Deborah Frances-White is a comedian & writer, best known for her podcast The Guilty Feminist which has had over 50 million downloads in under three years. She has toured internationally with The Guilty Feminist and performed it at The London Palladium, The Roundhouse and The Sydney Opera House. She is also the host and creator of podcast Global Pillage and created GrownUpLand with BBC Radio 4. She won The Writers’ Guild Award for Best Radio Comedy in 2016 for her BBC Radio 4 show Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice, which had a second series in 2017. Deborah has numerous radio and television credits including Film 2018 and Mock the Week. She just made a satirical comedy pilot – Next Week’s News – for Channel 4 with Merman. Deborah wrote the award winning feature film Say My Name, which was produced by Electric Entertainment, and will be distributed in 2019. She was also commissioned to write Making Babies, an upcoming film for Redwave Films. Her book, The Guilty Feminist, is a Sunday Times Bestseller. Deborah is on this year’s Hospital Club h100 list and was recently named one of The Evening Standards’s Most Influential Londoners in Comedy. Deborah works closely with Help Refugees and is an official Ambassador for Amnesty International, recently reviving the legendary Secret Policeman’s brand with them.