Every week Alice Fraser, chronic thinker, comedian, ex lawyer and cambridge graduate drinks tea and solves the world. With a rotating cast of bright and brilliant guests.
Ian Smith - ClassCast
The briliant Ian Smith joins Alice over Aspirational Peppermint tea to talk about chips on shoulders, Nepo Babies and how to navigate class and privilege in a way that doesn't rub us all up the wrong way.
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Nelly Thomas - Victims and PowerCast
Nelly Thomas is an activist, author and comedian. She talks with Alice about how we think of ourselves, the relationships we cultivate and the stories we tell. Find Nelly online at nellythomas.com
Mina Starsiak Hawk - Reality of FamilyCast
Mina Starsiak Hawk, podcaster and reality star sits with Alice and talks family Christmas, what we owe the people we love, and how to say no when you want to give in.
Sian Docksey - PoleCast
Sian Docksey sits over a cup of Billionaire Neighbour tea talking the arts, finances, creativity and inspiration, and whose work is worth what.
Cerys Bradley - Social BatteryCast
Cerys sits with Alice in Edinburgh and talks about accommodations, social battery, the language of needs and the future of work.
Aaron Simmonds - Eddie IzzardCast
Aaron talks over not-tea about a weird corporate gig that he just did with Alice, about performing standup standing up, consent in performance and kink, being fetishised and more.
Thoughtful and informed conversations
A calm and peaceful place to explore ideas. Some podcasts are so good I want to appear on, this one is so smart I don’t think I’d be able to hold my own.
Makes me a better (or at least more considered) person
Listening to Tea with Alice challenges the lazy assumptions I have made about the world I live in and opens my eyes to different perspectives. I like to think listening to this podcast makes a better person - but at the very least it makes me a more considered person.
This is how tea should be
Thoughtful topics. Witty and intelligent guests and host taking time to muse over life’s challenges. Reminds me to stop think reflect and laugh at the whole damn thing. More tea please I need a break.