice From A Former Agony Aunt
Another week, another bitesize mini-episode from Alonement archives. This conversation with journalist and author Daisy Buchanan comes from the first season of Alonement, recorded in person at my flat in November 2019. Before pivoting towards writing books, Daisy worked as an agony aunt for Grazia magazine, answering reader questions around everything from work to relationships. We discuss the philosophy underlying all of her advice: that, actually, her role was to empower people to recognise their own capacity for self-knowledge, and to, in the least woo-woo way possible, realise that they had the answers within them. As ever, Daisy is kind, soothing and wise in this clip - I hope you enjoy listening.Twitter: @ChezSpecter @NotRollerGirl Instagram: @ChezSpecter @alonementofficial @thedaisybee Get in touch: email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
OHHH EMMMM GEEEE! Yes folks, the day has FINALLY arrived, when we all get to poke our heads down under and relive the heyday of Aussie soap, Neighbours and remember when Stock, Aitken and Waterman's Hit Factory dominated the charts!Yes, it's KYLIE AND JASON DAY! This is all thanks to comedian Daisy Buchanan, who like the rest of us, watched that soap opera twice a day and obsessed over the on and off screen romance of our Queen and King of TV and Pop - YOU'RE WELCOME! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Never Have I Ever Season 2, Episode 8 "...…been Daisy Buchanan"
This episode has everything: relationship drama, BFFs fighting, and the most original Great Gatsby plot in television history. Aneesa and Ben get closer but does he still have feelings for Devi? Is Fabiola abandoning her personality for her new girlfriend? Do we deserve an episode starring Trent? Listen, rate, and review!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/projectmindy/message
On the podcast this week, Daisy Buchanan joins Claire to talk about making friends at work. From the competitive colleague to the loyal lunch buddy, work friendships can be tricky to navigate - so how do you find the right balance between the professional and the personal? Claire's new book 'BFF?: The Truth About Female Friendship' is out now and available from all good bookshops, including those at the links below.HiveWaterstonesAmazonAudibleThis podcast is hosted by Claire Cohen and produced by Maddie Hickish.The podcast artwork is property of Transworld – Penguin Random House. Design by Beci Kelly. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hear Her Voice: Break Up & Make Up ft KT Tunstall & Daisy Buchanan
Hear Her Voice
In episode 2 of Hear Her Voice, Laura Whitmore is joined by her special guests KT Tunstall and Daisy Buchanan to explore songs from the heart about losing love and finding yourself along the way.Together they celebrate the best breakup anthems of all time, and the artists who know what it’s like to lose love, own it and sing about it straight from the heart. The message is loud and clear: don’t just put up with things, take control!KT Tunstall is a Scottish singer-songwriter who first gained attention with her debut album ‘Eye to the Telescope’ in 2004, which gained a nomination for the Mercury Music Prize. A year later she won a Brit award for Best British Live Act and has also won a Grammy award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. KT’s released six albums internationally and written soundtracks for several films. But while KT’s career hit major highs, her world was rocked to its foundations in 2012 when she went through a divorce and the loss of her dad, which triggered a life changing relocation to LA.Daisy Buchanan is an award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster. She has written for every major newspaper and magazine in the UK, from the Guardian to Grazia, as their in-house agony aunt columnist (writing the popular Dear Daisy column). Daisy hosts the successful ‘You’re Booked’ and ‘Daisy is Insatiable’ podcasts and is the author of the critically acclaimed books ‘How To Be A Grown Up’, ‘Insatiable: A Love Story for Greedy Girls; and her new novel, ‘Careering’. Featuring Hear Her Voice’s resident music expert Laura Snapes on Amy Winehouse.Laura Snapes is one of the foremost music journalists in the UK. Currently deputy music editor at The Guardian, she has also held roles as features editor for NME and associate editor at Pitchfork.Episode Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5tnyEG18jQHrcIm2dROXgu?si=b61859d0fb9e4068
My guest today is Daisy Buchanan, an award winning journalist, author and broadcaster. She has written for every major newspaper and magazine in the UK and hosts the brilliant bookish podcast You're Booked, where she interviews legendary writers from all over the world about how their reading habits shape their work. She is the author of How To Be A Grown Up, The Sisterhood and the novels Insatiable and Careering. I’ve known Daisy for a long time so it was really fun to sit down in person and have a chat. In this episode, we dig into her career as a whole and also into the themes in Careering her new novel - all about the toxic relationship we can have with our jobs. I hope you enjoy!For World Book Day today, you can get 30% OFF my Writer's Journal with MishMash, just use my exclusive discount code EMMA at checkout: https://mishmash.pt/shop/writers-journal- Buy CAREERING here: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/153/9780751580204- My books:.https://uk.bookshop.org/contributors/emma-gannon- My