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This is the podcast for anyone who feels out of synch. Journalist and Author Nell Frizzell talks to some of her favourite people about The Panic Years - the period between carelessness and matching crockery, between your friends passing out on the dancefloor and those same people becoming parents; The time when we all start wondering when did everything got so serious? It talks about the big stuff, in a way that will make you feel better.
 
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This week I spoke to the children’s author, illustrator and writer Laura Dockrill. Her book, What Have I Done covers her experience of post-partum psychosis, feeling suicidal and, eventually, getting well. We discuss all of these things in the episode so it carries a trigger warning: mentions of suicide, psychosis and mental illness. You can follow…
 
This week I spoke to the comedian and actor, Tiffany Stevenson about work, love and being a stepmother. You can follow Tiffany on Twitter at @TiffanyStevenson https://twitter.com/tiffstevenson and on Instagram at @tiffstevensoncomic https://www.instagram.com/tiffstevensoncomic/?hl=en I also interviewed the psychologist and founder of Happy Steps, L…
 
This week I spoke to the writer and events doyenne, Rose Stokes about love, lockdown, self-esteem and bad break ups. You can follow Rose on Twitter at @RoseStokes https://twitter.com/RoseStokes and on Instagram at @rosestokes https://www.instagram.com/rosestokes/?hl=en I also interviewed the relationship counsellor Simone Bose. You can follow Simon…
 
This week Nell spoke to Journalist, Film Critic and writer, Caspar Salmon. Caspar spoke to Nell about changing careers, self belief, coming out and representation in the media. Caspar's website is: https://casparsalmon.com/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/CasparSalmon Nell also spoke to Clinical Psychologist Dr Sophie Mort, who unpicked some of the dif…
 
This week I spoke to the comedian, actor, writer and star of Ghosts and Stath Lets Flats, Katy Wix. Katy has just published a phenomenal memoir called Delicacy which, as she puts it, is all about cake and death. It’s funny and wry and brutal and sad. In the book, Katy covers quite a bit of her panic years, from the crap jobs to the unhappy sex, mov…
 
This week I spoke to the writer, Miranda Ward. Miranda's book Adrift: Field Notes From Early Motherhood covers the five years Miranda spent trying to get, and stay, pregnant. It's a funny, poignant, clever and thoughtful book, which tackles the seldom discussed topic of "almost motherhood." Find Miranda on Twitter at @MirandaWardC https://twitter.c…
 
This week I had the huge pleasure of speaking to the comedy writer, performer, broadcaster and Welsh speaker, Sian Harries. You may know her work from Man Down, The Froth, The Tourist Trap, she’s written for Never Mind the Buzzcocks and The News Quiz, she co-hosted the Rhod Gilbert show on Radio Wales. She’s done it all. Sian and I spoke about marr…
 
This week I was lucky enough to speak to the comedian, actor, screenwriter, activist and mother, Josie Long. I was desperate to get Josie on the podcast because, from Love and Adventure to Cara Josephine, to Something Better to Tender, Josie’s shows have been the very mirror to my Panic Years. We spoke about work, love, break ups, bringing chaos in…
 
This week I spoke to the journalist, film maker and dad who gave birth, Freddy McConnell. While we both carried our children, both gave birth in pools and both write about the experience, as a queer parent, Freddy has taught me loads about the panic years that I may never have understood on my own. I loved talking to him about being a single dad, g…
 
This week I spoke to journalist, writer, social media editor and South London amazonian, Kat Brown. During our chat, we talked about grieving for children that never were, timelines that didn't happen and what it’s like when IVF proves unsuccessful. You can follow Kat on Twitter at @KatBrown https://twitter.com/katbrown and on Instagram at @katbrow…
 
Hello! This week I spoke to the the comedian, actor, writer and all round beautiful man, Rob Delaney. You can watch Rob’s stand up special Jackie here https://800pgr.lnk.to/robTW and if by some miracle you don’t already follow him on social media he is on Twitter at @robdelaney and on Instagram at @robdelaney https://www.instagram.com/robdelaney/?h…
 
Hello! This week I spoke to the author and award-winning journalist Saima Mir. Saima has written the most incredible first novel, The Khan, which is out on the first of April. Buy it here: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-khan/saima-mir/9780861541416 She has also written brilliantly about her life, past relationships, faith and family. She has …
 
Hello! This week I spoke to the author, podcaster and journalist Pandora Sykes. I was thrilled to interview Pandora all about the flattened female identity of motherhood; how we generalise, lump together and dismiss mothers into one homogenous group and how that impacts everyone either thinking about having a baby or who has become a parent. Pandor…
 
This week I had a lovely time talking to the writer, screenwriter, editor, broadcaster and all-round force for good, Nikesh Shukla. Nikesh edited the best-selling essay collection The Good Immigrant, has since co-founded The Good Journal and The Good Literary Agency and is the host of the Brown Baby podcast. He has also written a beautiful book - p…
 
This week I had the huge pleasure of speaking to the comedian, writer, author and broadcaster Sara Pascoe. We talked weddings: why we hate them, why people keep having them, how to cope when you're at them and why Sara got married without even having one. I have been a fan and admirer of Sara for years. God she’s good. Her books Animal and Sex, Pow…
 
This week I spoke to the brilliant writer, broadcaster and author, Daisy Buchanan from her home in Margate. We discussed everything from Daisy's decision to be child free to the emotional intensity of supermarkets, love, guilt, pride, family and her apparently insatiable appetite for lamb. As well as a funny, honest and open woman, Daisy is also an…
 
This is the podcast for anyone who feels out of synch. Journalist and Author Nell Frizzell talks to some of her favourite people about The Panic Years - the period between carelessness and matching crockery, between your friends passing out on the dancefloor and those same people becoming parents; The time when we all start wondering when did every…
 
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