Tea With Alice

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Richard Makim on his little experimental farm, soil regeneration and saving the world, piece by practical piece.
George Dimarelos on class, communism, argumentation and emotion. Find George on social media at @georgewhatup
Hugh Mackay is a family friend, he's also the founder of the Australian quarterly research series The Mackay Report 1979-2003, which later became The Ipsos Mackay Report. He is a psychologist, social researcher and writer. He was a weekly newspaper columnist for 25 years and is generally a social commentator and extremely thoughtful guy. I really enjoyed having the opporunity to chat with him, as he releases a pair of books together, both about love. We had a fascinating and wide ranging chat that covered duty, society, love, age, kindness and perspective. I hope you enjoy listening to it! You can find his books and website here: hughmackay.net.au
Spaceacre is a duo of musicians, locked down in the south of France, making an album in the midst of the world collapsing. What does that feel like? We discuss over tea.
The anniversary of Lucy Fraser's death was 12 October. I uploaded this podcast I did with her in the final year of her life
Laura Davis is a friend of the show, and one of my favourite people in the whole world. We talk over LOTS of tea about her new bus show, and the horrible little mince man found art who is the unexpected avatar of 2020.
David Rose is a comedian and documentarian, talking with me about his ancestor, a Jewish comedian who played a caricature jew. We discuss offense, progress, context, hate speech and the function of minorities mocking themselves. Find David on twitter and instagram at @davidrosecomedy
Mitch Alexander of Not Good Enough talks about revolution, landlords and capitalism. Find him online at @notgoodpod
A time travel episode with the wonderful Ash Fontana - Angel Investor and all round business wizard, talks to me over mint tea. Before the pandemic! How much to struggle, and how not to get caught up in questioning big life choices. Intellectual Honesty. Community. Ambition. Competency. Success. Find Ash at @ashfontana on instagram and twitter
Tegan Higginbotham is a writer, presenter, comedian and friend of the podcast. We talked genre fiction and the chilling effect of online discourse. @teganmh
Gary Anderson is an LA based comedian and friend - we talk about the politics of parenting, race and conservative commentary.
Sami Shah, author, broadcaster and comedian, talks about the problem with getting the dream job, what he wants to say and what it's like getting hate mail from white supremacists AND the Taliban.
Mike Schmidt is an old friend from America, and living in the midst of the chaos there. We talked about news, standup, riots, racism and failure.
Chris Mancini is a friend of the podcast, and there's one day left on his new kickstarter. We talked about failure, storytelling, fantasy and starting businesses in a pandemic.
Nato Green is a Union Organiser, comedian and Bugle Cohost. I spoke to him about people power, his drink cart aesthetic, and whether the world can really be changed.
Corey Tutt is a scientist, Kamilaroi man and I spoke to him about the things he wrestles with as a scientist, as an indigenous Australian and some of the difficult things that brought him to the decision to create DeadlyScience, an initiative that provides science books and early reading material to remote schools in Australia. Corey's the 2020 NSW Young Australian of the Year, which is pretty fancy, but we had a lovely chat.
I spoke to NASA scientist, Vulcanologist and Science Educator, Emma Gatti about science, communication, Italy and Mona Lisa Bytes. Find Emma's new project at monalisabytes.com
I spoke to Neil Gaiman on my instagram live about the release of Savage on Amazon Prime.
Maddie King is a bright and gorgeous 19 year old student, who was looking forward to coming out of her cancer treatment into a world where she could go out with friends again. We talk over extremely pretentious teas about priorities, self worth and growth. Find Maddie on instagram @mxddieking
Alice and Henry sit together in London and talk about ideas. The first of a two part Tea With Alice and Man-Mum crossover.
Charlie George sits in my flat and chats about bodies, education, culture and being a brown working class woman writing smart stuff.
Laura Davis sits with Alice in her flat and discusses work, home and travel over tea and doughnuts.
Alice's twin, Dr Henry Fraser in the first of a two part crossover episode with his podcast The Man Mum Podcast. Listen to the first half here, go download the second half on his feed where it starts to get messy.
World champion powerlifter and comedian, Aaron Simmonds sits with me in my flat in London over a Hot Ribena (!) and talks international sporting achievement, the ups and downs of the nickname 'hot-wheels', pride and being able to queue jump in his wheelchair. Find Aaron Simmonds online on twitter at @rollingcomedian
Alison Spittle, Irish playwright, tv writer and comedian talks about giving up on cancel culture, the utility of rage and how unusual it is to have a proper discussion with someone you agree with these days.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Alice Fraser
Podcast Status
Jan 1st, 2014
Latest Episode
Dec 22nd, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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