Podcast Description: We get life advice from women worth listening to. Sharing the pivotal moments that made them who they are today, our special guests tell us the best advice they’ve ever been given… and the worst.
Podcast Description: We get life advice from women worth listening to. Sharing the pivotal moments that made them who they are today, our special guests tell us the best advice they’ve ever been given… and the worst.
(The podcast formerly known as The Debrief Podcast) Your guidebook to being a fully functioning adult without screaming all the time. Each week, Stevie Martin and Tessa Coates tackle life's big, small, fun and sometimes scary questions with the help of experts and special guests because we're all in this together, guys. So nobody panic. Produced by Plosive Productions. Photos by Marco Vittur, jingle by David Dobson.
Rank #1: How To Move To A New City.
Got wanderlust? We got loads of tips from people who've moved to new cities to work out exactly how to do it without moving back home immediately. Also Tessa drops some truth bombs about Jafar. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: How to cope when your friends move on .
This week Stevie and Tessa are joined by author, podcaster and all round brilliant egg Dolly Alderton to talk about friends and housemates moving on to pastures new and how to cope with being left behind. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A podcast from The Independent focusing on everything to do with sexuality, relationships, identity and more.
Rank #1: #20 Dolly Alderton joins us to discuss dating in your 20s, female friendships and her new book.
This week on Millennial Love we are thrilled to be joined by former dating columnist, podcaster and author Dolly Alderton. As well as picking Dolly's brains about how she wrote her new book 'Everything I Know About Love', we discuss how to cope when your friends get into new relationships and you're suddenly less of a priority. It's a familiar struggle for many of us.We also delve into our psyches and explore the idea of craving attention from the opposite sex whilst simultaneously fearing intimacy. How does it come about? And what can we do about the predicament?Finally, Dolly explains how, after years of entertaining escapades with men, she's ultimately learned that she is enough. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: #48 Crushes: The excitement and pain of fancying someone.
Contrary to what popular culture would have us believe, having a crush is not limited to our teenage years: it's exciting, it's annoying and it very much still happens as an adult.This week on Millennial Love, Rachel and Olivia are joined by comedian, TV presenter and podcaster James Barr to discuss our crushes past and present (both human and of the plant variety). How can you tell someone has a crush on you? And what should you do when you're crushing on someone?Follow us on Instagram to stay up-to-date! https://www.instagram.com/millennial_love For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Interesting, inspiring, original conversations with women we love* about people, politics, fashion, food and more. *(and men, and non-binary people)We’re positive and honest online allies, providing content specifically made by us, for listeners like you.~ Stay in the loop, join The Pool ~Sign up to receive our daily email of exclusive stories and get access to our scrapbook, to save and record your favourite items http://bit.ly/signupthepool
Rank #1: Design A Life You Love For 2019 – Episode 4 Focus.
Every morning this week Selina and Vicki from Project Love guide you through some practical tips to create a 2019 that works for you. Step four is to find your focus
Rank #2: Design A Life You Love For 2019 – Episode 3 Dream.
Every morning this week Selina and Vicki from Project Love guide you through some practical tips to create a 2019 that works for you – and step three is to dream
Welcome to Desert Island Dishes, the weekly podcast where chef Margie Nomura talks to a special guest about the dishes that have shaped their lives.Here you will find conversations with a whole range of different people discussing their 7 Desert Island Dishes. We will find out about their favourite childhood dishes, the dishes they eat the most often, and the dishes that mean the most to them. And of course we will also discover what their last dish would be before being cast off to the desert island.
Rank #1: Ben Ebbrell: Co founder and Head Chef at SORTED food.
My guest today is Ben Ebbrell Ben is one quarter of the youtube cooking sensation that is sorted food. Sorted food are the world’s most influential social media cooking brand and have over 1.6 million YouTube subscribers and 11 million views a month. They have been dubbed the inbetweeners of food. Chef Ben is passionate about food and all the possibilities it offers. He is the trained chef of the group – having studied Culinary Arts Management at Birmingham University. Ben has cooked for the likes of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Gary Barlow…and even the Queen! Desert island dish: lobster mac and cheese **Luxury item: pack of cards Hope you enjoy this one! And thank you so much for listening. Come and find me on instagram @madebymargie and for the recipes go to www.desertislanddishes.co x
Rank #2: Niomi Smart: Youtube Sensation, lifestyle blogger and author of Eat Smart.
