74. Stuart Saint - I didn't want to die (Part One)

Sofie talks to writer and director Stuart Saint about being diagnosed with HIV and Cancer, Five Star and Madonna being the inspiration for a career in dance, Armistead Maupin, the importance of representation, disagreeing with labels, the link between fear and rebellion and the need for better sex education.

TRIGGER WARNING: Discussion of serious illness (HIV, Cancer), Bullying

73. Dr. Cat Pausé #2 - I'm THAT that fat

Sofie talks to scholar and fat activist Dr. Cat Pausé about travelling Europe, fat activism, being a scholar, legal discrimination of fat people, science, authenticity and Hamilton.

72. Bisha K Ali #2 - LIVE - Hide all the feelings behind other feelings

Sofie talks to English comedian and writer Bisha K Ali about road rage, fancy cheese, the dangers of quitting smoking, being an 'under-cover self-harmer', trying not to negate your own feelings by comparing yourself to others, Brexit and dancing through hypotheticals,.

TRIGGER WARNING: Self-harm, Suicidal thoughts.

71. Zoe Coombs Marr - LIVE - I never want to be someone's wife

Sofie talks to Australian comedian and theatre-maker Zoë Coombs Marr about marrying "a gay dandy Tilda Swinton", political comedy, the trickiness of earnestness, lesbian separatists, a mirage-like cabin in the woods and her character Dave.

70. Felicity Ward #2 LIVE - Do you ever feel like you just gotta hold on?

Sofie talks to returning guest Australian comedian Felicity Ward about the perfect conversation, bad gigs, Lord Buckethead, a “pendulum” of a year, compulsive behaviour, language and curiosity, her sparse Youtube channel, dancing and most importantly – what a ‘dag’ is.

69. Jon Ronson - Falling apart in Cannes doesn't count

Sofie talks to writer, podcaster and storyteller Jon Ronson about phobias, mismanaging bands, being funny, the lasting impact of bullying, meeting an illegal atom-splitter, having a bad time in Cannes, mental illness and stigma, empathy and power, bespoke porn and dangerous situations.

68. Hadley Fraser - I'm probably emotionally slightly vague

Sofie talks to actor and musician Hadley Fraser about starring in Les Miserables and Young Frankenstein, the difference between performing drama and comedy, working with Ross Noble and Mel Brooks, how to cope when things go wrong, his daughter, being sheltered, writing theatre, being busy with good people and defining success.

67. Josie Long #2 - LIVE - Let's just harness the weirdness

In this first ever LIVE episode, Sofie talks to comedian, radio host and podcaster Josie Long about game-changing beauty tips, Dawson's Creek, sexism in comedy, concern trolling, “street racists”, being on The Island, how a show not working is like a badly fitting shirt, being in love, Gogglebox and the crushing conformity of public opinion.

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Discussion of threats of violence.

66. Hari Kondabolu - There is nothing wrong with the fetal position

Sofie talks to comedian, writer and podcaster Hari Kondabolu about not calling himself an Activist-Comedian, Intersectionality, the “choir” of agreement, The Problem with Apu, being a killjoy, having room to make mistakes on stage, making art while leading a balanced life, knowing your voice, working with refugees as an immigrants rights organiser, touring with Chris Rock, the bureaucracy of comedy and the pros and cons of making fun of Weezer.

65. Charlotte Cooper - People want to see fat bodies dancing

Sofie talks to psychotherapist and fat activist Charlotte Cooper about doing a PhD and turning it into a book, the influence of Punk, early fat feminists from the 60’s and 70’s, the importance of archives, the professionalisation of HAES, co-counselling, the Fattylympics, Michel Foucault, the meaning of self-care and Project Swagger.

64. Imriel Morgan - Ugh, people, ick

Sofie talks to podcaster, marketing co-ordinator and CEO of ShoutOut network Imriel Morgan about starting a podcast network for people who come from under-represented groups, Melanin Millenials, her new podcast Wanna Be, anthropology, slavery, respect for authority, drunk monkeys, the Haitian revolution and the Spice Girls.

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Racism.

63. Richard Osman - We’re maniacs, all of us

Sofie talks to producer, writer and co-host of Pointless, Richard Osman about crossing “the talent moat”, writing successes and failures, orbiting the earth, the illusion of being posh, fathers, flaws, barricade-shouters, building walls, Twitter and abuse, Identity politics and relationships with food.

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Eating disorders, self-harm.

62. Kelechi Okafor - We have to reclaim what is ours

Sofie talks to actress, personal trainer and pole/twerk instructor Kelechi Okafor about standing up for yourself, using the word “crazy” to subjugate women, reclaiming “bossy” and “strong”, the problem of unrelenting good vibes, the history of twerking, fad fitness, therapy and transcendent grief, going to Nigeria, affirmations and social media.

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Eating disorders, childhood abuse.

61. Scottee - Being a fat body is a political thing

Sofie talks to British artist and writer Scottee about bringing the conversation to people who don’t want to have it, Masculinity, infiltrating the male space, bravery, visibility in public spaces, the injustice bone, body positivity, the adoption process, the NHS and secret deals, the future of gender and addiction.

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Trauma and violence, homophobia, addiction.

60. Blair Imani - They took my Hijab away

Sofie talks to American activist and Executive Director of Equality for HER, Blair Imani about being a full-time activist, getting arrested, the media narrative surrounding the Black Panther movement and Black Lives Matter, the prison industrial complex, coping mechanisms, converting to Islam, death threats and safe spaces.

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Mention of Eating Disorders and Anorexia in Intro. Some mentions of Islamophobia in main interview.

58. Ofa Fotu - The revolution cannot happen without childcare

Sofie talks to Australian artist Ofa Fotu (aka Odette Mercy) about being part of the cast of Hot Brown Honey, hip-hop feminism, women of colour in theatre, activism and self-care, douchebag presenters, reclaiming negative spaces, performing for children and the importance of diversity in audiences.

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”.