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The Black Mums Upfront Podcast is a weekly podcast fronted by Carina White, Natalie Duvall, Nana-Adwoa Mbeutcha and Endy Mckay, Lauren Thomas-Johnson and Vanessa Haye. They rarely agree on anything but always keep it real… sometimes too real. Getting upfront about their experience of modern-day motherhood - with top tips, inspirational guests, insightful topics, eye-opening honesty, and lots of laughter. Welcome to the Sisterhood.
 
Sometimes we have kids and we lose ourselves. Let Mummy Talk (LMT) is a wellness podcast for women and mums, hosted by Lynn. A place to help women find their glow again and live their best lives. Through open discussions about parenthood, lifestyle, love and relationships, as well as culture and health, LMT will help you better navigate life and parenthood and remind you that happiness and self love is paramount.
 
There is so much about motherhood that goes unsaid... and then add race into the mix and things can get very complex. Well, we're not afraid to discuss it all: from fertility to finance, from fostering to finding love as mum – Black Ballad Presents: The Survival Guide will get into honest conversations with Black British women about what motherhood looks like for them and how they survive and thrive being black women in Britain today. Subscribe wherever you usually listen to podcasts! Use th ...
 
I'm Aisha O'Reilly and my mission is to create a safe space for moms to share their truths. We haven't been shown the full picture of motherhood, so this podcast is a collection of conversations with mothers sharing some of the untold stories of being a mom. Whether you're a first-time mom trying to figure out your new baby, a mommy to a toddler full of tantrums, trying to conceive or a seasoned mom who parents her own way, know that you're not alone. You're not the only mama who doesn't fit ...
 
Sandra is the writer behind @nd.narratives that was @theadhdgoodlife on Instagram, a page where she shares her experiences and insights from her late in life ADHD diagnosis and Autistic self-diagnosis as a Black femme and transracial adoptee. This podcast explores the unique experiences of neurodivergent people (particularly those who've been historically excluded from mainstream neurodivergent narratives), often considering intersectionality and social justice lenses while sharing tools and ...
 
The Sex Agenda is a podcast by Decolonising Contraception that is leading the conversation around sex, sexuality and reproductive health among Black and people of colour. Filled with expert knowledge and a good dose of laughter, nothing is too embarrassing or off-limits on this podcast as hosts Dr Annabel Sowemimo (community sexual & reproductive health doctor) and Edem Ntumy (community engagement officer) strive to debunk myths, tackle taboos and initiate difficult conversations. ---Artwork ...
 
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Mable Productions

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This is a podcast about finding the funny when the baby sh** hits the fan.Dubbed the punk rock of comedy by Phill Jupitus, Joanna Carolan and Pascale Wilson are comedians Shirley and Shirley. They do everything together. They even got up the duff together. But when it comes to raising their mini humans, they couldn’t do things more differently. These old school pals will bring their eye-popping honesty and pitch black humour to the airwaves. Join them as they compare notes on the pitfalls of ...
 
Welcome to Necessary Rebels! Hosted by Sandra, co-founded by Sandra and Kanar, this podcast was inspired by the BLM, anti-racism and inequalities work in different sectors. You’ll hear stories from our guests about their experiences of inequalities & racism both in and outside of the workplace. Each episode currently conducted by Sandra will leave you with information on how you can help tackle these injustices and be a Necessary Rebel... Some of the content in these episodes may be uncomfor ...
 
Dad Pod UK: A fatherhood and family life podcast from John Adams, who is best known for producing the blog Dadbloguk.com. In this series of podcasts, I have spoken to dads from a wide variety of backgrounds about their experiences of fatherhood. Each episode is a one-to-one interview with a man with a very different experience of fatherhood. I've spoken to a stepfather, a gay, adoptive dad, a reformed criminal who spent much of his children's early years behind bars, a dad from the BAME comm ...
 
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Mixed Up

Emma Slade Edmondson/Nicole Ocran

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Welcome to Mixed Up, a podcast for mixed race people everywhere and for anyone looking into a deeper insight on race and identity. Hosted by sustainability consultant and creative director Emma Slade Edmondson, and Nicole Ocran, writer and co-founder of The Creator Union. The show is about straddling two worlds and multiple identities. Now more than ever, it feels like people of mixed heritage are seeking out their space to talk about their lived experiences. But despite searching, we could ...
 
This is an interview podcast featuring self-published authors of sci-fi and fantasy books. The purpose behind this podcast is to introduce You, the reader, to your new favorite author, all while splashing you with a little bit of whiskey.This podcast is hosted by Laura Juntunen, a self-published author, creative entrepreneur, speaker, reader, and bunny-mum. Laura interviews self-published authors, because…let’s get real, as a reader, it’s not easy finding the next rising author on your own!E ...
 
