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Calling all Nappturalites! Whether your hair is naturally kinky, curly or wavy, this show has you in mind. The Napptualite Radio Show is dedicated to the love of all things related to black natural hair care. We will discuss natural hair topics, interview natural hair specialists, give you the scoop on the best hair care products and share resources that benefit Nappturalites everywhere. Airs M-W at 3pm EST and on Thursdays at 7pm EST!
 
Shop Talk Radio features host and healthy hair stylist, Kendra Timmons, who will examine the world of hair and beauty, as well as other issues that women just love to talk about in the shop.As an expert in the subject area, Kendra interviews (live & pre-recorded) and shares her knowledge and opinions with guests and callers. Join Kendra and her guests, LIVE on Monday nights! Call in & let's talk hair!
 
Two girls from London and Essex chatting about mental health, pop culture and random shenanigans. Hosted by Vic and Jas. https://twitter.com/blackgalslivin + https://www.instagram.com/blackgalslivin/ Vic Twitter: https://twitter.com/victoriasanusi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vicsanusi/ Jas Twitter: https://twitter.com/jas_bw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jas_bw/ Holla at us using the hashtag #blackgalslivin
 
What’s the secret to the world’s glowiest skin? Why use clean, nontoxic personal-care products? (And what’s the easiest way to make the shift?) Can lasers and injectables really make a person look better? What skin-care tips and hair ideas are worthwhile? What does it mean to look and feel pretty or sexy or even beautiful? And can we—should we—try to sustain that as we get older? When it comes to beauty, there are 70 billion questions. On The Beauty Closet, the newest podcast from goop, edit ...
 
Hey there! On our podcast there's no rules to this thing. We talk about relationships, pop culture, serious hot issue topics,current events and more. Once a month we have a segment called Center Stage an artist spotlight if you will where we interview and introduce to you new artists ( singers, musicians, actors, poets and other creatives) We keep it real every week--join us and let's Kick It.
 
Let’s talk self-care. Sarah James, a lifestyle blogger and self-help aficionado, is joined by bestie Kristen Howerton, a writer and psychotherapist, as they tackle the tricky and often elusive aspects of caring for ourselves. Their weekly conversations explore questions like: Why don’t I eat the way I should? How do I get enough sleep? What aspects of my personality make self-care tricky? And what’s the best way to deal with pubic hair? From the silly to the serious, Kristen and Sarah are ta ...
 
This is the podcast for moms who don't have time for podcasts. Your to-do list is a mile long, but sometimes all you need is a quick chat with a fun friend to brighten your day. Indiana Adams has been a trusted voice on the internet for well over a decade and she knows just how demanding mom life can be. Each Monday and Friday episode of Today By The Way aims to be around 15-minutes; that's just enough time to share recommendations, to laugh about pop culture headlines, and to cheer you on a ...
 
Hey Cyber Family! It's Keia and Mama Wendy and each week, we invite you to pull up a chair to the kitchen table and chat with us on those taboo subjects that no one wants to talk about, but y'all know we do! I'll try to keep Mama Wendy's antics and shenanigans at bay and she'll ignore me, bless her sweet southern heart! Pull up a chair to the table you're always welcomed at and join in on the conversations about family, parenting, adoption, foster care, race, racism, prejudices, stereotypes, ...
 
We are more than the singular labels we or others place on ourselves. The beautiful complexities of our being affects how we see and interact with the world around us. It is the foundation of how we show up in our own purpose. Those complexities were perfectly put together to position us to have maximal impact in our actual purpose. Beautifully Complicated Podcast is a podcast that speaks to the purpose-filled entrepreneur who is more than just that. It speaks to the entrepreneur who is enga ...
 
The Geneus Life Podcast is a place to discuss plant-based wellness, conscious-living, spirituality and relationships from who better than a millennial black couples perspective. The hosts Trudy and Get have been together for 7 years and throughout that time their personalities and lifestyles have evolved to complement each other to the #couplegoals you see today. They’re here to show you that through clear intentions and mindful lifestyle shifts, anything in life is attainable.
 
