THIN with Emma Woolf: Writer and Journalist
My guest this week is writer, broadcaster, and journalist; Emma Woolf. Emma’s a prolific author (and journalist + broadcaster) – several of her books focus on eating disorders, including her own journey. As National Eating Disorder Awareness Week approaches, Emma and I discuss the impact of ED’s on life (for everyone involved), recovery and so much more.
Emma Woolf is a writer, critic, journalist, former columnist for The Times and Newsweek, and TV presenter on Channel 4’s Supersize vs Superskinny. Often heard debating and reviewing on BBC Radio 4 and Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio Ulster.
Bestselling books include:
- An Apple a Day: A Memoir of Love and Recovery from Anorexia
- The Ministry of Thin: How the Pursuit of Perfection Got Out of Control
- Letting Go: How To Heal Your Hurt, Love Your Body & Transform Your Life
- Positively Primal: Finding Health & Happiness in a Hectic World
- The A-Z of Eating Disorders
- Wellbeing: Body Confidence, Health & Happiness
- Ways of Escape
- England’s Lane
What we cover:
- The concept of thinness
- Eating Disorders
- New motherhood