Badass Women’s Hour

Badass Women’s Hour

By Badass Women’s Hour

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

Episodes

EP 352: The importance of anonymity with Nicola Thorpe, Anner Marie Crowhurst, Pooky Quensel and Caroline O'Donoghue.

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’Donoghue about her new book ’Scenes of a graphic nature’. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshr and for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Edited by Sophie King for http://www.thepresentercoach.co.uk/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/08/2048m 13s

EP 351: Serving a life sentence for a crime you didn’t commit with Raphael Rowe, Rachel Edwards and Brenda Davies

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 author Brenda Davies who shares an incredible story that features in her new book.  If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshr and for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Edited by Sophie King for http://www.thepresentercoach.co.uk/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/08/2046m 14s

EP 350: Becoming first time parents, as a trans couple with Hannah and Jake Graf,Sandy Rashty and Farrah Storr.

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 parents for the first time.  If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshr and for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Edited by Sophie King for http://www.thepresentercoach.co.uk/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/07/2033m 24s

EP 349: Can you be fat and happy with Terrie White, Lauren Mahon & Jenni Murray

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 also speaks to Lauren Mahon about her womb story.If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshr and for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Edited by Sophie King for http://www.thepresentercoach.co.uk/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/07/2052m 58s

EP 348: Power to the perineum with Cherie Blair, Lesley Gilchrist and River Gallo

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. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshr and for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Edited by Sophie King for http://www.thepresentercoach.co.uk/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/07/2047m 56s

EP 347: Are open relationships the future with Natalie Campbell, Emma Sexton & Lucy Beresford.

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 find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshr and for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Edited by Sophie King for http://www.thepresentercoach.co.uk/   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/07/2047m 21s

Ep 346: How is our investment in News & Politics affecting our mental health with Ayesha Hazarika

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 together through the Pandemic and what Parliament doing in terms of working from home.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/06/2026m 24s

Ep 345: Are we going back in time with gender roles with Diane Allen, Jason Brown, Mary Ann-Stephenson and Juno Roche

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 Women’s Budget Group, why we might be going back in time with gender roles during lockdown. Lastly, Harriet speak to Juno Roche, Trans writer and activist, about JK Rowling and what it means to the Trans community. For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/06/2049m 58s

Ep 344: How To Discuss Black Lives Matter with Layla Saad, Sheehan Daniel, Florence Given and Candice Brathwaite

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 empowerment with Instagram star Florence Given as they discuss her new book ‘Women don’t owe you pretty’. Lastly, Harriet has a very frank and honest conversation with author of ‘I am not your baby mother’, Candice Brathwaite as they discuss life as a black mother. For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/06/201h 1m

Ep 343: "Racism Is A Pandemic" with Paula Rhone-Adrien, MP Laura Farris, Dr Lisa Mosconi and Elizabeth Anionwu

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 really committed to it?Harriet speaks Dr Lisa Mosconi, who is fighting to change the medical professions understanding of Alzhiemers and gender, plus one of the UK’s most senior nurses, Elizabeth Anionwu shares her life story.For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/06/201h 2m

Ep 343: "Racism Is A Pandemic" with Paula Rhone-Adrien, MP Laura Farris, Dr Lisa Mosconi and Elizabeth Anionwu

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 really committed to it?Harriet speaks Dr Lisa Mosconi, who is fighting to change the medical professions understanding of Alzhiemers and gender, plus one of the UK’s most senior nurses, Elizabeth Anionwu shares her life story.For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/06/201h 4m

Ep 342: I Just Want To Live with Scarlette Douglas and Martha Awojobi

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 presenter Scarlette Douglas.Martha works for Charity So White she discuss' the crucial importance of dismantling white supremacy and why white people need to be educated on systemic racism. And Scarlette addresses the racism in our justice system, police force and even our health service, highlighting that minority groups are affected in higher numbers from COVID19 than white people. Both guests also talk about the effect of sharing videos and content that highlight racist actions on social media and whether this is a good or harmful thing.For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/05/2029m 4s

Ep 341: Female Heath-care, Frontrunners and Finances with Rosie Duffield, Alyson J. McGregor & Clare Seal

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 unacceptable,Harriet's second guest is Clare Seal the lady behind the popular instagram account "My Frugal Year". Originally started as a way for "a few hundred followers to shout at her if she sent too much" 54'000 followers later Clare's honesty about her financial situation seems to have struck a chord, as she opens us about the reality (that many of us face) of being in substantial amounts of debt. Martin Lewis move over there's a new badass money saver in town.For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/05/2042m 44s

Ep 340: Money, Money, Money with Anneliese Dodds and Adele Park

 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 parliament and how she is aiming to work to lower inequalities that several different ares of our society face, now so more than ever.Author Adele Parks joins Harriet to discuss her brand new book. Friend of the show Adele has been busy writing a book a year for the past 20 years! And this years novel is “Just My Luck” about strong family friendships and how an unsuspected lottery win can drive a rift between life long friends.For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/05/2026m 35s

Ep 339: The Badass Power Of Positivity

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 wellbeing. Ruth gives some sage advice on why a lot of us maybe be feeling increased anxiety as we enter this new stage of lockdown and tips to help us adjust and accept. As the Ladies explain this area of wellbeing goes a lot deeper than a few nice "instagram-able" quotes on staying positive, explaining it's more about learning to sit with our emotions and learning to accept both the dark and the light. Get in touch with Ruth or follow her on social media Twitter:https://twitter.com/ruthiecoops?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorChamps Consultants: https://champsconsult.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ruth.cooperdickson/?hl=enFor information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/05/2035m 42s

Ep 338: Being Open and Honest about Loneliness with Natalie Lue

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 also talk about pandemic dating, from zoom dinner date to a socially distanced walk Natalie suggests that this could be the perfect time for serial daters to take a set back and revaluate their love life. You can find Natalie's podcast and blog through the links below:https://www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/the-baggage-reclaim-sessions-podcast/https://www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/list-of-posts/For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/04/2043m 34s

Ep 337: Health and Fitness In Lockdown: Real Talk! with Ban Has

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" or "could's" of quarantine fitness here. However the pair discuss what wellness looks like for them at the minute and the reality of the current up's and down's everyone is feeling, everything from the days you want to walk, the days you want to run, or the days you just want to have a brownie and call it a day!For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/04/2037m 9s

Ep 336: The Reality Of Work During A Pandemic with Anna Codrea-Rado and Tiffany Philippou

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 working life with everything that is going on in the world right now.The ladies give some tips on how to create a positive home work environment, and touch on the emotional impact of this time and the reality of working during a pandemic, despite everything you might be seeing of people's isolation inspiration projects, working during this time can be hard, and that's OK!Despite this Anna and Tiffany offer some words of wisdom around creating some routine and structure within your day that may bring some comfort and normality at a time when we don't have a lot of control over the wider world.For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/04/2039m 54s

Ep 335: Badass Best Bits with Bloody Good Period and The Midult

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 years and to showcase amazing conversations and guests who can offer some insight and inspiration in our current climateGabby Edlin from Bloody Good Period explains how she went from asking for a few donations of period protection whilst volunteering in a refuge centre to having thousands of pads and tampons in her home ready to donate to setting up the campaign. She is joined by Meredith from Ooh la la Macarons together they're discussing their collaboration, more info here.And the two amazing ladies from The Midult giving all women hope that mid life is brilliant, if not a bit messy. Their website empowers women through humour, connection and community sharing all the unperfect and troubling things that happen in life. The ladies cover #wingingit the wisdom that comes with being an "adult" aaand the extra facial hair?!For information on your host you can follow the link below:Harriet Minter If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/04/2044m 35s

Ep 334: Badass Rewind with Sofie Hagen and Natalie Lue

Sick of Covid-19 chat? Harriet is looking 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 years and to showcase amazing conversations and guests who can offer some insight and inspiration in our current climateThe two incredible women this week are comedian and author Sofie Hagen who is discussing fat liberation and the societal structures that she is trying to break down in her book “Happy Fat”. And relationship expert Natalie Lue who was discussing with the ladies how to have a healthy view on monogamy, the sort of conversations we should be establishing in our relationships to ensure everyone is on the page.For information on your host you can follow the link below:Harriet Minter If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/03/2030m 37s

Ep 333: Finding Hope Together With Carina White, Katherine May & Anita Cleare

Stuck on how to keep your kids learning and entertained now the schools are closed, or just want some hope for the future look no further!Harriet speaks to people from all over the country about their feelings surrounding the current Covid-19 situation in the UK. Harriet and her guests (not in the studio for obvious reasons) will be offering much-needed advice, solace and a reminder that as a nation we are all in this together.Carina White of Dope Black Mum’s is talking to Harriet about why is racism stopping black people from swimming and the myth that’s causing this. And also they discuss how she and her daughter are dealing with the school closure and the anxiety around the risk to an elderly family member. Also talking about being at home with the kids is author Katherine May who has now been thrown back into the homeschooling schedule, she tells Harriet how she will be coping this time round. And Anita Cleare child development expert is walking parents and carers through how they can keep their children entertained and still educated during the school closure.For information on your host follow the link below:Harriet Minter  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/03/2056m 6s

Ep 332: No Shame Here with Lottie Drynan

Having tummy troubles but too embarrassed to talk about it? Meet the lady who is banashing the shame around all things loo-related.Lottie Drynan is living with IBS and her well known instagram account Tummy Diaries has been avnodcating and sharing information on IBS. She started her instagram to share how she was navigating the early days of her diagnosis and how it changed her day to day to from toilet trips to the food she was eating including the ins and outs her “low fod map” diet.Harriet and Carrie also open up about their own issues with IBS and IBD. Lottie talks about how she dealt with understanding how to adjust her life and mind set to ease her symptoms. Says her openness online also helped her close friends and family to be more open to the topic and not feel shame.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/03/2019m 22s

Ep 331: Coronavirus, Creating Community and The Truth Of Our Desire with Vic Goddard and Dr Karen Gurney

Can the coronavirus outbreak create community, and lots of babies? The Badass ladies find out.Harriet and her special co-hosts this week, Carrie Grant and Sarah Mulindwa talk to Vic Goddard headmaster of Passmores Academy who is working to help children who receive free school meals during the coronavirus school ban. Hear what Vic is doing to make sure that if schools do close due to the Coronavirus families who nee this support still receive it despite their children not being in school. The ladies talk about the impact that coronavirus will have on different areas of our community and what the government’s advice thus far means for them, as well as what can we do as a community to help those of us who need it most, people who may feel lonely whilst self isolating and those who may experienced elevated levels of anxiety.And joining them in the studio is Dr Karen Gurney aka The Sex Doctor.Karen is a clinical psychologist that specialises in sex, she is helping people with their sexual problems and dissatisfaction with their sex life, she describes herself as “a personal trainer for you sex life” - pretty self explanatory.Karen shares that over half of women and just under half of men are concerned about their sex life and admits there is no normal when it comes to sex, and as a society we can have a particular idea of what sex should be, but Karen clarifies that sex comes in all different shapes, sizes and positions. Harriet, Carrie and Sarah hear about the truth of our desire, and how our desire for sex and our partners actually works and why it may fade after a year or two. But don’t fear Karen also explains how to get it back.And finally, how can sex help us fight the new virus by raising our immune system or will isolation just create lots of babiesKaren's book is out now, click here for more info.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterCarrie GrantSarah Mulindwa If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/03/2038m 26s

Ep 330: Looking Back and Moving Forward with Sophie Walker

The Badass Woman's Hour line up is changing forever, hear as the ladies get nostalgic and share some highlights for the last time.A faithful listener of four years, Emma's Mum jumps on the phone to wish everyone well on their next ventures after their final show and share some love!Sophie Walker former of the Women's Equality party and now, author! Friend of the show Sophie tells Harriet, Emma and Nat about the journey of writing her book "5 Rules for Rebellion" which is out now. The ladies talk how to handle the world and all of the things that may feel overwhelming in the current state of society, being an activist and learning to pick yourself up and dust yourself off and rejoin the march.And Harriet, Emma and Natalie get reflective, looking back at some highlights from the past four years of the show. However this is not the end of Badass Womens Hour, Harriet will be taking the lead and will be joined by guest hosts next week!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/03/2048m 37s

Ep: 329 The End of A Badass Era with Karen Lynch, Claire Nelson, Christy Lefteri and Amy Peake

This will be one of two final instalments of Badass Womans Hour as we know it! Emma and Natalie are moving onto new adventures and Harriet will be going it solo from now on. So here's a whole hour and half of badass chat!On this final Badass Womans Hour show with the original line up of wonderful ladies, they're talking the eradication of tampon tax, falling, water and sisterhood!The first guests are Laura and Nicky, two inspiring woman both living with terminal cancer who have started a support group for women fighting cancer, secondary sisters. They share what this means for day to day life and why they were inspired to create this support network.So Natalie is off to a new job, she will be the new CEO of Belu Water, however before she leaves the show she invited the current CEO into the studio Karen Lynch, explains how the company is looking at the environmental impact of our water use and how they can change and create positive disruption in the industry.Amy Peake is the founder of Loving Humanity who provide women and girls in war zones with access sanitary products, she shares the tales that made her want to help these women and her journey to becoming an activist.Author Claire Nelson shares her incredible story of a fall that changed her life, after an adventures trip to escape London, which resulted in a physical injury that turned her life upside down, her book "Things I Learned From Falling" is out now.And the final guest is Christy Lefteri the author of Bee Keeper of Aleppo she shares with the ladies the stories from the time she spent in a women's and children's centre in Athens, and how her own family history played a part in her humanitarian work and writing.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/03/201h 34m

Ep 328: How To Have A Happy Vagina with Mika Simmons

What is the key to having a very happy vagina? Find out in this weeks extra bits.This week the Badass ladies welcome back friend of the show, Mika Simmons.Mika founded The Lady Garden after she lost her mother to ovarian cancer, she describes her mother as a trailblazer and a strong feminist, so it saddened her to think that her mother didn't know the symptoms of a gynaecological cancer. The Lady Garden is a foundation aiming to change the way we talk about female health, to educate women and men on types of cancer that are harder to diagnose and Mika says "Even though women’s health has improved a lot the symptoms are not often spoken about".And the ladies talk all things Happy Vaginas, Mika is the host of The Happy Vagina podcast where she and her array of guests talk aboutchampioning women’s bodies, our esteem around our bodies, sex and of course, vaginas!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/03/2021m 52s

Ep 327: An Inspiring Way To Lead Change with Alexandra Adams and Jo Loughran

This weeks guest is the Incredible Alexandra Adams who is the UK's first deaf blind medical student, she shares her experience of medical school and the reaction she has had from fellow students and colleagues.Hear Alex's story of what inspired her to want to be a doctor, and the journey that she has been on with her own medical issues that have given her a wealth of life experience and wisdom on life and death, Alex is truly inspiring.As mental health awareness becomes ever more ingrained into our society a recent study shows that people living with mental health issues such as schizophrenia are experiencing increased discrimination.Jo Loughran from the campaign Time to Change is in the studio to explain why, and what needs to be done to share the acceptance of all mental health issues, not just depression and anxiety.Time to change is aiming to change the way we think about mental health, as Jo explains this has to start with the media and their depiction of the types of mental health that are commonly discussed.For more info visit the Time To Change website:https://www.time-to-change.org.uk/For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/03/2037m 54s

Ep 326: Inside The Sex Clinic with Sarah Mulindwa

It's all about sex this week, staying safe and having badass sex obviously!In the studio this week is Sarah Mulindwa, Nurse and host of "Sex Clinic" on E4The ladies talk about how the generations views and openness about sex differs, and the growth of sex education resources now, meaning teenagers are far more well informed, and telling children about their bodies early in a way they can understand and feel comfortable.Sarah explains some of the issues she deals with on Sex-clinic, STI's and giving advice and reassurance. Sex clinic is on E4 10pm Sunday nights.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/02/2011m 3s

Ep 325: Entering An Era Of Change With Margret Heffernan and Sairish Hussain

Meet two women who are changing the way that things are done... in two completely different sectors.Margret Heffernan is a businesswomen and author with some interesting views to share.Margret's new book "Unchartered" is looking at how accurate finical forecasting is, and how leadership can be changed to better business large and small.When we see large companies release their “10 year plan” Margret says that a lot of this is propaganda “Just trying to eat our minds” hear why!Margret, Harriet, Emma and Amanda analyse what factors really made a leader successful and how historically we have based leadership skills on male norms. The ladies discuss how we can make leadership more feminine and how this would change things?Sairish Hussain Is a Phd student and first time author, she has written the first multi generational fiction about a Muslim family, "Family Tree" she has had brilliant success with the novel which she started to write during her Masters qualification.Sairish explains to Harriet, Emma and Amanda why more Muslim writers need to be published and the issues that writers of colour experience, and offers some wonderful advice to encourage other young writers.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/02/2034m 53s

Ep 324: Do We Still Need Valentines Day? with

Valentines Day, marketing overload or day of genuine love and appreciation?Harriet, Emma and Natalie are joined by Charly Lester, founder of Lumen dating app, she's sharing her views of Valentines Day, what we should all really be doing on the day of love.And the ladies Discus the idea of cuffing season? And talk about how are dating apps helping and hindering our love lives and possibly making us more socially awkward in the dating world. And is "Galentines Day" a lovely way to celebrate with your friends or another way marketing is tricking us into keep on spending regardless of our relationship status?For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/02/2011m 56s

Ep 323: Witches, Warriors and Polyamory with Lucy Fry and Kate Hodges

How natural is monogamy? Or do you feel more comfortable with "monogam-ish"?Author Lucy Fry opened her relationship after having some honest conversations with her partner, although she admits to not starting polyamory in the correct and honest way hear how it's working for her. Harriet, Emma and Natalie all discuss, what their personal preferences are when it comes to relationships.And Lucy talks about the ways it has strengthened her relationships, how attachment can manifest in relationships and parenting in an open relationship. Her book "There Are Easier Ways To Say I Love You”, documents all of this and some more interesting details of her polyamory…..The second badass guest this week is Kate Hodges who since childhood has always been more interested darker side of fairytales as the princess’ or heroines never quite did it for Kate admitting was more taken by the idea of the female baddie.From Slavic witches to Japanese supernatural beasts, Kate is diving into the tales of some of the most nefarious, mythical women and reframing theses stories in a feminist light in her book Warriors, Witches, Women: Mythology's Fiercest Females.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/02/2037m 26s

Ep 322: A Glass Half Empty with Clare Pooley

An end of the day drink can be seen as “mummy’s little helper” on this extra spill the badass ladies are discussing the “Wine mum” culture of social media.Author Clare Pooley aka the "Sober Mummy” tells Harriet, Natalie and Emma how two glasses of wine a night turned into ten bottles a week, and the moment she started to realise this wasn’t quite right!She started a blog “Mummy was a secret drinker” to document everything she was feeling about her drink habits, Clare paired her blog writing with extensive research on the effects of drinking.  Clare hasn’t drank for 5 years now, and although she says she doesn’t blame any mother for having a glass of wine of an evening Clare admits she saw positive impacts on her life since going sober, Clare also talks about the negative impacts that drinking had on her life and how things have changed for her, with her career and her role as a mother.To find out more about Clare and her book here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/02/2027m 56s

Ep 321: Rebel With Joy with Chidera Eggerue and Emily Aboud

Harriet, Emma and Natalie are joined by Chidera Eggerue AKA “The Slumflower”, the mind that brought us “Saggy Boobs Matter”.Chidera is talking about her latest book “How To Get Over A Boy” which looks at the idea of romance vs love and the idea of love and relationships we are shown in the media especially in the 90’s era of rom-coms and chick-flicks. Chidera explains what the real “P-word” is and why women seem to accept less than they deserve and compromise within relationships more than a man. And together the ladies look at our own biases with our Body hair, why women feel the need to remove body hair and where this phenomena came from. Look out for Chidera’s documentary “Bring back the bush: where did our pubic hair go?” on Channel 4.The second badass guest this week is Emily Aboud who has created the play “Splintered” which is based on conversations with women from Trinidad, telling the stories of growing up queer in the Caribbean. The play takes the form of a cabaret aiming to “educate the oppressed about being oppressed”.Emily explains that the Caribbean in it’s history has been a difficult place for queer people and only had it’s first pride festival in 2018, the ladies discuss where this homophobia came from and Emily looks at how colonialism had an impact.Splintered will be on at the The Vault festival and you can find out more information here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/02/2037m 19s

Ep 320: Fall In Love With Movement with Bangs Carey-Campbell and

Have your new years resolutions gone awry? This week's guest are here to give you a bit of badass inspoThe first guest up on this weeks extra bits is Bangs Carey-Campbell A fitness guru and author.A self confessed ex couch potato said she fell in love with the adrenaline she got from moving her body, Bangs urges you to adjust your goals to suit you if you’re struggling to meet them. She claims to be a big believer that fitness should not be a punishment but should be enjoyed, it’s all about doing what suits you, having fun, incremental change, and listening to your body.Her new book will show you how to start moving, discover and fall involve with movement and why “Doin’ it for the ‘gram” might actually help. For more information on her book click here.The "This Girl Can" campaign changed the way advertising looked at women and the female body, highlighting the strength of women and how normal women exercise and what women’s bodies really look like. The ladies are joined by Kate Dale the creator of the campaign, she shares an amazing statistic that, 3 million women have got more involved with sport as a direct result of this campaign and with this new campaign they are continuing to inspire. The latest campaign aiming to show “the unfiltered reality of women’s lives” from childcare to menopause and periods and how they fit into our everyday.Watch the new video here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/01/2026m 33s

Ep 319: Making Badass TV and Books with Helen Warner

Author and former TV executive Helen Warner is joining the badass ladies to discuss her latest book “She” as Helen shares the main character “Belle” is every mother’s nightmare, a women who has “put a bomb underneath a family and enjoy’s watching it explode”Helen’s new book has a darker feel than her two previous book which has inspired her to take on the pseudonym H. C. Warner. Helen talks procrastination habits and why she found being a full time write rather challenging and actually prefers writing on the train to work?!Also hear how she made a success of the legendary British daytime TV show “Lose Women” during her early career in TV as well as some of the most trying and testing moments in her career including launching “This Morning” and “Good Morning Britain”.For more information on Helen’s book, click here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/01/2025m 58s

Ep 318: Become A Relationship Expert with Camilla Sacre-Dallerup

How are the relationships in your life? Well, find out which is the most important one to get right!Camilla Sacre-Dallerup has swapped her dance floor moves for mindful living, and wellness coaching. Camilla, Harriet and Claudia discuss the tools that camilla has learnt in order to retrain the subconscious mind to set new more positive paths and ways of living, she describes life coaching as “holding a mirror up” to ourselves.Harriet asks How we can become an expert at relationships and reveals she is a trained life coach too, she felt the necessity to help other women after feeling the benefits of being coached herself!And I know we hear this a lot at the minute, but Camila expresses the importance of self care in her life and the things she learnt from burn out as a dancer. Her latest book is out now, click here for more info.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterClaudia-Liza Armah is co-presenting with Harriet this week.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/01/2014m 54s

Ep 317: Your Invitation Into Badass A Millennial Coven with Sapphire Bates and Jude Kelly

The networks and events that are offering a wealth of connection and advice from women, for women.The Coven Girl Gang is a new platform offering a support network to millennial female freelancers and “career babes” the ladies are talking to the founder Sapphire Bates.Named the social network for “the Instagram generation” Sapphire explains why she started the network, and felt women especially needed a bit of creative support, she also talks about her love hate relationship with the app that has meant she can grow her business in todays social media driven world. The second guest this week is Jude Kelly founder of the Women Of The World Festival. Jude gives Harriet and Claudia a lesson in equality, feminism and what is still to be achieved.“The Women Of The World Festival” is an event to unite women from all over the globe so they can discuss issues that go beyond race, religion and country. This festival is a crucial event to lead women and the future generations to greater equality. As Jude says, “this isn’t about getting women to just level up with men, this is about bringing more complex, intersectional thinking into the world.”For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterClaudia-Liza Armah is co-presenting with Harriet this week.Natalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/01/2028m 16s

Ep 316: There Is a New Bunch of Angels in Town with Linda Blacker and Enam Asiama

What do you think of when you think of when you think of Victoria’s Secret? The badass ladies are we-writing the norm on the studio this week. This year the woman’s underwear brand Victoria’s Secret aren’t doing their famous Angels shoot so photographer Linda Blacker has stepped in instead. Linda has created the alternative Angels shoot to celebrate women, the diversity and beauty of the female form. She is telling Harriet, Emma and Scarlet about why she felt the need for an image like this to be created and the process of making it happen. Find the image here.Joining her in the studio is Enam Asiama is a plus sized model and speaker, spreading the message of body positivity and self love and plus sized visibility, who took part in the shoot. The pair are explaining why they believe big brands should be stepping up to represent diversity in their marketing so all women can see themselves represented in the media and life.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/01/2024m 36s

Ep 315: Finding The Right Values In Life and Business with Yael Nevo & Dr Mandeep Rai

Are we waisting time at work? And how can an equal gendered workforce make a difference with the productivity and longevity of a business? Gender Scope’s Gender Consultant Yael Nevo tells us.Yael helps businesses by performing a gender gap analysis which looks at different areas within the company and their issues from HR, representation to communication. The ladies explore how a business can be truly gender equal.Dr Mandeep Rai is the second highlight from this weeks show, she has embarked on a rather interesting task, Mandeep has been discovering and recognising the unique value of 101 countries around the world that gives them their certain “je ne sais quoi”. Her new book “The Values Compass” looks at the things that are driving the culture and beliefs of a place, from the joy of Shri Lanka, South Africa’s Forgiveness, Croatia’s Friendliness and England’s Steadfastness, Dr Mandeep breaks-down what a value is and what gives a country their own set of values.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonScarlet Douglas is the third badass lady this week joining Harriet and Emma. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/01/2034m 47s

Ep 314: Learning Real Love and Respect with Holly Bourne

Are your favourite love films portraying actually damaging relationships?On this extra snippet from the show is author Holly Bourne, Holly is an ambassador for Women’s Aid, together they have created a campaign aiming to educate teenagers about healthy relationships and the different forms that domestic abuse can take. Love Respect is a website that offers advice and stories showing what genuine healthy love looks like.Holly explains to Harriet, and the ladies why we could be mistaking love for abuse within relationships, she believes that popular film and tv story lines are actually depicting stories of abusive relationships, even cult favourites like “Love Actually”.They also ask why abusers take advantage within their relationships and if the perpetrator even realises they are doing anything wrong in the first place?Also a listener of the show rings up to speak about his own experience with the domestic abuse system and how he has recovered, he shares his own advice for recognising your own possibly abusive behaviour.If you would like help on the topic of abuse and domestic violence please seek help from the links below:https://www.womensaid.org.uk/https://loverespect.co.uk/https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/guides-to-support-and-services/abuse/domestic-violence/#.XhTPRhf7TOQhttps://www.refuge.org.uk/For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/01/2026m 23s

