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Meet Ange and Ruth, funny, straight talking, slightly sweary sisters who spend roughly half an hour a week finding the funny in the sh*t that is life. From the big questions to the continued frustrations of having to "adult", this podcast is bound to get you laughing. When we are not recording you can find us on insta @angecorden and @ruth_corden Email us hello@ruthcorden.com
 
Want to live ethically? Or organically? How about just sustainably? And without drastically changing your lifestyle or blowing up your bank account? My Green Podcast with Jarvis, Jo, and Katie is the show about accessible, sustainable living. They bring you tips on healthy living and the latest environmental news. They’ll let you know what food and products you can buy that won’t cost the earth – literally or figuratively – and will be joined by special guests who tell us what they do every ...
 
What makes a strong person to you? Bestselling author and personal trainer Alice Liveing interviews extraordinary people about the importance of building mental and physical resilience and how this can empower us to live happier, stronger lives. You can find more about Alice on Instagram @aliceliveing, on Twitter @aliceliveing_ or her website www.alice-liveing.co.uk
 
We all go through moments of doubt and uncertainty. But how do we stop them from holding us back? Trust expert Rachel Botsman speaks with incredible guests – from soldiers to poker players and psychologists to hostage negotiators – that will change the way you think about trust. Heart-warming – and at times heart-stopping – these conversations ask what happens when we confront our trust issues, face our fears and open our minds to new possibilities. For an even deeper dive into the insights ...
 
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Ruth and Ange are absolutely delighted to welcome podcasting queen Fearne Cotton onto this weeks episode. Fearne speaks with authenticity, knowledge and honesty about the high and lows of her life and career. She brings an excellent shitting tits, one which both Ruth and Ange wish they had thought of themselves and she shares an incredibly interest…
 
A story of how a little true passion can snowball into a triumphant business, Tilly Walnes, founder of Tilly and the Buttons, shares her incredible journey; a decade of lessons learnt and the benefit of building a strong community through her own love of sewing. Feeling frustrated that her day job didn’t allow her to be creative with her hands, Til…
 
On World Suicide Prevention Day, Bryony talks to someone with a very unusual - but important - job. Laura Campbell is the suicide prevention manager for Govia Thameslink Railway - the first person to have that title and the only suicide prevention manager for any train company. Laura joins Bryony to talk about how she trains railway staff to carry …
 
SEASON 3!!!! Ruth and Ange are so pleased, excited and buzzing to be back with a brand new season! This week they talk about dating someone who is a plane clapper, there's a very silly chat about the peace sign and they cover sleeping policemen towards the end of the show. There are loads of ways you can get in touch with the girls you can find the…
 
“There are 18 inches between your head and your heart,” David tells us, as he seeks to demystify what it means to be a truly connected brand. A mission-led entrepreneur, David Hieatt is a real visionary with extraordinary business agility. Founder of Howies, The Do Lectures, and Hiut Denim, he encourages all of us to challenge the story of who we a…
 
A story of pure vision, determination, and a passion for fitness has seen the meteoric rise of Joe Wicks, who describes himself as a ‘10 year overnight success story’. TV presenter and author, specialising in cooking and fitness books, Joe started his career as a personal trainer, but he only experienced success when he started posting 15-second re…
 
This week Jarvis, Jo, and Katie talk to Jayn Sterland, Managing Director of Weleda, a holistic, natural beauty cosmetic and pharmaceutical company, and discuss the recent, alarming IPCC report from the United Nations that has been called a 'code red for humanity.' And in relation to Jayn, the panel discuss 'What We Put on Our Bodies' in the latest …
 
The concept of a mid-life crisis has become a funny cliché, and that’s what Christian O’Connell jokingly told people he was having when he left his successful radio career in the UK to start a new life in Australia in 2018. The truth was that he had had what he now recognises as a break down, and needed to find adventure and joy as an adult to reig…
 
The story of Innocent is a phenomenal one - simply built on 3 friends deciding at university they wanted to start a business together allowing them to hang out every day. In this episode, Richard Reed, co-founder of Innocent and now co-founder of Jam Jar reveals that they settled on smoothies as 'the product' on a hangover(!) and the entrepreneuria…
 
A true entrepreneur in the making, Fearne is creating a strong brand from her purpose and passion - building a business doing exactly what she loves. In this episode, Holly and Fearne discuss the difficult transition from taking the leap into starting her own business, the juggle as a working mum, to navigating social media as well as the solace sh…
 
Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, also known as The Black Farmer, is someone who has always followed his own path. After arriving from Jamaica at the age of 3, growing up in a terrace house in Birmingham, and being diagnosed as dyslexic - it might have seemed like the odds were stacked against Wilfred. But a single dream as a young boy, of one day, owning hi…
 
Julie Deane was Holly’s first ever guest and a truly inspirational way to kick off the collection. Charting the rollercoaster ride that was the meteoric rise of the Cambridge Satchel Company, over the course of their conversation, Holly & Julie talked about the importance of a supportive family and what motivated Julie to start her business. They a…
 
Jarvis, Jo, and Katie are joined by Bevis Watts, CEO of Triodos, the sustainable bank that is a pioneer in using finance to invest in projects that are good for people and the planet. They also talk about recent examples of extreme weather and the 'Hydrogen Olympics' in Tokyo. In 'Let's Talk About Six', six easy steps you can take to lead a sustain…
 
This is it, we have officially come to the end of Finding the Funny Season 2! It's been a blast, we have loved all the guests we have had, all the laughs we have created and all topics tackled in the Don't Go There Sections. THANK YOU for all joining us on this incredible journey, we are so excited about Season 3. Have a great Summer everyone. Ruth…
 
This week Holly speaks with singer, TV presenter, and female founder Rochelle Humes. A woman of many talents, Rochelle Humes’ journey into the public eye started when she joined the British pop band, S Club Juniors, aged just 12, and would set her on the path towards creating a life she loves. This episode follows Rochelle’s journey, from the early…
 
Climate change will cause the biggest mass migration in history. Filmmakers and storytellers Jack Harries, Finn Harries, and Alice Aedy have founded creative studio earthrise to document the human stories of those on the climate front lines. They believe in progress, not perfection, and hope the stories they tell will encourage action through inspi…
 
In this episode, Holly talks with Charlie Bigham, founder of Charlie Bigham’s ready meals. A brand name synonymous with ‘home cooking’, this episode goes behind the brand name to meet the founder himself. Charlie’s story is a fascinating one, after taking an industry by storm, he used his commitment and vision to not only challenge the status quo o…
 
This is the final episode of season 2 and what a season it has been! The next 2 weeks will be our best bits! Anyway, back to this week, Ruth has a croaky voice from too much shouting, Ange tells a funny story about the Semi Finals at Wembley. There is a brilliant dickish behaviour about people who think their kids are angels and Ruth shares some in…
 
A lifelong obsession was ignited when Neal Whittington was given a £7 WHSmith voucher as a child. Neal has since gone on to carve his own niche in stationery with his brand ‘Present and Correct’ and amassed legions of fans with his beautifully curated collections, mixing vintage with new, tapping into our nostalgia and our own ‘human-ness’ to conne…
 
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