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Funny people talk about having children. "A frank, fearless and funny guide to parenting" The Guardian. Comedians, actors, writers and other interesting people talk about the emotional impact of having children and how it has altered the relationships with their partners, families, careers and sense of self. Presented by writer and podcaster Sophie Black who, in a former life, performed sketch comedy at the Edinburgh Festival and on TV. Now she produces several regular podcast series includi ...
 
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Sophie talks to TV presenter Kirsten O'Brien about IVF, twins and what she has hidden in her attic... Kirsten is a TV and radio presenter who is possibly best known for presenting kids telly including SMart on CBBC. She has appeared on and presented numerous TV and radio shows and performed in and written two Edinburgh comedy shows.…
 
Sophie talks to columnist, playwright and actor Sadie Hasler about the Essex Girl stereotype, maternal anger and cool scars. Sadie's plays Pramkicker and Fran & Leni have been performed around the world in Washington DC, Sydney, Chicago, Melbourne, Oslo, Rome, Edinburgh, & around the UK. Her new play Stiletto Beach is showing at the Queens Theatre …
 
Sophie talks to actor and writer Harry Peacock about the sanctity of a good routine, his experience as a child actor and the social etiquette of play dates. Harry is best known for his role as Ray Purchase in Toast of London and has appeared in many other productions on stage, on radio and TV including The Kennedys and Star Stories. He also writes …
 
Sophie talks to stand-up, writer and actor Marcus Brigstocke about projectile poo, the danger of the internet and what to do if your baby loses a finger. Marcus has appeared on many TV and radio shows including Argumental, Have I Got News for You, I've Never Seen Star Wars, Giles Wemmbbley Hogg Goes Off and The Brig Society. He'll be doing his live…
 
Sophie talks to award-winning theatre director Tamara Harvey about the emotion challenges of striking a work/kids balance, interfering strangers at bus stops and the guilt, the guilt, the guilt, the GUILT! Tamara is the artistic director of Theatr Clywd and has directed numerous productions in the West End, throughout the U.K and beyond. Most recen…
 
Sophie talks to writer, artist and stiletto-wearing buggy-wielder Sian Pattenden. Sian started writing for Smash Hits when she was 18 and has been interviewing pop stars ever since - for The Face, The Guardian, Select and NME. She also writes and illustrates children's books. The latest series, The Peppers and the International Magic Guys, was sele…
 
Sophie talks to comedian, podcaster and master Lego builder Stuart Goldsmith. Stuart has been performing stand up comedy for over a decade and presents the hugely successful podcast The Comedian’s Comedian where he’s interviewed the likes of Russell Brand, Stewart Lee and Patton Oswalt about the craft of writing and performing stand-up.…
 
Sophie talks to stand-up, actress and toy disposal expert Wendy Wason. Wendy has been performing stand-up since 2004 and has written and performed three Edinburgh shows (performing two while 9 months pregnant in 2011). She has written and starred in her own sitcom for BBC Scotland called Half My Age Plus Seven and has appeared in various TV shows i…
 
Sophie talks to Olivier award-winning actress Jenna Russell about IVF, co-sleeping and shouting at Sir Peter Hall. Jenna is a hugely successful stage actress and singer who's appeared in numerous musicals and dramas over the years including most recently Fun Home at the Young Vic. She won an Olivier award for her role in Sunday in the Park with Geo…
 
Sophie talks to comedian, writer, actor, improviser, podcaster and downright overachiever Cariad Lloyd. Cariad was nominated for the Edinburgh Best Newcomer award in 2011 and has gone on to appear in numerous radio and TV shows including Have I Got News for You, QI and Peep Show.. She regularly performs in the hugely successful improv show Austenta…
 
Sophie speaks to writer, actor and Osama bin Laden impersonator Lucy Montgomery. Lucy has appeared in a load of TV and radio shows including The Mighty Boosh, Bo Selecta, The Life of Rock with Brian Pern and Radio 4's spoof phone-in series Down the Line. She also starred in the critically acclaimed Jerusalem with Mark Rylance at the Royal Court in …
 
Sophie talks to comedy actress, writer and carrot mother Margaret Cabourn-Smith. Margaret has had a prolific comedy career appearing on TV and radio including shows like Catastrophe, Peep Show and John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme. She is also one of the team captains on the comedy podcast Do the Right Thing.…
 
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