Ep 313: A Badass New Decade Begins with Grace Campbell & Owain Astles

It’s the first week of a brand new decade and we’re kicking things off badass.The first guest this week is Grace Campbell , Grace has been a feminist activist for several years, she and some friends started the campaign group “pink protest” which helped to launch the “Free Periods Campaign” aimed at helping women and girls facing period poverty. She is also the co-creator of the Channel 4’s “Riot-girls” an all female comedy prank show and quickly caught the stand up bug. As well as a long list of talents she is also the daughter of politician Alister Campbell as Grace tells this can be quite polarising for her audiences, they have joined forces to create a podcast chatting “Football, Feminism and Everything in-between”.The second guest this week is Owain Astles the filmmaker behind the docu-drama “Sleeping Rough” which takes frank look at the state of homelessness in the UK with an Increase of 165% in recent years the Owain tell the ladies what is behind the rise. After a period of sofa-surfing Owain learnt more about what it is to be without a home, homelessness is more than just the people we see in streets, this makes up just 3% of all homeless people in the UK, the aim of the film is to broaden peoples understanding of homelessness and the severity of the issue in ways that we don’t see. Find out more info and where you can see the film here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/01/2021m 6s

Ep 312: Celebrating a Badass, Diverse, Equality Filled Christmas with Debbie Frank, Dana Smith and March Muses

In the final show of the year the Harriet, Emma and Natalie are casting their eyes to the sky in search of what 2020 has in store for us all with astrologer Debbie Frank. Debbie is breaking down what the retrogrades, eclipses and other aspects of astrology means for your star sign and how your year will go!100 years since the sex discrimination removal act was put into action meaning that any professions that excluded women such as lawyers were no longer allowed to discriminate. The ladies are debating whether this act is still necessary in 2020. Dana is explaining the work of the first 100 years project. Also joining the conversation is Sian Clarke, an employment lawyer at Slater and Gordon, tells us the sort of cases she deals with today and how women are still being discriminated against in the workplace, but also the inspiring women who are leading the way for gender equality.And the final bit of entrepreneurial inspiration for the year comes from Natalie Duvall and Alison Burton who are bringing diversity to Christmas and the decorations that we adorn our trees with. Noticing the lack of colour in Christmas decorations, as two women of colour they wanted to make some black festive figurines for families in the UK and around the world. They now run "March Muses” and sell their creations on their website.Wishing you a very merry badass Christmas and happy New Year.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/12/1934m 46s

Ep 311: Changing Lives Through Crowd Funding with Anna and Decoda from Beam

In the season of giving the Badass Ladies have been finding out how you can create real change this Christmas in a personal way!Anna is a case worker at Beam, she explains what this social enterprise is doing differently to make direct impact to the lives of homeless people. They are using crowd sourcing in a really unique way, members of the public use the website to donate money directly to people to fund their unique journey out of homeless, this could be helping with childcare costs, tuitions or travel to work.Also in the studio is Decoda, she was helped back into college by the donations she received through her Beam campaign, she has been updating the people who helped her on the progress she has made every step of the way and now, she has graduated from college, found a job as a social worker and hopes to attend university in the near future.For more information and how to donate yourself click here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/12/1913m 13s

Ep 310: Learning to Say F***k No and How To Sew with Juliet Uzor and Sarah Knight

The question of the week is: should Caroline Flack continue to host the reality relationship show “Love Island” after news of her arrest following a claim she abused her boyfriend? Is it correct to allow her to be a role model for young women and girls as an alleged attacker?Live with the badass ladies this week is Juliet Uzor the winner of the 2019 “Great British Sewing Bee”, she won the show stitching things together from an old pair of curtains or scrap pieces of cloth and made some beautiful designs although, sewing didn’t come into Juliet’s life until her 20’s but she soon developed a talent for it after teaching herself with YouTube. The ladies discuss women in their own families having sewn when they were younger, so why did we stop making our own clothes somewhere down the line?Sarah Knight is the queen of not giving a f***k she has mastered the art of putting her own needs first, not worrying about what people think of her as well as saying no! Sarah quit her corporate job in New York and moved to the Dominican Republic to write her guides. Her latest book “F***k No!” Teaches us how to stop agreeing to things we actually don’t want to do. She explains why Women finds this harder than men. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/12/1934m 34s

Ep, 309: A Cheeky Christmas Stocking Scandal with Charly Lester

Where do we draw the line between clever marketing and the objectification of women? Harriet, Emma and Nat are finding out with a festive spin!Charly Lester is the founder of the Lumen over 50's dating app. This week their Christmas tube advert has been under scrutiny, the image features Ulrika Johnson in a red night gown and stocking, offering a cheeky Christmas whim, but the badass ladies are debating what makes an image “too risqué” or “not appropriate” for an advert? For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/12/1912m 20s

Ep 308: Rewriting the Rules of Relationships, Gender and Shopping with Meg-John Baker and Janet Oganah

Meg-John Baker is the author of Gender: A Graphic Guide. They are rewriting the rules on relationships and gender and discussing with the badass women about what we expect from our relationships and gender as well. They explain why we all have a unique relationship with how we perceive our own gender.Meg-John tells the ladies that opening up the conversation around gender allows people to be free whilst feeling represented and have a sense of belonging, and they discuss the rise in hate crime’s against people who stretch the binary and challenge people's limited beliefs. Meg puts this down to a national fear of “otherness”.One of London's most exciting new shops Janet’s List is a concept store which is made up of business created and ran by women of colour, created by Janet Oganah, who wants to bring diversity to the British high-street in a really creative and unique way. The concept store is in London and you can find more information here. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/12/1937m 29s

Ep 307: Discovering The World Of Hypnobirthing with Siobhan Miller

Is it possible to remain cool, calm and collected during birth? The badass ladies are finding out!In the studio this week is Siobhan Miller the founder of “The positive birth company”.She’s teaching expectant mothers about, mindfulness, and other techniques that can relax and calm them during labour and ease your body and mind throughout the whole process.After having gone through a three day labour with her first child, Siobhan wanted to create more positivity around the birthing experience as all she could find was rather negative.You can access Siobhan’s services here: https://thepositivebirthcompany.co.uk/digital-pack?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI__K8hc6e5gIVRbTtCh3YwAyGEAAYASAAEgL22PD_BwEFor information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/12/1911m 29s

Ep 306: Born Running with Jason Livingston

World renowned Athlete Jason Livingston is live in the studio he tells the ladies the harrowing story of his dark childhood, and the events in his past that lead him to becoming an athlete. This episode may be triggering for some. As Emma Takes a week off Trisha Goddard joined Harriet and Natalie for this week’s Badass Woman’s Hour.At the age of 8 moving with his mother and her new partner who quickly became abusive toward Jason, having lived up until then with his loving West Indian grandparents, from a young age Jason was forced to change. His book “Born Running” documents his early career as an athlete and how pushing the boundaries of his own bodies became mistaken for doping, which went on to have a big affect on his first experience of the Olympics.If you need help with similar issues raised in this episode please visit the links below:https://www.refuge.org.uk/https://napac.org.uk/For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/12/1935m 34s

Ep 305: Having Mindful Sex with Kate Moyle

As the weather outside is getting colder, this week in the studio things are definitely getting hotter…..Sex therapist Kate Moyle is joining Harriet, Emma and Nat, to discuss mindful sex. This means getting out of our heads and into our bodies to take in all of the sensations we are experiencing during sex! Natalie says that to her being in the moment just feels like a prerequisite for a good time, so why do we need to be reminded to slow down during sex? Well as Kate explains self confidence, self doubt & work stress are all things that can play on our mind everyday and effect our enjoyment of sex so she shares some tips for having more mindful intimacy.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/11/1912m 11s

Ep 304: Working to Irradiate Violence Against Women with Laurie-anne Power, Di Carter and Hayley Nolan

Today is the international day for the irradiation of violence against women and we are looking at what is still to be done for women who are suffering as a result of violence.Joining the ladies in the studio is barrister Laurie-Anne Power, together they are discussing the tragic death of backpacker Gracie Millane, Laurie-Anne explains that consent cannot be given to any form of violence in sex and “rough sex” is no defence for causing death. Two women a year are dying as a result of “rough sex” and we cannot accept this as an acceptable thing for men to be used against women.The TV Network A&E have started an end abuse against women campaign to tell more stories of women facing violence Di Carter is the commissioning editor and producer of “Murdered by my husband” she explains why she felt these stories needed to be brought into the public attention. With a horrible fact that two women a week die from domestic abuse Di Talks about the work, she witnessed at help centre Refuge.And history is being re-written in the studio this week, the story of Anne Boleyn is being brought to light and the truth of Henry XIII behaviour toward his wife, and the truth of this historical tale. Hayley Nolan has written a book to bring to light the fact that everything your history lessons taught you about this tale was all lies!If you have been affected by issues raised in this weeks episode please follow these link for help and advice: https://www.refuge.org.uk/womensaid.org.ukhttps://www.endviolenceagainstwomen.org.uk/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/11/1939m 7s

Ep 303: Superstar's Little Sister with Nicola Wren

Imagine your dream is to be a star of the stage known around the world and then your sibling beats you to it, what is it like to live right next to the lime light, but not quite in it?Nicola Wren has witnessed the ups and downs of stardom from the sidelines because her older brother is the lead singer of Coldplay, Chris Martin. Stemming from an Edinburgh Festival Show Nicola has written a play about growing up with a dream of being a superstar but then.... your older sibling goes and does it before you! Nicola shares her love of comedy and play writing and working toward creating her vision and passion.Her one woman show "Superstar" is on at the southwark playhouse from the 26th November, find out more info here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/1911m 10s

Ep 302 Discovering the "Andropause" And Meeting a Badass Novelist with Dr Ippokratis Sarris & Lee Cockburn

1-7 couples will struggle to have a baby, is it becoming harder for women and men to have children? Or should we just be conceiving earlier?Harriet Emma and Natalie are getting into all things fertility and baby making! Dr Ippokratis Sarris is talking about why couples are finding it harder to conceive even with amazing advances in technology and the ladies learn about the “Andreno-pause” the name for the male menopause and everything that comes with it.Lee Cockburn is a police woman and former Rugby player and now crime thriller writer. Lee played rugby for 29 years and for her national team of Scotland of 15 years, and saw many victories during her time.She is now the frontline, although she’s seen it all in her time in the police, from getting black eyes to dealing with dead bodies, Lee talks through how she deals with some of the sadder says she has at work.Lee is now an author, she is penning some of the more interesting tales from her years working to inspire parts of her 4 novels. Her new book is out now  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/11/1933m 43s

Ep 301: Pregnant Then Screwed with Joeli Brearley

54’000 women face pregnancy discrimination at work every year, so how do we go about changing this and just how easy is it?The Badass ladies are talking to Joeli Brearley who is the founder of “Pregnant Then Screwed”, it started as a campaign after Joeli herself was fired from her job working at a children’s charity whilst 4 months pregnant. Pregnant then screwed is now a force for good supporting women all over the country in similar situations.They’re holding employers responsible for their actions toward pregnant employees, injustice’s that pregnant women face include being made to sign non-disclosure agreements to force silence, Joeli is giving voices to these women and their stories, aiming to change legislation by creating preventive laws like longer paternity leave, flexible working and childcare issues.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/11/1911m 5s

Ep 300: Women's attitude toward health and .... Glitter Boobs! with Radha Modgil and Sophie Tea.

This week we’re talking all things pain, pills and health with Radha Modgil and asking what can glittery boobs do for body image? with artist Sophie Tea.Dr Radha is an NHS GP who is sharing stories and trying to spread the message of preventative methods for physical and mental health.The badass ladies are discussing what women are going to the doctors for and the health problems that are bothering women more than men. They’re also tackling the UK’s addiction to prescription drugs that we may be overlooking to fix a problem that’s creating a much bigger one for our health.And where did the glitter boobs trend come from? Meet Sophie Tea the artist who was the first to take off her bra and get glittery for art!She wanted to help women’s body image by painting lots and lots of bodies, so she took to instagram and asked her followers for their nudes…… the next day she woke up to 1000 pictures of naked bodies, hear what she’s been doing with these images.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/11/1938m 54s

Ep 299: A Presenter, Author, Journalist Mum.... Badass! with Dawn O'Porter

Journalist, author and TV presenter Dawn O’Porter is chatting to Harriet, Natalie and Emma about her new book, social media identity, and her experience with the gender pay gap and being a woman in the media landscape.Hear as Dawn talks all about the themes of her new book; Being honest about who you are, in the times of filters and social media “perfection”. This is her 6th book! And Dawn tells us about her writing process and how she crafts the stories for her fiction novels, she thanks her roots in journalism for being able to delve deep into peoples stories and personalities when interviewing for her characters. "So Lucky" is out now.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/11/1911m 24s

Ep 298: What It Means to be an "AdoptyMum" and Sports Women of the Year Nominee! with Elena Holmes

Mum and author Elena Holmes is telling Harriet, Emma and Natalie about The process that her and her partner went thought to adopt their children, she addresses things that may have never even crossed your mind when thinking about brining children into your family and the overwhelming decisions that come with adoption, as well as the rewards of adoptive parent-hood.Having started a blog at the beginning of this journey Elena has now penned all of her thoughts and advice on becoming an adoptive parent into her new book “AdoptyMum: A Survival Guide To Life With Adopted Kids”In anticipation of the “Sports Women of the Year Awards” the Badass ladies are chatting to the nominee of the “Vitality Grassroots Award” Jacqueline who is the head of the Thames Valley Kings wheel chair basketball club, she started the club at age 19 for her friend who is in a wheel chair and didn’t have a club near to her, now 15 years later they’re still playing and as “gung-ho” as ever!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/11/1932m 37s

Ep 297: Being a Free-range Human and Re-writing Shakespeare with Marianne Cantwell & Miriam Teak-Lee

Imagine if Juliet had never killed herself after finding Romeo dead? One of the most tragic endings of all time has been re-written! Miriam Teak-Lee is the star of the brand new Westend musical: "& Juliet" which is all about the aftermath of Romeo of and Juliet’s lovestory, expect that, for Juliet this is just the beginning of it all. As Miriam explains the sound track to the musical is all iconic pop music from Britney Classics to Katy Perry. Find more info here.What makes you a free range human? Lots of space and organic food? Or is trying to create an alternative career for yourself, stepping out from the 9-5 office space and exploring what else you can deliver to the world? Marianne Cantwell she tells us about her new book “Be a Free Range Human: Escape the 9-5, Create a Life You Love and Still Pay the Bills”.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/10/1916m 9s

Ep 296: A Badass Reminder with Mandu Reid and Carrie Gracie

This week the Badass Woman's Hour was bumped for Brexit, as the coverage of the debates took place on the station, but don't worry you can escape the Brexit chaos here as Harriet is giving you her favourite interviews from the last six months.We'll hear from leader of the Equality Party Mandu Reid who want's to shake up the political system and rethink the way women are placed in society and we are reminded of the time the amazing Carrie Gracie was in the studio a few months back, Carrie was the whistle blower on the BBC pay gap issues, she stood up and gave her own case as the leading example to show that women working for the BBC were underpaid compared to their male counterparts, really inspiring stuff, Harriet, Emma and Natalie will be back as normal next week but we ho you like this reminder of some amazing women.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/10/1949m 17s

Ep 295:Instagram, Feminism and Figure Skating with Caprice and Eliza Batten

How do Instagram and Feminism relate to each other?American business woman and former fashion model Caprice Bourret is in the studio talking all things Dancing On Ice, from shin splints to big lifts, she is sharing all of her excitement about starting the show and learning a skill she has never tried before. And Caprice tells is what she has learnt from getting older and how the entertainment industry has responded and how her career has evolved.And also joining the badass ladies is Eliza Batten Made in Chelsea star who is currently writing her dissertation on Instagram and Feminism, within 12,000 words she’ll be delving into the social media platform, how it works and the impact it has on women and the view of the female body.Eliza tells us how the reality show is trying to change it’s ways by being more aware of the way it is portraying the female characters and aiming to be more supportive of the stars by offering therapy and counselling.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/10/1928m 6s

Ep 294: Getting Your Idea and Brand On Point with Kubi Springer and Olivia Ahn

A sanitary towel that disappears in water? Wondering how that would even work, that's what we're finding out.In the studio this week is Global branding expert Kubi Springer. She has been driven by the gender pay gap, as she wants to give people the tools to build their personal brand and to monetise their personal brand through her book which is an accumulation of advice from the past 24 years of her career and life working with some of the biggest names and brands in the world.And Kubi tells us, why branding is much like dating….And the ladies talk to Olivia Ahn who is the founder of the worlds first water soluble or “flushable” sanitary towel. After challenging her flatmate at uni to create a superior sanitary product, Olivia was amazed when he actually did!Polipop is looking to launch in summer next year, Olivia’s is creating change and its on it’s way! The pad that will breakdown in water preventing pads that are flushed from sitting in sewers and ending up in the ocean and rain fall on land-fill means they will wash away! Sounds amazing right?For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/10/1931m 25s

Ep 293: "A Rom Com Between Me and Allah" with Amrou Al-Kadhi

Writer, performer and muslim drag queen Amrou Al-Kadhi is telling us all about his new book “Unicorn”.In his work Amrou is aiming to bring together queer images and the middle east. He tells us how his relationship with his mum inspired his new show and parts of his book, and how his family have struggled with his career and drag act, as we hear, writing this in his book was a cathartic experience for him.And Amrou shares how fish and aquatic life helped him with his identity as a queer person.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/10/1924m 12s

Ep 292: A Beautiful Palette of Colours with Sabrina Washington and Funmi Feto

Harriet, Emma and Natalie are joined this week by Sabrina Washington, former member of 90’s girl group Mis-teeq, she is delving deep into what life was like as a rising star in an a girl group, talking about the differences between being a pop star in the 90’s compared to how the industry works now, how the girl group came to split and being put in a “box” for her race when working in the music industry. And we hear all about Sabrina’s transition from music making and song writing to home interiors, and her love for creating clam and serenity in the home.Funmi Fetto, has been a fashion and beauty writer for years, long enough to realise how rubbish the industry is for women of colour, she is aiming to help in the change.She has created a book which breaks down all of the misunderstanding of beauty for women of colour, as Funmi explain women of colour for years have had poor choice of make-up as the industry hasn’t really catered for anything other than Caucasian skin up until recent years. Her new book “Palette” contains Funmi’s tips tricks and her “tried and tested go-to” products and she is offering advice to women with a range of skin tones, types and colours.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/10/1940m 41s

Ep 291: Discovering the Badass of Drag with Tete Bang

Times are changing in the world of advertising, the advertising standards agency have put an end to stereo typical advertising, so cleaning brand Method have launched a new campaign "Drag Cleans" aiming to get more diverse faces into the media.Drag Queen Tete Bang is involved in the campaign and is in the studio talking to the badass ladies about all things drag, how it aims to include and offer a safe space for queer people and celebrate personality in all its glory! She tells us about the prejudice she has faced for being an open queer person in her small home town, Tete shines a light on the issues that still exist around pride and attitude toward LGBTQ+.Tete is in a new TV show "Drag SOS" which helps people break out of their shell through the confidence that drag can bring. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/10/1925m 55s

Ep 290: Get Your Sh*t Together! with Christine Armstrong and Shaa Wasmund

Lets prioritise the things in our life, stop trying to do it all and fix our sh*t!Christine Armstrong is sharing her tips on how we can set up things in our life so that we don’t get overwhelmed with all of the responsibilities we give ourselves. As more and more of us are trying to juggle parenting, home life, a social life and a working life, are we trying to do too much? Christine is busting the myth that it’s possible to do it all in her book Mother Of All JobsAnd bringing some of her positive energy to the studio Shaa Wasmund, the best selling author is telling the ladies about her new book How To Fix Your Sh*t which is providing you with the tools so that you can help yourself, she’s not telling you what to do, but how to get out of your own way!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/09/1928m 51s

Ep 289:The Secret Past Of Your Wardrobe and Sportswoman of the Year with Dana Thomas and Rebecca Myers

The amount we are buying is rising and rising and fast fashion is only benefiting from our consumeristic habits but somewhere in the system someone is paying the price. So is lab grown leather the answer?As Harriet takes a week off Claudia-Liza Armah is taking the job of hosting this week and is joining Natalie and Emma.Dana Thomas is talking all things fast fashion and sustainability in her new book “Fashionopolis” Having been fashion writing for 30 years she admits she wasn’t that aware of the state of fashion industry and the truth of sweat shops until she began digging and researching, she shares exactly what she found.With the Sportswoman of the Year Awards approaching the ladies are joined by journalist Rebecca Myers together they are reflecting on what a year it has been for women sports, with both the football and cricket world cups they are debating who will win.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/09/1934m 4s

Ep 288: The Magnificent Women That History Forgot with Henrietta Heald

Did you know that it was a women who made electricity in the home possible... why isn't she a household name? The badass ladies are finding out.As Harriet takes a week off Claudia-Liza Armah is taking the job of hosting this week and is joining Natalie and Emma.In the studio is Henrietta Heald who is educating the ladies on the history of the female engineers who changed the way we do things everyday, but who we're silenced and forgotten about and their stories that were lost in history! All of which is detailed in her new book: Magnificent Women and Their Revolutionary Machines.Henrietta is telling the ladies about the amazing creations of the women employed in the first world war to work as engineers, their amazing creations and the trails and tribulations they faced as 1920’s laws meant that the women who worked whilst the men were at war had to return to homemaking life once the troops were back. As Henrietta explains it is the centenary year of the Women’s Engineering Society, and how even in 2019 we still don’t have enough women engineers and the fact that the tales of these women should be told in schools to inspire the next generation of female inventors, scientists and creators.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/09/1921m 36s

Ep 287: The Scary Truth About Giving Birth In The UK with Sowda Ali and Candice Brathwaite

Is there racism toward pregnant Black Women in the UK? recent investigations would suggest so!Black women are 5x more likely to die from child birth than white women in UK, Sowda Ali a BBC Stories Producer created a shocking video to spread this vital message, she shares what she found in the process of researching for this piece.And the ladies also talk to Candice Brathwaite who has experienced the effect of systemic racism within the medical sector in the UK, She suffered very badly as part of the fallout from the dismissive responses she received from midwives after giving birth to her baby and having c-section that wasn’t cared for properly, it left Candice’s wound infected and she was separated from her newborn for 5 weeks. Candice is also the founder of "Make Motherhood Diverse Campaign”Candice says: “We are not seeing each others as equal” and the statistics reflect this, Emma and Natalie are asking why?Find the video here.And the founder of the sexier, and more feminist answer to Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory is sharing how she created her choco empire, Jo Fairley founder of Green and Blacks is joining the ladies in the studio to talk all things fair-trade food, share entrepreneurial tips and business inspiration.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/09/1919m 9s

Ep 286: Hormones and Stoma Bags with Hannah Witton

Monthly sore boob episodes are one of the things bothering Hannah Witton - Badass Women's Hour's guest. Hannah reveals all about how hormones affect us beyond our period, and talks candidly about life with a stoma bag. Her book "The Hormone Diaries" is out now.Find her on all the socials: @hannahwittonFor information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/09/1926m 19s

Ep 285: Life Changing lies and Standing Your Ground in the Workplace With Adele Parks and

Big, small, white, however big the lie, is it true that they’ll always come back to haunt you?Author Adele Parks returns to the Badass Woman’s Hour studio to share a vit about her new book “Lies, Lies, Lies”.When the main character finds out his family isn’t what he thought was, it leaves his wife with a lot of explaining to do, and this only the beginning of the string of lies he is yet to find out.And the ladies ask, what role does truth telling play in our relationship, is it all negative? Adele shares how she builds her deep and sometimes and dark characters, taking her inspiration from the most interesting aspects of people personalities.And Harriet, Emma and Natalie are exploring what gaslighting in the work place is and what the signs are, Natalie shares her recent experience of being undermined in the work place. The ladies get the option of Alex Holder a journalist who wrote an article introducing the concept.And Harriet asks is this term a bit too harsh for a work environment, considering it's strongly linked to abusive relationships? Alex gives some tips if you think you might be a victim of gaslighting at work.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/09/1922m 46s

Ep 284: “No woman left behind” with Carrie Gracie

Would you be willing to risk your whole career and financial stability in the name of equality? This week's guest did!We've got all three badass women back together this week, Harriet, Natalie and Emma are joined by Carrie Gracie, the BBC reporter who blew the whistle on the gender pay gap by coming out about the pay gap she experienced working for the BBC for 30 years.Her story shows how inequality was being swept under the carpet, and as she explains she was willing to put her self on the line and go public with her story and salary to help get women equal pay as Carrie says she worked with the intention of “no woman left behind”. She has documented every detail of her journey with this issue in her book “Equal”.And the ladies are looking at recent claims that men are not as willing to work with women after the fall out of the gender pay gap, and the #metoo movement, have they been scared off? For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/09/1928m 10s

Ep 283: 25’000 Selfies with Sarah Raphael and Naomi Shimada

Is social media improving your life or do you just find it a drain at times? We find out how its impacting our mental health. As Emma and Nat take a brake over the summer Harriets co-pilots this week are Amanda Prowse and Scarlett Douglas. They are talking to  Sarah Raphael & Naomi Shimada who are unpicking what Social Media is doing to our mental health and have documented it all in their new book, “Mixed Feelings”. Having been a model for 15 years instagram and twitter have been prevalent in Naomi’s life, she explains how she has mixed feelings about the impact she has online, both on her followers and on her self.They talking about the pressures that constant updates and seek peeks into others lives bring for us, and the ladies are asking; “are the kids ok?” How will a world of media, updates, status and likes effect the younger generation, with the average millennial estimated to take 25’000 selfies in a lifetime and “Face-tune” being the most paid for app in 2017, what is it doing to our self image and self esteem?They are also advising us on how can we use it as a tool for positivity, and some social media etiquette. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/09/1927m 18s

Ep 282: Forward Thinking Football with Eniola Aluko and Lucy Clark

As Emma and Nat take a brake over the summer Harriets co-pilots this week are Amanda Prowse and Scarlette Douglas.  Ex England lioness player Eniola Aluko is in the studio talking about growing up in the UK after moving from Nigeria at the age of one, how she longed to fit in as a child and the role that football played in this. Eniola’s new book They Don’t Teach This is out now and as we hear it is. An autobiographical novel in which she shares what she has learnt in life this far, from playing for England, to being a lawyer to finding the bravery to blow the whistle on racism within women football which caused her to loose her England career.She explains how the wise words of her mother steered her towards self validation, and standing up for her background and she says this is something she wants to pass this onto a younger generation of girls through her book. To embrace failure and use the energy you get from it to inspire you to get better for your next venture. And Harriet and the ladies are also joined by Lucy Clark the UK’s first transgender referee. She is talking about the experience of going back to work on the pitch with a new lease of life and everything in-between.She shares her life in football before transitioning, admitting she put it off for years with the concern of other people in her life at the forefront of her actions. Lucy says that Football saved her life by giving her something to focus on when he was younger.She also talks about starring in new film “Fanatical” which is trying to answer the question; Can you be a “Geezer or a real man” without liking football.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/09/1936m 55s

Ep 281: Being a Badass, Even In The Death Zone?! with Bonita Norris and Yewande Akinola

Harriet and Emma this weeks are joined by Actress and Disability Campaigner Samantha Renke.Engineer Yewande Akinola is explaining why there has recently been an increase in the up take of women and young girls going into STEM subjects and careers after years of hearing that “women just are interested” we are finally seeing a change.Yewande is talking about the work she does and the growth of technology and the way this is effecting engineering and other sciences.The youngest British woman to scale Everest, Bonita Norris is joining the ladies in the studio, they are amazed as they hear Bonita’s story of learning to climb in uni after going to a lecture about Everest, and setting her sights on the world highest heights.She talks us through the physical and mental affects of climbing so high, your body starts shutting down, nearing you to death!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/08/1935m 58s

