The number one French feminist native podcast La Poudre is going global with new English-dubbed episodes
PRESS RELEASE — September 24, 2019
La Poudre, hosted by the French feminist journalist Lauren Bastide, releases this fall three new English-dubbed episodes to its ever-growing English-speaker audience.
With almost 60 episodes and more than 500 000 listeners each month, La Poudre offers an intimate, in-depth conversation with inspiring women; and not only french ones! Lauren Bastide has already welcomed in La Poudre the British best-seller author Reni Eddo-Lodge, the young Greenlandic queer writer Niviaq Korneliussen and the great American feminist activist Gloria Steinem.
In september 2018, the first dubbed versions of some of La Poudre’s episodes were released: in-depth conversations between Lauren Bastide and the great writer and instagrammer Sophie Fontanel, the Goncourt prize winner Leïla Slimani and the afro-feminist filmmaker Amandine Gay were made available to an international audience.
The podcast continues to make its contribution to the global feminist revolution by allowing as many people as possible to discover French feminist thinkers through new releases in English. La Poudre also satisfies the demand of its English-speaking audience, regularly asking for translations of previous episodes.
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