#MakingCentsPodcast is a podcast for us by us, with the aim to provide a commentary on what is going on the world which impacts our lives and our money. We hope our discussions will help Improve and provide financial literacy, debunk and demystify financial jargon into simple and light hearted language that you can understand and appreciate. We will also fact check statements made by public figures, discuss current events and brekaodwn how they may impact you and your cash. Tune in and don't ...
 
Iain thinks his relationship will be improved if his girlfriend, Bobbie, shares his love of wrestling. Join them on their sofa every Tuesday as he makes her sit through some of the most famous wrestling matches of all time. Thought you couldn't compare the WWE with Sex and the City? Think again! If your partner has a passion that you're baffled by, then this is the podcast for you.
 
Hi I'm Bluestarsim I play the Sims 4 As a busy mum of two children, an informal educator I have started a Sims 4 Club for Young people at my Youth Hub. As a home business Owner, Life can get pretty hectic.🤦🏾‍♀️ That's when I delve into my fantasy world of The Sims 4 Join me as I discuss my Ad-hoc journey of running my Sims 4 Club for Young people and the crazy Lives of my Sims Tell me about your Sims🍷💅🏾🛋🗣
 
I’m Heather. A massive personal finance fanatic. I love to answer people's questions on getting rid of debt, saving, stock market investing, property and retirement. Subscribe to this podcast if you want to: earn more, save more, invest more and have fun! No episodes in April, August and December - #SchoolHolidays #MumPodcast
 
THE PODCAST PARENTS NEED Being a parent can be the greatest and the hardest thing you’ll ever do. In Navigating Parenthood, brought to you by HCF, parents and experts share their stories – the joys and stress, the advice and the insight. In the first two seasons of our podcast series, we explore the most challenging periods of any parent’s life: from taking those first baby steps in season one, to staying in step with our teens in season two. In season three, Imperfect Parents, our host Jess ...
 
Welcome to BBC London’s audioBoom page.Here you’ll find highlights and additional material from our newsroom right in the heart of the capital. Contributions from our reporters and from you.Got a story you think we should tell?Get in touch by recording or uploading your story by using the green button or by calling0118 413 8272By posting here you agree to your boo being used by BBC London.www.bbc.co.uk/london (http://www.bbc.co.uk/london)
 
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The mums are back from an extended break and feel no shame about the extra "me" time. They're entering into 2022 with the same witty banter, the same witty kids and the same Chris Whitty advising us on you-know-what! Grab a cupper...or a bottle, as announcements are made and resolutions are laid. www.blackmumsupfront.com www.instagram.com/blackmums…
 
Black women are four times more likely to die in childbirth than women of other ethnicities, with many reporting that they’re being dismissed and neglected by healthcare professionals throughout pregnancy, childbirth and beyond.So, could inducing pregnant Black women and bringing their birth forward early address that problem? That’s what one promi…
 
Talks between Russia and Western powers over the situation in Ukraine finished in a “dead end” last week, with Vladimir Putin’s forces still amassed on the border, threatening war. With the US Secretary of State in Kiev right now trying to de-escalate tensions, can conflict be avoided? Europe editor Matt Frei asks whether the West can stop Russia, …
 
Thank you so much for tuning in with the Read It With Whiskey podcast! Welcome to Season 2, Episode 14 of the podcast! We are speaking with Catherine Downen, author of The Markings. In this interview, Catherine and I chat dive into world-building, magic, and more! We talk about self-publishing as a hobby, purely for the joy of writing, as well as s…
 
She was once feted as the world’s youngest female self-made billionaire who promised that her blood testing start-up would transform the future of healthcare but now Elizabeth Holmes has been found guilty of four counts of fraud. Holmes, who managed to dupe some of the world’s richest and most powerful businessmen, now faces decades in jail. Today,…
 
Figen Murray first took up knitting seriously to help her cope with hearing loss. At the time, she was working as a psychotherapist, and decided to practice what she preached and turned to creativity to help lift her mood. Little did she know then that just a few years later her knitting would help her cope with the dreadful loss of her son, Martyn…
 
Boris Johnson admitted he did attend a gathering during the first lockdown. He apologised for spending 25 minutes at the Downing Street garden drinks in May 2020, but said he thought it was a “work event” rather than a party. He has rejected some MPs' calls for his resignation, saying we should wait for the inquiry from senior civil servant Sue Gra…
 
The Australian Open hasn’t started yet, but there has already been drama and back and forth. Not on the court, but in the court. Novak Djokovic, the reigning champion, thought he could enter Australia despite not being vaccinated. But his visa was cancelled and he was detained, possibly read to be deported. But a judge decided that his treatment wa…
 
