In The Pink

In The Pink

By Natalie Pinkham

In The Pink is the podcast in which Natalie Pinkham talks to a cross section of interesting people, finding out about their childhoods, careers, regrets and aspirations; hear exactly what makes them tick.


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Episodes

Full episode: From X-Factor to Loose Women with TV's Kate Thornton

Next up we have another member of TV's royals, Kate Thornton. She discusses how she worked up her way up from Smash Hits magazine to presenting the X-Factor during its creation. But what was it like working with Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh? That chapter came to a public departure, and Thornton gives her side to that story. The presenter bounced back though to present one of the most successful morning TV shows in Loose Women. Another fantastic insight into the media industry's leading ladies. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/06/2050m 20s

Bitesize: Sir Jackie Stewart - Behind the racing career

Now to another short look at our interview with racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart. The Scot talks about his glittering career, and even reveals how he stumbled upon the tradition of spraying champagne on the podium. Sir Jackie also discusses his favourite race tracks and what makes each one so special. But how do you cope with life after such an extreme day job, he reveals all. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/06/2021m 21s

Bitesize: Sir Jackie Stewart - What makes a great driver?

Dive into the mind of Sir Jackie Stewart, one of the best Formula One drivers all off time and find out what really made him so great. The racing legend talks about his unusual route into the sport, and his driving mentors. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/06/2016m 57s

Full episode: Pinkers and 'The Flying Scot' Sir Jackie Stewart

The word legend may be overused in sporting context these days, but that certainly isn't the case with Sir Jackie Stewart. The Scottish racer won three F1 titles during one of the most dangerous eras of the sport, with many of his friends and fellow racers dieing along the way. He opens up about his dyslexia and how that actually drove him harder to succeed. Sir Jackie, now a pundit and ambassador to the sport, talks about the current driver line up, gives his all time greats and discusses the most iconic races. This is for one for all the racing fans out there!! Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/05/201h 3m

Bitesize: Will Greenwood assesses England rugby and the 2019 WC Final

Here's a short look back at our interview with rugby royal Will Greenwood. The former England man assesses the state of the current team as well as Eddie Jones' managerial style. Greenwood looks back at the side's impressive run at the World Cup in 2019, with them eventually falling just short in the final to South Africa. But what could they have done differently to get over the line? Have a listen and find out. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/05/2018m 2s

Full episode: England rugby and lockdown life with Will Greenwood

Catch up again with rugby legend and friend of the show Will Greenwood. He's used to isolation and focus, so he gives us his handy tips for dealing with lockdown. The World Cup winner also assesses what is right, and wrong with English rugby at the moment and looks at why they couldn't get over the line in the final in Japan. Plenty more amazing guests still on the way! Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/05/2037m 24s

Bitesize: Lando Norris - What now for McLaren in 2020

20-year-old Lando Norris talks about the pressures of being a lead Formula One driver for McLaren. The starlet also outlines his, and the team's goals and aspirations for the coming season and beyond. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/05/2010m 31s

Bitesize: Lando Norris - Growing up in team McLaren

In this short look at our interview with the incredibly talented Lando Norris, he reveals what it's like to have come up through the ranks at the iconic McLaren Formula One team. He talks about his route from test driver, to his debut season in F1. Another one not to miss and there are plenty more amazing guests on the way. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/05/2010m 26s

Full Episode: Pinks talks racing and beyond with F1 starlet Lando Norris

Get inside the mind of one of F1's brightest stars Lando Norris. Already driving at the peak of the sport at just 20 years old, find out what makes him tick. He also talks about his route into professional racing and just what it takes to make it. Norris also gives a unique insight into life within the McLaren family and outlines his goals for this season, and the rest if his career. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/05/2058m 16s

Bitesize: Rosie Nixon - Juggling motherhood, work and writing books

Rosie Nixon seems to have more hours in her day than everybody else. Not only does she lead one of the most successful and recognisable magazines in Hello, but she has also written three books along the way. The latest being 'Just Between Friends,' which is out this year. All this is made even more incredible by the fact that she has achieved all of that whilst raising a family too. Find out her secrets in this short look at our interview with her. Sponsored by Bose  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/05/2010m 55s

Bitesize: Rosie Nixon's route to head of HELLO magazine

Rosie Nixon, as Editor in Chief at Hello magazine, is one of the leading ladies in the media industry. But it took a lot of hard work to get there, find out how she climbed the ranks and what jobs helped her get to the top. She also talks about the day to day running of the famous magazine, and just what makes it tick. A great listen for any aspiring journalists out there! Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/05/2018m 1s

Full episode: Pinkers and 'Hello' chief and author Rosie Nixon

Next up is the incredibly talented editor in chief of HELLO magazine Rosie Nixon. She talks about her route into publishing and how she has become one of the leading ladies on today's media landscape. Nixon has really covered it all, from celebrities, to the royals and glamming it up at the Oscars. But how does she balance all that with being a mum and even writing her own books? Listen to find out. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/05/2049m 55s

Bitesize: Gethin Jones and autism charity 'Nai,' which was set up in honour of his nephew

Gethin Jones talks about 'Nai' the autism charity he has helped to set up. Nai means nephew in Welsh, with the charity inspired by his nine-year-old nephew Alby, who has autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Jones gives his tips to help autistic people and outlines his plans for the charity, plus details of how you can help and get involved.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/05/2010m 32s

Bitesize: Talking rugby with Gethin Jones

Gethin Jones has an almost encyclopedic of sport, but none more so than Welsh rugby. He reviews the Northern Hemisphere's best sides, sharing some of his funniest stories along the way and talks about his route into presenting. Also find out which Scottish rugby star accidentally stole his headphones. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/05/2016m 0s

Full episode: Catching up with TV royal Gethin Jones

Gethin Jones is one of the most popular television presenters of his generation, from the early days of his career hosting Blue Peter to present day on the One Show and It Takes Two sofas, his wit and warmth have endeared him to viewers of all ages.  On this episode of In The Pink he and Natalie discuss his no1 passion - Welsh rugby, and his other loves - music and dance (who doesn’t remember his knee slide on Strictly). He talks candidly about the pressures and pleasure of helping his sister bring up her severely autistic son... and about some of the physical challenges he has taken on, in recent years, to raise money for his autism charity Nai (Welsh for nephew). He is the bloke anyone would love a pint with (once the pubs reopen) ..enjoy hearing his take on the world.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/05/201h 5m

Bitesize: Jamie Roberts' rugby career, from clubs, to Wales and being a Lion

Here's one for all you rugby fans out there. Get a unique insight into the career of rugby star Jamie Roberts. He talks about his illustrious club career that led him to playing for Wales and reaching the pinnacle of the sport, playing for Lions. What is it like being a professional rugby player? Find out here! Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/05/2018m 9s

Bitesize: Jonny Bairstow's route to cricketing stardom

In this short look at our interview with England cricket star Jonny Bairstow, he talks about THAT World Cup final and his route into the sport. Bairstow also goes into depth about just what it's like going out to bat in Test cricket and the current stat of the game. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/05/2015m 11s

