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FAMILY WITH JULIA SAMUEL

FAMILY WITH JULIA SAMUEL

2022-05-2501:03:36

In this episode Clemmie explores the topic of family and our relationships with our nearest and dearest with bestselling psychotherapist Julia Samuel. Julia's new book, Every Family Has A Story, analyses a range of common issues including separation, step-relationships, leaving home, trauma and loss, as well as how deeply we are influenced by our families, including the often under-appreciated impact of grandparents and siblings. Revealing forgiveness and learning amidst trauma and hardship, the book is an honest and compassionate meditation on what we inherit and how we can create the families we wish for. Find out more about Julia and her books here: Julia Samuel. And follow Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode Clemmie explores burn out with writer, humourist, ex-professional actress & singer Caroline Dooner, who wrote the The F*ck It Diet, all about her relationship with food and dieting, and Tired as F*ck, all about her "exhaustion & two years of rest". Ten years ago Caroline started writing a blog called The Fuck It Diet as she tried to heal her relationship with food, and learn about the dark side of dieting. What she learned about food and weight changed her life. If you struggle with your relationship with food, the The F*ck It Diet is for you. In 2016, four years after she healed her relationship with food, she realised she was exhausted, burnt out, and...filled with existential dread. Her second book, Tired as F*ck, is about how she got back on her feet and her "years being a neurotic little b*tch". Read the beginning here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode Clemmie talks gut health, microbiomes and the biology of twins with Lisa and Alana Macfarlane (aka DJs The Mac Twins), who set up The Gut Stuff website to empower gut health in everyone after taking part in a piece of ground breaking research. Lisa and Alana had tried every fad diet under the sun, including the cabbage soup diet pre-Magaluf 2005 (remember that?) and grew up in Scotland eating deep-fried pizza and chips That all changed when they volunteered to be part of the TwinsUK research at King’s College London. Twins are a great constant for medical research, and they became the ‘chief guinea pigs’ for the British Gut Project. They discovered that despite twins having 100% of the same DNA, their guts shared only 30–40% of the same microbiota (head to intro to the gut for more on the basics!), which could explain why all of our bodies behave so differently.  Check out Lisa and Alana on Instagram @themactwins and The Gut Stuff @thegutstuff. And visit Home - The Gut Stuff for more info on how you can improve your gut health. The episode is made in partnership with Bimuno.  Biumuno Daily is a unique, high in fibre prebiotic supplement that has been proven to need and stimulate the growth of good bacteria in the gut. It doesn’t stop there. I am also running a competition to win an entire year’s worth of Bimuno Daily. What a brilliant way to support your digestive and generally take a positive step towards looking after your wellbeing. Head to here to find out more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode Clemmie explores spiking with Mair Howells, who founded @ivebeenspiked - a safe space for victims who have been spiked to share their stories, seek support and demand action. Mair started the platform in March of 2020, shortly after she had her drink spiked (in February 2020). She is now one of the leading activists fighting for change in the current state of drink spiking in the UK, and in the more general field of violence against women and girls. Mair is also the host and producer of ‘Pricks’ podcast which explores the spiking epidemic and looks to get under the skin of the problem. How big is the problem? According to The Alcohol Trust, 1 in 10 young people have been spiked. And in a 2021 The Tab survey, it was found that of 23,000 students, 2.5 thousand had been spiked. Across five episodes, Pricks unpicks the big topics surrounding spiking, from why only 8% of victims report instances of spiking, to the psychology of predators, the night time industry, the role of the government, and the extent to which spiking is part of a wider issue of violence against women.  Follow Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
HAPPINESS WITH WILL YOUNG