Ep 280: The Hidden Power of Women with Rosemary Reed and Emma Kennedy

Who are the women who inspire you? And do you know the truth about what made them?Harriet and Emma this weeks are joined by Actress and Disability Campaigner Samantha RenkeRosemary Reed is joining the ladies to divulge them into the details of her new series on Sky “The Power of Women”The show takes two 2 powerful women In in conversation with each other about their lives, the highs, trails, adventures and true grit they have shown to achieve amazing things in their lives, Rosemary has managed to get guests such as Jane Goodall and Rose Mcgowen.Rosemary is sharing the behind the scenes details of directing the show and putting two amazing women together to bring out the most vulnerable sides of each other.And Author Emma Kennedy is the second lady to join the badass conversation this week, Emma is talking about her new book “The Things We Left Unsaid”. She believes that our perceptions of our parents aren’t necessary as we believe them to be, prompted by the death of her mother and realising that her mother had an undiagnosed mental illness, she says that this book is somewhat her working through her thoughts and feelings. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/08/1935m 58s

Ep 279: Nurturing Creative Flare with Laraib Atta

Harriet and Natalie are off again this week, so Emma is joined byThe ladies are talking to Laraib Atta Pakistan’s first and youngest Visual Effects Artist.From coming to the UK from Pakistan to being the only girl in her “VFX” class to being a mother, Laraib tell us all about the challenges she . has overcome to follow a creative passion and go one to see her work on the big screen.We also hear about the hurdles that came with trying to get into the industry as well as trying to meet the expectations of her parents, how Lariab is nurturing her sons creative interests, how she faced rejection after trying get back into the industry after having her son and taking a 5 year gap and the effect this had on her. And the ladies talk about encouraging our children without pressuring them into choosing a certain path.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/08/1915m 14s

Ep 278: The Stories That Make Us with Elizabeth Acevedo and Paola Diana

What do you do if you can't see yourself represented in the story books you're reading or giving to your children? .... Write your own of course!As Harriet and Nat take the week off Emma was joined by Lucy Beresford and Claudia-Lizah Armah, helping her bring the badass.First in the studio this week is Carnegie Medal winner Author Elizabeth Acevedo who is the first non white person to have won this award. The Ladies are talking about why Elizabeth was the first black ethnic minority Author to be given the award, they discus tokenism, and the representation of people of colour within literacy, both in the writers and the characters.She tells us about her past as a teacher, teaching 14 year olds who weren't able to identify with the characters in the books they were given to read, Elizabeth explains how this inspired her to write her own stories, and she gives us a little taste of her badass poetry. Also Writer and Actavist Paola Diana gives us a moral boost on the fight with feminism, Paola is the author of Saving the world- Women: The Twenty-First Century's Factor for Change, and she tells us about her violent experience growing up, and how this gave her the strength to start standing up not just for herself but for all women.Paola shares her passion in the hope to get us all to stand up for feminism, as well as explaining why all Fathers need to be feminists too.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/08/1936m 2s

Ep 277: “We will love whoever they will be” with Sarah Toms

How do you handle the situation when your child is questioning their gender?Harriett speaks to Sarah Toms who’s 12 year old son Charlie is transitioning to live as a girl. She offers her experience openly and honestly, telling Harriet the journey Charlie has been on, the small signs that her child was unhappy with their gender and the questions she and her husband had as well as how they are navigating this time and the steps they took. Sarah also talks about the amazing support they received from the school’s Charlie was in around LGBT issues and eduction. She gives her advice to people and other parents who may also be going through this too. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/08/1914m 22s

Ep 276: A Hand Full of Representation and Activism with Leanne Pero Kate and Ella Robertson

How often are you checking your breasts? Be a badass and grab life by the boobs!Leanne Pero is a breast cancer survivor, author and woman on a mission to share the stories of black and ethnic minority cancer patients.“I felt ashamed, I felt there was something wrong with me”, Leanne talks about the trauma of her diagnosis and chemo, and the stigma that black women face when diagnosed with cancer. She was told she had more chance of winning the lottery than actually having cancer when she initially tried to get a diagnosis at 31. Leanne is talking about her involvement with the new Coppafeel campaign and shining a light on black and ethnic minority cancer patients.She began blogging about her experience, and it wasn't long before she was contacted by women in similar positions who expressed their appreciation for seeing a Black Woman speaking out about cancer and mental health. Now Leanne is telling the untold cancer stories of Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority women making these women more visible on cancer campaigns encouraging people to check their breasts for lumps. And Kate and Ella Robertson are teaching us how to be an activist.Kate is the co- founder of the organisation One Young World which, “identifies, promotes and connects the world’s most impactful young leaders to create a better world” They’re talking about their book; “How to Make a Difference”, which as Kate explains stemmed from answering the questions she received - “how can I be more involved and take more action”.And the ladies explain the difference between “slack-tavism” and activism and how to integrate activism into our everyday lives.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/08/1935m 49s

Ep 275 "Nobody Tells Pop Stars the Truth" with Melanie Blake

Harriet Emma and Melanie Eusebe are joined by legendary Top of the Pops Talent Agent Melanie Blake, who has taken 30 years of experience in the television and music industry and crafted a griping, gritty and grasping fiction story.Melanie is talking about the true colours of celebrity culture, the dynamics of the media industry and how the balanced is tipped to favour men over women, as well as the stigma that she has experienced around targeting a mainstream audience with a story about working class, middle aged women, you can find more details of her book "Thunder Girls" here.She says she wants to provide escapism for women with stories full of glamour and gossip, to carry on a legacy of glitzy fiction stories and take over from Jackie Collins and some of her other favourite authors that have inspired her and provided her with comfort throughout life.She also reveals that she was brought up in a born again christian cult, with very strong beliefs and restrictions, as she explains, Jackie Collins novels became her escapism, before she actually managed to escape her family in Salford and arrived in London on her own with nothing all on her on her 17th Birthday.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/08/1927m 35s

Ep 274: Spreading Love and Standing Up For What You Believe In with Samantha Clarke and Juno Dawson

Would you get a tattoo that matched with 61 strangers all in the name of peace, love, and connection?Samantha Clarke is the “Happiness Consultant” behind a very unique tattoo project which aimed to bring several strangers from all over the world together in the name of peace and helping each other.“The World Piece” was created by Momondo a travel company from Denmark, Samantha facilitated the project and heard the personal and emotional stories of 61 people who became connected through a tattoo on their back, you can see the project here.  Juno Dawson, transgender author, is joining the ladies In the studio to talk about her new book Meat Market.Juno is talking about how she used her tool of fiction writing to show how she really wanted to express herself before she transitioned in 2013.Meat Market follows 16 year Jana as she embarks on a career in the fashion industry, however it doesn’t take long before the darker side of the industry begins to show, Juno felt she had to represent a story that is often too true but rarely spoken about or shone a light on this topic.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/07/1933m 51s

Ep 273: Love Your Body with Megan Crabbe

Angie Greaves and Lucy Beresford join Emma Sexton to talk Body Positivity with Mega Crabbe aka Insta Body Positivity Campaigner @bodyposipanda.Megan explains why health has nothing to do with feeling positive about your body, and that muffin tops should be pulled, prodded, poked and LOVED. If you've ever battled with a diet - Megan will be music to your ears. If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials as : @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/07/1922m 11s

Ep 272: Finding Freedom with Reham Khan

50% of women who are murdered in the UK are related to the person who killed them. So how do we spot signs of a violent relationship and get people the help they need?Joining Emma and Harriet is this weeks co-host Reham Khan she is sharing her amazing story of escaping a violent relationship after 12 years and now she wants to share her message of power to all women.Her Memoirs were the most controversial book to come out of Pakistan in years.Thorough her work with Womens Aid Reham is striving to help Migrant women who are victims of Domestic Violence and make people aware of what abuse is and the help that is actually available to women who need the support as well as showing them where the helping hand is and how they can access it even when they may have language and other barriers in-front of them.For help and Information on this topic visit: https://www.womensaid.org.uk/For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/07/1917m 16s

Ep 271: Fangirls and Fathers with, Hannah Ewens, Cally Beaton and Jordan Waller

We're delving into all things fandom and it's an Edinburgh Festival special, as two brilliant comedians share the creation of their shows for this year.Author Hannah Ewens is in the studio to talk about her new book “Fangirl”, looking into where does the young obsession of fingerling come from? from the Beatles to J Beebs young female fans have been a strong and loyal presence for years, so why do we often devote so much of our love an attention to these stars In our teenage years?Cally Beaton  is chatting to the ladies about taking a giant leap and becoming a comedian 5 years ago at 45. With an already well established career, she shares a life changing conversation with the legend that is Joan Rivers! Cally is heading up to Edinburgh for the third time with a new show about growing older as a woman, dating and visibility.And Jordan Waller returns to Badass Woman's Hour to update the ladies on his journey trying to work out who is biological father is. Jordan was a sperm donor baby and last time he was in the studio Jordan was telling the ladies about life growing up with two lesbian mothers, now he has been tracking down his Dad! He’s telling the ladies how he got on, and how he has been dealing also with the loss of his motherFor information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/07/1931m 20s

Ep 270: The Art Of Being Pre-rich with Emilie Bellet.

Harriet and Carrie Grant, who is stepping in for Emma and Nat this week, are joined by the founder of “Vest Pod” Emilie Bellet.Emilie gives her advice for saving, sharing her techniques that are instinctive and actually work for us, and how to instil a “saving mindset”.She is talking about how working in finance taught her that we need to re-evaluate where we’re at with our attitudes to savings.The ladies are talking about the fact that women are not receiving the financial education to manage their money effectively! Harriet and Carrie admit their own mistakes with money and as two self employed ladies they are asking “are freelancers spending money to earn money”? So, Emilie explains what the savings difficulties can be when you're self employed.Emilie's new book; "You're Not Broke You're Pre-Rich" is out now!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/07/1924m 3s

Ep 269: The Secrets Of Modern Slavery with Abda Khan and Anita Asante

There are 13,000 slaves in the UK and 48million slaves in the world right now, what are the signs of Modern slavery and how can we spot them.Harriet is joined this week by Carrie Grant who is sitting in as Natalie and Emma take time off over the summer.The ladies are joined by Lawyer and Writer Abda Khan are they are discussing her new book “Razia” in which the main character thanks she has encountered a victim of a Modern Slavery and Domestic Violence, we follow her as she tries to uncover this injustice.Abda is explaining to Harriet and Carrie what modern slavery looks like, the different forms it can take and how you can recognise the signs and why it’s so hidden even today.Abda says her first novel “Stained” helped many women to “rise above” the abuse they had experienced and report it to Police, she talks about how she has used the tool of fiction writing to expose issues that she comes across in her career as a lawyer and other topics she would like to tackle next.And we get a final fix of the Women’s World Cup from Anita Asante Pro player for Chelsea and England, she is debriefing the ladies on the response to this years world cup and the effect it will have on Women’s Football She shares how she started playing football as a kid and her journey to becoming Pro and how she has found being a woman in what is typically a “mans game” And Harriet and Carrie learn about the Adobe Stock campaign which is aiming to empower young women to join in the game by creating images of female football stars to be used in the media that young women can relate to and be inspired by.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/07/1934m 44s

Ep 268: "Ranting About Death" with Cariad Lloyd

Nobody is going to get away without experiencing death so why are we not talking about it openly and honestly?As Emma and Nat take some time off Harriet is joined by Amanda Prowse, together they are talking to comedian and podcaster Cariad Lloyd, discussing her podcast "Griefcast" in which she tires to break down the fear of talking about death within society!Griefcast delves into the "weird, odd and strange bits" of what happens when somebody dies and how grief can affect us all!After loosing her dad at 15, Cariad had to deal with grief very young, joking that she “got to the party early”, now she is having open and honest conversations with other people who have lost loved ones and is creating a space for them to share stories and feelings we feel to awkward to share in everyday life.Harriet, Amanda and Cariad talk about how deep and Multi faceted grief can be! And Cariad says she believes the more the subject of death is spoken about the more we can help people when they're struggling with grief, she is trying to get people to have those “last conversations” now before it's too late and explains her motivation for the podcast; to give people something positive in a very dark time, "providing something that wasn’t there when I needed it!"And she shares what she wishes EVERYBODY knew about grief.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/07/1925m 3s

Ep 267: Turning Pain into Power with Maggie Oliver and Amy Jones

What do you do when you know there are injustices happening and the people who are meant to be "the do-gooders" just wont listen to you?Are to-do lists actually an affective way of organising our days? Or is it just causing us to be over critical and set expectations for ourselves too high!Amy Jones, writer and podcaster talks to the badass ladies about her obsession with trying to organise her life and constantly writing To-Do lists. After starting her first post grad job Amy says she used to-do lists to make herself feel like she was being Uber-productive, but as a result she found that she started confusing social time with her work time and tasks.Amy shares with Harriet and Amanda what it has taught her about life, mindfulness, her depression, anxiety and the way she treats herself day to day! Her new book The To-Do List and Other Debacles is out now.Maggie Oliver the Detective that revealed the truth of the Rochdale grooming scandal, she is talking about the journey of detailing her experiences in her new book survival.Maggie is sharing the deeper story to what was going on her life at the time of the scandal in 2004 & 2005. She is explaining to Harriet and Amanda the battle she faced trying to get justice for the victims of the rochdale scandal, the stress and frustrations as she was repeatedly ignored and turned away by higher ranked officers.She tells the ladies about stepping out after the death of her husband and travelling to Borneo to raise money for bowel cancer, and they are blown away by Maggie’s amazing resilience to the difficult cards she has been dealt in life. Ultimately Maggie says that it’s her life skills that meant she was able to have family open up to her so that she could rebuild damage relationships.And She talks through her vision as she sets up the “Maggie Oliver Foundation” helping women and young girls who have been victims of violent behaviour to “transform their pain into power.”Her book Survivors can be found here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/07/1946m 34s

Ep 266: "It's just a vagina guys!" with Karen Hobbs

Could you imagine being diagnosed wit cancer.... and then having people blame it your sexual history?!Karen Hobbs Comedian and writer at the Eve appeal and cervical cancer survivor joins Harriet, Emma and and Scarlette Douglas who is sitting in for Natalie as she take some time off.They are reacting to the news that a recent Lancet review of 65 studies covering 60 million people showed a fall in HPV cases and in pre-cancerous growths, meaning that. HPV vaccine might eradicate cervical cancer in several years.Karen shares her journey with cervical cancer, how she was diagnosed, treated and that everyday since her operation she has been on a mission to educate people on HPV and end stigma around smear tests and cervical cancer. The ladies in the studio have an honest and open chat about cervical screening and sear tests and Karen wants everyone to know…. “its just a vagina guys”!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/07/1913m 16s

Ep, 265: Badass Pride with Phillip Baldwin, Tyrone Huntley and Kait Borsay

In 2017 -2018 LGBTQ hate crimes rose by 144%,how can we change views and make this the most amazing and powerful Pride celebration yet?Harriet, Emma and Scarlette Douglas who is sitting in for Natalie as she take some time off, speak to Philip Baldwin LGBT and Human Rights Activist, who is telling them about the theme of this years pride which is The Stonewall Riots, paying respect to some of the earlier and amazing LGBTQ activists, and Phillip shares that 11,600 Hate Crimes where reported from 2017 -2018 a rise of 144%, in a time that seems to be more open than ever about LGBTQ issues why are these numbers still rising by so much? And Phillip talks about some of his experiences being a gay christian man, and his views on LGBTQ issues and Religion.Harriet, Emma and Scarlette are joined by Tyrone Huntley star of “The View Upstairs” a new Westend musical which is inspired by the attack that happened on the people of the “The Upstairs Lounge” which was a LGBTQ bar in New Orleans. The attack happened in 1973, but Tyrone shares what he learnt about the lives of the people who were involved and how far views and rights surrounding LGBTQ issues have come in less than 50 years.And they discuss how musical theatre allows strong messages and important stories to be conveyed on stage whilst also celebrating the LGBTQ community!Tyrone also gives us a little snippet of what the musical holds in store for us!Tickets and info on “The View Upstairs” can be found here.And Kait Borsay Host of “The Offside Rule Podcast” is back in the studio giving the Badass ladies another update on the Women’s world cup particularly in their most recent match against Norway….can the lionesses finally Bring football home?For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/06/1934m 43s

Ep 264 : “I’m on a mission to change attitudes to ageing” with Jo Blackwell

Jo Blackwell is the author of 'Oh Crap - I'm 50!' and is offering a helping hand to women who are possibly heading into a "mid-life crisis".Jo explains what peri- menopause is and the affects that it can have on women, she shares her own experience; as Jo was approaching 50, to battle the anxiety and depression that came with her peri menopause, she started a blog and began writing about her "mid-life crisis" Jo found an audience who connected with what she had to say, and now she has written a whole book sharing her thoughts and emotions on everything from, her marriage, turning 50 and losing a part of her identity when her last child left home. Jo says she is "on a mission to change attitudes to ageing” showing women there is an amazing life post 50!Also Harriet and Emma break down their own fears around approaching "mid-life" and Jo gives the both some wise words of wisdom!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/06/1915m 17s

Ep 263: "Higher. Faster. Longer."With Wally Funk and Sue Nelson

Have you heard of Mercury 13? The all female team of astronauts who never actually made it into space?First up the badass Ladies Harriet and Emma are joined this week by by Anjula Mutanda author and psychologist who's is sitting in for Natalie! they are making the most of having her in the studio and are breaking down some of the most recent couplings in the Love Island Villa! they're taking Yewande and Danny's relationship, their "attachment types" and why they might not be the best for each other?!The Ladies are joined by Wally Funk the ultimate badass role model for women in space! It has been 50 years since the infamous Apollo 11 left for space in 1969, but what about the lesser known Mercury 13? Wally Funk was one of the 13 women who passed all the same test as the men of Apollo 11 but their mission into the solar system never actually took place. Wally shares her infatuation for aviation and says she had her first flying lesson at just age 9!Wally is joined by science writer Sue Nelson who has taken all of Wally's incredible stories and made them part of aeronautical history documenting everything in her book; Wally Funk's Race for Space: The Extraordinary Story of a Female Aviation Pioneer.Harriet Emma and by Anjula hear about her strength in carrying on despite not achieving her dream of going into space when she had passed all the relevant tests, Wally carried on taking aeronautical tests, exploring aviation, and even going to become an investigator, she shares some of the details of her amazing life and career, Higher Faster Longer is her motto for anything she takes on in life and her passion for life is evident!Wally speaks about the freedom her mother gave her as a child the life lessons she was taught asa child and how living close to Native Indians made her the strong tenacious woman she is today, we also hear about the sexism that female astronauts have faced over history!Wally will finally make it into space at the age of 80! After decades of work, training and a pure love of space travel Wally is planning on travelling with Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/06/1933m 4s

Ep 261: "I can't get over the fact that MY music helps others!" with Marie White; Winner of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition

"I can't get over the fact that MY music helps others!" Marie White has gone from learning to write songs whilst recovering from a broken knee to Glastonbury!!Our Badass Ladies Harriet, Emma and guest host Amanda Prowse are joined Winner of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition 2019 Marie White.Marie will be performing across 4 stages over the festival and is sharing her thoughts, feelings and nerves with the ladies ahead of her Glasto debut. Marie admits she started making music as a way to channel her energy and focus her attention after a knee operation left her unable to play sports, as a teenager she thought she would end up in an athletic career, now, she's amazed that her words and songs are moving people to tears!She says that her music is so personal and compares it to letting people read through her diary, although, she struggles to listen to her own music and even admits to getting a "bit sweaty" in the studio as Harriet and Emma play Marie's new track "I Want You To Know" the song isn't played on the podcast but can be heard here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/06/198m 38s

Ep 260: “We're the new kids on the block in politics." The Voice Behind The Women’s Equality Party : Mandu Reid

How much do you know about the “new kids on the block in politics”? Forget Brexit party it’s The Women’s Equality Party!Harriet, Emma and Amanda Prowse are joined by Mandu Reid leader of the The Women’s Equality Party talk about being a black woman in politics and standing up to represent people who don't see themselves in UK politics currently.Coming from parents who lived with apartheid, Mandu shares with the Badass women her journey of getting into politics and the life changing event that caused her to join the Women's Equality Party, who, in the past few years have grown in support and managed to have an influence on the country with a "shoestring" budget and a small amount of airtime and media coverage.She talks leading the way for the other major parties on various issues Mandu and her team have brought to light and seen policies start to change. Despite the name, Mandu is keen to have full representation in the party and recognises that Women’s Equality Party needs to embrace and fairly represent as many societal and minority groups.The ladies also discuss the prospect of Boris Johnson being the UK's next prime ministerAnd how are England's lionesses fairing in France at the Women's World Cup? But why aren't we just calling it ..... The World Cup?! Harriet, Emma and Amanda are chatting to host of football podcast "The Offside Rule" Kait Borsay.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/06/1929m 35s

Ep 259: Creating Theatre to Inspire The Next Generation with Tuyet Van Huynh and Tuyen

“Feeling a responsibility Representing a community that have never seen themselves on stage” what's the experience of creating theatre for minority groups?Tuyet Van Huynh and Tuyen Do the writer and producer of the first piece of Vietnamese theatre to be staged in the UK are joining Harriet, Emma and author Amanda Prowse to share the experience of realising Tuyen's story in theatre.Summer Rolls follows main character "Mai" over 20 years, the audience sees as she uses photography as a tool to portray her feelings of being a child of "dual identity as a second generation immigrant".Tuyen Do talks about finding the confidence to share this story, to write from her lived experience and find her own voice within theatre. She explains that whilst writing the play she felt a "responsibility in representing a community that have never seen themselves on stage”.Tuyet Van Huynh the producer, tells the badass ladies that she was striving to create roles within the crew for minority groups, representing women of colour in theatre and how the ladies are hoping to inspire the next generation of artists who are of Vietnamese decent to make their visions and lived experience a creative reality.Summer Rolls is on at The Park Theatre from June 19th, you can find tickets here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/06/1910m 37s

Ep 258: Makeup-less, Fat, Defiant, Happy and Still Badass! With Sofie Hagen, Mega Mohan and Poorna Bell

How often do you go makeup-less to work, and would you ever expect a complaint for not wearing a full face?!Harriet, Emma and author Amanda Prowse are joined by BBC Gender & Identity Correspondent Megha Mohan who this week did one of her news broadcasts bare-faced, she was so shocked by the response she had from the public about her fresh faced appearance, one person even saying she looked ill!Even in 2019 Are we still judging women on their appearance more than the message they are trying to get across, the Badass ladies are discussing!“I did want to just be somewhere where I didn’t have to worry about someone else’s reaction or assessment of where I was at with my grief”Author and journalist Poorna Bell is sharing the story behind the creation of new her book "In Search of Silence" . Reflecting on life after a horrific day four years ago when her husband took his own life, and the journey this has taken her on as she tries to navigate what the world is expecting of her now everything has changed, and how she has re-evaluated the markers for a successful life.We also learn that Poorna is also pretty badass Power Lifter! she shares how she has gained not just physical strength but much more emotional strength too!Comedian and writer Sofie Hagen joins the ladies to talk about her new book “Happy Fat”.She’s explaining the meaning behind ‘Fat Activism’ and the moment she realised fatness was more than just “failing” at a diet, and that in fact she was adopting completely the wrong mind set, one that was based on what society is telling us about fatness and what body size and what Is ‘good’ and ‘bad’!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/06/1939m 24s

Ep 257: Catching D**ks and Puberty Part Two with Dr Shahzadi Harper and London Hughes

Being sent silk pants and asked to rub her thighs isn’t quite the type of groupie attention comedian London Hughes was hoping for when she started stand up…..Natalie and Harriet are away this week so Emma is joined by Angie Greaves and Amanda Prowse.London Hughes joins the ladies in the studio to talk about her new Edinburgh Fringe show “How to Catch a Dick”. London shares her hilarious frustrations with being single, and waiting on her groupies to show up for her!Also joining the ladies is Dr Shahzadi Harper who runs The Harper Clinic a Menopause clinic.Shahzadi shares the truth about reaching the menopause and all of the effect’s it will have on a woman’s bodies, or as Angie calls it “puberty part two”.Shahzadi has conducted a large amount of research on women entering the menopause, and her knowledge brings an element of comfort to Angie and Amanda to know they’re not the only one’s suffering with particular symptoms.Shahzadi also breaks down some of the fears and myths around HRT (hormone replacement treatment) as well as the change that men experience in their 50’s that isn’t as often spoken about.Emma is also keen to keep the conversation around menopause and feeling sexy alive!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/06/1921m 21s

Ep 256: Healing a Broken Heart and Soothing an Introverted Soul with Grace Carter and Jessica Pan

"My dad broke my heart before anyone else ever did.”Natalie and Harriet are away this week so Emma is joined by Angie Greaves and Amanda Prowse, the ladies discuss whether they’re Extravert or Introvert, all of the qualities that define to two and everything in-between they are joined by author Jessica Pan who is sharing the story behind her book “Sorry I’m Late I Didn’t Want to Come.”A Self-proclaimed “Sh-introvert” (shy Introvert) Jessica spent 12 months forcing herself to be an extrovert. The book documents what she learnt . from saying yes to things that would terrify most introverts, from stand up comedy, public speaking and talking to strangers on the tube."My dad broke my heart before anyone else ever did.”Singer-songwriter Grace Carter also joins the ladies in the studio, she shares her emotional story of how she started making music and the power of being vulnerable. "My dad broke my heart before anyone else ever did,” Grace explains that she was given a guitar by her step Dad and began learning to write songs to heal the emotions she was feeling as a young teen having grown up without her father.Hear as she breaks down some of the meanings behind her songs showing the power of her words and how they are helping so many other people that find struggle with similar family issues.Grace launched her career through YouTube and was her own manager for a while two years, Grace shares her views on being a young mixed race female entering into the music industry today.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/06/1930m 29s

Ep 255: Being Badass After Life Changing Surgery with Hayley Sparkes

"Your whole world opens up, all of a sudden and it’s like a miracle.”The Badass Ladies our joined by TV presenter Hayley Sparkes who is sharing her journey dealing with Auto - immune disease, Ulcerative colitis, since the age of 7.She talks about the anxiety she dealt with as a teen and the affect it had on so many aspects of her life before she had surgery aged 14. Now having had lived with a colostomy bag and further surgery Hayley says this changed her life and even as a teenager gave her a new lease of life an appreciation for the little things.Harriet is amazed by her openness on such a sensitive topic but Hayley says that she is so willing to kick the embarrassment around Ulcerative colitis and make people suffering with it more positive.And actress Louise Jameson  talks to Harriet, Emma and Natalie about the new play she is starring in currently, Vincent River. The show is about hate crime which is just as much of an issue in todays culture as it was 20 years ago when the script was written, Louise explains.She about talks the Intimacy of the theatre that she is performing in and the dynamic this has on the relationship with the audience.The ladies discuss female representation especially over a certain age and how this is improving with the roles we are seeing in new TV programmes. And we hear what Louise still wants to do with her career going forward at the age of 68. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/05/1924m 51s