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We are back with another episode featuring the lovely lads from the Made in Chafford podcast. We talk about a range of topics including whether men should wear leggings in the gym, Melissa's wardrobes instagram story on stingy men and everything in between! If you want to seek out counselling service, check this post out: www.instagram.com/p/CBIo8v…
 
Celebrating the BBC 100 Women list 2020 Kim Chakanetsa and a panel of inspirational and influential women discuss whether some changes made because of Covid-19 restrictions could be seen as positive. They answer questions about bringing communities together, supporting lonely people and increasing flexibility for more inclusive employment. Shani Dh…
 
Ozlem Cekic, one of the first Muslim women with an immigrant background to enter Danish parliament, tells us why she decided to meet up with the people who sent her racist emails. We discuss whether a new women's centre at the site of the former Holloway Women's Prison will get the go ahead. We hear from Lucy who's with Reclaim Holloway and also fr…
 
We hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving Spoilerpeeps! This week we start with ANIMALS (3:13), a drama about hard partying friends struggling to grow up. Then it's the HBO documentary THE MYSTERY OF D.B. COOPER (14:53) about the infamous plane hijacker. Next, it's PRINCESS OF THE ROW (28:05), a drama about a teen struggling to care for her homeless, ve…
 
The fourth series of The Crown currently airing on Netflix lays bare the ups and downs of the royal marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer . The drama has introduced a new generation to the Princess, her depression and struggles with the eating disorder bulimia. Jane Garvey talks to the veteran royal watcher Jennie Bond and also to Ali P…
 
The Island Social Club was created to fill the void of what was once London’s thriving Caribbean social scene. Chef, writer and co-founder Marie Mitchell explores Caribbean food and culture while creating a space for second and third generation British people of Caribbean descent to connect with their heritage. Marie talks abut food and identity an…
 
Stella Gibbons' first novel was Cold Comfort Farm. First published in 1932, it became an instant bestseller and made fun of country life. Another one of her novels called My American will be serialized on BBC Radio 4 next week. The writer Lynne Truss discusses Stella's life and work.Four years ago the largest women's prison in Western Europe, HMP H…
 
Wafa Mustafa is a Syrian refugee currently living in Berlin. Her father was arrested in Syria on July 2nd 2013 and has not been heard from since. Wafa is just one of many Syrian women, who are part of Families for Freedom, a woman-led movement searching for family members who were detained or 'disappeared' by the Syrian regime, ISIS and other armed…
 
Women have been worst hit in financial and economic terms by the pandemic so the spending review coming up this week is of particular interest this year. It’s when the chancellor sets out his big picture for the next three or four years in terms of what each government department will have to spend. This time round though Rishi Sunak will be laying…
 
Oh, Alex Trebek, what a gift you were to the world. Today I discuss my unrealized childhood dream of appearing on Jeopardy and the best thing you can use to prepare yourself for your own Jeopardy audition. I also discuss my stance on video games, where I’m buying a Nintendo Switch, and what new recipe I’m trying for Thanksgiving (Hint: it’s the mai…
 
We are back with another episode chatting about the Yassy and Not3s fiasco, Scott Disick entering Megan Barton-Hanson's DMs and Fresh prince of bel air reunion. Vic talks about experiencing insomnia due to freelancing while Jas reveals her plans to get a non surgical bum lift. If you want to seek out counselling service, check this post out: www.in…
 
The Woman’s Hour Power List reveal celebrates women from across the UK who are making a significant contribution to the health and sustainability of our planet. Number 2 on the list is environmental lawyer Farhana Yamin.Boris Johnson’s government has been criticised for its lack of women at the top table. The dramatic departure of Dominic Cummings …
 
Number 23 on this year’s Woman’s Hour Power List is Kate Humble – whose TV career spans 30 years and includes all sorts of programmes covering nature, wildlife and farming. But how important is TV in helping people actually care about the planet? Jane talks to Kate about the best way to connect people with nature, the importance of inspiring the ne…
 
Dave and Megan lead off this week with the tense possession flick THE DARK AND THE WICKED (2:43). Appropriately, the next film on the docket is LEAP OF FAITH: WILLIAM FRIEDKIN ON THE EXORCIST (17:44), a fascinating documentary about the iconic possession film. Next they talk about TIME (32:34), a poignant documentary about a woman's fight to free h…
 
Holiday Selling is Complicated - Now that we’re in the holiday season & experiencing a raging pandemic, it’s time to talk about what you can do to help stand out and sell in the marketplace. Segment 1 What’s Happening Now Holiday season 🤝 COVID-19 - how businesses and shoppers are adjusting this year Segment 2 Self Care Remember you while ramping u…
 
