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Hello Guilty Feminists We're all having to suddenly and terrifyingly get to grips with the New Normal and so I decided to reach out to some friends on Instagram and asj them how they're doing. Every weekday at 6:00pm you can find me on Instagram Live (@theguiltyfeminist) talking to friends of the podcast - people like Jessica Fostekew, Sindhu Vee and Sara Pascoe - about what has changed and what has stayed the same for them since leaving the house became a public health issue. Each day it's ...
 
Harriet cries regularly and is an absolute emotional mess of a woman. Sunil hasn't shown emotion since he was six and tripped over a dog. They attempt to find equilibrium but usually wind up bickering about whose approach is more stupid. Sunil Patel is a multi award winning stand up. He won Reading New Act of the Year 2011 was a finalist for the BBC New Comedy Award and appears in Channel 5 series Borderline. Harriet Kemsley has probably won more awards than Sunil and has performed stand up ...
 
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A social media moderator is forced to view thousands of graphic images every day. At a toddler’s birthday party, she finds herself plagued by intrusive thoughts. Moderation was written by Alice McKee and performed by Freya Mavor. It was directed by Max Elton with sound design and music by Jack Baxter. This production is supported using public fundi…
 
Harriet's trying to show off to Sunil Patel the dog and Sunil Patel the human is becoming a financial advisor for people who love that computer money thing. ---- Follow the show here Twitter: https://twitter.com/whyharrietcry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whyisharrietcrying/ Website: https://whyisharrietcrying.com/ Follow Harriet here Twitte…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 88: Gandhi (1982) Released: 2 June 2021 For this episode, we watched Gandhi, written by John Briley and directed by Richard Attenborough. It starred Ben Kingsley as Gandhi with support from Rohini Hattangadi, Roshan Seth, Pradeep Kumar, Saeed Jaffrey, Candice Bergen, Edward Fox and …
 
It can be easy and simple, it can be fun and sexy, but sometimes it can be more. A nude image is not just a photo – but also a reflection of our hopes and dreams. Send Nudes was written and performed by Katie Burnett. It was directed by Joshua Roche with sound design by Joseff Harris. This production is supported using public funding by the Nationa…
 
**As it's a special occasion, the video of this show is still available on our Patreon FOR EVERYONE (not just Patrons!)** Here it is! The live show for anyone who missed it (or those who want to experience it again) We're joined by mega-fan and future housemate of Sunil, the wonderful Helen Bauer! Also, due to the subject matter discussed, the titl…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 87: No Country for Old Men (1987) Released 19 May 2021 For this episode, we watched No Country for Old Men. This is the only film directed by the Coen Bros to win Best Picture, but the second of their four nominations in this category. The film stars Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, …
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan, Tom Salinsky and a special guest panel Episode 86.5: Oscars Best of the Best Released 12 May 2021 For this episode, we looked back on our Oscars journey with an amazing panel of special guests: John Ross Bowie, Michaela Watkins, Bryan Edward Hill, Melissa Fumero and Rachel Bloom. Follow our guests here: ht…
 
Heidi joins us to discuss how food and music bring no joy to anyone's life and how nothing has a purpose but that can't be right because this podcast is great, right? Yeah it is. Also Venn Diagrams are mentioned. A bit. Look out for Heidi on Radio 4 and follow these to catch all her brilliant videos and the like: Twitter Instagram YouTube TikTok --…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 86: Parasite (2019) Released 5 May 2021 For this episode, we watched Parasite, the first film not in the English language ever to win Best Picture. Director Bong Joon-ho also won Best International Feature, Best Director and shared Best Original Screenplay with Han Jin-won giving it…
 
Stu talks to his inspirational friend Jessica Elizabeth Nelson about all things showbiz, how it feels to be a new dog owner and how she will cope when we eventually get back to normal after this pandemic. Jess is always happy, always smiling and so so full of zest. Its only a matter of time until she is a household name. If ever there was star qual…
 
Alfred is desperate to get in the bath but for his own good, Marjory won’t let him. He knows she’s right of course, but surely one toe wouldn’t hurt? Bath Time was written by Daisy Hall and performed by Jason Watkins and Anna Chancellor. It was directed by Hannah de Ville and sound designed by Tingying Dong. This production is supported using publi…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 85.5: Oscar Winners 2021 Released 26 April 2021 For this episode we quickly recap all of the surprises, forgone conclusions, gaffes and highlights of the 93rd Academy Awards – mere moments after the broadcast concluded. BEST PICK LIVE We’re thrilled to announce a special one-off liv…
 
Best Pick with Ben Blacker, John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky For this episode, we chatted to Ben Blacker, host of the podcast The Writers Panel about our project, the Oscars and various other matters arising. https://twitter.com/benblacker https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-writers-panel/ Doctor Doolittle in Musical Hell. https:…
 
We're back together for the first time all year and it's making us too giddy to write an episode description. ---- Follow the show here Twitter: https://twitter.com/whyharrietcry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whyisharrietcrying/ Website: https://whyisharrietcrying.com/ Follow Harriet here Twitter: https://twitter.com/harrietkemsley Instagram…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan, Tom Salinsky and special guest Ned Sedgwick Episode 85: The Bridge on the River Kwai (1951) Released 21 April 2021 For this episode, we watched The Bridge on the River Kwai, written by Carl Foreman and Michael Wilson, based on the book by Pierre Boulle. The director was David Lean and the stars were Willia…
 
Gina is flying home from Puerto Rico when her plane makes an unscheduled stop. Before long, she is in an interrogation room, trying to answer some awkward questions about the contents of her suitcase. Sharp was written by Cat Kolubayev and performed by Aisling Franciosi and Troy Alexander. It was directed by Alice Fitzegerald with sound design by A…
 