Ep: 254, Finding Normality Through Music with Talia Dean

“The only thing I knew how to ground myself with was music.”After Fridays news of Theresa May’s departure from Number 10 in June, Harriet, Emma and Natalie discuss the legacy that she leaves behind, and how they feel about the treatment she received and the state of Brexit as we move into a new chapter.Talia Dean, former X factor contestant joins the ladies in the studio and shares her struggle with postnatal depression whilst she was on the show.Talia talks about the pressure of being a new mum and hearing everyone else's opinion on how she should raise her child and how it took its toll on her mental health. After giving birth to her son, Talia says she was shocked by The change that happened and the emotion that came with it.She was searching for normality in a time of confusion and change at home, this is what lead her to auditioning for the show and her X factor journey as she knew she took such comfort in performing, Talia says this is when she feels most comfortable, despite dealing with dark times after suffering a miscarriage just months before her X factor audition.Talia’s next adventure is with her new Band "King's Daughters” and she tells the ladies about working with Brian May on their most recent song.For support with post natal depress and more information on Perinatal, follow the below link.https://www.england.nhs.uk/mental-health/perinatal/For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/05/1937m 24s

Ep 253: Understand Racism in British Sport and Beyond with Derek A Bardowell

“For anyone who is black and trying to cope with life in this country, It’s incredibly tiring!”Derek A Bardowell joins Harriet, Natalie and Emma in the studio to talk about his new book No Win Race.Derek places a spotlight on racism in British sport, looking at why we are seeing a lot of black players but very few in higher and managerial positions. He shares his experience of being a black person growing up in modern Britain, and how looking through the lens of sport in this country we can see the bigger picture of the racism that is still a pervading issue. Derek tells the Ladies that we need to be recognising the "dual identity" of England and that this is how it achieves it's success’s not just in football but in all aspects of power in this country.They also discuss how do we change boardrooms and other rooms of power to be more diverse, rather than having decisions made by people who are not living and have never experienced the issues that need addressing. “We need someone who lives and breathes it who is making those key decisions.”Dereks book No Win Race A Story of Belonging, Britishness and Sport is out now.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/05/1921m 34s

Ep 252 Badass Women Are Stronger In Numbers! with Athena Lamnisos and Tamara Gillan

In 2019 why are men making life chaining decisions impacting women and their bodies? whilst at the same time our "feminine hygiene" is putting a near 42 billion into the economy! How can we re-claim our rights and financial power?This week Harriet Emma and Natalie discuss the dark side of the recent Alabama abortion bill. And talk about what should men be doing in response. The ladies also talk about the current unbelievable abortion laws in Northern Ireland and how we need grow the conversation around this topic and ways to our show support.For more information and support around abortion click here.Why aren’t woman confident in investing their money?From the things we are sold in society to a lack of support behind female entrepreneurs, Tamara Gillan explains why women are less likely to chat about cash and invest their money in the right places. Tamara is the founder of The WealthiHer Network, she joins the badass ladies in the studio and shares her own failures with money in the past and how she rose from this aiming to make women more educated in how to invest their money and grow their wealth.Pads, tampons, gels, bronzers and eggs, what do our vulvas and vaginas really need? By 2022 the feminine care industry is set to reach 42.7 billion, however are we being sold “shame in a bottle” and why are cervical screens at a low, is our self esteem around our vaginas putting our health at risk? The ladies talk to Athena Lamnisos CEO of UK research charity “The Eve Appeal” which is “national charity raising awareness and funding research into the five gynaecological cancers”. Athena talks all things vaginas, being more educated as to what our vaginas want and showing a bit more love to what's in your pants!Check out their campaign “Get Lippy” which is opening up the conversation around genealogical health.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/05/1949m 32s

Ep 251: Sex Robots and Poker?! with Natalie Lue and Liv Boeree

Are humans really meant to be monogamous, and what can sex robots do for relationships?Natalie Lue relationship expert discuss' with Harriet Emma and Nat what defines cheating and where is the line between that and monogamy she also shares the benefits of an open relationship what conversations should we be having in our own relationships.  And professional poker player Liv Boeree shares how she has learnt the tactics to be become one of the best poker players in the country, and how she won 1.25 Million in on of her most lucrative weeks.Liv says that poker has taught her a lot about emotions and some unexpected life lessons.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/05/1929m 34s

Ep 250: Time to Change the Conversation Around Domestic Abuse with Natalie Collins

How would you feel if your partner came home with flowers or tickets to the theatre?Emma and Natalie are on holiday this week so Harriet is joined by Jenni Trent Hughes and Carrie Grant.Natalie Collins shares her heartbreaking story of being broken by domestic violence and her incredible journey of recovery.She explains how something as simple as flowers or tickets to the theatre, for some women are small signs of manipulation and abuse.On average women are abused 35 times before they actually report it, and do so 5 times before they receive the help they need, Natalie explains why services are stretched so thin and what can be done to change the conversation around domestic abuse.She now works with victims and abusers making changes and challenging views which we revive from society in the media, porn and politics about how women behave and how they should be treated, as well as talking about the real reason we have a victim culture.Harriet, Jenni and Carrie discuss with Natalie how to define domestic abuse in today's “digital culture” and how we can raise children to ask questions, challenge societal norms, respect themselves and their relationships.Her book Out of Control: Couples conflict and the capacity to change, reflects upon her own experience combined with what she has learnt through working with victims and perpetrators and is out now.If you would like help and advice around domestic violence please click here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/05/1927m 38s

Ep 249: The Strength to Rise From Adversity with Jacqueline de Rojas and Beth French

“I spent most of my childhood trying to be invisible”Emma and Natalie are on holiday this week so Harriet is joined by Jenni Trent Hughes and Carrie Grant.Joining them in the studio the President of Tech UK Jacqueline de Rojas, she breaks down the figures behind the lack of women in the tech industry, she explains why more women need to be involved in the industry. And tells her own journey of climbing the ladder and reaching the top of tech, she says: “The only way to survive in this role is to ask questions”.Jacqueline also shares her incredibly moving and brave story of her violent childhood, rising from adversity and still striving to be where she is today.Also in the studio is Beth French marathon swimmer. Beth tells Harriet, Jenni and Carrie how she has been dealing with ME through childhood and teenage years and becoming a single mum. Whilst juggling all of this Beth decided to take on Ocean 7, a series of swims across 7 global Channels designed to challenge a swimmer pushing them to their limits.She also talks about the new documentary following her 7 seas adventure: Against the tides, oh and swimming next to a 7 foot tiger shark… yep!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/05/1935m 45s

Ep 248: Expressing the Heartbreak of Still Birth with Antonia Desplat and Edward Japp

"People just don't know what to say", why creating conversation around still birth will help women all over the country.On this instalment of Badass Woman's Hour extra bits, Harriet, Emma and Nat are joined by the duo behind Luna Moon Productions, Edward Japp and Antonia Desplat, as they talk about their new film Held for a Moment "following the heartbreaking journey of a young woman after a stillbirth.".They talk how thier personal and family experiences of still births and fertility issues inspired them to make a film around the topic. The pair discuss how they aim to create more conversation, to educate people about still birth and how to comfort people in our own lives that that have to deal with heartbreak like this.If you would like some help and advice around still birth go to the Sands website.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/04/1912m 26s

Ep 247: Finding the Feminist side of Henry VIII with Stephanie Levi John

What can the tudors teach us about race and gender diversity? You’d be surprised!Stephanie Levi-John joins the badass ladies in the studio this week to chat about her role in the new Amazon Prime series “The Spanish Princess”. The show shines a light on the story of Catherine of Aragon, a Spanish princess promised to the English throne since birth.She talks how she researched for the role and delved into the Tudor history, and found ways of mixing this with todays society and her own personality.Stephanie explains how “The Spanish Princess” is showcasing female character's strength and diversity, despite this being a story involving King Heny VIII, not known fondly for his actions toward women!She also discuss' all of her side hustles, as well as acting Stephanie is a reiki practitioner and is lending her hand to writing as she plans a one woman show.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/04/1911m 54s

Ep 246: Badass In The Buff With Natasha Devon

Are you comfortable enough with your squidgy bits and saggy bits to bare all on the beach? or does the thought of it make you cringe?Natasha Devon MBE, host of Channel 4’s new show The Naked Beach talks body positivity, the version of naked we've become used to seeing in the media, how this is damaging and helping people to get over their fear of the naked body.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/04/1916m 15s

Ep 245, Badass Car Boot Bargins, and Changing Beauty Standards!

This week the badass ladies discuss some of the weeks most eye catching news stories and how bad is a G&T on the train the after all ? Jo and Sophie founders of, La Norme Beauty  explain how, there is no such thing as "normal" and how they are pushing the boundaries of the beauty industry. And Shivonne Graham joins Harriet, Nat and Emma in the studio to talk about a boot sale in the name of women for women international helping women who have been victim of war, conflict, and violent situations in their country, and bringing together the sisterhood! She inspires me Car Boot.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/04/1936m 2s

SPECIAL: June Sarpong in Badass Bookclub

For this months Badass Bookclub June Sarpong author of Diversify, Six Degrees of Integration joins Harriett to talk; racism, sexism, agism and what “ism” you might have an unconscious bias toward, what it means to be other and why diversity works for everyone.June explains how she had to face up to her own unconscious bias, and how this kick started started her journey of writing the book.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/04/1918m 33s

Ep 244, Millennial Money Making, Fly-Fishing, Acting and Activism with Siobhan McSweeney

Forward thinking entrepreneur Angelica Malin tells the badass ladies how she took the leap straight from university to setting up a business. Malin started About Time website and magazine, and shares her tips for navigating the often intimidating world of self-employment.After recently getting into fly fishing, Claire talks about how she found the sport, how she’s now helping other women give it ago too, and whats its taught her might just surprise you!Siobhan McSweeney from hit TV show Derry Girls joins the ladies in the studio and talks how the show has given her a platform to continue campaigning political issues and Harriet shares how she has related to the show, in her own way.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/04/1944m 32s

Ep 243: Delivering Realness On Instagram and Diversifying Coronation Street with Chelsea Outram

Chelsea Outram tells us about the dose of realness she delivering on Instagram, sharing pictures of her stretch marks and empowering women who might be feeling insecure about their body image, she talks, facing backlash, #feelingmyself and plus size models.And the Badass Ladies discuss the recent addition to legendary British soap opera Coronation Street, as they have the 1st black family in their entire 60 year history!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/04/1936m 55s

Ep 242: Killing Your Monsters with Beth McColl And A Beneficial Affair?

Could an affair save your marriage?The Badass ladies discuss the recent boost in people using Ashley Maddison, a dating website especially for affairs, and whether non-monogamy could actually be beneficial for your relationship?Author Beth McColl joins the ladies in the studio and shares the motivation behind writing her book How To Come Alive Again. She talks positive self care and how she is breaking down mental health issues in a way that means we can all understand ourselves a little better!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/04/1937m 40s

Ep 241: Growing Up LGBT with Max Morgan.

For this week's Extra Bits LGBT Campaigner Max Morgan joins Harriet and Emma to discuss the recent protests against LGBT education in Birmingham schools, and share his journey of growing up gay under section 28 in the 80’s & 90’s meaning that LGBT support services were shut down due to funding, a lack of information and the feeling of isolation meant he didn’t come out until the age of 37.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/04/1915m 19s

Ep 240: Dangerous Cosmetic Surgery with Leanne Brown And Inspiring Autistic Children with Carrie Grant

Real House Wives of Cheshire Star Leanne Brown speaks to Harriet and Emma after one of her recent Instagram posts caught the eye of the Badass ladies and they were keen to know more. Leanne talks about her breast implants and the problems that she has experienced and the lesser talked about dangers behind breast procedures.Vocal Coach Carrie Grant talks to Harriet and Emma about the up's and downs of raising 4 children with special needs the changes it has made to her life, the effects of misdiagnosis, especially in teenage girls. And Carrie shares her experiences to give invaluable advice to other parents also dealing with children on the autism spectrum.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/03/1934m 43s

Ep 239: Wise Words From Tom Read Wilson

Not many people would compare Celebs Go Dating to a Jackson Pollock work of art.....Tom Read Wilson speaks to the Badass ladies about his role as the Celebs Go Dating receptionist and his take on this years celebs, Tom also shares some of his poetry and has a special treat for Harriet, Emma and Nat. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/03/199m 38s

Ep: 238, Healing With Words and Empowering Women Everywhere.

Joining Harriet, Nat and Emma in the studio this week is motivational speaker Tulsi Vagjiani, she tells the Badass Ladies about a life changing plane crash leaving her with third degree burns, Tulsi shares how she feel about her scars and her feelings about living in such a instagram-able, visual and aesthetic obsessed world.Tennis Player Lilli Mills and her mum Talulah share Lilli's story of competing in the Special Olympics, and most recently travelling to Abu Dhabi.Brita Fernandez Schmidt explains how she has been raising awareness of the Me too movement as well as tackling sexual violence around the world and the journey of founding Women for Women International aiming to empower women around the world to reach their full potential. Brita, shares how we can all affect change for Women over the globe.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/03/1946m 51s

Ep 237: Is It a Man's World? with Caroline Criado Perez and Avoiding Overwhelm with Steph Douglas

Why are women not receiving equal medical care to men in 2019?Caroline Criado Perez joins the ladies in the studio and she explains why we need to conduct better research into medical issues and how they behave female body rather than defaulting male case studies and applying a “one size fits all” approach. Her new book Invisible Women, is out now.Steph Douglas founder of thoughtful gift company Don't Buy Her Flowers shares her own struggles with overwhelm as a business owner and mum of three. She tells how actually it’s okay to drop out of things we feel committed to doing, social events, family, kids, work, what we CAN say no too.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/03/1956m 26s

Ep 236: Being the Bravest, Best, Most Badass and Version Of Yourself with Rose McGowan.

Actress, Writer and Activist Rose McGowan Joins the Badass Ladies in the studio as she talks growing up in a cult and being runaway teen, as well as coming out as one of the fist to make allegations against Harvey Weinstein. Rose shares where she stands on #metoo, navigating the Male-centric world of Hollywood and the cathartic experience of putting it all into her new book Brave.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/03/1946m 3s

Ep 235: Twenty-Three Years of Battling Cancer With Angelica Fenney

Angelica Fenney shares her story of Badass bravery fighting a 23 year long battle with cancer, receiving diagnosis after diagnosis. She tells Harriet, Nat and Jenny Trent Hughes about how she became an ambassador for Models of Diversity working to get more models with a range of abilities, sizes and ethnicities into the fashion industry.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/03/1918m 45s

Ep 234: Shining a Light on Ageism with Annabel Giles and a Period Poverty Breakthrough with Amika George

Is Britain an ageist country? And do we need to change how view age and life as we get older?Harriet and Natalie are joined by Jenny Trent Hughes as Emma takes a week off.Annabel Giles joins the badass ladies in the studio to discuss older women and ageism in the workplace, the dating world and the “unspoken rules” we seem to have around getting older and how we react to that with our standards and beliefs.And teenage activist Amika George talks about campaigning for the injustice around period poverty in the UK and how it has created change in parliament resulting a new government scheme to provide free sanitary product in UK secondary schools. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/03/1937m 21s

Ep 233: Having Those Awkward Conversations and Celebrating Amazing Women.

How do you feel talking about mortgages, salaries and spending habits? Cringe? What about having the breakup chat with troubling friends? Harriet Nat and Emma are talking all the taboo topics on this weeks show.Alex Holder talks about her new book and explains why we could all benefit from talking about our finances a little more openly, with friends colleagues and partners.Alex’s book, Open Up: The Power of Talking About Money is out on 7th March.Angie Greaves chats to the badass ladies about hosting “The Amazing Women Awards” celebrating ordinary women doing extraordinary things.Author of Perfect Liars: Perfect for Fans of Big Little Lies, Rebecca Reid talks frenemies, friendships and cultivating the relationships that fulfil us, her book is out now.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/03/1954m 22s

SPECIAL: Sally Gardner in Badass Bookclub

Sally Gardner, traditionally a fairytale lover and writer, talks about her new darker and more adult novel, The Beauty of the Wolf.Taking a spin on much loved classic tale Beauty and the Beast... with a gender role reversal.Sally delves into the roles and stereotypes of beauty in today's world and how that affects our gender and self image. Also Sally tells the badass ladies about the true lesser told stories behind classic children's tales Cinderella and Snow White.The Beauty of the Wolf is out now.Each month we'll be bringing you another author in association with HQ Stories and HarperCollins. There's also a chance to grab a free audio book with Kobo. Listen to find out how!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/03/1920m 20s

Ep 232: The One With The Migraine

Sometimes you just have to accept you meant to get it right, but you didn't get the outcome you were expecting, and it's best to be transparent about it. So in light of a few events this week Emma Sexton reveals some of her favourite Badass Women's Hour Episodes from the archive for you to check out.She features The Slumflower, Mary Portas and her favourite Badass Bookclub.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/02/192m 49s

Ep 231: The Badass Art Of Being A Drag Queen

The north of England might not be what you think about when you think of a drag queen, but Author Tom Rasmussen explains how drag legends Dame Edna and Lilly Savage became their inspiration to step out on stage despite growing up in a place where perhaps it's not the norm!Tom Rasmussen talks about the creation of their drag alter ego "crystal", their journey with gender, being non-binary, and what lead them to write their new book, "Diary Of A Drag Queen".For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/02/1917m 14s

Ep 230: Strong Women and 100 Vulvas With Laura Dodsworth and Natalie Morris

Is the term "Strong Woman" still fitting for women in 2019? or does it contradict the idea of femininity and is it time to give up the title “Strong Woman”?Writer Natalie Morris talks to Harriet, Emma and Nat all about her new series in the Metro looking to re-define the meaning behind the term “Strong Woman” to fit gender equality roles in 2019.And Photographer Laura Dodsworth talks about her latest project in which she photographed 100 Vulvas to shine a light on what real women's bodies look like, in all their glorious shapes, colours, sizes and to showcase the beautiful individuality of a woman's vulva, her book “Womanhood” is out now.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/02/1940m 24s

Ep 229: Life Growing Up With Two Lesbian Mothers With Jordan Waller.

A male actor playing a lesbian might sound strange, but what about when that lesbian character was also his own mother?For this weeks edition of Badass Extra Bits the ladies are joined by actor and writer Jordan Waller who talks about his new show The D Word. The show tells the story of what life is like growing up with two lesbian mothers, based on his own experience. A show which Jordan wrote after losing his mother to cancer.The D Word will be on at Londons's VAULT Festival from 13-17th Feb. For tickets and more info click here.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/02/199m 40s

Ep 228: New Period Emojis And The Quest For Better Sex With Lucy-Anne Holmes

What would be your idea of beautiful sex? That's the question that lead this weeks guest, Lucy-Anne Holmes, to a personal sexual revolution.The latest release of emojis has started a flowing debate between the badass ladies this week, they discuss their feelings about the new period emojis and Emma & Nat are surprised to find out about Harriets texting habits.Author Lucy-Anne Holmes, joins the ladies to talk about her search for better sex, and how this can begin with showing yourself some tenderness in our busy lives and being the best lover for yourself.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/02/1930m 30s

Ep 227: Overcoming Eating Disorders And Exploring Life As A Woman in Saudi Arabia

What can be done to beat eating disorders,and how can we raise awareness for those who struggle with their relationship to food and body image?Tom Quinn the director of external affairs at eating disorder charity Beat, joins the Badass ladies in the studio with Olivia Marcus who shares her story as a recovering anorexic, and how she overcame the challenges of her eating disorder.Basma Khalifa talks about her upcoming BBC Three Documentary: Inside The Real Saudi Arabia: Why I Had To Leave. Basma explains what she discovered about life in Saudi Arabia, women's rights in the country and debates whether she could live there again now having become so used to western culture.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/02/1930m 35s

SPECIAL: Seni Glaister in Badass Bookclub

For this month's Badass Bookclub the ladies are joined by Author Seni Glaister, they are discussing her new book Mr Doubler Begins Again. The ladies explore the complex character of Mr Doubler and discuss how his personality brought up questions for Harriet, Emma and Nat causing them to reflect upon important relationships and scenarios that we all deal with in our own lives.They’re also talking newly coined term “Up-Lit” or uplifting literature and how the novel has earned the title in it’s reviews. Each month we'll be bringing you another author in association with HQ Stories and HarperCollins. There's also a chance to grab a free audio book with Kobo. Listen to find out how!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/02/1925m 20s

Ep 226; Why Men Should Fully Understand The Me Too Movement.

What role should men be playing in the growing me too movement? and what is "Man Box" culture?The executive editor of media outlet The Good Men Project who claim to be "having the conversation no one else is having", Mark Greene talks to our Badass Women about how men should be reacting to the mee too movement and how he hopes to change certain destructive behaviours which he believes are creating a damaging culture, with his new book; "Remaking Manhood", which is out now.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/01/1918m 2s

Ep 225, Is There A Right Time To Have A Child And The Dark World Of Sex Trafficking

Is there a perfect age to have a child, and are we leaving it too late? Our Badass Women talk to Tessa Dunlop about whether women should be having children sooner and she shares her own story with conception, pregnancy and motherhood. Harriet, Natalie and Emma, also talk through stories in the news this week, that have caused them to raise an eyebrow, discussing the controversial topic of Breast Ironing and the future of Facebook Messenger and Whatsapp.And the producer of hit film Slumdog Millionaire, Tabrez Noorani joins the ladies in the studio to discuss directing new release “Love Sonia”, based in India the film explors the dark world of sex trafficking. Tabrez talks about how the research for this film became all encompassing and lead him to learn the dark truths of this rarely explored subject.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/01/1938m 34s

Ep 224, Round-up of the Weeks Badass News Stories.

In this weeks Badass Extra Bits Harriet, Emma and Nat, take a closer look at the week's news stories that have caught their attention, they’re discussing; the new laws on Upskirting, Ultra runner Jasmine Paris and Female Cyber Spy’s.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/01/1913m 7s

Ep 223, Debating The Best A Man Can Be, and The Fear Surrounding Autism with Kacey Ainsworth.

We're debating the all of the hype and expressing opinions around the viral Gillette advert. Does it undermine or patronise Men? frame them negatively? or is it a brilliant way of highlighting modern masculinity?Harriet, Emma and Natalie, talk to Ben Bidwell, AKA The Naked Professor and broadcaster Andy West about their views on the brands new marketing move, and whether it's possible for a large commercial company to authentically create positive conversation?How would you react to the diagnosis of autism within your family? Actress Kacey Ainsworth joins the badass ladies in the studio as she talks about the miseducation around autism, life raising children who are autistic, and why you shouldn't fear the diagnosis.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/01/1945m 43s

Ep 222; Wellness in 2019, Going sober and Yoga Blitz.

This week Harriet takes a well deserved break and Anna Williamson is our guest host joined by Emma and Natalie as they talk New Year wellness habits.The Badass Women talk to the creator of Yoga Blitz; Casey Batchelor who explains how she used her previous yoga training to get herself back into regular exercise after giving birth, which lead her to creating her own successful workout programme.January is the month of fresh starts and resolutions, and each year the prospect of 'Dry Jan' appears. Anna, Emma and Nat discuss their view on Dry Jan and their own relationship with alcohol with writer of the blog Girl and Tonic, Laurie McAllister. Laurie talks going sober at the age of 27 and how she came to this decision.Radio Presenter Beverley Turner shares her own experience of being a female broadcaster on a national speech radio station and how she felt she was represented. She talks with our Badass Women about the exposure of women in radio.For information on all your hosts you can click on their namesAnna Williamson (This weeks guest host)Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/01/1958m 6s

Ep 221: No Diets and New Careers, Happy Badass New Year

Get a new career this week on Badass Women's Hour as 'The Radical Sabbatical' author Emma Rosen reveals her secret to finding the proverbial Job Frog that will turn into your Job Prince.Harriet Minter gets all out of sorts when her guest suggests we need more will power when it comes to healthy eating. Hear from nutritionist Monica Price and "The Fat Funny One" Jessica Jones as they debate the need for a New Year "diet". Southall Black Sisters founder Pragna Patel talks about a new report about British women in forced marriages who are having to pay to be rescued. And you'll find that Emma Sexton and Natalie Campbell are enjoying their last boxes of chocolates before returning to the show, so @bowelbabe Deborah James is Harriet Minte's co-host this week.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/01/1947m 37s

NEW, Badass Book Club; Catherine Mayer, Attack of the 50 Ft. Women

Here is the third edition of Badass Book Club. We her from Catherine Mayer the author of, Attack of the 50 Ft. Women, How Gender Equality Can Save The World.She talks about the story behind the title of her book, and how accidentally becoming the co-founder of the Women's Equality Party lead her to writing this book.Harriet, Emma and Nat chat to Catherine about the importance of Gender Equality and how making real change to the way women are represented will benefit everybody.PLUS: you can hear the first chapter of the book directly after the interview, entirely for free.Each month we'll be bringing you another author in association with HQ Stories and HarperCollins. There's also a chance to grab a free audio book with Kobo. Listen to find out how!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/01/191h 13m

Ep; 220, Badass Roundup 2018

Hear the best badass interviews from 2018. We've put together interviews from the most amazing women that have visited Badass Women's Hour in 2018, reminding you of the inspiring moving and funny stories they had to share with Harriet, Emma and Nat.Hear from Josie Naughton, whose time in Calais, inspired her to make real change for Refugees after witnessing the conditions they are subject too, she talks about how it stemmed into becoming the CEO of Choose Love.Harriet and Natalie reflect on one of the most moving interviews on the show this year: hear when Nat chatted to Devika Wood about her journey overcoming an abusive relationship to being moved to start her own care company, Vida. Vida strives to change the ways we give care to those who need it.And lastly you'll be reminded of when agony aunt Viv Groskop visited the Badass Women's Hour bringing lots of laughter to the studio, she talks giving life advice, writing, podcasting, and comedy.We hope you've had a very Badass 2018, thank you for joining us this year, we'll be back with even more Badass Women with amazing stories in 2019.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.comHappy New Year! 🎆🎉🎇🎊  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/12/181h 7m

Ep, 219; Delivering Hope This Christmas with Founder of Samuel's Charity, and Badass Of The Year

When your child has a life threatening illness, it is news that will completely flip your world on it's head. Martin Leib, talks to Harriet and Nat about his story when his son was diagnosed with cancer, and how this inspired the creation of Samuel's Charity. He explains the work they are doing in children's ward this Christmas, and Martin's Christmas song to raise money to improve children's wards for both the children and parents.Katie Ghose, the chair of Women's Aid shines a light on the rise of domestic violence, and one particular issue we might not even be aware of!And Harriet and Nat round up their best Badass of the Week, and share some of their favourite Women that have visited the podcast this year!Thank you for joining the Badass Woman's Hour Podcast this year, see you in 2019, for more Badass than ever before.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/12/1836m 14s

Ep; 218 Being Vulnerable and Defining Modern Masculinity

What does getting naked have to do with re-defining masculinity and mental health? Harriet, Emma and Nat talk to The Naked Profesor Ben Bidwell and Laurence PriceThe pair are trying to change the way we view modern masculinity, by exposing their souls and risking vulnerability in order to encourage other men to share more with each other and those close to them.Ben is a mindset coach who began using instagram to share his message that masculinity doesn't have to mean ignoring mental health issues, He is aiming to "strip' back the masks of masculinity". Ben teamed up with personal trainer Laurence Price who is sharing his own struggles emotions and how he felt he had to appear to society.Ben talks about the recent naked photoshoot that he and aurence bared all for.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/12/1824m 9s

Ep; 217 Going Under the Knife, With Dawn Ward and Finessing Fashion in Scotland with Dr Tessa Hartman.

