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6. Elizabeth Hurley, Breast Cancer Awareness, Royals & Winter
The actress, entrepreneur, and sexiest-voiced person alive Elizabeth Hurley enters the GLAMOUR podcupboard to talk about Breast Cancer Awareness month. With Editor-in-Chief Jo Elvin off at Fashion Week, another familiar voice from the podcast takes the reins: Associate Editor James Williams. Social Media Editor Kat Brown and Deputy Editor Lindsay Frankel join them to talk about the importance of learning how your breasts change through the month (boys included!) and how to keep an eye on what they're up to. Plus, why we can't get enough of the Royal Family, and how soon is too soon to build a fort out of mulled wine and jumpers and pledge allegiance to all things winter. Music by Martin Austwick and edited by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
7. Louise Pentland, Social Media, Fashion & Prudishness
Happy podcast day! Jo is joined by Louise Pentland: the vlogging and blogging superstar behind Sprinkle of Glitter. Deputy Features Editor Lisa Harvey and Junior Beauty Writer Rebecca Fearn join Louise and Jo in the podcupboard to talk about not getting involved in social media; shamelessly loving fashion; and X-rating it up with talk about being prudish. Plus Louise tells us the joys of "fleshy square pants", and what it's like to move her extremely popular YouTube channel away from its tween-friendly feel to something that feels more authentic to her as an adult. Music by Martin Austwick and edited by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Lydia Wilson, superstitions when flying, ‘ladies’ and meeting your heroes
Star of Requiem, Ripper St, Star Trek and more Lydia Wilson is here!Jo, James and Lydia areThey’re chatting about her brand new show Flack, airplane superstitions, the word lady and the fear of meeting your heroes.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Sara Pascoe, buskers, vegan dessert and boring post
Joining Jo, James and pod-dog Bingley (although he isn’t too fussed) this week is Sara Pascoe!The trio discuss her show Lads, Lads, Lads plus giving money to buskers, binging on vegan desserts and hating getting letters.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Liz Earle, retiring early, litterbugs and paying for roast dinners
It’s our birthday! And what better way to celebrate than with the wonderful Liz Earle. Jo, James and Liz celebrate the year by discussing the prospect of retiring early, their disdain for litterers and reluctance to pay for a roast dinnerJoin in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Camilla Kerslake and Chris Robshaw, people who forget names, moving to the country and Pointless
In the podcupbaord this week it’s our very first couple - superstars in their respective fields Camilla Kerslake and Chris Robshaw!They discuss people who forget who you are, having no desire to move to the country and Pointless.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rosemary Ferguson, team-building exercises, screen time and never reading instruction manuals
This week nutritionist and author Rosemary Ferguson joins Jo and James on the podcast!On the agenda this episode: eating better, team-building exercises and never reading instruction manuals.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Alfie Deyes, asking the same questions, loyalty cards and worrying about everything
Youtube sensation, entrepreneur and content creator extraordinaire Alfie Deyes joins Jo, James and Bingley to chat!On the menu this week, the life of a YouTuber, having limited small talk, loyalty cards and worrying Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Susanna Reid, rating your own feeds, cutting back on booze and social anxiety
Our favourite half of the Good Morning Britain team, Strictly Come Dancing alumni and all round wonderful human Susanna Reid joins Jo and James on the podcast this week.They talk about the origins of names, conquering daytime television, rating your own social media posts and cutting back on booze.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Andrea Mclean, making plans you know you’ll cancel and aching all over
Loose woman, author and tv presenter Andrea Mclean joins Jo and James today!She talks about the early days of her career, her hysterectomy, cancelling plans and aches and pains.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Emma Willis, not caring about trailers, Groundhog Day Ocado deliveries and not being sure about jazz
The ever-wonderful Emma Willis joins us in the pod cupboard to talk about her new collection at Next, ignoring trailers at the cinema, ordering the same things over and over and hating jazz musicJoin in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Marcus Wareing, not having a starter, social media ruts and mourning clothes
Chef, TV star and author Marcus Wareing is with us this week!They chat his new book, avoiding starters, getting in a social media rut and mourning lost clothes.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Mollie King, air kissing, stern parents and the same holiday forever
Radio One’s very own weekend breakfast superstar and former Saturday Mollie King joins Jo and James this week.They discuss made up games, the etiquette of air kissing, straight-talking parents and taking the same holiday forever and ever.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 |  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Tina Daheley, Snooze Buttons, Forward Planning & Joining In
