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Welcome to And Breathe - the podcast to help you understand more about the power of your breath. Hosted by international author, coach and workshop leader, Rebecca Dennis. Each week you’ll hear experts and inspirational people from all walks of life share the stories and experiences that have changed their lives for the better. Throughout the podcast we will be sharing tips on how our breath can helps us through challenging times and how it’s more than just an inhale and an exhale. Accompany ...
 
Welcome to Duchess - the podcast where the Duchess of Rutland explores the historic homes of Great Britain, and meets the inspiring women who lead them today. Have you ever watched Bridgerton, The Crown or Downton Abbey and wondered what it's really like to be a Duchess? If so, this is the podcast for you. Stately homes are manors, palaces, and castles of great historic significance. They were built by the finest architects, adorned with the finest treasures and surrounded by breathtaking la ...
 
Welcome to The Wellness Breakdown; a podcast where our two hosts, wellness experts Eve Kalinik and Rosemary Ferguson, test the limits of the latest wellness trends, separate the pseudo from the science, and give you expert advice on the hottest health & nutrition topics. Every week on the show one of our hosts will set the other a challenge testing the validity and effects of a nutrition or wellness trend. Armed with their professional experience and insight, they will test these trends and ...
 
Welcome to The Invisible Gift, the show all about turning the disability of dyslexia into possibility. Andrew Kitley grew up knowing he was different. His dyslexia made it difficult for Andrew to learn the same way others did in school. Despite Andrew possessing exceptional abilities in other areas, he was told he had a problem, a disability. Andrew left school frustrated, unfulfilled, without reaching his full potential. This could have been a disaster but it turned out to be a blessing. An ...
 
We all know the kitchen is where stuff happens. It’s there that we chew the fat, make life’s big decisions and, when no one’s watching, slurp straight from the tin. Join me, Anna Barnett, as I head into the kitchens of celebrity guests to swoon over the styling, discuss their career highs and lows, and get stuck in to some serious food chat.Each weekly episode ends with our guest showing us their strongest sandwich game - and very possibly the contents of their fridge!
 
Clover Hogan has been on the planet 22 years, and spent the past 11 working to save it. She believes it’s possible. She also believes that the threat even greater than climate change is how powerless we feel to stop it. In Season 2, Clover dives into 12 parts of the climate crisis, through the lens of our mental health: from the food we eat, to our relationship with media, and our addiction to fossil fuels. You'll hear from trailblazing activists; industry experts; as well as our resident ps ...
 
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Combine Science And Sound To Help You Sleep Better with Tom Middleton Tom Middleton is an award-winning sound designer, sleep coach and pioneer in digital therapeutic and functional music for wellness and performance. He is also a founding member of ambient duo Global Communication, a trained Orchestral ‘Cellist, Designer and former DJ. Certified i…
 
Breath Exercise: Alleviating Anxiety This exercise is designed to alleviate anxiety. Overwhelm, brain fog, anxiety and panic attacks are on the rise. Sometimes they can stop us in our tracks and bring feelings of uncertainty and that some tasks are unachievable. And therefore it prevents you from doing whatever it is that you feel passionately abou…
 
Fearne Cotton – Speaking Your Truth This week on the podcast Rebecca chats with her friend and colleague, TV presenter, author, and podcast extraordinaire - Fearne Cotton. Starting out in TV at the age of 15 and going on to front prime time shows including Top Of The Pops and Children In Need, Fearne has proven herself as an excellent broadcaster f…
 
Exercise For Carers and Those Needing Time To Care For Themselves We are so grateful to all the NHS workers, key workers and carers who over the last two years have been holding so much for so many. This bonus exercise is for all support workers and carers and it was made in collaboration with a good friend of the And Breathe podcast - GABA. Someti…
 
Eat, drink & be merry is almost synonymous with the Christmas holidays but can too much of a good thing really be that good after all? In this special Christmas episode Eve challenges Rose to experience the two extremes of enjoying the festivities. We've decided on this challenge to question whether we really do have to completely overindulge to ju…
 
Episode Description: On this very special festive episode of the podcast, our Duchess is joined by her daughter Eliza to speak about their historic home: Belvoir Castle. In the show, the Duchess reveals all about her own background, we learn about Belvoir’s ‘forbidden place’, the ladies discuss the chilling ghostly encounters they’ve had in their h…
 
Episode Description: In the final episode of season 2, The Duchess of Rutland meets Lady Karen Spencer of the historic Althorp House. In the episode, we are introduced to the many extraordinary women in the Spencer family, Lady Karen regales some of the ghostly activity they have experienced in the home, and the ladies muse over their shared love o…
 
Episode Description: On the final episode of season 2 of the Invisible Gift, Andrew meets acclaimed author and illustrator Sally Gardner. In the episode, Sally and Andrew have a wonderful conversation. Where Andrew hears about the chance encounter that made Sally a writer, Sally speaks powerful on the failures of the current education system callin…
 