Plastic surgery has a been a much debated topic over the past decade, but what are the real benefits? Our Badass Women talk to Cheshire Housewife star Dawn Ward about non surgical procedures getting both her daughters chest surgery.Dr Tessa Hartman has always been instinctively interested with fashion and wanted to create a business that covered ground, previously untouched in Scotland, and changing the Scottish fashion scene in doing so. She talks the importance of learning your craft and scottish guilt.Harriet, Emma and Natalie talk to Coronation Street star and Equality Campaigner, Nicola Thorpe about the future of Male Contraception, and how the contraception industry is sexist.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/12/1847m 10s

Ep; 216, A Very Merry Sustainable Christmas, With Caryn Franklin.

Have you ever considered the sustainability of your festivities? And the impact of that christmas night out dress?Our Badass Women talk to Fashion Blogger and Commentator Caryn Franklin about the impact of fast fashion at christmas and how to shop sustainably for clothes.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/12/1817m 9s

Ep; 215, Magic Mike Live With, Samantha Baines and The Life Saving Power Of Smear Tests, with Anna Cribb.

Channing Tatum has brought a Christmas treat to the Women of London, But is this just a regular strip show? Our Badass Women talk to show MC, Samantha Baines about what the show has to offer, their thoughts on the show, as well as what it is doing for Feminism. The Show is On Stage Now.Harriet, Emma and Natalie, talk to Anna Cribb about braving a Smear Test.... Live on camera! She talks about how she is taking down the stigma and embarrassment around Smear Tests and promoting how regular tests can save lives.Our Badass Ladies get festive, in typical Badass fashion, with a sexy Advent calendar! They delve into the Lovehoney advent calendarFor information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1837m 25s

Ep; 214 Living with Cancer and Making Curry with Samia Thompson and Boxing Sisters with Taban Shoresh

Samia Thompson's life was altered completely after having thyroid problems mistaken for stage four lung cancer.In the midst of running her own london cafe, Masalawala, the staggering diagnosis meant samia had to close her second business, as well as having to endure treatment and explain exactly what cancer is to her Mother. Follow her journey step by step on her blogTaban Shoresh started her life on Saddam Hussein most wanted list as the daughter of a freedom fighter and political activist poet.After reaching safety in the UK in the 80's and being emerged into city life, in 2014 when the humanitarian crisis in Iraq emerged Taban was moved to take action. Returning to her home country she took her son to with her to help deliver aid and build schools.This work changed her view of life in London, leaving Taban even more inspired to create change, Taban started the lotus flower to help women and girls who's life were torn apart by isis. The aim of the lotus flower which is to, "Give women the tools to become financially independent and have the freedom to speak out and lead change." find our more here For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/12/1850m 34s

NEW, Badass Bookclub: Christina Dalcher, VOX.

This second installment of Badass Bookclub looks into Christina Dalcher's novel VOX; her latest book which is set in a dystopian America where women are only allowed to speak 100 words a day. Christina talks to our Badass Women about where the idea came from and how the story plays on her own fear of too much governmental control and obsession with dystopia.PLUS: you can hear the first chapter of the book directly after the interview, entirely for free.Each month we'll be bringing you another author in association with HQ Stories and HarperCollins,  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/12/1823m 13s

Ep; 213 Revolutionary Underwear with Toby Darbyshire

What would inspire a Man to want to change the way Women wear their Underwear? Toby Darbyshire explains how he plans to revolutionise your tights!Harriet, Emma and Natalie talk to CEO of new hosiery brand, Heist. Toby tells how Heist has used Science to re-design tights and shapewear to work better than ever.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/11/1810m 24s

Ep; 212 Life After Miscarriage, and a New Way Of Saving Money

Miscarriage is a very common issue, however not often spoken about. Harriet Emma and Nat speak to two extremely brave Women, who share their emotional experiences of miscarriage and offer up their own advice to all other Women. For help and advice on miscarriage click here.Our Badass Women also speak to Davinia Tomlinson, the founder of new money investment app Rainchq.Rainchq is aimed at fixing the investment gender gap, and providing a platform for Women to save and invest their money in a way that helps them reach their financial goals.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/11/1836m 0s

Ep: 211 Quotas in Parliament with Ann Widdecombe

Why would former Tory Minister Ann Widdecombe disagree with quotas to boost the amount diversity in parliament? Our Badass Women Harriet and Emma debate the topic with Ann.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/11/1815m 0s

Ep: 210 Dealing With Grief with Debra James and Finding The Right Role with Titi Dawudu

How do you deal with the grief of losing a friend from an illness you are currently battling yourself? Debra James has stage four bowel cancer, and has managed to re-write her career from deputy head teacher to broadcaster and author whilst dealing with her illness, she talks to Harriet and Emma about her new book; F*** You Cancer. Titi Dawudu explains the importance to creating the perfect audition monologue for actors of colour to bag them their dream role, her new book is available now.Journalist Alix O'Neil tells Emma and Harriet all about her new living arrangement, as she moves her husband and one year old back home to live with her parents at 35.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/11/1839m 16s

Ep 209: Black Women in Media with Tobi Oredei and Self-Love with Felicity Hayward

After her frustration of being ignored for a role she was more than qualified for, and the lack of black women in the media industry Tobi Oredei started her own media platform aimed at giving more exposure to black women in the industry.Tobi chats to Harriet, Emma and Natalie about her journey starting Black Ballad, and she explains why women, especially in freelance roles should not be afraid of always putting a price next to their work.Also joining the Badass Women in the studio this week is the founder of inclusive self love movement; Self Love Brings Beauty, Felicity Hayward.She's talking plus size modeling and how the most the most beautiful thing you can be is, body confident and kind to yourself.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/11/1834m 22s

NEW Badass Bookclub: Adele Parks, I Invited Her In

In the first of our brand new Badass Bookclub we meet author Adele Parks. Parks has written eighteen books and her new bestseller, I Invited Her In, looks at female friendship, jealousy and the power of social media. She explains her inspiration and writing process to the Badass Women's Hour team, we talk about the life of an author and just how you get published, and we ask what is the worst thing a friend has ever done to you? PLUS: you can hear the first chapter of the book directly after the interview, entirely for free. And if you want to hear what happens next, we have 50 free audiobook copies to give away. All you have to do is download the KOBO app, add the I Invited Her In audiobook to your basket and use code BADASS at the checkout. Get yours now! Each month we'll be bringing you another author in association with HQ Stories and HarperCollins, coming up next we speak to Christine Dalcher the author of Vox.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/11/1851m 24s

Ep 208: Badass on stage with Iman Qureshi and Luisa Omielan

Playwright Iman Qureshi bringing badass to the London theatre scene, she's telling Harriet, Emma and Nat all about writing the character of a Muslim Woman coming to terms with her sexuality, and watching it come to life on stage, her play The Funeral Director is on at the Southwark Playhouse now. Follow Iman @imanqureshi Dealing with the death of a loved one is not something that we often associate with comedy, however, comedian Luisa Omielan shares her experience of getting back on stage after the sudden loss of her mother. Harriet, Emma and Nat congratulate Luisa on winning the well deserved title BAFTA Breakthrough Brit and celebrate the tour of her new show Politics for Bitches. Follow Luisa @luisaomielanFor information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/11/1824m 35s

Ep 207: Mary Portas on Working Like A Woman

Major Badass Mary Portas explains what inspired her to re-evaluate her own business on Badass Womens Hour. She tells Harriet, Natalie and Emma why she changed the way she runs things, to prove that you don’t have to be Alpha to get ahead in the world of work, and how to re-write the codes of business to put more women at the top. Her book “Work Like A Woman” is out now.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/11/1820m 42s

Ep 206: The Only Female Plumbing Franchise in the World & Transitioning in the 1980s

When Hattie Hasan trained to be a plumber, no women trained to be a plumber. In fact there wasn't even a ladies' loo in the training centre. Now she has founded the only female plumbing franchise in the world with Mica May.This week on Badass Women's Hour, hear badasses Hattie and Mica tell Harriet and Emma their story about building their clan of women plumbers that now forms, the excellently named, Stopcocks.Nicole Richards transitioned from a man to a woman in the 1980s, at a time when there was no information and not much attention. Hear her argue that it's harder for people to transition now than ever before.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/10/1829m 18s

Ep 205: Promoting badass female businesses with Natasha Stromberg from Genderbuzz

Natasha Stromberg is the founder of Genderbuzz, a badass platform to promote female-led business.In this Badass Women's Hour Extra Bits, Natasha chats to your hosts Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton about why she started Genderbuzz, the challenges for women in business and her aspirations for the future of the platform to become a global, female-led market place.Discover more about this week's badass guest: Genderbuzz https://genderbuzz.com/For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/10/1812m 50s

Ep 204: Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable with Farrah Storr

Farrah Storr is the award-winning Editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine and she's just released her debut book called The Discomfort Zone. In this Badass Women's Hour Extra Bits, Farrah chats to your hosts Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton about her book and what is actually means to get comfortable with being uncomfortable and the incredible things can happen as a result.Also in the studio is Alice Vilanculo and Osekloa Obi, stars of 'Victoria's Knickers', the brand-new play from the National Youth Theatre.And of course, it's the Badass of the Week Awards.Discover more about this week's badass guests: Farrah's all over twitter right here https://twitter.com/Farrah_Storr and get tickets to see 'Victoria's Knickers' here https://www.nyt.org.uk/whats-on/victorias-knickers For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/10/1827m 22s

Ep 203: The Sunday Times Sportswoman Of The Year - Paraclimber Anoushé Husain

Paraclimber Anoushé Husain tells how she became Grassroots Sportswoman Of The Year last year with The Sunday Times. She joins Harriet, Emma and Natalie to tell her Badass story of setting up a training club for future Paraclimbers. For information on all your hosts, you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/10/1811m 20s

Ep 202: Lead Like A Lady with Dr Pippa Malmgren & Mental Health with Clare Sanderson

You do not have to be a white man to be in charge. Dr Pippa Malmgren will show you how to get female energy all over leadership and how you can ensure that all voices are heard at the table. Her new book "Leadership Lab" is out now.In the wake of World Mental Health Day, Clare Sanderson Editor in Chief for Women's Health Magazine leads the charge in getting people to talk more about their own and other mental health issues.Who will win the Badass of the Week Award this week? For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Anna WilliamsonEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/10/1852m 12s

BAWH Throwback: EP 89: News of Harvey Weinstein and Harriet Thorpe (from Absolutely Fabulous)

THROWBACK EPISODE - a year ago this week the #MeToo Movement rose with Rose McGowan's initial accusations against Harvey Weinstein, and an article in the New York Times. In this throwback episode (released 8th October 2017) Harriet, Emma and Natalie discuss the news as they heard it. There is 2 years worth of Badass in the BAWH archive so make sure you are having a good look around :) Episode 89: This week we are joining in with the taking down of one of Hollywood's giants - Harvey Weinstein. When does this abuse of power end? Can we be honest about our mental health at work? And do we think Theresa May is a badass after her conference speech this week? Our guest this week is the incredible comedy actress Harriet Thorpe who has appeared in Absolutely Fabulous, The Brittas Empire and the Calendar Girls film. And Nastaran Tavakoli-Far from theshares her #backdatedbadass  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/10/1848m 44s

Ep 201: Challenging beauty expectations with Katie Gee & Charlotte Conway

Acid attack survivor Katie Gee, chats to Harriet Minter, Emma Sexton and Anna Williamson (standing in for Natalie Campbell who's on her hols) about her inspirational campaign to promote beauty diversity called #SettingTheStandard Charlotte Conway is also defying beauty stereotypes by not shaving her body hair. Harriet, Emma and Anna talk to Charlotte about how her decision to embrace her body hair came about, and why she's continuing to challenge beauty norm expectations.Also - who will win the Badass of the Week Award? For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Anna WilliamsonEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/10/1842m 11s

Ep 200 - Badass Balls Ups: Good Small Talk & Empathetic Anxiety

What do you do when you run out of small talk? And how do you deal with the urge to help people on social media?Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton delve into the social issues that affect us all from time to time in this week's Badass Balls Ups.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/09/1811m 31s

Ep 199 - Comedian Juliette Burton & Supermodel Eunice Olumide MBE

Juliette Burton sees the funny side of mental health. She uses her various mental health diagnoses as content for her comedy. Her latest tour focuses on the kindness she has received through the talking about them. She talks to Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton about the power of kindness.When you need a badass chat with yourself, there is no better inspiration than Afro-Scot Supermodel Eunice Olumide MBE. She will tell you how to get in to fashion, how she got in to fashion, and how to never give up.Plus - who will win the Badass of the Week Award? For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/09/1849m 0s

Ep 198 - Help! Winter Is Coming, and other Badass Balls Ups

Winter is definitely coming already, as if the brilliant summer just ended that suddenly. Do you buy a sun lamp? Do you turn ont he heating? Do you just escape for good? This week on Badass Balls Ups, Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton try to help you with life's annoying issues.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/09/1813m 24s

Ep 197: Why it's important to speak your truth with Karen Walker

When Karen Walker was a child, she suffered sexual abuse from her father. She took him to court, then waived her right to anonimity so she could write a book about her experience. "Tell Me Your Sorry Daddy" is Karen's story of surviving her experience and she talks about it with Harriet, Natalie and Emma this week on Badass Women's Hour.Things get heated this week in the BAWH News as your hosts debate whether it's OK to give "feedback" to someone in the gym. This comes after Jamela Jamil claimed to be body shamed at the gym.And hear the inaugural Badass Of The Week Awards! Who is this week's mega Badass?? (There's a leaderboard and everything).For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/09/1843m 7s

Ep 196: Dealing with “Down there” & Dorky Dating

Balls Up-ers unite! Nat and Emma admit their imperfections this week in a bid to help solve the universal issues that bug us all… like “How do I admit I am ill?” and “How do you handle being nervous on a date?”  For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/09/188m 59s

Ep 195: Do you have a Penis Pal? BAWH meets The Midult

"I'm sorry my shrink told me not to" says Emilie McMeekan when someone asks her to do something she doesn't really have time for but can't say no... #nailedit.Emilie and her partner in rebellion Annabel Rivkin form The Midult. They join Badass Womens' Hour this week to talk about all things true and imperfect about middle aged womanhood. Like Penis Pals, how to actually say "no" and how we love ironed linen but we do not actually have ironed linen (and that's OK!).Plus your hosts Harriet, Natalie and Emma get into a right debate about whether you should do your make up on the train, and is plus size model Tess Holliday on the front of Cosmopolitan Magazine sexy, progressive or destructive?As always for information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/09/1853m 20s

Ep 194: Tea Uglow explains Gender & Michelle Gyimah sorts your Money Mindset

Is the Solar System better understood than Gender? Creative Director of Google's Creative Lab wrote a blog about gender that ended up spreading worldwide. Tea Uglow joins Badass Womens Hour to discuss how the topic is not as black and white as we think. See her TED talk here.Is the way you think about money affecting your career and life choices? Money Empowerment Educator Michelle Gyimah is here to help you sort your money out!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/09/1828m 51s

Ep 193: OMG it's OK to have a Cleaner! on Badass Balls Ups

Solving the issues we all face, Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton get Badass about a whole lotta Balls UpsIt's time to get rid of the "I have a cleaner" guilt. When do you tell a friend that her business ideas are not going to work. And practical Self Care solutions.Plus live music from Charlotte Campbell For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/08/1820m 57s

Ep 192: It's OK Not To Know with Mentalist Rebecca Herrera

Real life magic is afoot with mentalist, Rebecca Herrera, the first British woman to fool Penn and Teller andit will blow your mind this week on Badass Women's HourYour hosts Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton also get deep on the newly titled dating tactic called "Cloaking". And get into the debate about abortion pill rules and elective C Sections. It gets feisty.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/1859m 45s

Ep 191: Dealing with Self Sabotage & Inappropriate Friends

Self Sabotage is an issue for Natalie Campbell and June Sarpong (in for Emma Sexton) this week on Badass Balls Ups. How can you make sure you form a habit and not get in your own way? And why is it that when things are going so good - that's when you decide to cause yourself some problems to solve?Harriet is struggling with a friend who keeps using the N Word, but she doesn't know how to approach it when they are in social situations. How do you deal with your friends when they are being totally inappropriate?Hear the solutions in this episode of Badass Women's Hour: Extra Bits.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet Minter.Natalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/08/1818m 37s

Ep 190: GIRLvsCANCER with Lauren Mahon

Lauren Mahon is an inspirational bad-ass. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in her early 30’s and is now, quite literally changing the face of cancer. She joins Harriet, Natalie and guest-host June Sarpong (standing in for Emma’s week off), in the studio this week, to talk about being fed up with the perceptions that cancer is a disease for the over 50’s. Lauren chats about how she started GIRLvsCancer, a place for fierce women affected by the disease, to ‘feel empowered to deal with the sh*t show that a diagnosis means’.In the news, Harriet, Natalie and June discuss botox on the high street following this week’s announcement that Superdrug will now offer in-store cosmetic injections; the detrimental impact of appalling no fault evictions with Hannah Slater, Policy and Public Affairs Manager at Generation Rent, a not-for-profit campaign group for private renters and of course, pay tribute to Queen Badass Aretha Franklin, who sadly passed away this week.Get your mitts on some delicious GIRLvsCANCER t-shirts here https://girlvscancer.co.uk - on the website you can also discover more about Lauren’s story, tips, support and how you can get involved in this wonderful cause.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellJune SarpongIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/08/1854m 18s

Ep 189: Chick-lit, botox and loneliness with Sophia Money-Coutts

Badass journalist and writer Sophia Money-Coutts chats to Harriet, Natalie and Emma about her debut novel ‘The Plus One’; working at Tatler Magazine, nipple hair, happy endings and flexing her writing muscle.In Badass Balls Up, Harriet, Natalie and Emma rope Sophia in to discuss botox and if we really need it and just how to overcome loneliness as a single lady.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma Sexton If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/08/1833m 29s

Ep 188: Pan-African feminism with Minna Salami

Minna Salami is a badass writer, social critic and founder of the pan-African feminist blog, MsAfropolitan. She’s also been named as one of the Top 12 Most Influential Women in the World! In this Badass Women's Hour Extra Bits, Minna chats to Harriet, Natalie and Emma about how her experiences have helped shape her inspiring work, including growing up in a patriarchal Nigeria. Minna also talks about the important issues that she’s tackling with MsAfropolitan and how's she’s getting on with her debut book.In the news, your hosts Harriet, Natalie and Emma are joined by researcher Professor Elizabeth Pike, who has worked on a recent study into gender-based violence in sport; they also (of course!) talk about Boris Johnson and his views on the Burka and finally, the trio ask - does what we weigh actually matter?You can find out more about Minna and check out the awesome MsAfropolitan here https://www.msafropolitan.com/. She’s also on twitter https://twitter.com/msafropolitan - give her a follow!For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/08/1850m 2s

Ep 187: Shakespeare's Dark Lady of the Sonnets with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

Morgan Lloyd Malcolm is a playwright & screenwriter who has written a play about Shakespeare's Dark Lady of the Sonnets. In this Badass Women's Hour Extra Bits, Morgan chats to Harriet, Natalie and Emma about the launch of her play "Amelia" written specifically for The Globe Theatre.In Badass Balls Ups find out who has issues with the hallucinogenic concoction called "Ayahuasca", what to do when you are earning more than your friends and Emma has bush issues...For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/08/1833m 15s

Ep 186: Vaginas Need A Museum, with Florence Schechter

Just when you thought you had your vagina sussed out - Florence Schechter will blow your mind in this week's Badass Women's Hour.The founder of the world's first Vagina Museum, and possibly the most enthusiastic vagina expert you've ever heard, chats to Harriet, Natalie and Emma about all things vaginas and vulva. Men have labia. Whales have vaginas. Women used to wear merkins... there is no end to what you will find out in this conversation.Oh and before you ask there is a Penis museum, and it's in Iceland. Find out more at vaginamuseum.co.ukIn the news, Harriet, Natalie and Emma discuss some "meta-news" about Talk Radio's James Whale and how he handled Nichi Hodgson's story about sexual harrassment. Cat calling has been made illegal in France - hoorah! And find out about the Indian girls being forced to marry for visas.For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/08/1851m 10s

Ep 185: Badass Balls Ups with comedian Athena Kugbleno

Athena Kugbleno is our guest this week on Badass Balls Ups. As well as letting us in on her Edinburgh Show "Follow The Leader" she helps out with solving some issues that us ladies come across every day. Find out from Emma Sexton how to cope with people staring at you. Natalie Campbell finds a solution for that male vs female GP "thing". Harriet Minter helps you to decide how to escape at Christmas time with style. For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.comAnd to find out more about Athena's shows head to www.athenakugbleno.co.uk   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/07/1834m 51s

Ep 184: BAWH meets Badass author Tomi Adeyemi

Badass writer Tomi Adeyemi will inspire you this week on Badass Women's Hour. She will.The best-selling young adult author released her debut novel 'Children of Blood and Bone' in March this year and has topped book charts across the world, including The New York Times best-seller list for young adult books.Hear about her inspiration for the book, how she manages her time, tips for new writers, how she's processing the phenomenal success of the book, updates about the film adaptation and her dream cast for the movie (yep, she's a big deal!)And in the news Harriet, Emma and Natalie discover it's a numbers game between men and women (and they're not talking Gender Pay Gap!) New research shows that in 1 in 4 couples, women out-earn their husbands, who in turn over report their income **cough**. AND another piece of research has revealed that men estimate the number of sexual partners they've had, where as women actually count. **double cough**Check out Tomi's work here:http://www.tomiadeyemi.com/For information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/07/1853m 8s

Ep 183: Periods, Rejection and Balls Ups with Gabby Edlin & Meredith O'Shaunaghy

"Bloody Good Period" Founder Gabby Edlin and her current macaron making BFF Meredith O'Saughnessy from @OhlalaLtd pop in to talk periods, and their campaign to get more free sanitary products for women, especially asylum seekers.Gabby and Meredith hang around for the usual Badass Balls Ups. This week hear how to handle rejection, delegation, spreading yourself too thin and how to finish in style.Find Gaby here: @doublebeewhyMeredith here: @MeredithGlobalFor information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/07/1831m 40s

Ep 182: There Is No Deadline For Growth with The Slumflower

The Slumflower, Chadira Eggeru, visits Badass Womens Hour this week to talk about her new book “What a Time to Be Alone”. She shares her insight about the impact of self love and how it can change your world. http://www.theslumflower.comIllustrator, Poppy Chancellor, uses paper cutting as a way to give people the power of expression and talks about the birth of her book “Cut It Out". http://poppyspapercuts.comAnd journalist Marverine Cole talks about taking on the 'sassy black girl' stereotype as she delves into black womens experiences of mental illness in her documentary “Black Girls Don’t Cry” http://www.marverinecole.co.ukFor information on all your hosts you can click on their names:Harriet MinterNatalie CampbellEmma SextonIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/07/181h 0m

Ep 181: Slay In Your Lane with Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinene

If you have an idea make it happen. Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinene writers of new book “Slay In Your Lane” join Badass Women’s Hour this week to talk about having an idea, building a community and taking on the world. https://www.slayinyourlane.com/There’s music this week from another lad Slaying in her own lane: Kelli-Leigh. Songwriter come artist in her own right http://kelli-leigh.com/Harriet and Emma are joined by journalist Harri Hall while Natalie is up a mountain (no really), and they talk Trump March, Serena Williams and Superman in a way that only Badass’s can. Harriet Minter and Natalie Campbell are off this week, but you can find them in the usual places:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-storyGuest Host Harri Hall: https://twitter.com/Harri_GraceIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/07/181h 3m

Ep 180: Trisha Goddard is a Badass

"Just because no one has trodden in that snow, doesn't mean you can't be the first" - Trisha Goddard,This week's Badass Women's Hour extra bit is a special interview with broadcaster Trisha Goddard.Trisha is the daughter of a Windrush Generation nurse and had one of the biggest talk shows on UK television. Hear her incredible story of how she got there, what she's learned from her experience with Breast Cancer and what it was like to be the first black person on Australian TV. She is one true Badass.Emma Sexton is your host and is joined by Sun Columnist @bowelbabe Deborah James while Harriet Minter and Natalie Campbell have a well deserved break.If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.comTo see just how much running Trisha does head here: https://www.instagram.com/therealtrishagoddard/You can read more of Deborah's work here: https://www.instagram.com/bowelbabe/?hl=enAnd of course your hosts Emma, Harriet and Natalie are in all the usual places Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-storyHarriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/07/1816m 41s

Ep 179: BAWH Talks Football with Trisha Goddard & Deborah James

Did you know that when the England football team play the rates of domestic violence goes up: win or lose? This week on Badass Women's Hour Emma Sexton is joined by broadcaster Trisha Goddard and the @bowellbabe Deborah James to discuss the affects of the England Quarter final win.They also celebrate the NHS and take up the debate whether there should be advertising about cosmetic surgery, particularly through programmes like Love Island. And entrepreneur Nimisha Brahmbatt talks about the spiritual mindset required to be successful in business. See nimishabrahmbatt.comHarriet Minter and Natalie Campbell are off this week, but you can find them in the usual places:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-storyIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/07/1844m 17s

Ep 178: When Is It OK To Have An Affair? Or is it one Badass Balls Up?

