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Ever wish you lived in a bygone era? Then get ready to have your dreams of nostalgia crushed! Join three sassy ladies as they highlight the awful parts of world history that we’ve forgotten - or tried to forget. You may be feeling down about the present, but from plagues and pox to wars and witch trials, we can assure you that everything always sucked. 'Everything Always Sucked' is a history-comedy podcast and is NSFW.
 
Director Dexter Fletcher (Wild Bill) and Jane Horrocks (Little Voice, Trollied) discuss their new film. A jubilant and heartwarming film that follows two young couples as they face the future and search for their own place in the world. An uplifting film about live, love & family, Sunshine on Leith features the euphoric music of The Proclaimers. Moderated by Kevin Hughes at the Apple Store Regent Street in London.
 
In the age of the internet, drunk shopping has become infinitely easier, and the stories of what we buy in our uninhibited moments are, all-at-once, funny, interesting, and revealing. In Drunk Me, Alyson talks to others about their drunk shopping purchases.
 
After years as a heavy metal guitarist, Guy Seidel’s craving for the stage transferred into comedy. Always the “funny one” in the band, his transition was natural and has since won the Indi.com Comedy Blitz, became a finalist in The Rocky Mountain Laugh Off, and performed in The World Series of Comedy. Guy is a regular on The Freak Show With Mick & Allen, performed at The Hollywood Improv, The Parlor on Melrose, Toured nationally, working with such comics as Dave Attell, Christopher Titus, J ...
 
Putting the spotlight on female founders in their teens, twenties and thirties who have dared to go solo and launch their own businesses in the UK, the She can. She did. podcast delves into the honest reality of what goes on behind the scenes (sans the sugar coating!) to launch, run and grow successful businesses as a young, female founder in the UK today. Throughout each episode, Fi, the 27-year-old Founder of She can. She did. (that's me, hello!) sits down to chat to female business owners ...
 
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Jools and Jim log on to Zoom for a remote catch-up with Griff Rhys Jones, who transports them off the road and onto the water. More accustomed to sailing the seas than classic cars, the comedian and broadcaster recalls childhood holidays spent on his father’s hand-built boat, as well as problems with pronunciation while filming Three Men in a Boat …
 
This week Jools and Jim take a spin with veteran musician, composer and producer Nitin Sawnhey, taking comfort in living “the brochure-style life”. Jools quizzes Nitin on his early career writing and performing comedy, and they discuss arachnophobia, meeting world leaders and riding an elephant. The Ivor Novello Lifetime Achievement award recipient…
 
In this episode, Jools and Jim are joined by actress and comedian Sally Phillips as the three take to the skies to revel in the glamorous golden age of executive air travel. Co-creator and writer of seminal sketch comedy show Smack the Pony, Sally shares stories of a childhood spent driving through the desert listening to The Goon Show; and Jim and…
 
Now is the time to start preparing for April, May 2021 and beyond. Listen in as Howie & Mark divulge what's coming and how to turn a slowdown into a fantastic opportunity. Your hygiene schedule will be empty. Now what do you do? Where are you going to put new patients? How to grow your way out of the Covid downturn. Turning the looming dip, into a …
 
This week Jools and Jim take a ride with lyricist, musician and Squeeze frontman Chris Difford. The Grammy-nominated and twice Ivor Novello winning songwriter recalls Jim calling bingo for Squeeze at the Royal Albert Hall, and Jools thinks back to a rather novel ashtray in Chris’ teenage bedroom. Friends for close to half a century, Chris and Jools…
 
Little Voice legend Jane Horrocks locks her bike up outside and joins Jools and Jim for a chat. The Olivier, BAFTA and Golden Globe nominated actress and singer reminisces over singing on the hills of Lancashire and flying on Concorde, and she tells Jim and Jools about her “slow but angry” approach to the road. Jim recounts hitchhiking to the Isle …
 
In this week’s episode, Jools and Jim are joined by comedian and second half of Vic and Bob, Bob Mortimer. The three take a look back on the rules of their short-lived “Gentleman’s Motorcycle Club”, plus Jim and Bob recall having a gun pulled on them on a doomed motorcycling trip in California. We learn about Bob's early life as a dustbin man, and …
 
Put on your seatbelt, check your mirrors and join Jools Holland and Jim Moir for their new podcast – Joyride! Be it by car, train, plane or boat, each week they take a trip with a special showbiz guest: sharing stories, revelations and memories on this tribute to transport. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
If you're thinking about launching your own fashion label and/or any creative product-based business for that matter, this interview with Sarah Birchall, Founder of Cub & Pudding is well worth a listen. Having spent ten years working as a PA for the Head of a bank in the City, a chance encounter with a life coach forced Sarah to revaluate her caree…
 
