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Lifting the lid on freelance life. Experienced freelance journalists Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson guide you through everything you need to know about working for yourself. From where to get work, to how to get paid and everything in between. Each episode features two guests who have made freelancing a success. From film reviewers, to travel writers to bitcoin experts and current affairs broadcasters. Packed with trade secrets, top tips and amusing anecdotes this is an unmissable How To gui ...
 
Fearne Cotton talks to incredible people about life, love, loss, and everything in-between as she reveals what happiness means to them. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
What's one thing you wish you had known when you began your career? On this podcast we explore honest conversations and stories from the likes of Marketer’s, CEOs, entrepreneurs, business owners and creative individuals, breaking the mould with an insight to their success. We dive deep into their journey’s from conception to the present day, exploring how they overcame hurdles, disrupted the market and eventually discovered their own version of success. You can expect new guests every month ...
 
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In the final episode of the series we chat to Terri White the former editor of Empire magazine and Time Out New York, about her first book, Coming Undone. The book is a brutally honest and moving memoir about her breakdown in New York and how her early life experiences shaped where she is today, both professionally and personally. Terri is currentl…
 
In the latest episode we speak to photojournalists Angie Simms and Stuart Quinn about their photography work and their self-published cookbook. The Australian couple, who are currently travelling across Oz, talk about taking control of their passion project and the importance of hiring a strong team and calling in favours. The Authors Angie Simms a…
 
In this episode we speak to Polly Morland, a documentary maker turned writer, about her new book which she wrote during lockdown. The book documents the life of a GP working in a rural practice. Polly chats about the benefits of long research chats and how to maintain the anonymity of contributors when needed. Polly is a regular contributor to news…
 
In this episode we speak to the author Lucy Waterlow about the process of ghostwriting. Lucy has ghostwritten four books including Nell McAndrew’s Guide to Running plus an additional guide to running and two running memoirs. Lucy is also a freelance journalist and writes for a number of different outlets including the Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mail, …
 
Episode #12 focuses on Jonathan Mannell. He is the Director at Porsche Cars GB Ltd. Jonathan’s honesty and clarity around success was humbling and it was interesting to hear all about the luxury automotive industry from his perspective. This episode really made me think about my own success and how the path isn’t always linear. If you enjoyed this …
 
In this week's episode we speak to prolific freelance journalist Chris Stokel-Walker whose work regularly appears in WIRED, The Economist and Newsweek. Chris has written two tech-based books, and we chat with him about the importance of making your ideas relevant and timeless when switching from journalism to book writing. The author Chris Stokel-W…
 
Patience is a bit of a lost art, but it’s something that ‘Birdgirl’ Mya-Rose Craig is well practiced in. Mya-Rose is an ornithologist, an environmentalist, a diversity activist as well as a writer, speaker and broadcaster. Having been a twitcher – someone who travels to specific locations to spot birds – since she was days old, she revels in patien…
 
In our ‘Summer Reads’ podcast series, we chat with freelance journalists who have written successful books. Bringing the first episode of series eight back with a bang is Lisa Bradley, the author of two psychological thrillers – Paper Dolls and The Lesson. Lisa began her writing career in local news and subsequently worked as a freelance journalist…
 
Fearne is a Goodwill Ambassador for Mental Health and Wellbeing for The Prince’s Trust, a brilliant charity that helps people who have faced disadvantage and adversity to get their lives on track, supporting them into education, training, and jobs. In this special episode, Fearne chats to Emma-May about the role The Prince’s Trust has played in hel…
 
Who gets to decide who and what you are? Amanda de Cadenet quit the fame she’d found on British TV after being hounded by the press. She was seen through the eyes of others – journalists, photographers, and viewers – so she chose to reclaim her image by becoming a photographer herself, and reclaimed her voice by starting her own chat shows. In this…
 
Bits & Bytes podcast is back for a brand new season! Hosted by your favourite Jean Yoon & Sam Chan from Launch, season 2 will yet again bring in guests ranging from serial entrepreneurs to first-time interns to really spill the beans on what it's really like to work within a startup while going through Jean’s unique food challenges! The first episo…
 
We have a very special bonus episode of the podcast this week. We sat down with award-winning freelance journalist and writer Saima Mir to discuss the paperback launch of her fantastic novel, The Khan, which is currently Waterstones Book of the Month. We talked about diversity in publishing, the writing process and what journalistic experience she …
 