When is it OK to have an affair? Emma Sexton is asking "for a friend".Welcome to the Badass Women's Hour Badass Balls Ups. These are the problems that come up in our lives, and your hosts Harriet, Natalie and Emma share their wisdom and experience to come to some sort of solution.This week is an affair OK if you don't start it? Is it an affair if it's only one night? And is having dinner at someone's house more intimate than a one night stand? Your badass hosts this week are as always here:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-storyIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/07/1820m 2s

Ep 177: Carrie Gracie is Badass, so is Stella Kanu

Carrie Gracie is big news this week on Badass Women's Hour: your hosts Harriet, Natalie and Emma rejoice in the result of her Gender Pay Gap dispute. They also decipher whether Big D**k Energy can actually swing both ways...Guest Badass Stella Kanu, is the Executive Producer at the Oval House Theatre in Brixton (http://www.ovalhouse.com/). Hear her talk about how she mentors people in to the creative industries and how she is on the look out for "Tender Warriors".Poorna Bell discusses the complicated ways growing up as an Asian woman in British Culture has impacted her life, see her fascinating article: https://www.the-pool.com/life/life-honestly/2018/26/Poorna-Bell-on-curry-and-growing-up-AsianAnd a special treat this week from spoken word poet Oneness Sankara as she performs her poem "Be". http://www.onenesssankara.co.uk/And your badass hosts this week are as always here:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-storyIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/07/1855m 43s

Ep 176: Be Healed by Badass Agony Aunt Viv Goskrop

"Happiness is the place where we are not" and other Russian life learnings power Viv Goskrop's visit to Badass Women's Hour this week. The Badass journalist, comedian and Agony Aunt tells her story of discovering that she really wasn't Russian, and how self help has inspired her Edinburgh show.Viv then applies her Agony Aunt-ness to this week's Badass Balls Ups. She helps to solve what to do with an overly neighbourly neighbour, whether Harriet's luxury friend needs to be upgraded and she tries to work out where feminism lives in feminine power.For more of Viv Goskrop go here: http://vivgroskop.comAnd your badass hosts this week are as always here:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-storyIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/06/1836m 51s

Ep 175: Help Refugees & "That Tweet" from Alan Sugar #EverydayRacism

“We accidentally raised £56,000 in a week”...CEO Josie Norton gets badass on Badass Women’s Hour this week, and tells the story of setting up the charity “Help Refugees” https://helprefugees.org. They started by helping the refugees that were in the Calais Jungle and in Greece. Now they fund 80 projects across Europe and the Middle East and raise money through their “Choose Love” campaign.  And in the news your hosts Harriet Minter, Emma Sexton and Natalie Campbell re-address #EveryDay Racism in the wake of “That Tweet” from Lord Alan Sugar. Are we having Samira Ahmed or Kirsty Wark for the new host of Question Time? And aren't football pundits looking more female these days? And isn't it wonderful? Seems not everyone thinks so...    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/06/1848m 43s

Ep 174: Badass Balls Ups - Upgrading Luxury Friends

There is therapy in hearing people's problems and how they solve them, so this week Harriet Minter reveals she wants to upgrade a "luxury friend" in to something more, but how does she do it? And Natalie Campbell is currently time poor but misses her family. Hear the solutions on how to organise gatherings in a heart beat.If you want to add your story to the mix then get in touch on any form of social media: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.comTo find out more about your hosts of Badass Womens Hour you can find them online:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-story  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/06/1813m 21s

Ep 173: BAWH - Abolish Father's Day, Upskirting WTF?! & Grenfell 1 Year On

A law to stop upskirting has been blocked this week by Chris Chope - Harriet, Natalie and Emma are not impressed in this week's Badass Women's Hour Podcast. Also up for debate is whether Father's Day should be abolished (along with Mother's Day). And is it OK to tell someone they look good or does it really mean something else?One year on from the Grenfell Tower Disaster, Daniel Renwick local Youth Worker and creator of the film "Failed By The State" shares the current state of the community, the continued feeling of sorrow and frustration, and the fears around the potential outcome of the inquiry. See the trailer for his film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=ybbboe2UoRoIf you want to add your opinion or story to the mix then get in touch on any form of social media: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.comTo find out more about your hosts of Badass Womens Hour you can find them online:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-story  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/06/1843m 36s

Ep 172: Badass Balls Ups - Independence & Self Care

Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton share some of their own issues this week on Badass Women's Hour, and Harriet whips out her coaching skills to get them to some very real solutions. On the table: what happens when you get bored of yourself? And why can't I stop eating?!If you want to add your story to the mix then get in touch on any form of social media: @badasswomenshourAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.comTo find out more about your hosts of Badass Womens Hour you can find them online:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-story  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/06/1813m 38s

Ep 171: Badass Extra Bits - "I styled Prince's hair for 29 years"

Kim Berry was Prince's Hairstylist and she got the job by being ready in the right place, at the right time, and then just winging it!Total. Badass.Now there's a book and a product range in the offing, Kim shares her tales of Prince with Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton in this extra bit for Badass Women's Hour.Find out more about Kim here: https://www.kimbonset.com/aboutAnd here is her instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimbonset2/?hl=enFor more about Badass Women's Hour you can go here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/06/1818m 0s

Ep 170: Women in Property Development & #EveryDayRacism

“Women think more about the risk” Nicole Bremnar, Property Developer Your inner flipper will be aflame this week with Badass Women's Hour. Nicole Bremnar, mega property developer joins us to talk about her career, but ends up giving some great advice around home buying and property development. Plus the astonishing revelation: “Up to a few years ago there were no female toilets on a building site”. <insert gasp emoji>And in the news your hosts Harriet, Natalie and Emma push for an #EverydayRacism social media campaign. They get the low down on micro cheating with help from Dr Martin Gruff - most alarming is that you might have done it without realising! And it's all about the TV shows old and new, as Love Island arrives in our homes this week, and Sex And The City turns 20 years old.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/06/1846m 24s

Ep 169: Please Help Us! in Badass Balls Ups - Our Problems, Your Solutions

Help us please! In a wild experiment we are flipping the classic Agony Aunt narrative on its head, and now we are asking you to help us solve our problems. This week we re-title the Badass Balls Ups as “Our Problems – Your Solutions”So… can you ask out your Physio? What do you do when you wet the back of your trousers going to the loo #squatfail ? And how do you start something you really want to make, but feel totally out of your comfort zone? Solutions are still welcome! – contact us at the website: www.badasswomenshour.comOr on them socials:  @Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/06/1820m 7s

Ep 168: Feminist Weddings & How Baking Saves Lives

Would you have a fully Feminist Wedding? Olivia Knight, Feminist and Founder of wedding list company Patchwork, joins Harriet, Natalie and Emma to discuss what makes a Feminist Bride.Baking has long been the therapeutic pastime of motherhood (as long as the kids don't get cake batter up the wall) but the healing power of mixing eggs, flour, butter etcis being harnessed by a social enterprise to help disadvantaged women thrive. Alice Williams reveals why she founded Luminary Bakery to help women overcome violence, poverty and homelessness.We love hearing from you so either leave a review, or contact us on the socials:@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSextonHarriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in women and work. She founded and edited the Guardian's Women in Leadership section and is now a columnist for the newspaper on women in technology. She's also has a column in Psychologies magazine and writes for the likes of The Pool, Red and Grazia. She has given two TED talks, the first on audacious leadership and the second on yoga. Emma Sexton is a serial entrepreneur and connector. A presenter on talkRADIO for The Badass Women’s Hour, winner of the Kantar Inspiration Award and the Future 100 Award, she was shortlisted for The Drum's Creative Woman of the Year 2016. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work™ (www.myww.co.uk), a design company challenging the traditional agency approach by empowering their clients to use design in ways that will transform their business from the inside out. Co-Founder of Flock Global (www.flock.global), a network for early stage entrepreneurs built on an ethos of collaboration who run meet-ups and international trade missions. Voted Shiny Shiny's Top 50 Most Inspirational Women. Published in Ian Wharton's book ‘Spark for the fire’ published by Harriman and The Challengers Almanac. A regular speaker and writer to blogs and publications. Emma is a board level advisor on design strategy to brands and businesses. A Creative Pool Top 100 Influencer 2017 and now Creative In Residence at Kings College London.Natalie Campbell is an award-winning businesswoman and HarperCollins author. She won the ‘Community Spirit’ award at the ‘Women of the Future Awards’ in 2016 and was recognised in the Management Today 35 Women Under 35 and City AM Power 100 Women lists. Natalie is the co-founder of A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency and recently launched London's newest wellbeing craze, "The Badass Principle - a workout for the mind and soul". As a non-executive director, she Chairs the Nominet Trust and has governance oversight of over £1billion in public funding through her roles on the board of the Big Lottery Fund, UnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs and the Mayor's London economic strategy board. She started her first business at 19 and by 21 owned a Morgan De Toi retail franchise in Lancaster.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/06/1833m 31s

Ep 167: Be Inspired - Poet Joelle Taylor, and it's a big week in the news

Poet Joelle Taylor is our inspiration this week on Badass Women's Hour. Find out about her life and career as she reads from her new book: Songs My Enemy Taught Me. Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton are reunited again, and we get right in to the thick of things to discuss Roseanne being cancelled after “that” tweet. Plus we’ll look at the lack of Women on Boards as the ongoing research keeps on throwing up some real gems. And it seems that the use of Stalker apps are closer to home than we thought (insert sideways glance at Harriet)…. (and Emma)You can check out our Badass Women Of The Week as we get Gabby Edlin from Bloody Good Period on the phone – her work means that Scotland have become the first country to provide free sanitary products to women in low income families. Total Badass.We love hearing from you so either leave a review, or contact us on the socials:@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSextonHarriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in women and work. She founded and edited the Guardian's Women in Leadership section and is now a columnist for the newspaper on women in technology. She's also has a column in Psychologies magazine and writes for the likes of The Pool, Red and Grazia. She has given two TED talks, the first on audacious leadership and the second on yoga. Emma Sexton is a serial entrepreneur and connector. A presenter on talkRADIO for The Badass Women’s Hour, winner of the Kantar Inspiration Award and the Future 100 Award, she was shortlisted for The Drum's Creative Woman of the Year 2016. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work™ (www.myww.co.uk), a design company challenging the traditional agency approach by empowering their clients to use design in ways that will transform their business from the inside out. Co-Founder of Flock Global (www.flock.global), a network for early stage entrepreneurs built on an ethos of collaboration who run meet-ups and international trade missions. Voted Shiny Shiny's Top 50 Most Inspirational Women. Published in Ian Wharton's book ‘Spark for the fire’ published by Harriman and The Challengers Almanac. A regular speaker and writer to blogs and publications. Emma is a board level advisor on design strategy to brands and businesses. A Creative Pool Top 100 Influencer 2017 and now Creative In Residence at Kings College London.Natalie Campbell is an award-winning businesswoman and HarperCollins author. She won the ‘Community Spirit’ award at the ‘Women of the Future Awards’ in 2016 and was recognised in the Management Today 35 Women Under 35 and City AM Power 100 Women lists. Natalie is the co-founder of A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency and recently launched London's newest wellbeing craze, "The Badass Principle - a workout for the mind and soul". As a non-executive director, she Chairs the Nominet Trust and has governance oversight of over £1billion in public funding through her roles on the board of the Big Lottery Fund, UnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs and the Mayor's London economic strategy board. She started her first business at 19 and by 21 owned a Morgan De Toi retail franchise in Lancaster.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/06/181h 0m

Ep 166: Extra Badass Bits - Dr Catherine Hakim on Erotic Capital

It is scientifically proven that good-looking people are more successful in the workplace, says Dr Catherine Hakim, in this special Badass Women’s Hour “Extra Bits”Once you have picked yourself off the floor from reading that, hear Hakim talk about how “erotic capital” could be working for you, or against you, and how women could be using it more to their advantage.Harriet and Emma take a week off this week, so Natalie Campbell is your host, and is joined by two Badass Co Hosts: broadcaster and author Anna Williamson, and strategist, broadcaster and writer Melanie Eusabe.We love hearing from you so either leave a review, or contact us on the socials:@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSextonHarriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in women and work. She founded and edited the Guardian's Women in Leadership section and is now a columnist for the newspaper on women in technology. She's also has a column in Psychologies magazine and writes for the likes of The Pool, Red and Grazia. She has given two TED talks, the first on audacious leadership and the second on yoga. Emma Sexton is a serial entrepreneur and connector. A presenter on talkRADIO for The Badass Women’s Hour, winner of the Kantar Inspiration Award and the Future 100 Award, she was shortlisted for The Drum's Creative Woman of the Year 2016. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work™ (www.myww.co.uk), a design company challenging the traditional agency approach by empowering their clients to use design in ways that will transform their business from the inside out. Co-Founder of Flock Global (www.flock.global), a network for early stage entrepreneurs built on an ethos of collaboration who run meet-ups and international trade missions. Voted Shiny Shiny's Top 50 Most Inspirational Women. Published in Ian Wharton's book ‘Spark for the fire’ published by Harriman and The Challengers Almanac. A regular speaker and writer to blogs and publications. Emma is a board level advisor on design strategy to brands and businesses. A Creative Pool Top 100 Influencer 2017 and now Creative In Residence at Kings College London.Natalie Campbell is an award-winning businesswoman and HarperCollins author. She won the ‘Community Spirit’ award at the ‘Women of the Future Awards’ in 2016 and was recognised in the Management Today 35 Women Under 35 and City AM Power 100 Women lists. Natalie is the co-founder of A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency and recently launched London's newest wellbeing craze, "The Badass Principle - a workout for the mind and soul". As a non-executive director, she Chairs the Nominet Trust and has governance oversight of over £1billion in public funding through her roles on the board of the Big Lottery Fund, UnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs and the Mayor's London economic strategy board. She started her first business at 19 and by 21 owned a Morgan De Toi retail franchise in Lancaster.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/05/1819m 55s

LIVE 18: Be Inspired by Devika Wood

Devika Wood will stop you in your tracks this week on Badass Women’s Hour. She is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Vida, a platform that does the tricky job of connecting great carers, with the disabled and elderly. In addition, Devika is a survivor of domestic abuse and has shared her story in the hope to help others. Her outlook, strength and ambition will take your breath away.Harriet and Emma take a week off this week, so Natalie Campbell is your host, and is joined by two Badass Co Hosts: broadcaster and author Anna Williamson, and strategist, broadcaster and writer Melanie Eusabe. In the news they discuss the outcome of the Irish abortion referendum, how GDPR has been a great thing to understand data, and they invite Sue Atkins, Parenting Expert, to discuss the rise of Instagram Mums and why this week, one of them quit. And let’s talk Best Before dates. Tesco are dropping Best Before dates – and you won’t believe who’s been behind it all.We love hearing from you so either leave a review, or contact us on the socials:@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSextonHarriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in women and work. She founded and edited the Guardian's Women in Leadership section and is now a columnist for the newspaper on women in technology. She's also has a column in Psychologies magazine and writes for the likes of The Pool, Red and Grazia. She has given two TED talks, the first on audacious leadership and the second on yoga. Emma Sexton is a serial entrepreneur and connector. A presenter on talkRADIO for The Badass Women’s Hour, winner of the Kantar Inspiration Award and the Future 100 Award, she was shortlisted for The Drum's Creative Woman of the Year 2016. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work™ (www.myww.co.uk), a design company challenging the traditional agency approach by empowering their clients to use design in ways that will transform their business from the inside out. Co-Founder of Flock Global (www.flock.global), a network for early stage entrepreneurs built on an ethos of collaboration who run meet-ups and international trade missions. Voted Shiny Shiny's Top 50 Most Inspirational Women. Published in Ian Wharton's book ‘Spark for the fire’ published by Harriman and The Challengers Almanac. A regular speaker and writer to blogs and publications. Emma is a board level advisor on design strategy to brands and businesses. A Creative Pool Top 100 Influencer 2017 and now Creative In Residence at Kings College London.Natalie Campbell is an award-winning businesswoman and HarperCollins author. She won the ‘Community Spirit’ award at the ‘Women of the Future Awards’ in 2016 and was recognised in the Management Today 35 Women Under 35 and City AM Power 100 Women lists. Natalie is the co-founder of A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency and recently launched London's newest wellbeing craze, "The Badass Principle - a workout for the mind and soul". As a non-executive director, she Chairs the Nominet Trust and has governance oversight of over £1billion in public funding through her roles on the board of the Big Lottery Fund, UnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs and the Mayor's London economic strategy board. She started her first business at 19 and by 21 owned a Morgan De Toi retail franchise in Lancaster.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/05/1859m 34s

LIVE 17: Be Badass - Your Problems, Our Solutions

Not 3 but 4 Wise Women help you out in this week’s Badass Balls-ups – Your Problems, Our Solutions.This episode: Should you have ex girlfriends at your wedding? How do you cope with a binge drinking partner? Your friends are a bit too happy that your ex is your ex. Even so what do you do if you can’t get your ex out of your head? And aside from all of that you still have a career to build, so hear some tips for how to get your self-promotion on…Harriet Minter, Emma Sexton and Melanie Eusabe (in for Natalie Campbell) are here for you in all their wisdom and they are joined by Secret Sessions founder Harriet Jordan-Wrench.Badass Women’s Hour is here to serve as always so... Got a problem you need some help with? Send us a message on social media, or via our website: www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshr@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasextonHarriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in women and work. She founded and edited the Guardian's Women in Leadership section and is now a columnist for the newspaper on women in technology. She's also has a column in Psychologies magazine and writes for the likes of The Pool, Red and Grazia. She has given two TED talks, the first on audacious leadership and the second on yoga. Emma Sexton is a serial entrepreneur and connector. A presenter on talkRADIO for The Badass Women’s Hour, winner of the Kantar Inspiration Award and the Future 100 Award, she was shortlisted for The Drum's Creative Woman of the Year 2016. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work™ (www.myww.co.uk), a design company challenging the traditional agency approach by empowering their clients to use design in ways that will transform their business from the inside out. Co-Founder of Flock Global (www.flock.global), a network for early stage entrepreneurs built on an ethos of collaboration who run meet-ups and international trade missions. Voted Shiny Shiny's Top 50 Most Inspirational Women. Published in Ian Wharton's book ‘Spark for the fire’ published by Harriman and The Challengers Almanac. A regular speaker and writer to blogs and publications. Emma is a board level advisor on design strategy to brands and businesses. A Creative Pool Top 100 Influencer 2017 and now Creative In Residence at Kings College London.Natalie Campbell is an award-winning businesswoman and HarperCollins author. She won the ‘Community Spirit’ award at the ‘Women of the Future Awards’ in 2016 and was recognised in the Management Today 35 Women Under 35 and City AM Power 100 Women lists. Natalie is the co-founder of A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency and recently launched London's newest wellbeing craze, "The Badass Principle - a workout for the mind and soul". As a non-executive director, she Chairs the Nominet Trust and has governance oversight of over £1billion in public funding through her roles on the board of the Big Lottery Fund, UnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs and the Mayor's London economic strategy board. She started her first business at 19 and by 21 owned a Morgan De Toi retail franchise in Lancaster.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/05/1816m 47s

LIVE 17: Be Inspired by The Royal Wedding & Laura JB, Advertising Guru

Wedding Fever continues in this week’s Badass Womens Hour and advertising legend Laura JB is in the hotseat to talk about women and diversity on and off the advertising screen.Find yourself inspired to write a great Wedding Speech with speech writing expert Heidi Ellet-McDermott, as well as getting the Badass Women’s view on the Royal Wedding with Harriet Minter, Emma Sexton and journalist Melanie Eusabe who steps in to Natalise Campbells shoes this week.All the usual news chat ensues with a debate on the Bank of England using the word "menopausal" in a description of work, and we find the company that has gone mega anti photoshop in their marketing photography.And does your car terrify you? From changing tires to checking the oil to knowing how to outwit a mechanic in garage – we invite Rachel Bonfiglio, founder of the Ladies’ Car Workshop, to help you out with those concerns that are minor on the face of it, but major in the dealing of it. We love hearing from you so either leave a review, or contact us on the socials:@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSextonHarriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in women and work. She founded and edited the Guardian's Women in Leadership section and is now a columnist for the newspaper on women in technology. She's also has a column in Psychologies magazine and writes for the likes of The Pool, Red and Grazia. She has given two TED talks, the first on audacious leadership and the second on yoga. Emma Sexton is a serial entrepreneur and connector. A presenter on talkRADIO for The Badass Women’s Hour, winner of the Kantar Inspiration Award and the Future 100 Award, she was shortlisted for The Drum's Creative Woman of the Year 2016. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work™ (www.myww.co.uk), a design company challenging the traditional agency approach by empowering their clients to use design in ways that will transform their business from the inside out. Co-Founder of Flock Global (www.flock.global), a network for early stage entrepreneurs built on an ethos of collaboration who run meet-ups and international trade missions. Voted Shiny Shiny's Top 50 Most Inspirational Women. Published in Ian Wharton's book ‘Spark for the fire’ published by Harriman and The Challengers Almanac. A regular speaker and writer to blogs and publications. Emma is a board level advisor on design strategy to brands and businesses. A Creative Pool Top 100 Influencer 2017 and now Creative In Residence at Kings College London.Natalie Campbell is an award-winning businesswoman and HarperCollins author. She won the ‘Community Spirit’ award at the ‘Women of the Future Awards’ in 2016 and was recognised in the Management Today 35 Women Under 35 and City AM Power 100 Women lists. Natalie is the co-founder of A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency and recently launched London's newest wellbeing craze, "The Badass Principle - a workout for the mind and soul". As a non-executive director, she Chairs the Nominet Trust and has governance oversight of over £1billion in public funding through her roles on the board of the Big Lottery Fund, UnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs and the Mayor's London economic strategy board. She started her first business at 19 and by 21 owned a Morgan De Toi retail franchise in Lancaster.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/05/181h 2m

LIVE 16: Be Badass - Your Problems, Our Solutions

Wisdom rules this week as we answer your problems to help you to reach ultimate badassery.Harriet Minter and Emma Sexton are joined by journalist Poorna Bell in Natalie Campbell's absence, to help solve your issues.... Like: what happens if you go travelling in search of a life changing moment, but that life changing moment, is that you hate it and cut it short?If your parents divorce when you're an adult, how much of an adult do you have to be about it? How do you deal with unwanted gifts? And when you see that guy on the bus over, and over, do you talk to him?Got a problem you need some help with? Send us a message on social media, or via our website: www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshour@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/05/1814m 8s

LIVE 16: Be Inspired by Caitlin Davies & Priscilla Appeaning

Author Caitlin Davies introduces us to the female inmates of Holloway Prison this week on Baddas Women's Hour. She reveals what she learned from writing her book “Bad Girls: Rebels and Renegades”. We invite Priscilla Appeaning to unravel the world of stepmotherhood as she launches The Stepmums Club (@thestepmumsclub) in a bid to bridge the gap between birth mum and step mum.Journalist and Author, Porna Bell stands in for Natalie Campbell in this episode, and joins Emma Sexton and Harriet Minter as they tackle the news from the week. On this week's agenda: Scarlett Johansson turned up to the Met Ball in a dress made by Harvey Weinstein's ex-wife... is that OK? How do tears at work become a power battleground? And have you been taking care of your internal housekeeping enough, so that in business, you are charging what you are worth?We love hearing from you so either leave a review, or contact us on the socials:@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSextonHarriet Minter is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in women and work. She founded and edited the Guardian's Women in Leadership section and is now a columnist for the newspaper on women in technology. She's also has a column in Psychologies magazine and writes for the likes of The Pool, Red and Grazia. She has given two TED talks, the first on audacious leadership and the second on yoga. Emma Sexton is a serial entrepreneur and connector. A presenter on talkRADIO for The Badass Women’s Hour, winner of the Kantar Inspiration Award and the Future 100 Award, she was shortlisted for The Drum's Creative Woman of the Year 2016. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work™ (www.myww.co.uk), a design company challenging the traditional agency approach by empowering their clients to use design in ways that will transform their business from the inside out. Co-Founder of Flock Global (www.flock.global), a network for early stage entrepreneurs built on an ethos of collaboration who run meet-ups and international trade missions. Voted Shiny Shiny's Top 50 Most Inspirational Women. Published in Ian Wharton's book ‘Spark for the fire’ published by Harriman and The Challengers Almanac. A regular speaker and writer to blogs and publications. Emma is a board level advisor on design strategy to brands and businesses. A Creative Pool Top 100 Influencer 2017 and now Creative In Residence at Kings College London.Natalie Campbell is an award-winning businesswoman and HarperCollins author. She won the ‘Community Spirit’ award at the ‘Women of the Future Awards’ in 2016 and was recognised in the Management Today 35 Women Under 35 and City AM Power 100 Women lists. Natalie is the co-founder of A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency and recently launched London's newest wellbeing craze, "The Badass Principle - a workout for the mind and soul". As a non-executive director, she Chairs the Nominet Trust and has governance oversight of over £1billion in public funding through her roles on the board of the Big Lottery Fund, UnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs and the Mayor's London economic strategy board. She started her first business at 19 and by 21 owned a Morgan De Toi retail franchise in Lancaster.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/05/1848m 5s

LIVE 15: Be Badass - Your Problems, Our Solutions

Wise words yourself up with this week's Badass Balls Ups. Your problems/Our solutions include: how to cope with your boyfriend going all Kanye on social media, how to have a life overhaul, and coping with the depths of therapy. Plus turning the side hustle into your career, having the chat" with a rather intense new beau, and what to do when the lovely older guy in the office who is really really lovely, is also a bit sexist.Got a problem you need some help with? Send us a message on social media, or via our website: www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshr@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/05/1817m 44s

LIVE 15: Be Inspired by Health Guru Zanna Van Dijk

Zanna Van Dijk will inspire you to upgrade your habits, and "Rinse Your Beans" in this week's Badass Women's Hour. The author of Health and Fitness book "Strong" talks to us about how to get more plants into your diet, how to get more reusable, and how she built her brand.Plus we need to talk about Women in Film, Caroline Flack and Vaginas (we have warned you).Athena Lamnisos (CEO of the Eve Appeal) is encouraging us to own our gynecological health with their Get Lippy campaign. Athena reminds us that a wax is more painful than a smear, and a smear could save your life.Time to get a cuppa, the headphones on and Be Inspired with this week's Badass Women's Hour Podcast.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/05/1851m 26s

Live 14: Be Badass - Your Problems, Our Solutions

This week we cover how you deal with seeing your ex every day at work, is it worth moving 40 minutes from work or will your social life die? And is 6 months long enough to know if your business is working or not? And what do you do when your boss keeps telling you to "be more confident"? After we have a massive universal eye roll, we reveal some good tips on how to bypass this feedback! Got a problem you need some help with? Send us a message on social media, or via our website: www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshr@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/05/1814m 59s

LIVE 14: Be Inspired by Journalist Amelia Gentleman & "BowelBabe" Deborah James

Guardian Journalist Amelia Gentleman shares her experience of revealing the Windrush Scandal, and Sun Columnist Deborah James tells her story of living with Bowel Cancer - this part does contain #poochat.And what is the future for alcohol? Are the under 24s actually drinking it? If not why not, and has it lost it's appeal? (Please drink responsibly obvs)Amelia Gentleman is the journalist who exposed the Windrush scandal that has been in your news feed for the last few weeks. She talks to us about how she discovered it and what went in to revealing it. Plus we unpick whether journalism has got a bad name, and if investigative journalism has been forgotten about amongst the culture of celebrity journalism.Deborah James has been writing about her experiences of Bowel Cancer in The Sun, and she calls herself the "Bowelbabe".After 23 bouts of chemotherapy she is launching her #notime2lose campaign to raise awareness of the symptoms of bowel cancer, and to lower the screening age in England and Wales from 60 to 50. We challenge you to leave this conversation without the urge to check your poo more regularly.Get in touch with us about any of the podccast at the following:@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/04/1845m 16s

Live 13: Be Badass - Your Problems, Our Solutions

We have wisdom (we hope), you have issues (who doesn't?) so we can help on Badass Women's Hour! Therapist and Broadcaster Anna Williamson joins Emma Sexton and Natalie Campbell while Harriet Minter is away.This week we talk about talking with tips for your first on stage presentation. What's the best way to go vegan? When did actually being in a relationship get so hard? And how do you break up with a friend? Is that even a "thing"?Got a problem you need some help with? Send us a message on social media, or via our website: www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshour@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/04/1816m 38s

Live 13: Be Inspired by Entrepreneur Laura Harper-Hinton, Beyonce and Marshmallows

3 passionate entrepreneurs will inspire you on Badass Women's Hour this week.Laura Harper-Hinton, founder of Caravan tells stories of running restaurants all over the UK with 250 staff, while being a mum and still having time with her mates. It's only a proper night out when you start dropping some Beyonce moves on the dance floor, so you'll be glad to hear Dance Instructor Bonnie Parsons is here to help master them (and tell all about how she built her business out of them). And find out how marshmallows became a high end food with The Marshmallowist, Oona Simms.There's things to talk about too: Beychella (Beyonce at Coechella Festival in the US), what it takes to get your eggs frozen and why, and we decide being a mum is a big job, "You are basically CEO of a human being"While Harriet Minter is away, Broadcaster Anna Williamson joins Emma Sexton and Natalie Campbell on presenting duties.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/04/1856m 39s

LIVE 12: Be Badass - Your Problems, Our Solutions

What do you do when your mate hates your boyfriend? Does a chequered past mean you shouldn't go in to politics? And how do you deal with someone muscling in on your work? Harriet, Natalie and Emma wise up and deliver an array of solutions to your problems.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/04/1816m 55s

