We get life advice from women worth listening to. Sharing the pivotal moments that made them who they are today, our special guests tell us the best advice they’ve ever been given… and the worst.
The Saturdays and S Club Juniors star Frankie Bridge is one of ITV’s Loose Women, and recently launched her own clothing brand FW Bridge. She is a big advocate for mental health awareness and publicly shares her own struggles with anxiety. This is our last episode in the current series, and Lotte’s last episode as Life Advice host, so she shares some of her own life tips. Huge thanks and good luck to Lotte.
Novelist, filmmaker and zen Buddhist priest Ruth Ozeki recently won the prestigious Women’s Prize for Fiction for her novel The Book of Form and Emptiness. The work was praised by judges for its ‘sparkling writing, warmth, intelligence and poignancy’.
A London-born businesswoman based in Los Angeles, Emma Grede is CEO and co-founder with Khloe Kardashian of the Good American fashion brand. She is also a founding partner, with Kim Kardashian, of shapewear brand Skims.
Doctor Who companion and star of Apple TV’s Suspicion, Mandip Gill is currently on stage in West End show 2:22: A Ghost Story. Her advice majors on taking care of yourself, your finances, and your friendships.
Designer and stylist Lucinda Chambers has worked in fashion for over three decades. As fashion director at British Vogue, she has inspired the wardrobes of millions of women, and has worked with brands from Prada and Marni to H&M, River Island and Warehouse. She is co-founder of fashion website Collagerie.
Comedian, writer, actress and podcaster Isy Suttie may be best known to you as Dobbie in the iconic Peep Show. She is also co-host of the multi-ward winning Penguin Podcast alongside broadcaster Nihal Arthanayake. Isy talks to Lotte about the joys of a sparkly gold dress, gratitude, parenting, and making new friends as an adult.
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Great podcast; terrible sponsor
Such great content. I’m flabbergasted that the pod is sponsored by a toxic diet culture brand. A huge shame as it undermines the messages of many guests
Thank you for having me on
Loved being a guest on this and catching up on previous episodes. Such a useful show with many people to learn from and about