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In Supergirl's Attic, cohosts Cycles and Vv explore and analyze the world of the CW's Supergirl. Join us to unpack the show's characters, themes, plot, and messages for a deeper understanding of the show and a richer fan experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
I’m Michael Rosenbaum, I’ve spent the better part of the last two decades in and out of film and television - mostly known for playing the bald dude on the show Smallville. I’m the guy that you probably don’t know by name, but when you see my face you might say “oh, that guy from that thing.” I’ve befriended some of the most talented people in the business, but it wasn’t until I started inviting them into my home that I realized, I didn’t really know these people. What started as me having s ...
 
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We all have mental health, and some of us will experience or live with mental illness – but that doesn’t define who we are. We talk with some great people, finding out about who they are and the passions that shape their lives, as well as their responses to their own mental health. This podcast is about the power of talking and the benefit of presenting our whole self to the world. Brought to you by Happiful Magazine and Counselling Directory. Subscribe and share your thoughts using #iamihav ...
 
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David Harewood discusses his new book Maybe I Don’t Belong Here - A Memoir of Race, Identity, Breakdown and Recovery and shares the liberation that came with telling his own story, understanding his experience with psychosis, racism and his passion for performance. Maybe I Don’t Belong Here - A Memoir of Race, Identity, Breakdown and Recovery is av…
 
David Harewood joins me this week, as we discuss the background to his new book, Maybe I Don't Belong Here. We discuss: 'Becoming' Black Earliest memories Racialised mental health issues His father's psychosis and his mental breakdown Grief and the Windrush Generation Stereotypes in acting And cultivating a sense of belonging. Not one to miss! Go d…
 
Trigger Warning: Conversations on Drug Use, Suicide, and Depression. --------------------------------------------- David Poses is a writer. His book The Weight of Air: A Story of the Lies About Addiction and the Truth About Recovery, is a book I will continue to go back to in my own self-development as I progress on my own journey. He is also a spe…
 
This is a live recording of Happiful’s conversation with Moon Mentor Kirsty Gallagher at Wellbeing by the Lakes Festival in Dorset. Kirsty talks about the upcoming autumn equinox, people pleasing and why you should move forward with the dream that's calling to you. I am. I have will be back on Tuesday so please follow and subscribe to receive this …
 
In the run up to the 2016 Trump election, Joe Mulhall of Surrey, England managed to convince the American white supremacist terrorist group, the Ku Klux Klan, of his support for them. Shortly afterwards he found himself armed and accompanying an Alabaman militia group on the hunt for undocumented migrants on the Mexican border. Mulhall works for Ho…
 
The original fastest man alive John Wesley Shipp (Dawson’s Creek, The Flash) graces us this week with a terrific conversation on his successes and contrary dark periods throughout his various roles from Dawson’s Creek to The Flash to daytime soaps like Guiding Light. John reflects on what could have been with his time on The Flash in 1990 and opens…
 
Dr Louise Newson is a leading light in the world of menopause education, policy and support. On this episode she shares her expert thoughts on perimenopause, mental health and the perimenopause and how to advocate for yourself. Preparing for the Perimenopause and Menopause by Dr Louise Newson is out now. Find out more about Dr Louise's work, includ…
 
Trigger Warning: Suicide and Depression. --------------------------------------------- Today is #WorldSuicidePreventionDay. I have a conversation with Josiah Hartley about his book 'The Boy Between' where he speaks about his experience with depression that he wrote with his mum. We discuss: Writing with your parent Breaking down the stigma of depre…
 
The wildly hilarious and humble Lamorne Morris (New Girl, Woke) joins me to discuss his early childhood growing up in the Southside of Chicago and shares what his entry to acting was like, including being cheated out of six figures by his commercial booking agency. We also talk about his chance opportunity on the hit New Girl, his deep involvement …
 
