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She and Her

Anita Rao & Sandra Davidson

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She and Her is southern feminist talk show for millennial women, hosted and produced by Anita Rao and Sandra Davidson, two North Carolina based media personalities and producers. Our conversations are authentic, multi-generational, diverse, and they often come with a southern accent. Topics include sex, the body, pop culture and careers. Produced in Hillsborough, North Carolina at 104.7 WHUP FM. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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In this episode, Paul Moore sits down with our very own Digital Marketing Apprentice, Terri-Anne Fell.Terri-Anne has both Autism and Dyspraxia and was diagnosed with both at the ages of 17 and 22. In this podcast, Terri-Anne speaks about her own diagnostic journey, the way her autism is perceived by others, the trope of not "looking autistic" and h…
 
In this episode, we speak to Jane Green, an Autism Educationalist who supports and advocates for autistic people and those living with invisible disabilities/chronic illness. For over 25 years Jane has supported children and adults with special needs across early years education, primary and secondary schools and further education. She has develope…
 
In this episode, Paul Moore chats with Lucy Cowell, a School Success Advisor who was diagnosed with Autism at the age of 20. She talks about her late diagnosis and how this affected her, how autism presents itself differently in females, and how education providers can encourage autistic people to thrive in their environment.…
 
It's the start of our podcasts for Autism Awareness Week. In this episode, Paul chats with SENCO and founder of Neuroteachers, Catrina Lowri. Catrina has worked in the sector for over 20 years, specialising in inclusion for Autistic Learners. She's neurodiverse herself and mentions the importance of early intervention, and treating children as indi…
 
CORRECTION: In the episode, we mention that children are taught to learn 60 million words by a certain age, this total is infact 30 million. In this episode, we talk with Sophie Macneill, an assessment adviser with Herts For Learning. Sophie does a deep dive into the work of Carol Dweck, discusses metacognition and equal opportunities for children …
 
In Episode Four of Live from the Hive, we talk to Mark Haycroft, a primary school teacher in Belgium, who has also educated children in Cyprus and the USA.In this episode, Paul and Mark discuss the differences between Primary and Secondary Education, the expected roles of men within those settings, and where these gender stereotypes come from. They…
 
In this episode we talk to our Makaton Tutor, Becky Walker, all about the relevance and importance of this unique language program. When Becky worked in nurseries, she encountered children with complex needs and discovered the benefits that Makaton could have in their development - helping them to build relationships, social interaction and communi…
 
In this episode we talk to Claire Gold, Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and Consultant Trainer for Young Minds, about mental health and positive mental health in children and young people. Claire discusses the differences in young and adolescent children, how their different behaviours can help us understand their mental health situation and how you c…
 
We come to you one very last time to talk about ending this five-year-long creative endeavor! We reflect on what the podcast and radio show has meant for our friendship, relationship with our moms and friends, and development of our creative voices. Most importantly we say thank you to all the listeners who’ve come along on this journey. We love y'…
 
Musician and Native American activist Charly Lowry joins us to close out our mini season. She shares why her quarantine has been literally life-changing: she got a kidney transplant she's been waiting for for years. We all reflect on how the slowness of lockdown has opened up new artistic and creative pursuits, and of course, we share what media we…
 
Dr. Alison Raybould spent 37 days on a deserted island in 2018 while competing on "Survivor." Earlier this year, she was quarantined for 14 days in her house due to potential COVID-19 exposure. She reflects on how different life is for her now and what it's like to be a doctor during a pandemic. Plus, we all share the TV that is getting us through …
 
Artist, activist, and Durham, North Carolina mover and shaker Monet Noelle Marshall returns to share how her art practice is evolving during the COVID-19 pandemic; what cooking has offered her during this period of staying at home; why we ought to be wary of rise & grind culture in the era of pandemic. This miniseries checking in with some of our p…
 
The one and only Laura Lee (from our online dating episodes) returns to share how a life-size cardboard cutout of Taylor Swift is helping her pass the days in quarantine; what it's like moving back in to her childhood bedroom; and how the world of online dating is adapting to COVID-19. This miniseries checking in with some of our past guests is giv…
 
