Getting Personal with Daphne Bugler and Isabella Hobbs
with Eddie Huang
Season 2, Ep. 6
This week we’re joined by Eddie Huang, an author, chef, restaurateur, food personality, and producer. Eddie published his autobiography ‘Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir’ in 2013, which covers his childhood & adulthood and the struggles with identity he experienced growing up, which was later adapted into an ABC sitcom. Alongside his Lower Manhattan restaurant, BaoHaus, Eddie also hosted ‘Huang’s World’ on VICE, taking viewers on a hilarious journey exploring race, identity, multiculturalism and food.In this episode we talk to Eddie about his childhood in the US with young Taiwanese immigrant parents, learning to choose empathy and forgiveness, and (of course) lots of food chat.TW: Throughout the episode, there is some talk of domestic abuse, including details. For help and support please visit https://www.thehotline.org (USA), https://www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk (UK), https://www.1800respect.org.au (Australia), https://www.worldvision.org.tw/english/03_work/domestic.php or call 113 Protection Hotline (Taiwan).Thank you so much to Eddie for taking the time to speak to us. You can find him on Instagram @mreddiehuangMake sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsimaOur awesome episode illustration of Eddie is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designsIf you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review.See you next week!
with Dr. Emeka Okorocha
Season 2, Ep. 5
This week we have a very special episode as we are joined by the incredible Dr. Emeka Okorocha, an A&E Doctor who has been working on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic in London. Above and beyond his work in the NHS, Dr. Emeka has also developed a major following on TikTok where he posts informative content about healthcare and medicine, works to debunk myths and counter misinformation, and aims to spread positivity (with a few dances thrown in too). In this episode we talk to Dr. Emeka about his experience working on the frontlines as a doctor throughout the pandemic, the messages he hopes to spread on his platforms, and how TikTok has kept him optimistic and hopeful throughout the last year. Thank you so much to Dr. Emeka for taking the time to speak to us. You can find him on Instagram @doctor.emeka and on TikTok @doctor.emekaMake sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsimaOur gorgeous episode illustration of Dr. Emeka is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designsIf you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review.See you next week!
with Kalkidan Legesse
Season 2, Ep. 4
This week we were joined by the wonderful Kalkidan Legesse, a social entrepreneur who owns and runs the shop Sancho’s in Exeter, Devon. Sancho’s is black female owned ethical fashion retailer which has gained a major following online.We spoke to Kalkidan about starting her own business, self love, and what “success” means to her. Thank you for such a meaningful conversation.You can find Kalkidan on Instagram here and follow Sancho’s too @wowsancho. You can shop Sancho’s online here.Make sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsimaOur gorgeous episode illustration of Kalkidan is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designsIf you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review.See you next week!
with Liris Crosse
Season 2, Ep. 3
This week we were joined by the beautiful (inside and out) model, author, actress, and activist Liris Crosse. We chatted to Liris about her book ‘Make the World Your Runway’, her campaign for diversity in the modelling and fashion industry, and how her faith influences the way she experiences her emotions. Thank you, Liris, for such an inspiring conversation!You can find Liris on Instagram @lirisc here and order her book ‘Make the World Your Runway: Top Model Secrets for Everyday Confidence and Success’ on Amazon.Make sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsimaOur gorgeous episode illustration of Liris is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designsIf you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review.See you next week!
with Tamara Bass
Season 2, Ep. 2
This week we were joined by the wonderful actor, producer, writer and director Tamara Bass who zoomed in from Los Angeles. We chatted about Tamara's new film 'If Not Now, When?', how she manages to live fearlessly and why she prioritises joy over happiness. Tamara also openly shares her struggle with mental health, and how important it is that we try and remove the stigma around the subject. TW: From around 29 minutes onwards, there is mention of suicide in the conversation. For help and support with these subjects, please contact https://www.samaritans.org/ or call 116 123 for free.You can find Tamara on Instagram hereMake sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsimaOur gorgeous episode illustration of Tamara is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designsIf you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review.See you next week!
