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Conversations with women and non-binary writers every other Wednesday, hosted and produced by Jessica Holland

Latest Episodes

Roop Gill

“Even though I had two journalism degrees, I just started thinking, ‘How can I get all the tools in my toolbox?’” Roop Gill is Editorial Programme Manager at the Culture Trip, and has previously worked for a mobile news app, a social-media startup, and a Bitcoin website. She runs a travel blog at roopgill.com and has an MA in financial journalism. We talked about creating a diverse career path, dealing with tech addiction, and how to figure out your professional superpower.

40 MIN2018 MAR 28
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Liv Wynter

Liv Wynter is an artist, performer and activist who lives in Southeast London. At poetry nights, rap battles and art galleries, she has performed works that are tender and powerful, often dealing with surviving trauma. She recently resigned as artist-in-residence at the Tate due to remarks on sexual harrassment by the Tate’s director, and what she called “invisible inequalities of the institution.” www.livwynterartist.co.uk

53 MIN2018 MAR 14
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Liv Wynter

Lauren Razavi

“I think one of the things that journalism has suffered most from over the last decade is the lack of innovative business minds actually staying in the industry. It’s not like I want to get rich, but I want to make a living. And you’ve got to be a hustler to do that.” This week’s guest is Lauren Razavi, a 25-year-old freelance journalist, managing director of the editorial consultancy Flibl and tutor for Guardian Masterclasses.

72 MIN2018 MAR 2
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Lauren Razavi

Beverly Bryan

E“Artists are always making the future. Drawing blueprints and maps of what could be. And also recording history. Pop and rock musicians, hip-hop artists: they are telling stories that might not otherwise get recorded.” Beverly Bryan writes about music scenes across the world, and co-hosts the Latinx music podcast Songmess with fellow NYC journalist Richard Villegas. Her words can be found in Spin, Village Voice, Paste and Remezcla, and she was formerly Editorial Director at MTV World.

34 MIN2018 FEB 14
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Beverly Bryan

Lorna Brown

“Not waiting ’til tomorrow to do what you want to do, not being so afraid that you forget to live while you’re alive, that’s super important.” Lorna Brown travelled the world documenting graffiti-covered buildings for her forthcoming book, Painted Cities. She describes tracking down giant murals in Cairo and figuring out what she needed to be happy while skateboarding in Palestine. Her advice to other creatives: be aware that you can’t fake authenticity, and remember that none of us lives forev

46 MIN2018 JAN 31
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Lorna Brown

Zahra Hankir

Zahra Hankir is a London-based freelance journalist who is currently editing a book of essays by Arab women reporters for Penguin. She also works as a content specialist for Facebook. "When the Arab Spring broke out, so many of my friends were doing such great coverage, Arab women from all around the region. But the people commanding the narrative were Western males. That doesn’t only shape the narrative, I think it distorts the narrative." Hosted and produced by Jessica Holland

62 MIN2018 JAN 17
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Zahra Hankir
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Latest Episodes

Roop Gill

“Even though I had two journalism degrees, I just started thinking, ‘How can I get all the tools in my toolbox?’” Roop Gill is Editorial Programme Manager at the Culture Trip, and has previously worked for a mobile news app, a social-media startup, and a Bitcoin website. She runs a travel blog at roopgill.com and has an MA in financial journalism. We talked about creating a diverse career path, dealing with tech addiction, and how to figure out your professional superpower.

40 MIN2018 MAR 28
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Roop Gill

Liv Wynter

Liv Wynter is an artist, performer and activist who lives in Southeast London. At poetry nights, rap battles and art galleries, she has performed works that are tender and powerful, often dealing with surviving trauma. She recently resigned as artist-in-residence at the Tate due to remarks on sexual harrassment by the Tate’s director, and what she called “invisible inequalities of the institution.” www.livwynterartist.co.uk

53 MIN2018 MAR 14
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Liv Wynter

Lauren Razavi

“I think one of the things that journalism has suffered most from over the last decade is the lack of innovative business minds actually staying in the industry. It’s not like I want to get rich, but I want to make a living. And you’ve got to be a hustler to do that.” This week’s guest is Lauren Razavi, a 25-year-old freelance journalist, managing director of the editorial consultancy Flibl and tutor for Guardian Masterclasses.

72 MIN2018 MAR 2
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Lauren Razavi

Beverly Bryan

E“Artists are always making the future. Drawing blueprints and maps of what could be. And also recording history. Pop and rock musicians, hip-hop artists: they are telling stories that might not otherwise get recorded.” Beverly Bryan writes about music scenes across the world, and co-hosts the Latinx music podcast Songmess with fellow NYC journalist Richard Villegas. Her words can be found in Spin, Village Voice, Paste and Remezcla, and she was formerly Editorial Director at MTV World.

34 MIN2018 FEB 14
Comments
Beverly Bryan

Lorna Brown

“Not waiting ’til tomorrow to do what you want to do, not being so afraid that you forget to live while you’re alive, that’s super important.” Lorna Brown travelled the world documenting graffiti-covered buildings for her forthcoming book, Painted Cities. She describes tracking down giant murals in Cairo and figuring out what she needed to be happy while skateboarding in Palestine. Her advice to other creatives: be aware that you can’t fake authenticity, and remember that none of us lives forev

46 MIN2018 JAN 31
Comments
Lorna Brown

Zahra Hankir

Zahra Hankir is a London-based freelance journalist who is currently editing a book of essays by Arab women reporters for Penguin. She also works as a content specialist for Facebook. "When the Arab Spring broke out, so many of my friends were doing such great coverage, Arab women from all around the region. But the people commanding the narrative were Western males. That doesn’t only shape the narrative, I think it distorts the narrative." Hosted and produced by Jessica Holland

62 MIN2018 JAN 17
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Zahra Hankir
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