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GrownUpLand

BBC Radio 4

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GrownUpLand
GrownUpLand

GrownUpLand

BBC Radio 4

7
Followers
4
Plays
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If GrownUpLand is a place, then we got a bit lost along the way.

Latest Episodes

43. Hobbies

In a world that wants you to work work work, leisure time can feel elusive. Sophie, Heidi and Ned are joined by journalist and writer Yomi Adegoke to talk about the best ways to revel in precious free time. Sophie talks about the dangers and blessings of monetising your hobby, Ned reveals his inner gaming nerd, Heidi investigates whether procrastination leads to creativity and Steve Ali workshops his refugee CV. Co-created by Deborah Frances-White for The Spontaneity Shop and BBC Radio 4. Produced by Al Riddell. Music by Mark Hodge and Omahrose, produced by Nick Sheldon. Clips: Today (07/03/2016) iPM (25/09/2019) All in the Mind (01/10/2018)

52 MIN15 hours ago
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43. Hobbies

42. Siblings

Siblings, the combination of a best friend and a pain in the neck. Sophie, Heidi and Ned are joined by comedian Olga Koch to talk about the special place brothers and sisters occupy in our lives as best friends, worst enemies and distant acquaintances. Sophie highlights the fun of extended families, Ned brings a brotherly rivalry to the studio, Heidi looks at telepathy in twins, and Steve Ali swings by to talk about his family dynamics after his siblings also became refugees. Co-created by Deborah Frances-White for The Spontaneity Shop and BBC Radio 4. Produced by Al Riddell. Music by Mark Hodge and Omahrose, produced by Nick Sheldon. Clips: One to One (06/01/2018) Shared Experience (02/01/2017) Bringing Up Britain (25/01/2014)

44 MIN1 weeks ago
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42. Siblings

41. Beginnings

New series, new voices: As GrownUpLand makes a new beginning, the gang explores the idea of starting points, debuts and second chances. Sophie, Heidi and Ned are joined by comedian Sarah Keyworth to talk about everything from the early beginnings of humanity to coming out for the first time. Sophie relives how her career got kick-started, Ned decides to become an influencer, Heidi looks at the 'second chance effect', and Steve Ali stresses the importance of claiming a shelf in the fridge. Co-created by Deborah Frances-White for The Spontaneity Shop and BBC Radio 4. Produced by Al Riddell. Music by Mark Hodge and Omahrose, produced by Nick Sheldon. Clips: You & Yours (12/07/2018) Living With The Gods (23/10/2017) Woman's Hour (20/03/2019)

46 MIN2 weeks ago
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41. Beginnings

Latest Episodes

43. Hobbies

In a world that wants you to work work work, leisure time can feel elusive. Sophie, Heidi and Ned are joined by journalist and writer Yomi Adegoke to talk about the best ways to revel in precious free time. Sophie talks about the dangers and blessings of monetising your hobby, Ned reveals his inner gaming nerd, Heidi investigates whether procrastination leads to creativity and Steve Ali workshops his refugee CV. Co-created by Deborah Frances-White for The Spontaneity Shop and BBC Radio 4. Produced by Al Riddell. Music by Mark Hodge and Omahrose, produced by Nick Sheldon. Clips: Today (07/03/2016) iPM (25/09/2019) All in the Mind (01/10/2018)

52 MIN15 hours ago
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43. Hobbies

42. Siblings

Siblings, the combination of a best friend and a pain in the neck. Sophie, Heidi and Ned are joined by comedian Olga Koch to talk about the special place brothers and sisters occupy in our lives as best friends, worst enemies and distant acquaintances. Sophie highlights the fun of extended families, Ned brings a brotherly rivalry to the studio, Heidi looks at telepathy in twins, and Steve Ali swings by to talk about his family dynamics after his siblings also became refugees. Co-created by Deborah Frances-White for The Spontaneity Shop and BBC Radio 4. Produced by Al Riddell. Music by Mark Hodge and Omahrose, produced by Nick Sheldon. Clips: One to One (06/01/2018) Shared Experience (02/01/2017) Bringing Up Britain (25/01/2014)

44 MIN1 weeks ago
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42. Siblings

41. Beginnings

New series, new voices: As GrownUpLand makes a new beginning, the gang explores the idea of starting points, debuts and second chances. Sophie, Heidi and Ned are joined by comedian Sarah Keyworth to talk about everything from the early beginnings of humanity to coming out for the first time. Sophie relives how her career got kick-started, Ned decides to become an influencer, Heidi looks at the 'second chance effect', and Steve Ali stresses the importance of claiming a shelf in the fridge. Co-created by Deborah Frances-White for The Spontaneity Shop and BBC Radio 4. Produced by Al Riddell. Music by Mark Hodge and Omahrose, produced by Nick Sheldon. Clips: You & Yours (12/07/2018) Living With The Gods (23/10/2017) Woman's Hour (20/03/2019)

46 MIN2 weeks ago
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41. Beginnings

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