How to listen to free chat show podcast - with guest Trisha Goddard
Fancy a gossip with the girls - then tune into Unleashed: The Game Changers - a new apple podcast and YouTube Talk Show.
Created by female entrepreneur and equality champion Paola Diana, she interviews some of her closest celebrity friends about their love life, careers, family and dreams.
With a new episode each week, first episode on Friday May 22 is with Trisha Goddard, pioneering TV presenter and first black woman to front a British chat show.
During the podcast, Trisha opens up about dating younger men, sex in your 60s and controlling men, what it’s like to be the breadwinner in a marriage and boyfriends who need mothering.
Other women that Paola interviews include Sarah Ho, award-winning jewellery designer and granddaughter of the legendary tycoon Stanley Ho, who has collaborated with both Coutts Bank and William & Son on her jewellery lines.
TV chef and cookery author Ching He Huang, about how financial setbacks paved the way to her success.
Award-winning film-makers and pioneering LGBTQ couple Shamim Sarif and Hanan Kattan who talk about diversity, prejudice and religion.
Tessy Antony de Nassau, formerly Princess Tessy of Luxembourg, is a former member of the grand ducal family of Luxembourg as the ex-wife of Prince Louis of Luxembourg.
Paola suffered physical and psychological abuse at the hands of her father, which led to bulimia and depression.
Escaping at 19 to attend university, she never returned to her family.
Instead she carved a path for herself. Despite facing sexual discrimination, she forged a career as one of the only females in Italy working in politics.She ran a Think Tank in support of the former Prime Minister of Italy and President of the European Commission, Romano Prodi’s political campaign.
Then she went on to found her own Think Tank PariMerito (Equal Merit), which she used to lobby the Italian government to pass new equality laws in the workplace, including a new bill requiring every company board to have a minimum 30 per cent female representation.
Three times in her life, shas moved to completely new cities where she knew no one and made a success of the move.