‘It’s Complicated’ launched in 2019 and has just finished streaming Series Six. The digital detox podcast features Tanya chatting to an inspiring group of celebrities, academics and experts about their complicated relationship with their smartphones.
‘It’s Complicated’ launched February 2019 and was selected by iTunes for its New & Noteworthy podcast feature in its first few weeks of launch. In each series, Tanya discusses how being over-connected to your smartphone can affect everything from your physical health, your mental health, your work and your sex life. The goal with all these conversations is to untangle what a healthy relationship with your phone looks like and to empower the listener with tips and ideas to leave them feeling healthier, happier, and with hours more time in their day.
Co-host of the ‘You, me and the Big C’ podcast, founder of Girl Vs Cancer and breast cancer survivor, Lauren Mahon, joins Tanya to talk about what her experience can teach us all right now about dealing with uncertainty, anxiety, and taking one day at a time.
Former Deputy Leader of the Labour Party talks about how his relationship with tech has changed, from his time as an MP and Shadow Minister for Digital Culture, Media and Sport, through to his new life as an author and Chair of UK Music.
Activist and campaigner Seyi talks to Tanya about the founding of her non-profit Glitch which campaigns against online abuse, and how we can all learn to be better digital citizens.
Tanya talks to Jamie Laing about how his relationship with social media has changed over his ten years of starring in one of Britain’s most high profile TV shows Made In Chelsea.
Tanya chats with ‘craftivist’ Shannon who uses art and craft to build community offline, by connecting people online through crafting projects and activism
Thomas chats to Tanya about the positive and inspirational digital media brand encouraging meaningful real-world connections with their YouTube challenges.
Social sex entrepreneur chats to Tanya about her social sex website ‘Make Love Not Porn’ and why she’s pro-sex, pro-porn, pro-knowing the difference.
Ex-Love Island contestant and A&E doctor Alex George kicks off Season Three talking about the impact of social media on mental health.
This week Tanya is talking to entrepreneur and businesswoman Kristina Karlsson, Founder and Creative Director of global Swedish design and stationery business kikki.k, about how she gets a better balance with tech while running her global business.