Full episode: Jonny Bairstow - Catching up with the cricket World Cup winner

We've had plenty of sporting legends on the podcast, but they don't come bigger than Jonny Bairstow at the moment. The England batsman was instrumental in their run to the World Cup final, where they eventually beat New Zealand, in one of the most incredible sporting matches of all time. Bairstow talks us through that iconic day and reveals what it's like being part of that team. He also opens up about the tragic death of his father when he was just 8 years old, and gives advice to people who are struggling themselves. There are still lots more amazing guests to come, so keep listening. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/05/2046m 33s

Bitesize: David Coulthard - Racing with the greatest and moving to Red Bull

A small look at our interview with racing royalty David Coulthard. He's driven with the best in the business, but who was the greatest, Michael Schumacher or Mika Hakkinen? Plus find out what made him leave all that to help start up the now title winning Red Bull Racing. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/05/2012m 35s

Bitesize: David Coulthard's talks split loyalties and F1 politics

Here's a short look at our interview with David Coulthard. Find out how he ended up driving for both Williams and McLaren within the first three years of his career. The F1 great also explains what it was like trying to fill Ayrton Senna's seat and gives an insight into politics in the paddock. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/04/2014m 6s

Full Episode: Talking racing with F1 legend David Coulthard

No to another of racing's all time greats, David Coulthard. He has done pretty much everything in the sport, having raced for almost all the most iconic teams. He talks about his route into professional racing that saw him unusually split between two teams in his early days. But what was it like working Frank Williams and Ron Dennis? Coulthard also reveals why he decided to join Red Bull Racing before turning his hand to broadcasting. But he's not done there, and now works tirelessly on the women's racing circuit. More amazing guests on the way this week! Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/04/201h 12m

Full episode: Jamie Roberts, the rugby star turned doctor

Now to another extraordinary sports star. Jamie Roberts has achieved everything you can in the world of rugby, but that wasn't enough for the Wales international. He's now studying to be a doctor and aims to help out the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic. He share his inside stories about playing for Wales, the Lions and how rugby took him all over the world. But it doesn't stop there! Find out which iconic band he's even played the guitar for!! Another one not to miss, plenty more great guests on the way. Sponsored by Bose  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/04/2042m 35s

Full episode: Inside the mind of F1 communications director Matt Bishop

Now here's another one for all you racing fans. It's a man who has done it all in F1, Matt Bishop. Starting from a journalist, he made it all the way up to being commutations director in the iconic McLaren F1 team. Bishop shares some inside stories from his time in the paddock with some of the greatest drivers to ever get behind the wheel. Also openly gay, he reveals what it's been like dealing with the issue within the paddock. Another truly remarkable interview! Don't miss out, plenty more guests on the way. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/04/2045m 26s

Bitesize: Nicolas Hamilton - Lewis and I

Get a unique insight into the six-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton from one of the people that knows him best - his half brother Nicolas. He tells us what it was like growing up in the motor sport crazy family, and talks about what makes Lewis tick. A must listen for all you F1 fans! Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/04/2012m 41s

Bitesize: Nicolas Hamilton - Professional racing with cerebral palsy

Nicolas Hamilton may well be better known for being the brother of F1 legend Lewis Hamilton, but he has achieved a lot in the world of racing himself. In this short look at our interview with him, he describes how he's overcome the odds to compete in the British Touring Cars. But what is it like racing and having Lewis as a brother? Find out! Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/04/2015m 37s

Full Episode: Nicolas Hamilton - From wheelchair to professional racing driver

Nicolas Hamilton’s remarkable story is the subplot to the more widely known narrative of his multiple World Champion brother Lewis, but it is no less fascinating. Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy as a baby, Nic has fought all his life to prove he is not defined by his disability. Hear him describe in his own words how he has overcome physical pain, bullying, societal stigmas and conventional car set ups to pursue his dream to be a professional racer. Plus what it was like growing up in a mixed race, working class family in Stevenage before his brother went on to become a household name and global brand. Plenty more amazing guests on the way. Sponsored by Bose  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/04/201h 6m

Bitesize: Inside Game of Thrones with Liam Cunningham AKA Davos Seaworth

Get an inside look into your favourite TV programme Game of Thrones! Liams Cunningham, who plays Davos Seaworth takes you behind the scenes and tells you what it's like to be an actor in the hit show. A really unique insight into to the show that took the world by storm! One for every GOT fan not to miss. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/04/2014m 36s

Full episode: From Game of Thrones to F1 paddock with Liam Cunningham

Next up is one for you film buffs with Liam Cunningham, who is best known for playing Davos Seaworth in the massive TV hit 'Game of Thrones.' He talks about his route into acting, and his time on one of television's biggest franchises. Cunningham is also a huge F1 fan, and discusses his top five drivers and shares some of his favourite moments from the sport. Plenty more amazing guests are on the way! Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/04/201h 4m

Bitesize: James Haskell- Where England lost the World Cup final to South Africa

In this short look back at our interview with the former England forward James Haskell, he discusses where it went wrong for them in the World Cup final against South Africa. England overcame the toughest opponents in the semi-finals but couldn't reproduce that in the showpiece event... but why? Haskell looks at the possible reasons behind it. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/04/206m 39s

Full episode: Pinkers goes into bat with former England spinner Graeme Swann

Graeme Swann is a breath of fresh air when it comes to sportsmen, he doesn’t pull any punches or offer up a media trained answer to the toughest questions. He talks with humour, passion and candour about his time in the England team which scaled the heights of Test cricket going to no1 in the world; but struggled with division in the ranks.  He also opens up about the challenges of life after cricket and his constant quest to emulate the buzz of playing for his country. You will love Swanny on In The Pink... a pleasure to talk and listen to. Plenty more amazing guests on the way so keep listening. Sponsored by Bose  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/04/2053m 51s

Bitesize: James Haskell reflects on time in England shirt

Here's a short look back at our interview with England rugby star James Haskell. He gives us his insight into what it's like playing rugby at the highest level. But what were his favourite memories and who was the best coaches he played under? Have a listen and find out. Keep listening for more amazing guests. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/04/205m 9s

Full episode: Pinkers and Britain's ski star Chemmy Alcott

Next up is the amazing talented skier Chemmy Alcott. She talks about her route into professional skiing, which has seen her compete at the top of the sport on the World Cup tour and Winter Olympics. But it's been tough ride, she talks about all the injuries that potentially could have ended her career, and there has been ALOT of them! She also opens up about being a mum and has some advice for dealing with the coronavirus isolation! Sponsored by Bose  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/04/2054m 13s

Bitesize: Jason Fox - Inside the hit TV programme 'SAS Who Dares Wins'