Episode Description: On this week’s episode, the Duchess of Rutland speaks with Lady Northampton who is a custodian of two historic homes: Compton Wynyates & Castle Ashby. In the show, the Duchess learns how one of Henry’s VIII’s closest confidants helped build the Spencer family line, Lady Northampton elaborates on why Compton Wynyates is such an …
 
About the Episode In the final episode of season 2, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover explores the role education plays in understanding global eco-anxiety and mitigating the climate crisis. First up, Clover meets with Joe Brindle, founder of the Teach the Future campaign, to learn why our education on the climate crisis has been limited an…
 
Episode Description: On this week's episode of The Invisible Gift, Andrew meets award winning producer and BBC's Head of Talent for Comedy - Carrie Britton. On the show, Andrew and Carrie delve into the question of self declaring as neuro-diverse in the workplace, Andrew and Carrie discuss the ineffectiveness of the education system for dyslexics, …
 
Episode Description: On this week’s special episode, the Duchess of Rutland speaks to Catherine Fitzgerald of Glin Castle in Ireland. In the show, Catherine regales some of the wonderful and amusing legends associated with her family, we catch a glimpse of the ghosts of Glin, and Catherine opens about the unexpected nature of her custodianship. Top…
 
About the Episode In the penultimate episode of season 2, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover will be learning about nature and extinction and how it aggravates eco-anxiety worldwide. First, Clover meets environmental filmmaker and Wildlife photographer of the year, Aishwarya Sidhar, to better understand capitalist systems that are driving ex…
 
Episode Description: On this episode of The Invisible Gift, Andrew sits down with executive headteacher of dyslexia specialist school, Moon Hall Reigate. In the show, Michelle regales the fascinating story of Moon Hall's inception, Andrew learns more about the groundbreaking teaching techniques Moon Hall has developed, and Andrew and Michelle discu…
 
Episode Description: This time on Duchess, our host the Duchess of Rutland meets with Julie Montagu online to talk about her historic home - Mapperton House & Gardens. In the episode, Julie details how the Montagu’s invented the sandwich, the Duchess is taken through Mapperton’s beautiful interiors, and the ladies discuss the exciting re-wilding pr…
 
About the Episode In this episode, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover investigates how modern politics have generated the climate crisis and heightened global eco-anxiety; and what we must do to find a unifying vision for the future. First up, Clover meets Colombe Cahen-Salvador, co-founder of ATLAS, to learn more about how politicians have …
 
Episode Description: On this episode of The Invisible Gift, Andrew is joined by comedian and writer Michael Fabbri. In the episode, Michael reveals the inside production secrets of your favourite comedy panel shows, Andrew and Michael discuss why dyslexics naturally become leaders, and Michael explains why his friend posted a dead cat through a let…
 
Episode Description: In today’s show, the Duchess visits the beautiful Constable Burton Hall & Gardens to meet the current chatelaine, Imogen Wyvill. In the episode, Imogen introduces the Duchess to the chess grand master who courted Florence Nightingale, we learn about the Wyvill family’s important hand in the abolition of slavery, and the ladies …
 
About the Episode In the ninth episode of season two, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover considers how our modern consumerist culture, founded on the desire to accumulate material possessions, has led to the climate crisis and in turn, eco-anxiety. First up, Clover meets the former Global Communications Lead of Break Free From Plastic and Fo…
 
Episode Description: This week on the The Invisible Gift, Andrew chats with the CEO and founder of Dekko Comics, Rossie Stone. In the episode, Rossie explains the origins of his company - and why his struggles with dyslexia led to him founding it. Andrew and Rossie talk through the problems with labels, Rossie highlights the importance of a strong …
 
Episode Description: Today on the podcast, the Duchess travels to the magnificent Carlton Towers to meet Lady Gerald. In the show, Lady Gerald opens up about her daunting start to life in heritage, Lady Gerald explains how Carlton became ‘the greatest of all Victorian homes’, and the Duchess is introduced to Carlton’s ‘happy harp playing’ ghost! To…
 
About the Episode In the eighth episode of season two, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover explores how our relationship with food contributes to global eco-anxiety and the climate crisis. First up, Clover meets the founder of the food waste initiative TooGoodToGo, Jamie Crummie, to discuss the enormity of our problematic global food system, …
 
Episode Description: On this week's episode of The Invisible Gift, Andrew sits down with famed micro artist and Guinness world record holder Willard Wigan MBE. Willard takes Andrew through his journey to becoming the greatest micro artist in the world, speaking powerfully about the autism and dyslexia that helped define his creativity and vision on…
 
Episode Description: In this week’s episode, the Duchess speaks to Lady Ailsa of the historic Stonor Park. In the episode, Lady Ailsa tells the Duchess about the mysterious story of Hollywood’s lost aviator, we get the backstory on Stonor Park’s mystical foundations, and the ladies discuss the estate’s fascinating history of Catholic martyrdom. Top…
 
