The Friendship File

A weekly podcast
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Do you ever wonder how your friends really see you? What would life be like if they weren't around? Parents, partners, children all come and go, but our friends stay - witnesses, cheerleaders, therapists, playmates. Each friendship is unique. But what makes it work? Two friends answer 17 questions about each other - on their own and without conferring. Each episode is a combination of those answers, flipping open the blueprint of one of the world's most valuable things - a friendship.

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LOVE this podcast - My weekly fix of the joy, humour, warmth and outrageous stories that come from long friendships. Emma Freud and Richard Coles is special @jaynemorgan @emmafreud #jaynemorgan #emmafreud
This is an absolutely wonderful podcast. Somehow people whose friendships have almost been taken for granted open up in front of each other and express what they really think. It leads them to understand how deep and how important their friendships are. And as the listener, you are drawn in and you see how complicated all relationships are, even the best ones. I really love this podcast and I hope it carries on and on.

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Podcast Details

Podcast Status
Jul 24th, 2020
Latest Episode
Mar 25th, 2021
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
19 minutes

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