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The Made of Human Podcast, also called MohPod, is about connection. I sit down with a lovely person and we talk about life. I want to find out how to cope with being an adult person. I want to find out how to deal with all of the confusing bits of life. All of the hurtful bits of life. I want to sit, for just an hour, with a great person and learn from them. And - if they have no idea how to 'adult', then that will be absolutely okay - at least we will have an hour of feeling like we're not the only ones in the world.

Feb 21, 2018

Sofie talks to returning guest comedian, writer and sex worker Avery Edison about being transgender, feeling like a dinosaur, why “cops aren’t human”, restorative justice, what comedy and sex work have in common, bi-polar disorder, being sent to a men's prison in Canada, the difference between handcuffs and...


Feb 14, 2018

Sofie talks to Ola The Comedian about why South Africa should be the new Edinburgh, private schools and privileged white boys, going from banker to standup, an unexpected connection between porn and comedy, the female-run cabal that ran his childhood, the luxury of a black and white perspective and a really weird gig in...


Feb 7, 2018

Sofie talks to writer, actor and comedian Lolly Adefope about playing up to expectations, race and reviews, Andrew Lawrence and “women posing as comedians”, who you are when you’re alone, fantasies and daydreams and being very cool when meeting Harry Styles.

Artwork by Linda Brinkhaus

Jingle by Bailey Lenart


Jan 24, 2018

Sofie talks to writer and director Stuart Saint about dating while being HIV positive, what it means to be “undetectable”, chemotherapy and misconceptions, PEP treatment, being starved of real reality, the laws of attraction and vibrational manifestation and being addicted to life.

TRIGGER WARNING: Discussion of...


Jan 18, 2018

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.

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