Young people are one of the key driving forces behind climate activism and fighting for the future of the planet. But what’s it like being on the front line? And how do young people want to change the way we think about environmental issues? Three of the women from this year’s Power List – Mya-Rose Craig, Holly Gillibrand and Mikaela Loach – talk a…
 
I'm talking adoption with my fellow adoptive mom (and adoptee herself) Jillian Lauren. We've been friends for a long time and both adopted internationally and also from foster care. We get a little misty reading parts of our memoirs about bringing our boys home, and talk through what we've learned about love (and about ourselves) from the experienc…
 
Rosamund Kissi-Debrah is number three on the Woman’s Hour Power List 2020: Our Planet. She is a tireless campaigner for cleaner air, following the tragic death of her daughter Ella from a series of severe asthma attacks. Since then she’s created powerful change from a grassroots level, influencing the Mayor of London and working with the World Heal…
 
Kay had an enlightened chitchat with Joy Cox , Ph.D about her new book 'Fat Girls in Black Bodies' Fat Girls in Black Bodies combine razor-sharp cultural commentary, scientific research, and community voices to expose the racist roots of diet culture, healthism, and the ways society erroneously conflates body size with personal responsibility *take…
 
There’s a reason most conventional toothpastes say, “Do not swallow,” says top Beverly Hills dentist Kourosh Maddahi, DDS, who blows beauty editors Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill’s minds this week on The Beauty Closet with some startling realities and expert tips for keeping your teeth healthy (and white). The mouth’s microbiome, he says, is o…
 
The idea of reaching net-zero emissions is mentioned so often, it’s easy to forget that someone came up with it. That someone is Farhana Yamin – a world-class environmental lawyer, expert in international climate negotiations and number 2 on this year’s Woman’s Hour Power List. Jane Garvey talks to Farhana about her fascinating career.She’s the fir…
 
Today Jane Garvey reveals the 30 names on this year's Woman’s Hour Power List, which celebrates women from across the UK that are making a significant contribution to the health and sustainability of our planet.Jane talks to some of the women on this year's list and hears how the judges – Lucy Siegle, Zunaira Malik, Emma Howard Boyd, Flo Headlam an…
 
On this week's episode we talk about everything from not doing your hair for Zoom calls, making pledges before every class at school and a fashion trend we don't understand. Have you got any?HOSTS:Vic @victoriasanusiJas @jas_bwLet us know who you would like to see on a future ep, as long as discussing this one, by using the hashtag #blackgalslivinA…
 
The popstar Anne-Marie is famous for songs such as 2002, Ciao adios & Clean Bandit’s Rockabye. She talks to us about lockdown and her new documentary on You Tube ‘How to Be Anne Marie. We discuss the sculpture by Maggi Hambling celebrating the ‘mother of feminism’ Mary Wollstonecraft, which went on display on Newington Green, Islington in London on…
 
This week we discuss the results of the election before the movies. We start with the 2020 Boston Jewish Film Festival at (7:32). Evan talks about the shorts, features, and documentaries he saw solo, before he and Megan dig into movies they've both seen like TAHARA (18:01), THE END OF LOVE (25:10), and SHIVA BABY (36:44). Then Megan and Dave discus…
 
The serial killer Peter Sutcliffe has died of Covid 19. He was convicted of the murders of 13 women, and the attempted murder of 7 others, in Yorkshire and the north-west of England between 1975 and 1980. Jane speaks to Joan Smith is a feminist writer and campaigner, and author of Misogynies – she was a reporter in the North of England at the time.…
 
Otegha Uwagha is a writer & commentator. Today she discusses her new essay, Whites: On Race and Other Falsehoods. She discusses, what she sees as, the ‘colossal burden’ of co-existing with white people when you are not white. A Mary Wollstonecraft inspired sculpture, created by Maggi Hambling, is causing a stir. Mary Wollstonecraft wrote the famous…
 
We talk about some of the ways we still get tripped-up by people-pleasing, and BJ gives us a meditation and some wisdom on how to deal with the collective trauma of this pandemic and election cycle.In this episode we talked about: The Cusp At-Home Hormone Test Boost Oxygen ColorCoral Stila All Day Liquid Lipstick (Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez wears it i…
 
