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A weekly interview series from Russell Brand that examines what's beneath the surface—of the people we admire, the ideas that define our time, and the history we’re told. Speaking with guests from the worlds of academia, popular culture, and the arts, Russell seeks to uncover the ulterior truth behind our constructed reality. And have a laugh. On his new podcast ‘Above the Noise’ Russell guides us all—curious beginners, spiritual skeptics, and experienced practitioners—in brief, 10-minute me ...
 
Come on outside! A Life More Wild is a series of wild walks with fascinating people, transporting you to the great outdoors and helping you connect with nature through their unique perspectives. In series two we talk love and loss with Fearne Cotton, inspiration with Gemma Cairney and resilience with Kris Hallenga, as well as planting a tree with Ellen Miles, meeting Poppy Okotcha's chickens, taking a deep breath with Richie Norton and much more.
 
We’re having an impact on nature like never before: polluting the skies and seas, burning up fossil fuels, and pushing nature to the brink of extinction faster than it can restore itself. But it’s not too late. Join actor, presenter, and WWF ambassador, Cel Spellman as he discovers how every one of us can make a difference in the fight to save our planet.In each episode, Cel meets a familiar face from the worlds of sport or entertainment, and teams up with a top wildlife expert to dig deeper ...
 
Hosted by former telly bird from the 90s, Sarah Cawood and Louise Mitchell, not Telly Bird but normal life bird, this podcast explores all things MIDLIFE. Every week the girls chat to a lineup of fabulous guests to discuss hormones, perimenopause, relationships, sex, health, wellbeing and much more, all whilst diving deep into the highs and lows of their midlife journey’s and and exploring their sometimes hilarious Hormonal Horror Stories and Meno Moments! See acast.com/privacy for privacy a ...
 
Liz Matthews and Jordan Mitchell are the founders of Good Culture, a company that specialises in integrated talent, partnership and cultural strategy. Each week, they talk to well-known guests about how they are showing up to make an impact on our culture. Whether it’s change that’s big or small, these conversations will inspire and encourage you to start showing up in the most meaningful way. This, is Good Culture. @goodcultureinc
 
Welcome to Memories That Made Us. The podcast that explores the power of recall and the way it has shaped us. In this podcast, platinum-selling singer-songwriter Tom Walker discovers those places, faces, and half-remembered moments that have changed the lives of some very special guests, to reveal who they are today, where they've come from, and where they're going.
 
What makes a strong person to you? Bestselling author and personal trainer Alice Liveing interviews extraordinary people about the importance of building mental and physical resilience and how this can empower us to live happier, stronger lives. You can find more about Alice on Instagram @aliceliveing, on Twitter @aliceliveing_ or her website www.alice-liveing.co.uk
 
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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 ...
 
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We’re in Richmond Park with Fearne Cotton, to talk about how the open space and tranquillity of the waters have inspired, calmed and healed her. We also talk to Kris Hallenga about founding the breast cancer awareness charity Coppafeel, stepping back from it to get closer to nature and the painful news that Neighbours is coming to an end. A Life Mo…
 
Fearne Cotton joins the Irregular Bitches to share some insights into what she has learnt on her Happy Place journey: from leaving her TV career behind to facing mental health struggles and striving to be at peace with what was, what is and what may be. There are some fantastic mindful takeaways in this episode which we can all get on board with. E…
 
This week I spoke with Batya Ungar-Sargon, Deputy Opinion Editor of Newsweek (and a past contributor to multiple other major new outlets). Batya is the author of Bad News: How Woke Media Is Undermining Democracy. We talk about the focus of today’s media outlets, and how to reawaken the under-represented population. More Info: Batya Ungar-Sargon’s b…
 
This week we’re taking a significant issue and presenting opposing views on the subject “Is there a God?” The two arguments come from two former Under the Skin episodes / guests: comedian and atheist, Ricky Gervais vs. the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell. More Info: You can find out more about Ricky Gervais, here www.rickygervais.com and Bisho…
 
We don't subscribe to the idea that we are too old for certain styles. (except maybe Harry Styles, and even then...) We don't believe that there is such a thing as "dressing your age" We know midlife women can be as cool as F@*K... and today's guest DEFINITELY is... Jodie Gillary is professional Style Coach and founder of The Styling Works. She spe…
 
