51 episodes

Dirty Mother Pukka is the intelligent, gritty, humorous podcast that airs the dirty laundry of its brilliant guests. Hosted by Anna Whitehouse AKA Mother Pukka, each week I’ll be uncovering the highs and lows of the humans behind the big names. Unfiltered. Unashamed. Unapologetic.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 57 Ratings

Dirty Mother Pukka is the intelligent, gritty, humorous podcast that airs the dirty laundry of its brilliant guests. Hosted by Anna Whitehouse AKA Mother Pukka, each week I’ll be uncovering the highs and lows of the humans behind the big names. Unfiltered. Unashamed. Unapologetic.

Listen and subscribe now on Global Player.

    Oloni on fake orgasms, bad sex and your erotic fantasies

    Oloni on fake orgasms, bad sex and your erotic fantasies

    Stop faking orgasms and get with Dami ‘Oloni’ Olonisakin’s sex programme. In this no-holds-barred chat, Anna and Polly strip down the misogynistic layers stopping them from coming. From re-educating your partner on sex toys to stopping with the whole ‘spicing things up in the bedroom’ chat – which makes them collectively cringe – it’s about owning YOUR pleasure. Whether you’ve just met someone off Bumble or you’ve been married for 25 years. Oh and the big question: Why is there only FemFresh? Why not MenFresh?

    Original music by Matt J Brown at WeAreOK.com

    • 43 min
    Quickie: Is it PMT or peri-menopause?

    Quickie: Is it PMT or peri-menopause?

    In this episode Anna and Polly talk hormones with Dr Sohere Roked from your first period to the peri-menopause your hormones could be messing with mind, body and soul. This episode is like a hug in podcast form. It’s not you, it’s your hormones.

    Original music by Matt J Brown at WeAreOK.com.

    • 17 min
    Bryony Gordon on hair loss, ditching the booze and finding herself in the darkness

    Bryony Gordon on hair loss, ditching the booze and finding herself in the darkness

    There’s tears of laughter and tears of sadness in this episode where author and journalist Bryony Gordon opens up about her alopecia. She speaks about a world that defines women by how they look; how their hair looks. How her self worth and self loathing started at just 12 years old and how she wants to break the cycle for her own daughter. She speaks about her relationship to men, alcohol, work and friends in this uplifting but unveiling chat about what it is to navigate the world as a woman in 2022.

    Original music by Matt J Brown at WeAreOK.com

    • 57 min
    Quickie: When is it ok to pierce a child’s ears?

    Quickie: When is it ok to pierce a child’s ears?

    After getting their first tattoo together last week, Anna and Polly deep dive into a world of piercings and tattoos. The average age of girls getting ears pierced is 7 and there’s a current petition to get child piercings banned. What side of the fence do you sit on? And, more importantly, does having a tattoo at 41 mean you are on the verge of a midlife crisis?

    Original music from Matt J Brown at WeAreOK.com

    • 11 min
    Sophie Morgan on life after a car crash, ableism and otherism

    Sophie Morgan on life after a car crash, ableism and otherism

    Sophie Morgan speaks openly and powerfully to Anna and Polly about navigating life after a car crash - she’s clear it wasn’t an ‘accident’ - at the age of 18. Overnight her life changed and her access to the world shifted. She speaks clearly about her strength as a Disabled woman but also the weakness of a world not set up for basic access. Access to the London Underground. Access to an EasyJet flight. She wants to open the world to otherism - not patronising or Molly coddling anyone who is Disabled. To treat her as a human. She’s vehemently against shaming anyone who makes a mistake and wants to open your eyes and heart to growing, to understanding Disability and to centre her outside of her mobility aid. It’s a heartfelt - and in places heartbreaking - call to arms for humans to be, well, human. And for the world - at the very least - to be more accessible to everyone. On a personal note, this episode meant a great deal to us as Polly opens up about her experience as a mother of beautiful Disabled twins, Fox and Lili. Expect to laugh as much as you cry and - on an essential level - to learn how to raise children that aren’t ableist.

    Original music by Matt J Brown at WeAreOK.com

    • 48 min
    Quickie: Do you have WhatsApp Group Anxiety (WAGA)?

    Quickie: Do you have WhatsApp Group Anxiety (WAGA)?

    Do you wake up and feel overwhelmed by the little red number detailing how many unread messages you have? Like a ticker tape of expectation. The family WhatsApp groups, friends WhatsApp groups, the WhatsApp group that’s 1,456 comments deep about a vague friend’s baby shower present? The overwhelm is real and Anna and Polly deep dive into WAGA (WhatsApp Group Anxiety).

    Original music by Matt J Brown at WeAreOK.com

    • 10 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

mninscotland ,

Love this podcast!

I’m so happy when I see a new episode and also listen again to other that have had amazing advice or have really resonated with me. I love listening to Anna and Polly’s friendship and banter it’s THE best! Just lovely, honest and funny human beings.

whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 😡😡 ,

Great 😊

This is a great podcast so glad 😀 I found it lol these ladies are so funny 😂 yes more Molly and Anna please lol love these ladies lol 😂 have a great day so would recommend to others 😍

Tricky223 ,

More Polly!

Love this show and love the chemistry between the two. They are so hilarious and honest together. More Polly please! She’s brilliant.

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