Dua Lipa Announces Third Season Of ‘At Your Service’ Podcast
Dua Lipa has announced the third season of her highly acclaimed podcast, Dua Lipa: At Your Service, available from 30 June.
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Season Three will include conversations with internationally renowned artists, thought leaders and cultural icons. Episode One launches on 30 June with Amelia Dimoldenberg, the charismatic red-carpet interviewer and host of the internet’s viral series Chicken Shop Date. It will be available wherever you get your podcasts and ad-free on BBC Sounds in the UK.
“I have had the privilege of learning from so many incredible individuals and sharing their remarkable stories over the course of the first two seasons of At Your Service,” says Dua. “We’re taking the same approach with Season Three, while also diving deeper into specific themes tailored to each guest. I can’t wait for you all to hear my conversation with Amelia all about shooting your shot and seeing an idea through from conception to execution.”
Dylan Haskins, Commissioning Editor for BBC Sounds says: “BBC as the world’s biggest public service broadcaster is now home to one of the world’s biggest popstars, as Dua Lipa builds on the incredible range of guests already interviewed – from Megan Thee Stallion and Greta Gerwig to Monica Lewinsky and Mo Farah – with a brand new season featuring iconic guests.”
Season Three of At Your Service invites listeners to explore the vast landscape of human experiences, and celebrates the power in sharing stories and insights into the world around us. Following Season Three’s premiere with Amelia, Dua will welcome an extraordinary line-up of guests including BLACKPINK’s Jennie Kim, renowned relationship expert Esther Perel, star of Netflix’s You and podcaster Penn Badgley, drag icon Sasha Velour, and the incomparable Billie Eilish.
The Dua Lipa: At Your Service podcast is the sweeping companion piece to Dua’s Service95 newsletter, a global style, culture, and society editorial platform created to help the reader make sense of the world. The podcast was named one of the Best Podcasts of 2022 by Spotify who said “Dua is an incredibly thoughtful interviewer with a genuine interest in people, social movements, and the arts.”