“You and Me Both with Hillary Clinton” shares candid conversations with inspirational guests from many disciplines and backgrounds. All season, Clinton will host (sometimes) funny convos ranging from democracy to cooking, faith, political issues, and more.
Since 2020, “You and Me Both with Hillary Clinton” has released over 30 episodes and counting. Now in its third season, Hillary will continue to be joined by enlightening guests including 76-year-old performer André De Shields who’s still rocking on Broadway, Olympic gold medal-winning track star Allyson Felix on using her platform to speak up, and more. Stream the series in any order, though some episodes are lined up with specific days such as the 9/11 tribute episodes.
Huma Abedin stopped by season three’s first episode to discuss her new memoir, Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds, all about living in Saudi Arabia, her Indian and Pakistani parents, moving to Washington D.C. and her life’s professional and personal journeys. Abedin met Clinton over 25 years ago when she interned at the White House’s Office of the First Lady as a college student. They remained friends over the years and share tons of stories in this episode.
Politicians join Hillary, and previous guests have included Senator Tammy Duckworth, Secretary of State Tony Blinken, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senator Amy Klobuchar, and Mayor Aja Brown, just to name a few. Hillary hosts “Gutsy Women”-themed episodes, featuring icons like Gloria Steinem, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, and singer Andra Day. Episodes also cover more serious topics such as grief, “The American Dream,” mental health, and disinformation.
Last year, Podsauce favorites Glennon Doyle and Abby Wambach chatted with Hillary about doing hard things, surviving the pandemic, democracy, and more. They shared how they’ve confronted homophobia, shame, addiction, and sexism. Bobby Berk also joined Hillary on this episode to discuss leaving home at age 15 as a gay teen, launching his interior design company, and eventually joining Queer Eye‘s cast.
The Late Late Show’s James Corden chatted with Clinton on an episode devoted to listeners’ questions. They talked about national security issues, self-doubt, Broadway, and holding a plank pose for two minutes, among other topics. Another episode last season covered bringing politics to TV with Samantha Bee, Alec Baldwin, and Kerry Washington. Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman joined Clinton to unpack the poem she shared at Inauguration Day, “The Hill We Climb,” and the duo casually strategized for Amanda’s hypothetical 2036 presidential campaign.
“You and Me Both with Hillary Clinton” is presented by iHeartPodcasts. Tune in for new episodes this season, on your favorite podcast streaming platform.