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Join Emily Dean and her Shih Tzu Raymond, for an extraordinary dog walk. Meet household names you’ve heard a lot about, opening up in a way you’ve never heard before. They’ll reveal what truly makes them tick and you’ll discover why the best chats always happen over a dog walk. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Join Emily and Raymond back in London’s Battersea Park for the second part of our walk with the brilliant comedian Rosie Holt. Rosie tells us all about her overnight viral success after she started posting online as Rosie Holt MP - and what it was like to write a parody book entirely in character. She also explains what it’s like to have people bel…
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This week on Walking The Dog, Emily and Raymond are in Battersea Park for a walk with the comedian, actor and satirist Rosie Holt - who is well known for playing her brilliant character Rosie Holt MP. Rosie tells us about growing up as one of five in a family home that was described as ‘The Bermuda Triangle For Dogs’. She also explains how she lost…
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Join us in Finsbury Park with the comedian Pierre Novellie for the second part of this week’s Walking The Dog! Pierre and Emily discuss how they feel about no longer doing their radio show with Frank Skinner, Pierre tells the story of how he got his autism diagnosis after being heckled at a gig, and we discuss the power of an neurodivergent friends…
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This week on Walking The Dog, Raymond and Emily are taking a stroll in London’s Finsbury Park with the extraordinarily talented comedian Pierre Novellie. It was Pierre’s first time meeting Raymond, and although he doesn’t have a dog now - he fills us in about life growing up in Johannesburg with a guard dog who wasn’t very good at her job, and what…
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Join Emily and Raymond for the second part of our chat with Jon Ronson, who joins us from Greenwich Village in New York, with his dog Josie. Jon tells us the story of bringing his dogs to America on the Queen Mary 2, why he enjoys being alone, and the philosophy behind his no expert policy in his documentaries. You can hear the first part of this c…
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This week on Walking The Dog, the brilliant journalist and author Jon Ronson joins Emily and Raymond from New York City! Jon has an adorable - albeit sometimes needy - elderly Spaniel Poodle cross called Josie who emigrated to the US with Jon and his family, alongside their other dog Floppy, a Tibetan Terrier, who sadly passed away a couple of year…
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We’re back in Brockwell Park with Cathy Newman! Cathy’s got a cat - a Russian Blue called Cher who didn't join us on the walk, however we think Raymond reawakened her inner dog-lover. Is it time to get a whippet?! Cathy tells us all about how she worked her way up through journalism to become the presenter of Channel 4 News. She talks about her fam…
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Take a stroll with Emily, Raymond and the fabulous Cathy Newman in South London’s Brockwell Park. Cathy is a journalist, writer and one of the presenters of Channel 4 News - and she is also an absolute delight! Cathy tells about how she doesn’t look back fondly at her school years, how her life has been changed by the arrival of her new kitten Cher…
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We rejoin Robert Peston and his dog Merlin on a sunny day in Regent’s Park for the second part of our walk. Robert tells us about his experiences with grief, how he feels about self-improvement and having an attention seeking dog. If you haven’t heard the first part of our chat, you can listen to it here! Follow Robert - @peston Robert’s latest boo…
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We are in Regent’s Park in London this week for a walk with legendary broadcaster and journalist Robert Peston and his dog Merlin, an adorable bedlington-whippet cross! On a gorgeous spring day, Robert tells us about his fascinating childhood, the experience of becoming a household name during the financial crash, and the way people have reacted to…
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Join us back in St James’ Park with broadcaster Ashley James - as she tells us all about going on Celebrity Big Brother and striking up an unanticipated friendship with Ann Widdecombe. Ashley explains why she doesn’t want to get married and we have a potential royal drive-by… as well as bumping into actual broadcast royalty! If you haven’t heard pa…
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Ashley James is our guest on Walking The Dog this week! Emily, Ashley and Ray met in London’s Green Park for a stroll past Buckingham Palace - where we were accompanied by the changing of the guard! Ashley has a poodle called Snoop, who currently lives with her parents in the Lake District - after Ashley’s dad absolutely fell in love with him... sh…
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We are back on Clapham Common for the second part of our walk with the wonderful Kate Thornton. Kate tells us all about how her career shifted from print journalism on TV, how she feels about her time as the first host of The X Factor, and the value she places on her female friendships. If you haven’t heard part one of our chat yet - you can listen…
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Today Emily and Raymond are on Clapham Common with the legendary broadcaster Kate Thornton! Kate doesn’t have a dog, but she says she melts in the presence of canine beauty - and Ray absolutely adored her (I mean, who wouldn’t?!) . During our walk, Kate chats about summers in the Cotswolds spent in the back of her Dad’s dry cleaning van, her journe…
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We’re back in Victoria Park with Rhys “Rhysie Baby” James! In this part of the conversation, Emily delves into Rhys' personal life, Rhys tells us how he came to have a cat named by Bob Mortimer and all about writing his new podcast, the brilliant Dial F For Football. You can listen to the first part of our chat with Rhys here! Listen to Dial F For …