LIVE 12: Be Inspired with Michelle Collins & Adventurer Anna McNuff

Michelle Collins will have you re-thinking your skincare on this week's Badass Women's Hour. Harriet, Natalie and Emma consider changing their job title to "Adventurer" when they talk to "Adventurer" Anna McNuff.What's in that number on your birthday card? Billie Piper inspires some decade debate as we work out if your 50s or 40s are better than your 30s or 20s. And Ealing Council find themselves at the receiving end of some high praise, while Natalie shares some powerful insight around the Marie Stopes clinic.Actress Michelle Collins starred as Cindy Beale in Eastenders for ten years from 1988, and then graced our screens again in Coronation Street playing Stella Price. These days, as well as acting on TV and on stage, and hosting networking events for Women in Media, Michelle has become an entrepreneur. MCSkinTruth is her new skincare range, and she talks about what it's like launching a business and how she developed her products.Adventurer Anna McNuff is born of Olympic stock - her parents are both Olympic Rowers. She brings an energy to the room that lifts even the dampest of spirits: telling tales of mad adventures, being an amassador for the Girl Guides and what "Aventure Queens" is all about. Be prepared for the urge to climb the highest mountain you can find.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/04/1858m 6s

LIVE 11: Be Badass - Your Problems, Our Solutions

This week we help a listener with the complexities of asking for a pay rise, discuss how to navigate leaving or staying in a job you hate, and give our top tips on sleep and getting more sun in your life (without leaving the UK).Got a problem you need some help with? Send us a message on social media, or via our website: www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshour@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/04/1818m 56s

Live 11: Be Inspired with Jada Sezer & Unpacking the Gender Pay Gap

Model Jada Sezer shares why on earth she is running the London Marathon in her underwear. The Gender Pay Gap results have been published - now what? And what does it all mean? Plus what would it take to get Harriet, Natalie and Emma to either a) agree on Bust of the Year or b) host Have I Got News For You?Jada Sezer is a plus size model on a mission to promote body positivity and to campaign for Mental Health. Her work is affecting change for many young women and after hearing her here we challenge you not to be inspired by her mindset and her mental hacks. So why run the London Marathon in your underwear?And this week the Gender Pay Gap figures were published so now what? What does it all mean? What are we looking for in the figures? And what do we do next? We asked expert Sian Webb from company Gapsquare which specialises in doing the analysis of the Gender Pay Gap. Any confusion you have had over the last week, will be cleared up pronto.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/04/1855m 57s

Live 10: Be badass - your problems, our solutions

This week we help a listener pitch a podcast idea to her boss, debate just how big a relationship age gap is ok and give our top tips for travelling solo. As ever, if you've got a problem you need our help with do send us a message on social media or via our website: www.badasswomenshour.com @badasswomenshr@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/04/1817m 48s

Live 10: Be Inspired with We Don't Hate Men, a new comedy duo

They're taking over YouTube with their female focussed comedy, we meet the women behind the We Don't Hate Men YouTube channel and Masked Pony productions. Aiming to make comedy that appeals to everyone but has a female perspective, the duo explain how you get a comedy series commissioned, why their work appeals to both sexes and what it's like working with your best friend. If you enjoy the interview do please subscribe and leave us a review, just click on the five stars!@badasswomenshr@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/04/1822m 28s

Live 09: Be Badass, you problems and our answers

In this week's badass balls ups we help a listener who thinks things might be moving too fast with her new girlfriend, we discuss just how to delegate when you're a control freak and we answer the world's easiest question, should you get a dog? If you have a problem you'd like us to answer then come find us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook, we love to hear from you.@badasswomenshr@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/03/1818m 34s

Live 09: Be Inspired with Nishma Robb, marketing director at Google UK

What does it take to work at Google? Where are the women in tech? And just how do you get over impostor syndrome? We talk to Google UK's head of marketing, Nishma Robb, about working at the world's most famous company, why we need to see more women of colour in technology and the importance of role models. If what she says inspires you do please leave us a review and subscribe to the show. @Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/03/1826m 18s

Live 08: Be Badass - your problems, our answers part 2

We have over 100 years of wisdom, mistakes made and lessons (not) learnt to share with you. This little snippet is just that, our advice to get you through whatever life throws at you. From relationships and issues with mates, to your career and love, we can answer just about anything. If we can't then we'll tell you to channel Rihanna (well Nat will) or to give zero 'f**ks (Emma's fav saying) or proper adult advice is always provided by someone (Harriet). If you'd like advice live on air call us at 9pm every and any Saturday on talkRADIO - Telephone 0344 499 1000 or text TALK and your message to 87222 (texts cost 25p + your standard network rate).@badasswomenshr@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/03/1811m 27s

Live 08: Be Badass - your problems, our answers part 1

We have over 100 years of wisdom, mistakes made and lessons (not) learnt to share with you. This little snippet is just that, our advice to get you through whatever life throws at you. From relationships and issues with mates, to your career and love, we can answer just about anything. If we can't then we'll tell you to channel Rihanna (well Nat will) or to give zero 'f**ks (Emma's fav saying) or proper adult advice is always provided by someone (Harriet). If you'd like advice live on air call us at 9pm every and any Saturday on talkRADIO - Telephone 0344 499 1000 or text TALK and your message to 87222 (texts cost 25p + your standard network rate).@badasswomenshr@harrietminter@natdcampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/03/1811m 3s

Live 08: Be Inspired with Kate Leaver, author of The Friendship Cure, part 2

Why do some friendships last a lifetime and others disappear after a night? What makes a good friend? And can men and women ever truly be friends? Kate Leaver has been puzzling these questions and more in her new book all about friendship, we get her take on what makes a great friendship and why they're so important. We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review.You can subscribe to our newsletter on www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/03/1813m 36s

Live 08: Be Inspired with Kate Leaver, author of The Friendship Cure, part 1

Why do some friendships last a lifetime and others disappear after a night? What makes a good friend? And can men and women ever truly be friends? Kate Leaver has been puzzling these questions and more in her new book all about friendship, we get her take on what makes a great friendship and why they're so important. We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review.You can subscribe to our newsletter on www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/03/189m 28s

Live 08: Be Smart - The News Review

Each week we share our thoughts on the news stories and social media conversations that have dominated our worlds. This week it's all about childbirth on Instagram and transgender men campaigning on periods. The full show is 3-hours long and you can join us live every Saturday at 7pm by tuning into talkRADIO (DAB, online, or download the app). We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review.You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/03/1817m 23s

Live 07: Be Smart - Why are 3-9 year olds self-harming?

There has been a dramatic rise in the number of 3-9 year olds being admitted to hospital with self-harm injuries, this goes beyond cutting to drinking household cleaning products and more. To find out what we can do to help Natasha Devon MBE gave us a debrief. It's heartbreaking but there are solutions!We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review or call us live on talkRADIO every Saturday from 7pm.You can subscribe to our newsletter on our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/03/188m 37s

Live 07: Be Badass - We solve your problems!

We have over 100 years of wisdom, mistakes made and lessons (not) learnt to share with you. This little snippet is just that, our advice to get you through whatever life throws at you. From relationships and issues with mates, to your career and love, we can answer just about anything. If we can't then we'll tell you to channel Rihanna (well Nat will) or to give zero 'f**ks (Emma's fav saying) or proper adult advice is always provided by someone (Harriet). If you'd like advice live on air call us at 9pm every and any Saturday on talkRADIO - Telephone 0344 499 1000 or text TALK and your message to 87222 (texts cost 25p + your standard network rate).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/03/188m 20s

Live 07: Be Smart - What's sleep got to do with it?

We ask our expert how to get a good night of deep sleep. What an hint? Go to bed when you're tired. But there's more so check it out. We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review.You can subscribe to our newsletter on our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/03/1810m 39s

Live 07: Be Inspired with Catherine Mayer, Mel McGrath and Lisa Milton (HarperCollins)

Have you ever wondered what it takes to write a book and get it published? Well, this is the episode for you because Catherine Mayer, author of Attack of the 50ft Women, Mel McGrath, author of Give me the Child and Lisa Milton, Executive Publisher of HarperCollins imprint HQ are sharing their wise words and tips on what it takes to make it. We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter on www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/03/1843m 17s

Live 07: Be Smart - The News Review

Each week we share our thoughts on the news stories and social media conversations that have dominated our worlds. This week it's all about International Women's Day 2018 and women-led business. The full show is 3-hours long and you can join us live every Saturday at 7pm by tuning into talkRADIO (DAB, online, or download the app). We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review.You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/03/1815m 23s

Live 06: Be Badass with Dame Jude Kelly CBE

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all under 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Now, we're excited about this once because we had the honour of speaking to Dame Jude Kelly CBE about Women of the World Festival (WOW) which takes place at the Southbank Centre in March.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/03/1816m 9s

Live 06: Be Inspired with Amy Thompson, Founder of We Are Moody part II

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all under 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today is part two of our interview with Amy Thompson, founder of We Are Moody and co-founder of Future Girl Corp.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/03/1815m 4s

Live 06: Be Inspired with Amy Thompson, Founder of We Are Moody part I

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all under 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today is part one of our interview with Amy Thompson, founder of We Are Moody and co-founder of Future Girl Corp.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/03/1813m 36s

Live 06: Be Smart - The News Review

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all under 20mins so perfect for your daily commute.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/03/1816m 0s

Live 05: Be Badass - we solve your problems, part two

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today we put our minds to work and answer your questions on that friend who just wows everyone and getting published.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/03/189m 46s

Live 05: Be Badass - we solve your problems

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today we put our minds to work and answer your questions on getting a new life, when it's time to leave your first job and how to get paid on time.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/03/188m 36s

Live 05: Be Smart - How do you run away and join the circus?

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all under 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Our Be Smart section is filled with news, facts and incredible stories to capture your attention. Today we meet Dea who at the age of 30 ran away to join the circus and hasn't looked back. She tells us about life as a circus hand, plus what has changed in the circus' 250 year history. We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/02/1816m 18s

Live 05: Be Inspired - with Charli Howard, model and body positivity activist, part two

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all under 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today is part two of our interview with Charli Howard, model and body positivity activist. In this episode she explains how she overcame OCD, how you manage your mental health in a difficult industry and how she's lobbying the fashion industry for change.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/02/1815m 51s

Live 05: Be Smart, the news review - Black Panther, fragile masculinity and bad behaviour on public transport

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all under 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Our Be Smart section is filled with news, facts and incredible stories to capture your attention. We're kicking the week off with the news that's caught our attention but keep checking back as we also have interviews with body positivity activist, Charli Howard, and a woman who ran away to join the circus. Plus of course, we'll be answering your problems in our Badass Ballsups.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/02/1815m 51s

Live 05: Be Inspired - with Charli Howard, model and body positivity activist, part one

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all under 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today is part one of our interview with Charli Howard, model and body positivity activist. In this episode she explains how an angry Facebook post after she was fired from her modelling agency for being "too fat" went viral, and led her to a whole new career and life.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/02/1812m 34s

Live 04: Be badass - your problems, our answers

f you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today we put our minds to work and answer your questions on hen parties, "luxury friends" and what to do if you've quit your job and now think you might have made a mistake.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/02/1820m 2s

Live 04: Be smart - can millennials ever get on the housing ladder?

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today we talk to housing expert Dawn Foster about just why it's become so difficult for first time buyers to get on the housing ladder, what the government could do to change this and the problems with shared ownership. We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/02/1811m 8s

Live 04: Be inspired - with Emma Sayle founder of Killing Kittens

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today we're talking to Emma Sayle, founder of the UK's most glamorous series of sex parties and events, Killing Kittens. She explains where the name comes from, how you launch a business with no marketing, and why clothes pegs make her laugh. We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/02/1819m 58s

Live 03: Be Badass - your problems, our answers in Badass Balls-ups part II

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today we answer your questions on whether or not to tell your hook-up partner that you've caught feelings, just what on earth is manifesting and does it work, and when is it time to find new friends.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/02/1811m 2s

Live 03: Be Badass - your problems, our answers in our Badass Balls-ups part I

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today we put our minds to work and answer your questions on becoming a manager, speaking in public and being in a relationship with an "influencer".We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/02/1810m 47s

Live 03: Be smart - We "ask the expert", how do you make a perfect pancake?

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 10 to 20 mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today we're gearing up for pancake day and tossing around the best way to make a crepe. Or an american style pancake. It caused a bit of debate...We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/02/1810m 32s

Live 03: Be inspired - with Chloe Brotheridge, author of the anxiety solution. Part II

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today is part two of our interview with Chloe Brotheridge, hypnotist and anxiety expert. In this episode we talk about why making a decision is so difficult, discuss a beginner's guide to meditation and look at some simple ways to manage anxiety.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/02/1813m 56s

Live 03: Be Inspired - with Chloe Brotheridge, author of The Anxiety Solution. Part I

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up each morning this week. They are all about 20mins so perfect for your daily commute. Today is part one of our interview with Chloe Brotheridge, hypnotist and anxiety expert. In this episode she explains the difference between anxiety and nerves, just what hypnotism is and how it can help with your anxiety, and the link between your gut health and your mind.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/02/1810m 53s

LIVE 02 - Be Inspired with Meshel Laurie author of 'Buddhism for the Unbelievably busy'

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up 3 times a week. They are all about 40 mins so perfect for your daily commute. This is our second live show and the first hour is all about being inspired. In this episode we cover the hot news topics this week and Emma gets a grilling on being too busy by our guest this week Meshel Laurie, author of 'Buddhism for the Unbelievably Busy'.We would love to get your feedback on our new show format so please do leave us a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/01/1851m 2s

Ep 118: Be BADASS - sharing our advice & wisdom in our 'Balls Ups'

If you have been listening to our podcast for a while you will notice this one is a little bit different! That's because our show is now 3 hours long so we've got LOADS of content for you which we will be putting up 3 times a week. They are all about 40mins so perfect for your daily commute. This is our THIRD one and it is all about being badass. We have EXTRA badass balls up in this one with LOADS of our wisdom and advice plus who are our badasses of the week? And how could we forget Natalie with our Badass Principle of the week. Happy FriYAY!Enjoying the Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts / iTunes. You can subscribe to our newsletter via our website www.badasswomenshour.com.Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.@Badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/01/1849m 1s

EP 117: Badass Extra - Are more women watching pornography?

We’re talking internet porn searches this week, from Parliament daily log in rates to news that more women are logging into You Porn. Is your porn watching decreasing or increasing? And what about feminist porn? Yet another week where Harriet and Emma corrupt Natalie...Enjoying Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes. We've also got a lovely website and soon to launch newsletter - www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/01/187m 43s

EP 116: BAWH meets Nicole Soames (Coach and Negotiator)

How is it mid-Jan already? If you're still plotting a life change and need to figure out how to negotiate it with your family, boss or partner then check out the pearls of wisdom shared by Nicole Soames, author of The Negotiation Book. We're also covering the hot topics of the week including how badass Oprah is, and has always been, #MeToo and more. As always we tackle your ballsups and Sally Nicholls, author of Things A Bright Girl Can Do shares a backdated badass that changed the medical profession forever.Enjoying Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes. We've also got a lovely website and soon to launch newsletter - www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/01/1846m 8s

EP 115: Badass Extra - To plan 2018 or not to plan 2018? That is the question!

We debate the merits of planning and goal setting to get the year off to a good start. Harriet is a big goal kinda woman, Nat is a theme and plan (aided by beautiful stationary) but no resolutions advocate and Ernestina Potts is all about setting ambitious goals and then getting on with life. What type are you?Enjoying Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes. We've also got a lovely website and soon to launch newsletter - www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/01/1810m 23s

EP 114: BAWH meets Pip Jamieson (Founder of The Dots)

We're back with the first show of 2018! Thanks for staying with us into the new year, we won't disappoint. This week we're joined by Pip Jamieson, Founder of The Dots, an online recruitment platform and community for 'no-collar workers'. She tells us how and why she got started and what it's like to raise a cool £4 million. Also joining us in the co-host chair is Ernestina Potts, Co-Founder of MilkToothLDN, the go to place for statement earrings. We discuss Celebrity Big Brother and er, feminism, social media and the affect it has on children and lots lots more.Enjoying Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes. We've also got a lovely website and soon to launch newsletter - www.badasswomenshour.com@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/01/1850m 37s

EP 113: BAWH and Friends in 2017

Happy New Year Badasses! We hope 2017 was kind, wonderful and badass and that 2018 is even bigger, better and obviously more badass for you all. In this final show of the year we recap on some of our guests and their best bits. We won't spoil the surprise on who we've picked. Enjoy x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/12/1748m 59s

EP 112: Badass Extra - What's the plan for 2018?

In our last extra bit for 2017 we talk goals, resolutions and stationary! What have you got planned for 2018 and how are you setting yourself up to succeed? We share our hints and tips to get you off on the right foot. We're joined by Harriet Hall (Head of Digital Features at Stylist Magazine) while Emma takes a little break.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/12/178m 56s

EP 111: BAWH meets Shami Chakrabarti (Campaigner, Politician and Author)

Happy Christmas Badasses! As the year draws to a close we reflect on 2017 with Harriet Hall (Emma is on holiday) in addition to covering off the usual news stories of the week. Baroness Shami Chakrabarti joins us to talk about her new book 'Of Women' and she tackles your #BadassBallsups too.Enjoying Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook...@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/12/1749m 28s

EP 110: Badass Extra - Can we make better gift choices this Christmas?

We've all been there, you know, the last minute panic buy to make sure you have the perfect present(s) for loved ones. Well this year we're sharing some new and improved options for your gift selection. It might be a bit late if you're an organised shopper but there's always next year to prepare for!?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/12/176m 9s

EP 109: BAWH meets Sophie Walker (Leader of the Women's Equality Party)

We find out what it takes to built a political movement this week! Sophie Walker, Leader of the Women's Equality Party (WEP) joins us to talk Westminster, kitchen table activism and changing politics for good. As always we take on your problems, sharing our 100-plus years of wisdom and Leyya Sattar from The Other box shares her #BackdatedBadass.Enjoying Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook...@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/12/1747m 10s

EP 108: Badass Extra does intimate vibrating Christmas jingles

Stephanie Alys, Chief Pleasure Officer at MysteryVibe quizzes us on Christmas jingles but on their latest vibrator. Tis' the season after all. MysteryVibe aims to empower couples and individuals through providing the complete pleasure experience with luxury sex toys and smart vibrators. Hilarity ensues....  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/12/178m 12s

EP 107: BAWH meets Cherry Healey (TV Presenter and Author)

This week we discuss Time Magazine's 'Person of the Year' feature, proposals for 10 days of domestic violence leave and Christmas ads. Don't say we're not versatile! Cherry Healey (one of the most badass people to wear PPE - Google it) stops by to talk careers, Fannies, and sex in long term relationships. Again, versatility folks ;). Helen Barrett (FT Work and Careers Editor) shares a musical maven for #BackdatedBadass and as always, we leave you with a 'Principle' to live your life by for the next seven days.Enjoying Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook...@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1749m 20s

EP 106: Badass Extra with Amanda Thomson (Founder of Skinny Prosecco)

Happy Friday! Here's an extra treat for you but if you're offended by drinking prosecco (you can actually hear it fizz on the mic), laughter and excitement then don't listen to this one. Amanda Thomson joins us to share her startup story while we 'test' her skills. Spoiler alert: she's brilliant and badass...We found Amanda through Twitter, Skinny Prosecco followed us and before you know it we had a little love-in. We couldn't believe there was a drink like this on the market - vegan and low sugar - so we asked her on. The joy of social media!To find out more about Skinny Prosecco, visit https://www.thomsonandscott.comEnjoy x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/12/1711m 41s

EP 105: Badass Extra with Lots Holloway

We get musical for this episode of Badass Extra (well, not us) but we're joined by Lots Holloway. She tells us more about her career and musical influences followed by a serenade. We can sum it up in one word. Badass.If you'd like to see the video for World's on Fire, check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nke8B3NNmCYEnjoy x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/12/177m 59s

EP 104: BAWH meets Mika Simmons (Actress and Founder of the Lady Garden Campaign)

Well the big news story this week is all about love and we are here for it. Roll on the Royal Wedding! We also meet the brilliant Mika Simmons to find out why she started the Lady Garden Campaign and Harriet Hall shares a fashion innovator for #BackdatedBadass. As always, we leave you with a 'Principle' to live your life by for the next seven days.Enjoying Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook...@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/12/1748m 56s

Ep 103: BAWH extra - Women and Hollywood

Just what is going on in Hollywood and have we reached the moment when it all changes for women? BAFTA winning director of Bend It Like Beckham, Gurinder Chadha joins us to discuss.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/11/1713m 38s

Ep 102: BAWH meets Dr Barbara Sturm

From debating why just some cases of human trafficking make the news to looking at ways to research a business idea, via a chat with Kim Kardashian's favourite facialist (and creator of the vampire facial), Dr Barbara Sturm, this week's episode is jam packed with everything you need to set you up for a Badass week.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/11/1748m 32s

Ep 101: BAWH extra - Global Entrepreneurship Week and Kikki K

We talk to the founder of stationery range Kikki K about what it takes to launch a business, how you go global and what she's learned along the way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/11/1711m 15s

Ep 100: BAWH meets the women of Etsy

Have a crafty hobby that you think you could turn into a business? As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week we talk to the MD of Etsy UK about what makes a successful creative business, plus meet a woman who turned her Etsy shop into a full time business. And of course, we have our news review of the week, we answer your problems and we meet another Backdated Badass.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/11/1744m 26s

Ep 99: Badass extra - Harriet meets Tanya Burr

We talk all things Christmas planning with YouTuber Tanya Burr plus she tells us why her focus for 2018 is going to be acting and what it takes to balance a whole host of different careers.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/11/1710m 44s

Ep 98: BAWH meets Bowel Babe

What would you do if you were diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer in your 30s? This week's guest tells us why she's turned her diagnosis into a mission to raise awareness about the disease and why we all need to get over our fear of talking about poo. Plus we discuss the #newvogue and learn about one of the female leaders of the civil rights movement. @badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton@bowelbabe  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/11/1745m 28s

Ep 97: Badass extra: Emma's EASY guide to personal brand

Our very own Emma Sexton gives you the benefit of her wisdom and explains what everyone means when they talk about "personal brand" in four EASY steps. Enjoying the Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/11/177m 52s

Ep 96: BAWH meets Attollo Lingerie

This week we were joined by Fleurette Mulcahy and Alice Holden, founders of Attollo lingerie, to talk about the ups and downs of startup life, why boobs are a political issue and the unique way they taught their male investors to understand the pain of a badly fitting bra. Plus we discuss the fallout of the Westminster sexual harassment claims, advise a reader on what to do when you hate your colleagues and learn about a woman who changed the course of Irish history.Enjoying the Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton@attollolingerie  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/11/1748m 54s

EP 95: Badass Extra - Does being single make you more successful?

Does being single make you more successful? Can you only be successful if you are not in a relationship? Or, like Emma, do you make the decision to just not to compromise on anything - not sure Harriet is in agreement. Enjoying the Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/11/177m 40s

EP 94: BAWH meets Munroe Bergdorf (Social Activist & Model)

This week we were HONOURED to have Munroe Bergdorf join us to talk about THAT L'Oreal campaign and the incredible new projects she has been involved with since, such as the new HuffPost series The New Activists. Plus, our news stories of the week and an interesting 'Balls up' on sexting - watch out for Emma and Natalie getting a bit feisty! AND our Backdated Badass is a STEM role model you really need to know about as we are still using her invention today.Enjoying the Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/10/1748m 43s

EP 93: Badass Extra - Are we experiencing an uprising?

With a week of so many intense news stories regarding women are we now experiencing an uprising? Will positive change emerge? All will it be all talk no action?Enjoying the Badass Women’s Hour? We’d love you to leave us a review on iTunes. Or join in the conversation via Instagram, twitter and Facebook.@badasswomenshr@HarrietMinter@NatDCampbell@emmasexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/10/178m 9s

EP 92: BAWH meets Bianca Miller-Cole (Apprentice Star, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Author)

So many news stories about women this week it was hard to know what to pick to discuss with our listeners - obviously we covered #MeToo and are we bad feminsts for wincing at the new Bodyform advert we also love so much? Our guest this week was Bianca Miller-Cole, a badass entrepreneur who has just published the 'Self Made Book' - basically it is all you need to know about setting up a business and we highly recommend it. Plus so much wisdom this week in our Balls Up section and a women from history who was probably the first person to start the conversation on intersectionalty. Join in the conversation and let us know what you are thinking on twitter and instagram - @badasswomenshr  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/10/1747m 23s

EP 91: Badass Extra - Is stock imagery actually real life?

So this is the missing extra from a few weeks ago! We discuss stock imagery and whether or not it actually reflects really life. Do you spend time laughing over salads? In bellowing hair shots? Find out what our last photos show about life. We'd love you to review our podcast and drop us a line on the socials with your comments... @Badasswomenshr @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/10/176m 34s

EP 90: BAWH meets Stacey Solomon (TV Personality and Jungle Queen)

NEW GIRL CRUSH ALERT this week we were joined by Stacey Solomon and what a beautiful human she is - hear all her words of wisdom AND we had an extra sprinkling of badassery this week from 'Chief Fanny Defender' Nimko Ali who co-hosted the show as poor Harriet Minter was sick this week - get well soon H! We talked about the Dove advertising campaign, Chris Hughes, #womenboycotttwitter plus our Badass Balls Ups and a woman in history who shaped the film industry who you have probably never heard about.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/10/1746m 3s

EP 88: Badass Extra - What type of friend are you?

An article published on The Pool last week suggests we have different friends for different stages of life. We ponder the options and ask ourselves what type of friend our friends would say we are. Do you want to join us for a Badass Extra recording? We're giving you the opportunity to join us to record a Badass Extra on the topic of your choice. All you need to do is leave us a review on Apple Podcast/iTunes sharing your Badass Extra idea then tweet us (@Badasswomenshr) a snapshot so we have your contact details. We'll pick the best idea and hey presto...you'll be recording it with us before the end of the year. There's no science to the selection other than us liking it for an extra bit. Thinking caps on!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/10/178m 19s

EP 87: BAWH meets Alice and Phanella, Founders of The Step Up Club

The passing of Hugh Hefner leads this weeks news stories - was he good for women and sex? We explore this further. We also discuss Saudi Arabia lifting the ban on women being able to drive and Tinder collecting our data for commercial purposes (oh Tinder!). Our guests this week are the fabulous duo behind The Step Up Club, Alice Olins and Phanella Mayall Fine. Harriet Hall returns to share her #backdatedbadass. We'd love you to review our podcast and drop us a line on the socials with your comments... @Badasswomenshr @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/10/1751m 28s

EP 86: Badass Extra - Interview with Hallie Meyers-Shyer and Nancy Meyers (HOME AGAIN)

This this special episode of Badass Extra we speak to the Producer and Director/Writer of Home Again, the new movie staring Reese Witherspoon and Martin Sheen. We saw a preview and it's rather good, a solid romcom with lots of warm messages about life, love and family. It's on general release on the 29th September.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/09/1711m 58s

EP 85: BAWH meets Cindy Gallop (Sex Tech Entrepreneur)

This week we cover the big news stories of the week and we're joined by one of our #womancrushes, Cindy Gallop. In true badass style she tells us how she started Make Love Not Porn and challenges us all to take micro-actions to make the world a better place. Our #BackdatedBadass is presented by Jacquelyn Guderley, Founder & CEO of Salomé, the literary magazine for emerging female writers. We'd love you to review our podcast and drop us a line on the socials with your comments... @Badasswomenshr @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/09/1748m 33s

EP 84: Badass Extra - Dear Deidre Replay

This episode was about stock images but something's gone wrong so it's a golden oldie instead. If you want to know what we discussed in the missing episode...When you google 'woman' or search for images of women on stock photo libraries you don't get much more than glossy hair shots so we search our own phones for the last photo to see if life really does mirror the stock image 'reality'. We'd love you to review our podcast and drop us a line on the socials with your comments... @Badasswomenshr @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/09/175m 23s

EP 83: BAWH meets Steph Douglas (Founder, Don't Buy Her Flowers)

This week we cover the women suing Google over pay 'segregation' and Kate Hudson's description of women who have c-sections as 'lazy'. Our badass businesswoman this week is Steph Douglas, the founder of online retail store Don't Buy Her Flowers. She drops some serious wisdom pearls! Our #backdatedbadass is the late Louise Hay, presented by Samantha Clarke, founder of the Growth and Happiness School. We'd love you to review our podcast and drop us a line on the socials with your comments... @Badasswomenshr @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/09/1748m 57s

EP 82: Badass Extra - How do you get stuck in a window retrieving poo?

