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Think of a topic that makes you feel a bit uncomfortable? From sex lives to salaries, gender to race - influencer, powerhouse and curator of hugely popular 'Mother Of All Lists' blog Clemmie Telford releases her first podcast that refreshingly tackles issues that we, as a society, often shy away from. In fact, the stickier, trickier and 'less spoken about' the subject, the more Clemmie wants to chat honestly about it.

Honestly Podcast with Clemmie Telford Mags Creative

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    • 4.0 • 3 Ratings

Think of a topic that makes you feel a bit uncomfortable? From sex lives to salaries, gender to race - influencer, powerhouse and curator of hugely popular 'Mother Of All Lists' blog Clemmie Telford releases her first podcast that refreshingly tackles issues that we, as a society, often shy away from. In fact, the stickier, trickier and 'less spoken about' the subject, the more Clemmie wants to chat honestly about it.

    CHILDHOOD CANCER: An Honest Conversation With Catherie Pointer And Sheona Scales

    CHILDHOOD CANCER: An Honest Conversation With Catherie Pointer And Sheona Scales

    In light of September being Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Clemmie was able to sit down with two special guests working hard to bring awareness to the matter. Childhood cancer survivor turned cancer researcher Catherine Pointer, speaks about her personal journey as she was diagnosed with Leukaemia when she was a teenager. At a pivotal time of finding your feet, Catherine had to drop out of school and fight for her life, which she opens up about with Clemmie. Albeit an incredibly difficult time for Catherine and her family, she was able to find the strength to not just survive, but thrive as she managed to complete her qualifications to become a cancer researcher. Clemmie also had the chance of speaking to one of the pioneering leaders at Cancer Research UK - Dr Sheona Scales. As of 2017 Sheona has been working with Cancer Research UK and is now the Cancer Research UK Lead for Paediatric Research and is responsible for implementing their new strategy for children and young people’s cancer research, aiming to improve survival and long-term outcomes for children with cancer.

    Two women intent on developing awareness and solutions for Children and Young people with Cancer. If you’d like to check out some of the work Cancer Research UK have been doing, head to https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/children-and-young-people

    • 40 min
    HUMOUR (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Laura Belbin

    HUMOUR (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Laura Belbin

    Laura Belbin has one mission in life - to make people laugh. Following a bout of poor mental health, Laura has used humour to help navigate depression and spread a wider conversation surrounding positive body image. In this episode, Clemmie talks to Laura about her instagram account that went viral - Knee Deep In Life, where Laura posts contrasting images of her attempting to recreate the posed and staged images that are commonplace on Instagram. Laura talks about her mental health journey, and how transformative being honest with yourself has been, and her journey with becoming more comfortable in your body.

    For the full transcription of the episode please follow honestlypodcast.com

    The mini series of Honestly Podcast is supported by PayPal as part of its #paypalitforward campaign giving people the chance to shout out the local heros in their community.

    • 37 min
    FOOD (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Anna Jones

    FOOD (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Anna Jones

    In this week's episode, indulges us all with a full episode dedicated to Food with Anna Jones. Anna and Clemmie chat about some of the comfort foods that have given us happiness during lockdown, how Anna turned her passion into her career and the contentious issues of a slow cooker. Sure to get you thinking about jacket potatoes for dinner, this episode is nourishing listen!

    For the full transcription of the episode please follow honestlypodcast.com

    The mini series of Honestly Podcast is supported by PayPal as part of its #paypalitforward campaign giving people the chance to shout out the local heros in their community.

    To vote for Honestly to win the Listener’s Choice Awards, please visit: https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote

    • 42 min
    BEAUTY (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Caroline Hirons

    BEAUTY (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Caroline Hirons

    In this week's episode, Clemmie sat down with the straight-talking skincare guru Caroline Hirons, whose unfiltered opinions have earned her the title of the most powerful woman in skincare. Clemmie chats to Caroline about her career, skincare, and if she's seen a response to the Black Lives Matter movement in her industry. Caroline has been praised for her honesty, which is why this episode is nothing but that.

    For the full transcription of the episode please follow honestlypodcast.com

    The mini series of Honestly Podcast is supported by PayPal as part of its #paypalitforward campaign giving people the chance to shout out the local heros in their community.

    To vote for Honestly to win the Listener’s Choice Awards, please visit: https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote

    • 35 min
    JOY (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Laura Brand

    JOY (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Laura Brand

    In this second episode of the Lockdown special - Clemmie chats to the wonderfully optimistic and honest speaking Laura Brand. Author of the hugely popular book: The Joy Journal for Magical Everyday Play, Laura explains how she has kept calm and found snippets of joy throughout lockdown. Whether its embracing the inevitable mess in our lives, to taking more mindful observations in our surroundings, Laura proves there is always a way to find more joy in our lives. A really inspiring, playful and mindful listen.

    For the full transcription of the episode please follow honestlypodcast.com

    The mini series of Honestly Podcast is supported by PayPal as part of its #paypalitforward campaign giving people the chance to shout out the local heros in their community.

    To vote for Honestly to win the Listener’s Choice Awards, please visit: https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote

    • 45 min
    EXERCISE (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Joe Wicks

    EXERCISE (DURING LOCKDOWN): An honest conversation with Joe Wicks

    In the first episode of this special mini-series of Honestly, Clemmie speaks to Joe Wicks! They chat about PE with Joe, the beginnings of his social media career and the vital exercise plays on our Mental Health - and how necessary that is, particularly when life is challenging. Listen now an honest, positive chat between Joe and Clemmie, recorded remotely in both of their homes.

    For the full transcription of the episode please follow honestlypodcast.com

    The mini series of Honestly Podcast is supported by PayPal as part of its #paypalitforward campaign giving people the chance to shout out the local heros in their community. 

    To vote for Honestly to win the Listener’s Choice Awards, please visit: https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote

    • 43 min

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Sobriety episode with Millie Gooch

I listened to this episode with no opinion on sobriety as I always think it’s a persons choice and that’s cool either way. One thing that stuck me about this episode, leading me to comment, is the fact that it sounds more like she had other issues at a young age and used alcohol to deal with them. I don’t know a single person who didn’t go to uni and have an absolute blast tanked on alcohol, making stupid choices and then going into the real world, yes still drinking but being a responsible adult, working, socialising etc but a drunk is never cool so it was rarely if ever done or at least with colleagues!! I feel like her experience with alcohol masks the joy with also brings, I love the taste of all alcohol and an appreciation for the incredible wine out there has only come with age and an increase in Money which was not the case in uni. I just feel like she’s kinda missed the point of what drinking is meant to be and felt like it was her only way to grow up after uni was to abstain and this is sad which asks the question- if millennials just can’t cope with the real world?? It didn’t make me curious about sobriety at all, it made me appreciate how mature and improved my drinking appreciate has got. Thus not regretting a bloody thing as that was a time in life everyone should have, uni is awesome!

Love the podcast!

C

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