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But Why?

Clemmie Telford
ParentingMental HealthKids & FamilyHealth & Fitness

Influencer, mum and curator of the Mother of All Lists blog Clemmie Telford attempts to get to the bottom of some of life's trickiest questions by having honest conversations with an array of guests from all walks of life. Series one featured Matt Haig, Caitlin Moran, Bryony Gordon, the Holistic Psychologist Dr Nicole LePera, and many more. Series two includes, among others, Jess Ennis-Hill, Helen Thorn, Giovanna Fletcher, Vex King and Gemma Styles. Find Clemmie on social media @clemmie_telford on Twitter or Instagram and get in touch @


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Latest Episodes

This week Clemmie chats to journalist and author Natasha Lunn about all things LOVE. The pair discuss: What her biggest learning about love has been? How to find love? The importance of platonic love. What's the main reason love fails? How the idea s... more

a month ago

This week Clemmie chats to a dispute resolution professional and lecturer from School of Life Tracey Fox. The pair discuss: What we mean by ‘conflict’. Different conflict styles. How do our experiences shape our conflict style? What makes conflict es... more

a month ago

This week Clemmie chats to registered Clinical Psychologist and Sunday Times Bestselling author Dr Sophie Mort about what it is to be human. The pair discuss: why addictions aren't simply bad habits how focusing on some of the smaller tasks in life c... more

2 months ago


4.4 out of 5 stars from 170 ratings
  • Such an eye opener

    When I thought I knew a bit about certain things but Clemmie, time and time again you help to open my mind further and educate me. The endo episode blew my mind. I didn’t realise it was found in all organs. I knew that it was an awful chronic illness and have a friend who suffers but have been so ignorant to her suffering. I should have asked more questions. Thank you for educating me each week with your series. And thank you Emma for sharing your story.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • Huffing

    The huffing and puffing when people are talking is so weird stop it. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • Recording / sound is awful,

    Interesting podcast, great conversations, but the sound and recording is absolutely awful, unpleasant to listen.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • Fab topics : dreadful sound quality

    I love listening to a Clemmie and her guests but the sound quality has made me turn off more than once . I don’t want to give up as there are lots of important topics here but it’s so distracting I often can’t concentrate on the thread of conversation

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom4 months ago
  • Great topics but bad sound quality

    I love the topics and guests but there is something off about the sound quality of these podcasts - the host’s voice is really loud but you can barely hear the guest (particularly the We Need To Talk About Money podcast)

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom6 months ago

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