My guest today is Naomi Smart Niomi is a lifestyle blogger and Youtube sensation who aims to help her audience to look, live and feel better. Niomi has garnered a very impressive audience of more than 1.7 million followers on her YouTube channel and 1.8 million followers on her Instagram. She inspired millions of youtube videos with her popular video series ‘What I Eat In A Day’ which in turn inspired Niomi to write her own recipe book ‘Eat Smart’, which was released in September 2016 and which is packed full of plant-based recipes. Desert island dish: Starter: chocolate and beetroot cake Main: Mauritian red curry Luxury item: a puppy Best cookbook: the Happy Pear cookbook Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and do come and say on Instagram @madebymargie And most importantly, thank you for listening! Margie x
Maya Jama hosts this podcast about work, life, sex, and boobs. Featuring all-female guests, the panel talk pay rises, love stories, and the quarter life crisis in this second 6-part series, brought to you by Freya Lingerie.
Rank #1: S01 Episode Seven - The Friendship Breakup.
Keep your friends close, keep your frenemies closer. Maya welcomes Anna Richardson, Billie JD Porter and Gemma Styles to discuss how friendships are built and broken in this penultimate episode of the series.
Rank #2: S01 Episode Two - The Best Career Advice You've Ever Had.
Maya chats to Gemma Cairney, Katie Piper and Alex Brownsell about the best career advice they've ever had. Listen in as they cover work highs and lows, pulling sickies and the salary gap.
Jules Von Hep and Sarah Powell, the pair behind the highly successful Jules and Sarah the Podcast, bring you a brand new podcast series all about happiness and body confidence. Through excellent guests and honest, fun chat they are here to remind you, it’s ok not to be ok. In association with Isle of Paradise. @julesvonhep@thissarahpowell@theisleofparadise
Rank #1: Wobble with Lorna Luxe.
Wobble, a podcast about happiness and body confidence. Because we ALL Wobble.In this week’s episode, Jules Von Hep and Sarah Powell talk to fashion blogger and instagram megastar, Lorna Luxe. Lorna talks about what it’s really like to have over half a million followers and how she deals with the pressures, the nasty comments and the science behind posting. She also talks openly and honestly about her personal struggles with eating disorders, her journey to find self acceptance and how she grew her business from her rock bottom.In association with Isle of Paradise. ***For information and help about eating disorders please go to Beat, the UK’s Eating Disorder CharityFor information about all kinds of mental health then please visit Mind, the mental health charity For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Wobble with Katie Jane Hughes.
Presented by Jules Von Hep and Sarah PowellOn this episode of Wobble Jules is in the New York tanning tent speaking to superstar make up artist Katie Jane Hughes. Katie left school at 16 to pursue her creativity and after working as a manicurist she started to build her life as a make up artist. She has done make up for an incredible portfolio of celebrities and photographers as well as building a huge following on her instagram page. In this very honest chat she reveals her own personal struggles with anxiety and how it affects her day to day.***For information about all kinds of mental health then please visit Mind, the mental health charityIn association with Isle of Paradise. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this podcast series, author and journalist Dolly Alderton will be talking to guests about their most defining relationships: the passion, heartbreak, longing, familiarity and fondness that have formed who they are.The podcast is being released to tie-in with Dolly Alderton’s debut book, Everything I Know About Love which is out now in paperback with a brand new chapter: Everything I Know At Thirty.Dolly Alderton is an award winning journalist and bestselling author. She has a column in the Sunday Times and has written for publications including the Daily Telegraph, GQ, Marie Claire, Red and Grazia. She is the co-host of The High Low Show, a weekly pop culture and current affairs podcast, with Pandora Sykes and also writes for television.
