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    SPIRITUALITY: AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH TAMARA DRIESSEN

    Clemmie speaks to 'modern mystic' and author Tamara Driessen about her interest in ancient practises including astrology, tarot reading and living in alignment with the moon. Tamara is realistic about the cynicism this area of interest receives but invites everyone to remain open-minded because for her leaning into spirituality has been hugely positive. A light-hearted but interesting chat.…

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    CHILD POVERTY: AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH SOPHIA PARKER

    On today's episode, Clemmie is joined by the founder of London based charity - Little Village. This special community is much like a food bank but instead supplies clothes, toys and equipment for babies and children under 5 and in poverty. Clemmie and Sophia talk about the strains that 2020 has caused for people living in poverty, and what they are doing to make life that bit easier for families in need.…

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    AUTHENTICITY: AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH OVIE SOKO

    You might know Ovie from his career as a basketball player for Le Mans or maybe you watched him Love Island in 2019? Though Clemmie hadn't watched that series she quickly understood how he became so popular; he is extraordinarily wise and warm. Together we discuss how to be authentic in a world full of comparison, and why it is so important to really trust your own journey in life, especially when things get tough. Not sure I can get away with saying ’truth bombs’ says Clemmie but Ovie certainly dropped some. …

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    BIRTH: AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH HOLLIE DE CRUZ

    Hollie is a hypnobirthing teacher and author. Clemmie first met her when she enrolled on Hollie's hypnobirthing course during her second pregnancy (off the back of traumatic first birth). Labour isn’t something you can plan or control, but it is something that you can purposely prepare for.  The knowledge and the guidance Hollie passed on to us was nothing short of transformative so it is our pleasure to share part of that today.…

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    GRIEF: AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH CARIAD LLYOD

    As much as we all wish it wasn’t the case,  grief really is an unavoidable fact of life.  Through her award winning and frankly brilliant show ‘Griefcast’ Comedian Cariad Lloyd has opened up the conversation around loss and reminded us that although grief really bloody lonely and feels unpredictable that we can find solace in others people sharing their experience.…

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    FEMINISM: AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH FLORENCE GIVEN

    Clemmie was a little blown away Floss; charmed by the way she was on the one hand self-aware and analytical, whilst on the other oozed confidence. She truly is wise far beyond her 20 years. This also translated into the way she spoke about something as nuanced and loaded as the subject feminism. Have a listen and you’ll know what we mean.…

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    RENTING: AN HONEST WITH AFRICA DALEY-CLARKE AND MEDINA GRILLO

    9 million people in the UK are in rented accommodation, in this episode we delve into all sorts of aspects of it including the importance of making a space a home even when you don’t own those four walls,  challenged the notion that renting is throwing money down the drain,  plus examination the outdated fixation with homeownership.…

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    COURAGE: AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH CAMILLA THURLOW

    Kicking off a brand new series Honestly with the wonderful Camilla Thurlow and a conversation about courage. Particularly in relation to her career which has seen her Explosive Ordnance Disposal expert to a reality star on the hit TV series Love Island -hugely varying but both huge steps pit of her comfort. Which Clemmie saw as courageous but she felt were fuelled by fear.…

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    CHILDHOOD CANCER: AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH CATHERINE POINTER & SHEONA SCALES

    Clemmie spoke to two guests: Catherine had Leukaemia twice as a child but now, having finished her PHD,  works in the same hospital she was treated as a kid (in fact she her lab is exactly 2 floors above the ward).

    While Sheona is head of paediatric research at @cr_uk and was able to share frontline insight into how and what their research actually involves. At one point Clemmie asks Catherine what advice she would give her younger self. Her answer? “to hang in there, that the life was that was coming was worth it.” …