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Millionaire Muslim by islamicfinanceguru.com is a podcast designed for ambitious Muslims. We discuss halal investments, personal finance, entrepreneurship and ways that will kickstart you to being the best version of yourself! We also give you a spiritual kick with regular business/finance-focused Qur'an tafseer sessions.
 
Need a weekly dose of career inspiration, smart talk and badass advice? Then join the Badass Women's Hour trio and their brilliant guests as they cover life, love and living plus everything in-between. Presented by Harriet Minter (Journalist and Broadcaster) with co-hosts Natalie Campbell (Social Entrepreneur) and Emma Sexton (Creative Entrepreneur). Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: @BadassWomensHR #BAWH www.badasswomenshour.com
 
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This week Harriet speaks to Alexandra Wilson about what life is like for her as a female black barrister working in the British justice system and how she is continuously seen as the defendant in court and not the barrister. Plus, Dolly Alderton and Harriet chat about her new novel ‘Ghosts’ along with dating in the 21st century and the ghosting phe…
 
This week Harriet discusses life through lockdown, dealing with grief and parenting with Dawn O’Porter, in line with her new book ‘Life in Pieces’ based on blogposts she wrote during lockdown. Plus Alvin Hall chats about his new podcast Driving the green book. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswo…
 
This week Harriet discusses Black History Month and is joined by Djamila Boothman, deputy head teacher at Woodside High School to talk about why Black, Asian and Minority ethnic authors have been sidelined from the curriculum. Dotun Abebayo, host of 400 years of taking the knee to talk about the inspiring resistance heroes who have fort for black f…
 
This week Harriet is joined by Parth Patel to discuss how new Lockdown rules are still harming people from Black, Asian and Minority ethnic communities, at a higher rate than white communities and what the Government need to do about it. Plus Dr Angelina Osborne introduces 100 great black Britons. While Tina Wilson shares her new dating app that le…
 
This week Harriet speaks to author of A Dutiful Son, Mohsin Zaidi about how his family adapted to him being a gay muslim man. Sarah Akwisombe joins to discuss how we can manifest our way to more money and gives us tips on how to have a better relationship with money. Plus Mary Wilson, Paralympian hopefully, talks about the struggles of being an ath…
 
This week Harriet speaks to journalist and author of Man Down, Matt Rudd and looks at the trials and tribulations that middle aged men face. Plus Everyday sexism founder Laura Bates discusses the frightening area of the internet that she discovered during her research, that hate women. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials …
 
This week Harriet talks about falsely being accused of sexual assault with Yusuf Salaam and joins Ibi Zoboi to discuss what life is like being a young black man in America. Radio legend Annie Nightingale shares her story of 50 years on the frontline of music, how to find passion in your job and why she will never stop listening to the new. Finally …
 
Qardus is a very exciting new startup that provides halal financing for SME Businesses. If you are a business looking for financing you can apply here: https://www.islamicfinanceguru.com/sharia-compliant-sme-finance/ If you are an investor looking to invest in fixed income you can sign up to Qardus here: https://islamicfinanceguru.typeform.com/to/F…
 
This week Harriet talks about the reality of being a fat black woman in the UK with Stephanie Yeboah, Kelechi Okafor brilliantly describes the reality behind Megan the Stallion’s recent claims of domestic violence and Kavita Puri tells the stories of partition. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badassw…
 
How do you go from bomb disposal to the Love island Villa? And what can men add the happy vagina conversation? Joining Harriet this week is Camila Thurlow who we all know from Love Island however, did you know she left a job as a bomb disposal expert to find fame in the love island villa but soon found herself educating the other islanders on femin…
 
This week Harriet talks about mental health and social media with Matt Haig, she has a conversation about education around menopause with Nina Kuypers, plus she discusses why our UK criminal justice system needs radical reform with Temi Mwale. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshr and for mo…
 
This week Harriet talks about going back to the office and anonymity for domestic violence victims with broadcaster Nicola Thorpe, plus she meets author ‘Badly behaved women, a story of modern feminism’, Anne Marie Crowhurst and Harriet learn about childlessness and how we talk about it with Pooky Quensel. Lastly Harriet speaks to author Caroline O…
 
This week Harriet talks to Rachel Edwards about her new column in The Times and life as a black woman in the countryside, plus Rachael Rowe, investigative journalist, joins to talk about his experience of being wrong convicted along with discussing his new programme looking into life in the worlds most toughest prisons. Lastly Harriet speaks to aut…
 
This week Harriet talks about grime star, Wiley’s anti-semitic rant on social media with freelance journalist Sandy Rashty, plus Farrah Storr, editor and chief at Elle magazine, joins to talk about the social mobility campaign they are running. Lastly Harriet speaks to trans gender couple, Hannah and Jake Graf about what life is like becoming paren…
 
This week Harriet is joined by Terri White, talking about her new memoire, a look at what it is like to come from an impoverished, abusive background, make it all the way to the big city and then realise you're not that happy. Plus, broading legend, Jenny Murray talks about weight, weight loss and whether or not you can be fat and happy. Harriet al…
 
