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Best Cokie podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Cokie podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Author and political commentator Cokie Roberts discusses her new book Capital Dames, The Civil War and the Women of Washington, 1848-1868, which explores the lives of the women of Washington D.C. during the upheaval of the Civil War. Roberts has previously written about the vital female contributions to the nation's early years in her New York Times bestselling books Founding Mothers and Ladies of Liberty.
 
Have you ever had a 3-day weekend and thought, “Wow, I’d like to do this all the time?” If so, then this is for you. I help entrepreneurs and business owners Make More Money… In Less Time… Doing What They Do Best… to create an abundant sustainable 4-day work week lifestyle so they can enjoy their family, friends and lives outside of work. It took me 7 years to go from employee to entrepreneur… and another 15 to consistently work an abundant 4-day work week lifestyle. There’s a good chance I ...
 
Listen as we interview innovators, leaders, changemakers, thought-leaders and entrepreneurs with Soul. Come with us as we discover what keeps them inspired, the lessons learned and how they managed to stay on top of their game & enjoy long-term success. Walk away with how to implement these practical insights and have a positive impact on your business & life! Find out more at http://methriving.com
 
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This week on Loves Labours Watched we’re chatting all about How to Build a Girl, the new movie adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s 2014 novel of the same name. We speak to director Coky Giedroyc, who brought the book to the big screen with a vivacious energy that matches the bighearted performance of Beanie Feldstein as protagonist Johanna Morrigan. Coky…
 
Caitlin Moran and Coky Giedroyc give exclusive interviews about their new film How To Build A Girl, a coming-of-age tale of rock n roll and reinvention amid the male-dominated music press of the 1990s.The film is based on the Moran's girlhood in working-class Wolverhampton. Like her heroine Johanna (played by Booksmart star Beanie Feldstein), Moran…
 
Are you Suffering from Lifestyle Deficit Disorder (LDD)? DISCOVER THE CURE! – Are you stressed, exhausted, overworked, and undervalued? – Are your friends and family only getting your leftovers? – Have you lost sight of your passion and what brings you joy? – Are you an entrepreneur and you’ve lost sight of why you went into business in the first p…
 
Are you a bit miserable? Do you feel as though you’re failing? As though you’ve missed the life you could have had. Because most grown-up women are finding themselves living in a total shit show. But – as we always say – if we’re not in it together, we’re not in it at all. So, it’s very exciting that just before we fully surrender to our nervous br…
 
Many people dream of multi-million dollar success and all that comes with it. A small group gets to experience it. Some thrive, some crash and burn, and a rare few thrive… then crash and burn… then rise again better than they were before. Don is one of the rare few. I hope you fully enjoy and soak up his message.…
 
This week our guest is sunshine in man form. Jules Von Hep has worked in the tanning industry for over 10 years, bronzing up Hollywood’s finest, getting models golden backstage at fashion week, always on and off TV sets, including Strictly and The X Factor – you name it, he’s seen them naked and at their most vulnerable. So it’s no surprise that he…
 
Rachel Griffiths (Muriel's Wedding, Six Feet Under) and Ruth Madeley (Years and Years) give exclusive interviews about their work in this special uncut version of our latest video show on the BFI YouTube.Actor Ruth Madeley talks to Anna about Diversity In Ability and her latest film, Verisimilitude, in which she plays a wheelchair user training an …
 
This week on Loves Labours Watched we speak to memoirist Tamsin Calidas, author of I Am An Island, an account of Tamsin's fraught yet transformative move from London to an unnamed Scottish island. Tamsin speaks to LLW about the process of memoir-writing, wild-swimming and her belief in the importance of living cohesively with the natural world.Late…
 
On this episode I speak with Tom Delonge, frontman of Angels & Airwaves, founder of To The Stars Academy Of Arts & Science and former guitarist and singer of Blink 182. We discuss the new AVA single 'All Thats Left Is Love' and the making of the bands forthcoming album during the pandemic. We also discuss the work TTSA is doing with regard tobringi…
 
