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September 06, 2017 01:34 AM PDT

Our Jen's been all over it this week, meeting National Treasure Clare Balding and also talking to the Samaritans about World Suicide Prevention Day. Meanwhile, Sooz Kempner is talking about staying friends across a political divide and Hannah looks at some returning comedies on TV. Plus its Frozen time in Dunleavy Does Disney.

August 30, 2017 01:03 AM PDT

In this episode of In Conversation…, Standard Issue's Hannah Dunleavy and founder Sarah Millican chat with Aisling Bea, Kate Thornton and Holly Walsh about STDs, dustbusting and the ongoing beef between the badger and fox communities.

Recorded at the Leicester Square Theatre, London on July 18, 2017.

All of our podcasts are available on iTunes and directly from StandardIssueMagazine.com/Podcasts.

ADMIN! Just a quick reminder to please rate, review and subscribe to ALL our podcasts on iTunes, including previous In Conversations, our podzine and fortnightly geek girl celebration Strong Female Leads.

You can keep up with all our articles, news and reviews by following @StandardIssueUK on Twitter and find us on Facebook and Instagram. Or visit www.standardissuemagazine.com for an archive of ace.

Thanks to Jen Offord for organising the event and Richard Power for pressing record and editing. Our In Conversation theme music was composed and recorded by Barry Hilton. All rights reserved.

August 26, 2017 05:44 PM PDT

When our Jen met Judy Murray, tennis coach extraordinaire, they did so much chatting we couldn't fit it all in our ordinary podcast.

So here's the full interview for your Sunday morning listening pleasure. Or, indeed, whenever you choose to listen to it.

Jen and Judy talk getting more girls into tennis and more women into coaching, as well as how you raise a world champion, or just get your kid interested in sport. And there are some tips for who to look out for at the US Open.

We know, we're spoiling you.

August 23, 2017 01:20 AM PDT

Crikey, it's a bumper podzine this week. Our Jen chats to coaching legend Judy Murray, Hannah and Mickey catch up with All Killa No Filla's Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Rachel Fairburn to discuss serial killers, Debra-Jane Appleby talks women and gaming and Jen Brister revisits the poo-soaked French holiday from which the shame stench still lingers.

There's all the usual stuff, too, with The Bush Telegraph, Sexism of the Week, our Sarah sorting some life questions and Pocahontas in the hot seat for Dunleavy Does Disney.

THE TEAM: Mickey Noonan, Hannah Dunleavy, Jen Offord and Sarah Millican.

THE ADMIN: Our music was composed and recorded by Barry Hilton, all rights reserved. We have an archive full of excellent articles at www.standardissuemagazine.com. You can write to us at mailbag@standardissuemagazine.com, follow us on Twitter at @StandardIssueUK or find us on Facebook and Instagram. All of our podcasts are available on iTunes and Podomatic.

August 20, 2017 02:13 AM PDT

An extra slice of our Jen's weekly sports section, Jenny Off The Blocks.

In this week's podzine, Jen chatted to Paula McGuire, a self-professed "recluse turned adventurer".

In the full interview, Jen and Paula chat about the power of sport to change lives, mental health and a shared love of bonkers challenges.

Paula battled against anxiety and mental health issues to become an unlikely sporting hero and now hopes to become the first ever person to swim the coast of mainland Britain.

Find out more about Paula's Big Mad Swim around Britain at: http://www.paulamusttryharder.co.uk/the-big-mad-swim-around-britain/
Read about Jen's US roadtrip on Beyonce (the bike, not the person) in our archive: http://standardissuemagazine.com/health/burn-in-the-usa/

August 16, 2017 01:13 AM PDT

In this week's podzine, our sportsing Jen met up with Paula McGuire, a properly inspiring woman who's about to embark on an incredible swimming challenge. Mickey's been shaken but not stirred (or maybe a bit stirred) by some Bond anniversaries and Hannah's looking at the best performances by women on TV this year so far. 

Our Sarah is all about the etiquette in this week’s SMQT and joins us for Dunleavy Does Disney, where we take a look at Lady and the Tramp. Woof. 

THE TEAM: Mickey Noonan, Hannah Dunleavy, Jen Offord and Sarah Millican.

THE ADMIN: Our music was composed and recorded by Barry Hilton, all rights reserved. Thanks to David Young, Mary Young and John Clare for their help with the stings. We have an archive full of excellent articles at www.standardissuemagazine.com. You can write to us at mailbag@standardissuemagazine.com, follow us on Twitter at @StandardIssueUK or find us on Facebook and Instagram. All of our podcasts are available on iTunes and Podomatic.

