iHeartRadio presents “Dua Lipa: At Your Service,” an interview series hosted by pop star Dua Lipa. Episodes chat with bright minds, share tips, tools, recommendations, and stories with guests from all backgrounds.
Dua is joined by guests who have shaped their industries and culture from the worlds of activism, politics, literature, fashion, music, and more. Tune in for real stories of success, failure, obstacles faced, what makes them tick, and hear lessons we can apply to our own lives. This podcast and the guests are here for you and, like the title suggests, “At Your Service.”
Tune in for weekly standalone episodes clocking in under an hour each. Last season’s guests included Elton John, Megan Thee Stallion, Russell Brand, Bowen Yang, South Korean rapper CL, activist Amal Clooney, British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, novelist Hanya Yanagihara, Balmain’s creative director Olivier Rousteing, and Iraqi human rights activist Nadia Murad.
This season, we’ll hear from pop star Charli XCX, Bryan Stevenson (lawyer/civil rights leader/founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, the Legacy Museum, and the National Monument for Peace and Justice), novelist Min Jin Lee, and many more.
Writer, producer, and anti-bullying campaigner Monica Lewinsky joined a recent episode to discuss restarting her life after the Clinton affair in 1998, current news with women’s reproductive rights, advocating against cyberbullying, and more. She discussed her life’s journey from a 2003 dating show Mr. Personality, releasing her memoir in 2004, creating handbags, studying social psychology at the London School of Economics, and writing an essay in 2014 for Vanity Fair titled “Shame and Survival.”
Besides podcasting, Dua Lipa is a singer, writer, movie junkie, and bookworm with a curious mind. Dua also releases a newsletter called Service95.
Podcast episodes are also available in French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Check out new, weekly episodes of “Dua Lipa: At Your Service” wherever you listen to your favorite shows.