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Next Question with Katie Couric is back for a new season! From big names to big minds and big hearts, Katie sits down (virtually) with some interesting and exciting people — experts who are helping us get to a post-COVID world (can you even imagine?!), as well as actors, authors, politicians and creatives who are trying to work, parent, and survive, this pandemic year. We’ll talk about the tough moments and the trauma of it all, but we’ll find some levity and joy, too, as we inch toward the ...
 
How much can really go on in Potomac, Maryland? Actually, quite a lot. On our REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC AFTER SHOW we take you into the exclusive society of socialite Charisse Jackson, model Katie Post, philanthropist Gizelle Bryant and former Miss District of Columbia winner, Ashley Darby. Want to find out more of the latest gossip?Tune in here to get the insider scoop from some of your favorite housewives and crew members on the show.
 
This new limited series podcast, co-hosted by award-winning journalist Katie Couric and Netflix’s CMO Bozoma Saint John, explores the ways thought leaders, CEOs and innovators are responding to the societal shifts that have been ushered in by the coronavirus pandemic. Through lively interviews, Katie and Boz help us understand how this unprecedented moment will shape the future of business, education, travel, sports, pop culture and more. New episodes every Thursday.
 
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This past (very long) year, Dr. Sanjay Gupta has been immersed in all things COVID-19, as CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent reporting on the front lines of this novel virus. “All I think about is COVID,” he told Katie, “Viral transmission, how people evaluate risk, social behavior. There’s no part of our society that hasn’t been touched in some way…
 
Hey peaches! This week I am so excited to be taking to Amanda LaCount! Amanda is a well known hip hop dancer, actress, choreographer, singer, model and influencer. She has been dancing since she was 2 years old. In 2015 she moved from CO to LA to follow her dream of becoming a professional dancer and actress. Some of her most notable performances i…
 
The Oscars are on the horizon and though it’s been a strange year for the movie industry, the race for the golden statue is nothing short of historic. Notably, there is not one but two women nominated for best director: Emerald Fennell, for “Promising Young Woman,” starring Carrie Mulligan, and Chloé Zhao for “Nomadland,” starring Frances McDormand…
 
Luvvie Ajayi Jones is a writer, speaker and author of two New York Times best-selling books, “I’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual” and her latest, “Professional Troublemaker: The Fear-Fighting Manual.” Luvvie’s books are part memoir, part manifestos that, like Luvvie herself, try to help the rest of us do better — for ourselves and for the people…
 
Hey peaches! I am so excited to be back with another episode! This week I am talking to Ashley Peña. Ashley is a trauma informed wellness coach that supports people of all walks of life to lead purposeful and fulfilling lives despite the traumas, trials and tribulations they may have faced along their journeys. She specializes in self love, Reiki a…
 
Kathryn Hahn is an absolute scream, as you may have guessed from watching her in the hit Marvel TV show “WandaVision.” Or maybe you first took notice of her comedy chops in early aught blockbusters like “Step Brothers.” Or perhaps, you knew along given her propensity for all-too-relatable characters in indie films like “Private Life.” However you’v…
 
On this special episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie dives into a subject very close to her heart: colon cancer awareness. After Katie’s first husband Jay died 23 years ago, she’s been a fierce advocate for early screening and regular colonoscopies — she even, you might recall, got one on live TV. There’s a reason Katie goes to such le…
 
Hey peaches! I am so excited to be joined by Chaya Milchtein this week. Chaya is an automotive educator, journalist and founder of Mechanic Shop Femme. She empowers people to do the impossible, be educator car owners without that gatekeeping of car bro culture, and be authentically themselves. Fill out her survey here: https://mechanicshopfemme.com…
 
Twenty-six years ago, Kate Winslet sat down for her first nationally televised, American interview with none other than Katie Couric when she was co-host of the Today Show. Kate was promoting “Sense and Sensibility” and was a nervous wreck. “I was very self-conscious,” she reminisces with Katie. “I remember being physically and just very self consc…
 
