24 episodes

Get It Off Your Breasts is a female-led roundtable discussion with a difference. Hosted by Emma Gannon and Lliana Bird, this weekly podcast features unfiltered conversations, tackling a diverse mix of modern day issues that get under the skin of an always-on hyper-connected society. Produced by Shola Aleje

Get It Off Your Breasts Emma Gannon and Lliana Bird

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.3, 230 Ratings

Get It Off Your Breasts is a female-led roundtable discussion with a difference. Hosted by Emma Gannon and Lliana Bird, this weekly podcast features unfiltered conversations, tackling a diverse mix of modern day issues that get under the skin of an always-on hyper-connected society. Produced by Shola Aleje

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
230 Ratings

230 Ratings

EmRodders ,

It’s a great easy listen!

Recently discovered this podcast and listened to the first two seasons back to back. Love it!

ashbunters ,

Enjoyable initially

I think I enjoyed this podcast and concept more initially. I wonder if the format needs thought about? I think the ‘get it off your breasts’ format, can turn quickly into people just speaking negatively about a range of topics. At times, this may be what is needed - at other times it becomes just a bit draining to listen to.

Maybe some more comedic/light-hearted banter about serious issues might be more interesting...or adding a section... ‘breast appreciation?’ 🤷🏻‍♀️😊

moopydoopy123 ,

A bit too uninformed

Just a bit too uninformed for me. Particularly listening to the episode about clean eating. I find it very frustrating listening to people talk about alternative diets (e.g veganism, raw diet etc) when they haven’t done any actual research, and just make assumptions based on a couple of things that have been read. A short way into the podcast it was said: ‘I can guarantee you will be more healthy if you eat meat 3/4 times a week’ - but seriously, more and more research is suggesting otherwise. None of these people have read any proper research and are coming out with statements like this? I had to turn it off when one of the presenters referred to her doctor as ‘hostilic’ - you mean holistic surely?

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