Clemmie Telford sets about unpicking tricky topics via honest conversations with an array of guests from all walks of life. Guests have included: Matt Haig, Caitlin Moran, Bryony Gordon, the Holistic Psychologist, Jess Ennis-Hill, Helen Thorn, Giovanna Fletcher, s, Davina McCall, Will Young, Natalie Lee, Emma Gannon, Anna Mathur, Poorna Bell and Julia Samuel plus many more. Find us on @butwhypodcast on Instagram and get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
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I love the pod I’ve learned so much. I spent a 3 hour car just listening to part 1 and 2 of the David Wilson on (really sorry the titles so long I forgot it) But Clemmie PLEASE stop doing the huge breathing in I’m literally listening to a pod right now and you just did it I can’t hear what they say.
I always get excited when a new episode comes out as they are all so varied and so interesting. The latest episode on county lines was absolutely amazing and Danielle is such a courageous, inspirational woman! I’ve just read Top Girl after hearing her speak and it was as gripping as Clemmie said! Keep up the good work, very episode is brilliant and thank you for keep me entertained and educated!
Make time for these. Stunning stories that you need to hear, Clemmie’s kind and human questions bring the important questions out to tell stories that have made a huge impact positive impact. Listen listen listen 🙌🏼
Some interesting topics discussed here and a diverse range of guests, however the sound quality is poor it sometimes sounds as if the speakers are under water. Also, Clemmie seems like a nice lady but her interview skills leave a lot left to be desired- there is lack of flow and can be very awkward to listen to at times
Great podcast, interesting guest and topics, but hugely put off by sound quality.
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