RUSS KANE – IN CONVERSATION WITH... This is a show that attempts to wade through the uncharted, often turbulent, waters of what it’s like to be male in 2018. The theme is to see how we, as a male, can give more support, understanding and encouragement in this complex thing we call life – to get a clearer picture, from a female perspective, for the men of the world . It will be funny, sad, inspiring, uplifting and every emotion in between. In a series of one-to-one shows, Russ’s guests will talk openly and frankly. How do women see us? What obstacles have they encountered? It may well be controversial as Russ explores the good, the bad and the downright ugly. Informative, intimate, inspiring and, above all, highly entertaining. Russ will be the first man on a women’s radio station – as the Chinese say, ‘we live in interesting times’.
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Sara Griffiths is an actress, presenter and founder of The Universal Soul Company. She is passionate about empowering people & sharing the experience of being human.
Presenter and Jazz Singer Misty Lee Brown (or rather, Shola Adewusi) is also a professional actress, appearing in BAFTA-winning features Chewing Gum and Damilola: Our Beloved Boy. More recently, she can be seen in Paddington 2, Dustin Hoffman’s Quartet, and alongside Idris Elba in the 1980’s Sky comedy In The Long Run
Since trying my hand at student radio while a postgraduate in North Wales in 2010, I have never been off the air. I started off presenting music programmes and later turned my hand to news and current affairs programming. I have interviewed bands such as Space, Wheatus (many times) and Turin Brakes. My background in modern languages educated me well about the European Union and I have interviewed ambassadors, MPs and MEPs while the issue is so relevant. I have a background in translation and have produced content for French-language radio programmes
Natalie is a Musical Theatre actress with a passion for people. Natalie finds nothing more exciting than learning about new people - she even talks to people on the tube (Yes she is northern).
Solo Ventures With Vicky Brought up in the Middle East, Vicky is open to new cultures and experiences which is highlighted consistently throughout her work and her personal life. With a background shaped in the creative arts, Vicky continued her passion for communication and story telling through numerous radio presenter and producer roles with Eagle […]
Emma-Louise is a Londoner who spends most of her time finding and dancing to new music. She loves a good festival, gig or a night out - but is also just as happy discovering new artists online from her sofa. Emma-Louise works at Radio 1 and 1Xtra on some of their biggest music shows and helping run their events. She can also be found singing in choirs and performing as part of a sketch comedy troupe - basically she's a very busy lady!
Margaret was born in London of Irish parents, ‘I grew up loving and understanding the importance of family and friends’. This love of people and different cultures drew her into acting and as an actress and dancer she travelled all over the world. ‘Theatre I believe is in your blood, whether you experience it through story telling, as is common in the Irish tradition, or through stepping on stage, it never leaves you. I will always be interested in people and telling their stories.’ Margaret’s academic career kicked off when she was 37 at Reading University with a BA in Film & Drama. ‘I was then called to teach as I wanted a life where I could experience contribution and growth on a daily basis. Teaching fulfils my need to contribute and I love being able to help people find their path, and their voice!’ From her time in Las Vegas to England's National Theatre, with a spell in the corporate world, Margaret is living proof that life is a wonderful tapestry of opportunities waiting to show up when you are ready and open to receive them. Margaret is very excited to bring her radio show, Fit, Fabulous & 50+ to an audience that are vibrant, sexy and sassy enough to have their say, say their piece and find their voice. My blog is about us women who are 50+ but unwilling to settle for the glib stereotyping inundating us by the media. If we have poor opinions of ourselves, and let's be honest that is encouraged by most advertising companies who want us to compare ourselves to each other, to billboards, and to a fantasy that is not only unattainable but non representative of a huge demographic, then we need to take our power back. Back from the advertisers, public opinion, and unrealistic expectations of ourselves and each other. FIT, FABULOUS & 50+ is a platform to gather women together to reclaim our power, support each other and address the inequality that is rife, yes rife in the current social climate!
With 7 years of professional experience, Jacqueline is an accomplished presenter and was noted as one of The Voice Newspaper’s ‘One’s to Watch in 2017’. Perhaps best known as the anchor of Sky One Saturday morning programme ‘What’s Up TV’, Jacqueline has proven her ability to front both tough consumer and current affairs content as well as light hearted entertainment. With a wealth of radio, voice-over, premieres and live hosting under her belt, Jacqueline’s impressive CV boasts household names and brands from Anthony Joshua to John Legend, Trace TV to Team GB. Jacqueline loves to take on a challenging subject and walk away having learned something new which also serves as a contribution to the wider society.
Angela is The Sunday Times bestselling author of the Social Media Murder Series, including Follow Me and Watch Me, and an award-winning screenwriter. She owns more books than any one person could ever read - but she’s going to give it a bloody good try anyway. Angela has performed on television, radio, and across the country, on CBS Reality’s Written in Blood, BBC Ouch’s Edinburgh Festival Stage, The Guilty Feminist Podcast, Camp Bestival, Panic! (in partnership with Create, the Barbican, and The Guardian), and at the London College of Fashion, among others. A sufferer of the debilitating chronic condition Ehlers Danlos III, Angela is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and volunteers with Womentoring, Meet a Mentor, and at HM Prisons. She is passionate about bringing marginalised voices into the creative industries.
Tania started working in the industry in Portugal in 2000. Since then, she has been to New York, London and Europe performing and training in the biggest arts capitals. Her credits include many stage and TV credits, like presenting the daily show ‘Zig Zag’ on the national Portugese TV channel (RTP) and ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ at The Lost Theatre and even being one of the lead performers in a Tenerife resort. She has dreamt for years about creating a YouTube channel and last year she did! Shortly after she was invited to be part of The Women’s Radio Station and is now thrilled to present ‘The Acting Edit of’ a collection of interviews with all walks of the Acting industry, from agents and actors to set designers, technicians, photographers, etc. You name it, she’ll interview them!