GLAMOUR Presents: Hey It’s OK

GLAMOUR Presents: Hey It’s OK

United Kingdom

Jo Elvin, editor-in-chief of British GLAMOUR, presents the talk show version of the magazine’s popular Hey It’s OK feature. Each week, Jo is joined by two members of the GLAMOUR team and a celebrity guest to mull over the burning questions that have got the office talking, from the sublime to the ridiculous.

Episodes

Sexiest Men Special: Types, Crushes & Illicit Fancies  

You've voted in your thousands, and now GLAMOUR's 100 Sexiest Men list is here, along with a special Hey, It's OK... episode. Jo is joined by Junior Beauty Editor Dominique Temple and Managing Editor Lucy Jones to ask hey, is it OK to have a physical "type"? Are guilty crushes a thing? And what about fancying people when you're in a relationship? Episode produced by Kat Brown with music by Martin Austwick. Head to glamour.com today for the full list, and read more in the January issue of GLAMOUR, in stores on Thursday.

13. Jameela Jamil, Domesticity, Pre-Internet & Sexiness  

The model, presenter and now TV star Jameela Jamil joins Jo and Assistant Editor Natasha Poliszczuk in the podcupboard to talk through all things serious and...less so. This week we ask, hey: is it OK to like domesticity and housework; to really miss the time before the internet; and to not be sexy? "I've been doing it for many years now," says Jo. "It's fine!" Plus, we talk about Jameela's new HBO show, The Good Place, in which she stars alongside Anna from Frozen and Ted Danson. Winning. The GLAMOUR podcast is edited by Kat Brown, with music by Martin Austwick. Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

11. Katherine Ryan, Pessimism, Vaginas & Patriotism  

Stand-up comedian and "Crouch End's derelict mum", Katherine Ryan, joins Jo Elvin and Deputy Editor Lindsay Frankel to ask, do you need to knock that negative voice in your head out cold? Is it OK to be embarrassed by anatomical terms? And is it OK to be patriotic? Music by Martin Austwick, podcast edited by Kat Brown. Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

11. Dawn O'Porter, Shower Rituals, Small Annoyances & Bad Haircuts  

The author, broadcaster and GLAMOUR columnist Dawn O'Porter joins Jo and Deputy Editor Lindsay Frankel in the podcupboard to talk about her podcast Get It On, first world problems and a world of splendid chat. Plus we ask, hey is it OK: to have an "order of service" for getting ready in the bathroom (or is this just mad?); to get hugely annoyed over tiny things, or to cry over a really bad haircut. Music by Martin Austwick, podcast edited by Kat Brown. Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

10. Melanie C, Pre-Arguments, Adulting & Toddler Teas  

Melanie C joins Jo and Deputy Editor Lindsay Frankel in the GLAMOUR podcupboard to talk about her sixth album and life as a modern Spice Girl, and to discuss the important/massively unimportant topics that have rocked the GLAMOUR office this week. Hey, is it OK to have an argument in your head before you actually have it with someone else? Are there things you should be capable of as an adult which simply pass you by? And toddler teas: is it OK to eat like a kid who's only just grown teeth the minute that you're on your own and looking for comfort in a fish finger sandwich? These and other crucial topics of debate are up for discussion. Find more in the Hey It's OK page of the December issue of GLAMOUR, on sale now. Music by Martin Austwick, podcast edited by Kat Brown. Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

9. Marian Keyes, Hating Christmas, Feminism & Makeup, & Romance Novels  

Marian Keyes, bestselling author and beauty junkie extraordinaire, for book chat about Making It Up As I Go Along, her collection of journalism and essays now available in in paperback. Accompanying them is Claudia O'Mahoney, Executive Fashion and Beauty Director and guardian of GLAMOUR's longest job titles. Together they ask: is it OK to hate Christmas - or really adore it? Can you be a good feminist and still love makeup, and romance novels? (And why are so many things that women like judged to be lacking?) Music by Martin Austwick and edited by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

8. Caroline Flack, Proposals, Saying No & Money  

Jo is joined in the podcupboard by TV and radio presenter (and Strictly winner) Caroline Flack, and GLAMOUR's Associate Editor James Williams. This week they discuss OTT proposals - is it ok to just go low-key, or do you need to have an Instagrammable moment? - the bliss of turning things down, and how to do this politely; and careers and money. How far do you pursue your passion before bills become a priority? Oh, and that time Caroline and Olly Murs found Justin Bieber had left his pants behind in the X Factor dressing room. Sure. Music by Martin Austwick and edited by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

7. Louise Pentland, Social Media, Fashion & Prudishness  

Happy podcast day! Jo is joined by Louise Pentland: the vlogging and blogging superstar behind Sprinkle of Glitter. Deputy Features Editor Lisa Harvey and Junior Beauty Writer Rebecca Fearn join Louise and Jo in the podcupboard to talk about not getting involved in social media; shamelessly loving fashion; and X-rating it up with talk about being prudish. Plus Louise tells us the joys of "fleshy square pants", and what it's like to move her extremely popular YouTube channel away from its tween-friendly feel to something that feels more authentic to her as an adult. Music by Martin Austwick and edited by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