Dawn Porter is an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose work has appeared on HBO, PBS, Discovery, and Netflix among others. She has had two feature documentaries premiere this year — John Lewis: Good Trouble and The Way I See It. Good Trouble explores late Congressman John Lewis’ pivotal role in the Civil Rights movement and decades of politica…
 
I can safely say that this week's guest is one of the most genuine and kind women that I've had the pleasure of getting to know over the past couple of years. The lady in question is Kat Horrocks, the make-up artist turned life coach that I met for the first time when I took the She can. She did. Midweek Mingles up to Manchester in 2018, who empowe…
 
I know I shouldn't have favourites but bloody hell this was a good chat! A few weeks back, I got to sit down and natter (over Zoom of course) with the Brighton-based Queen of Self care that is Donna Hay - a woman that I've known and admired since very early on in She can. She did.'s story who happens to be the Founder of WILDWOMAN, the UK’s first n…
 
Blaqbase is the shopping app Founded by Benedicta Banga, that supports black owned businesses in the UK by bringing high quality black owned products together and allowing customers to buy them via Blaqbase directly. Having launched on black pound day in June and gained extensive press coverage from the likes of Stylist, Marie Claire, Sky News and …
 
It's hard enough launching a business in your home country as it is but add language and cultural barriers into the mix and as I'm sure you'll soon hear, it becomes a whole lot tougher... I know you shouldn't judge a book by its cover but I knew from the moment I saw DAYE's branding that there would be a seriously savvy Founder behind it ... and 26…
 
A few weeks back, I sat down for a chat with the breathe of fresh air that is Kaew Suppamas, Founder of the (v. cool) terranium company that is Leafage. Via their DIY kits and team building workshops, together with her team, Kaew is on a mission to help us all connect with nature and importantly, live in the moment... which let's face it, sounds li…
 
Happy Halloween, friends! Buckle up because on this episode we explore aspects of the Satanic Panic, including the origins of Satan, recovered memories, and law enforcement. Featuring special guest, Barrett Wilbert Weed. Instagram | @everythingalwayssucked Twitter | @EASpodcast Facebook | @everythingalwayssucked…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: Please note that we speak about Anna and Co-Founder Billie's shared history of sexual assault at various points throughout this conversation. I'm inspired by every single woman that I've interviewed on this podcast but there are some stories that definitely stand out and this episode with Anna Hushlak is one of them. As the Co-Foun…
 
If you, like me, get abnormal amounts of pleasure from roaming the aisles of Homesense and dreaming about designing your ideal home (just me!?) this week's guests are right up your street! Why? Because they're the incredibly talented duo behind Wells and Maguire - the high end interior design studio covering London, Wales and the South of England t…
 
This week, the spotlight falls on Sukhi Jutla, Co-Founder of the"uber for the gold and diamond industry" that is MarketOrders - an award-winning B2B platform that she launched four years ago, that enables independent retail jewellers to buy gold and diamond jewellery directly, securely and seamlessly from international suppliers, using blockchain t…
 
On today’s episode I sit down with the team behind the hit Netflix documentary, and one of my personal favorite films of the year, My Octopus Teacher. Co-directors Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed, as well as cinematographer Roger Horrocks, take us behind the scenes and under the water to reveal how they crafted this incredibly moving story about a fil…
 
It's not everyday that you hear of Great British athletes trading gruelling training regimes in for the world of app design and entrepreneurship but that's what Kike Oniwinde did when she left the world of javelin behind and launched BYP Network in 2016 - A platform that empowers black professionals around the world to connect with each other and g…
 
After a brief hiatus as we got the She can. She did. Benefits Programme off the ground, I am so happy to be reunited with my headphones and mic and interviewing some of the UK's most inspiring female founders once again! I have no doubt that a lot of you will already be aware of today's guest and the incredible work that she does to enhance the vis…
 
Jeff Orlowski is the director of the newly released Netflix documentary, The Social Dilemma, which explores the dangerous human impact of social networking, with tech experts sounding the alarm on their own creations. He also served as director, producer, and cinematographer of the Sundance Award-Winning and Oscar short listed films, Chasing Ice an…
 
Now is the time to start preparing for October - failure to do so will leave you caught off guard and scrambling. Many of you know that when it comes to dental practice management it is vital that you continuously look ahead. Listen in as Howie & Mark discuss what you need to do now to be ready. Podcast Highlights: A Chasm Looms Ahead Where Should …
 
Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss are co-directors of the newly released documentary, Boys State, which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and was awarded the Grand Jury Prize. The film, which is now streaming on Apple TV+, is a political coming-of-age story, examining the health of American democracy through an unusual experiment: a thousand…
 
This week, I got to chat to a lady that has played a huge part in She can. She did.'s story to date because she happens to have photographed every single one of the twenty She can. She did. - Midweek Mingles since they launched in 2018... and has done a bloody good job doing so too! I first came Chloe in early 2018 when an email popped into my inbo…
 