HAPPINESS WITH WILL YOUNG

2022-04-2001:12:40

This week Clemmie explores happiness, or maybe contentment....or should that be joy? Either way, her guest is one of her mum's faves, and two-time Brit award winner Will Young. Will shot to fame in 2002 after winning the first series of Pop Idol. He has released seven albums, four of which hit Number One in the UK charts, and he has 10 million record sales and two Brit Awards to his name.   But that's just the tip of the iceberg. Will is a leading voice in mental-health awareness. His highly acclaimed book 'To be a Gay Man' explored mental-health awareness, particularly within the LGBTQ+ community with a focus on gay shame. He has a podcast - ‘The Wellbeing Lab’ - where he interviews experts on different mental health topics each week, AND his second book ‘Be Yourself Only Happier’ is released imminently. In this episode Clemmie finds out what makes Will happy and what steps he's taken in his life to ensure he stays that way. Plus they do not talk about dry stone walling. Find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford and Will @willyoungofficial. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WARNING: This episode of But Why contains graphic descriptions of domestic abuse and sexual violence against women. In this episode of But Why, Clemmie teams up with Refuge to explore the topic of domestic abuse. Clemmie speaks to campaigner and consultant for causes against domestic abuse Natasha Saunders, who suffered eight years of sexual, mental, physical, economic and emotional abuse, as well as coercive control. Natasha is committed to raising awareness of the far-reaching impact of domestic abuse both on a personal level, but also on a wider, societal level. Clemmie also speaks to Kim Manning-Cooper, who is head of media and campaigns at Refuge. Kim has worked in human rights and social justice for more than 20 years and tells Clemmie all about Refuge's work and explains just how widespread domestic abuse is. IMPORTANT INFO: Refuge is committed to a world where domestic violence and violence against women and girls is not tolerated and where women and children can live in safety. They aim to empower women and children to rebuild their lives, free from violence and fear. They provide a range of life-saving and life-changing services, and a voice for the voiceless. The National Domestic Abuse Helpline is open 24/7, seven days a week. You can access free and confidential support on 0808 2000 247 and digital support via live chat Monday-Friday 3-10pm via www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk. You can also fill out a webform on the National Domestic Abuse Helpline website and request a call back at a safe time. From 10am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, you can speak to the expert Helpline team via a British Sign Language interpreter. Alternatively, you can find help or links to vital resources on Natasha's website: Independent Consultant and Speaker | Natasha Saunders. Find Clemmie on Instagram @@Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Clemmie tackles the topic of disconnection with Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker, novelist and host of the No. 1 careers podcast in the UK, Ctrl Alt Delete, Emma Gannon. Clemmie and Emma discuss how two years of lockdowns, Zoom meetings and reduced physical contact have made us more dependent on the internet than ever before. But has it lost its humanity? Emma's new book, (Dis)connected, examines how our focus on community and real connection has been sent off-course and how we're becoming more aware of how the algorithm manipulates us and how our data has made us a product to be sold. So, where do we go from here and how can we get back on track? Listen to this episode to find out! Emma's first book, The Multi-Hyphen Method, a manifesto for crafting a career on your own terms, became an immediate Sunday Times business bestseller. After the book's publication, she was selected in the 2018 Forbes 30 under 30 list, Management Today's '35 Under 35, and The Telegraph's 'Millennials To Watch'. To date she has published three works of non-fiction and her debut novel, Olive. Her WEBBY-nominated podcast Ctrl, Alt, Delete is a non-traditional careers podcast founded in 2016. It won Best Business Podcast at the Vuelio Awards in 2019 and has had nearly 8 million downloads in 100 countries, with guests including the philosopher Alain de Botton, activist Rachel Cargle and cleaning guru Mrs Hinch. Find Clemmie on Instagram @@Clemmie_Telford and check out Emma @emmagannonuk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
CONFIDENCE WITH JESS JONES

CONFIDENCE WITH JESS JONES

2022-03-2301:01:59

This week Clemmie tackles the topic of confidence with award winning blogger, confidence and self love advocate and motivational comedian Jessica Jones - aka 'The Fat Funny One' on Instagram - who has written 'Own It: How to Build Confidence, Completely Love Yourself and Embrace Your Body.' Clemmie asks what confidence really means, and Jessica explains how it hasn't always come easy for her. Plus there's much, much more including how authentic confidence and self-love aren't far-fetched but actually completely obtainable for everyone. Who knew!? Find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford and check out Jess - aka 'The Fat Funny One' here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Clemmie explores moons, star signs and all things astrology with astrologer and writer Francesca Oddie, whose quest is to present the subject simply and to enable people to comprehend and utilise the reliable roots of astrology.  Clemmie finds out why her husband is a 'turbo Aries', discovers how Francesca ended up as an astrologist and delves into the big question of what Francesca would say to someone who thought the whole thing wasn't for them. Find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford and check out Francesca on her website Home - Francesca Oddie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SISTERS WITH CLOVER STROUD

SISTERS WITH CLOVER STROUD

2022-03-0901:14:181

This week Clemmie talks all things sisters with Clover Stroud, whose sister Nell Gifford, the co-founder of Giffords Circus, died from breast cancer just before Christmas 2019 at the age of 46. Just days before, she had been given years to live. Her sudden death split Clover's life apart, and her new book, The Red of My Blood, charts her fearless passage through the first year after her sister's death. It is a book about what life feels like when death interrupts it, and about bearing the unbearable and describing an experience that seems beyond words. Lyrical, hopeful, it is also about the magical way in which death and life exist so vividly beside one another, and the wonder of being human. You can check out Clover on Instagram @Clover.Stroud and read more about her new book (released on March 10) here. Find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ADHD WITH GRACE TIMOTHY

ADHD WITH GRACE TIMOTHY

2022-03-0101:08:06

This week Clemmie chats to author and journalist Grace Timothy about ADHD and her own chance diagnosis made in 2021 after an appointment to check on her hearing. Clemmie and Grace, who has written for publications including Style, Vogue, Glamour, Marie Claire, the Sunday Times and Teen Vogue and is about to launch her own podcast about ADHD, discuss: Clemmie's husband Ben's recent ADHD diagnosis How ADHD affects women How ADHD is linked to other conditions like depression and anxiety And how Grace's own chance diagnosis helped her make sense of her life. Check out Grace on Instagram @Gracetimothywriter and you can find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BOUNDARIES WITH ZOE BLASKEY