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Join Emily and Ray in London’s Victoria Park for a walk with the brilliant comedian Rhys James. Rhys is actually more of a cat man, but Raymond absolutely adored him nonetheless! Rhys tells us about growing up in Harpenden, what it meant to be a small boy at school, how he feels about being liked and the limited circumstances under which he will ac…
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We're back with Katherine Ryan, along with her dogs Meg, Manny and Cardi B - this time we're safely out of the mud in her back garden. Katherine tells us about what it was like to film her own reality show, attachment parenting and the benefits of coyote vests. You can listen to the first part of our walk here! Katherine will be on tour with Battle…
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This week on Walking The Dog, it's the one-and-only Katherine Ryan! We met Katherine in a location in Hertfordshire that was far too muddy for someone as glamorous as she... although Katherine dealt with it VERY well.... much better than Raymond. Katherine caught us up with her three dogs: Manny, Meg and new addition Cardi B - and they are all abso…
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In the second part of our walk with Angela Barnes, you join us back in Brighton's beautiful Stanmer Park with Tina and Raymond. Angela and Emily have an in-depth chat about ADHD, Angela catches us up on her wedding and she tells us all about her brilliant history podcast with John O'Farrell - We Are History. If you haven’t heard the first part of t…
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The brilliant stand-up comedian Angela Barnes joins Emily and Raymond for this week’s episode of Walking The Dog! Angela may think she’s a pessimist, but she certainly brightened our day… We met in Brighton’s Stanmer Park and Angela tells us all about how she was inspired by her dad (who ran a sex shop, if you didn’t know…) to start her comedy care…
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It’s time for the second part of our walk with Maisie Adam! Maisie tells us all about her first experience on a TV panel show, what it was like to be a news story as a child and she reminisces about her first date with her now husband - which took place right here on Brighton Beachfront! Maisie will be heading round the UK this autumn with her bran…
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This week on Walking The Dog, join Raymond and Emily for a seafront stroll in Brighton with the brilliant comedian Maisie Adam! Maisie grew up with dogs… although she doesn’t have one at the moment - but this walk might just convince her to get one! Maisie tells us about a very telling moment in her school nativity, what it was like growing up muck…
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We’re back for the second part of our walk in North London’s Highbury Fields with Marcus Brigstocke. Marcus tells us all about his fabulous wife Rachel Parris and what it’s like working together on their new podcast, How Was It For You? We also discuss Marcus’s starring roles: Love Actually, Hole In The Wall… and King Stupid. If you haven’t heard P…
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This week we’re in North London with the comedian and actor Marcus Brigstocke! Marcus doesn’t have a dog - however, he does have an elderly chameleon called Roy… maybe it's time for a "Walking The Chameleon" spin off?! Marcus is absolutely fascinating and wonderful company - and our walk covers everything from being comfortable with being called ‘p…
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In the second part of our walk with Al Murray - Emily and Al discuss his interest in history and his phenomenally successful podcast, what it's like to become a grandparent, and Emily asks the big question - why are men so interested in war? If you haven't heard the first part of this episode yet, you can listen to it here! Listen to Emily's first …
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This week on Walking The Dog - it's comedian, actor, musician, writer and podcaster Al Murray! Al doesn't have a dog (although he does have a fox living in his garden...) so Emily took Ray along for a stroll with him in West London's Ravenscourt Park. Al is currently on tour with his legendary character The Pub Landlord as well as writing a new his…
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The fabulous Richard Arnold and his Cockapoo Clemmie join Emily and Raymond on Walking The Dog this week! Richard is Good Morning Britain's Entertainment Editor and he is one of the most well-loved faces on breakfast television. Clemmie's a bit of a heartbreaker - she and Richard are pretty much besotted with each other! During our stroll, Richard …
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In the second part of our walk with podcaster, historian and author Tom Holland - we dive into Tom’s phenomenally successful career: his surprising start in literature, what it means to be a popular historian and the unstoppable rise of the podcast he hosts with Dominic Sandbrook, The Rest Is History. If you haven’t heard the first part of this epi…
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Join Emily and Raymond for a walk in South London’s Brockwell Park with superstar podcaster, historian and author Tom Holland. Although Tom is more of a cat man these days, he tells us about his beloved childhood dog, a bearded-collie called Ben. He also tells us about growing up with a fascination for dinosaurs, the foundation of his passion for h…
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Join Emily and Ray for a walk in Battersea Park with the absolutely brilliant presenter and podcaster Vogue Williams - and her two dogs Bertie and Winston. Quite how she found the time to take the time for a walk with us, we'll never know! Alongside looking after her two adorable dogs, Vogue hosts her phenomenally successful podcasts: My Therapist …
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This week, Emily and Ray are in Cambridgeshire with the brilliant comedian, writer and political commentator Geoff Norcott and his dog Anne-Marie (or Annie, to her friends!) Geoff tells us what it is to be a bloke, how being part of a news story makes him feel and what it means for your child to say that they like you. The podcast takes a surreal t…
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This week on Walking The Dog, legendary comedian Ross Noble joins Emily and Raymond for a stroll around Regent's Park in North London. Since he last came on the podcast, Ross has moved to Australia! His cockapoodle-doodle-doos Baxter and Baguette are doing well, and they have been joined by Indie the (rather lively) bearded collie. Ross discusses h…
