Reviews
Gosh! Where do I start. I’m a grandma a mother a sister etc brought up in the 60s in a small village, near a lovely City in England. Born into a fantastic and huge family with generations of hard working relatives from Lancashire. I’m white/ British. Ever letter I’ve listen to is full of life....Read full review »
duey no 6 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/26/22
There are just so many podcasts “out there” now, it can be hard to find the right ones that really connect to your heart and mind. This does both, in addition to connecting to the spirit. Such a simple yet clever way of sharing deep and funny insights with all of the daughters out there, and...Read full review »
kforsgren via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/22
Women being wise caring articulate and helpful. Where can I hear the ‘advice one liners’ like ‘watch the boy bands whilst they are still young and beautiful’ and ‘don’t bother planting small flowers’. Such good advice. But I don’t know where that came from. I want to collect 50 of them for my...Read full review »
Jennifer de Klerck via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/06/22
Honestly, I want to have these conversations with mum too and I want to do same for my daughters and my nieces. This is a great podcast that encourages us to just love our kids and not be scared to show them. Thank you
narabs1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/26/22
It’s so inspiring to others and I like how u add other people so they can share there stories to inspire others and that’s nice I give it five stars ✨ it inspires me and helped me through my hard time so thx u so much I love your show so thx ☺️ if I ever have a kid I’ll listen to this podcast...Read full review »
whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 😡😡 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/28/22
Hi Namulanta. I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to this podcast - great work you’ve done with it! These stories spoke about the universal pressure and a tag of war that women endure. So much of identity is shaped from the point the midwife announces “it’s a girl!”. I related with so many of...Read full review »
Njeri (Nairobi) via Apple Podcasts · Kenya · 04/27/22
This podcast is so beautifully delivered, the calm and soothing Nairobi accent adds perfectly to the humorous, puzzling and sometimes serious topics. Keep it going! I have shared with everyone I know.
MMBC123 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/13/22
I enjoyed learning of different cultures and different expectations for girls around the world. Above all the love we all share for our daughters (and sons) is what unifies us; that is the message in Dear Daughter. I hope there will be many more seasons.
ellmaie via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/03/22
I was truly blessed to stumble upon this podcast! As the mother of 2 daughters, I could relate to every letter. Mothers across the world have the same feelings as me. Praying there is a season 2, I haven’t wrote my letter yet😊
fclark42 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/30/22
I am really enjoying listening to these letters. Learning a lot... Can't wait for Season 2!Read full review »
Leo_fi via Apple Podcasts · Kenya · 03/30/22
I’ve loved listening to this podcast, mainly as I have three daughters and can relate to it a lot. I hope there will be a second series. Thank you!
seeingred0303 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/22/22
Too much in favours of Mothers, at times downplaying fathers role in daughters live. world has changed since
pilot-without-runway via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 03/17/22
There’s something every episode that anyone can relate to. Whether you’re a parent or a daughter, whether you want to have children or aren’t sure, this program has something for you.
RachelSews via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/15/22
Hi, My name is Tessa and I am from an island in the Caribbean called Dominica. Since discovering your podcast, I have listened to all the episodes and look forward to the new episode every week. This is a very important job that you are doing by opening our minds to new cultures and customs...Read full review »
Brown Sugar 💜 via Apple Podcasts · Dominica · 03/09/22
I came across this podcast and it struck me instantly that the letters I wrote to my daughter touch on common themes, although we live in America.
southoxford via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/02/22
One of my absolute favorite podcasts - sincere, mood-lifting and touching conversations skillfully led by the host. I love all episodes, and the latest one I heard (with the letter from Tatiana) just hit the spot. Thank you guys for bringing people together and creating some beautiful pieces for...Read full review »
asdertin via Apple Podcasts · United Arab Emirates · 02/20/22
I am really enjoying this show. The guests and their stories are wonderful and each episode makes me think and teaches me something. I’d recommend this podcast for anyone, not just daughters :) I also love the mission of the show to build a library of letters and life lessons. I wish the show all...Read full review »
snowkid3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/15/22
Lovely and relatable letters and conversations that is very touching and heart warming
Ming_Merciless via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/04/22
I think what’s most appealing about this is the tone of it. Where the host comes across as relatable, like everyone else. It’s great!