Is sheltering in place slowly driving you mad? Us too. Which is exactly why we’re bringing back some of our favorite guests to discuss life in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. We premiere this new mini-series with our friend Crosby who came on the show several years ago to reveal a family secret that changed her life. In an ironic twist of fate, …
 
Kennedi Carter is a rising star. Her stunning photographs explore blackness, beauty and love, and they have catapulted her to Instagram fame. They've also landed her in Essence, Fader and Vogue Italia. The kicker? She's only 20 years old. In this episode we talk with Kennedi about the evolution of her relationship to photography, the power of visua…
 
Anita’s dad loves to talk about poop. He’s a gastroenterologist who proudly dons a poop-themed apron, drives a car with a poop-themed license plate, and even had poop designs on his birthday cake. He joins us in this episode to answer our burning questions about gut health, from why period poop is so weird, to why some people's farts smell worse th…
 
Singer-songwriter Charly Lowry grew up in a swampy part of North Carolina best known as the home of the Lumbee Native American Tribe. Her roots in Robeson County have shaped her musical career, from a stint on American Idol more than a decade ago to her spiritually-infused solo work today. Sandra and Anita talk with Charly about her meditations on …
 
Gender non-binary teen Lachlan Watson joins us for our season closer to share their journey from small-town acting gigs to landing a major Hollywood role as Susie Putnam in "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." They share what it’s like to be one of a handful of nonbinary actors and how they approach acting in a show about magic. See acast.com/privacy …
 
Naomi Prioleau is a self-described "black, vegan nudist." Despite whatever eyebrows it may raise, for her nudism is about liberation, freedom from judgment, and a loving relationship with her body. She joins us to share why everyone should try living in a nudist colony at least once. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
How is society failing mothers? Where do men and fathers fit into the picture? And why should we all be angry about it? Journalist Katherine Goldstein joins us to answer these questions and talk about her brand new podcast “The Double Shift,” which aims to challenge how society sees mothers and how mothers see themselves. See acast.com/privacy for …
 
Some of the stereotypes about lesbian dating are true according to one of our listeners. Andrea, a 26-year-od from Maryland, was inspired by our latest episode to share her experiences as a woman seeking other women online. In a voice memo she talks about the lesbian equivalent of the fish pic, unwanted threesome overtures, and other lesbian trends…
 
We laugh our way through a conversation about the woes and joys of dating online with an experienced swiper and return guest. Laura fills us in on her best stories and top tips, from how to dress for a first date to how meeting people IRL changed her pursuit of romance. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Dr. Alison Raybould competed in “Survivor” to test her grit. She made it through 37 days of competition and joins us to answer all our burning questions, including what living on a deserted island taught her about her resolve, her body, and how women are represented on the TV show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Performance artist Monét Noelle Marshall isn't afraid to make you uncomfortable. She’s known for dynamic — and sometimes shocking — projects that examine race, gender and sexuality. Monet joins us to talk about being a black culture maker in the South and to preview the final installment of her three-part trilogy "Buy It Call It," which opens in Du…
 
Introducing Heather Cook, a Durham-based creative. She talks about staying sane as a freelancer and mama, her philosophy on community activism, the importance of boundaries, and a forthcoming church that will bring together the arts and spirituality under one roof. She & Her is a podcast and radio show written, produced and hosted by Sandra Davidso…
 
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live without body-image issues? Us too. Our friend Laura Pellicer is the only woman we know who doesn’t have body anxiety. In this episode she shares her delightful - and instructive - philosophy and tips for loving and accepting your own body in its many different shapes and sizes. See acast.com/priv…
 
People don’t often think of the South as a center of the environmental justice movement, but across our region, many activists are engaged in building a clean energy future. In a special preview of "The Land I Trust," a podcast series by the Sierra Club, meet some the southern women leading the charge. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
Wendy Lu was born with vocal cord paralysis, and for the first 22 years of her life she always had a caretaker around. In 2015, she moved to New York City alone to pursue her dream of becoming a big-time journalist. Meet Wendy Lu. _ She and Her is a podcast and radio show produced and hosted by Sandra Davidson and Anita Rao in the studios of 104.7 …
 
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