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Ctrl Alt Delete

By Emma Gannon

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Description

Welcome to Ctrl Alt Delete! I'm Emma Gannon and this is my podcast. It's been nominated for a WEBBY, been recommended by Sunday Times 'top 50 podcasts', voted one of the '30 best podcasts for curious minds' by WIRED magazine and selected in 'best podcasts of 2017' by ESQUIRE. I interview people I admire about the themes in my first book Ctrl Alt Delete, such as creativity, work, wellbeing, the internet, social media, feminism, identity, mental health, careers and everything in between.  Past guests include Lena Dunham, Gillian Anderson, Liz Gilbert, Alice Levine, Zoella, June Sarpong, Dawn O'Porter, Rowan Blanchard, Will Young and Mara Wilson. I hope you enjoy the chats!

Customer Reviews

Love it!

I’m a big fan of Emma’s show. Each episode encourages me to look at things from a different perspective or teaches me something new altogether. Emma is conversational, curious, and makes you feel like you’re eavesdropping on a catch up between old friends. One of my faves!

Awesome Podcast!!

Emma, host of the Ctrl Alt Delete podcast, highlight all aspects of different careers, creativity and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Title makes no sense

This is pretty awful. No idea what it has to do with tech (Ctrl alt delete). The episode I listened to had two women talking about how to deal with everyone who wanted their attention, while supposedly talking about social media comparison issues.