Nyakio Grieco has hands down the glowiest skin we’ve ever seen, and on this week’s episode of the Beauty Closet podcast, the nyakio Beauty founder and CEO tells Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill about the clean ingredients from Africa that make all the difference. From the beauty secrets she got from her grandmother, a farmer in Kenya, to her exp…
 
Twenty five years ago Martin Bashir's Panorama interview with Diana Princess of Wales made headlines around the world with quotes like “ there were were three of us in this marriage so it was a bit crowded” Now questions are being asked about how the interview with her was secured , which the BBC are investigating. We hear from Rosa Monckton one of…
 
Covid 19 has been difficult for everyone but one group that’s been at the front line of fighting the pandemic is critical care nurses. There are reports of record sickness levels partly due to stress and mental health issues at the same time as new plans for how people are nursed in intensive care are introduced. Anita Rani talks to Nicki Credland …
 
The US Presidential election results with Dr. Jeanne Morefield, Senior Lecturer in political theory at the University of Birmingham, and Fellow at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, Washington, DC.A current storyline in Emmerdale is about a couple who decide to have a termination when their baby’s diagnosed with Down Syndrome. It’s a …
 
We are back with another episode chatting about snakey behaviour, TOWIE (the only way is essex) and Thorpe Park’s fright night. Jas has her first ever counselling session through work, while Vic talks about how mental health can impact your bedroom. If you want to seek out counselling service, check this post out: https://www.instagram.com/p/CBIo8v…
 
Liz Brookes looks after her husband Mike, who has had vascular dementia and Chris Black cares for his wife, Helen, who has Picks disease, or Frontotemporal dementia. How have they coped during the pandemic? We also hear from Emily Holzhausen, Director of Policy and Public Affairs from Carers UK.Has the Covid crisis helped to usher in a future of fl…
 
In April we spoke to Liz Brookes who looks after her husband Mike, who has had vascular dementia and to Chris Black who cares for his wife, Helen, who has Picks disease, or Frontal Temperal dementia. How they are getting on six months later? Emily Holzhausen, Director of Policy and Public Affairs from Carers UK joins them.For blind or partially sig…
 
After a plug for The Boston Jewish Film Festival, the episode starts with Nightstream, a collaborative event put on in part by The Boston Underground Film Festival. We talk LUCKY (5:16), PELICAN BLOOD (6:34), DARKNESS (9:00), and BLACK BEAR (11:08). Then it's films everyone saw at IFFBoston's Fall Focus this year. We talk NIGHT OF THE KINGS (15:38)…
 
We’ve just started a second lockdown in England – with other parts of the United Kingdom also going through variations of the same. But what if you’re pregnant? What’s going through your mind and what are you concerned about? As the pandemic’s gone on, we’ve heard about women being on their own for scans, deliveries and sadly, miscarriages too. And…
 
Kay invited two of her friends to the show Monifa Days and Camaryn Kimball both of which are artists i.e., actresses, writers, directors and tv host to discuss the the film Bad Hair. They touch on the humor, satire and underlining issues that were expressed in the film. If you are a brown girl there's so much related content in this film that the l…
 
The whole nation is living in a limbo of uncertainty right now about a close election with very high stakes. We are talking about how we are coping with the ambiguity, and strategies for “waiting well.” BJ gives us some wisdom on the importance of spirituality, and how to cultivate and create space for your spirituality.In this episode we also talk…
 
Maggie O’Farrell’s first picture book for children is the story of a brave little girl who is visited by her snow angel in her time of need. The idea for the book grew out of a story Maggie told her own sick child in the back of an ambulance. Why are reassuring tales so crucial for children and adults in difficult times? This US election has been d…
 
In this bonus episode, Evan chats on the phone with Ariana Cohen-Halberstam, Artistic Director of Boston Jewish Film. She reveals how the pandemic shaped this year's virtual Boston Jewish Film Festival and how her team is trying to go "beyond the screen" with classes and musical performances. She also talks about exciting filmmaker Q&As, important …
 
America goes to the polls today. It's predicted the women's vote will be key, particularly the suburban woman who came out for Trump in 2016 but 4 years on has changed her mind. We review the polls ahead of what is expected to be the biggest turn out in years. Johnny Depp has lost his libel case against the Sun newspaper over an article that called…
 
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