Way back in 2017, the first year of The Bookstore Podcast's existence, we read Hollywood Wives by Jackie Collins. When the documentary about her life popped up on Becca's Netflix Recommended, we figured we'd watch and discuss. We have a lot of laughs talking about Collins' fascinating life and work. Barbara Cartland song Next time we will be discussing Magma by Thora Hjorliefsdottir. It can be found at your local bookstore or through Hoopla if your local library uses that service. Get two months for the price of one at Libro.fm with code 'bookstore' at checkout. Website | Patreon
88: Black Widow, Freaky, Another Round, French Exit, Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story
Inside Total Film
Total Film00.00– 02.45 Intro02.50 – 14.10 Review of Black Widow14.15 – 19.50 Review of Freaky19.55 – 21.00 Alternative line reading 21.05 – 29.30 Review of Another Round29.35 – 34.00 Review of French Exit34.05 – 36.20 Plain talking – Time to deconstruct film set lingo36.25 – 44.05 Review of Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story44.10 – 50.30 Reader’s question followed by Outro
Female wildlife rangers; Chief Inspector of Ofsted; Lady Boss: Jackie Collins story; Transgender athletes
The work of female rangers protecting wildlife from poachers. Collet Ngobeni of The Black Mambas and Holly Budge of How Many Elephants discuss.The Chief Inspector of Ofsted, Amanda Spielman on the problem of sexual harassment and abuse in schools, and what needs to be done to bring about change.Jackie Collins was one of the most successful female authors of all time but often just dismissed as the Queen of Sleaze. We hear from Jackie's eldest daughter, Tracy Lerman and from Laura Fairrie, director of the new film Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins story. Laurel Hubbard will be the first transgender athlete to compete at the Olympics. She's part of the New Zealand women's weightlifting team. She qualifies on the basis that her testosterone levels have been kept below a certain level for at least a year. But how does a reduction in testosterone affect other aspects of the body - such as muscle mass and strength? We hear from Joanna Harper, a PhD researcher at Loughborough University.A new £50 note featuring the Bletchley Park codebreaker Alan Turing has just been launched. Debbie Marriott is the first ever female banknote designer at the Bank of England, and explains the work that goes into making the notes. Elizabeth Packard was an ordinary 19th century American housewife and mother of six, whose husband had her declared 'slightly insane' and put in an asylum after daring to voice her opinions. Elizabeth embarked on a ceaseless quest for justice, both inside and outside the asylum. Kate Moore has written 'The Woman They Could Not Silence' about this fascinating but little known woman. Presenter: Anita Rani Producer: Dianne McGregor
Britney Spears spoke publicly in a LA court yesterday about the conservatorship that she sees as controlling her life. Her father was granted control over her affairs after she went to hospital because of mental health concerns. Now she says her father controls her "100,000%" and told the judge she was traumatised and cried every day. "I just want my life back," she said. We talk to BBC Newsbeat reporter Lindsay Brown and the writer Pandora Sykes who presents a soon to be released, eight-part podcast series called Pieces of Britney.We talk about Jackie Collins who was often dismissed as the Queen of Sleaze but she's one of the most successful female authors of all time. But who really was the woman behind the glamour? A new film is coming out about her called Lady Boss, so we talk to the film director Laurie Fairrie as well as Jackie's eldest daughter, Tracy Lerman. This week we had International Women in Engineering Day, so today we celebrate some of our future scientists. Three of them have just won the GSK Young Engineer and Young Scientist of the Year awards. We speak to Kaede Sugano, Saashi Ghaie and Serena Jacob.And weddings. We get the latest information about what you can and can't do if you're having a wedding soon, and we also speak to Marjorie Wallace who's just got married at 78.
LADY BOSS: THE JACKIE COLLINS STORY - Interview with Laura Fairrie, Rory Green and Tiffany Lerman [Tribeca Film Festival]
WE BOUGHT A MIC
[Tribeca] An interview with Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story director Laura Fairrie and Jackie Collins' daughters Rory Green and Tiffany Lerman. The documentary is premiering at Tribeca and chronicles the life of a writer who would go on to build an empire writing books where female agency came first. WBAM! Visit our new website at weboughtamic.net E-mail us: email@example.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. (@weboughtamic) Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review Twitter: @caldernest / @HuntMobley / @DrewDietzen Letterboxd: letterboxd.com/caldernest / letterboxd.com/hearshot / letterboxd.com/drewd--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weboughtamic/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weboughtamic/support
S1, Ep5: Diversity representation in fiction (and why Jackie Collins is awesome) with Christina Robins
In the ’Cosm
CW: Mentions of sex trafficking, relationship abuse, and child abuse Emerging Canadian author Christina Robins shares her point of view about sex work and writing a protagonist who is a sex worker in her newly released novella, Entanglements. She also explains why autistic characters are not “too much,” and how she loves reading and writing stories about women who push boundaries. Also, she shares about the influence of Jackie Collins in her [Christina’s] life!
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Are... are you actually ready for this? (We were not.) Get ready for some Jackie Collins all up in your face-parts! Lucky Santangelo is a boss businesslady who Has Sex. A whole lot happens in this book - everybody gets married six times, at least one hotel is opened, dirty deeds are done on yachts.... I honestly do not know how I could possibly describe the plot. I can tell you that if you are sensitive to literally any content whatsoever you should not read this book because it has it all. Child brides! Rape! Child rape! Gratuitous dead babies! Everybody has sex with everybody else's dad! Racism! Fat shaming! The idle rich! One of these people has so much cocaine she has to have a special cocaine panic room in her house to keep her cocaine in! So if any of that sounds like something you definitely do not want to hear about, by all means do not listen to this. If all of that sounds like something you absolutely need to hear about.... by all means, join us.
We're back after a long break with our first Jackie Collins episode, with the one and only Jessie Burton! Jessie's debut novel The Miniaturist became a global bestseller and has since been followed up with the highly feted The Muse and The Confession, along with The Restless Girls, a novel for children. Here she talks about Jackie Collins as the patron saint of Authors Who Like Nice Things, and we talk about Jackie the product versus Jackie the person. We also discuss female authors and self awareness, Lucky Santangelo as a James Bond for women, satire, sex, parenting and much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Standing Brightly In The Memory of Mum Jackie Collins
You Should Write A Book About That™
When Rory Green was eight, she realized her mother author Jackie Collins was famous. On a book tour in Australia, she experienced the paparazzi and her mother’s nightly appearances on talk shows. Raised to believe she could do anything, and knowing she too was a writer, Rory struggled with the fear of falling short in her own literary career under the shadow of such a legend. When she developed breast cancer, at the same time as her mom was dying of breast cancer, and her grandmother had died of breast cancer, she felt there was a long held trauma she would fight… and she did. Today she opens candidly about her relationship with Jackie, and her own writing career as a guide and coach. If you think YOU should write a book, head on over to A Story Inside Books, and sign up for our newsletter to learn how we help our clients write books that can achieve best seller status. www.astoryinside.com Connect with Rory: http://www.writetobeyou.com