I had the honour of sitting down with the CEO of Sky Betting & Gaming, Steve Birch. Discovering the successful insights from the market leader in the betting and gaming world. Steve was happy to answer all my deep questions around success and how culture and a positive work environment is the essence of a successful and happy company. I hope you fi…
 
In this episode, we talk about how to get funding for a project with Amanda Nunn, a freelance broadcast journalist and co-founder of the Off the Record newsletter and Warren Nettleford, an ITN television presenter and reporter and co-founder of Need to Know, the UK’s first youth news service built purely for the digital generation. Amanda Nunn Twit…
 
Rugby player Jonny Wilkinson was once driven by a quest for perfection, and an obsession with becoming the best player in the world. Now though, he’s learning to be content with who he is in the present. In this chat, Jonny and Fearne explore the idea that sometimes our own imagination is what’s limiting our idea of success before we’ve even begun,…
 
In this episode we talk about side hustles, should you have one and how do you explore your interests alongside your freelance journalism work? We speak to Dean Sterling Jones, a chef from Northern Ireland, who works as a freelance journalist when he’s not cooking, and Waseem Mirza, a sci-tech journalist and presenter who is also a screen actor and…
 
In this episode, we ask whether you need shorthand as a freelance journalist. We talk to Marc Shoffman, a journalist and podcaster, and Rachel Charlton-Dailey, a health and disability journalist, about the pros and cons of shorthand, when it can be useful, as well as considering alternatives tools. Marc Shoffman Twitter: @marcshoffman Instagram: in…
 
We’ve been encouraged to suppress our intuition, to look to others for answers instead of trusting that we already have the answers within ourselves. Spiritual guide and teacher Giselle La Pompe Moore is determined to help us return to our authentic selves. In this chat, Fearne and Giselle share their belief that spirituality isn’t an elite club th…
 
Alex and I had a profound conversation about his Marketing journey from his time at university, to being an early adopter of Social Chain to now being the Marketing Director at Wiser. Chatting about culture, growth and how young marketers and graduates can set themselves up for the future. This episode has lots of hidden gems and if you didn’t alre…
 
In this episode, we talk about pensions and savings, and how we should all be thinking about saving for the future. We talk to Brendon Maton an experienced freelance journalist who writes about investing and savings and Hannah Smith, a freelance financial journalist specialising in investment management and personal finance, about the best options …
 
In this episode we talk about photography, how to get into photojournalism and how it works when you are both writing and taking photos for features. Joining us we have Craig Stennett an experienced photojournalist who specialises in political and social change and Nori Jemil, a freelance photographer, writer and videographer who has worked for Nat…
 
I had the pleasure of sitting down at the Wavemaker UK offices in London with James Wilde. James is the Head of New Business at Wavemaker and was happy to chat to me about his role and how he started out in the marketing & business space. Wavemaker is the second largest media agency network in the world with clients such as Vodafone, Tiffany and Br…
 
Why can it feel more difficult to talk about mental health with the people you’re related to? In this Mother’s Day special of Happy Place, Fearne and her mum Lin explore their shared ancestry, wondering how much of who they are and what they feel is down to nature, and how much is nurture. In this chat, Fearne hears about her maternal grandmother, …
 
For 17 years Björn Natthiko Lindeblad lived in Thailand’s jungle as a forest monk. He learnt how calm can encourage clarity of thought, that he preferred walking meditation to sitting, and that freedom can come from not being bound to material possessions. At the time of recording, Björn was very ill; he had ALS, a progressive nervous system diseas…
 
It’s often the case that fear is running the show. Dr Pippa Grange says it’s not always obvious that you’re afraid – you might be more familiar with the kind of fear you feel in the moment, like taking a driving test or giving a presentation – but it can in fact sneakily manifest as the chronic fear of not being good enough, and of being rejected. …
 
Sit back and enjoy this 66minutes of truly first-class advice from Bradley Jensen himself. Bradley from Jensen & Jensen tells us his story of starting out in Leeds at University and working in agencies and his path to start-ups and his business today. Bradley and Myles successfully run their own Consulting, Design / Media and Marketing business by …
 
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