Hey peaches!! This week I am so thrilled to be talking to Katelyn of Katleyn Scott Boudoir. Katelyn Scott Boudoir, located in Raleigh NC, is where Katelyn focuses on body liberation, fat activism and body neutrality. Katelyn utilizes the art of boudoir photography to help humans feel at home in their skin. TW: Eating disorders You can connect with …
 
Don Lemon is busy! The CNN Tonight anchor has spent the year guiding and framing the public’s understanding of a deadly pandemic, George Floyd’s death, the presidential election, an insurrection. Somehow, amid all of that, he wrote a book, “This is The Fire: What I Say To My Friends About Racism.” On Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie and Don t…
 
This week Bronte Charlotte chats with actor Alex Donnelly, director & choreographer Miranda Middleton, & producer Ashley Taylor from Salty Theatre’s Voldemort and the Teenage Hogwarts Musical Parody. We delved into the behind the scenes and making of the show, how the three creatives all dealt with the show being postponed several times due to COVI…
 
On this week’s episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie chats to everyone’s favorite pandemic sauce man, Stanley Tucci. They talk about Stanley’s new travel/food series on CNN called “Searching for Italy,” as well as his new movie, “Supernova,” co-starring Colin Firth. They also talk about Stanley’s upcoming new book (“Taste: My Life Throu…
 
Hey peaches! This week I am talking to Bruna Lacerda! Bruna Is a Brazilian fashion photographer and filmmaker based in New York City. She's more known for her work with the Plus Size industry, leading important work that highlights every body, every beauty. She's constantly creating. You can connect with @brunalacerda on Instagram and on her websit…
 
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic. And, after watching the slow tidal wave of infections, deaths, and fear consume most of Asia and Europe, Americans finally felt COVID’s impact at home. This totally unknown, novel virus took root, upending our lives. On this week’s episode of Next Question with Ka…
 
Peaches! We've made it a year!! I am so grateful for this past year and I can't believe we're already here! I love you all so much! I wanted to dedicate this episode to you all so I'm answering your questions! Here's a sneak peak: What is your favorite thing about being a podcast host? How is body neutrality different from body acceptance? What are…
 
In this episode Bronte Charlotte chats to Nick Clark, an ex-actor who made the choice to take a step back from the creative industries and study psychology. Nick speaks on the importance of non-judgment, empathy, different ways of defining yourself, finding joy every single day, and understanding human behaviour and mental health. We delve into the…
 
“You’ll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey,” is the title of the very funny, if completely horrifying, new book by comedian and late-night host Amber Ruffin. The book, which Amber co-wrote with her sister Lacey Lamar, is a collection of essays about all the racist sh*t Lacey has to put up with as a Black woman living and working in Omaha, Nebrask…
 
PEACHES! We’ve made it to 50 FREAKING episodes. Next week it will mark 1 year since starting this podcast and I am BLOWN AWAY. Stay tuned for a very special celebration episode next week. But THIS week, I could not think of a better person to be on Peach, Please’s 50th episode, and that person is Brianna Mcdonnell aka The B Word. Brianna is a perfo…
 
On the first episode of the new season of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie sits down with actor, director, activist Robin Wright who stars in and directs the new movie, Land. Robin plays Edee, a woman experiencing tremendous grief who decides to leave her life in the city to live in a cabin in the wilderness. “It’s about the existence you onc…
 
Hey peaches! This week I'm talking to Caroline Adegun aka The Hollywood Wing Woman Caroline Adegun, also known as the Hollywood Wingwoman, took it upon herself to shape her life according to her chosen path at a young age. After years of working in human resources, Caroline left her career in the corporate scene to start building a non-profit organ…
 
On this bonus episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie shares a timely and important conversation with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan. As a Republican leader in a predominantly blue state, Governor Hogan offers a valuable perspective on how to effectively bridge the partisan divide in our increasingly polarized country. In this wide-ranging…
 
In this episode Bronte Charlotte chats to Lou Wall, multi-award winning comedian, composer and writer. They are the winner of Melbourne Fringe’s Best Cabaret 2020, best Emerging Ensemble 2019, and Best Emerging Artist 2018, and have several nominations to their name. We chat about the power of comedy and Lou’s experience transitioning stage to scre…
 
