25 episodes

Your weekly dose of emotional conversations as journalist Daphne Bugler and early years educator Isabella Hobbs chat with your favourite faces about the highs and lows of life. Joined by musicians, actors, artists, authors, athletes, presenters and ordinary people, they'll be sharing their stories of love, anger, sadness, fear and happiness, as well as a bit of everything in between.

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Getting Personal with Daphne Bugler and Isabella Hobbs Daphne Bugler & Isabella Hobbs

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 32 Ratings

Your weekly dose of emotional conversations as journalist Daphne Bugler and early years educator Isabella Hobbs chat with your favourite faces about the highs and lows of life. Joined by musicians, actors, artists, authors, athletes, presenters and ordinary people, they'll be sharing their stories of love, anger, sadness, fear and happiness, as well as a bit of everything in between.

Music by Dee Yan-Kay.
Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/getting-personal.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Sophie Tea on her art journey, what her next project will be, and whether she'll be getting a TV show

    Sophie Tea on her art journey, what her next project will be, and whether she'll be getting a TV show

    This week our guest is the artist Sophie Tea! 



    One of the most exciting artists on the scene right now, Sophie Tea is taking the world by storm with her incredibly successful art journey that has  evolved from animals to nudes, her hugely popular nude catwalk shows, and her ever-growing business and gallery. This week we chatted to Sophie about her journey, emotions, her plans for a TV show, and what her next big project is.... 



    Just a slight disclaimer that the audio in this episode isn't up to our usual standard. We're sorry for any static that you may hear.  Thank you so much to Sophie for joining us and being so open about her emotions. 

    Our beautiful episode artwork and illustration of Sophie is by Lauren Cowl. Make sure to check out her instagram here.

    • 33 min
    with Emily Burns

    with Emily Burns

    As we celebrate the start of Season 4 and one whole year of Getting Personal, we're joined by singer/songwriter Emily Burns. One of the biggest rising stars in pop music right now, you'll probably know Emily from her song 'Is It Just Me' which charted in the top 10 on iTunes and has so far earned 19 million streams globally. 

    In this episode we chatted to Emily about love, what it really means to be happy, getting back on stage, and why she wants to collaborate with Justin Bieber.

    Just a slight disclaimer that the audio in this episode isn't up to our usual standard. We're sorry for any static that you may here. 

    Thank you so much to Emily for joining us and being so open about her emotions. You can follow her on Instagram here. 

    Our beautiful episode artwork and illustration of Emily is by Lauren Cowl. Make sure to check out her instagram here. 

    • 29 min
    with Cory Anderson

    with Cory Anderson

    This week we are so excited to be joined by Cory Anderson. Having just released her debut novel ‘What Beauty There Is’, Cory zoomed in with us from the US to chat about what her writing process was like, what the book means to her, and how her own experiences shaped her writing. 

    We also chat about her cat, how much we love bubble baths, and the power of reading.



    TW: Abuse in the final part of the episode. 



    Thank you so much to Cory for joining us and to Penguin UK. You can follow Cory on instagram here and make sure to go grab a copy of her book here. 



    Our beautiful episode artwork and illustration of Cory is by Lauren Cowl. Make sure to check out her instagram here. 

    • 25 min
    with Hollie McNish

    with Hollie McNish

    This week we were joined by the lovely poet and writer Hollie McNish!



    We chatted to Hollie about dealing with grief during lockdown, hormones and emotions, and her latest (brilliant) book Slug and Other Things I’ve Been Told to Hate.



    Hollie also very kindly read aloud her poem ‘grandchild’ during this episode, which is one of our favourites from Slug. 



    Listen now on all podcast streaming platforms or click the link in our bio



    We are so incredibly grateful to Hollie for joining us and for the open and honest conversation. You can go follow her on Instagram @HolliePoetry

    Make sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsima

    Our awesome episode illustration of Hollie is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designs

    If you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review. See you next week!

    • 49 min
    with Hunter Hayes

    with Hunter Hayes

    This week we were SO excited to be joined by Hunter Hayes, a five-time Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and producer. Hunter zoomed in from California to talk to us all about how emotions have played a part in his life and career, from how he channels his emotions into his song writing, to how he learned to believe in himself and the times in his career that he had to overcome fear. 



    Make sure to go stream Hunter's latest single 'If You Change Your Mind' on Spotify here, as well as some of our favourites of his including Wanted, I Want Crazy and Invisible, all of which we talk about in this episode. 



    We are so incredibly grateful to Hunter for joining us and for the open and honest conversation. You can go follow him on Instagram @HunterHayes.  

    Make sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsima 

    Our awesome episode illustration of Hunter is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designs 

    If you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review. See you next week!

    • 34 min
    with Michelle Elman

    with Michelle Elman

    This week we chatted to Michelle Elman, a body confidence coach, the Queen Of Boundaries, an award-winning body positive activist and author. ⁣Michelle has recently published her second book The Joy Of Being Selfish which is an incredibly helpful guide to setting boundaries in our lives, and why that is so important. We love her inspiring and educational content on Instagram and on TikTok @scarrednotscared.



    In this episode we talked to Michelle about how to healthily react to anger, the perfection bubble which exists on social media, and how much she loves Grey’s Anatomy.⁣ 

    ⁣Thanks so much to Michelle for chatting to us this week, make sure to follow her on Instagram @scarrednotscared and to read her book here

    Make sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsima

    Our awesome episode illustration of Michelle is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designs

    If you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review. See you next week!

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Beth ♥️♥️ ,

Amazing!

I started listening to the podcast with Amy Dowden and it was incredible. It really made my day listening to this podcast and I can’t wait to hear more. I will definitely be going to listen to the previous podcasts as well as I really enjoyed hearing the one with Amy. I would 100% recommend this podcast! ♥️✨

laurennking ,

amazing

really enjoy listening to this podcast!💜

eleanorrr_l ,

Incredible Podcast

Really loved this podcast, Daphne and Isabella are incredible hosts. The guests are all interesting and have so much to speak about regarding their emotions. The daily positivity bubbles are one of the key things that I take away from each of the episodes. The episode with Amy Dowden is just so inspirational and motivational especially as we are in yet another lockdown, so many positives to take away from the current situation. I cannot wait to see who else will be a guest in future episodes.

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