Here's a short look back at our amazing interview with SAS legend Jason Fox. Ever wondered how SAS 'Who Dares Wins' was created? Or what the instructors really think about the contestants? Well wonder no more! Jason Fox, one of the creators and lead instructors bares all about its creation, filming processes and tells some funny stories along the way. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/04/2014m 13s

Full episode: Pinkers catches up with rugby star James Haskell

Next up, we talk to the super human rugby star turned MMA fighter James Haskell. The former England forward talks about everything from his time with the national team, to the side's bitter sweet World Cup campaign and loss to South Africa. He also explains why he has now decided to go into mixed martial arts! It doesn't stop there though, he reveals his side of his time in the celebrity jungle and gives you his advice for being in isolation. There are so many more amazing guests on the way! Keep listening and you can even win some Bose headphones. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/04/2056m 56s

Full Episode: Pinkers meets SAS legend Foxy

First up on the new series of In The Pink is Jason Fox aka Foxy from hit Channel 4 show - SAS Who Dares Wins. Foxy tells Pinkers all about his time in the Royal Marine Commandoes from the age of just 16, and then more recently his epic tales of life in the Special Forces; which included multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He speaks openly about his experience of PTSD and depression, and offers advice to others who may be facing similar challenges. From hostage rescue and counter terrorism, to body guarding and counter-narcotics there is very little this man hasn’t seen or done; and you will love the candidness and humour with which he recounts it all on In The Pink  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/03/201h 7m

Julia Samuel - Dealing with grief: A tribute to Caroline Flack

Julia Samuel is world renowned psychotherapist and the Founder Patron of @childbereavementuk. Having met through mutual friends many years ago, Julia and Natalie reconnected following the untimely death of TV star and Natalie’s close friend Caroline Flack. Julia gives Natalie advice about how to react following a sudden death of a friend, which will in turn hopefully help others. Julia is a truly remarkable person, with a lovely calming disposition; we hope you will benefit from hearing what she has to say. Her books ‘Grief Works’ and ‘This Too Shall Pass’ are available now.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/03/201h 7m

Full Episode: Christian Horner - Red Bull's leading man

Here is one for all you F1 lovers. Pinkers catches up with Red Bull's Team Principal Christian Horner, who shares his secrets of successfully running a leading Formula One team. He also talks about their drivers and what you can expect this season. One not to miss!! Plenty more amazing guests on the way! Note: This was recorded at testing before the escalation of the coronavirus pandemic. Sponsored by Bose.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/03/2031m 6s

Full Episode: Christian Horner - Red Bull's leading man

Here is one for all you F1 lovers. Pinkers catches up with Red Bull's Team Principal Christian Horner, who shares his secrets of successfully running a leading Formula One team. He also talks about their drivers and what you can expect this season. One not to miss!! Plenty more amazing guests on the way! So keep listening. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
13/03/2033m 19s

Bitesize: Poch talks about possible Premier League return and life in England

'I would love to work in the Premier League again,' that was the message from Mauricio Pochettino in this small look at our interview with the former Tottenham boss. Pochettino also touches on links with Manchester United. He also discusses what makes managing in England so special. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/02/208m 35s

Bitesize: Poch talks life at Tottenham

In this short look back at our interview, Mauricio Pochettino looks back at his time at Tottenham and discusses the impact he made with his backroom staff. He also talks about the quality of England captain Harry Kane and the pressures of managing one of the countries biggest sides. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/02/2010m 16s

Bitsize: Mauricio Pochettino - From farm life to professional football

In this short look at our exclusive interview with former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino he discusses his early life on the family farm in Argentina and his transition into professional football via the Newell's Old Boys side. An intriguing insight into one of the Premier League's most loved managers. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/02/208m 10s

Full Episode: Pinkers meets Pochettino

We haven't heard much from Mauricio Pochettino since he left Tottenham but Pinkers has tracked him down to talk about his time at the club and so much more. The former Argentina international discusses his childhood and path into football, management styles and even hints at what his future could hold. You'll have to listen to find out! This really is one for any sports fan out there!! Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/02/201h 3m

In the Pink: The best F1 bits

Here's one for all you F1 lovers! We have put together a compilation of all the best bits from our favourite Formula One guests. We have the biggest smile in the sport Daniel Ricciardo, all the way through to designer Adrian Newey and race engineer Rob Smedley. We also have the daughter of arguably the sports biggest name Tamara Ecclestone. This will help you get through to the start of the next season, so don't fear the F1 withdrawals. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/02/201h 36m

In the Pink: Best bits of series 4

We're looking back at the best bits in the final episode of this series. And what a mix of guests, we have something for everybody through the worlds of F1, football, athletics, music and even photography. And don't forget there are details of how to win some new Bose headphones or even some Premier League tickets. It won't be long until we are back with the next series and even more great guests. Follow us on Instagram and suggest guests you might like to hear from! Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/01/2056m 56s

Bitesize: Pinks and Lee Mckenzie discuss F1 2020 season and beyond

F1 reporters Natalie Pinkham and Lee McKenzie catch up and talk about what you can expect for the upcoming season. Plus with big rules changes coming in soon, can anybody knock Mercedes off their perch and which drivers are the next big thing. They also discuss their favourite tracks, another one for the sports fans!!!! Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/01/2010m 7s

Full Episode: Pinkers' pit talk with friend and F1 reporter Lee McKenzie

Pinks sits down with her friend and F1 colleague Lee McKenzie to share their experiences in the paddock and pit lane. What were their first impressions of F1? Which is their favourite destination? Who have been their best and worst interviewees? What are they most looking forward to in the 2020 season? Plus some random stories along the way... Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/01/2057m 26s

Full Episode: Pinkers meets James Blunt

Now here is the full interview with music superstar James Blunt. He talks openly about his childhood, which ultimately led him into the military before becoming a global music icon with his album Back to Bedlam. Blunt, who has sold more than 20 millions records, is back with Once Upon a Mind. The moving album has messages to his family and one to his father, who also served in the armed forces. Certainly one for all you music fans out there. There's also a chance to win some Bose headphones and Premier League tickets, just have a listen! Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/01/2035m 22s

Trailer: Pinkers talks James Blunt's newest album

Here's a little taste of our amazing interview with the global music star James Blunt. The king of Twitter is back with another album called 'Once Upon a Mind.' There is a lot more to this album than meets the eye, with some strong family messages that could leave you a little teary. There's also details of how to win some amazing headphones. Listen, like and subscribe, the whole interview will drop very soon. Happy New Year everybody. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/12/197m 55s

Bitesize: Alternative views on health with Annabel Croft

A bitesize look at our interview with tennis star Annabel Croft. She shares her alternative views on healthy living, and who else better to follow! Take a step away from conventional ways to beat illness and stay healthy. Have a listen! You just might learn something new tips!One for you tennis and health lovers. Keep listening, plenty more amazing and interesting guests from all walks of life on the way. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/12/1915m 41s