The broadcaster and journalist and, as Jo calls her, “busiest b***h at the BBC”, Tina Daheley, surfaces after 10 years of presenting breakfast news for BBC Radio 1, BBC 1Xtra, and other channels. She takes a breather in the podcupboard with Jo and James to compare notes on covering this year’s Royal Wedding, not missing a single breakfast show (despite some very close shaves after team nights out), and moonlighting on the News at Ten and encountering Huw Edwards. And a podcupboard crush is revealed on the very same charming Welsh newsreader! And of course, there are some vital topics to discuss: so is it just Tina who’s addicted to the snooze button? Is it just James who’s not great at forward planning? And is it just Jo who’s not a “joiner-inner”? This week's episode was recorded on July 31 by James Williams. It was edited by Kat Brown, with music by Martin Austwick. Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us onTwitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | @katbrown | @TinaDaheley and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | @katbrown82 | @TinaDaheley And thank you for listening! We'd love it if you rated and reviewed us on iTunes as it helps other people to find our show. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rachel Khoo, Bananas,  Familiar Faces & Home Cities
The British-Malaysian-Austrian chef Rachel Khoo came to fame in the UK through her brilliant 2012 TV series The Little Paris Kitchen, but by then she had already published two cookbooks in France, where she had been living since deciding to up sticks from London and retrain as a patisserie chef. Her sixth cookbook, The Little Swedish Kitchen, is inspired by her new home country, which she moved to in 2016 with her Swedish husband – they welcomed a son last year. Rachel joins Jo and James to talk about life in Sweden; picking up languages like most people pick up holiday photos; her IIJM-approved chocolate mousse recipe; art student haircuts, and being mistaken for Emilia Clarke in Game of Thrones. And of course, there are some vital topics to discuss: so is it just Jo who would outlaw bananas? Is it just James who gets told “You look really familiar!”? And is it just Rachel who feels as though she doesn’t have a home city? This week's episode was recorded on July 23. It was edited by Kat Brown, with music by Martin Austwick. Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your “is it just me?” thoughts on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | @katbrown | @rkhooks and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | @katbrown82 | @rachelkhooks And thank you for listening! We'd love it if you rated and reviewed us on iTunes as it helps other people to find our show. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Luke Evans, Random Crying, Cartoons & FaceTime Anxiety
The Taffia is in town! James is joined by his lifelong friend - and fellow Welshman - Luke Evans, who’s managed to peel himself away from watching his brand new Netflix show, The Alienist, to come and chat all sorts of nonsense in the podcupboard with Jo and James.So then: is it just Jo who just seems to be crying at the drop of the hat? Is it just Luke who prefers to watch animated shows when he's got five minutes' downtime? And is it just James who's developing "FaceTime anxiety"? Plus, Luke shares his tips for perfect FaceTime lighting, talks about being everyone’s favourite villain in Beauty and the Beast, and absolutely nobody can pronounce names properly this week, so that’s nice.This week's episode was edited by Kat Brown, with music by Martin Austwick. The Alienist is on Netflix UK from April 19.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your IIJM's on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and find us on Twitter... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | @katbrown | @TheRealLukevans and on Instagram... @jo_elvin | @JamesConradW12 | @katbrown82 | @thereallukeevansAnd thank you for listening! We'd love it if you rated and reviewed us on iTunes as it helps other people to find our show. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Trinny Woodall, Uniforms, Phone Calls & Train Makeup
The multitasking goddess that is Trinny Woodall joins Jo and James for this week's podcast: having built up a huge social media following for her outfit and makeup trials, Trinny is soon launching her own show on Facebook Watch (fans of What Not To Wear, take note!), and of course, there's Trinny London, the makeup range she launched in October.Is it just James who has a work uniform? Is it just Trinny who only gets four phone calls a day (and all from her daughter)? And a listener IIJM: Natalie Adams asks: is it just her who finds it fascinating when people put a full face of makeup on on the train?This week's episode was recorded on March 12. It was edited by Kat Brown, with music by Martin Austwick.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us your IIJM's on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and follow us online:Jo Elvinwww.twitter.com/jo_elvinwww.instagram.com/jo_elvinJames Williamswww.twitter.com/JamesConradW12www.instagram.com/jamesconradw12Kat Brownwww.katbrownwrites.comwww.twitter.com/katbrownwww.instagram.com/katbrown82And our special guest, Trinny Woodallwww.facebook.com/TrinnyWoodallwww.instagram.com/trinnywoodallAnd thank you for listening! We'd love it if you rated and reviewed us on iTunes as it helps other people to find our show. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Lulu Guinness, Signature Style, Retirement & Sharing Your Partner's Toothbrush
Happy Galentine's Day you beautiful lot! The legendary designer Lulu Guinness, the woman behind those iconic lip clutches among many other things, joins Jo and James to talk about all things glorious ahead of her first show at London Fashion Week. Lulu tells us what made her decide to join after 28 years; how she developed her own inimitable style and how she balances life with her depression, and the trio discuss three things that have got them asking, "Is it just me?"This week's episode was recorded on February 6 at Lulu Guinness's house. It was edited by Kat Brown, with music by Martin Austwick.Join in the conversation using #isitjustmepodcast, email us on isitjustmepodcast@gmail.com, and follow us online:Jo Elvinwww.twitter.com/jo_elvinwww.instagram.com/jo_elvinJames Williamswww.twitter.com/JamesConradW12www.instagram.com/jamesconradw12Kat Brownwww.katbrownwrites.comwww.twitter.com/katbrownwww.instagram.com/katbrown82And our special guest, Lulu Guinnesswww.twitter.com/luluguinnesswww.instagram.com/lulu_guinnessAnd thank you for listening! We'd love it if you rated and reviewed us on iTunes as it helps other people to find out show. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Sexiest Men Special: Types, Crushes & Illicit Fancies
