This week I speak to Joshua - a trainee hand surgeon with a passion for calling out 'Nutri-bollocks'. We discuss his own weight-loss journey as well as how he is using his platform to try and help others avoid the many 'untruths', as he calls them, surrounding diet and exercise on social media.
In this weeks episode I speak to athlete, singer, presenter, law undergrad, and old friend Jazmin Sawyers. We compare and contrast our industries as well as questioning the role of race and structural racism and why more women don't play sport. https://sawyersstudio.bigcartel.com
I am so happy to be back for a new season of Adulting! In this week's episode I speak to Cambell Kennyford (@cambellxo) - who you may have seen on Channel 4's 'Gender Quake' - about growing up, transitioning, and what it means to be trans-gender in today's world. I do hope you enjoy - as always please do rate, review and subscribe as it helps other people to find the podcast! Oenone x
This week I speak to one half of the independent's @millennial_love podcast, and also one of my best friends of over 10 years; about dating, female sexuality, how family relationships effect romantic relationships and lots more. I hope you enjoy- as always please do rate, review and subscribe!
In this weeks episode I speak to Rhiannon Lambert, who is a registered associate nutritionist, about eating disorders, disordered eating, social media and lots more. Please do reach out to a doctor or registered healthcare professional if you are suffering in any of the ways we discussed xxx
This week I speak to Yogi, Content Creator & Ebook author @jessicaolie. We talk about insecurities, jealousy, going through adversity and learning to accept yourself. I loved this chat and I hope you guys do too! Please do rate, review and subscribe as it helps other people to find the podcast xxx
This week I speak to Doris & Valerie, both lesbian refugees from Cameroon where homosexuality is still illegal and they wish to be able to live freely as themselves much like we do. I hope you enjoy x Say it Loud Club website http://www.sayitloudclub.co.uk/ Help Refugees website http://www.helprefugees.org/. Sign up to their mailing list for information about the issues affecting refugees across Europe and the Middle East and for lots of accessible ways that anyone can help. If there's an issue and you'd like to let your MP know that his / her constituents care about this, in this case the fact that 3/4 of claims for asylum on the grounds of sexuality were rejected by the Home Office between 2015 and 2017 you can find your MP's details on this website https://www.writetothem.com/.
This week I speak to author and journalist Sophia Money-Coutts (@sophiamcoutts) about her new novel 'The Plus One'. We discuss everything from sex to imposter syndrome! Hope you enjoy! https://sophiamoneycoutts.com
This week I speak to poet Charly Cox (@charlycox1), all about body image, sexual empowerment, growing up from girlhood to womanhood and all the bits in between. I really loved this discussion and I hope you do too! As always please rate, review & subscribe to help others find the podcast!
SO PLEASED TO BE BACK FOR SEASON 2! Thank you so much for your patience, I hope its worth the wait! I loved chatting to Henry, he's not only incredibly inspiring he's also super lols! You can find Henry on social media @henryfraser0. Please do rate, review subscribe and let me know what you think! http://www.disabilitynewsservice.com/ http://www.transportforall.org.uk/
The last episode in series 1, and I think it might be my favourite. @Shona_vertue is an incredible personal trainer, yoga teacher, author but above all an incredible human. We delve into the world of privilege, race, feminism and much more- and how making yourself aware of these issues is imperative as a part of truly growing up. I hope you enjoy x
This episode is just me- as my guest was unfortunately unwell, however I did enjoy rambling on my own. Books and words are so special and important to me in so many ways and I wanted to share some books that have really impacted my life and how I face this world as an adult.
Everything I Know About Love - Dolly Alderton
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine- Gail Honeyman
Animal- Sarah Pascoe
Sapiens- Yuval Noah Harari
Homo Deus- Yuval Noah Harari
The Big Little Things- Henry Fraser
Why I'm No Longer Talking To White People About Race- Reni Eddo- Lodge
In this episode I talk to journalist and author Lucy Vine. We discuss sex, relationships and being single. We could not stop laughing and this is actually only about half of what we recorded because of the aforementioned.... I really hope you enjoy it.
In this episode I interview Kalpana- personal finance editor at Hearst magazines and consumer editor at Prima, Red and Good Housekeeping. We discuss gendered finance issues in the media, the importance of pensions, the gender pay gap and much much much more! I am so sorry for the sound quality on this episode I had to do lots of witchery on it to make it work- I hope you don't mind!
In this episode I chat with Anita @gynaegeek, who is a gynaecologist and we discuss all things women's health from PCOS to fertility. We also try to combat lots of the taboos and misinformation that prevent us from understanding ourselves from the inside out, such as the fact that what we call a 'vagina' is actually a 'vulva'- whoda thunk it.