This one needs no introduction...a woman did a stupid thing and her date captured it. We discuss the madness...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/09/174m 23s

EP 81: BAWH meets Ruby Warrington (Mystic and Author)

There are so many nuggets of gold in this episode - even if we do say so ourselves. Ruby Warrington talks us through her mystic business The Numinous and Natasha Lunn, Features Editor at Red Magazine shares her #Backdatedbadass  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/09/1749m 23s

EP 80: Badass Extra - What is the #DisneyPrincess thing all about?

In this extra bit for you badasses we give Disney some ideas on their next female lead. Warning: Natalie sings Disney songs...Emma threatens her ;).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/09/176m 46s

EP 79: BAWH meets Foluke Akinlose (Founder of Precious Awards)

This week we discuss the 20 year anniversary of Princess Diana's death, L'Oreal's mistreatment of Munroe Bergdorf and we explore the challenges of building a brand for women of colour. Our #backdatedbadass is presented by Harriet Hall, Digital Features Editor of Stylist Magazine.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/09/1748m 2s

Ep 78: Badass Extra - Is Joss Whedon a feminist and do we care?

Joss Whedon's ex-wife has written an open letter claiming that anyone calling Whedon a feminist has been grossly misled. Is it actually possible for any man to be a feminist and if it isn't, does that mean we have to take Buffy off our Netflix favourites?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/08/175m 33s

Ep 77: BAWH meets the founders of HANX

If you could reinvent one product what would it be? Dr Sarah Welsh and Farrah Kabir decided they wanted to rethink condoms. They explain to us why their company is changing safe sex forever and what it takes to launch a sex brand. Plus we learn about feminist campaigner Millicent Fawcett and answer the age old question: can men and women ever just be friends?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/08/1747m 53s

Ep 76: Badass extra - Ann Shoket (former editor-in-chief of Seventeen magazine) talks millennials

What can the older generation learn from millennial women? Ann Shoket (former editor-in-chief of Seventeen magazine and author of The Big Life) believes that millennials have the secrets of happiness, if we'd only listen to them. Follow us on Twitter: @badasswomenshr @harrietminter @natdcampbell @emmasexton @annshoket  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/08/179m 27s

Ep 75 BAWH meets Style Me Sunday (fashion blogger)

What do you do when life doesn't turn out as you planned? Fashion blogger and body positivity campaigner Natalie Lee (aka Style Me Sunday) talks to us about how her family coped when her daughter was diagnosed with a degenerative eye condition. We also talk about partition and how we teach history in British schools, what to talk about at a job interview and the legend that is Millicent Fawcett. Follow us on Twitter: @badasswomenshr @harrietminter @natdcampbell @emmasexton @stylemesunday  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/08/1748m 9s

Ep 74: Badass Extras - the one where we discuss Ross and Rachel

After reading a brilliant Twitter thread on why Friends should have let the Rachel and Joey relationship work, we debate the sitcom's enduring romance and whether it's influenced our own romantic beliefs. Props to @kaneandgriffin whose brilliant Twitter musings inspired this week's extra bits.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/08/178m 51s

Ep 73: BAWH meets author Lucy Vine

We talk 21st century chick-lit with author Lucy Vine, debate what we would have done with the Google emailer, help one 26 year old whose life is a hot mess and learn all about the founder of Breast Cancer Care.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/08/1750m 17s

Ep 72: Badass Extra - what social good should schools teach?

With the news that a new campaign has launched to teach schoolchildren more about breastfeeding, we ask which other outdated taboos schools should be breaching.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/08/174m 37s

Ep 71: BAWH meets Digital Mums

Can you create a business which doesn't just turn a profit but also does some good? How do we really embed flexible working? And what do we need to do to bring mums back to the workforce? Plus we help one listener decide whether or not to follow her heart and move abroad, and we learn about the first Irish woman to fly a plane.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/08/1747m 1s

Ep 70: Badass Extra - our holiday fails

If you're lying on the beach right now...then watch out, if you're anything like us it's all about to go wrong.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/08/175m 41s

Ep 69: BAWH meets Grace Victory

YouTube star and author Grace Victory talks about growing up online, why the internet still discriminates against anyone a little bit different and the power of owning your story. We're also joined by Poorna Bell to talk women's cricket and the morning after pill, plus our Backdated Badass is still sending women into space.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/07/1747m 46s

Ep 68: Badass Extra - reinventing the wheel (and other things)

What would you reinvent? With the news that a company is reinventing beer specifically for women (*eye roll*), we look at a few of the other products and ideas we think could do with a revamp.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/07/175m 39s

Ep 67: BAWH meets Cathy Brown (professional boxer)

How do you deal with life's knocks? Ex-professional boxer Cathy "the bitch" Brown tells us about how boxing changed her life and gave her back her confidence. Talking about boxing, therapy, IVF and resilience, Brown gives the Badass crew some life lessons to live by. Plus we answer your questions and celebrate Jane Austen.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/07/1749m 47s

Ep 66: Badass Extra - the mistakes we wish we hadn't made

You know those ideas you have which you just can't believe could ever go wrong? And yet, somehow five hours later you're in A&E wondering how you could have ever thought this was a good idea. Yes, those... we've got them too and this week we're telling you all about them.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/07/179m 26s

Ep 65: BAWH meets Anna Hart (Social Media Influencer)

Want to be a social media influencer? This week's guest runs an agency just for those Insta-celebs and tells us how it's done. Plus, we discuss whether Scotland is the most feminist point in the UK, how to let go of a mentor when you no longer need them and how to make a smear test a little less terrifying.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/07/1747m 56s

EP 64: BAWH Live X What She Said (W London Hotel)

Powertalk, W style. This month our topic was Style vs. Fashion and we were joined by Grace Woodward, Celebrity Stylist, and Sarah Curran, MBE, Managing Director of Very Exclusive. We covered everything from Vogue firing Lucinda Chambers to cultural appropriation. This show is not one you'll want to miss.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/07/171h 7m

EP 63: Badass Extra - A lesson in Feminism?

In our never-ending quests to be better feminists, we found a list of five words every human needs to know and learned some things!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/07/178m 10s

EP 62: BAWH meets June Sarpong

This week we were in for a treat as we were joined by the LEGEND which is June Sarpong - such good fun vibes plus we learnt so much as Natalie was particularly wise this week about what to do when you get made redundant, things to remember to do on a sex sabbatical plus hear about our Backdated Badass who is still saving our lives today.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/07/1748m 16s

EP 61: Badass Extra - HORRIFYING facts we discovered this week

This week our horrifying facts will probably ruin two of the biggest pleasures in life. We can't even....  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/07/177m 4s

EP 60: BAWH meets Editor of Women's Health UK, Claire Sanderson

This week we are joined by Claire Sanderson - the day after Women's Health Magazine wins an award! Plus would you like to be on a universal basic income? Would you buy Christian Louboutin's new nudes? And should you test your partner out?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/07/1748m 34s

EP 59: Badass Extra - Can everyone please stop talking about....

Is there too much talk about sex? Are we at a sex saturation point? Asking for a friend, well Harriet wants to know.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/06/174m 54s

EP 58: BAWH meets Mel Goldsmith co-founder of Smith & Sinclair

What do you think about boys protesting in skirts? Are you cheering now Uber got rid of that Travis Kalanick? And have you found that doctors just don't listen to you? Plenty to chat about this week especially when you are tipsy on Smith & Sinclair's alcoholic sweets which were YUMMY!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/06/1748m 42s

EP 57: Badass Extra - Just how do you get out of social situation?

We were inspired by an article about an antisocial woman who pretended to be blind for 28 YEARS so she didn't have to talk to anyone! What excuses do you use to get out of those awkward social situations? How do you leave those networking events when you really have had enough?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/06/174m 35s

EP 56: BAWH Live X What She Said (W London Hotel)

Power talk, W style. Every last Tuesday of each month. This month our topic was Women in Sport. We were joined by: Kate Dale: Head of Brand and Campaigns at Sports England Kate Richardson Walsh, OBE: Captain of the England Olympic Hockey Team, Olympic gold medal winner. Alison Kervin, OBE: Sports Editor of the Mail on Sunday W London gives bold and inspiring women from the worlds of fashion, music, design, media, fitness and more a stage in which to share their personal stories, inviting attendees to share views, mix, mingle and network in an unfiltered and uniquely W way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/06/171h 24m

EP 55: BAWH meets Debbie Wosskow OBE & Anna Jones co-founders of AllBright

Yet another sad week of news but we're spotlighting the community-led effort to help the families of the Grenfell disaster. We also cover Love Island gossip and NASA, because we're versatile like that! The AllBright co-founders join us with great business advice and we have another incredible Backdated Badass you really need to know about.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/06/1748m 46s

EP 54: Badass Extra - Our Wonder Woman Film Review

Have you seen the new Wonder Woman film? What did you think? Hear what we thought - did we love it or did we hate it? Natalie is an action movie fanatic so expect a professional informed review, where Emma and Harriet just wanted Wonder Woman to be more 'woke'...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/06/176m 36s

EP 53: BAWH meets Sandra Peat & Rebecca Rhodes (Co-founders of Superhuman)

We obviously had to talk politics this week but we added some balance by asking are you 'woke'? We were also joined by Sandra and Rebecca from Superhuman, a creative agency producing campaigns for women, led by women.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/06/1748m 38s

EP 52: Badass Extra - What Should We Invest In?

Apparently your handbag could give you a better financial return than your bank. Well, if you own a Chanel one that is. Seeing as we don't, we've come up with things we own that should give us a yearly ROI (Hint: IKEA furniture).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/06/175m 48s

EP 51: BAWH meets Hannah Witton (Vlogger and Writer)

Wonder Woman, UEFA and marriage (to train stations?!) are the big news stories this week. We're also joined by Hannah Witton, Vlogger and writer to discuss sex education, the pill and what being a Vlogger means to her.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/06/1748m 43s

EP 50: Badass Extra - Is social media stalking new/ex partners okay?

We've all done it right? One photo too many later we realise we know more about a potential partner or ex than we should. Or is that just us? .  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/06/174m 44s

EP 49: BAWH Live X What She Said (W London Hotel)

W London and Badass Women's Hour are giving bold and inspiring women from the worlds of fashion, music, design, media, fitness and more a stage in which to share their personal stories, inviting attendees to share views, mix, mingle and network. This month, we discussed gender stereotypes, gender gaps and role models within the music industry. Our fabulous panel included: - Leonie Cooper, Senior Staff Writer at NME - Georgia LA, DJ, presenter, writer and producer - Jane Kennedy, Director of Licensing & Partnerships at Modest Management  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/05/171h 2m

EP 48: BAWH cover the news of the week

It's been a horrid week so we're asking what the 'correct' response is when it comes to social media and national tragedies. We also tackle your #Badassballsups and Sinead McIntyre, Editor of Fabulous Magazine shares her #BackdatedBadass  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/05/1744m 6s

EP 47: Badass Extra - Should we be sharing a bed with our partners?

Research shows what Nat and Em have long suspected, sharing a bed with your partner could be bad for your relationship. We dig into this topic and more in our little bit of extra love for you podcast listeners.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/05/174m 52s

EP 46: BAWH meets Eleanor Mills (Editorial Director of The Sunday Times)

We explore the 'bad' relationship between millennials that eat avocado and home ownership. Eleanor Mills drops by to share her thoughts on building a career that lasts before getting stuck into our badass #ballsups.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/05/1747m 48s

EP 45: Badass Extra - What makes us say WOW?

We discuss our 'WOW' moments this month - inspired by our co-host Melanie Eusebe, Executive Producer of the Women of the World (WOW) Festival at London Southbank.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/05/177m 51s

EP 44: BAWH meets Emma Gannon (Writer and Podcaster)

This week we're joined by the woman who 'grew up with the Internet', the fabulous Emma Gannon and we talk breastfeeding, single category awards and more. Melanie Eusebe, Executive Producer of the WOW Festivals is our co-host this week and Emma Sexton is in the hot seat.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/05/1749m 19s

EP 43: Badass Extra - Do you believe in ghosts?

So, there is no science to this one at all. It was a question on a quiz show we had on in the studio and we started talking about it (we were going to share what dog we'd be but our producer said that sucked).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/05/174m 47s

EP 42: BAWH meets Sarah Wood (Co-founder and CEO of Unruly)

We cover off the news stories on everyone lips over the last week including Brad Pitt's GQ interview and the rise of 'FemTech' (why do we need a 'fem' name for it?). We're also joined by Sarah Wood, CEO of Unruly, basically she's kickass and badass combined!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/05/1748m 37s

EP 41: Badass Extra - Alphas vs. Beta vs. Gamma?

Which type is your type and are all alpha folks 'alpha a-holes' or are some lovely aka 'alpha lovelies'? And what exactly is a 'Beta and 'Gamma'  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/05/176m 29s

EP 41: Badass Extra - Alphas vs. Beta vs. Gamma?

Which type is your type and are all alpha folks 'alpha a-holes' or are some lovely aka 'alpha lovelies'?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/05/176m 29s

EP 40: BAWH meets Luisa Omielan (Comedian)

The Badass Women's Hour trio tackle Brigitte Macron, 'stealthing' and apps to help you break-up with your partner. Luisa Omielan, comedian and creator of the 'What Would Beyonce Do?' show pops by so expect a lot of laughter!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/04/1748m 7s

Ep 39: Badass Extras: would you buy a sex robot?

This week a company announced it had created the ultimate male sex robot. But would any of us actually use it?! We discuss the pros and cons.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/04/175m 17s

Ep 38: BAWH meets Lorraine Candy (editor of Sunday Times Style)

The Badass Women's Hour celebrates all things Serena Williams, asks publishing legend Lorraine Candy for her best career advice and helps one listener find her purpose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/04/1745m 50s

EP 36: Badass Extra - Are we 'bad feminists'?

Buzzfeed recently published an article with 23 ways modern day feminists might have subconsciously failed the sisterhood, we take the test to see how truly feminist we are.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/04/177m 15s

EP 35: BAWH meets Daisy Buchanan (Author and Grazia Agony Aunt)

Author and agony aunt, Daisy Buchanan, explains the fundamentals of being a grown up and shares her wisdom in our Badass Balls Ups. Plus, we debate that Pepsi ad and realise that actually we might be bad feminists.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/04/1748m 31s

EP 34: Badass Extra - Where are the women on radio?

Just 4% of radio shows are hosted by an all woman team, we talk about why this just isn't good enough.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/04/175m 52s

EP 33: BAWH meets Poorna Bell (Huffington Post Exec Editor and Author)

We take on Mike Pence and his views on dining with women, discuss whether paternity leave is the answer to equality and meet Poorna Bell, UK executive editor of The Huffington Post. We also help one listener stand out at work and wonder where has old fashioned romance gone?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/04/1746m 45s

EP 32: Badass Extra - The Girl-Crush on Gina Miller

This week we interviewed Gina Miller for our main show and now, spoiler alert, we love her. In this extras episode we discuss our girl crushes old and new.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/03/176m 38s

EP 31: BAWH meets Gina Miller (Campaigner and Businesswoman)

This week we're giving you our Badass opinion on the fear of missing out on motherhood, managing Brexit anxiety and whether we really need a day to celebrate happiness. Plus we meet campaigner and all round super woman Gina Miller, who tells us how she dealt with the online abuse she faced after her legal campaign to give parliament a vote on triggering Article 50. She also tells us what makes her so resilient and how we call all be activists. Plus we answer your Badass Balls Ups and introduce you to this week's Backdated Badass - a woman from history that you should know more about.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/03/1748m 5s

EP 30: BAWH meets Hilary Rowland (Founder of BOOM Cycle)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/03/1749m 14s

EP 29: Badass Extra - Dear Deidre

Because we loved last weeks column we decided to take on another Dear Deidre ask for help. What do you do when you want to get off with your best mate's Ex? Hint: DON'T DO IT!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/03/174m 28s

EP 27: Badass Extra - Useless skills anyone?

We thought we'd share our useless skills with you - both high and low brow banter ensues, be warned.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/03/174m 48s

EP 26: BAWH meets Sharmadean Reid (Founder of Wah Nails)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/03/1749m 25s

EP 25: BAWH X What She Said (W London Hotel)

Our show comes to you live from W London Hotel. INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY THEME: BE BOLD FOR CHANGE! W London and Badass Women's Hour are giving bold and inspiring women from the worlds of fashion, music, design, media, fitness and more a stage in which to share their personal stories, inviting attendees to share views, mix, mingle and network. This month we invited women to pitch their life-changing and bold ideas to our panel, we then offered connections, introductions and advice on making it happen. Our panel included: - Ernestina Hall - Head of Campaigns at Virgin and Founder of MilkTooth LDN - Melanie Eusebe - Executive Producer of WOW Festivals and Founder of the BBBA Awards - Emma Hart - Founder of PushPR  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/03/171h 13m

EP 24: Badass Extra - Dear Deidre

We take on a Dear Deidre ask for help - what do we think this love forlorn lady should do about her wayward lover? Hint: Delete. Block.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/03/175m 23s

EP 23: BAWH meets Liz Fraser (Mental Health Campaigner)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. On the first Tuesday of the month we host a live event at the W London Hotel called What She Said X Badass Women's Hour. If you'd like to join the fun follow us on social media for updates. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @badasswomenshr #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/03/1749m 29s

EP 22: Badass Extra - If we ruled the world...

We share what we'd do if we ruled the world. Hint: Sex, red wine and...? Listen to find out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/03/176m 2s

EP 21: BAWH meets Pip and Joan (Founders of FRAME Studios)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. On the first Tuesday of the month we host a live event at the W London Hotel called What She Said X Badass Women's Hour. If you'd like to join the fun follow us on social media for updates. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @badasswomenshr #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/02/1745m 18s

EP 20: Badass Extra - Can we get into Cambridge University?

Harriet and Emma go head-to-head to answer the 'Cambridge University Interview Questions'. Are they really the questions asked at interview? Who knows. But you can find out who won...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/02/174m 41s

EP 19: BAWH meets Michelle Kennedy (Tech Entrepreneur)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. On the first Tuesday of the month we host a live event at the W London Hotel called What She Said X Badass Women's Hour. If you'd like to join the fun follow us on social media for updates. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BadassWomensHR #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/02/1746m 56s

EP 18: BAWH X What She Said (W London Hotel)

Our monthly outing at the W London Hotel. MEDIA DARLINGS: CHANGING CONVERSATIONS ONE WOMAN AT A TIME W London and Badass Women's Hour are giving bold and inspiring women from the worlds of fashion, music, design, media, fitness and more a stage in which to share their personal stories, inviting attendees to share views, mix, mingle and network. This month our panel featured: - Sarah-Jane Mee, Sky News Breakfast Anchor - Harriet Hall, Digital Features Editor of Stylist, in charge of the Ask a Feminist column - Kate Ward, Vice President of International, Refinery29 Hosted and moderated by our legendary badass trio: - Harriet Minter, journalist and broadcaster - Emma Sexton, Co-founder of FLOCK network. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work - Natalie Campbell, Social entrepreneur, author and business coach. Founding partner of A Very Good Company. #WHATSHESAID #BAWH @WLONDONHOTEL  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/02/171h 8m

EP 17: BAWH meets Alix Fox (Sex Expert)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. On the first Tuesday of the month we host a live event at the W London Hotel called What She Said X Badass Women's Hour. If you'd like to join the fun follow us on social media for updates. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BadassWomensHR #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/02/1747m 26s

EP 16: BAWH meets Nimko Ali (FGM Campaigner)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. On the first Tuesday of the month we host a live event at the W London Hotel called What She Said X Badass Women's Hour. If you'd like to join the fun follow us on social media for updates. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BadassWomensHR #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/02/1748m 53s

EP 15: BAWH meets Gemma Cairney (BBC Presenter)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. On the first Tuesday of the month we host a live event at the W London Hotel called What She Said X Badass Women's Hour. If you'd like to join the fun follow us on social media for updates. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BadassWomensHR #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/01/1750m 43s

EP 14: BAWH meets Nichi Hodgson (Dating Expert)

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. On the first Tuesday of the month we host a live event at the W London Hotel called What She Said X Badass Women's Hour. If you'd like to join the fun follow us on social media for updates. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BadassWomensHR #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/01/1752m 33s

EP 13: BAWH joins the talkRADIO family

Three women, one hour and a whole load of badass! We cover the weeks hot topics and get to know some of the UK's brilliantly badass bosses, creatives and changemakers. We also answer your life dilemmas and leave you with our motivational hi-five - 'The Badass Principle' - each and every week. On the first Tuesday of the month we host a live event at the W London Hotel called What She Said X Badass Women's Hour. If you'd like to join the fun follow us on social media for updates. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @BadassWomensHR #BAWH Emma, Harriet, Natalie x  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/01/1755m 13s

EP 12: BAWH on '2016' and leaving make-up behind

We've decided to make our monthly outing a weekly show - hurrah! But this is the last podcast of the year - bah humbug! This week we're talking women in the world in 2016, our preference for make-up or a bare-face and what we would do to a cheating boyfriend (a hint - Home Alone style). We also share our tips for smashing goals in 2017. Listen now to find out how. Each week our show format includes 'badass balls-ups' where we will help you to approach your life's challenges with a true badass style. And you can nominate a women in history who you think should be our 'backdated badass' - our section where we share the stories of incredible women not featured in our history books. We have some exciting news coming soon so stay tuned to our Twitter pages for announcements. Lots of love... Badass Hosts @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/12/1652m 38s

EP 11: BAWH on Sex and Sexuality

W London is giving bold and inspiring women from the worlds of fashion, music, design, media, fitness and more a stage in which to share their personal stories, inviting attendees to share views, mix, mingle and network. In our live edition we discuss everything you wanted to know about Sex & Sexuality and how this differentiates us as women. We'll also candidly discuss everything from the common problems that women face regarding sex to intimacy apps. Our panel includes: - Kate Moyle, Psychosexual Therapist. - Rhyannon Styles, ELLE magazine's transgender columnist. - Alix Fox, Journalist and broadcaster. Sex Educator of the year 2016. - Emma Sexton, Co-founder of FLOCK network. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work Moderated by the fabulous Harriet Minter, journalist and broadcaster.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/12/1616m 25s

EP 10: BAWH on 'Bossing it' and finding men in London

We've decided to make our monthly outing a weekly show - hurrah! This week we're talking business basics, the real entrepreneurial hustle and finding single men in London. Want to know what links them together? Listen now to find out. Each week our show format includes 'badass balls-ups' where we will help you to approach your life's challenges with a true badass style - just tweet us with your questions. And you can nominate a women in history who you think should be our 'backdated badass' - our section where we share the stories of incredible women not featured in our history books. Let us know what you think! Badass Hosts @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/11/161h 2m

EP 9: BAWH on 'Luxury Friends' and the U.S Election

We've decided to make our monthly outing a weekly show - hurrah! This week we're talking about the U.S. Presidential Election, 'luxury friends' and dealing with negativity. Each week our show format includes 'badass balls-ups' where we will help you to approach your life's challenges with a true badass style - just tweet us with your questions. And you can nominate a women in history who you think should be our 'backdated badass' - our section where we share the stories of incredible women not featured in our history books. Let us know what you think! Badass Hosts @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/11/1658m 29s

EP 8: BAWH on Bono and Boobs

We've decided to make our monthly outing a weekly show - hurrah! This week we're talking Bono, Boobs and Men... Each week our show format includes 'badass balls-ups' where we will help you to approach your life's challenges with a true badass style - just tweet us with your questions. And you can nominate a women in history who you think should be our 'backdated badass' - our section where we share the stories of incredible women not featured in our history books. Let us know what you think! Badass Hosts @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/11/1654m 7s

EP 7: BAWH on Health and Wellbeing

With an increasing focus on health and wellbeing, we've all become obsessed with feeling good and eating well. We discuss the role that this awareness plays in our daily lives, how social media has influenced this movement and hear from the experts what it takes to maintain a truly healthy and balanced lifestyle. Our live panel included: - Naomi White, Fitness PR manager and instructor for Boom Cycle. - Chelsea Parsons, founder of Well and Happy Chocolate. - Julie Montagu, the Flexi Foodie and cast member on Ladies of London. Also named one of the Top 10 Holistic Health Icons in the world! And your usual badass hosts - Harriet Minter, Emma Sexton and Natalie Campbell.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/10/1659m 6s

EP 6: BAWH on 'Essex Girls' and strikes in Iceland

We've decided to make our monthly outing a weekly show - hurrah! This week we're talking Essex Girls, strikes in Iceland and GBBO. Each week our show format includes 'badass balls-ups' where we will help you to approach your life's challenges with a true badass style - just tweet us with your questions. And you can nominate a women in history who you think should be our 'backdated badass' - our section where we share the stories of incredible women not featured in our history books. Let us know what you think! Badass Hosts @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/10/1648m 54s

EP 5: BAWH on Clinton and Wonder Woman

We've decided to make our monthly outing a weekly show - hurrah! This week we're talking Clinton and that other guy, the U.N. appointing Wonder Woman as it's women's ambassador and we ask the question 'are we the new men?'. Each week our show format includes 'badass balls-ups' where we will help you to approach your life's challenges with a true badass style - just tweet us with your questions. And you can nominate a women in history who you think should be our 'backdated badass' - our section where we share the stories of incredible women not featured in our history books. Let us know what you think! Badass Hosts @HarrietMinter @NatDCampbell @EmmaSexton  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/10/1653m 9s

EP 4: BAWH on Sustainability and the Future of Fashion

As part of W London's Finishing Touches events around Fashion Week, this special edition talk centres around Fashion, with a focus on sustainability and the future of the fashion industry. Our panel includes: - Martine Jarlgaard, who would have just presented her SS17 collection using HoloLens headset technology as part of W London's Finishing Touches - the UK's first augmented reality fashion show. - Matthew Drinkwater, who heads up LCF's Fashion Innovation Agency, which partners the most exciting designer talent in London with the latest fashiont tech to create ground-breaking brand collaborations. - Jessi Baker, founder of www.provenance.com profivding brands a platform that empowers them to take steps toward greater transparency by tracing the origins and histories of products. - Natalie Campbell, Social entrepreneur, author and business coach. Founding partner of A Very Good Company. - Emma Sexton, Co-founder of FLOCK network. Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work Moderated...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/10/1654m 9s

EP 3: BAWH on Women, Power and Business

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27/07/1627m 49s

EP 2: BAWH on Women, Power and Politics

Coming off the back of Brexit 6 badass women set the record straight on what women want and announce our political women #Squad of the future.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/06/161h 8m
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