This week Harriet is joined by the opinion dividing Cherie Blair talking about what it is like to have a husband in politics. She chats to Lesley Gilchrist about the #Powertotheperineum movement and why women should be better educated about this before giving birth along with chatting to Rive Gallo about what date life is like when you’re intersex.…
 
This week Harriet is reunited with Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton as they discuss what they have been doing during the Lockdown, Black Lives Matter and why we are so keen to understand words. Plus Lucy Beresford joins the ladies to talk about why you and your other half may want to have an open relationship. If you want to get in touch you can fi…
 
This week Harriet speaks to Ayesha Hazarika MBE, the Scottish broadcaster, tabloid journalist, political commentator and former political adviser to senior Labour Party politicians, about how the increased consumption of News and Politics may be affecting our mental health. Along with this they also discuss how the political parties have worked tog…
 
In this episode which was aired as a YouTube Live, we interview Sufyan Ismail - businessman-turned-philanthropist. Sufyan started life out at Deloitte before going on to start his own business. Sufyan then stopped working on his business before 40 in order to found MEND - an organisation aimed at helping Muslims to get into media and politics. A fa…
 
This week Harriet speaks to Diane Allen, a former lieutenant in the army, talking about what it is like to actually be a women in the armed forces. Former footballer, Jason Brown, explains why taking the knee is not enough for the Premier League to really show their commitment to stamping out racism. Harriet asks Mary Ann-Stephenson, Director of Wo…
 
Harriet speaks to Layla Saad, author of ‘Me and White Supremacy’ about how we can all better understand the Black Live Matter movement along with the subject of white supremacy. She also discusses how companies can better support their POC employees with Sheehan Daniel, founder of HR Rewired. Then Harriet dives into the subject of female empowermen…
 
In this episode which was aired as a YouTube Live, we interview Sufyan Ismail - businessman-turned-philanthropist. Sufyan started life out at Deloitte before going on to start his own business. Sufyan then stopped working on his business before 40 in order to found MEND - an organisation aimed at helping Muslims to get into media and politics. A fa…
 
Should we be protesting during Covid-19? Harriet talks to lawyer Paula Rhone-Adrien about the Black Lives Matter campaign and protests along with how we talk to our children about racism. She holds MP Laura Farris, and the Conservative party to account over their forthcoming domestic abuse bill, to ask does it go far enough and as a party are they …
 
Black Lives Matter. Harriet explores why this is a message that needs to be heard, learnt and acted upon. Harriet opens this week's podcast in reference to Keedron Bryant's Video "I Just Want To Live" which you can find here. Joining Harriet to have this extremely important conversation following the death of George Flyod is Martha Awojobi and pres…
 
Why has is taken a global pandemic for us to address the lack of attention paid to minority groups and women in health-care and medical testing? Harriet talks to Rosie Duffield MP how spoke up at PMQ about the lack of women fronting the Coronavirus briefings, why so far, are we only seeing men deliver the daily information? Rosie thinks this is una…
 
Harriet’s first guest is Anneliese Dodds, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer. The pair discuss the governments plan for “reopening” our society including children returning to school and Anneliese’s views on this. Harriet questions Anneliese on being the first female shadow chancellor of the ex checker, the changes she has seen with women in parlia…
 
It's deeper than a few nice instagram quotes, Harriet looks at positive psychology as a powerful tool to help during lockdown. Harriet talks to Ruth Cooper Dickson a Positive Psychology Practitioner and founder of Champs Wellbeing Consultants, about the real in's and out's of what positive psychology is and how it aids our mental health and overall…
 
Usman Khan grew up in East London from an ordinary Muslim family. But from those humble beginnings he went on to found 3 different highly successful data companies that raised money from A-list investors and counted most of the mainstream investment banks and fund managers as its clientele. He talks of how he first got into entrepreneurship, how he…
 
Harriet and Natalie shine a bit of light on loneliness and why dating during lockdown might not be the best idea! Author and Podcaster from Baggage Reclaim Natalie Lue joins Harriet to talk emotions and relationships during the current lockdown restrictions, how to deal with feeling of loneliness and why they may be arising in the first place. They…
 
It's okay you really can swerve that run 5k nomination..... Harriet's second guest of this new look badass woman's hour podcast is Personal Trainer Ban Has. She delivers a bit of health and fitness realness, the ladies have an honest and open chat about the impact that lockdown can have on both our physical and mental health, there's no "should's" …
 
Two experts on home working discus the reality that is working through a pandemic. Joining Harriet this week is Anna Codrea-Rado and Tiffany Philippou the two hosts from the "Is This Working" Podcast, Tiffany Philippou, a writer and Anna a journalist, both specialising in working life are the perfect pair to share some advice on how to adjust worki…
 
Brining a bit of light and laughter into your podcast feed as Harriet look's back over some of the best badass women of 2019. This week Harriet is providing some light and of course badass relief in amongst all of the current Covid-19 content, by delving back into the badass woman’s hour back catalogue to share some highlights from the past four ye…
 
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