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Boys Don’t Cry with Russell Kane
What are the issues that men spend a lifetime avoiding talking about? This is the show that gets men talking about them. With a mix of humour and serious conversation, each week Russell Kane and his panel of guests dig deep into the inner recesses of male insecurity - from group holidays to mental health, body hair to Brexit, it's thoughtful, surprising, laugh-out-loud funny, and above all, it makes you think. Subscribe now for free. New episodes every Thursday.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 585 ratings
My first pod cast
I decided to make the change to listening to podcasts while driving to work... and this was my first ever podcast and I am now hooked. I could listen all day. Keep up the good work. Such good topics.
genghis_grn via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/22/19
Really enjoy listening to it!
Really enjoy listening to it!
ro8564 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/18/19
Clueless betas and a woman
Shockingly bad. They have no real understanding of the intersex dynamics. Sad!
Psektuepr via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/15/19
Recent Episodes
Russell is joined by television presenter and former Invictus Games gold medallist JJ Chalmers, comedian Eshaan Akbar and Sky Sports presenter and model Olivia Wayne to discuss what’s it like being a single man in 2019. Is it an opportunity to sleep with as many women as possible, or a sad...
Published 03/19/19
Russell is joined by Radio 1Xtra DJ Nick Bright, political satirist Jolyon Rubinstein and TV presenter Chloe Haskell to discuss the break-up and ask why are men so terrible at it.
Published 03/12/19
Russell is joined by TV presenters Colin Murray and AJ Odudu and stand-up comedian Kae Kurd to ask whether men are selfish, and if so why? Is it genetic, is it just something men do, and does it happen in all walks of life, notably the bedroom?
Published 03/04/19
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