Rank #1: Love Stories with Vanessa Kirby.
Episode 1 of Love Stories with Dolly Alderton.In this new podcast series, author and journalist Dolly Alderton will be talking to guests about their most defining relationships: the passion, heartbreak, longing, familiarity and fondness that have formed who they are.In this first episode, Dolly talks to the actress Vanessa Kirby, who is currently wooing the nation with her portrayal of a young Princess Margaret in acclaimed Netflix series The Crown.
Rank #2: Love Stories with Marian Keyes.
In this podcast series, author and journalist Dolly Alderton talks to guests about their most defining relationships: the passion, heartbreak, longing, familiarity and fondness that have formed who they are.Dolly's guest this week is the writer Marian Keyes.
SheerLuxe.com is an online magazine featuring news, views and edits on all things relevant and desirable for the modern woman. Tune into the bi-weekly Highlights podcast to hear the SL team delve deeper into the stories that have everyone talking, from fashion and beauty to culture and lifestyle. Plus, don't miss SheerLuxe Success Stories (also bi-weekly), a series of exclusive interviews with the UK’s most inspiring female entrepreneurs.
Rank #1: SheerLuxe Success Stories: Anine Bing.
Founder of her eponymous, internationally renowned label, Anine Bing is a regular source of inspiration with her chic-meets-rock-chick style and boss-lady attitude. Here, she tells us how she created her empire and became one of the fashion elite…Chances are, even if you’re not into fashion, you’re familiar with Anine Bing’s clothes. Whether it’s a lace camisole on Kendall Jenner or the studded ankle boots Gigi Hadid lived in over 2017, the Danish native’s designs have become synonymous with cool, it-girl style.So what was the catalyst to her creating her ever popular brand, and what are her goals for the business in the future? From business investments to the importance of Instagram, we discover all in Anine’s episode of Success Story. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: SheerLuxe Success Stories: Amber Venz Box, Founder Of LIKEtoKNOW.it & rewardStyle.
It was a decision to monitise her fashion blog that allowed Amber Venz Box to leave her former career as a personal shopper, but she soon come to discover she’d started something of a tech revolution. Frustrated that her blog was generating sales for retailers, but not for her, Venz Box and her then-boyfriend (now-husband) Baxter Box launched rewardStyle; a monetisation solution for retailers and content creators.From a one-woman operation in 2011, her business has grown into a global network of 16,000 influencers, generating £1b USD in sales for its 4,000 retail partners and over half a million brands. A true force to be reckoned with, Venz Box has ranked on the Business of Fashion 500 power list, Forbes' 30 Under 30, and been named Glamour’s ‘Woman of the Year’ for technology. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
A weekly recap of the hit ITV show, Love Island, from a fan and her friends (spoiler; this isn't the one with last year's winner, sorry). Each week we'll chat through our favourite bits of the show, who we're loving and hating, the deep life lessons we've learned from it that week (just who should pay for dinner? can you actually have good sex while holding down four corners of a duvet? what is the correct way to ride an inflatable swan?) and our hopes and dreams for the couples (that they all make enough from flogging protein shakes on Instagram to buy their very own villa). Join us on a Monday morning as we get under the covers with the our favourite summer reality show, Love Island.
Rank #1: Finale: But Are They Funny? with Lucy Vine and Pandora Sykes.
Harriet Minter sees off the Love Island Finale with fellow writers Lucy Vine & Pandora Sykes (and some wine). Time to put Love Island 2018 to bed. And let's face it: Babes - you got to the end of the season! Well done.You now have a new vocabulary for your relationships (mugs and pies feature), an attitude to dating you never thought you'd have and you can't deny that (even though you know it's wrong) there is now something niggling: could you be happier? Is Wes right after all?It's been an 8 week course in human relationships, with Harriet and her guests by your side to intellectually unpick the shenanigans in the Love Island Villa. Quite frankly you should get a CPD certificate for going factor 50 thick, all the way.Harriet writes and broadcasts and you can find her here... always: @HarrietMinterOr for the "long-read": http://harrietminter.comLucy Vine is on twitter here: @LecvAnd Pandora Sykes can be found here: http://www.pandorasykes.com/And thank you for listening to this series. It's been a blast getting your feedback and comments over twitter, instagram and through the reviews. Same time next year yeh? Love from Harriet xx For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Week 8: Is Alex a VIP Incel? with Alexandra Heaminsley.
