Untethered...with Clementine Ford

A podcast by Clementine Ford

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11 Episoade

  1. Untethered: Confronting Silence on Palestine and Men's Violence Against Women

    Publicat: 18.04.2024
  2. Untethered TAROT: YUMIKO KADOTA

    Publicat: 14.04.2024
  3. Untethered: YUMIKO KADOTA

    Publicat: 11.04.2024
  4. Untethered: AJA BARBER part 2 - a tarot reading!

    Publicat: 03.04.2024
  5. Untethered: AJA BARBER on Sustainability, Identity, and Embracing Transformation PART ONE of a Tarot Special!

    Publicat: 27.03.2024
  6. Untethered: CLAIRE TONTI on mothering, creation and melody (now with fixed audio!)

    Publicat: 21.03.2024
  7. Hello and welcome from Clementine!

    Publicat: 13.03.2024
  8. Untethered: SAIRA RAO

    Publicat: 05.03.2024
  9. Untethered: COMPASSION AND WHAT IFS

    Publicat: 27.02.2024
  10. Untethered: Introduction

    Publicat: 20.02.2024
  11. Untethered: YUMI STYNES

    Publicat: 20.02.2024

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Untethered…with Clementine Ford is a weekly podcast exploring courage, choices and the catalysing moments in a person’s life that lead them to define themselves on their own terms. Untethered invites speakers, thinkers and everyday folk to share first person stories of untethering from the weight of the world’s bullshit. Whether you're desperate for some sage advice or looking to be inspired, Untethered will nurture the hopes, dreams and goals you have for yourself and give you the toolbox to do so with confidence. Clementine Ford is a bestselling author of Fight Like A Girl, Boys Will Be Boys, How We Love: Notes on a life and I Don't: The Case Against Marriage. After a hugely successful two years at the helm of Dear Clementine - including winning Best Podcast Series at the 2023 mUmBRELLA Publish Awards and collecting one million downloads, fans of Clementine’s will revel in this new unfiltered, funny and engaging version of Clementine’s podcasting. Find Clementine here:Substack: www.substack.com/@clementinefInstagram: www.instagram.com/clementine_ford 

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