Full Episode: Annabel Croft - from Tennis prodigy to broadcaster and mum

Now to another amazing interview with one of sport's leading ladies. Annabel Croft has done nearly everything Tennis has to offer, leaving home very young to represent Great Britain and winning junior Grand Slams. But Croft, who is now one of the sport's leading broadcasters, retired early and chose different paths. We can all agree how great she looks, but was is her secret? She discusses her views on holistic lifestyles and homeopathy as a way of keeping healthy and happy. Something for everybody in this podcast! Don't forget to follow our Instagram page and comment to be in with chance of winning some Bose headphones and Premier League tickets. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/12/191h 7m

Full Episode: The highs and lows of Dame Kelly Holmes

Now to our interview with one of Britain's most famous Athletes Dame Kelly Holmes. The double Olympic champion talks about her route through the Army as a fitness trainer, on the way to winning one of the biggest prizes in sport. But it hasn't been easy for Holmes, whose career was plagued by bad injuries. The middle distance runner opens up about her battle with anxiety, depression and self harm, as well as the pain of a difficult upbringing and loss of her mother. Another brutally open and in depth interview with one of sports' biggest stars. Like, subscribe and comment. Plenty more amazing guests still to come. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/12/191h 13m

Bitesize: Aimee Fuller's big break into snowboarding

Ever wondered what it takes to become a professional snowboarder? Well wonder no more! In this short look at our interview with Olympic and X-Games star Aimee Fuller, she talks about the sacrifices made to get to where she is in the sport, giving advice to any aspiring boarders out there. Fuller also discusses the fine line between success and failure and explains how one trick changed everything. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/12/1911m 27s

Full Episode: Aimee Fuller - Becoming a snowboarding star

Now to our next guest, the amazingly talented Aimee Fuller. Natalie catches up with the Olympic and X-Games star to discuss how she cracked the world of snowboarding, to become one of Britain's most famous winter athletes. But it could have been very different had she not been the first woman to a land double backflip and cab double 900. There is a lot more to her than just snow though! She talks about her love of running and even doing a marathon, in the normally off-limits North Korea. Another great interview for you all, please like share and comment for a chance to win some Bose headphones. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/12/1942m 26s

Bitesize: Lee Dixon - Getting the Arsenal move

A quick look at our chat with Arsenal legend Lee Dixon. He talks about his early career and how it led to him ultimately signing for the London club. Lee shares a surprising story about how the move almost fell through before he ended up there winning Premier League titles. More amazing guests on the way, sit back and enjoy. Like, rate and review to be in with a chance to win some Bose headphones! Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/12/1913m 20s

Bitesize: Lee Dixon - The Arsenal years

A bitesize look at our amazing interview with Arsenal legend Lee Dixon. He talks about about his time in the one of the best defences to ever play in the Premier League and discusses what it was liked to be managed by George Graham and Arsene Wenger. Find out what it was like to have won the league and played in one of the club's greatest eras. Plenty more amazing guests on the way! Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/12/1916m 5s

Full episode: Pinkers catches up with Arsenal legend Lee Dixon

Now here's one for you football fans out there. Natalie sits down with Lee Dixon to talk all things Arsenal. Hear some of his amazing, behind the scenes stories about being signed and playing for the iconic club. What made that defence so special? Have a listen and find out. He also talks about his route into punditry, and would he ever come back as a coach himself? Dixon also touches on English football and how to tackle racism which continues to plague the beautiful game. Like, subscribe and share. Plenty more amazing guests on the way. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/12/191h 6m

Bitesize: Tubes - Dealing with Alcohol addiction

Hear Tubes as never before. The Soccer AM star, real name Peter Dale, opens up and talks in brutally honest fashion about his problem with alcohol that have led him to give up drink completely. Full interview is on our channel, plenty more amazing guests to come including Arsenal and England legend Lee Dixon this Friday. Like, share and subscribe, there is a chance to win some BOSE headphones coming up too. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/11/1937m 16s

Bitesize: The making of Tubes on Soccer AM

How did Tubes from Soccer AM get his name? In this short interview with our guest Peter Dale, we find out exactly that. He also talk about how he ended up on the Saturday morning show and touches on some of his best ever interviews. One for the football fans not to miss!!! Like share and subscribe. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/11/1917m 24s

Full Episode: Tubes - the highs and lows of the Soccer Am legend

Now to an interview with a serious fan favourite, it's Tubes from Soccer AM, also known as Peter Dale. We all feel like we know him, having watched for countless Saturday mornings mostly in hysterics at his unusual outfits and interview techniques. But there is a lot more to him than meets the eye. He talks about how he ended up on the football show but also really opens up about his problem with alcohol and how all came to a head before he gave up drink. This really is Tubes as you will have never heard him before. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/11/191h 7m

Bitesize: Denise van Outen - The future, family life and relationships

In this shorter look at our interview with Denise van Outen she discusses what the future holds for her career and personal life, what it's like being a mother and talks openly about her relationships including current husband Eddie Boxshall. Plenty more guests on the way. Tubes from Soccer Am bares all on Friday. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/1917m 40s

Bitesize: Denise van Outen's rise to fame and the Big Breakfast

In this short look back at your interview with Denise van Outen explains how a chance meeting helped her rise to fame with the Big Breakfast and opens up about her tumultuous relationship with Johnny Vaughan. Comment, like an subscribe plenty more guests on the way. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/11/1913m 40s

Bitesize: Denise van Outen - Becoming an actress, model, singer and presenter

Here's a quick look at our interview with the multi talented Denise van Outen. In this bitesize episode talks about her early life and how she ended up becoming an actress, model and singer performing in the West End. Denise also has a word of advice for anybody aspiring to go in the same direction. Plenty more guests still to come, including Tubes from Soccer AM later this week. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/11/197m 31s

Full episode: Pinkers catches up with Denise van Outen

Now to our next interview with the incredibly talented Denis van Outen. Is there anything she can't do? Natalie catches up with the actress, singer, dancer and presenter who talks about her rise to fame and how she managed to become so versatile. Denise also talks about her time on the Big Breakfast, her relationships and motherhood. This podcast really has something for absolutely everybody. And remember to like, share and subscribe, plenty more amazing guests are on the way!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/11/1947m 5s

Bitesize: Leading photographer David Yarrow talks taking the perfect pic

Here's a short look at our interview with one of the world's leading photographers David Yarrow. He explains his thought processes and methods to try and capture the perfect picture. But where should you even start? Yarrow explains how he picks his locations but also talks about how even he sometimes doesn't get it completely right. Like, share and subscribe, lots more amazing guests on the way. Follow us on Instagram @in_the_pink_podcast. Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/11/1919m 23s

Bitesize: Leading wildlife photographer David Yarrow discusses conservation

Here's a brief look at our interview with leading wildlife photographer David Yarrow. The world renown artists gives his thoughts on conservation and climate change and suggests how to tackle it. Yarrow also has his say on the Extinction Rebellion movement. The full episode is on our channel, so like subscribe and give us your feedback and follow us at In_The_Pink_Podcast on Instagram. Stay tuned for more awesome guests coming your way! Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/11/1921m 4s

