It Can't Just Be Me

It Can't Just Be Me

Anna Richardson is primed and ready to solve that big dilemma in your life. And she’s invited some very special celebrity guests and experts to help. Have questions about sex? Divorce? Motherhood? Menopause? Mental health? With no topic off limits, Anna and the podcast are here to prove that whatever you’re going through, it’s not just you. 

Podcast Episodes

Just listen to one episode, you'll come back for more!

36: Can Porn be Ethical? With Megan Barton-Hanson and Ruby Rare
February 21, 2024
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36: Can Porn be Ethical? With Megan Barton-Hanson and Ruby Rare

Nearly 14 million people watch porn every month in the UK alone. Yet, many people keep their relationship with porn under wraps – a secret between us and our screens. In this episode, Anna opens conversations about porn into the public sphere by having an honest and frank conversation about porn...

35: Lover or Scammer? With Kelle Bryan and Becky Holmes
February 14, 2024
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35: Lover or Scammer? With Kelle Bryan and Becky Holmes

For this Valentine’s Day special , Anna is joined in the studio by actor, broadcaster and CEO Kelle Bryan, alongside author Becky Holmes to deep dive into romance scams and coercive relationships. With psychotherapist Fiona Kau , Anna and her guests share their personal experiences of scams and ...

34: Menopause Special – with Kate Thornton & Dr. Louise Newson
February 07, 2024
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34: Menopause Special – with Kate Thornton & Dr. Louise Newson

A couple of weeks ago, Anna asked you to get in touch with your questions about the menopause. And, oh boy – did you deliver! We were inundated with your responses – which varied from questions about vaginal dryness, worries about the impact of menopause on libido, concerns around HRT, and experien...

33: Grief and Guilt? With Vogue Williams
January 31, 2024
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33: Grief and Guilt? With Vogue Williams

Anna is joined this week by Irish icon, Vogue Williams – one of the few people who could bring a touch of humour to the difficult subject of grief. Vogue reflects on her own experience of navigating grief, after losing her dad, Freddie, in 2010. She recounts the guilt she felt following his passing...