An uplifting summer camp doc and a hard-hitting death row drama are explored in a special episode with Birds’ Eye View.Our first guest is Chinonye Chukwu, writer director of Sundance Grand Jury Prizewinner Clemency. It follows the story of prison warden Bernadine Williams - played by Alfre Woodard - who is forced to confront the psychological impac…
 
How can we be together, apart? Facilitator, strategic adviser and author Priya Parker talks to Viv Groskop about the art of gathering and why it matters. They explore the value of a proper introduction, the crime of apologising for speaking, and why so much of a successful event has been determined before it even begins. Oh, and why being a "chill …
 
We all have a super weird relationship with food, don’t we? Well, this week we’ve got a rosé-drinking, no-nonsense nutritional therapist, the wonderful Eve Kalinik on the line. With her realistic approach to gut health and food fads, she talks sugar, gluten, caffeine - all the big guns - and what the perfect poo should look like. It’s a gut ‘un……
 
This episode is a deep dive into the hit show Little Fires Everywhere. Based on the novel by Celeste Ng, it’s the gripping story of artist Mia (Kerry Washington), who upsets the suburban life of controlling mother Elena (Reese Witherspoon). US journalist Valerie Complex and British broadcaster Rhianna Dhillon join Anna to explore the show’s themes …
 
Is your skin too thick? Feminist, activist and founding leader of the Women's Equality Party Sophie Walker talks to Viv Groskop about coping with hostility and the value of being thin-skinned. She talks pacing, breathing, how fitness will help you rouse the rabble, how young women will inspire you - and why amid all the shouting you must remember t…
 
This week we talk to the brilliant columnist, satirist and broadcaster Hugo Rifkind about the rubbish new normal - from the threat of 'space weather' to Donald Trump sex dreams, via our old friend Brexit (remember him?) and our even older friend impostor syndrome. P.S. This week’s episode is sponsored by the fun-fact-filled magazine, The Week Junio…
 
This week Emily chats to presenter, actor and comic Mel Giedroyc and her director sister Coky Giedroyc. They talk about their respective dogs, Mel’s successful TV partnership with Sue Perkins and their decision to leave Bake Off, and Coky’s new film adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s How To Build A Girl released via Amazon. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
This week we have a real, live female film director here. The magnificent Coky Giedroyc is known as the queen of costume drama: she’s made Wuthering Heights, Oliver Twist, The Virgin Queen, all with Tom Hardy coughs. Also Harlots and The Hour to name but a few… Her latest film is How to Build A Girl, an adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s book, which lan…
 
It’s Pride season! And we’re bringing you a packed Pride special. Actress and vocal LGBTQ+ advocate Bella Thorne joins Anna to talk pansexuality, love and support in the queer community, and the power of social media to make real social change. She also unpacks her starring role in Bonnie & Clyde-style crime thriller Infamous, as well as quirky col…
 
This week we talk to a proper beauty expert, the delightful Emma Guns, about everything from our terrible toes to our terrible hair, via stretch marks and beards. P.S. This was recorded remotely so please forgive us if it’s a bit rough and mad. Here are all her top tip products... Boots Foot File https://bit.ly/3euumWD Philips Lumea https://amzn.to…
 
Young Irish actor Lola Petticrew (A Bump Along The Way) joins Anna to chat about her new comedy Dating Amber, directed by David Freyne. She plays Amber, a lesbian schoolgirl who pretends to date Eddie (Fionn O'Shea - Normal People) so the pair can pose as straight. As Eddie struggles with his sexual identity, he and Amber grow closer. Lola talks fr…
 
Are you not "a natural"? Director Coky Giedroyc talks to Viv Groskop about building the long road to self belief, the power of lowering your voice, why she's fierce with young directors - and why it's time for men to step aside. Coky's latest film, How to Build a Girl, based on the novel by Caitlin Moran, is out now. Viv's books, including How to O…
 
This week we connect with author Brit Bennett, whose second novel The Vanishing Half has shot to the top of the New York Times bestsellers chart and is causing a buzz across the literary world. We talk to Brit about how she tackled themes of race, discrimination, gender, performance and identity.Later, we talk about Mrs Dalloway, which Helena's rea…
 