After leading a series of successful challenges to the Brexit process, Jolyon Maugham QC was thrust into the limelight and depicted by right-wing Brexiteers as an out of touch, elitist, Remainer. But for the first 17 years of his life, Jolyon was unaware of the existence of his biological Eton-educated father and was brought up on ‘nuisance payment…
 
Good friend of the show Stephen Amell (Arrow, Heels) joins us this week to drop some bombs once again. We not only discuss his brand new show Heels and how he feels about his legacy of being the Arrow, but Stephen also takes time to set the record straight about some recent tabloid stories that have come out about him. We get into Stephen’s current…
 
Episode 81: Reunited and it feels so,,,, good? Hop in our pod as we travel back to Season 3's "Triggers" to better understand Kara's reactions to the Phantom Zone in 6x08. Listen as we examine the ups and downs of Kara's relationships with trauma, Krypton, and her life on Earth; and shed light on a surprising moment of growth for Alex. See acast.co…
 
The concept of a mid-life crisis has become a funny cliché, and that’s what Christian O’Connell jokingly told people he was having when he left his successful radio career in the UK to start a new life in Australia in 2018. The truth was that he had had what he now recognises as a break down, and needed to find adventure and joy as an adult to reig…
 
This week I am speaking to you about: Subscribing to the Heart To Heart Letters Submitting your questions to Anxiety Letters The Time To Talk Book Club sign up to get the newsletter, and vote on the books. Join Masteri Academy to join a group of committed readers and self-healers. Did you enjoy the podcast? Go ahead and give it a share. Rate, Revie…
 
The incredibly interesting and kind Neal McDonough (Band of Brothers, Minority Report) joins me this week for his first ever podcast to discuss being blackballed for a period of time for decisions he made for his family and his journey in becoming a Hollywood bad guy for his faith. Neal and I talk about our shared path towards villainry in the majo…
 
Episode 80: As our time in the phantom zone — I mean, hiatus — comes to an end, Vv and Cycles peer into the past to the beginning of each of the super friends' stories to some of their final chapters. Discover what the themes and first 7 episodes of season 6 mean for the core of the show itself. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
The first book is The Happiness Trap by Russ Harris, and I am joined by my friend Dan who is a forensic psychologist to help me discuss some of the wider themes of the book. There are several revelations for me in this book, and it was a great opportunity for me to break them down, and understand the difference between self-esteem and self-compassi…
 
Actor David Warner has been widely regarded on stage (for the RSC) as the Hamlet of his generation. His wide ranging film career has seen him work with Sidney Lumet, Sam Peckinpah, Gregory Peck, George C. Scott and Jason Robards in projects as diverse as Tom Jones, Straw Dogs and the Star Trek films. David caught up with him during lockdown to talk…
 
Her kindness and positivity proceeds her; Amanda Kloots (The Talk, Bullets Over Broadway) comes on the podcast this week to discuss how she manages her anxiety and stays positive even after losing a loved one. Amanda talks about her early start of fame with Broadway and how her family viewed her passion for the stage. We discuss her views on relati…
 
Writing and mental health - how do you use therapy? Jason Mott speaks to me this week about the importance of therapy while writing. We talk about his new book - Hell of a Book. The book is uncategorizable and fizzing with playful invention and intelligence, and Mott's story centers on an author and a young black boy who may or may not be the child…
 
Earlier this summer, Happiful and our partners at The Body Shop held an evening of self love, as part of their ongoing Self Love Uprising campaign. The following is a recording of this great event, chaired by Happiful’s Kat Nicholls who was joined by model, presenter and mental health activist Shareefa J, journalist, editor and skincare influencer …
 
Sophia Bush (One Tree Hill, Incredibles 2) joins me this week for a terrific conversation concerning the systematic idea of love and relationships. Sophia comments on the controversy surrounding the creator of One Tree Hill and how it truly delayed a wonderful and healthy relationship between her and her cast mates. We also discuss how Sophia’s rel…
 
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