It's all sex, lies and videotape this week in the Love Island Villa. That might be as it seems, but if you are still telling people it's a fascinating depiction of human nature, you are listening to the right podcast.This week Harriet Minter (journalist and feminist) welcomes fellow journalist and author Alexandra Heminsley to dissect the shenanigans of a bunch of 20 somethings trying to get it on in the most intense dating exercise ever.Of course, it's more complicated than that as this week Harriet and Alexandra realise that you don't really want to know the results of a lie detector test even though you think you do. Alexandra rants about Alex and Alexandra at an epic scale. And Harriet just wants more Danny Dyer.Harriet writes and broadcasts and you can find her here... always: @HarrietMinterOr for the "long-read": http://harrietminter.comAnd you can find out more about Alexandra Heaminsley cos she is awesome here http://www.alexandraheminsley.com/Check out her new Judy Murray book and everything. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Get It Off Your Breasts is a female-led roundtable discussion with a difference. Hosted by Emma Gannon and Lliana Bird, this weekly podcast features unfiltered conversations, tackling a diverse mix of modern day issues that get under the skin of an always-on hyper-connected society. Produced by Shola Aleje
Rank #1: #2 Dawn O'Porter on celeb-shaming (plus money guilt & genderisation of clothing).
In this exclusive episode we talk to bestselling author Dawn O'Porter about her thoughts on celebrity-shaming (why do we blame celebrities for *so* many things?). We also discuss money guilt (is it OK to make money doing something you love?) and the genderisation of kids' clothing and toys. We hope you enjoy this second episode of our brand new roundtable podcast Get It Off Your Breasts and please remember to rate and review us on iTunes. See you next week! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: #3 Shappi Khorsandi on the stigma of being single (plus "sharenting" and celeb break-ups).
In this exclusive episode we talk to hilarious comedian Shappi Khorsandi about the stigma of single life (why are people so shocked when you actively chose to be single as woman?) We also discuss "sharenting" (i.e. oversharing pics of your kids) and why people are obsessed with celebrity break-ups. We hope you enjoy this third episode of our roundtable podcast Get It Off Your Breasts and please remember to rate and review us on iTunes. See you next week! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The team who brought you Glamour’s Hey, It’s OK... proudly present Is It Just Me? Each week Jo Elvin, James Williams and a celebrity guest debate the funniest, weirdest and most pressing dilemmas: from social media to mental health, to, erm… bra washing. Are you alone in your strong opinions on trivial stuff? Tune in and find out!
Rank #1: 8. Caroline Flack, Proposals, Saying No & Money.
Jo is joined in the podcupboard by TV and radio presenter (and Strictly winner) Caroline Flack, and GLAMOUR's Associate Editor James Williams.This week they discuss OTT proposals - is it ok to just go low-key, or do you need to have an Instagrammable moment? - the bliss of turning things down, and how to do this politely; and careers and money. How far do you pursue your passion before bills become a priority? Oh, and that time Caroline and Olly Murs found Justin Bieber had left his pants behind in the X Factor dressing room. Sure.Music by Martin Austwick and edited by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Tanya Burr, Twitter, Scaring Yourself & Bath Hatred.