with Amy Dowden
Season 2, Ep. 1
We're back! To kick off our second season of 'Getting Personal' we're joined by the one and only Amy Dowden. In the middle of the UK's third lockdown, we had a wonderful chat with Amy over Zoom which is definitely one for all of the Strictly Come Dancing fans out there. We chatted all things Strictly with Amy, from what it was like to film during lockdown and bubble up with her partner, to her memories with her fellow professional dancers and how it feels to be judged on national television. We also chatted about her career highlights and how she found love through dance. Last year, Amy also released a documentary with the BBC titled 'Strictly Amy: Crohn's and Me' which detailed her experience living with Crohn's disease. Amy shared with us what it was like to be so vulnerable and how she felt sharing her story with the nation. Head over to BBC iPlayer to watch Amy's documentary here, and you can also learn more about Crohn's at https://www.crohnsandcolitis.org.uk/You can find Amy on Instagram @amy_dowdenMake sure to follow us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast and @daphnebugler96 and @hobbsimaOur gorgeous episode illustration of Amy is by Lauren Cowl. You can find her @laurencowl.designs If you enjoyed our episode, we'd love it if you'd like, subscribe and leave us a review. See you next week!For support related to Crohn’s contact Crohn's and Colitis UK at www.crohnsandcolitis.org.uk
We're back... Season Two!
We're back! Make sure to tune in to this season of 'Getting Personal with Daphne Bugler and Isabella Hobbs' from Tuesday 26th where we'll be joined by a whole range of exciting, inspirational and lovely people. Subscribe now and you'll be notified when each episode drops.
with Laura Jackson
Season 1, Ep. 10
Our guest this week is an activist who founded the ‘Januhairy’ movement back in 2019. An initiative that encourages women to grow their body hair for the month of January and share images of themselves online, whilst also donating to ‘Body Gossip’, a charity that combines Arts & Education to empower everybody to be the best version of themselves.Our guest first started growing out her body hair in May 2018 as part of her drama degree performance at the University of Exeter. After feeling liberated and more confident in herself, she thought of Januhairy and became eager to get more friends and family involved for the month of Januhairy. The campaign hashtag has now attracted thousands of posts from women across the world. Januhairy is not about shaming women who choose to remove body and facial hair, as our guest has said for the Guardian online at the beginning of this year; “Shave whenever you want to, but make sure you’re making the choice for you... It’s not just about hair, it’s about building a conversation around the subject.”We’re incredibly excited to announce our final guest for our first season. This week we’re getting personal with Laura Jackson.Thank you so much to everyone who has listened this season, we'll be back very soon with our second series and some incredible guests! In the meantime, you can find us on Instagram @gettingpersonalpodcast. Send us a message with who you would like to hear on the show next, and make sure to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. And thank you to Laura for joining us this week. You can find her on Instagram here.
with Freddie Long
Season 1, Ep. 9
Our guest this week is Freddie Long, a Sussex-born singer-songwriter who quickly garnered momentum after uploading his tracks online. He spent his teenage years privately writing and recording songs in his bedroom while feeding his appetite for live performance at Karaoke nights and friend’s birthdays. Since releasing his debut EP ‘Blessed Or Cursed,’ he has received accolades from Complex, Notion, Wonderland, Official Charts, tmrw Magazine, CLASH, Mahogany, and BBC Introducing. He has also performed live at The Great Escape, Sundown Festival, and BBC Introducing Live. Having received 500,000 plays on his latest EP ‘These Darker Days’ within a few weeks, we completely agree with MTV who have labelled our guest ‘Ones to watch‘, as he continues to gain traction in the music industry. Thank you so much to Freddie for chatting with us and sharing his experiences. You can find him on Instagram here.Follow us on Instagram: @gettingpersonalpodcastDaphne Bugler: @daphnebugler96Isabella Hobbs: @hobbsima