7. Louise Pentland, Social Media, Fashion & Prudes  

Happy podcast day! Jo is joined by Louise Pentland: the vlogging and blogging superstar behind Sprinkle of Glitter. Deputy Features Editor Lisa Harvey and Junior Beauty Writer Rebecca Fearn join Louise and Jo in the podcupboard to talk about not getting involved in social media; shamelessly loving fashion; and X-rating it up with talk about being prudish. Plus Louise tells us the joys of "fleshy square pants", and what it's like to move her extremely popular YouTube channel away from its tween-friendly feel to something that feels more authentic to her as an adult. Music by Martin Austwick and edited by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

6. Elizabeth Hurley, Breast Cancer Awareness, Royals & Winter  

The actress, entrepreneur, and official sexiest-voiced person alive Elizabeth Hurley enters the exquisite elegance of the GLAMOUR podcupboard to talk about Breast Cancer Awareness month. With Editor-in-Chief Jo Elvin off at Fashion Week, another familiar voice from the podcast takes the reins: this episode is hosted by Associate Editor James Williams. Social Media Editor Kat Brown and Assistant Editor Lindsay Frankel join them to talk about the importance of learning how your breasts change through the month (boys included!) and how to keep an eye on what they're up to. Plus, why we can't get enough of the Royal Family, and how soon is too soon to build a fort out of mulled wine and jumpers and pledge allegiance to all things winter. Music by Martin Austwick and produced by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

5. Rylan Clark-Neal, Crying, Letches & Life Plans  

Jo is joined by Rylan Clark-Neal, host of The Xtra Factor, and bestselling author of The Life of Rylan. Also lurking in the high-octane glamour of the podcasting cupboard are Associate Editor James Williams and Social Media Editor Kat Brown, who join Jo and Rylan to discuss crying at work, whether it’s ok to letch over men (cough, Poldark) and having (or not) a life plan. Plus, Rylan tells us a truly traumatic story involving a magpie, and Jo and James reveal the truth about GLAMOUR’s fashion cage. Music by Martin Austwick and produced by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

4. Laura Whitmore, Going Dutch, Compliments & Telling People Off  

Jo is joined in the podcupboard by GLAMOUR's own Strictly columnist, Laura Whitmore, who opened the series on Friday as the show's first dancer, and who really didn't believe we recorded in a cupboard, bless her. Expect photographic evidence spread throughout the podcast. GLAMOUR's Strictly mega fan, Associate Editor James Williams, joins them to talk about the first week on the dance floor, as well as what got the office talking this week. So in this week's virtual features meeting, we're asking, hey: is it ok to wonder about the politics of going Dutch on dates; to take a compliment; and to tell someone off in public? Plus, Laura dishes the dirt on what's being discussed in the Strictly contestants' WhatsApp group, who's refused to have a fake tan, and how on earth you go to the loo in those costumes. If you'd like to take part in the show, tweet in your topic suggestions using #HeyItsOK. Music by Martin Austwick and produced by Kat Brown. Find GLAMOUR (and Laura's brilliant Strictly blog) online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and TWitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

3. Claudia Winkleman, Friend Break-ups, Being Booze-Free & Crap Dancing  

Jo is joined by Claudia Winkleman, beloved co-presenter of Strictly Come Dancing and one of GLAMOUR’s favourite people, to discuss things that matter, and things that really don’t. Assistant Editor Lindsay Frankel and Fashion Features Editor Ella Alexander join Jo and Claudia in the impossibly tiny pod-cupboard to talk about whether you should end a friendship that isn’t working, being considered “boring” if you don’t drink alcohol, and how to embrace the art of really bad dancing. Music by Martin Austwick and produced by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

2. Rochelle Humes, Hug-Hating, 'Boys' Food' (eurgh) & Bras  

Jo is joined by Rochelle Humes, singer in The Saturdays, and host of Ninja Warrior and the forthcoming The Next Great Magician on ITV This week’s Tweedledum and Tweedledee from the GLAMOUR office are Lindsay Frankel, Assistant Editor, and James Williams, Associate Editor, and they join Jo and Rochelle to chew over hating hugs from people you don’t really know, Jo nearly killing Giorgio Armani, assumptions of “boys” vs “girls” food, and putting your bra on “like a little girl” (ah, Twitter). Music by Martin Austwick and produced by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

1. Emma Willis, Justin Bieber, Food Guilt & Phones  

Jo is joined by Emma Willis, who talks about The Voice’s move to ITV and being separated from her screen husband Marvin Humes. Lisa Harvey (Deputy Features Editor) and Kat Brown (Social Media Editor) join them to discuss the Biebs, saying F-off to food guilt, and phone obsession. Music by Martin Austwick and produced by Kat Brown Find GLAMOUR online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk, on Facebook and Twitter @glamourmaguk, and on Instagram and Snapchat, @glamouruk.

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