57. Nazeem Hussain - You can't judge all gangsters

Sofie talks to Australian comedian Nazeem Hussain about giving people sleeping pills in airports, the Montreal and Melbourne comedy festivals, Australian politics, his mother the gangster, bullying, divorce, I’m a Celebrity Get me Out of Here, religion, dropping the yoghurt, death threats, multi-cultural gangs, kidnapping and remembering to laugh.

56. Shazia Mirza - Men cannot survive without women

Sofie talks to comedian Shazia Mirza about being on podcasts, Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls, patronising questions, being scared of cats, about feminism and inclusivity, being made aware of her religion and race, her parents, Islam, Atheist buses and the importance of different perspectives.

55. Sean Patton - Is this room bugged?

Sofie talks to American comedian Sean Patton about living in a flat with 6 other comics, dying on stage at the age of 73, drugs and OCD 2.0, being a double-agent for the resistance, freedom of speech, gas-lighting, Chris Titus’ Love is Evol, Star-signs, Pottermore quizzes and being a reformed “bro”.

54. Chris Grace - Eh, we're all going to be dead one day

Sofie talks to Los Angeles-based actor and improviser, Chris Grace about 50 Shades The Musical, Thrones The Musical, losing money to do Broad City, being an introvert, forging his Mom’s signature, cultural appropriation, loss and grief, rugby, joining the resistance as a graphic designer and acting without knowing.

53. Cat Pausé - Oh my god, you're that fat lady from TV

Sofie talks to scholar (PhD in Human Development and Senior Lecturer at Massey University), fat activist and professionally fat person Cat Pausé about why we don’t think fat people are worth fighting for, science slang, vanity research, the fat herring, light-bulb moments, dealing with the media and punching Nazis.

52. Scroobius Pip - This is the peak? This is awful.

Sofie talks to musician, spoken word poet and actor Scroobius Pip about casting a British Hamilton, embracing the fact that art is not a documentary, having a stutter, the taboo of discussing the crossover between good and bad, almost drowning as a kid and how it may have affected his outlook on death, feeling empathy for bullies and the importance of Hokusai: Old Man Crazy to Paint.

51. Anna Shaffer - Either you say nothing or you step the fuck up

Sofie talks to actress Anna Shaffer about “socking it to the man,” selfie filters, doing - or not doing drugs, pussy hats, being a woman in the nightlife, using social media as a platform, dating, Brené Brown, South Africa, Britishness, and - lots and lots of Love Island.

50. Kiri Pritchard-Mclean - Shut up, don’t talk about my body

Sofie talks to comedian Kiri Pritchard-Mclean about values in their stand-up work, what it is to be a good audience, the proper way to use a platform as a white feminist, losing weight, how your body impacts your comedy when you're a woman, bystander’s syndrome and politics.

48. Julie Adenuga - We are Grime’ing along every day

Sofie talks to DJ and Grimer (!) Julie Adenuga about grime music from East London and the impact it has had on politics this year, understanding people, internet arguments, what ‘girly’ is and isn't, and attending parties as an introvert.

47. Callie Thorpe - You must be doing something right

Sofie talks to plus size fashion blogger Callie Thorpe about great women on the internet, dieting, travelling as a fat person, bad body image days, plus size fashion, online abuse, relationships and turning points.

46. Nimko Ali - You were FGM’ed?

Sofie talks to politician and activist Nimko Ali about Internet abuse, activism, periods, abortion, wanting/not wanting an not being able to have kids, female genital mutilation, questions that are too personal, being single forever, attempted murder, sexism, racism, motherhood, proposals and life.

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44. Aparna Nancherla - A foundation of melancholy and anxiety

Sofie talks to comedian Aparna Nancherla about the US election, therapists, coping with depression and anxiety, being a late bloomer, dating as a comedian, standing up (or not) to oppression, true crime, meditation and validation.

43. Andi Osho - I don’t want to make this murder awkward

Sofie talks to actor and comedian Andi Osho about the Miser, drinking, McDonald’s, 10 hour TV shows, being too much, awkward teenage years, beauty secrets and arm shaving, anxiety, being a Londoner, integral studies (what? I know!), letting go, rock bottom moments, playing it cool, male privilege and white privilege, being watched, sexism and racism, mansplaining and hope.

41. Athena Kugblenu - Good morning, Queen

Sofie talks to comedian Athena Kugblenu about South Africa, panafricanism, black thought, inferiority and superiority, privilege, colonialism and street names, the Barbados slave code, capitalism, oppression, being ‘othered’, dogs and cats, resistance, trying to change the world… and the weather.

40. Ross Noble - I had my school books in a pizza box

Sofie talks to comedian Ross Noble about working with Mel Brooks, stress, playing as a child - and an adult, talking about serious things on stage, being cool/uncool, funerals, school, loving the circus, dancing to Westlife, Take That and Louis Walsh, cultural appropriation, fangirling over Hadley Fraser and the ins and outs of musical theatre.

39. Alison Spittle - I licked the poster of Aaron Carter

In this very special episode, Sofie speaks to comedian and TV star Alison Spittle about punching blueberries, women and murder, boybands, Alison’s sitcom, going in too hard, jealousy, making friends, sending weird things on Amazon and… there’s singing.

38. Nish Kumar - I've gotta let my freak flag fly!

Sofie talks to brilliant comedian Nish Kumar about what’s wrong with him, politics, our mothers, school, being a loser, what fun is, how they both succeeded in fights against the SYSTEM, struggles with authority, Beatles-ties, differences between UK and Danish school systems, love and how to make a relationship work.