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Join Emily and Raymond for a walk in London's Richmond Park with Sabrina Dhowre Elba - Canadian model, UN Goodwill Ambassador and co-founder of S'ABLE Labs - the melanin inclusive skincare brand. Sabrina talks about her childhood in Canada and the sacrifices made by her mother which led to her earning a philosophy degree with the aim of becoming a …
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Join Emily and Raymond for a walk with the hugely talented comic and globally celebrated actor Kerry Godliman and her lovely scottie westie cross, Molly. Pottering around Beckenham Place Park on a freezing January day, Emily chats about the time she met Kerry's parents, how Kerry feels about being 'no nonsense' and how her life has changed (or not!…
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This week, Emily and Ray took a trip to the seaside to go for a walk with comedian Suzi Ruffell. Suzi tells us how her life has changed since becoming a mum and moving to Brighton - and why it’s so important for her to talk openly about being gay and having a happy, successful life. Despite being more of a cat person, Ray and Suzi totally hit it of…
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Join Emily and Ray for a stroll on London's Hampstead Heath with award-winning comedian, actor and poet Tim Key. Tim doesn't have a dog, but if anyone can lure him over to the dog side... it's Raymond. Tim discusses being a shy guy at school, his relationship with Steve Coogan and how he feels about dancing on television. Follow Tim on Instagram @T…
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He's back, and this time he has a dog - and an MBE! Today, Emily and Raymond head for a North London stroll with the legendary Frank Skinner and his dog Poppy. Frank chats about sharing his bedroom with an owl, what it means to be capable of kindness and how life with a dog has made his family feel more complete. 30 Years Of Dirt is playing at the …
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We're back in the study for the second part of Emily's chat with Lee Mack. Lee discusses his role in The Unfriend, his relationship with comedy and his friendship with the late Sean Lock. If you haven't heard part one yet, catch up here. This episode contains some strong language towards the end. The Unfriend is playing at the Wyndham's Theatre unt…
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This week on Walking The Dog, Emily and Ray spend a rainy afternoon with Lee Mack! He's the first guest to ever make a third appearance on the podcast and since we last spoke, Lee has got another dog. Lee chats about his relationship with class and feeding his dogs a part-vegan diet - and Ray disgraces himself in Lee's study. The second part of Emi…
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This week, Emily and Raymond take a walk with broadcaster and author Clare Balding at Chiswick House in West London. Clare takes us along the route she used to walk with her beloved Tibetan Terrier, Archie, and tells us about how animals have played a huge part in her life - she even got given a horse by the Queen! Clare's book Isle of Dogs is avai…
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Emily and Raymond head to London’s Regent's Park to take a walk with actual astronaut, Tim Peake! Tim chats about his dog Woody, reflects on his childhood dreams and the journey that led him to spending six months on the International Space Station. And, of course, Emily finds out whether Tim thinks Ray would be a good space dog! Tim Peake’s latest…
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To kick off their first show back, Emily and Raymond take a walk with political legend and host of the UK’s biggest podcast, Alastair Campbell. Strolling over London’s Hampstead Heath with his dog Skye, he reflects on his family and childhood, his time at Number 10, how he manages his mental health and what he loves most about The Rest is Politics.…
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Dust off your walking boots because Emily and Raymond are back - with the all new Walking The Dog, now releasing episodes weekly. Join writer and broadcaster Emily Dean, with the world's most ridiculous Shih Tzu, Raymond, as they join household names for an extraordinary dog walk. Make sure you're subscribed - so you don't miss the first episode on…
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This week Emily and Ray went for a walk in Catford with Fern Brady. They chatted about her childhood in Scotland, growing up with undiagnosed Autism and why comedy is the perfect career for her. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This week Emily and Ray headed to the Oxfordshire countryside for a walk with Susie Dent. They chatted about growing up with her love of languages, being the Queen of Dictionary Corner and her podcast, Something Rhymes with Purple. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more i…
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This week Emily and Ray went for a stroll with Martin Kemp in Battersea. They chatted about his years in Spandau Ballet, the pressures of fame that came from his time in Eastenders and his new book, Ticket to the World: My 80s Story. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more…
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This week Emily headed to Herefordshire for a walk with Bez and his dogs, Snoop and Yoko. They chatted about how he came to join Happy Mondays, being a first-time dog owner, and his new book, Buzzin’ By Bez. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This week Emily and Ray took a stroll in Hyde Park with Dawn O’Porter. They chatted about Dawn’s pet history, dealing with grief, meeting her husband, Chris O’Dowd and her new book, Cat Lady. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This week Emily and Ray went to North London to meet Nick Grimshaw and his dog, Stinky Blob. They chatted about Grimmy’s childhood in Oldham, his incredible experiences during his radio career and his new memoir, Soft Lad. Season 2 of Nick's podcast, Dish is is launching in November. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoi…
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