Jessica pops by (with an extra special guest) to talk about the emotional cocktail of childbirth; an Amazon driver calls Sunil "sad" so Harriet decides he should have a kid too. For fun. Look out for Jessica's BBC Sounds story "Better The Devil You Know" and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Also check out her podcast Hoovering, which is ace. --…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 84: Marty (1955) Released 7 April 2021 For this episode, we watched Marty written by Paddy Cheyefsky and directed by Delbert Mann, who both won Oscars. The stars were Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair and Joe Mantell, all of whom were nominated, Borgnine winning. It was also nominated fo…
 
This episode introduces Bullet Brown. Bullets passion for education within the pet grooming industry is unrivalled and her zest for life is absolutely clear in this no holds barred podcast. Bullet recounts moments in her professional life within the grooming industry and describes her ups and downs and most challenging moments. Enjoy!…
 
Feeling the rumblings of violence and social collapse, a woman prepares for the end of the world. As she does, it becomes increasingly clear that everyone else is ignoring the inevitable. Tremors was written by Nadya Menuhin and performed by Tamsin Greig. It was directed by Max Elton and sound designed by Max Pappenheim. This production is supporte…
 
Who would you murder if you could murder anyone in history, knowing that the timespace continuum would remain intact because the actions you make have been made before and they'll be made again ad infinitum? All this and so much more, with the lovely Alasdair Beckett-King. You'll check out his Twitter, Instagram and Youtube if you know what's good …
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan, Tom Salinsky and special guest Matheus Carvalho Episode 83: An American in Paris (1951) Released 24 March 2021 For this episode, we watched An American in Paris, written by Alan Jay Lerner, inspired by and featuring the music of George Gershwin. The director was Vincente Minnelli and the stars were Gene Ke…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 82.5: Oscar Nominations 2021 Released 16 March 2021 For this episode we discussed the nominations for the 93rd Academy Awards which were announced on 15 March 2021 at 12:15 GMT by Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas. Next time we will be discussing An American in Paris. If you want…
 
There's some laddish pranks and larks going on and it might be too much for you squares to handle. Only the hippest listeners can be a part of this one. Are we too much for your delicate ears? Maybe you should tell the cops about it. Stuart pops by to cause some Lawful Evil and it's great fun. Keep an eye out for his new event series, "Grave New Wo…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 82: 12 Years a Slave (2013) Released 10 March 2021 For this episode, we watched 12 Years A Slave, written by John Ridley, from the memoir by Solomon Northup. The director was Steve McQueen with music by Hans Zimmer and cinematography by Sean Bobbitt and the stars were Chiwetel Ejiof…
 
"I have lied about a lot of things. I have lied about where I live, how old I am, about why I’m late to the party. I have lied about reading certain books, about visiting certain countries, about having an A in GCSE Spanish. I have lied about who I’ve slept with, about who I’ve wanted to sleep with, about wanting to go on second dates. I am not a l…
 
Stu chats to his lovely friend Sasha Regan about her unplanned 'Covid' break from the famous Union Theatre in Southwark and about her beautiful new English Springer Spaniel Winnie, oh and not forgetting the lovely Gilbert. Sasha is a hugely calm influence to all that work with her but is she as calm as she seems on the outside. We all have our copi…
 
Harriet and Sunil have far too much to discuss to include a guest on this week's episode. Also big babies get a lot of air time. ---- Follow the show here Twitter: https://twitter.com/whyharrietcry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whyisharrietcrying/ Website: https://whyisharrietcrying.com/ Follow Harriet here Twitter: https://twitter.com/harri…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan, Tom Salinsky and special guest Sam Bain Episode 81: You Can’t Take it With You (1938) Released 24 February 2021 For this episode, we watched You Can’t Take it With You, written by Robert Riskin, adapted from the play by George Kaufman and Moss Hart, directed by Frank Capra and starring Jean Arthur, Lionel …
 
"We both agreed that I was the funny one in the relationship. The only joke I ever told she didn't like was that one about those little Thai footy fellas that fell down that well and had to be scoobied out by that fella that turned out to not be a paedophile. And fair play, that joke was in bad taste. I'm a big enough man to admit that. Some men wo…
 
There's a lot going on in this one. Too much, in fact. What we need is a leader. Someone to take charge and run this ship right. That person? Rose Johnson. Hopefully. And check out Rose and Birthday Girls for even more fun stuff. ---- Follow the show here Twitter: https://twitter.com/whyharrietcry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whyisharrietcr…
 
Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 80: Million Dollar Baby (2004) Released 10 February 2021 For this episode we watched Million Dollar Baby, written by Paul Haggis, based on stories by FX Toole. It was directed by Clint Eastwood and starred Hilary Swank, Eastwood and Morgan Freeman. As well as Best Picture, Eastwood …
 
Stu talks to a thoroughly beautiful human who seems to succeed in just about everything he does. It's absolutely true that lovely things happen to lovely people because there aren't many out there that are lovelier than Mr Mark Rattray. From winning Opportunity Knocks in 1990, his love of his Bully breeds to saving lives in 999 on the front line fo…
 
Deep in the heart of the Devon countryside, Billie and her boyfriend are trying to enjoy a romantic getaway when they are interrupted by a strange encounter. As her boyfriend searches for help, Billie decides to take the problem into her own hands. ‘Breech’ asks what it really means to do the right thing and the danger of intervening in something y…
 
Harriet and Sunil are here to save the day as Sean McLoughlin arrives to cause havoc and destruction. You can watch Sean's brilliant stand-up special Hail Mary on YouTube... ---- Follow the show here Twitter: https://twitter.com/whyharrietcry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whyisharrietcrying/ Website: https://whyisharrietcrying.com/ Follow Ha…
 
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