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Cause an Affect: a Thesis podcast, hosted by Ryan Buchanan, explores the human stories of entrepreneurs and change-makers who are causing a positive affect on their communities. There is a common set of values around the importance of equity that we all share on the podcast. These interviews dive deep into the formative experiences that helped shaped who they are today and go deep into their pathways to leadership!
 
The Sexual Wellness Sessions Podcast is a series of interviews hosted by Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle. So many of these conversations about sex and relationships are happening behind the therapy room door; and Kate wants to bring them into the mainstream so that sexual wellbeing can get the attention it deserves. This series of interviews is about changing narratives, challenging beliefs, breaking away from feelings of shame and helping people to normalise talking about ...
 
Why do we cry? How come love hurts? And what’s a happiness researcher doing talking about sadness, anyway? Helen Russell is a journalist and happiness researcher and How to be Sad is a new podcast based on her book of the same name - exploring why we get sad, what to do when we’re sad, and how we can all get happier by learning to be sad, better. Because let’s be honest – we are in unprecedented times. None of us are where we thought we’d be this time last year and we’re all struggling. We’r ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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In this episode of the Design RE:Source podcast we chat with Kate Hills, founder of Make it British – a platform that promotes UK-made brands and manufacturers. Kate is openly on a one-woman mission to save UK manufacturing. Having trained as a fashion designer, she worked as a buyer for several UK brands before setting up Make It British in 2011. …
 
The Design RE:Source podcast continues with Nina Woodcroft, award-winning interior and product designer and founder of Nina + Co, based in London. In this episode, we chat with Nina about her passion for sustainable design and projects with a sense of community. Having started her career as a receptionist in an interior design studio, Nina setup Ni…
 
Kate Bowler is a NYT bestselling author; history professor; and ‘an incurable optimist’. Host of the podcast Everything Happens, her TED talk has more than six million views and her book, No Cure for Being Human is a must-read for anyone wanting to find out more about how to be sad, well. When Kate was just 35 years old, thriving in her career and …
 
Welcome to Johnson Tiles’ new podcast Design RE:Source. The series kicks off in conversation with bespoke furniture designer-maker, Sandy Buchanan. Based in Beckenham, SE London, Sandy left a 10-year career in the oil and gas sector in pursuit of meaningful work. Influenced by a childhood spent in Hong Kong, his ethos centres around his choice of m…
 
Today’s guest is Joshua Becker – author, philanthropist, pastor and minimalist. After a personal epiphany, Becker found that when he began owning less, he had more time. He also had more focus, less stress, fewer distractions and more freedom. Because, he says, ‘every added possession increases the worry in our lives.’ Today, he has two million fol…
 
Dr. Kate Buchanan is joined by Dr. Coralie Mills to discuss Coralie's work in dendrochronology and how it is applied to the study of medieval Scotland - Part2 Music is Ex te Lux Oritur by Gaita. You can find them here: http://gaita.co.uk/ Find us on Twitter: @scotichronicast or email: scotichronicast@gmail.com…
 
To celebrate the publication of How to be Sad in America and as a special thank you to listeners of the podcast we are delighted to share this exclusive extract from the audiobook. We will be back with a new episode of How to be Sad with Helen Russell next week. An expert on the pursuit of happiness combines her powerful personal story with surpris…
 
Nathaniel Herr is a Professor of Psychology at American University in Washington DC, and an expert in ‘emotional regulation’ – something we should learn in childhood but that many of us miss out on. But by getting better at experiencing, labelling and expressing our emotions as adults, we can ultimately get happier and lead more fulfilled lives. Na…
 
Dr. Kate Buchanan is joined by Dr. Coralie Mills to discuss Coralie's work in dendrochronology and how it is applied to the study of medieval Scotland. Music is Ex te Lux Oritur by Gaita. You can find them here: http://gaita.co.uk/ Find us on Twitter: @scotichronicast or email: scotichronicast@gmail.com…
 
Today’s guest has 2.8M Followers on TikTok, 420 thousand on Instagram and 30.5M Likes but she’s not your typical social media influencer. Dr Julie Smith is the first mental health professional to start using TikTok as a platform for therapy. She’s the clinical psychologist and former NHS staffer who now works as an online educator - and her daily p…
 
“We all learn the value of rest the hard way,” says today’s guest - a former Silicon Valley tech consultant, visiting scholar at Stanford, and author of Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less. Alex Soojung-Kim Pang argues that the perils of overwork are being woefully overlooked, and they’re making us miserable. He says: ”We’re hitting the …
 
