Think of a topic that makes you feel a bit uncomfortable? From sex lives to salaries, gender to race - influencer, powerhouse and curator of hugely popular 'Mother Of All Lists' blog Clemmie Telford releases her first podcast that refreshingly tackles issues that we, as a society, often shy away from. In fact, the stickier, trickier and 'less spoken about' the subject, the more Clemmie wants to chat honestly about it.
DIGITAL PARENTING: An Honest Conversation with Emma Bunton and DAUK
In this special bonus episode of Honestly, sponsored by Vodafone, Clemmie chats to Digital parenting ambassador Emma Bunton and founders of Digital Awareness UK Emma and Charlotte Robinson on the topic of digital parenting. In the first half of the episode, Clemmie finds out how Spice Girl - Emma communication and sets boundaries with her children on their screen time in order to find balance. They talk about trusting your instincts with your children, setting times of the day they are able to use their tech and most of all, trusting and learning with your child about how to navigate this together. In the second half, Clemmie chats to Emma and Charlotte from DAUK about some of the support they are providing for parents, and the Vodafone pledge which helps start the conversation of being safe online, to healthier habits. For more information on today's episode, please check out vodafone.co.uk/digitalparenting
SPIRITUALITY: An Honest Conversation With Tamara Driessen
Clemmie speaks to 'modern mystic' and author Tamara Driessen about her interest in ancient practises including astrology, tarot reading and living in alignment with the moon. Tamara is realistic about the cynicism this area of interest receives, but invites everyone to remain open-minded because, for her, leaning into spirituality has been hugely positive. A light-hearted but interesting chat.
CHILD POVERTY: An Honest Conversation With Sophia Parker
On today's episode, Clemmie is joined by the founder of London based charity - Little Village. This special community is much like a food bank but instead supplies clothes, toys and equipment for babies and children under 5 and in poverty. Clemmie and Sophia talk about the strains that 2020 has caused for people living in poverty, and what they are doing to make life that bit easier for families in need.
AUTHENTICITY: An Honest Conversation With Ovie Soko
You might know our guest today as a basketball player for Le Mans Sarthe of the LNB Pro A, or maybe you watched him on Love Island in 2019. Ovie Soko joins Clemmie in this episode to talk about the power of living authentically. His warm and wise character make this episode an empowering space for learning, motivation and inspiration. The pair discuss how to preserve your authenticity in a world full of comparison and why it is so important to trust your own journey in life, especially when things get tough.
BIRTH: An Honest Conversation With Hollie De Cruz
Hollie De Cruz joins Clemmie for this week's episode on the topic of Birth. Hollie is a hypnobirthing teacher and author and speaks about the knowledge our bodies innately have and how we can use breath to tune in. Labour isn’t something you can plan or control, but in having a series of tools and techniques to lean on can be transformative. An educational and uplifting conversation.
GRIEF: An Honest Conversation With Cariad Lloyd
On this week’s episode of Honestly, Clemmie chats with the witty and wonderful Cariad Lloyd - host of Griefcast and comedian. Since losing her father in her teens Cariad has been opening up the conversation around loss, speaking with people of all experiences on her podcast about grief. A no doubt difficult subject to tackle, Cariad and Clemmie talk about it in an ever open and honest way.
I love these pod casts. Clemmie you are a dream to listen to! Your topics are interesting; thought provoking and always relevant. I’ve enjoyed all of them and taken something away from it even when I didn’t expect to. Really enjoy the dialogue you have with the guests and by it’s namesake you get the honesty out of your guests and talk about important subjects. I really look forward to listening.
Enjoyed Camilla and everything is thought provoking.
Laura Dockrill speed-talking
I think you should start to lead in the conversations with your guests. By steering the flow towards the most poignant bits and make it a pleasurable experience for your listeners, regardless of subject. I know you probably want to keep it spontaneous but with the more talkative guests (to put it gently in her case) is absolutely needed. As much as you like your interviewees and interjecting anecdotes about yourself- you must also think of us, the listeners. *Your Audience*.
Tbh no disrespect but her incessant, overly detailed and super-uber speedy talking gave me anxiety! The actual topic, the part that’s supposed to help other women, was almost pushed to the side by this overbearing storytelling.
Pease acknowledge this feedback.