Kemah Bob can be heard on radio shows and podcasts like Unstable, BBC’s GrownUp Land and as a co-host on The Guilty Feminist.
Kemah is frequently a guest co-host of The Guilty Feminist, a podcast with over 50 million downloads where comedian Deborah Frances-White and special guests discuss topics “all 21st century feminists agree on” while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles.
Episode 128: Change and Assumptions
Presented by Alison Spittle and Kemah Bob with special guests Kerry Abel and Alisa Berry Ryan from Abortion Rights UK. Recorded 20 October 2018 at the Everyman Playhouse. Released 17 December.
Episode 124: Women of Colour on Screen
Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Kemah Bob with special guests Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené, authors of Slay In Your Lane.
Recorded 31 July 2018 at the BFI in London.
Episode 123: Visibility
Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Aisling Bea with special guests Jessica Fostekew, Kemah Bob, Brona C Titley and PowerPlay. Recorded 26 August at McEwan Hall in Edinburgh. Released 12 November.
In this BBC Radio 4 show, Mae Martin, Bisha K Ali and Ned Sedgwick talk honestly about the issues they’ve faced in their lives with a special guest helps to answer listener questions and candidly shares their experiences, from failed dates and bizarre confrontations to guilty pleasures and worst nightmares. Co-created by Deborah Frances-White for The Spontaneity Shop and BBC Radio 4. Produced by Al Riddell. Kemah can also be heard in episodes on Cool, Trust, Fashion, and Parents
Unstable is an exploration of mental health centering one funny woman’s experience living with Bipolar disorder. By sharing her perspective and keeping it real, Kemah is starting discussions that are often too taboo to have. For the record: She’s not qualified to give advice. She can barely take advice… and that might be a part of the problem.
Listen to Unstable online on Transmission Roundhouse, a socially engaged audio platform featuring radical chat and specialist tunes, broadcasting right from the heart of the Roundhouse in London.
Kemah talks Bipolar disorder at the Wacky Racists Comedy Show, and keeping calm and carrying during the emotional check-in. Plus, an interview with writer, DJ and event planner Charisse Chikwiri and music by Dead Prez, Outkast, and Joe. This show was ranked 23rd in the global interview chart.
Kemah sits down with writer, poet, filmmaker and mental health professional Shalisha Davis to discuss her work and personal experience with depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, abuse, and self-harm.
Kemah and Mwice Kavindele, founder of The Cocoa Butter Club, talk mental health, performance, being the change feat. music from Janelle Monae's Dirty Computer.
Kemah talks with comedian and yoga instructor Charlie George about growing up in a predominantly white area as a queer woman of colour and how that affected her mental health.