Many of us these days are getting the memo that a meaningful, fulfilled life comes only from letting go of our attachments to worldly things, but my guest today has other ideas. Ingrid Fetell Lee is a designer and writer whose spent ten years studying the relationship between design and joy. The author of Joyful, and the blog, Aesthetics of Joy, In…
 
This episode is something of a departure - how often do you hear a happiness researcher in conversation with a heavy metal icon? Not often enough, we decided. So today’s guest is the man who put the gun in Guns ‘n Roses and LA Guns. He’s had 10 studio albums with LA Guns, two with Brides of Destruction, he’s worked with them all – oh, and he used t…
 
Psychologist and New York Times Bestselling author Dr Tal Ben-Shahar taught the most popular course at Harvard on Positive Psychology – but he’s also the perfect guest to help us navigate how to be sad, well. From a dashed career as an elite squash player to navigating the perils of perfectionism, the fallacy of arrival and the importance of feelin…
 
Dr. Kate Buchanan and Professor Richard Oram talk about the everyday task of dealing with waste in Medieval Scotland. Covering both urban setting and elite residences, this episode outlines what people thought about and did with their daily waste. Music is Ex te Lux Oritur by Gaita. You can find them here: http://gaita.co.uk/ Find us on Twitter: @s…
 
In this final episode of the second series of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're discussing the future of sex. My guest Bryony Cole and I talk about the biggest changes and trends that we have seen impacting our sex lives recently, and where we think the future of sex is heading. Undoubtab…
 
This is the first of the Scotichronicast's book club series. In this episode Dr. Kate Buchanan and Dr. Marian Toledo talk about the first 5 books in Walter Bower's Scotichronicon. We are using the kindle version edited by D.E.R. Watt if you would like to read along with us. Music is Ex te Lux Oritur by Gaita. You can find them here: http://gaita.co…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're discussing the topic of sexual trauma and the impact that it can have on someone's life. My guest Silva Neves is a Psychotherapist specialising in Trauma, EMDR, and Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy; and he has an enormous amount of…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're talking about motherhood, and how being a mother can create impact and change in our sex lives. We discuss all of the factors that are influencing the lives of modern mothers, and how a snowballing of social factors are directly impacti…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're talking about Chemsex with a particular focus on the gay, bisexual and men-having-sex-with-men community where chemsex is most common. My guest for this conversation is David Stuart who was the first person to name and identify Chemsex …
 
This is part two of Dr. Kate Buchanan's conversation with Dr. Bryony Coombs. In this episode they focus on medieval inventories and history behind the Auld Alliance. Music is Ex te Lux Oritur by Gaita. You can find them here: http://gaita.co.uk/ Find us on Twitter: @scotichronicast or email: scotichronicast@gmail.com…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're discussing the experience of menopause with icon of the nineties Brit Pop scene, and now menopause campaigner, author and columnist and founder of Women's Health Platform Meg's Menopause @megsmenopause Meg Mathews. Whilst the menopause …
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're talking about the topic of consent. Justin Hancock @bishsexed and I talk about why more conversations about consent are needed, why we think that they aren't happening and how we can all better understand consent, what it means, and wha…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're discussing how the process of grieving and loss can impact sex lives and relationships. I'll be having this conversation with the world leading expert, psychotherapist, and author Julia Samuel MBE; who in her book Grief Works said “We s…
 
Daisy Buchanan is an award-winning journalist, chart topping podcaster, author of How To Be A Grown Up, The Sisterhood and her latest, Insatiable. As well as being one of the funniest women in print, Daisy has also written incredibly movingly about her own experiences with anxiety, with disordered eating, about her relationship with her body after …
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're discussing the huge topic of relationships. We cover how sex can change in relationships and how one of the biggest challenges to our relationships can be our narratives and expectations of them. My guest for this conversation is the br…
 
Writer and campaigner Rebecca Schiller moved her family to a rural smallholding in the hope of a simpler life. But she soon found that life wasn’t any simpler and was a damn sight harder in many ways. She has written movingly about how we can never escape ourselves – no matter how much we try – as well as her experiences with depression, anxiety, a…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're talking about the topic of sexual diversity and why it's important that we have more understanding around the subject. My guest for this conversation is a world-recognised expert in this space and founder of the organisation Pink Therap…
 
Johnson Tiles has launched Design RE:Source, a new podcast series featuring conversations with designers and makers about the value of ‘making’, community - and what it means to be resourceful in British architecture and design today. Get a preview of the series by listening to the trailer and remember to subscribe on Soundcloud, Spotify, Apple Pod…
 