Next Question with Katie Couric is back with its third season! After taking some podcasting detours to help make sense of an unprecedented 12 months — from the outbreak of COVID-19, to America’s racial reckoning, to the presidential election — Katie returns to her intimate interview podcast with some new questions. Like, how do you create art when …
 
What’s up peaches! This week I am talking to Gianluca Russo. Gianluca is a freelance fashion and culture writer who has been published in Teen Vogue, GQ, Glamour, InStyle, Fashionista, and more. He writes a monthly column for NYLON titled "Plus Us" that explores the many ways the plus-size community is discriminated against in our society today. Hi…
 
Hey peaches!! This week I am talking to Chel! For most of her life, Chel was told that she did not have the looks nor the body type to succeed in the music industry. When her first opportunity came along, she was bullied online, mocked, taken advantage of, and stolen from. Instead of giving up, however, Chel prevailed, and has since become an Indie…
 
In this episode Katie and Michelle chat with Bronte Charlotte about the making of the show Grand Gesture. We delve into the concept, how it all began, different moments in the rehearsal room that built the show, working with Kat Cornwell & Morgan Rose of The People Theatre Company, getting back into performing after the long silence that was Melbou…
 
Hey peaches! This week I am talking to Matt Sayles. Matt is a portrait and commercial photographer and director based in Los Angeles. Matt focuses his work on creating images that reflect a more inclusive image of beauty and highlighting stories of underrepresented people and communities. Matt is a graduate of Stanford University and the UCLA Ander…
 
Next Question with Katie Couric is gearing up for its third season, launching Feb. 25, 2021. In the meantime, Katie shares a really important and fascinating conversation she had this week. The 92nd Street Y invited Katie to moderate a talk with the founders of the Lincoln Project, the Super PAC started by former Republicans who wanted to defeat Do…
 
In this episode Bronte Charlotte is joined by the incomparable Leith McPherson, a world-renowned voice and dialect coach, acting teacher, and sometimes-director. During this discussion we delve into Leith’s history training as an actor and moving to London to study her Postgraduate degree in Voice at Central School of Speech and Drama. We chat abou…
 
Hey peaches! This week I am having a great conversation with Janine Morris. Janine is a somatic therapist in Santa Rosa, California who focuses on Health at every size, helping people to find joy in their bodies, and fat liberation. You can connect with Janine on her website www.somatictherapysantarosa.com or via Instagram @bayareasomaticpsychother…
 
Hey peaches! This is a solo episode that felt important for me to share, so I decided to record a 1:1 solo episode. Just you and me chatting! On this episode I'm sharing the realities of being on this journey to build a peaceful and loving relationship with my body. Long ramble short, it's a journey and not at all a destination. You can find The Bo…
 
Hey peaches! This week I am talking to Carly Joy. Carly is a therapist, writer, and artist living in San Diego, who is passionate about normalizing the topic of mental illness and mental health struggles. You can find her writing, focused primarily on social justice, self-love, and mental health, at balancewithoutscales.blog and when this quarantin…
 
In this episode Olivia Satchell and Bronte Charlotte chat about developing work from the ground up, arts fundraising,community development, the impact of theatre, and aligning your values with your collaborators. We delve into the Grief Trilogy, a trio of shows exploring vertical time, the relationships between women, and how these women can be cha…
 
Happy New Years Peaches!! We made it to 2021! This week I am talking to Rachel Windley Speckman. Rachel became a Zumba instructor in 2018 and started working at Weber State University in Ogden Utah. Rachel found her love for building the confidence and self love of her students. She got a scholarship from Weber State and was able to get certified t…
 
In this episode Emily Goddard and Bronte Charlotte chat openly and honestly about the ups and downs of being actors, theatre makers, and generally empathetic humans. Emily talks about her life changing experience training overseas in Paris at Ecole Philippe Gaulier, discovering the joy in theatre, learning the multi-faceted Clown, creating her one …
 