Jo and James are joined by an old friend this week in the shape of the actress and social media powerhouse Tanya Burr. Tanya tells all about auditions, going for it, and taking to the stage in the Southwark Playhouse’s production of Confidence.Plus, a lovely IIJM listener email from Nigeria, and is it just Jo who’s had enough of Twitter? Is it just Tanya who loves to scare herself? And is it just James who absolutely hates baths? (Weird, James. Baths are great.)This week's episode was edited by Kat Brown, with music by Martin Austwick. Confidence is at the Southwark Playhouse, London, from May 23.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your IIJM's on firstname.lastname@example.org, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | @katbrown | @TanyaBurr and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | @katbrown82 | @TanyaBurrAnd thank you for listening! We'd love it if you rated and reviewed us on iTunes as it helps other people to find our show. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Voted one of the Top 10 Podcasts of 2019 by Harpers Bazaar, Outspoken Beauty is the UK's most honest, straight talking beauty podcast featuring interviews with an array of celebrities, experts and influencers in the beauty/wellbeing industry. Hosted by beauty editor and broadcaster Nicola Bonn. Expect fierce debate, candidness and the very best product recommendations.
Rank #1: Social Media: PixiWoo.
This episode is all about the relationship between social media and beauty. Over a recent number of years many beauty brands have launched via social media, their results being unexpectedly brilliant, with some brands practically becoming overnight success stories.As Pixiwoo are one of the biggest social media/beauty success stories in the world, it was only right that one half of the amazing duo - Sam Chapman join us to chat all things Social Media, from her and sister's personal journey to global social media domination, to the effect that it has had on their lives. As ever, Rachel and Nicola give some top-notch recommendations, this time from some of the biggest social media led beauty brands.Remember you can follow Outspoken Beauty:Twitter: OutspokeBeautInstagram: OutspokenBeautyPodcastWebsite: http://www.outspokenbeauty.co.uk
Rank #2: Dr Sam Bunting: Ultimate Skincare Tips.
Top dermatologist Dr Sam Bunting is such a fountain of knowledge and I couldn't wait to get her back in the studio for more skincare know how.In this episode we cover changing up our skincare as the seasons change, adult acne, collagen drinks, microbiome and Epigenetics. Sam has got it all covered!!If you have any questions following the episode give me a DM via my Instagram @OutspokenBeautyNicola. Dr Sam can be found @drsambunting and you can buy her fabulous skincare collection via drsambunting.com. I love the sunscreen and moisturiser in particular.
A weekly podcast from Liv Purvis (What Olivia Did) and Charlotte Jacklin (Betty) aka out of touch early grandma's (wishing they had their own radio show), navigating their way through millennial life, and laughing a lot in between.
Rank #1: Episode 37: A Belated HNY and a lot of Telly Talk .
We’re back! We took a longer break than planned over Christmas and the New Year but are now ready to go. This week we have a unofficial guest, our friend Carrie (Wish Wish Wish), which we think adds rather a nice dimension to our real life girls night when we recorded. We talk about A LOT of TV, last count was 15 different shows and films...it’s safe to say we’ve been been making the most of the hibernation season. We discuss everything from Mary Poppins Returns, Torvil & Dean and then question the latest Ted Bundy Netflix offering and question whether a platform should be given to the same people and crimes. Liv watches Charlotte’s favourite film, and Liv shares her TV guilty pleasure (Flirty Dancing anyone?!) Telly Talk Brooklyn 99Sex education The Fyre Festival Luther Torvil and Dean Grace and Frankie The Good Place Flirty Dancing Mary Poppins Returns The Favourite The Lobster Beautiful Boy BlackkklansmanThe Green Book Almost FamousCarrie’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wishwishwish/Carrie’s Blog: http://wishwishwish.net/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: #24 Being Your Own Best Friend (Live Recording) .
This episode of The Fringe Of It is brought to you by Origins, and was recorded in front of a live audience at The Hoxton, Holborn on Wednesday 8th of August. Liv took Charlotte to see Mamma Mia 2 kicking and screaming, but what did she think of it? Also Autumn Winter dressing is on the horizon and we discuss the finer (and the jumbo) details of our favourite cord suits. The discussion this week is all about being 'Your Own Best Friend'. As we started the podcast on the note of friendship, we thought the season finale should look at ways that you can be your own cheerleader, and there are lots of helpful tips from the audience. We'd like to thank you for all your support over the past four months, we really love every single one of you for making it what it is. As always join in the fun in the Facebook group, and we'll be back in your ears on the 10th of September for season two. In the meantime Origins are kindly offering all The Fringe Of It listeners an exclusive 15% off discount code to use at Origins.co.uk. Enter the code FRINGE15 at the checkout for 15% off any Origins product with a minimum spend of £15. Offer valid from 08/08/2018 until 05/09/18 at 11.59pm. P.S. I (Charlotte) promise to add in show links later! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Journalist Madeleine Spencer is joined by a guest to reflect on the challenges and triumphs they've faced throughout their lives, and to touch on the beauty memories and rituals - if any - that have played a role or had resonance.