August 09, 2017 12:59 AM PDT

Howdy partners! In this week's podzine, Taylor Glenn looks at the pros and cons of 'sharenting', Andrea Hubert talks about anti-semitism in the media, Lucy Nichol shares her top tips on dealing with anxiety and Lou Conran celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Fringe. Also, it turns out The Mooch is out, boobs are back and bed-wetting 1990s bands might yet have a gig. Our Sarah's watching Christmas movies and The Rock, Jen's talking football and money and we get to imagine a tiny Hannah in earphones in Dunleavy Does Disney, which this week tackles Pinocchio.

THE TEAM: Mickey Noonan, Hannah Dunleavy, Jen Offord and Sarah Millican.

THE ADMIN: Our music was composed and recorded by Barry Hilton, all rights reserved. Thanks to David Young, Mary Young and John Clare for their help with the stings. We have an archive full of excellent articles at www.standardissuemagazine.com. You can write to us at mailbag@standardissuemagazine.com, follow us on Twitter at @StandardIssueUK or find us on Facebook and Instagram. All of our podcasts are available on iTunes and Podomatic.

August 02, 2017 01:24 AM PDT

In this episode of In Conversation…, Standard Issue's Hannah Dunleavy and founder Sarah Millican chat with Liza Tarbuck, Janet Street Porter and Ellie Taylor about luck, other people's shopping baskets and extreme fishing with JSP.

Recorded at the Leicester Square Theatre, London on July 18, 2017.

All of our podcasts are available on iTunes and directly from StandardIssueMagazine.com/Podcasts.

ADMIN! Just a quick reminder to please rate, review and subscribe to ALL our podcasts on iTunes, including previous In Conversations, our podzine and fortnightly geek girl celebration Strong Female Leads.

You can keep up with all our articles, news and reviews by following @StandardIssueUK on Twitter or find us on Facebook. Or visit www.standardissuemagazine.com for an archive of ace.

Thanks to Jen Offord for organising the event and Maddie Hickish for pressing record and editing. Our In Conversation theme music was composed and recorded by Barry Hilton. All rights reserved.

July 26, 2017 01:15 AM PDT

In this week’s podzine, Edinburgh Fringe expert Hazel Davis is sharing her top tips on how to make the most of the festival; our Hannah tells you why you should give a shit about classic sitcom Roseanne; Rosie Wilby is talking breakups, and Sarah Ledger tells us how and why her daughter Jessie had a feminist wedding. Our Sarah is musing pets and pants in this week’s SMQT, Jen gets us up to speed on the women’s Euros and why everyone’s talking about Jodie Taylor and Dunleavy Does Disney’s The Fox and the Hound.

THE TEAM: Mickey Noonan, Hannah Dunleavy, Jen Offord and Sarah Millican.

The ADMIN: Our music was composed and recorded by Barry Hilton, all rights reserved. Thanks to David Young, Mary Young and John Clare for their help with the stings. We have an archive full of excellent articles at www.standardissuemagazine.com. You can write to us at mailbag@standardissuemagazine.com, follow us on Twitter at @StandardIssueUK or find us on Facebook and Instagram. All of our podcasts are available on iTunes and Podomatic.

July 19, 2017 01:38 AM PDT

In this episode of the podzine, Mickey chats to all-round top broad Jess Phillips MP, Gabby Hutchinson-Crouch talks new Doctor Who, Yosra Osman tells us what's hot in the cinema and Daisy Leverington shares some tips on coping with the summer holidays. There’s a mini gigcast from our stint at Latitude, with Deborah Frances-White and Susie Wokoma, our Sarah gets some more of your life questions answered, Jen gives us the lowdown on cricket, football and lacrosse and Dunleavy Does Disney’s The Rescuers with surprising Dunleavy results.

Parts of the podzine were recorded live at Latitude.

THE TEAM: Mickey Noonan, Hannah Dunleavy, Jen Offord and Sarah Millican.

THE ADMIN: Our music was composed and recorded by Barry Hilton, all rights reserved. Thanks to David Young, Mary Young and John Clare for their help with the stings.

We have an archive full of excellent articles at www.standardissuemagazine.com.

You can write to us at mailbag@standardissuemagazine.com, follow us on Twitter at @StandardIssueUK or find us on Facebook and Instagram.

All of our podcasts are available on iTunes and Podomatic.

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