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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.

Jun 14, 2017

Sofie talks to actor and comedian Andi Osho about the Miser, drinking, McDonald’s, 10 hour TV shows, being too much, awkward teenage years, beauty secrets and arm shaving, anxiety, being a Londoner, integral studies (what? I know!), letting go, rock bottom moments, playing it cool, male privilege and white privilege,...

Jun 7, 2017

Sofie talks to comedian Aatif Nawaz about having a muslim fanbase, Islam, eggs on balconies, comedy and religion, the London terror attack, comedy, tray charges, privileges, Scottish Curry award shows, career and the beauty of Islam.
Artwork by Linda Brinkhaus
Jingle by Bailey Lenart
A huge thanks to Phoenix Artist...

May 31, 2017

Sofie talks to comedian Athena Kugblenu about South Africa, panafricanism, black thought, inferiority and superiority, privilege, colonialism and street names, the Barbados slave code, capitalism, oppression, being ‘othered’, dogs and cats, resistance, trying to change the world… and the weather.
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May 24, 2017

Sofie talks to comedian Ross Noble about working with Mel Brooks, stress, playing as a child - and an adult, talking about serious things on stage, being cool/uncool, funerals, school, loving the circus, dancing to Westlife, Take That and Louis Walsh, cultural appropriation, fangirling over Hadley Fraser and the ins and...

May 17, 2017

In this very special episode, Sofie speaks to comedian and TV star Alison Spittle about punching blueberries, women and murder, boybands, Alison’s sitcom, going in too hard, jealousy, making friends, sending weird things on Amazon and… there’s singing.
Artwork by Linda Brinkhaus
Jingle by Bailey Lenart
A huge...