Deborah Frances-White

Deborah Frances-White

Deborah Frances-White is a comedian and screenwriter. Her BBC Radio 4 show Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice is currently on Mondays at 11.30am and ListenAgain. Episodes one and four are about how she found her biological family, including Kate and William.


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#MakeRoomForWomen

Testosterone and social dominance go hand-in-hand. Yet another reason more women’s voices need to be heard, says Deborah Frances-White. And the listening has to be done by all of us. Not just men.
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The Guilty Feminist: Naked

Deborah Frances-White and Sofie Hagen are card-carrying feminists, but are they doing it right? Their new podcast, The Guilty Feminist, addresses the insecurities and hypocrisies that still trip them up. It kicks off in the buff. Let Deborah explain.
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Just a girl who can’t say ‘No’?

Don’t want to do something? Just say no. It’s that easy. Isn’t it? N… N… Sorry, says Deborah Frances-White, it really isn’t. But it should be.
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Let the children play

When Deborah Frances-White discovered her six year-old nephew was struggling with reading and writing, she turned not to extra tuition but to chaos, improvisation and some unusually aggressive puppets.
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Fifty shades of ISIS

As more young girls leave their homes to join Islamic State militants, Deborah Frances White considers the power of cults. She should know – she was in one.
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Me, Myself and Myelin – Why Children Draw More Than We Do

What makes us stop pinning our drawings to the fridge door, or making sure everyone’s watching when we dance? Deborah Frances-White offers a scientific explanation – and encourages everyone to stock up on finger paints