93 episodes

Hi, I’m EmRata, aka Emily Ratajkowski. Maybe you know me from my work as an actress or model, or maybe you’ve read my bestselling book, My Body. I’m interested in marrying everything high and low-brow by talking about pop culture and happenings that may seem frivolous in a way that raises big questions.

On this podcast, I’ll be talking about everything from politics, philosophy, and feminism to sex, TikTok, and relationships. Every Tuesday, I’ll host intimate conversations with special guests, including celebs, incredible authors, close friends, and people I admire. In the week’s second episode, I’ll talk about whatever’s happening in the world and what it’s making me think about, including anecdotes, personal opinions, and, ideally, some thought-provoking questions. Finally, you can subscribe to a third exclusive episode each week where you get to be part of the show. I’ll go through your comments and answer your DMs.

My hope is that this series will be a place where you can come to have fun and take part in thoughtful discourse.

High Low with EmRata is a Sony Music Entertainment and Bitch Era Media production.

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High Low with EmRata High Low: Talk Back

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.9 • 716 Ratings

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Hi, I’m EmRata, aka Emily Ratajkowski. Maybe you know me from my work as an actress or model, or maybe you’ve read my bestselling book, My Body. I’m interested in marrying everything high and low-brow by talking about pop culture and happenings that may seem frivolous in a way that raises big questions.

On this podcast, I’ll be talking about everything from politics, philosophy, and feminism to sex, TikTok, and relationships. Every Tuesday, I’ll host intimate conversations with special guests, including celebs, incredible authors, close friends, and people I admire. In the week’s second episode, I’ll talk about whatever’s happening in the world and what it’s making me think about, including anecdotes, personal opinions, and, ideally, some thought-provoking questions. Finally, you can subscribe to a third exclusive episode each week where you get to be part of the show. I’ll go through your comments and answer your DMs.

My hope is that this series will be a place where you can come to have fun and take part in thoughtful discourse.

High Low with EmRata is a Sony Music Entertainment and Bitch Era Media production.

Subscribe to ‘High Low: Talk Back’ for exclusive extra episodes every week. Plus, you’ll get all episodes of High Low ad-free.

To bring your brand to life in this podcast, email podcastadsales@sonymusic.com

Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts

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    Talk Back: Male Socialization and Sexuality

    Talk Back: Male Socialization and Sexuality

    This week's discussion revolves around male sexuality and the socialization of men. We begin with a listener who talks about the distinct upbringing of men compared to women, highlighting the differences in the behavioral expectations imposed upon them. Our final caller wants to know my experience with male sexuality. I love getting your submissions and if you want to chat go to HiLow.fm. Looking forward to hearing from you! Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts

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    Why are we so f’n lonely?

    Why are we so f’n lonely?

    I explore the disconnect between connectivity and loneliness to try and better understand the current loneliness epidemic. Why do we feel so lonely? Is something wrong with us? And how do we fix that?
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    • 23 min
    Introducing...The Referral with Dr Karan

    Introducing...The Referral with Dr Karan

    Ever wondered why it’s more difficult for women to orgasm? What AI is teaching us about medicine, or why erectile dysfunction exists? Are there superfoods and what are the health signs you should never ignore ...If so, this is the podcast for you. 

    The Referral... With Dr Karan is a weekly focus on health-in-the-news (eg. Doctors on strike), awkward topics you might not want to discuss with your mum (S-E-X), and myth busting (eg. ‘Masturbation ruins sex with your partner’); interweaving fascinating stories about scientific discovery and the real-life impacts.

    Dr Karan Raj is a working doctor in the NHS, a social media sensation plus he’s a fun-fact machine (the kind that might change your life). The podcast will feature guests from doctors to scientists to brilliant story tellers we’ll leave every episode informed, educated and impassioned.   



    A Sony Music Entertainment production. 



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    • 1 min
    Alexis Ren

    Alexis Ren

    Model, actress and influencer Alexis Ren and I chat about the disconnect between your real self versus your online self, the influence we have as influencers, and overcoming insecurities. Plus, I premiere a brand new segment!

    Send in your comments, questions and voicenotes to HighLow.fm / 42-HIGH-LOW-4 or HighLow@SonyMusic.com
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    • 45 min
    Ask Em Anything: Acting, Guests, and Future Book Plans

    Ask Em Anything: Acting, Guests, and Future Book Plans

    I’m in the High Low hotseat once again for our monthly Ask Em Anything episode. No topic is too random, no question too big or too small! Subjects covered include: dream podcast guests, favorite places to travel, will I ever write another book?, my relationship with acting, and a Where Are They Now? update on the Scab Crew.


    Submit your questions and comments at HighLow.fm, 42-HIGH-LOW-4 or using the hashtag #HighLow.
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    • 25 min
    Talk Back: Ask Me Anything

    Talk Back: Ask Me Anything

    During the modeling episode, I was unable to address many questions and I wanted to take this opportunity to respond to the remaining questions here. Thank you for taking the time to listen, and please continue to share your opinions, questions, and viewpoints by submitting voice notes to highlow.fm.

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
716 Ratings

716 Ratings

babyjuu ,

Podcast

Emrata you’re so pretty 💗!! I like this podcast so much, but I would like to see videos of every person you interview. Specially the people who are in their late 20s and early 30s

hfhnvrthvfhkoijinbgfxfghj ,

unlistenable

i tried. so many annoying this happening at once. leaning on her sexuality, insisting that she’s a feminist, & completely unaware that this podcast is a practice in irony. 1 million eye rolls.

yasmineaeaea ,

Sorry girl

The feminism is not fully cooked here— Emily’s analysis is a little one note. I think she should spend a little more time developing her opinion on the subject matters she delves into because often it feels like she hides behind the same working sexy girl narrative/sexual objectification and has trouble complicating it, which makes her interviews disappointing. She hides behind other people’s words a lot. As an interviewer, there’s a lot of growth needed. I’m frustrated, as a woman, that the end of any critique is basically like, “well a girl’s gotta make money!” Which is kind of dark? And also a really horrible message for young women. Why do we have to buy into this rat race mentality that allows you to justify any means of making money that a woman chooses? In the world of this podcast, it’s almost like women HAVE to make money off their sexuality somehow. I guess that’s because she speaks to people in the entertainment industry, but idk. It’s a nihilistic worldview, which Emily tries to express as too complicated to really come down any way on. You’ll find yourself wishing for a clearer perspective on feminism and womanhood.

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