BOUNDARIES WITH ZOE BLASKEY

2022-02-2301:06:08

We all need boundaries right? But are we setting enough, and are they the right ones? This week Clemmie talks all things boundaries with transformational coach Zoe Blaskey, who founded Motherkind, a self-empowerment platform for mums, and a podcast of the same name. They cover: the differences between internal and external boundaries why boundaries are the key to successful relationships and why you shouldn't ever use the word 'boundaries'! To become the most 'alive and joyful version of you, and to check out more of Zoe's work, head to MOTHERKIND or find Zoe in Instagram @motherkind_zoe. Find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the second episode of series four, Clemmie chats to former fashion academic, turned writer and TED x speaker Stacey Heale whose husband, Delays drummer Greg Gilbert, died from bowel cancer in 2021. Since Greg's death Stacey has spoken out about her grief, the experience of watching a loved one go through cancer, and how to really live. In this emotional chat, Clemmie asks Stacey why she's so passionate about talking openly about her experience, finds out what Stacey wishes she'd known about death, and discovers how she's coped with her two kids since Greg's death. The pair also discuss funeral fashion and why Stacey needed a pair of XL sunglasses and some lace gloves for Greg's funeral. You can find Stacey on Instagram @stacey_heale. Find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the first episode of series four, Clemmie chats to Zoë Colville - aka @thechiefshepherdess on Instagram - about how she swapped a hair salon in Soho for life on the farm in Kent, why gold hoop earrings are important even when feeding goats, AND why she's determined to educate people about where food really comes from. To find out more about Zoë, check out her Instagram page and to get your hands on some of the produce from her farm, head to The Little Farm Fridge. – the little farm fridge. Find Clemmie on Instagram @Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NATASHA LUNN ON LOVE

NATASHA LUNN ON LOVE

2021-12-1501:03:13

This week Clemmie chats to journalist and author Natasha Lunn about all things LOVE. The pair discuss: What her biggest learning about love has been? How to find love? The importance of platonic love. What's the main reason love fails? How the idea she had of love when she younger differs from her understand of love? Buy Clemmie’s Debut book “But Why? How to Answer Tricky Questions from Kids by Having Honest Conversation with Yourself’ including a ‘But what is love?” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TRACEY FOX ON CONFLICT

TRACEY FOX ON CONFLICT

2021-12-0801:09:55

This week Clemmie chats to a dispute resolution professional and lecturer from School of Life Tracey Fox. The pair discuss: What we mean by ‘conflict’. Different conflict styles. How do our experiences shape our conflict style? What makes conflict escalate? The significance of listening and different listening styles Clemmie’s Debut book “But Why? How to Answer Tricky Questions from Kids by Having Honest Conversation with Yourself’ is available to buy now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Clemmie chats to registered Clinical Psychologist and Sunday Times Bestselling author Dr Sophie Mort about what it is to be human. The pair discuss:  why addictions aren't simply bad habits how focusing on some of the smaller tasks in life can help us when bigger jobs seem too daunting how to face your fears and conquer them And plenty more besides. Find out more about Dr Soph on her website: Dr Soph and you can buy A Manual for Being Human here. Clemmie’s debut book “But Why? How to Answer Tricky Questions from Kids by Having Honest Conversation with Yourself’ is available to buy now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Clemmie chats to author Clare Seal - aka @myfrugalyear on Instagram - about money, saving, spending and debt, and Romi Savova, CEO of episode sponsor PensionBee. Clare and Clemmie discuss: Clare’s early experiences of money. How and when she got into debt and how that accumulated. How living in debt felt. The vicious cycle of emotional spending. The process of deciding to make a change, working her way and advice for anyone currently swamped by debt.  And in a bonus section, Clemmie asks Romi about the 'Pension Gap' and what she's doing about it. Clemmie’s Debut book “But Why? How to Answer Tricky Questions from Kids by Having Honest Conversation with Yourself’ is available to buy now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Clemmie chats to Icelandic weightlfter and Crossfit athlete Sara Sigmunsdoittir. The pair discuss: Sara’s relationship with her body - now and growing up. How she still struggles with the being muscular . Wanting to be strong and feminine The impact of training on her cycles. Buy Clemmie’s Debut book “But Why? How to Answer Tricky Questions from Kids by Having Honest Conversation with Yourself’ including “But why do people exercise anyway?” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Clemmie chats to author Liv Thorne about the challenges of solo parenting. The pair discuss: How she reached the decision to have a baby alone. The process of choosing the sperm. What has surprised Liv about it? Hardest part? What it's taught her? How she talks to her son Herb about it. What advice would you go back and give yourself at the beginning of this process? Buy Clemmie’s Debut book “But Why? How to Answer Tricky Questions from Kids by Having Honest Conversation with Yourself’ including a section on ‘But how do babies get in Mummies’ tummies?’ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Sinead Armstrong

Very interesting.. I've taken some much on board. thanks..(sound very bad so I had strain to hear especially the female just FYI) x

May 7th
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