183: Motherhood, drugs, Buddhism and Star Wars with Tanya Moodie

Released Tuesday, 4th August 2020
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Our guest for this episode is the amazing actor Tanya Moodie! She tells us about her starring role in the hit sitcom Motherland, and that time she was in Star Wars. 

We discuss Tanya's experience of being a black mum, and why it's important to find your tribe. She gives us some tips on surviving the transition to secondary school, and Helen tells the worst celebrity anecdote of all time. 

Things get pretty deep as we talk about everything from Buddhism and the Black Lives Matter movement to seeing the potential in Donald Trump. But as always, we wind up with some brilliantly daft Scummy Mummy Confessions. 

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Thank you for listening!

Do follow Tanya on Twitter @tanyamoodie, and Instagram @tanyagracemoodie. Her dog's Insta is @bellaminibully.

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Length
56m 1s
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Yes
Episode Type
Full

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