About the Episode In the seventh episode of season two, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover rifles through the world of fast fashion to discover the true extent of its impact on the climate crisis, and how this accentuates global eco-anxiety. First up, Clover sits down with environmentalist blogger, Aditi Mayer, to track the origins of fast f…
 
Episode Description: On this week's episode of The Invisible Gift, Andrew is joined by Prof. Nigel Lockett aka The Dyslexic Professor. Nigel and Andrew have a fascinating discussion - deep diving into the nature of neuro-diversity and why its an evolutionary adaption. Nigel and Andrew reimagine the world where dyslexia is celebrated and Nigel ident…
 
Episode Description: In this week’s episode, the Duchess journeys to the beautiful Birdsall House to meet Lady Cara Willoughby. In the show, Lady Cara tells the Duchess about the incredible, swashbuckling life story of Britain’s most reckless naval officer, Lady Cara reveals how Jane Austen was influenced by Birdsall in her novels, and the ladies e…
 
About the Episode In the sixth episode of season two, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover dives deeper into eco-feminism and the impact of the climate crisis on women & girls. Through her conversation with Nergiz De Baere, creator of ChicksforClimate, Clover unearths the disproportionate effects of the climate crisis on women. We then hear fr…
 
About the episode On this special episode of The Wellness Breakdown, Eve sets her friend, Andrea, the Wim Hof Challenge. The Wim Hof method is a combination of cold water therapy and breathing exercises. Wim Hof, the man who developed this lifestyle routine, did so as a means to help manage his stress levels, and since then, champions of the routin…
 
Episode Description: This week on The Invisible Gift, Andrew is joined by entrepreneur and reality TV star - Tanya Bardsley. Tanya and Andrew have a fascinating conversation, exploring ADHD and how it can make you entrepreneurial, Tanya talks openly about the bullying she experienced in school, and Andrew asks Tanya what her advice is to parents of…
 
Lady Ashcombe / Sudeley Castle & Gardens Episode Description: This week on Duchess, the Duchess of Rutland travels to the historic Sudeley Castle & Gardens to meet Lady Ashcombe. In the show, Lady Ashcombe speaks candidly about the impact of the tragic loss of her husband so early into her life custodian, the Duchess gets a background on the castle…
 
About the Episode In the fifth episode of season two, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover sets on a journey to uncover our relationship with water and how this vital element is at the core of the climate crisis. Firstly, Clover meets water rights activist, Beze Gray, to analyse why water rights & scarcity will become an increasingly ubiquitou…
 
About the episode On this special episode, Rose sets her friend James the high protein diet challenge, with the aim of reducing his sugar intake. We eat way too much sugar. Most already know about the health conditions associated with too much sugar such as weight gain, high blood pressure, poor sleep, skin problems. The list goes on. A key problem…
 
Episode Description: This week on The Invisible Gift, Andrew is joined by writer, presenter and resident Blue Peter Vet - Rory 'the Vet' Cowlam. Andrew and Rory have a great conversation, where Rory tells Andrew how he became a trained vet despite struggling in school, the lads discuss the challenges of presenting and reading lines when you're dysl…
 
Episode Description: In today’s episode, the Duchess journeys to Renishaw Hall & Gardens to meet Alexandra Sitwell. In the show, the ladies discuss why Renishaw became known as ‘the ancestral home of the English eccentric’, Alexandra introduces us to the iconic literary trio that lived at Renishaw, and we are taken on a tour of the unforgettable ga…
 
About the Episode In the fourth episode of season two, We Need to Talk about Eco-Anxiety, Clover sheds light on the intersection of climate justice and social justice being two sides of the same coin. First up, Clover meets Isaias Hernandez, creator of QueerBrownVegan, to deconstruct the climate crisis, racism, and inequality, and learn how these t…
 
About the episode In this episode, Rose sets Eve the intermittent fasting challenge. For many of us, we are constantly consuming. Food is addictive and we are always eating. Some of the problems associated with constant consumption include weight gain, digestive problems and brain fog. If we ate less frequently we might feel more alert, have health…
 
Episode Description: On this episode of The Invisible Gift, Andrew meets actress and winner of Strictly Come Dancing - Kara Tointon. In the show, Kara and Andrew discuss Kara's groundbreaking BBC dyslexia documentary; 'Don't Call Me Stupid', Andrew and Kara get emotional when talking about the support they received from their family, and they discu…
 
Episode Description: In the first episode of Duchess season 2, the Duchess of Rutland travels to Deene Park in Northamptonshire to meet Charlotte Brudenell. In the show, Charlotte introduces the Duchess to the eccentric Earl that was immortalised by one of English poetry’s greatest works, the ladies discuss Deene Park’s incredible association to th…
 
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