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The Divorce Club


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The Divorce Club

A society podcast from Samantha Baines

Website: www.thedivorceclub.co.uk

Light-hearted yet penetrative interview show about divorce hosted by author, actor and broadcaster Samantha Baines, who recently got divorced (don’t worry she’s fine)! 

Changing the conversation around divorce.

Samantha is on a mission to discover how other people managed the weird and wonderful world of paperwork, tears, freedom, sex with strangers, and listing your ex’s belongings on eBay in this upbeat interview show. Whether you are part of The Divorce Club or not this is a fun, informative and touching look at how 42% of marriages end! 

Host: Samantha Baines

Check the description of each episode for trigger warnings.

Support the podcast and become part of the club on Patreon.
https://www.patreon.com/thedivorceclubpod

Twitter & instagram: @divorcepod & @samanthabaines
Email the show: thedivorceclubpod@gmail.com
Find episode transcripts at www.thedivorceclub.co.uk
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