You've voted in your thousands, and now GLAMOUR's 100 Sexiest Men list is here, along with a special Hey, It's OK... episode. Jo is joined by Junior Beauty Editor Dominique Temple and Managing Editor Lucy Jones to ask hey, is it OK to have a physical "type"? Are guilty crushes a thing? And what about fancying people when you're in a relationship? Episode produced by Kat Brown with music by Martin Austwick. Head to glamour.com today for the full list, and read more in the January issue of GLAMOUR, in stores on Thursday. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
12. Dawn O'Porter, Shower Rituals, Small Annoyances & Bad Haircuts
The author, broadcaster and GLAMOUR columnist Dawn O'Porter joins Jo and Deputy Editor Lindsay Frankel in the podcupboard to talk about her podcast Get It On, first world problems and a world of splendid chat. Plus we ask, hey is it OK: to have an "order of service" for getting ready in the bathroom (or is this just mad?); to get hugely annoyed over tiny things, or to cry over a really bad haircut. Music by Martin Austwick, podcast edited by Kat Brown. Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
19. Bella Younger (Deliciously Stella), Being Single, Nudity & Grudges
On this week's episode, Jo is joined by Bella Younger, the comedian behind the hit wellness parody, Deliciously Stella, and GLAMOUR's social media editor, Kat Brown, to talk about everything that's been rocking the office's world since Christmas. Plus Bella gives Jo some cold and flu remedies the Stella way (at least! A revamp for blue WKD.) They discuss Daisy Buchanan's great new piece in the new issue, My Mission to Love My Body, Bella's forthcoming sitcom and amazing ability to hold zero grudges, and ask: hey, is it OK... to hate being single? To not find nudity empowering? And to hold a grudge? Episode edited by Kat Brown with music by Martin Austwick. Find GLAMOUR on Facebook and Twitter (@glamourmaguk) and on Snapchat and Instagram (glamouruk). For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
59. Emma Freud, Booze Friends, Quitting & Millennials
Emma Freud (and her adorable guinea pig Ron Burgundy) join Jo and Lucy in the GLAMOUR podcupboard to dish the dirt on the Mamma Mia! sequel, what's coming up for Comic Relief, and to have a general chit chat. And as ever, there are three vitally important topics to discuss, just like in a features meeting. So hey, is it OK to have a friend you have nothing in common with unless you're drinking? Is it OK to quit when you're winning? And is it OK to cut millennials some slack – enough of this avocado toast nonsense. Episode produced by Kat Brown, and recorded on September 6, with music by Martin Austwick. Follow the GLAMOUR podcupboard on Twitter: @jo_elvin @emmafreud @LucyJournoJones and @katbrown. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
25. Gemma Cairney, Exes, News & Being Tight
The awesome Gemma Cairney, Radio 1 DJ and agony aunt, and now author of the amazing help guide Open, joins Jo and Lindsay in the podcupboard to talk through all the things that matter, and that really don't. So hey, is it OK... if you're in a loving, committed relationship but still occasionally think about that ex? Is it OK to disengage from world events in a cold turkey way? And it it OK to be tight with money? As ever, tweet us your thoughts at @glamourmaguk using the hashtag #heyitsok. Episode edited by Kat Brown with music by Martin Austwick. Get more Glamour at glamour.com, on Instagram and Snapchat (glamouruk) and on Twitter and Facebook @glamourmaguk) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
23. Fearne Cotton, Red Carpet, Protests & Embarrassment
Jo Elvin is joined by Associate Director James Williams, and GLAMOUR columnist Fearne Cotton stops by to record the podcast approximately three feet along from her own portrait. They talk about Fearne's new book, Happy; her experiences of depression; and what it really takes to talk about your mental health. And this week we ask, hey, is it OK... to watch the red carpet bit of awards shows and only be interested in the frocks (sorry #askhermore)? Is it OK to not join in with activism? And is it OK to still feel utterly mortified about that thing that happened five years ago? Episode edited by Kat Brown with music by Martin Austwick. Get more GLAMOUR at glamour.com, on Instagram and Snapchat (glamouruk) and on Facebook and Twitter (glamourmaguk). For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
28. Caitlin Moran, Talking To Youself, Imposter Syndrome & Neediness
Jo and Kat are joined by Caitlin Moran, author of How To Be A Woman and Moranifesto, co-creator of Raised by Wolves, columnist at The Times, and all-round professional creative badass. In between talking about Caitlin's amazing eyeshadow, it's time to discuss the big and the bad issues of the week. So hey, is it OK to talk to yourself? Is it OK to have imposter syndrome? And if you're feeling a bit low, is it OK to drag compliments out of other people? Episode edited by Kat Brown with music by Martin Austwick. Tweet us at @GlamourMagUK, and find us on Instagram, Facebook & Snapchat by searching Glamour UK. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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Podcast Details
Started
Sep 6th, 2016
Latest Episode
Nov 13th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
157
Avg. Episode Length
36 minutes
Explicit
Yes

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