Full Episode: David Yarrow- From finance guru to world renowned photographer

Welcome back to another series of the In the Pink with Natalie Pinkham. Our first guest of the new series is the amazing world renown photographer David Yarrow. He talks about how he ditched a successful career in finance, jumping into the world of photography, where he has taken some of the most iconic images of our time. Listen to what makes this industry leader really tick as he uncovers how to take the perfect picture and discusses the world's most pressing issue of conservation. Sit back in and enjoy! Plenty more guest on the way. Like, subscribe and follow us on Instagram at In_The_Pink_Podcast. See you soon! Sponsored by Bose and Tag Heuer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/11/191h 9m

Lemn Sissay: From foster care to poet, broadcaster and an MBE

In our latest episode of In the Pink, Natalie meets the amazing talented and even more interesting poet and broadcaster Lemn Sissay. His truly unbelievable story is one not to miss. He explains how he jumped around foster homes to find himself in later life, becoming a poet and broadcaster and getting an MBE.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/08/1951m 59s

Bitsesize: Jamie Chadwick - Breaking into women's racing

Here's a small look at our interview with up and coming female racing driving Jamie Chadwick. The 20-year-old explains how she ended up in the male orientated sport and outlines her route to where she is now. Chadwick also talks about her friendship and rivals with Lando Norris, who at the same age, is making tracks in F1, the pinnacle of the sport.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/08/1911m 19s

Full episode - Jamie Chadwick: Racing driving's future female star

Have a listen to our amazing podcast with female racing driver Jamie Chadwick. Natalie caught up with her following the German Grand Prix at Frankfurt airport, so apologies if there are any sound issues! Jamie talks openly about her new role as a test driver for Williams and reflects on the team's current problems. She also speaks about her route into racing, the new W series and her future plans to perhaps break into F1. Enjoy! Plenty more guests on the way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/08/1928m 31s

Bitesize: What is Formula E?

Here's a short look at our interview with the creator of Formula E, Alejandro Agag. He talks about the the key differences between F1 and it's electric equivalent and explains what makes it so special. There is certainly more to it than meets the eye  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/07/199m 0s

Bitesize: The creator of Formula E unveils amazing new plans for off road version 'Extreme E '

Listen to the creator of Formula E, Alejandro Agag talk about his amazing new plans for a similar franchise, which he describes as racing meets Game of Thrones. Electric car racing could well be the future, but some of these plans for a new off road version sound truly out of this world. Well worth a listen for any racing fan!!!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/07/197m 15s

Bitesize - Rob Smedley talks about his move to Ferrari and assesses the current leading teams

Here's a short look at our interview with former F1 race engineer Rob Smedley. He talks openly about his move to Ferrari, and why they were the most dominant team in the sport for quite some time. The former Williams man also has his say on Mercedes' current dominance with Lewis Hamilton and hints when he could make a possible return. Again apologies for back ground noise, it had to be record in a restaurant that got slightly more busy than intended.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/07/1910m 4s

Bitesize: Former F1 engineer Rob Smedley talks driver relationship and shares F1 stories

Here's a look back at our interview with former F1 race engineer Rob Smedley. The former Ferrari and Williams man gives us a unique insight into how key the relationship is between driver and engineer, also sharing some of his great stories along the way. Again, apologies for the slight background noise, we had to record at a restaurant that got slightly more busy than expected. Please like and subscribe, plenty more amazing guests and stories coming your way!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/07/1911m 37s

Bitesize - Alejandro Agag talks us through concept to the birth of booming Formula E

Here's a short look at our incurably interesting interview with Alejandro Agag, the man responsible for creation of Formula E. Agag talks about the challenges he's faced and it's co existence with F1. Another one for the racing enthusiast. Please follow our channel - there are lots more great guests on the way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/07/198m 37s

Bitesize: Former Williams engineer Rob Smedley analysis the team's current problems

Here's a short look at our interview with former Williams race engineer Rob Smedley. He analyses their current problems and explains how they could turn it around by talking about his experiences with other leading F1 teams. Apologies for slight back ground noises, it had to be recorded in a restaurant that got more busy than we expected. Thanks for listening!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/07/199m 56s

Bitesize: Rob Smedley's early path to F1 engineering

Here's a short look at our interview with F1 race engineer Rob Smedley. The former Ferrari and and Williams man explains his early path into the unique profession and gives advice for anybody wanting to follow in his foot steps. Full episode is on our channel - like and subscribe.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/07/199m 19s

Full episode - Alejandro Agag: The man behind Formula E and the future of green racing

Now from Formula 1 to Formula E. Natalie catches up with former MEP, racing enthusiast and CEO - now chairman of Formula E, Alejandro Agag. If you love racing, this is the podcast for you. Agag talks about how he created the green racing circuit and outlines its future, which he describes as Game of Thrones meets documentaries and racing. They also discuss the difference between the two types of racing and if F1 should follow its lead and turn to electric cars. Another podcast not to miss!!! Please subscribe, plenty more great guests coming your way!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/07/1938m 36s

Full episode - Rob Smedley: Inside the mind of a race engineer

In our latest episode Natalie catches up with one of the most well known race engineers, Rob Smedley. Smedley has worked with some of the greatest ever drivers during his time at Ferrari and then Williams, and is known in his own right for some interesting exchanges over team radio. We find out how the mind of a race engineer and team leader ticks. Apologies for some background noise - we had to record in a restaurant, that got slightly busier than we expected.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/07/191h 14m

Bitesize: The effect of gender on racing driving

A look at our latest episode where Natalie talks to transgender racing driver Charlie Martin. They discuss what genetic make up does, or doesn't make a driver great. Charlie also reveals how transitioning to a woman has actually made her a stronger more competitive driver and describes what it's like to be a LGBT role model in the sport. Full episode is on the channel now - like and subscribe, there are plenty more great guests on the way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/06/1910m 57s

Full Episode: Charlie Martin - Racing and being transgender

Listen to this amazing interview with transgender racing driver Charlie Martin. She talks incredibly openly about the battle with her sex and ultimately her decision to transition, whilst trying to continue driving at the top level of the sport. Charlie also discusses why she is an even better driver now as a woman and what it's been like battling stereotypes on the grid during races like the Le Mans 24.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/06/191h 3m

Bitesize - Nick Dougherty: Building a career after quitting the professional golf tour.

