ACE & TATE
YES! Is a podcast all about love, brought to you by Ace & Tate and hosted by Liv Siddall. It was created as part of our Pride 2018 celebrations.
In the series we focus on couples from London, Berlin and Amsterdam, and chat about how finding someone in this world of nearly 8 billion people who you want to actually spend time with is a pretty special thing.
Over four podcasts, we'll be meeting the likes of Queer Bible founder Jack Guinness, writer and creative director Raven Smith and husband Richard, designer and artist Eike Koenig and his partner (and baby!), as well as some surprise guests from Amsterdam.
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In this episode we speak to the wonderful Jack Guinness: London-based model and founder of the online magazine The Queer Bible. In it we discuss his passion for Pride, the importance of having a voice, and the joys of being on a carnival float.
In this episode Liv speaks to writer and creative director Raven Smith and his husband the fantastic Richard Danks. In it they discuss a chance meeting on the night bus, the importance of dancing in the kitchen on weekdays, and most importantly how the difference in their personalities is the thing that truly binds them together.
In this episode, Liv travels to Berlin to speak to artist and designer and founder of Hort, Eike König, and his partner Anne Meekers. The pair met when Anne was on a (different) Tinder date and, despite having a rocky start to their relationship, they are now engaged and expecting their first child. They are very, very, VERY in love. Be sure to Listen right to the end if you're a Moldy Peaches fan!
In this episode Liv travels from Amsterdam to The Hague, to visit painter and illustrator Jordy Van Den Niewendijk and his girlfriend illustrator and animator Kate Scott. Sitting at their kitchen table, beneath a life-size nude painting of Kate by Jordy, they discuss the positive and negative aspects of a long distance relationship, the romantic tendencies of artists, oh and there's a lot of fart chat too.
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