The Guilty Feminist crossover podcast season

Since 2016, comedian Deborah Frances-White has been presenting The Guilty Feminist podcast, exploring the gap between what modern feminists think they should be doing, thinking and achieving and the paradoxes and insecurities which sometimes undermine those lofty goals.

Doing the podcast she’s met some other wonderful podcasters who have their own fascinating, hilarious, individual and specific take on the world. This season is a chance to bring together some podcasters who would never normally share a stage, merge two different formats and see what we get.

These six podcasts were released on our feed every Wednesday starting on 11 September. Here’s the complete line-up.

The Guilty Bugle

Andy Zaltzman, Alice Fraser, Deborah Frances-White and producer Chris present The Guilty Bugle – audio newspaper for a patriarchal world.

Published: 11 September 2019.

No Such Thing as a Guilty Feminist

Dan Schreiber, Anna Ptaszynski, Andrew Hunter-Murray, James Harkin, Athena Kugblenu and Deborah Frances-White share their favourite feminist facts.

Released: 18 September 2019.

All Killa No Feminism

Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Rachel Fairburn and Deborah Frances-White explore feminist murder.

Released: 25 September 2019.

The Hungry Feminist

Jessica Fostekew, Devinia Noel and Deborah Frances-White hoovering up layer cake, diet myths and chicken dinners.

Released: 2 October 2019.

RHLSTPGF

Richard Herring and Deborah Frances-White welcome Siobhan McSweeney to discuss acting, feminism, football and sex robots.

Released: 9 October 2019.

Drunk Guilty Feminists Solving Crime

Hannah George, Catie Wilkins, Taylor Glenn, Sindhu Vee and Deborah Frances-White try to solve crimes with prosecco.

Released: 16 October 2019.

Latest episode

257. Confrontation with Catherine Bohart and Ashnikko

Published: 7 June 2021

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Next live show

Kings Place, Tuesday 22 June – live or online

Back at our regular London home of Kings Place we'll be recording the podcast live in front of a real (socially-distances) audience and you can join us in person or online.

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