Baz Ashmawy is an Irish radio and television star whose series, 50 ways to kill your mammy, won him an Emmy. He’s also a podcaster, dad of six and an outspoken advocate for feeling all the feels. Born in Libya to an Egyptian dad an Irish mum, he moved to Ireland age 6. One of the few dual heritage families in his part of Dublin suburbia at that tim…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're discussing the sexual relationships that we have with ourselves, and the topic of self-pleasure. My guest for this conversation is the fabulous Daisy Buchanan, who is an award winning journalist, author and broadcaster who's new book In…
 
My guest today is the toy designer Matthew Ashton - Vice President of design at Lego; Executive Producer on the Lego Movies; head judge on Lego Masters UK; creator of Unikitty and the man behind Lego’s first ever LGBTQ+ set – the rainbow inspired Everyone is Awesome. The set represents a huge milestone both for Lego and for Matthew personally, who …
 
This is the Scotichronicast's first listener Q&A episode. In this episode you will hear about how Aristotle influenced the Scottish code of chivalry, the legal position of women in medieval Scotland, and a discussion of what happened to the Picts. Special thanks to Dr. Callum Watson, Dr. Rachel Meredith Davis, and Dr. Adrián Maldonado for their hel…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're discussing the impact of cancer and cancer treatment on sex lives and relationships. My guests for this conversation are the amazing Brian Lobel and Beth McCann from the organisation Sex With Cancer; which is an art project and communit…
 
Sophie Walker is a journalist, activist and former politician. She spent 20 years at Reuters and after a long and trying journey supporting her daughter through a diagnosis of autism, started campaigning for disability rights. She went on to help create the Women’s Equality Party and ran for London Mayor in 2016. Sophie now works for the feminist l…
 
In this episode of The Sexual Wellness Sessions hosted by Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist Kate Moyle, we're talking all about the sex that we see on stage and screen. My guest for this episode is the brilliant Intimacy Coordinator and Movement Director Ita O'Brien; who has worked on many hit shows, including Sex Education, Normal People, I Ma…
 
Jody Day is the founder of Gateway Women, the global support network for childless women - now celebrating its 10th Anniversary. Jody is also a psychotherapist and author of Living the Life Unexpected: How to Find Hope, Meaning and a Fulfilling Future Without Children - the book The British Medical Journal now recommend to patients coming to terms …
 
Find some bonus material from previous episodes in the Scotichronicast's Season 1 Extras: Part 2. This episode includes bonus content from episode 8 with Dr. Rachel Delman, episode 12 with Dr. Helen Newsome, and episode 13 with Dr. Marian Toledo. Music is Ex te Lux Oritur by Gaita. You can find them here: http://gaita.co.uk/ Find us on Twitter: @sc…
 
To kick off the second series of The Sexual Wellness Sessions, we are tackling the topic of stress with the brilliant author of Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle, Emily Nagoski. When it comes to our sex lives, we see that stress can impact sex, and sex can both cause and relieve stress. It's both a simple and a complicated relations…
 
Dr Xand van Tulleken is a much-loved medic, broadcaster and someone with first hand experience of the impact of covid 19. In spring 2020 Xand contracted Covid while preparing to film a documentary about the virus with his twin, Dr Chris van Tulleken. Xand isolated at home for two weeks but continued to experience strange symptoms, including heart p…
 
Rosie Green is an award winning journalist and columnist who’s spent 20 writing about beauty, fashion, spas and health - as well as interviewing and styling countless celebrities. But she was blindsided when her marriage of 26 years broke down. Nothing prepared her for hitting what Rosie calls ‘rock bottom’ - nor for the response she got when she w…
 
Find some bonus material from previous episodes in the Scotichronicast's Season 1 Extras: Part 1. This episode includes bonus content from episode 3 with Dr. Victoria Hodgson, episode 4 with Dr. Will Wyeth, and episode 20 with David C. Weinczok. Music is Ex te Lux Oritur by Gaita. You can find them here: http://gaita.co.uk/ Find us on Twitter: @sco…
 
This week, we have our first mother daughter guests on the show. I’m honoured to be joined by Mungi Ngomane, human rights activist, the granddaughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and author of Everyday Ubuntu - the book inspired by the African philosophy and way of life that counts Meghan Markle and Prince Harry among its fans. And with Mungi today i…
 
Holly Tucker MBE is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and UK Ambassador for Creative Small Businesses. She’s the founder of notonthehighstreet.com and Holly & Co, a small business advice and inspiration platform and she’s also a podcaster and co-author of two best-selling business books as well as the brand new Do What You Love. Holly is a famously …
 
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