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Podcast Guests in June 2023

Clive Myrie, Ruby Wax, Mark Kermode and more

7:21 PM GMT+1 on June 22, 2023

    Here's some great guests on podcasts from June 2023.

    John Yates talks about being given £200m by the home office to stop knife crime on Pod Save the UK.

    Kate Ferdinand talks to Anna Richardson on It Can’t Just Be Me about step-child envy.

    Jacqueline Wilson talked to Bex in the Fun Kids Book Worms podcast about her new Enid Blyton book.

    Clive Myrie is on The Travel Diaries with Holly Rubenstein, to talk about his favourite travel experiences. I recommend his recent BBC series in Italy!

    Michael Gove appeared on the Crisis, What Crisis podcast talking about being fired by Boris Johnson.

    Lisa Snowden is on The Capsule #inconversation with Natalie Anderson.

    Fred Siriex, from Channel 4’s First Dates, is on Pack Your Bags with Russell Kane, talking about his love of Jamaica and the Caribbean.

    The comedian Emily Atack is on Where There’s A Will, There’s A Wake 

    Meanwhile Kathy Burke is on Alan Carr’s ‘Life’s A Beach’

    Mark Kermode is on Joanna & The Maestro talking about his favourite soundtracks and composers. The Exorcist is bound to make an appearance.

    Maisie Chan joined Frank Cottrell-Boyce and Nadia Shireen on The Island of Brilliant!, a podcast that celebrates the best in kids books.

    Meanwhile bestselling author Isabel Allende is on Bookshelfie: Women’s Prize for Women’s Fiction podcast, talking about her books and philanthropy.

    Broadcaster Elizabeth Day is on Big Fish with Spencer Matthews, talking about how her podcast reshapes failure as being necessary for later success.

    Leading urologist Professor Hash Ahmed is on Cunningcast. Host Tony Robinson has been living with prostate cancer for over a decade, and to mark Men’s Health Week Ahmed talks about how to look out for it.

    Jacqueline Wilson is on Stompcast with Dr Alex George, where they both walk around East Sussex. She talks about her writing process and how she couldn’t accept the success that she received from Tracy Beaker.

    Tony Britten, who composed the Champions League anthem, is on the Unsung podcast, which amplifies unsung heroes within the sporting world.

    The journalist Laura Barton is on The Failing Writers Podcast, a podcast that is all about the process of getting published.

    Ruby Wax, comedian and mental health campaigner, is on Dish with Nick Grimshaw and Angela Harnett.

    The climate activist and former YouTuber Jack Harries is on A Life More Wild this week, giving us a tour of London’s Victoria Park. 

    The actor and writer Michael Elias is on Ruthie’s Table 4 this week.

    Broadcaster Riyadh Khalaf is on Homo Sapiens, in a two part conversation about what he has learnt about himself since his ADHD diagnosis.

    The artist Anna Weyant is on The Great Women Artists Podcast this week.

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