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bbc woman's hour

Kate gives some advice on how to make and end friendships in this video for BBC Radio 4.

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australian telly

Kate appeared on The Today Show, The Daily Edition, ABC News Breakfast and Studio 10. This is a showreel of highlights. 

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channel 4 news

Kate spoke to Matt Frei about antidepressants, after a major study came out declaring that they work.

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bbc woman's hour

Kate was a guest on BBC Woman's Hour alongside Dolly Alderton to talk about female friendship and her book, The Friendship Cure.

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abc radio national life matters

Kate talks about friendship with ABC presenter Amanda Smith. 

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badass women's hour

Kate appears on the "Be Inspired" segment to talk about her book, The Friendship Cure.

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Kate recorded a live podcast with Emma Gannon at The Soho Hotel after a screening of Home Again. They talked moving cities, friendship and break-ups.

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studio ten

Kate was a guest on Australian breakfast TV show, Studio Ten, talking about the abuse women receive online and a video series she'd directed for Mamamia. 

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in my head with gemma cairney

Kate appears on presenter/journalist/champion Gemma Cairney's podcast series, In My Head, to talk about bipolar disorder. For The Pool.

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badass women's hour

Kate is a guest on TalkRadio's Badass Women's Hour, talking to hosts Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton about why Jane Austen is an historical badass (around the 38 minute mark).

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Nomad + spice podcast

Kate was interviewed by co-host Viv Egan about WhatsApp friendship, evolutionary psychology, her buddy trip to Greece and why she wrote her book, The Friendship Cure. 

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the huffington post

Kate was quoted in this HuffPost article by Rachel Moss, about the importance of male friendship.

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esquire

In light of the Weinstein revelations and #MeToo movement, Esquire asked Kate to provide some advice on how to support a woman who's been through sexual harassment or assault.

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conversations in reverse

Kate once did a somewhat ridiculous video where she interviewed author/legend Rosie Waterland while driving a self-reversing car.