Press Coverage

Here’s some recent press coverage of The Guilty Feminist podcast

The Economist

Presenters and guests set themselves challenges where they confront these issues head on, with invariably hilarious outcomes.
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Guardian Review

The one-liners bubble along reliably, but it’s when the Guilty Feminists launch into monologues that the podcast reaches new heights.
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Urban List

Comedian Deborah Frances-White was certainly on to something when she created the Guilty Feminist podcast.
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The Sunday Times

Disarming honesty is often at the heart of this new medium where women thrive.
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Mentioned by Gemma Arteton / Guardian

Her new career suits her. What’s the next step? “Do you listen to the Guilty Feminist podcast?” She recommends it, especially the episode where its presenters challenged each other to stop trying to be “likable”.
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The Guardian 50 best podcasts of 2016

Switches from funny to beautifully sad and back again in style…
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On my Radar / Phoebe Waller-Bridge / Guardian

 

Everyone is talking about them talking.
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Review of Edinburgh Fringe live show: Bouquets and Brickbats

As funny, challenging, emotional and demanding as regular listeners will have come to expect.
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Guardian review of episode one

Pure, guilt-free pleasure.
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Review in The Skinny

The kind of stories which emerge are as likely to be heart-rending and personal as they are to be simply hilarious, making this an interesting listen with plenty of unexpected puns from guests and hosts alike.
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