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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

Constantly Evolving with Eve BBC Radio

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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

    Jordan Stephens

    Jordan Stephens

    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

    • 43 Min.
    Daria Berenato

    Daria Berenato

    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

    • 42 Min.
    Alyson Stoner

    Alyson Stoner

    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

    • 45 Min.
    Kimbal Musk

    Kimbal Musk

    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

    • 37 Min.
    Harnaam Kaur

    Harnaam Kaur

    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.
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    Producer: Candace Wilson
    Exec Producer: Christina Moore
    Editor: Jake Wittlin

    A Don’t Skip production for BBC Sounds

    • 45 Min.
    Caggie Dunlop

    Caggie Dunlop

    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

    • 41 Min.