Celebrity event planner and luxury consultant Liz Taylor returns on September 8, 2022, with the fifth season of her hit podcast, Events That Made Me, where she asks a range of high-profile guests to describe four key events that contributed to their success.
The podcast, a regular in Apple’s top ten Business and Entrepreneur podcast charts, kicks off by featuring ‘no holds barred’ conversations with an inspirational all-female line-up. This includes Coronation Street actress Sally Dynevor MBE, fitness and wellness guru Julie Neville, broadcaster Vanessa Feltz, musical theatre actress Frances Ruffelle and Dragon’s Den entrepreneur Sara Davis MBE. Each guest sharing pivotal events in their personal and professional journeys, revealing moments never discussed publicly before.
Events That Made Me – Inspirational Women is available to listen on your chosen platform from 10am on September 8, 2022, by clicking: https://podfollow.com/etmm-liz-taylor
Episode highlights include:
Episode 1 – Sally Dynevor: “Dancing on Ice terrified me, but it was the best thing I’ve ever done.”
The series starts with an in-depth discussion with actress Sally Dynevor in which she talks movingly about life imitating art, as her battle with breast cancer unveiled at the same time as her on screen character in Coronation Street. Sally shares her fears of signing up for ITV’s hit show Dancing on Ice, and why it went on to become one of the best things she’s ever done. Family, motherhood and breaking into the world of showbiz, Sally and Liz discuss past successes and hopes for the future.
To hear the full story, listen to Events That Made Me – Inspirational Women season five with Sally Dynevor from 10am on September 8, 2022
Episode 2 – Julie Neville: “I was diagnosed with skin cancer during covid.”
An intimate chat with Julie Neville – fitness enthusiast, entrepreneur, master organiser, and wife of football star Philip Neville. The interview reveals that during the pandemic she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of skin cancer and received emergency treatment during the family’s move to Miami.
Speaking of the diagnosis and how she kept it from everyone, including family and friends, Julie said: “I’ve never talked about this. If any of my friends that hear this now … the phone is going to be ringing saying ‘oh my God, you drive us mad. You never tell anybody anything. We don’t know if you’re happy or you’re sad.”
She went on to describe the moment she found out the news: “Within an hour of him (Phil) landing in Miami I got the call to say it was an aggressive cancerous tumour in my face and that I needed to go to the Christie’s and have it removed.”
To hear the full story, listen to Events That Made Me – Inspirational Women season five with Julie Neville from 10am on September 22, 2022.
Also, still to come, what is Vanessa Feltz’s biggest regret? And how did being fired lead to the break of a lifetime for actress Frances Ruffelle?
Since its launch, the Events That Made Me Podcast has featured in the top 10 of the Apple Business and Entrepreneur Podcast charts. With series six in the pipeline, the podcast has become a regular fixture for entertainment, arts, and business playlists.
The eclectic blend of guests is drawn from a wide range of genre – from media to music, sculpture to sports, food to floristry, and business to LGBT+ campaigning. Catherine Tyldesley, Gok Wan, Ruth Langsford, Lisa Riley, Sally Lindsay, Eamonn Holmes, Antony Cotton, Howard Donald, Tom Kerridge, Katie McGlynn, and The Apprentice ‘Queen of Mean’ Linda Plant were just some of the celebrity guests to share the highs and lows of their road to stardom in previous seasons of Events That Made Me. Each episode is accompanied by an Air Extension bonus episode, where the host shares the interview elements that resonated with her own experiences. Plus, special series and stand-alone episodes focusing on entrepreneurs, International Women’s Day, and LGBT+ Month are all still available at https://www.liz-taylor-consulting.co.uk/index.php/ltc-media/podcasts/