02 Mar Season 3 of our digital detox podcast, It’s Complicated, launches today.
Featuring interviews with Love Island’s Dr Alex, Made in Chelsea’s Jamie Laing and Rita’s Quilt’s Sharon Downey
It’s Complicated: Untangling the Relationship With Our Phones, returns today with Season Three of our digital detox podcast. Kicking off with guest Dr Alex of Love Island and Good Morning Britain, the podcast sees award-winning digital entrepreneur, author and Founder of Time To Log Off, Tanya Goodin, navigate the confusing and sometimes controversial subject of our relationships and habits with technology.
Our first episode, featuring Dr Alex George, lands today. Currently working as a frontline doctor in the A&E department at the University Hospital Lewisham in London, Dr Alex chats about the impacts of online media on mental health, with a wide-ranging discussion on his life online before and after the villa, and the tragic loss of Caroline Flack.
Since we launched it last year, the podcast has hosted the likes of Instapoet Nikita Gill and Hinge founder Justin McLeod, sharing and discussing their insights into and personal experience of, achieving a healthy day-to-day balance with tech.
What’s Next for our Digital Detox Podcast?
This series the digital detox podcast will continue to do just that with an exciting variety of guests, including Jamie Laing of Made in Chelsea, Cindy Gallop, founder of the sex tech website MakeLoveNotPorn and Badass Cross Sitch’s creator Sharon Downey. Throughout all ten episodes our guests each bring their unique perspective of the impact the digital world is having on their lives: talking about what tech can give us, and what it can take away.
While each guest has been chosen for their unique angle on our relationship with tech, we hope that each and every episode will reassure listeners how common unhealthy relationships with phones really are. The realisation that bad tech habits negatively impact our lives might even help listeners to come together to figure out how to develop healthy relationships with smartphones. We launched our digital detox podcast to stimulate the conversations that might help us all do just that. Season Three is available from 2 March 2020.