The Having a Nosey Podcast - a podcast interviewing inspiring people about their lives and the social issues that affect them.
Having A Nosey With Lauren Evie, A Vegan Blogger On Accessible Sustainability
In this episode Georgia Gadsby, the founder of Having a Nosey, interviews Lauren Evie, a popular vegan blogger with sustainability resting at the heart of her content. Alongside her personal blog, she runs the successful vegan Instagram account @becomingvegans, which shares her journey into veganism and the secret food gems she finds!
Georgia and Lauren discuss everything on veganism, accessible sustainability, and how we can change the world for the better.
Having A Nosey With Jasmine MacPhee, Founder Of Find Your Intern
In this episode Georgia Gadsby, the founder of Having a Nosey, interviews Jasmine Macphee, the founder of Find Your Intern. Find Your Intern (or FYI) is a platform which advertises paid fashion and creative internships alongside providing interns with CV templates, cover letter workshops, and interview tips. Jasmine is also behind FYI's campaign '#NOPAYNOWAY' which encourages students to say no to unpaid internships and puts pressure on businesses to pay their interns. In this episode, Georgia and Jasmine discuss everything Find Your Intern and unpaid internships.
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Having A Nosey With Jazz Moodie, Feminist Artist And Founder Of Mude Threads
In this episode Georgia Gadsby, the founder of Having a Nosey, interviews Jazz Moodie, feminist artist and founder of Mude Threads. Through Mude Threads, Jazz encourages people to love their nude bodies and embrace themselves via commissioned embroidery and painting of nude bodies on clothing. Jazz and Georgia chat about the business, nudity, and loving our bodies in a world that over-sexualises them.
Having A Nosey With Charlotte Johnstone on the Creative Industry and Harsh Graduate Truths
In this episode Georgia Gadsby, the founder of Having a Nosey, interviews Charlotte Johnstone, a successful graphic designer. Having worked everywhere from Noctis Magazine to Pro Direct, Charlotte discusses her experiences in the creative industry, juggling freelancing while at university, life as a graduate, and whether the pull of working in London is actually worth it.