Boobs: they’re complicated things. People’s relationships with their chests can reveal a lot about them and the world around them. In Boob Share, the entertaining, inspiring, taboo-busting podcast from breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! and Global, journalist, social media personality and lover of boobs Jackie Adedeji will chat to famous faces and explore the relationship they have with their chest.
From bra fitting to boob sweat and everything in between, Jackie will entice each guest to tell all about their boobs and pecs in a bid to get people chatting about and checking theirs.
Boobs shape us; they reveal our thoughts, stories, backgrounds and opinions. Big, small, non-existent, developed early, still growing, bra-free, plastic, contoured, lifted, reduced, supersized, saggy, maternal, sexualised, exposed, shamed, exploited, embraced…each episode sees Jackie joined by a celebrity guest for hilarious weekly features and upfront chat where nothing is off-limits.
Guests joining Jackie across the series include Giovanna Fletcher, Rosie Jones, Candice Brathwaite, Joanna Chimomondes and Olivia Bowen.
“I am buzzed to be hosting a podcast where people can celebrate each other and talk about the things that make us unique and yes, that includes ALL our wonderful-wobbly bits…this is a boob-positive space! Warning: there’s a lot of oversharing but it wouldn’t be a podcast if there wasn’t!” said host Jackie Adedeji.
Boob Share is for all guys, gals, and non-binary pals getting to know their body, with listeners encouraged to be aware that breast cancer can affect anyone and everyone regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, ability or other defining characteristic.
In the UK, 1 in 7 women will be affected by breast cancer and around 400 men are diagnosed every year. In women aged 25-49, breast cancer is the most common cancer, accounting for more than 4 in 10 (44%) of all cases. If diagnosed early, breast cancer can be very treatable and CoppaFeel! is the first breast cancer charity in the UK to solely create awareness amongst young people. They exist to give all young people the best chance of surviving breast cancer, by ensuring that every case is diagnosed early and correctly. To do this, CoppaFeel! drive greater breast awareness in young people, not only giving them the tools to check, but the confidence to seek help if they notice a change, and the reassurance that they are the best advocates for themselves and their health.
“We’ve been talking boobs, pecs and chests for years and we’re so excited to be finally launching our very first podcast which hopes to encourage even more people to join the conversation and normalise boob chat. Whatever your relationship with yours, we want you to get it off your chest!” said Harri Lowndes, Marketing Manager from CoppaFeel!
Listen to Boob Share every Monday from 9th August on Global Player.