In this short clip from our interview with former pro golfer Nick Dougherty, he discusses how he overcame the sadness of realising his playing career was over. And how he realised he was more than just a player, and pursued an alternate avenue within the game at Sky Sports. Full episode is on our channel, it's well worth a listen for any sports fans out there!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/06/195m 45s

Bitesize: Nick Dougherty's battle with the golfing yips

In this brief look into our interview with Nick Dougherty, the former professional golfer talks openly about how his game spiralled out of control after the tragic death of mum. With the lack of form and confidence resulting in him losing his professional tour card. The full episode is on our channel where he talks more about the gamed even Tiger Woods' comeback from a similar position, to the top of game once again.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/06/1914m 55s

Bitesize - Nick Dougherty: What it takes to be a professional golfer

Here's a quick look at our interview with former professional golfer turned Sky Sports presenter Nick Dougherty. Hear him explain just what sacrifices it took for him to climb to the peak of the sport and get his professional touring card. The full episode is on our channel now... please subscribe, there are plenty more great names on the way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/06/1910m 39s

Bitesize: Mark Pollock's inspirational story of his fight with blindness and paralysis

In this bitesize version of our interview, Mark Pollock talks about two of the key events his life that left him blind and paralysed. Even with these disabilities Mark has managed to achieve more than many of us do in a lifetime, including being the first blind person to the South Pole. A truly inspirational story, and well worth a listen. The full podcast is on our channel now. Stay tuned for more amazing guests and stories!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/06/1916m 55s

Bitesize: Mark Pollock's battle to get over paralysis

Explorer Mark Pollock details his incredible fight from being left paralysed after falling out of a second floor window. This battle made even harder because Mark had already lost his site. His truly inspirational words can be related to all walks of life. The full episode is already up on our channel. Please subscribe, lots more amazing guests and stories are on the way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/06/1912m 17s

Mark Pollock: Spinal treatment breakthrough 'very close'

Here's a short look at our amazing interview with explorer Mark Pollock, who lost his sight before becoming paralysed from the waste down after falling from a second story window. Mark now works tirelessly, along with his team, to help find a cure for paralysis. Here he talks about his mission, and outlines the timescale of a realistic breakthrough to help disabled people all over the world.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/06/197m 58s

Full Episode: Mark Pollock, the blind disabled explorer changing lives

Now stand by for one of our most amazing interviews to date. Meet the incredible Mark Pollock who not only lost his sight, but was also paralysed. Despite this he's been to the Commonwealth Games, The South Pole and is now tackling spinal injuries, helping other disabled people by brining together doctors, scientists and investors. This honestly is an interview you shouldn't miss.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/06/1957m 33s

Full episode: The rise, fall, and rise of golfing star turned broadcaster Nick Dougherty

Our next guest if the amazingly talented golfer Nick Dougherty who reached the pinnacle of the sport, only for it to come crashing down after the tragic death of his mum. He opens up about the most difficult stage of his life and career, where he got the yips and lost his touring card, only to find himself again in broadcasting. A really amazing story!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/05/191h 0m

Dougherty: 'Woods comeback almost unhuman'

Here's a little taste of the next episode of 'In the Pink' where we talk to Nick Dougherty who knows exactly what it's like to fall from grace in the golfing world. Here he talks about why Tiger Woods' comeback is so special and talks about the similarities in their struggles. The full episode will be out later this week and trust us, it's definitely worth a listen!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/05/196m 50s

Claire Williams talks Williams' drivers George Russell and Robert Kubica

It's been a poor few years for the Williams F1 team as they aim to fight back from on of their lowest ever finishes in the constructors championship. Team boss Claire Williams explains why George Russell and Robert Kubica are the drivers to help them turn it out - outlining what makes them both so special as drivers. You can hear the full podcast on our channel, keeping listening, there are plenty more amazing guest on the way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/05/194m 54s

Full episode: Meet F1's leading lady Claire Williams

Natalie catches up with Williams F1 Team Boss Claire Williams. She gives us a unique insight into what it was like to grow up around the paddock, taking over the team and balancing motherhood against racing. Claire also opens up about the current struggle of the team and outlines how they can turn it round with their current drivers pairing.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/05/1934m 32s

Claire Williams: 'Williams team can beat slump'

It's been an awful start to the season for the Williams F1 team, but can they come out of their slump? Here's another little taster from our interview with team boss Claire Williams, who explains why its happened and how they're planning to beat it. The full podcast it available on our channel now, please listen and subscribe, lots more great guests on the way!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/05/196m 39s

Claire Williams: Growing up in and taking over the Williams empire

Here's a little taste of our upcoming podcast with Williams F1 team boss Claire Williams. In this unique insight, Claire talks about what it was like growing up so closely involved to one of F1's most iconic teams. She also explains why her connection with the team is arguably stronger than any other and touches on what might happen, if and when, she moves on from the sport. This is one for all F1 fans not to miss! Full episode will be available from tomorrow on our channel. Don't forget to listen and subscribe!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/05/198m 44s

Amputee racing driver Billy Monger reflects on near fatal crash

Here's a look back at our incredible interview with young racing driver Billy Monger, who lost his legs in a near fatal crash in 2017, only to fight back and win a race in British F3. Monger discusses the terrifying moment and talks about how he managed to cope with losing his limbs. The full podcast is on our channel where he touches on his friendship with Lewis Hamilton and becoming a role model.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/04/1911m 24s

Michael Carrick opens up about battle with depression

Former England and Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick talks openly about his battle with depression following United's defeat to Barcelona in the Champions League.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/04/1910m 7s

Tamara Ecclestone's Bernie stories in an F1 upbringing

In this unique and rare interview Tamara Ecclestone talks about just what it's like growing up in the spotlight as the daughter of F1 supremo Bernie. She also shares some interesting stories about what Bernie is really like as a person and what makes him tick. The full episode is on our channel where she opens up about even more, including motherhood and her own business ventures.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/04/196m 45s

Mark Webber recalls epic driver night and talks F1 mentors

Here's a look back at our interview with F1 legend Mark Webber. He talks to us about the figures that helped him along in the sport and also recalls a night where all the drivers got together for a bit of session! One not to miss for the petrol heads among us. Webber also talks about how the death of Jules Bianchi actually bought the paddock closer together. The full episode is available on our channel, follow and subscribe. There will be more great names from the world of F1 on the way!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/04/197m 27s

Eddie Hearn: Growing up with the Matchroom Sport empire

Eddie Hearn gives us a unique insight into what it was like growing up in and around the Matchroom Sport empire. He talks us through what it was like to be Barry's son as the sports company blossomed into what it is today, with the family house now the head office. Hearn then shares more recent memories about how he's helped the business explode with boxing on an international scale. Some amazing stories you won't hear anywhere else. The full podcast is on our channel, please subscribe, plenty more amazing guests are on the way!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/04/1910m 10s

Eddie Hearn breaks down boxing deals and updates us on AJ v Wilder/Fury

Boxing super promoter Eddie Hearn tries to answer the question on every fans lips... when will Anthony Joshua fight the likes of Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury. He explains why their TV deals make it so hard and talks us through just how you go about making a boxing fight. Hear the rest of this amazing podcast on our In the Pink channel and don't forget to subscribe, there are plenty more amazing guests on the way!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/04/1910m 16s

Will Greenwood reflects on England's World Cup win and golden era

Here's a short look back at our incredible interview with rugby World Cup winner Will Greenwood. He talks us through what he was thinking at the very moment Jonny Wilkinson started to the swing his boot for the drop goal that eventually left them world champions. Also hear his profound message about what a team really is. The full podcast is still available, please subscribe to In the Pink.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/04/193m 8s