As the We can. We will. series came to an end in May, I received a personal email from today's guest sharing her story with me and knew straight away that I wanted her to feature on this series. Not just because she launched her business aged 24 nine and a half years ago and together with her two co-founders, has grown a team of over 100 employees …
 
It's not everyday that Hollywood reach out and ask if a certain Hollywood A-lister can drink your product in an upcoming movie but that's what happened a few weeks ago to this week's guest..! *cue the excitement* The lady in question being Ellie Webb; the Bristol-based Founder of Caleño, the non-alcoholic spirit that aims to bring joy to non-drinki…
 
Tayo Amos is a director and filmmaker from the Bay Area now currently living in Los Angeles. After double majoring at Stanford, Tayo went on to earn her MFA in Film Production at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, where she focused on Directing. She is the winner of USC’s First Look Faculty Award for Excellence in Directing, and her thesis film, “On T…
 
I was due to interview this week's guest on the panel at Brighton's Midweek Mingle back in March but the coronavirus came along and we all know what happened thereafter... SO, I asked her to talk to me on here instead because the foodie in me wanted to hear her story in full! The lady in question is Lerato Umah-Shaylor, Founder of the Eastbourne-ba…
 
A few weeks back, I had the pleasure of chatting to Lauren Armes over Zoom for this week's episode who happens to be the ever so amicable Founder of the industry-leading wellness platform that is Welltodo - a company with global reach that she launched five years ago (with a logo designed in Microsoft Paint by Lauren herself I should add!) that now…
 
My guest today is Devin Concannon, who was one of 4 editors on ESPN’s mega-hit 10 part documentary series, The Last Dance. The Last Dance revolves around the career of Michael Jordan, with a particular focus on his last season with the Chicago Bulls. The project itself is a beast of an endeavor.. we’re talking 10 episodes, over 100 interviews, and …
 
I first met today's guest at the very first She can. She did. - Midweek Mingle back in April 2018 and have followed her story somewhat enthusiastically ever since! (So much so that I hounded her about coming on this podcast at one of the Midweek Mingles last year and she politely asked that I ask again in a few months' time so she could - rightly s…
 
This week on Out Takes, we celebrated the launch of the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival looking at two films that showcase the quality cinema featuring in this years virtual festival. First up is ‘Keyboard Fantasies – the Beverly Glenn Copeland Story’, a fascinating look at Glen’s life, his journey as a trans elder and his music that has been r…
 
This week, I got to chat to the creative genius behind By Chenai that is Chenai Bukutu who I first came across a few weeks ago when she, along with Mako Ndoro of Berry & Brie, created a series on Instagram that went live on Black Out Tuesday that aimed to amplify the voices and experiences of black creatives within the wedding industry. As a UK-bas…
 
In this Out Takes retrospective, we look back at our coverage of how the COVID19 public health crisis has effected our local film and cinema industries. We revisit exclusive Out Takes interviews with Cinema Nova CEO Kristian Connelly, Director of the Sydney Film Festival, Nashen Moodley, ABC Director of Entertainment and Specialist Programming, Mic…
 
Anyone that has been to any of the She can. She did. - Midweek Mingles knows my love for anything gin-related and when the Founders of said gin brands are LOVELY alongside that, my job gets a whole lot more fun! With that in mind, I can safely say that this is one of my favourite interviews to date. Back in January, I paid a visit to Liz's home in …
 
Having met Lucy a number of times at many of the London She can. She did. - Midweek Mingles, it was so good to finally sit down for a proper chat with her last Monday morning and hear her story in full for this episode! Not only is hospitality notorious for its unsociable hours and physically demanding nature (which often gets overlooked when peopl…
 
This week on Out Takes, as protesters take to streets across the globe demanding an end to racism, we looked at the ways in which race relations, rebellion and resistance are addressed in queer cinema. In particular, we spoke with Herbert Peck about his award winning documentary, I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, which paints an incendiary portrait of James Bal…
 
To set the scene for today's episode, back in January I bulk recorded the last few weekly episodes of series two which were due to go out throughout the course of March but when the coronavirus came along and I launched the We can. We will. series in response, the last few episodes were put on pause for a while. This episode with Amy Rushworth bein…
 
If you came to the last Midweek Mingle roadshow of the year in 2019, you will know how good today's guest's hair products are because the BOUCLÈME (pronounced "Boo-clem") hair oil was hiding in the goody bags for us all and it's still one of my favourite goody bag treats that we've been lucky enough to receive to date! If you haven't heard of BOUCL…
 
I'd say series 4 is back with a bang ladies but let's face it, series 3 only wrapped up a month ago... I think we all know that might sound a tad OTT! Instead, I'll say that I love recording these interviews too much to wait months on end for a dramatic return so here we are, primed and ready to go with an episode that will go down as one of my fav…
 
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