What’s up peaches and welcome to another episode of the Peach, Please! Podcast, the podcast dedicated to amplifying and spotlighting voices and experiences from within the plus size community. This week I am talking to Leah Sullivan and Delaney Drexler of Peachy Keen Swim. After years of being fed up with the lack of inclusivity and sustainable pra…
 
In this episode Lucy Ansell and Bronte Charlotte discuss Australia's ongoing racism, colourism and texturism by delving into a piece Lucy wrote for the publication Hair (curated by Sabina McKenna of @whereareyoufrom__) in which she delves into her relationship with her textured hair growing up in predominantly white spaces in Australia. We chat abo…
 
Hey peaches!! This week I have a very important episode for you all! This week I am talking to Malia Anderson and Kathryn Lees about SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. Malia Anderson became a personal wardrobe stylist in 2008 and started her own company, Styled by Malia. Soon after she became a go-to stylist for powerful women in Northern Califor…
 
This series began in the past, to better understand the origin and history of our ongoing fight for voting rights. And as Turnout comes to a close, we consider its future. Where do we go from here? What lessons can we take with us, and what impact might this election have on our ongoing push for a more inclusive democracy and a more perfect union. …
 
What's up peaches! I have some really exciting news!! We have officially hit 10,000 downloads! WHAT!!! I am still processing how amazing that is and I could not have done it without you all! I love you! Adding to my list of TikTok faves appearing on the Peach, Please! Podcast, I am talking to Alysia Cole this week. Alysia is a professional bridal s…
 
In this episode Rebekah Hill and Bronte Charlotte chat about specificity in your knowledge, choices, likes, and dislikes, which enables you to create relationships with people in your life, and even the characters you play, that are very clear and no-bullshit. We delve into the clarity of Bec’s choices and how they’ve led her to leading a life in c…
 
Alright peaches I've got another good one for you this week!! This week I am talking to one of my favorite TikTokers, Hannah Fuhlendorf aka Hannahtalksbodies. Hannah is a professional counselor, personal coach, and public speaker who specializes in the areas of social justice, fat liberation, and Health at Every Size. She has worked professionally …
 
For the last nine months, as the coronavirus swept across the world, devastating so many lives in its wake, scientists have been working around the clock to develop a safe and effective vaccine in record time. And now the results from all of that hard work are starting to come in and it’s good news. Like, really good news. On this bonus episode of …
 
You’ve no doubt heard that the 2020 election welcomed historic turnout. But what do those high numbers of voters mean for our democracy, for future elections, and for the warring political parties as they conduct their post-mortems? On this episode of Turnout with Katie Couric, we hear from a data journalist who is starting to comb through the numb…
 
Hey peaches! Welcome to another episode of the Peach, Please! Podcast! This week I am talking to Maura Cosgrove, the founder of Ethical Bodies. Maura believes getting dressed should be FUN! Her life-long love of thrifting has recently evolved into an Instagram shop called Ethical Bodies, where she curates vintage + modern threads specifically for p…
 
All eyes are on Georgia this week as it wraps up its manual recount of nearly 5 million ballots. On Friday, November 13, when the recount began, several news outlets had declared Joe Biden the state’s winner. If that still holds when the recount is complete, Biden will be the first Democratic presidential candidate to win Georgia since 1992. If tha…
 
On this episode of Turnout with Katie Couric, Katie shares her hopes and the need for open-mindedness as the country welcomes in the next administration. Then, we check in with some of our previous guests to get a temperature check on the country’s democracy now that the 2020 pandemic election is (almost) behind us. Jesse Littlewood from Common Cau…
 
What’s up peaches and welcome to another episode of the Peach, Please! Podcast! This is a special week because it's my birthday week! And in order to celebrate, I am sharing a conversation with a dear friend of mine, Naseem Zamani. Nas is an honest, straight shooter who has experienced drastic transformations physically, mentally, emotionally and s…
 
We are finally on the other side of the 2020 presidential election and it was — as promised — unprecedented. And a big part of that is because of you! Voters from all over the country came out (and mailed in ballots) in record numbers. 2020 is projected to have the highest turnout rate of eligible voters in more than a century. In this episode of T…
 
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