Every week Alice Fraser, chronic thinker, comedian, ex lawyer and cambridge graduate drinks tea and solves the world. With a rotating cast of bright and brilliant guests.
Dara O Briain - InterGenerational DimensionCast
The brilliant Dara O Briain came on Tea With Alice as part of his international lockdown podcast tour to talk about online work, throwing jokes up in the air, work process, joke memory, and how he keeps coming back to the theme of pole dancers.
Sami Shah - NegotiationCast
Sami Shah returns to Tea With Alice to talk about multitasking, sense of self and the arguments he's having now.
Find Sami online @samishah on twitter
Solo Salon Q and A
A behind the scenes peep at a Q and A during one of my recent Tea With Alice Salon - I only recorded my side of the convo this time, so let me know what you think.
Lara Fraser - PersonaCast
My glamorous powerhouse cousin Lara Fraser came and sat with me over green tea to talk about online persona, instagram activism, plastic surgery, the gender politics of music production and her new international collaboration.
Find Lara on instagram etc at @djlarafraser and find her new song "In This World" with Shingai on Spotify and other music places.
Boo Dwyer - Lonely HelpCast
Boo Dwyer spoke to me during her quarantine period about life, fulfilment, achievement, deciding whether you've 'done enough' and what that means. Loneliness, nurturing, her open door policy and not being THAT mature age student.
Jackie Kashian - MediCast
Jackie Kashian is a road comic, a brilliant nerd and an all round powerhouse of thoughtfulness. We talked about the road, cartwheels, the art of conversation, online dating, the stupidity of rationality and romance novels. It was a gorgeous conversation and I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as i enjoyed having it.
Delightful and thought provoking
Tea with Alice is a weekly delight! No two episodes are the same. Alice tackles hard hitting topics with grace and wit. The conversations are enthralling and thought provoking. It’s like being a fly on the wall. I like to imagine myself as an invisible participant, quietly sipping a coffee in the corner.
Grab a cuppa and have a listen!
Alice is Wonderful
I discovered Alice Fraser on the Bugle and she blew my mind with how from episode one she was so utterly funny.
Tea with Alice is less about the jokes (though there is a chuckle or a few) as Alice intelligently discusses a lot of topics with guests. It's not trying to solve the issues they discuss, just to discuss them intelligently.
If I could give Tea with Alice 6 stars, I would.