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A funny and honest podcast about our bodies - what we think of them, what we put in them, what we do with them and what it really means to be a fat person in a thin-obsessed world. Helen Thorn, comedian, one half of the podcast duo Scummy Mummies, loud mouth and fashion blogger asks a range of experts, comedians and blatant show-offs about their relationship with their bodies and how and why this has changed over the years.

Fat Lot of Good Helen Thorn

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A funny and honest podcast about our bodies - what we think of them, what we put in them, what we do with them and what it really means to be a fat person in a thin-obsessed world. Helen Thorn, comedian, one half of the podcast duo Scummy Mummies, loud mouth and fashion blogger asks a range of experts, comedians and blatant show-offs about their relationship with their bodies and how and why this has changed over the years.

    21. Fannies, Flaps and Pelvic Floors with Elaine Miller aka (Gusset Grippers)

    21. Fannies, Flaps and Pelvic Floors with Elaine Miller aka (Gusset Grippers)

    In this episode we discuss all things fannies and flaps with the brilliant physiotherapist and comedian, Elaine Miller. Elaine is the woman behind Gusset Grippers, and is taking the shame and stigma out of talking about pelvic floors and incontinence. She explains why we need to start having honest conversations about vaginas, wetting ourselves and why teenagers should be handed a mirror during sex education. Elaine is performing a hit comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe right now, and is writing a book about pelvic floors, which is due for release in 2020.


    You can follow Elaine in Instagram @gusset_grippers and Twitter @gussetgrips.


    Fat Lot of Good is presented by Helen Thorn and produced by Emma Corsham. The theme tune was composed by John Thorn with jingles by Simon Toner. 


    Helen is on Instagram @helenwearsasize18 and Twitter @helen_thorn.


    You can find producer Emma @produceremma on Twitter and @misscorsham on Instagram For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 32 Min.
    20. The fabulous Juno Dawson

    20. The fabulous Juno Dawson

    This week we speak to the amazing Juno Dawson - author, writer and advocate. We discuss everything from friendship, to be being in a band, to eating Fish Fingers sandwiches, to what it's like to be a Trans Woman in 2019. We also chat about her fabulous new book Meat Market, which delves into the world of fashion and modelling. And, we talk openly about Juno's transition and why she decided to document this in a monthly column in Glamour Magazine.


    Juno can be found on twitter and Instagram @junodawson or her own website junodawson.com/


    Fat Lot of Good is presented by Helen Thorn and produced by Emma Corsham. The theme tune was composed by John Thorn with jingles by Simon Toner. 


    Helen is on Instagram @helenwearsasize18 and Twitter @helen_thorn.


    You can find producer Emma @produceremma on Twitter and @misscorsham on Instagram For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 43 Min.
    19. Re-building your body, your relationship and your confidence with Jemma and Billy

    19. Re-building your body, your relationship and your confidence with Jemma and Billy

    This week we delve into the world of relationships, and the importance of loving your body, with married couple Jemma and Billy aka @jemmas_health_hub and @dadoutsidethelines. We discuss long-term relationships, looking after your body and male body confidence - and we have a tonne of laughs along the way, just wait for the best story at the end about bed wetting.


    Jemma is the woman behind The Hub - and produces online live exercise classes and a supportive network for women. Jemma speaks honestly about her own struggles and why exercise is so important for both her physical and mental health. Billy is the founder of Go Outside the Lines, which produces screen prints and cards for kids they can colour in, and is sharing his fatherhood journey on his Instagram page @Dadoutsidethelines.


    To find out more about Jemma's Health Hub go to www.jemmashealthhub.com and Billy's prints and cards can be found at www.gooutsidethelines.co.uk


    Fat Lot of Good is presented by Helen Thorn and produced by Emma Corsham. The theme tune was composed by John Thorn with jingles by Simon Toner. 


    Helen is on Instagram @helenwearsasize18 and Twitter @helen_thorn.


    You can find producer Emma @produceremma on Twitter and @misscorsham on Instagram


    This podcast is sponsored by the fabulous F and F Clothing. F and F make clothing for women which will make you feel gorgeous and won't break the bank. They have a brilliant denim collection in a range of lengths and styles. And the great news is that they support The Better Cotton Initiative. All of the cotton used in their denim is 100% more sustainable BCI cotton. The BCI exists to make global cotton production better for the people who produce it, better for the environment it grows in and better for the sector’s future, by developing Better Cotton as a sustainable mainstream commodity. Go to @fandfclothing to find out more and buy a new outfit at your local Tesco Extra or from www.next.co.uk/shop/brand-ff-0 Their Women's Clothes come in sizes 6 - 22, hurrah! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 42 Min.
    18. Body confidence, nudity and self-tanning with Jules Von Hep

    18. Body confidence, nudity and self-tanning with Jules Von Hep

    This week we chat with tanner to the stars and all 'round delight, it is of course the marvellous Jules Von Hep! He is a podcaster, one half of Jules and Sarah and the man behind the brand Isle of Paradise. We chat naked bodies, how to get the perfect self-tan and why we all apologise when we have our clothes off. He shares his body journey and tells us what he has learnt about body confidence. This man is sunshine in human form.