It’s been nearly two years of lockdowns, restrictions, variants and vaccines; a global pandemic that nobody saw coming, and that continues to dominate our lives. So what can we expect from the year ahead? Today, we talk to our Health and Social Care Editor Victoria Macdonald about what we might see in the next few weeks and months, as we tackle the…
 
Last year we saw political scandals, supply issues, petrol fares, energy companies going bust and a general sense that things aren't really going to plan. So what will 2022 bring us both politically and economically in the UK? Will this new year see Boris bounce back or Labour become a credible force for a general election that could come sooner ra…
 
Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of grooming and trafficking underage girls for the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. For the victims, this is a rare moment of justice after so many years living in silence and fear. But it may also just be the start of more questions about the network that Epstein and Maxwell operated: who else was involved and what …
 
A theme that seems to come up a lot with the people I work with is around the anxiety and stress that comes up from feeling a lack of clarity for ND people. I even wonder if it's something that feels a lot worse the further you are on the margins with your intersecting identities too because this is something I've struggled with as well. This episo…
 
Thank you so much for tuning in with the Read It With Whiskey podcast! Welcome to Season 2, Episode 13 of the podcast! We are speaking with Suzette Arellano, author of The New Dawn. In this interview, Suzette and I chat about The New Dawn and it's soon-to-release sequel, The Dead Spirit. We chat about the book characters, under- vs. over-writing, a…
 
The one where we find out if passing really is a choice Emma and Nicole speak to Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga on their new film for Netflix, Passing, an adaptation of Nella Larsen's novel, first published in the late 20s. Set in Harlem the film explores the reunion of two childhood friends, Clare and Irene, who as an adult, Irene finds Clare has b…
 
Last year there were many huge foreign news stories, the Taliban returning to power in Afghanistan and the humanitarian crisis that followed, conflict in Ethiopia, China’s rise as the superpower of the 21st Century and the threat of cyber warfare. But what might we see happen in the world in 2022? To look back at what happened last year and discuss…
 
Are you read for the Read It With Whiskey book club?! It has been a long time coming, but we are Finally ready to Launch this Exclusive Book Club on Patreon! This episode includes insights into some new exclusive videos that just released on Patreon, as well as discusses what Patreon is and WHY Read It With Whiskey needs it to survive! We then dive…
 
In China, many women have had enough. There’s a feminist awakening, as groups challenge laws and customs, which they believe are entrenched in sexist ideas. But as the movement grows, the ruling Communist Party wants to shut it down, labelling these liberal attitudes as opposition to their growing nationalist agenda. In this revisited episode from …
 
I hope you've had a lovely Christmas! I have one last gift for you this year before the clock strikes midnight again and we begin another year. Following on from the Happy Stitchmas episode published on Christmas Eve, this is my Hogmanay offering with a celebration of some of the freedoms I was able to enjoy this year as well as hearing about peopl…
 
Italy was the first European country to feel the full force of Covid-19. Stark images of army trucks carrying bodies, ICU wards beyond capacity and the deserted streets of Milan and Rome, were a ringing alarm bell to Europe, of what was to come. In this episode from August 2021, Antonello Guerrera, a journalist for the Italian newspaper la Repubbli…
 
On 8 December, there was a momentous transfer of power in Europe. Angela Merkel stepped down as Chancellor of Germany after 16 years - handing power to Olaf Scholz. This peaceful transfer is taking place in a nation that - after the turmoil of Brexit, Trump and populist uprisings across Europe - has become THE liberal democratic bastion of the free…
 
It's Christmas Eve, so here's my Christmas gift to you dear listener! This year I'm splitting my Christmas Special into two halves, the first one is here for you today, and the second one will be out one week from today on New Year's Eve. In Part 1 I look back at a few of my personal highlights of the year so far on Making Stitches and feature litt…
 
Welcome to Black Mums Upfront Christmas Office Party. Yes, you are invited to our festive frolics of fun! This episode ALL SIX of us get together for gossip, games and sexually explicit Ginuwine “Pony” singing. Standard. In true office party style it gets messy... truths are uncovered, tea is spilled and we all get to know each other a whole lot mo…
 
It’s the variant that’s threatened Christmas, triggered a record-breaking vaccination drive, and seen Covid measures tightened. But how much do we know about Omicron? How effective are boosters? Are you less likely to get severely ill than you are from Delta? What can we learn from the place the variant was discovered, South Africa, and what does t…
 
Thank you so much for tuning in with the Read It With Whiskey podcast! Welcome to Season 2, Episode 12 of the podcast! We are speaking with Sacha Black, author of Keepers. In this interview, Sacha and I chat about The Eden East novels and the soon-to-be-released third (and final) installment of the series. We chat about world-building and character…
 
