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.
Cassandra Stavrou MBE
Cassandra is almost certainly a key part of your Friday nights in, as co-founder of Proper, the UK's biggest independent snack company. She tells Rhiannon how even the toughest life lessons can be useful, and how not to worry about what other people think of you.
Straight-talking feminist comedian Grace co-hosts the podcast Football, Feminism and Everything In Between with her dad, political advisor Alastair Campbell. She's written her new book Amazing Disgrace to help women handle feelings of shame. Her life tips include never sleeping with co-workers, and dressing fabulously to boost your confidence.
Singer, songwriter and rapper Fleur East survived the I'm A Celebrity jungle in 2018, having already blown people away with her performance of Uptown Funk on The X Factor. Now host of The Reality of Reality TV podcast, and presenter of the Hits Radio Breakfast Show, she tells Rhiannon hard work beats talent, and actions speak louder than words.
Multi-Hyphen Method queen Emma Gannon is a blogger, speaker, and best-selling author of ‘Olive’ and ‘Sabotage’. She also hosts the UK's number one careers podcast Ctrl Alt Delete. She talks about the joy of the side hustle, the perils of imposter syndrome, and why comparison is futile.
An American in London, Kenya Hunt is Grazia's fashion director, and has written for some of the biggest publications on both sides of the Atlantic. Her book - a collection of essays on Black womanhood called Girl - is out in November.
Actor, model, and Save The Children ambassador Poppy Delevingne kicks off our new series. The Kingsman star, who also plays glamorous Daphne in Sky's Riviera, offers advice that is, as you would expect, really rather fabulous...