    Jules and his wonderful products can be found on https://www.isleofparadise.co.uk/about/meet-jules and on insta on @julesvonhep. Listen to his brilliant podcasts Jules and Sarah and Wobble!


    Fat Lot of Good is presented by Helen Thorn and produced by Emma Corsham. The theme tune was composed by John Thorn with jingles by Simon Toner. 


    Helen is on Instagram @helenwearsasize18 and Twitter @helen_thorn.


    You can find producer Emma @produceremma on Twitter and @misscorsham on Instagram


    This podcast is sponsored by the fabulous F and F Clothing. F and F make clothing for women which will make you feel gorgeous and won't break the bank. This week we feature their sustainable denim! Their denim jeans are produced using less water, less energy and less chemicals, all of which is better for the environment. manufacturing is reducing water and energy consumption and they are eliminating damage and contamination to the environment. And they look amazing! Follow @fandfclothing on social media for their latest looks. And go to www.next.co.uk or Tesco Extra to pick up a new outfit. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 31 Min.
    17. Wedding Bells and Diet Hell with Sarah Powell

    17. Wedding Bells and Diet Hell with Sarah Powell

    This week we chat with the RAINBOW of happiness, Sarah Powell. She's a podcaster, journalist, a wedding celebrant and one half of the fabulous duo - Jules and Sarah! We talk about Sarah's struggles with dieting and self love and why on her wedding night she took a cheese toastie to bed. From all these experience Sarah has now created the brilliant "Self Celebration" framework and movement! This episode is full joy, vulnerability and laughter, the perfect pick-me-up!


    Sarah can be found on https://www.sarahpowell.co.uk/ and on twitter as @thissarahpowell. Listen to her brilliant podcasts Jules and Sarah and Wobble!




    Fat Lot of Good is presented by Helen Thorn and produced by Emma Corsham. The theme tune was composed by John Thorn with jingles by Simon Toner. 


    Helen is on Instagram @helenwearsasize18 and Twitter @helen_thorn.


    You can find producer Emma @produceremma on Twitter and @misscorsham on Instagram


    This podcast is sponsored by the fabulous F and F Clothing. F and F make clothing for women which will make you feel gorgeous and won't break the bank. This week we feature their brilliant bras and nightwear! We love them because they go up to a 40G cup. And some of their sleepwear is made from Tencel fibres which are extra gentle on the skin and environmentally friendly too. Follow @fandfclothing on social media for their latest looks. And go to www.next.co.uk or Tesco Extra to pick up a new outfit. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 33 Min.
    16. Friendship, Middle-Age, and Giving No F***s with The Midult.

    16. Friendship, Middle-Age, and Giving No F***s with The Midult.

    This week we chat (and giggle) with the fabulous "Midult" duo - Annabel Rivkin and Emilie McMeekan. During a battle to cope with the aircon being off, we talk about their ongoing challenge with the world accepting middle-aged women, putting their past mistakes behind them, and feeling positive about the changes in perceptions of the ideal body


    The Midult women can be found on themidult.com and on twitter as @themidult




    Fat Lot of Good is presented by Helen Thorn and produced by Emma Corsham. The theme tune was composed by John Thorn with jingles by Simon Toner. 


    Helen is on Instagram @helenwearsasize18 and Twitter @helen_thorn.


    You can find producer Emma @produceremma on Twitter and @misscorsham on Instagram




    This podcast is sponsored by the fabulous F and F Clothing. F and F are using Recycled Polyester! This year for spring summer and Autumn winter ’19 F and F have saved more than 26 million plastic bottles from polluting the world’s oceans. This was achieved by making their men’s swim shorts, Schoolwear and Ladies and men’s outerwear. school trousers and school shirts from 100% recycled plastic. This Autumn they will be making coats from recycled plastic and hope to push this fabric more in the future. Their women's clothes come in sizes 6 - 22. Follow @fandfclothing on social media for their latest looks. And go to www.next.co.uk or Tesco Extra to pick up a new outfit. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 47 Min.

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