Eddie Jordan's F1 story from Raffles to cashing out

Eddie Jordan talks us through his journey from the bottom of racing to the top of F1. A must listen for every motor sport fan out there. In the unique insight the F1 team boss also reveals the no-nonsense message Bernie Ecclestone gave him when he hinted that he wanted out of F1.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/04/1910m 59s

Adrian Newey's path into F1 design

Ever wondered how you become an F1 car designer? Well wonder no more! And who else better to find out from than Adrian Newey, arguably the sport's greatest ever designer. Newey takes you from the start of his love with design, all the way to the pinnacle of the sport and his time with Red Bull Racing.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/04/196m 31s

Adrian Newey talks favourite F1 drivers

Adrian Newey is one of the most successful people in F1 and has worked with the biggest drivers along the way to winning his 10 constructors titles... but who is his favourite? He discusses some of the attributes that make a driver great to work with. So who is it? Damon Hill, Fernando Alonso, Mark Webber or Sebastian Vettel? The F1 design legend also talks about the current driver line-up with Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly's difficult start to life at Red Bull.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/04/195m 20s

The story behind Eddie Hearn's rise to boxing super promoter

Boxing loves a pantomime villain, and Eddie Hearn is the perfect candidate for the role! Yet when you listen to this podcast with Natalie you might just change your mind about Silver Spoon Eddie. He’s worked hard to come out of his dad Barry’s shadow whilst always keeping him on speed dial, for his smart advice. Hear Eddie describe the boxing revolution that has captured Britain’s imagination, thanks in no small part to one Anthony Joshua. His candidness and kindness make a Eddie hard to hate. Listen and let us know!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/04/191h 9m

Adrian Newey: Expelled from school to F1 design master

F1 design guru Adrian Newey shares the story of how he was expelled from school, before going on to become one of the most successful car designers in the sport.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/04/196m 1s

How Eddie Hearn met and signed Anthony Joshua

Listen to Eddie Hearn's amazing story about his introduction to a troubled Anthony Joshua, who then turned his life around to go onto to be boxing's biggest superstar, signing for Match Room in the process. The full podcast will be out on Friday. Hearn talks more about their relationship, the Match Room empire and how it's possible to make those super-fights with Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/04/192m 54s

Adrian Newey: Behind F1's design genius

What a guest we have for you next! In episode seven Natalie sits down with the biggest brain in F1! The revered aerodynamicist and engineer Adrian Newey. He explains how and why he got in to F1 and what an incredible journey it’s been for him... with a few bumps along the way. Here’s Newey as you’ve never heard him before.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/04/191h 8m

Eddie Jordan's journey to F1 mogul (Bitesize)

Natalie catches up with hugely popular former racing driver and F1 team-owner Eddie Jordan. The 71-year-old talks openly about his incredible journey in the sport which saw him help uncover some of the biggest names, such as Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher. He reveals some of the secrets that helped him to become so successful and talks about his future goals. A great listen for any racing fan!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/04/1924m 27s

Soccer AM and beyond with Tim Lovejoy (Bitesize)

In episode six of the new series Natalie catches up with king of morning television Tim Lovejoy. They look back on the creation of Soccer AM, the show that changed the way sport and entertainment were viewed as one. There are plenty of laughs as Nat and Tim look back on some of the funniest moments on the show. Tim also opens up and openly talks abut his battle with depression and being a single parent. Another episode not to miss!!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/03/1930m 5s

Soccer AM and beyond with Tim Lovejoy

In episode six of the new series Natalie catches up with king of morning television Tim Lovejoy. They look back on the creation of Soccer AM, the show that changed the way sport and entertainment were viewed as one. There are plenty of laughs as Nat and Tim look back on some of the funniest moments on the show. Tim also opens up and openly talks abut his battle with depression and being a single parent. Another episode not to miss!!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/03/191h 10m

George Bamford: What makes this watch entrepreneur tick?(Bitesize)

In episode 5 Natalie takes a trip to the "Hive" to catch up with leading watch maker and designer George Bamford. George is the son of billionaire businessman Anthony Bamford - who is chairman of the firm JCB. In this inquire insight, George explains how and why he was inspired to set up his hugely successful watch customisation company, the Bamford Watch Department. Find out what really makes this leading businessman and entrepreneur tick.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/03/1922m 33s

George Bamford: What makes this watch entrepreneur tick?

In episode 5 Natalie takes a trip to the "Hive" to catch up with leading watch maker and designer George Bamford. George is the son of billionaire businessman Anthony Bamford - who is chairman of the firm JCB. In this inquire insight, George explains how and why he was inspired to set up his hugely successful watch customisation company, the Bamford Watch Department. Find out what really makes this leading businessman and entrepreneur tick.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/03/1953m 26s

Tamarra Ecclestone: Being Bernie's daughter (Bitesize)

Here's a short look back at Natalie's interview with Tamarra Ecclestone, the daughter of mutual billionaire F1 former owner Bernie. She gives us a very unique insight into her upbringing and the man himself. The 34-year-old also speaks openly about her business aspirations, fears and how motherhood has changed her life completely. It's a great chance to hear more about a usually very private person.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/03/1922m 13s

Karl Lokko: From gang leader to community driving force (Bitesize)

Karl Lokko calls himself the ex caterpillar...that’s because he has now metamorphosed into something so unrecognisable from his former life as a gang leader in South London. As a boy he was declared a child genius, and yet by his early teens he had lost his way, and threatened never to realise his potential. After evading both prison and death at the hands of rival gang members, Karl recognised he needed to change his ways.Hear him recount his remarkable story to Natalie Pinkham, as he describes how he turned things round, and is now guiding other displaced and disenfranchised young people to do the same.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/02/1929m 18s

Karl Lokko: From gang leader to community driving force

Karl Lokko calls himself the ex caterpillar...that’s because he has now metamorphosed into something so unrecognisable from his former life as a gang leader in South London. As a boy he was declared a child genius, and yet by his early teens he had lost his way, and threatened never to realise his potential. After evading both prison and death at the hands of rival gang members, Karl recognised he needed to change his ways.Hear him recount his remarkable story to Natalie Pinkham, as he describes how he turned things round, and is now guiding other displaced and disenfranchised young people to do the same.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/02/191h 5m

Mark Webber: Humble beginnings to F1 star (Bitseize)

To go with the start of the new Formula One season, here's a short recap of Natalie's interview with former Red Bull driver Mark Webber. Get a unique insight into one of the sports' most loved personalties. He takes you through his humble start to life in Australia, his big breaks and talks about the people close to him that made it happen. The F1 legend also discusses some of the pivotal moments in his career, including his relationship with Sebastian Vettel and the year it so-almost clicked to make him champion in 2010.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/02/1923m 21s

Climbing Everest with Kenton Cool (Bitesize)