favourite 2020 books: https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/my-favourite-reads-of-2020-9bf19342-f535-4856-ab1a-d523f5ecd98a- My 2021 picks: https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/2021-books-i-m-excited-about-619ab32f-f22e-4282-a0e7-71732055e3c7- Twitter: Twitter.com/emmagannon- Instagram: Instagram.com/emmagannonuk Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Daisy Buchanan is award winning journalist and author, a podcast host and a successful book inspector as well as being a TEDx speaker and Grazia’s former Agony Aunt. The Influential Women’s Podcast talks to Daisy about her book The Sisterhood and her new book that she reveals that she has just finished writing. We also chat to Daisy about her past experiences in work and how they led her to be the successful author that she is today. It is host presented and Exec Produced by Nicki Bannerman and produced by Saffron Mirza. Support and help us keep making podcasts here: https://www.patreon.com/InfluentialWomenPodcast @nickihbc @saffronmirza
Daisy Buchanan is an award-winning journalist, chart topping podcaster, author of How To Be A Grown Up, The Sisterhood and her latest, Insatiable. As well as being one of the funniest women in print, Daisy has also written incredibly movingly about her own experiences with anxiety, with disordered eating, about her relationship with her body after abuse, as well as many of the agonies of modern life that too often go unexamined – or are met only with shame. Daisy is very good on shaking off shame and how to be sad, well. She says of sadness now: ‘the worst thing you can do is distract yourself from it. A lot like thrush…’ Here, we talk about:- Owning your story- How therapy helps- Epilepsy and uncertainty- Growing up one of six sisters- Experiencing abuse- The ‘M’ word (money)- The joys of Jilly Cooper- …plus what advice Daisy would give to her 21 year old selfFollow Daisy @NotRollergirl on Twitter and @thedaisybee on Instagram and check out Insatiable via Bookshop.org link in bio (where you can also find How To Be Sad, the book, plus a host of other podcast guest book recommendations!)Follow Helen on social media @MsHelenRussellHow To Be Sad, the book, is out now.Thanks to Joel Grove for production and to Matt Clacher at HarperCollins for making this podcast happen.
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're discussing the sexual relationships that we have with ourselves, and the topic of self-pleasure. My guest for this conversation is the fabulous Daisy Buchanan, who is an award winning journalist, author and broadcaster who's new book Insatiable: A Love Story For Greedy Girls, frankly and openly discusses the sexual relationship that Violet, the key character has with herself. Many of the conversations that we have about sex are focused around partnered sex, when in fact our solo sex lives can play an important role in sexual wellbeing and sexual wellness. Self-pleasure has many documented benefits including self-sex education, learning about your body, the health benefits of orgasm, touch, pleasure and associated neurochemical releases; and being incorporated into self-care and me-time routines. We even have International Masturbation Month which takes place in May, and is widely documented across the media; but despite this it feels like conversations about masturbation and self-pleasure are still de-prioritised or behind those focusing on partnered experiences. Daisy and I unpick why we think that is, why she thinks it's important to include it in her writing, and how she describes herself as a self-pleasure enthusiast.Daisy Buchanan is an award winning journalist, author and broadcaster. She has written for every major newspaper and magazine in the UK, from the Guardian to Grazia. She hosts the chart topping podcast You're Booked, where she interviews legendary writers from all over the world about how their reading habits shape their work, and the acclaimed Daisy Is Insatiable, an intimate look at love, lust, life, and everything that makes sex fascinating - created to accompany her Times bestselling debut novel, Insatiable: A Love Story For Greedy girls. Her other books include the non fiction titlesHow To Be A Grown Up and The Sisterhood. Follow Daisy on Twitter @NotRollergirl & Instagram @thedaisybee This episode of the Sexual Wellness Sessions Podcast is brought to you by Daye, the gynae health research and development company raising the standards of female healthcare. Daye is on a mission to bridge the gender gap in medical research and innovation – starting with period pain, which affects 9 in 10 women in the UK. Daye is the creator of the world's first clinically validated, cramp-soothing CBD tampon, developed as a targeted solution for period cramps. They people with periods deserve tampons that are safe for both your body and the environment, which is why Daye tampons are fully sustainable, made with certified organic cotton and sanitised for safety to reduce the risk of TSS. You can get £5 towards your first tampon box when you sign up to their flexible subscription service with the code 'SWS5'. To learn more about Daye and subscribe, visit www.yourdaye.com. Kate Moyle is Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist and Certified Psycho-Sexologist, who is passionate about having open and normalising conversations around sex and relationships; and helping people to get to a place of sexual health, happiness and wellbeing. Follow Kate on Instagram at @KateMoyleTherapy