Sooo Many White Guys

with Phoebe Robinson

Intimate, funny conversations with all kinds of artists who (mostly) aren’t white dudes.  Hosted by Phoebe Robinson.

  • Phoebe and Tyra Banks Walk The Walk

    Apr 24, 2018
    The model/author/goddess tells Phoebe about her earliest runway days, raising her son, and her ever-changing definition of "beauty”. Plus, she brings along her mom!
  • Phoebe and Sam Irby Launch a Lifestyle Brand

    Apr 17, 2018
    Author Sam Irby sits down to chat about her best-selling memoir, her struggle with depression, and being a cool stepmom. Plus, Phoebe watches Lady Gaga at The Kennedy Center Honors!
  • Phoebe and Vivica A. Fox: Two Can Play That Game

    Apr 10, 2018
    Vivica A. Fox just added “Author" to her resume. She talks about growing up in the Midwest, fighting for her roles, and how the hair business has allowed her to control her own destiny.
  • Phoebe and Gayle King Take The High Road

    Apr 3, 2018
    She’s Editor-at-Large of "O" magazine and co-host of "CBS This Morning". Gayle King opens up about black pride, motherhood, and how she survives the 24-hour (bad) news cycle.
  • Phoebe and Buck Angel Talk About Sex, Baby

    Mar 27, 2018
    The trans activist and former adult film star joins Phoebe to talk about DIY porn, the challenges of transitioning, and his journey to self-love and acceptance.
  • Phoebe and Awkwafina Get Matching Tattoos

    Mar 20, 2018
    Rapper and actress Awkwafina drops in to open up about Asian-American representation in Hollywood, being a native New Yorker, and life on the come-up.    
  • Phoebe and Yvonne Orji Put It On God

    Mar 9, 2018
    Actress and comedian Yvonne Orji stops in to chat about her "overnight" success, the role of religion in her life, and the nuances of being first-generation Nigerian-American.
  • Phoebe and Gloria Steinem: The Buddy Movie Edition

    Mar 6, 2018
    The famous activist and writer joins Phoebe and opens up about sex after 60, her early days in NYC, and how to make better feminists of our men. Plus, Joanie Mitch sings a song!