You know Dua Lipa as a singer, writer, movie junkie, bookworm, and an inquiring mind. Now, she’s adding podcaster to her resumé. Dua Lipa: At Your Service is an interview series brimming with inspiring stories and tools, tips, and recommendations learned and shared by some of the world’s most exciting minds – people revolutionising not just their own industries, but also culture more broadly. From fashion to music, literature to activism, At Your Service’s guests will go deep on successes, failures, and obstacles, and what we can learn from them, too.
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After 11 episodes featuring powerful, funny, moving, and motivational interviews with some amazing guests, I thought it might be fun to turn the microphone around on myself for a change. We recorded this episode backstage at my Cardiff Arena show, just before soundcheck. I wanted to look back and share some of my takeaways from this series, and answer some of the great questions you’ve been kind enough to send in to email@example.com [firstname.lastname@example.org]. I’m also pulling back the curtain on the recording process and sharing some behind-the-scenes goss! So join me for an episode filled with insider secrets, reflections, and the lessons I’ve learned whilst always remaining At Your Service. Dua x See omnystudio.com/listener [https://omnystudio.com/listener] for privacy information.
This week’s Dua Lipa: At Your Service guest is actor, musician, activist, and (very!) recent Oscar winner Riz Ahmed. Their all-encompassing conversation explores Riz’s journey from Wembley to Hollywood with detours through Afghanistan and Pakistan; the unexpected parallels for a young Muslim man between the audition room and airport security; and how he snuck a music video into the Academy Awards nominations and came out a winner. See omnystudio.com/listener [https://omnystudio.com/listener] for privacy information.
In 2014, this week’s ‘At Your Service’ guest, Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad, was a young woman of 21, when at the height of the ISIS caliphate in Northern Iraq, ISIS surrounded her Yazidi community in the Sinjar region. Her brothers and mother were killed in a mass slaughter. Nadia and her sisters were abducted into sexual slavery. After she managed a remarkable and daring escape, she channeled her trauma to incredible effect, today advocating for survivors of genocide and sexual violence. She tells her story on this week’s episode, joined by her legal counsel, barrister Amal Clooney. Trigger warning: the material in this episode is powerful and inspiring, but it can also be disturbing and quite hard to hear. If you are sensitive to content about physical and sexual violence, or if you believe that you might find the discussion to be triggering, this episode may not be right for you. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com [https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com]See omnystudio.com/listener [https://omnystudio.com/listener] for privacy information.