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Rapper and songwriter Eve explores how to get the most out of life with those who’ve learned how to live it well
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Jordan Stephens

Jordan Stephens

2021-07-2943:09

Jordan Stephens sits down with Eve for this episode of Constantly Evolving. After entering the music industry as one half of music duo Rizzle Kicks; Jordan has diversified his career through acting and presenting. The performer explains the qualities that are essential in a music partnership and how his desire and drive led to him being involved in music from a young age. In recent years, Jordan has spoken only about being diagnosed with ADHD and he explains to Eve how he’s navigated being open on his very public platform, and how in turn this openness has helped others. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Daria Berenato

Daria Berenato

2021-07-2242:54

Wrestler Daria Berenato tells Eve how she navigated being placed in a situation where she had to decide whether to show the real her to others or hide the truth. Initially starting as a MMA fighter, Daria made the move into the WWE sport. An unexpected moment where she was asked about her relationship status on TV, saw Daria confront and embrace who she was to strangers. Now as an openly gay sportsperson, Daria highlights the importance of her role as advocate for the LGBT community and the support she provides others in the community. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Alyson Stoner

Alyson Stoner

2021-07-1546:23

Alyson Stoner joins Eve for this episode of Constantly Evolving - providing a spotlight on life as a child performer. Known initially for starring as a back up dancer in Missy Elliot’s music videos, before moving to starring in over 200 films; Stoner details how she had to mature faster than planned working in the industry. In recent years, she has made it her mission to highlight how improvements can be made to provide necessary mental health support to those in the acting business. She shares her insights and details how her most recent platform Movement Genius supports her mental health advocacy work. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Kimbal Musk

Kimbal Musk

2021-07-0837:01

Chef and entrepreneur Kimbal Musk joins Eve for this episode of Constantly Evolving. Born and raised in South Africa, Kimbal provides an insight into what it was like growing up in the country under apartheid. On moving to Canada and America, through embarking on a new business venture with brother Elon Musk, Kimbal explains how important it was for them both to be completely honest with each other for their business to prosper. After experiencing temporary body paralysis, Kimbal decided to bring good food to everyone. He details how important it was for him to align his business and business practices to match his ethos. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Harnaam Kaur

Harnaam Kaur

2021-07-0145:40

Social activist, campaigner and motivational speaker, Harnaam Kaur, joins Eve on this week’s Constantly Evolving. After being diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome at the young age of 12, Harnaam details her path which led her to a place of acceptance of who she is and what she represents. For many people, they may have been conditioned by society to change the way they look, and Harnaam shares the lessons she learnt to live her authentic truth and vows to never let her voice be silenced. There are references to self harm and suicide in this episode. For information on how you can receive support on this topics, please visit the BBC Action Line at https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1NGvFrTqWChr03LrYlw2Hkk/information-and-support-mental-health-self-harm and https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4WLs5NlwrySXJR2n8Snszdg/information-and-support-suicide-emotional-distress Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Caggie Dunlop

Caggie Dunlop

2021-06-2441:21

TV personality and podcaster Caggie Dunlop sits down with Eve to discuss how she’s evolved in the public eye. Known initially for starring in reality TV show Made In Chelsea, Caggie made the decision to step away from the set after a year of filming. Even though her time on the show was nearly 10 years ago, Caggie reveals the effects of being pigeonholed into a particular character by the public, and how the person she is now, is different to the person she was then. Her quest of development has also come through astrology and spirituality, and Caggie tells Eve the lessons she’s learnt through speaking with others on her podcast. Through shifting her mindset and making the situations around her align with her ethos, Caggie explains how this has all helped to her living a more authentic life. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Mae Martin

Mae Martin

2021-06-1738:13

Comedian and actor Mae Martin joins Eve to discuss the importance of firstly knowing yourself before you can share it with others. The Canadian performer started in comedy aged thirteen, and they share how freeing it was to be focused on a path from so young. After spending time in a rehabilitation centre for substance abuse, the comedian hasn’t shied away from their past, and has openly documented their experiences on the stage and screen. As co-creator and lead actor in Netflix comedy-drama Feel Good which touches upon some of these themes, Martin examines how cathartic it is if you do choose to share your personal life with the public. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Paloma Faith

Paloma Faith

2021-06-1144:45

Singer and actress Paloma Faith sits down with Eve to talk about the lessons she’s learnt working in the music and entertainment industry. With career highlights including winning a Brit Award and her album The Architect reaching number one in the UK Albums chart, Paloma has never wavered from being authentically herself. Being labelled as “outspoken” has though led to criticism from others, and she details how she rises above the noise to stay true to her beliefs. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Olivia Breen

Olivia Breen

2021-06-1134:17

World Champion, Commonwealth Champion and two times Paralympian Olivia Breen sits down with Eve to discuss her evolution as an athlete. After gaining success at the 2012 Paralympics and walking away with a coveted medal, in her own words; the 2016 Paralympics “didn’t go according to plan.” Olivia tells Eve what choices she had to make to ensure she continued moving forward and making progress. As she currently trains for the upcoming Paralympics in 2021, Olivia analyses her training regime and expresses the mindset that everyone needs to have to deliver their best performance in whatever they do. A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin
Model and philanthropist Noella Coursaris Musunka explains to Eve how to get the most out of life. After gracing the pages of fashion magazines Vogue, Elle and Vanity Fair, it was a return trip to her homeland of the Democratic Republic of Congo where Noella realised the importance of giving back. Deciding to set up her nonprofit grassroots organization - Malaika - Noella looks back on her journey with the foundation and the legacy she wants to leave behind. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
The Receipts