Catch up quicker...Natalie is back and this time around she catches up with the aptly named Kenton Cool, one of the best mountaineers in the world. Kenton takes you from a bad accident that could have stopped in him in his tracks, to the top of the world itself. The 42-year-old talks about the highs and lows during an incredible 13 summits of Mount Everest. This is an episode not to miss!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/02/1922m 34s

Climbing Everest with Kenton Cool

Natalie is back and this time around she catches up with the aptly named Kenton Cool, one of the best mountaineers in the world. Kenton takes you from a bad accident that could have stopped in him in his tracks, to the top of the world itself. The 42-year-old talks about the highs and lows during an incredible 13 summits of Mount Everest. This is an episode not to miss!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/02/191h 19m

Catching up with Kirsty Gallacher (Bitesize)

In a rush? Why not trythis bitesize version of episode 2. Natalie Pinkham is back with the second big interview of the 3rd series of ‘In The Pink’. This time her special guest is sports TV star Kirsty Gallacher. Kirsty, the daughter of legendary golfer Bernard, talks candidly about her upbringing and career, and some of the personal challenges she has battled along the way. In this unique interview she discusses her regrets, goals, fears and the struggles of parenthood whilst going through a divorce. Introducing the former Sky Sports presenter as you have never heard her before....  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/02/1919m 30s

Catching up with Kirsty Gallacher

Natalie Pinkham is back with the second big interview of the 3rd series of ‘In The Pink’. This time her special guest is sports TV star Kirsty Gallacher. Kirsty, the daughter of legendary golfer Bernard, talks candidly about her upbringing and career, and some of the personal challenges she has battled along the way. In this unique interview she discusses her regrets, goals, fears and the struggles of parenthood whilst going through a divorce. Introducing the former Sky Sports presenter as you have never heard her before...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/02/1945m 28s

The return of Daniel Ricciardo

In the first podcast of series 3, Natalie catches up with F1’s Daniel Ricciardo to hear his thoughts on the 2018 season with Red Bull and his decision to leave for Renault for the next campaign. It's exactly one year on from the first ever 'In The Pink' podcast so it’s interesting to hear what’s changed for him, how he reflects on his time with Red Bull and what he is most looking forward to in 2019 and beyond.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/02/1935m 19s

Tamarra Ecclestone: Being Bernie's daughter

This week Natalie sits down with mother; businesswoman and heiress Tamara Ecclestone to talk about life in the spotlight, growing up in the F1 paddock as daughter of Supremo Bernie, becoming a parent herself, and how her values and views of the world have changed as a result. She opens up about the pain of her parents divorce; how she feels about her dad's new wife, her future plans and her hopes for daughter Fifi.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/1855m 25s

Ben Fogle

Natalie sat down with a man of many hats - Ben Fogle! The father adventurer, explorer, conservationist and storyteller details what has already been an extraordinary life. It’s a life he has loved every minute of living, and continues to document in both the written and spoken word. Here is Ben at his ebullient best  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 2m

Gabby Logan

Natalie sits down with mother; sports broadcaster and former International gymnast Gabby Logan. She discusses the highs and lows of her career, and how she sustains her unwavering work ethic. She talks about the pain of losing her brother, and the lasting impact his death has had on her family. Plus how - like every working mum - she struggles to make her work life balance benefit everyone in the Logan household. Gabby is funny, honest and engaging - hope you enjoy!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 8m

Eddie Jordan

Natalie Pinkham speaks to former F1 team boss and paddock pundit Eddie Jordan about his life in to racing, and the highs and lows of running your own team. Plus his work for charities and love for music.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 6m

Michael Carrick

Natalie speaks to former Manchester Utd and England midfielder Michael Carrick, one of England's most decorated footballers. He talks about life as a sportsman, his love for motor racing and the difficulties he's gone through both on and off the pitch.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 6m

Matt Hampson

In this episode Natalie sits down with Matt Hampson - a former England U21 rugby union prop who became a tetraplegic after a scrummaging practice accident in 2005. Natalie went to meet 'Hambo' at his state of the art rehabilitation facility in Leicestershire. An open and honest interview with a truly inspirational character.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/1859m 22s

Caroline Flack

This week Natalie sits down with one of the hottest names in showbiz, Caroline Flack. Flack talks about life as a twin; her relationship with the media and where she sees her life heading next. Plus, there’s plenty of behind the scenes gossip about Love Island; X-Factor and her triumphant time on Strictly Come Dancing.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 0m

Mark Webber

In this episode of "In The Pink", Natalie Pinkham speaks to former F1 driver Mark Webber about his life both on and off the track, how he came to move to England, his successes and reveals who his strongest mentor was in the paddock.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 20m

Sir Clive Woodward

If you missed it first time round, Natalie Pinkham puts the technical gremlins to one side and sits down with Sir Clive Woodward again to discuss his astonishing career, his difficult childhood and the projects and loves he has away from rugby.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 17m

Doddie Weir

Natalie sits down with the big man of Scottish rugby Doddie Weir. 18 months ago Doddie was diagnosed with the terminal condition, Motor Neurone Disease. Average life expectancy is just 20 months. Hear Doddie’s inspirational response to such crushing news. This great man will make you laugh and cry in equal measure.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 4m

Martin Elliott

Natalie Pinkham chats in depth to renowned British heart surgeon Martin Elliott, who, as Co-Medical Director at Great Ormond St Hospital, has changed countless young lives. Hear how he's dealt with the challenging circumstances around his job and his candid reflections over the tragic death of his own young son.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 18m

Jodie Kidd

In this podcast, Natalie Pinkham sits down with petrol-head and former model Jodie Kidd to talk about her love of motor sport, how she was plucked from obscurity in her teens and how she's dealt with anxiety issues throughout her life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 5m

Billy Monger

Natalie Pinkham speaks to remarkable youngster Billy Monger, to discuss the British racing driver's near fatal accident in 2017, which resulted in him losing both legs. Less than a year later, Billy made an unexpected return to racing, securing a podium place on his unbelievable debut in British F3. Here him candidly discuss the horrific accident, his ongoing recovery, his friendship with Lewis Hamilton and becoming a role model.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 2m

Ronan Keating

Natalie chats to the former Boyzone star Ronan Keating about growing up in the spotlight, the tragic loss of his mum at an early age, dealing with the death of his best mate Stephen Gately, his war of words with Louis Walsh and his enduring passion for philanthropy.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/1837m 41s

Will Greenwood

The Rugby World Cup winner as you've never heard him before. Will Greenwood opens up to Natalie Pinkham about the pain of losing his first child, dealing with the daily highs and lows of a daughter with autism, reinventing himself after retiring from international sport and his work now as an unpaid teaching assistant.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 8m

Daniel Ricciardo

I sit down with the biggest smile in Formula 1 - Australian Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo. He describes how it felt to leave home at 15; the pain of losing Jules Bianchi and why he still believes he will become World Champion.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/181h 15m
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