Rank #1: Caroline Hirons.
Beauty industry insider, facialist, and brand expert Caroline Hirons commands a huge audience across her various platforms thanks to her reputation as a forthright, honest, and reliable skincare expert.To give you an idea of scale, at the time of the episode going live, Caroline has 270 thousand instagram followers, 180 thousand youtube subscribers, and 76 thousand twitter followers.In this episode, we talk about Caroline’s childhood, her work ethic and experiences in the beauty industry, the mindsets that have steered her safely through internet fame, and, of course, we talk skincare.Beauty Full Lives is hosted by Madeleine Spencer, produced by Charlie Jones, and with artwork by Sung Lee. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Mary Greenwell.
Make-up artist Mary Greenwell is a beauty industry legend who's made up some quite extraordinary people, including Cate Blanchett, Diana, Princess of Wales, Jessica Chastain, Cindy Crawford, Meghan Markle, Amanda Seyfried, Christy Turlington, and Margaret Thatcher.But the thing that really distinguishes Mary's work from that of other make-up artists is not who she's made up, but rather how very memorable the end effect is. Think of those '80s supermodels sporting smoky eyes and honeyed skin, and you're invariably thinking of Greenwell's work. She famously transformed Princess Diana in the '90s, when she and Sam McKnight modernised Diana's look. And who could forget Meghan Markle's cover turn on Vanity Fair, freckles out, eyes rimmed with softly-smudged kohl?Mary's influence doesn't stop with the people she's made up, though - she was assisted by and was therefore integral in developing the skills of make-up artists like Lisa Eldridge and Charlotte Tilbury, and has advised countless brands on how their products should look and feel.On this episode, I was very keen for Mary to tell us some of her stories from both from her stellar career and perhaps one or two that might offer some insight into how a young girl from West Sussex who, by her own admission, was a 'little hippy' came to be one of the most revered women in the beauty industry. Mary kindly indulged my curiosity, and I hope you'll find the tale of her journey to being a working make-up artist as riveting as I did, as well as, of course, enjoying her recollections of working with some of the most celebrated people in the world, and paying heed to her tips on make-up (those of you who aren't fans of brushes will no doubt delight in her views on them).Here are the products Mary mentions:- Lanvin Arpege Eau de Parfum- Iles Formula Luxury Haircare- Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat- Yves Saint Laurent Number 19 Lipstick- Calvin Klein Original Fragrance- Sisley Eau de Soir Eau de Parfum- MAC Face & Body- Elizabeth Arden Smoky Eyes Powder Pencil- Nicola Clarke at Nicola Clarke at John Frieda- Joel Goncalves at Nicola Clarke at John FriedaBeauty Full Lives is hosted by Madeleine Spencer, produced by Charlie Jones, and with artwork by Sung Lee. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Constantly living in your overdraft? Occasionally still drunk texting your second most recent ex? Haven't quite worked out how to build that BILLY bookcase you bought last month? The Debrief podcast is here to help you navigate your 20s, one life crisis at a time. We haven't got it all figured out either, but each week Stevie and Tessa will be taking advice from experts, grown-ups who've been there and you, The Debrief reader. If the thought of becoming a proper adult fills you with dread, then fear not - we've got this.
Rank #1: How To Network.
This week, Stevie and Tessa have lots of thoughts on why the term networking should be banned, how to chat at careers events, and how you can even network your little socks off in social situations
Rank #2: How To Be Single.
Being single can be great - but it can also sometimes be hard. This week Stevie and Tessa are talking about how to do it right.