Liviya #SinceAllTheNamesTaken via Apple Podcasts · Nigeria · 02/01/22
How lovely! Really enjoying this podcast. The diversity, the emotion, the storytelling. Fantastic 👌🏾
Noni Zola via Apple Podcasts · Kenya · 01/30/22
This podcast has me so emotional just on episode 1. I have a 4 year old and I’ve always been a writer and have always been the type of person who expresses themselves through writing letters or texts.. this really inspired me to start journaling again for my children ❤️
ayokrista via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/27/22
Great range of stories on all aspects/ages of being a parent and being a child … there is so much love and care and reminiscing here. Consider listening with your teenager and/or your spouse. Amazing food for thought. Thanks to the host (and to her mum) for this podcast, and kudos to the BBC for...Read full review »
ZZLDK via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/27/22
I have not found any podcast so meaningful like this one. The letters are so touching and inspires to write. And the voice of the host and music is so calming. I generally listen to it in bed at night. I sleep with a smile :)
abby##### via Apple Podcasts · India · 01/24/22
A time capsule of laughs and lessons
Smokingashes via Apple Podcasts · Kenya · 01/22/22
As a mom to a two year old, one of my key goals (if not my greatest) is to be the best mom that I can be to my daughter. I appreciate this podcast because of the insights it gives into motherhood, it also encourages me because I know I’m not alone through the “struggles, worries, anxieties” of...Read full review »
Wanji M via Apple Podcasts · Kenya · 01/22/22
I love, love this podcast. Thank you for sharing. Love from SA 🇿🇦
DM_cape town via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 01/21/22
Brings joy to my heart…..I’ve shared with all my ladies!
LaLo12234 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/20/22
Sincerely I thought something was wrong with for not wanting to be the Normal girl the society wants for . I can relate to everything Elle said Not being a morning person etc. I always and still wants to make my decisions concerning being married or not! I love this podcast ❤️
NYITYO via Apple Podcasts · Nigeria · 01/19/22
A must listen for both old and young. Makes you think…. what if all daughters had a letter from their mothers? Great Job Lanta and Mum!
teshii26 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/19/22
Absolutely love the show !!! Daughter from South Africa 🇿🇦❤️
KatlehoM via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 01/11/22
I’m a Kenyan-Canadian guy living in Toronto, Canada. Loved listening to Namulanta Kombo’s Dear Daughter podcasts. She’s very passionate about the subject and presents in a wonderful way. I’m sure this will benefit many mothers and daughters the world over. Wish there was a Dear Son version!
Atul Toronto via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/06/22
Love it.
EwyGee via Apple Podcasts · Nigeria · 01/06/22
This podcast has given me a whole new meaning of a mother daughter relationship, I have a bonus daughter I will be writing letters to her, hopefully the letters will help us bond and love each other endlessly. Thank you so much Namulata
Faith_beatrice via Apple Podcasts · Tanzania · 01/01/22
I find this podcast so relatable! Being from a woman is quite hard and it’s really easy to get swept up in to what everyone else expects from you without realizing what you want for yourself. It’s good to know that these challenges are cross cutting and that we are not alone.
African Duchess via Apple Podcasts · Uganda · 12/29/21
I love this podcast. As I think of having children of my own child I notice big gaps left by my own mother. And I wish to bridge the gaps before my daughter comes into this world. Dear Daughter is an amazing handbook for mother’s and for their daughters.
Sharina Paliou via Apple Podcasts · Papua New Guinea · 12/27/21
Great daughter related stories from around the world.
Nat The Gooner via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/21/21
OMG can’t wait to hear more…
jaz jax via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/19/21
Thank you Namulanta for creating such a meaningful and hopeful piece. I look forward to hearing so much more and hope that others will share. This is strength and empowerment. Our words and our love and wisdom as mothers is so essential right now.
MelBou69 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/17/21
Love you all
Jasonrocks1 via Apple Podcasts · Nigeria · 12/17/21
I can’t wait for more episodes. This podcast warms My heart!
KMPentwater via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/15/21
What do we want or daughters to know or wish we knew growing up? What’s the important stuff? This podcast inspires us to ask these questions and many more, and perhaps bring more intention to our lives and the lives of our daughters.
PA-KC via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/14/21
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