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White Wine Question Time, with Kate Thornton, is the podcast that brings together well-known friends, three glasses of wine and three thought-provoking questions. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before. 
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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 24 Ratings

White Wine Question Time, with Kate Thornton, is the podcast that brings together well-known friends, three glasses of wine and three thought-provoking questions. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before. 
White Wine Question Time is a Stak production.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    Stewart Lee on the art of modern stand-up, hunting for new material, and life on the road

    Stewart Lee on the art of modern stand-up, hunting for new material, and life on the road

    Today’s guest is probably your favourite comedian’s favourite comedian. He regularly sells more than 250,000 tickets for every tour, yet he has never wanted to be a household name and doesn’t do many interviews. But you’re in luck, because he has today: it’s the hilarious Stewart Lee!
    Kate and Stewart have known each other for decades, so they retrace the steps of their friendship and reminisce about some hilarious, scarcely believable moments they’ve shared. Plus, Stewart opens up about not wanting to court much public attention, how he’s carved his own comedy lane and how he regularly provokes hairy situations in public in the hope of landing on some new material!
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    • 1 hr 19 min
    Something from the Cellar: 90s Icons

    Something from the Cellar: 90s Icons

    With the sound of the 90s still ringing in our ears after our latest episode with Peter Andre, we’re revisiting more of our favourite moments of the decade with some legends who lit up the scene.
    From Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden - aka Boyzlife - who reminisce about the glory years of sunbeds on their tour bus. To Louise Redknapp, who walks us through the very start of her career to the moment she became a pop sensation and was crowned the sexiest woman alive! We even have Steps who relive some of their wildest moments as they celebrate 25 years together.
    If you liked what you heard, listen to their full episodes here: Boyzlife, Louise Redknapp and Steps!
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    • 31 min
    Peter Andre on life in the spotlight, the glorious 1990s, and prioritising your family

    Peter Andre on life in the spotlight, the glorious 1990s, and prioritising your family

    Joining us today is a singer, songwriter and TV personality who has become an ever-present figure in British life over the last thirty years. It’s the lovely Peter Andre!
    Fresh from another night looking after his newborn, Pete sits down to chat about the many highs - and some crushing lows - of his last thirty years in showbiz, plenty of which involved Kate! They remember how he got his big break in the UK, how he had to seek help away from the glare of the British spotlight and how he’s remained a celebrated figure in an industry that’s never shy about casting people aside.
    You can purchase Peter's new book right here, and find out more about his run in 'The Best of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons' right here!
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    • 49 min
    Something from the Cellar: Judy Murray

    Something from the Cellar: Judy Murray

    This week, as we dive into the heart of Wimbledon and bid farewell to two-time singles champion Andy Murray as he enters his retirement year, we revisit our conversation with his equally phenomenal mum, Judy Murray, a true powerhouse of tennis.
    She walks us through the moments that changed her perspective on life, her friendship with childhood hero Billie Jean King, and what it’s really like watching both of her sons rise to the very top of their tennis ranks.
    For all the latest news, click here to follow us on Instagram!
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    • 55 min
    Julian Clary on a trailblazing career, staying true to yourself, and filling life with laughs

    Julian Clary on a trailblazing career, staying true to yourself, and filling life with laughs

    Today’s guest has been a preeminent figure in British showbiz for the last forty years as a comedian, presenter, actor and author - it’s the delightful Julian Clary!
    As he celebrates a decade of his children’s books ‘The Bolds’, Julian chats to us about a career that began in the working men’s clubs of the 1980s and has since taken him to every stage and TV set in the land over four decades. From singing telegrams, smutty comedy specials and showgirls to the upcoming London Palladium pantomime with Jane McDonald, you couldn’t say it’s not a life well lived!
    Julian Clary's children's book series The Bolds has been reissued for its 10th anniversary. Out now! (Andersen Press)
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    • 52 min
    Something from the Cellar: Festivals

    Something from the Cellar: Festivals

    This week, with Glastonbury just gone, we’re now well and truly in the throes of festival season, so to celebrate all that music has to offer we’re bringing you some of our best - and funniest - festival stories!
    First up, we have the lovely Danny Jones from McFly! Here, he tells us how the band shaped his youth and how waiting 19 years to play at Glastonbury made him value those experiences more than ever! Then, the legendary Noddy Holder takes us all the way back to 1980 where Slade’s set at Reading Festival led to 80,000 people singing Merry Xmas Everybody in the baking August Heat! And, last but not least, we have the brilliant Krishnan Guru-Murthy who dives into his incredible family lineage and glows with pride at his 16 year old son's Glastonbury debut!
    If you liked what you heard, listen to their full episodes here: Danny Jones, Noddy Holder and Krishnan Guru-Murthy.
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    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Koritsas ,

Take me back to the 90’s

I’m English but moved to Texas 7 years ago with my family, I’m loving this podcast as I’m a similar age to you Kate and the 90’s were my hay day so I love hearing the nostalgia of you and your guests when we were the “cool” kids and it takes me back to a carefree time which I miss. I also miss having a chat and enjoying the company of my UK girlie friends especially with the last year, so thank you Kate for filling that void a little xxx

Darcey blue ,

Like being back home with my friends

I moved to Florida 12 years ago and I miss the bond you can only get with your best girls over a glass of wine... I love listening to this podcast and feeling like I’m back home in my garden with them all !! Thank you

ilovecats89 ,

DWSC-Match made in heaven

Drunk Women Solving Crime and White wine question time is a wonderful Combination! Two of my favorite podcasts! Such great women and the perfect thing to keep me going during work. Thank you so much keep this podcast going!

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