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Walking The Dog from The Times.
Emily Dean takes some of her friends for a walk with their dogs. They talk about the weird, the wonderful, the funny and the extraordinary.

Walking The Dog with Emily Dea‪n‬ The Times

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Walking The Dog from The Times.
Emily Dean takes some of her friends for a walk with their dogs. They talk about the weird, the wonderful, the funny and the extraordinary.

    Nicky Campbell

    Nicky Campbell

    This week it’s another ‘At Home’ with the dog as Emily chats to Nicky Campbell. They discuss adoption, his extraordinary bond with his childhood dog, his broadcasting career and his new book, ‘One of the Family: Why A Dog Called Maxwell Changed My Life’.


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    • 59 min
    Graeme Hall - 'The Dogfather'

    Graeme Hall - 'The Dogfather'

    This week Emily chats to The Dogfather himself, Graeme Hall. They discuss Graeme’s childhood in Yorkshire, why he decided to change his life at 40 and become a dog trainer and his book ‘All Dogs Great and Small’. And yes, Emily even picks Graeme’s brain about some of Ray’s habits!


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    • 1h 8 min
    Matt Goss

    Matt Goss

    This week is more of an ‘at home’ with the dog! Emily is joined by Matt Goss and his French Bulldog, Reggie. They discuss the highs and lows of fame, Matt’s relationship with his twin brother, Luke, how he restarted his life in America and his new album.
     
    This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today and get one month free at: thetimes.co.uk/walkingthedog
     
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    • 59 min
    Sindhu Vee

    Sindhu Vee

    This week Emily takes Sindhu Vee and her Frenchie, Bowler out for a stroll around Regent’s Park. The discuss Sindhu’s passion for dogs, her views on parenting and how she got into stand-up comedy.
     
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    • 1h 13 min
    Rebecca Front

    Rebecca Front

    This week Emily and Ray go for a walk on Hampstead Heath with Rebecca Front and her Cockapoo, Bailey. They talk about how Rebecca’s comedy career began, how she overcame some challenging experiences in childhood and how she deals with anxiety.
     
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    • 1h 11 min
    Lee Mack

    Lee Mack

    This week Emily is joined by her first returning guest, Lee Mack, to introduce his silver Labrador puppy, Ludo. They discuss adjusting to dog ownership, his fear of flying, his views on class and also Lee’s fabulous podcast, ‘I Can't Believe It's Not Buddha’.


    This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today and get one month free at: thetimes.co.uk/walkingthedog
     
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    • 1h 17 min

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Laura-in-Paris ,

Inquisitive dog lover meets social scientist/comedian

The idea of listening to a dog-walking podcast might not be your idea of fun but Emily Dean has a talent for getting someone to tell their life story, explaining their life choices while touching on sad, funny and intimate details in the process. She describes it as ‘going forensic’ but really, she just puts people at their ease and is an engaged and interested listener. Emily can deal effortlessly with a painful subject (listen to her interview with Cariad Lloyd) but she does it in such a natural way that the interviewee really reveals all without seeming to regret a thing.

Sara Pascoe (the person, not the cat!), reveals herself to be much much more than just a good raconteur. She is deeply thoughtful and crosses over into explaining complex psycho-analytical concepts in a way that makes you hungry for more. By the end of this podcast you want to be best friends with both of them! Two really smart women that leave you with a lot to ponder.

There is something for everyone in this podcast but especially so for all those displaced and desperate teenagers out there. Listening to Sara describing her own teenage traumas is inspiring, funny and exasperating in equal measures. When Sara describes being rejected as a mentor to talk to pupils in her old school I am genuinely outraged. We should start up a petition!

Clare aka quilterin24 onTwitte ,

Fabulous

I love The Frank Skinner show so was overjoyed when this popped up as a suggestion. Love it!

FayeVillalba ,

I love this podcast

I walk my dog whilst listening and really enjoy the conversations which Emily handles well, ever so gently inviting her guests to open up. It’s also given me some inspirational thoughts about my relationship with my dog. Hope the series will continue xx

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