The Receipts

2021-06-1042:49

Eve returns for a brand new series of Constantly Evolving and every week, she’s joined with a guest to hear their life lessons and what we all, in turn, can learn from them. In this chapter, Eve’s on a journey to seek how to live an authentic life. Tolly, Audrey and Milena of The Receipts podcast join her in the studio as they discuss how they continue to share their authentic truth in public and in private. The Receipts delve into how they deal with trolling and how through sharing their views every week on their podcast has been a lifeline for them to release their thoughts and feelings. They started their podcast journey together in 2016 and they discuss how they quickly had to realise that they had to be authentic and real for their relationship and project to work. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Eve looks back on some of the conversations she had in season one of Constantly Evolving
Ghetts

Ghetts

2021-06-0940:27

Rapper and actor Ghetts sits down with Eve to share how he’s evolved in his personal and professional life when he’s made major changes. Sharing in the conversation that he possessed a fearlessness at the beginning of his career, Ghetts describes how he taps into that feeling if it doesn’t come naturally anymore. In recent years, the rapper has stepped out of his comfort zone experiencing his first acting role in the movie The Intent 2. Ghetts explains though that after his initial reluctance of doing something new for the first time, the advice from his mum taught him to never block his blessings. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Fearne Cotton

Fearne Cotton

2021-06-0945:17

Radio and TV broadcaster Fearne Cotton talks about the power of finding your voice. Having worked as a presenter for over 20 years, Fearne details her journey in becoming more comfortable with who she is. A big part of being in that comfortable state, she says, was found through being open and speaking her truth. In recent years, her openness has seen Fearne share details of the anxiety and panic attacks she experiences. Sitting down with Eve, she details what she does to manage these situations and the strength she’s gained from her journey. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Maximillion Cooper

Maximillion Cooper

2021-06-0939:57

Eve sits down with someone she knows very well - her husband, Maximillion Cooper. Max explains how he took his love of cars, fashion and art to build up his business. One element of the company - the Gumball 3000 race - was created in 1999 and now over 20 years later the rally has had stops in Amsterdam, Miami and also the famously closed off country of North Korea. With the successes Max made with the company, the sacrifices also came. Max reflects on the lessons he learnt to push him through the hard moments and how these allowed him to keep moving forward. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Ray BLK

Ray BLK

2021-06-0940:44

Singer-songwriter Ray BLK sits down with Eve to reflect on the lessons she’s learnt whilst building up her career. After being named as the winner of BBC Sound of 2017, Ray shares the gratitude and pride she felt being recognised within the music industry. Identifying that her accomplishments have been achieved as a result of her hard work and being open to opportunities, Ray and Eve discuss what these experiences have taught her. The singer-songwriter has been open in sharing how colourism in the music industry has affected her on a personal level. As a key factor in the anxiety she experiences before performing, Ray delves into how mindfulness techniques have been influential to her stage preparation. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Grace Beverley

Grace Beverley

2021-06-0942:45

From creating PDF guides and posting online fitness tutorials, business owner Grace Beverley details the lessons she’s learnt to develop her businesses. Sitting down with Eve, Grace reminisces on the business mistakes she made in the early days, but how those moments shaped her character and business acumen. Now with her successful companies - fitness brand Shreddy and sustainable fashion line TALA - Grace explains how she stays true to her ethos and beliefs whilst also building up her brands. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Marisha Wallace

Marisha Wallace

2021-06-0940:17

Broadway and West End star Marisha Wallace sits down with Eve to explain the sacrifices she made in developing her career. From working as a nanny to starring in stage shows including The Book of Mormon and Dreamgirls, Marisha describes the mindset she knew she needed to have to perform in front of huge audiences every night. With the theatre industry financially devastated by the Covid-19 pandemic, her work to raise money through her charity single helped to unite theatre workers together across the UK. Marisha shares her hopes for the arts sector and what she’s learnt about herself during this chapter. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Mo Gilligan

Mo Gilligan

2021-06-0943:18

The BAFTA award winning comedian Mo Gilligan sits down with Eve to discuss how staying focused on his goals has led to his career progression. Whilst working in retail, Mo uploaded comedy skits to social media. Very soon he found himself gaining huge popularity and success, leading to working in comedy and entertainment full time. His iconic characters which he created, including ‘The Geezer’, brought fans around the world, and Mo talks about how his comedy has been welcomed worldwide. 2020 saw Covid-19 disrupt his touring plans, and with 2021 around the corner, Mo shares with Eve his hopes for the new year and what else is on his bucket list to tick off. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
Henry Holland

Henry Holland

2021-06-0839:57

Fashion designer Henry Holland joins Eve to provide insight into the life lessons he’s learnt during 2020. With the closing and restructuring of his fashion label; House of Holland, during the pandemic, the designer reflects on his time building up his business and how essential rest has been for his creativity. With his statement t-shirts adorned with slogans including “I’ll tell you who’s boss, Kate Moss” and “Get Yer Freak On Giles Deacon”, Holland’s profile skyrocketed within a matter of months. After nearly 15 years working on the label though, he reveals how he’s now using his time and whether he has any regrets from his career. Producer: Candace Wilson Exec Producer: Christina Moore Editor: Jake Wittlin A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds
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