He’s an icon of broadcast journalism, trusted to deliver the news to the nation for almost half a century. The face of facts, authority, and empathy. But as 2021 comes to an end, so too does Jon Snow’s time at Channel 4 News. So in his final week at Channel 4 News, today on The Fourcast, Kiran Moodley looks back at just a few of the many highlights…
 
Boredom often connects to productivity for me and this didn't sit right with me for some reason, so I decided I needed to learn more about it. The initial title for this episode was 'is boredom really our fault though?' and that question was what guided my research. It made me wonder if there was more to it. I think I was right. This episode hits o…
 
He has rewritten the history books to affirm his place in China’s national narrative and is set for another decade in power. But who exactly is the Chinese Premiere, Xi Jinping? And what is his guiding political thought? In today’s podcast, we talk to SOAS’ Olivia Cheung to explain his rise to power and what his first decade in office tells us abou…
 
When Alyson Chu spotted a gap in the market for a high-end crochet magazine, she decided to draw on her publishing experience and put one together herself. With Kick-Starter backing of over 600 individuals and the support of a group of crochet designers, Moorit was born this autumn showcasing beautiful crocheted garments to make as well as articles…
 
South Africa, along with ten other African nations, has been taken off the red list - a list of countries that the UK strongly discouraged travel to and from, requiring an expensive, lengthy stay in a government-approved hotel on return, should you make the trip. Scientists in South Africa said that travel "ban" never made any sense and that the co…
 
The Shirlies come together after more than three months apart for this one-off Yuletide special. The Shorter has had her babe - not without complications, and the Longer has returned to work leaving her youngest home alone. Tune in for candid conversations about babies, birthing and blow jobs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informati…
 
Boris Johnson has announced Plan B in England. Working from home is back on the cards and masks are now compulsory in more settings. But is it time to make Covid vaccines mandatory too? Austria is doing it for all adults. The United States has made vaccination mandatory for all federal workers. But the WHO has said compulsory vaccines should be an …
 
It’s the party that everyone’s talking about… if it ever took place. And if indeed there was a party at 10 Downing Street on the 18th of December 2020, it may well have broken the law against gatherings at the time. The prime minister and senior cabinet members denied it took place for days. But a video of Allegra Stratton, the prime minister's the…
 
Ep 29- Continuing with the comparison theme, for this week's episode of Let Mummy Talk, we are discussing why we feel the need to compare our children to other children. Joined by my sister and fellow mum, Lana, we chat through why comparisons are actually sometimes healthy and needed and why in other cases, they can be damaging for both children a…
 
To its supporters, Bitcoin is the biggest revelation in finance in a thousand years. To its critics, it’s a giant Ponzi scheme. So is Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies, the future of finance? How secure are the blockchains that they’re built on? And will we all be buying art through NFTs, non fungible tokens, in the future, rather than paintings …
 
Thank you so much for tuning in with the Read It With Whiskey podcast! Welcome to Season 2, Episode 11 of the podcast! We are speaking with A.L. Hooke, author of Daughter of the Antediluvian World. In this interview, Ali and I chat about the extensive research she had to go through to create her story, the characters and locations within the book, …
 
This week's episode looks predominately at refugee (although, I do think I mention immigrant populations occasionally too) populations and my thoughts about some of the research I've been doing around lack of mental health support. I don’t hear a lot talked about this community when speaking about ADHD or neurodivergence and that's a problem especi…
 
Last week saw the start of one of the most highly-anticipated and talked about trials in history: the United States versus Ghislaine Maxwell. Maxwell stands accused of sex trafficking and grooming. The prosecutors this week argued that she, along with the prolific sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, were partners in crime in sex abuse. She denies this an…
 
Since the murder of Sarah Everard, it has come to light that a number of police officers abuse their positions to target women, and a recent episode of Channel 4’s Dispatches programme revealed the shocking scale of that abuse. In the past four years, nearly 2,000 police officers, special constables and PCSOs in the UK have been accused of some for…
 
When Freya Gilbert and Sarah Wadey met at a sewing workshop in 2014, they knew they had met a kindred spirit. Within months they followed their dreams of setting up a sewing business and opened their bricks and mortar shop Crafty Sew and So in Leicester selling fabric haberdashery and offering award-winning workshops. They used their skills gained …
 
Ever since Boris Johnson marched into Number 10 after his 2019 landslide, he has promised to level up. But the government was accused of ‘betraying’ the North recently after scrapping parts of their plans for HS2 - the high-speed rail service that was meant to transport the region’s infrastructure. Number 10 argued their revised plan for the projec…
 
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