Isobel Waller-Bridge talks about living and working with her sister, Phoebe, in the second of our special episodes with Scala Radio. The composer talks about life in lockdown, Fleabag, Vita and Virginia and composing electronic scores for period film and TV.She’s joined by Anne Nikitin, who scored the award-winning film American Animals. The two co…
 
This week we had the pleasure of chatting to journalist Gavanndra Hodge, author of new memoir The Consequences of Love, about the sudden death of her younger sister and its impact on her family. We talked about grief, memoir-writing and what it was like for Gavanndra growing up as the child of addicts.We also bring back our bi-weekly book segment. …
 
This episode features extended, uncut interviews from the latest Girls On Film YouTube show with the British Film Institute.Actor Monica Dolan chats about her leading role in Days of the Bagnold Summer, and about collaborating with writers and directors in films including Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa and The Falling.She explores three of her favourit…
 
This week on Loves Labours Watched we connect with acclaimed author Curtis Sittenfeld. You may have read Curtis' bestselling 2008 novel American Wife, which imagines the life of a fictionalised American First Lady who shares many biographical similarities with Laura Bush. Or perhaps you devoured her wry collection of short stories, You Think it, I'…
 
Host Anna Smith is joined by trailblazing Oscar-winner Anne Dudley and BAFTA Breakthrough Brit Nainita Desai. They talk about their careers as film composers, in the first of two episodes partnered with Scala Radio. Anne and Nainita discuss the details and challenges of this offscreen role, and share their stories of breaking into the film scoring …
 
This week we are deranged with joy to welcome our very dear friend Gavanndra Hodge to the podcast. Her new book, The Consequences of Love, is about love, addiction, trauma, parties, grief and the eventual understanding that, if we are brave enough to look at long ago loss, we can change our lives. Listen to her. Then read the book. Trust us x…
 
Empire film critic Helen O'Hara and broadcaster Wendy Lloyd take a deep dive into Greta Gerwig's Little Women in this uplifting episode celebrating the joys of the award-winning classic.Along with host Anna Smith, they take a look at the themes, the performances and the enduring feminist message, examining Gerwig's clever use of structure and time.…
 
Welcome back to Loves Labours Watched! This week we were delighted to speak to Lenny Abrahamson, Oscar-nominated director of the 2015 movie Room and the filmmaker behind hit BBC/Hulu show Normal People, based on the bestselling novel by Sally Rooney. We chat to Lenny about adapting the novel for screen, reflecting the novel's intimacy and interiori…
 
Inspired by real-life stories, The Assistant is a day in the life of a young woman(Julia Garner) who’s working for a powerful film producer. Writer-director Kitty Green joins host Anna Smith for an in-depth interview about power dynamics in the workplace, and making this film in the wake of the Weinstein scandal. Kitty also offers advice for filmma…
 
This week on Loves Labours Watched we welcome back author Beth O’Leary! Our first repeat guest, Beth last chatted to us back in May 2019 about her debut novel The Flatshare, a super heartwarming and gorgeously told story about the power of connection. The Flatshare became an international hit and now Beth’s back this spring with The Switch, a vivac…
 
Director Carol Morley joins Anna Smith to talk about her #FridayFilmClub, the weekly watch party uniting film fans during lockdown. She shares heartwarming stories about the way it’s brought cinema lovers together, and explains how gender and diversity inform her film choices. She also gives an update on her upcoming films and tells how she discove…
 
Would you like clarity about the novel coronavirus and the global pandemic that has many of us isolating at home? Join us for the Facts, some Fun and the Future of vaccines. In today's episode, we'll talk about truths behind vaccines and the pandemic. We'll be speaking with a world-leading Dr. Manuel Elkin Patarroyo, who developed the first chemica…
 
Film critic Hanna Flint is joined by her mother, former MP Caroline Flint, to discuss Little Women - the book and the film. The pair chat with host Anna Smith about their personal relationship with Louisa May Alcott’s novel and Greta Gerwig’s adaptation, and the story’s relevance to modern day feminism.In our latest Isolation Pod, Hanna and Carolin…
 
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