Samantha Baines

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Hannah Layton

Samantha Baines is a multi-award-winning author, comedian, actress and broadcaster. She hosts the smash hit podcast The Divorce Social. After seven years of stand up comedy, two sell out Edinburgh runs and a UK tour she’s proven her comedy chops but these days her comedy is via social media, books or speaking events. She has made appearances on appearances on ITV’s Loose Women, Sky News and Andrew Neil’s This Week or you may recognise her for her acting roles in Netflix’s The Crown, Call the Midwife, Silent Witness and Magic Mike Live (directed by Channing Tatum), as well as being a regular contributor on BBC radio stations.

A deaf activist and hearing aid wearer, Samantha is the author of two children’s books with deaf protagonists; the award-winning  Harriet Versus the Galaxy (which she also voices on Audible) and Bloomsbury Education book  The Night the Moon Went Out as well as new bestselling non-fiction book Living With Hearing Loss and Deafness: a guide to owning it and loving it.

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Samantha Baines is a multi-award-winning author, comedian, actress and broadcaster. She hosts the smash hit podcast The Divorce Social. After seven years of stand up comedy, two sell out Edinburgh runs and a UK tour she’s proven her comedy chops but these days her comedy is via social media, books or speaking events. She has made appearances on appearances on ITV’s Loose Women, Sky News and Andrew Neil’s This Week or you may recognise her for her acting roles in Netflix’s The Crown, Call the Midwife, Silent Witness and Magic Mike Live (directed by Channing Tatum), as well as being a regular contributor on BBC radio stations.

A deaf activist and hearing aid wearer, Samantha is the author of two children’s books with deaf protagonists; the award-winning  Harriet Versus the Galaxy (which she also voices on Audible) and Bloomsbury Education book  The Night the Moon Went Out as well as new bestselling non-fiction book Living With Hearing Loss and Deafness: a guide to owning it and loving it.

Samantha has spoken at the House of Commons, Edinburgh International Book Festival, British Film Academy, LBC, ITV News, National Museum of Scotland, BBC News, Royal National Institute for Deaf People charity summit, Just So Festival, Exeter University, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, BBC Radio 2, Ravensbourne College, Birkbeck University, BBC 5 Live, BBC Radio 4 and disability networks across the country.