New Clothes-Based Podcast From Kiri Pritchard-McLean

New Clothes-Based Podcast From Kiri Pritchard-McLean

Jonathan Ross is the first guest on Kiri Pritchard-McLean's new  clothes-based podcast, Who Are You Wearing? Guests will be chatting to Kiri each week about the clothes and style that have become synonymous with who they are. 

In each episode Kiri will chat to her celebrity guest about the influence that clothing has had on their lives, through their childhood and teens to present day and even the future of their own personal style. 

As Edna Woolman Chase, Vogue’s longest serving Editor-in-Chief, said, “Fashion can be bought, style one must possess”. And boy, do these guests have style. Sara Pascoe extols the joy of buttons, Susan Wokoma talks us through dressing for the red carpet and Darren Harriott confesses to being an emo too scared to actually get a piercing. Future guests include Laura Whitmore, Joe Black, Sindhu Vee, Joe Lycett, Rosie Jones, Lolly Adefope, Sofie Hagen and Glamrou.

Who Are You Wearing? is a podcast that celebrates the good, the bad and the ugly (diamanté thongs anyone?) of clothing and fashion and ultimately, style. 

Kiri has appeared on Live at the Apollo, Have I Got News For You, 8 Out of 10 Cats  and Would I Lie to You. She is the host of Radio 4 Extra’s Newsjack and as well as appearing on the Russell Howard Hour, she is a writer for the show.

Already a hugely popular regular on the comedy circuit, Kiri is director and co-writer with the Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominated Gein’s Family Giftshop and the cult hit sketch show, Tarot. 

Kiri’s hit, true crime podcast with Rachel Fairburn, All Killa No Filla is a phenomenon with over 350,000 monthly listeners. The live shows have been a huge success with the pair touring America and selling out a UK tour in 2019. 

During Lockdown Kiri was the landlady of virtual pub The Covid Arms hosting a hugely successful weekly comedy night to raise money for performers affected by the closure of venues and also The Trussell Trust. Live At The Covid Arms is now a monthly event and has so far raised over £150,000 for The Trussell Trust.

Available weekly from 28th June wherever you get your podcasts including Audioboom, iTunes, Spotify and Google Podcast

 

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