"The younger generation, they know what’s up. And it’s our job to really give them a leg up as much as we can.” - Jayda G Whether it’s our phones, laptops, or smart devices, tech is a massive part of our lives, and can be a fantastic ally to help us understand the natural world. But, due to the energy resource costs in making the gadgets we love, a…
 
This week I spoke with Noam Chomsky, one of the most influential intellectuals in the world. He is a Professor Laureate of Linguistics at the University of Arizona, a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the author of more than 150 books! During our conversation I asked him whether he thought a decentralization of power and anarc…
 
For episode two, we take a windy walk with radio and TV presenter Gemma Cairney, and her partner Cameron (founder of specialist coffee subscription service - MF Coffee) at the inimitable Jupiter Artland, near Edinburgh. We also talk to Tom Dixon, who runs community groups and an art gallery on his land in Devon and also just happens to be the co-fo…
 
This week I spoke with Matt Stoller, Director of Research at the American Economic Liberties Project. He’s a contributor on the YouTube show "Breaking Points" and author of Goliath: The Hundred Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy. In our conversation I asked Matt about whether it’s time for a revolution--to do something radical? He reveal…
 
“I think that the change is going to start with you and I, and people going into the supermarket and people going into their high street chains and demanding better” From breaking down barriers in farming to the pure joy of growing a successful crop, Groove Armada’s Andy Cato joins Cel Spellman to discuss his amazing company Wildfarmed in this bonu…
 
This week I spoke with Nicolas Glynos, who is Vice President of the Student Association for Psychedelic Studies and Co-founder of Psychedelic Neuroscience and Therapy for the University of Michigan. His latest work is focused on the compound DMT (N, N- Dimethyltryptamine), which exists within our bodies as well as throughout nature. (It's sometimes…
 
Fearne is a Goodwill Ambassador for Mental Health and Wellbeing for The Prince’s Trust, a brilliant charity that helps people who have faced disadvantage and adversity to get their lives on track, supporting them into education, training, and jobs. In this special episode, Fearne chats to Emma-May about the role The Prince’s Trust has played in hel…
 
We're down in Devon to plant a sapling and hear about Ellen Miles' two campaigns - lobbying the UN to make nature a human right and encouraging planting in communities through Dream Green. We also hear from Amira Patel, who's given thousands of people a space to connect with nature, their faith and each other through her group The Wanderlust Women.…
 
Lizi Jackson-Barrett is a Body Confidence Expert, Ted Speaker and best-selling author. Through her experience with alopecia she has transformed her life, and that of others and now she shares her 'lightbulb moment' discoveries with us. We learned: How to parent our children in a world where the media expects a certain image of unattainable, "Kardas…
 
Who gets to decide who and what you are? Amanda de Cadenet quit the fame she’d found on British TV after being hounded by the press. She was seen through the eyes of others – journalists, photographers, and viewers – so she chose to reclaim her image by becoming a photographer herself, and reclaimed her voice by starting her own chat shows. In this…
 
This week I spoke with David Buss, an evolutionary psychologist at the University of Texas at Austin. He is one of the founders of the field of evolutionary psychology, and his current research focuses on sex differences in mate selection, mate attraction, infidelity, and the emotions of jealousy, lust, and love. More Info: Find out more about Davi…
 
“If we don't sort this out, there's no plan B. And so I really want to spend the rest of my days as an active adult trying” - Andy Cato Whether cooking at home or picking up a take-away, there's a deep-rooted connection between how we feed ourselves and the health of our planet. And how our food is being produced is a big part of that. Actor and WW…
 
It's only taken a year (but we've had brain fog, undulating hormones, small children, big children and about 6 other jobs between us to contend with!) BUT with one final contraction, we are finally birthing season three of Irregular Bitches. We have so many treats in store for you this series, so listen, review (pretty please!) and spread the Irreg…
 
This week I spoke with Michael Winterbottom, a multi-award-winning film director behind the likes of "24 Hour Party People," "Greed," and "The Emperor’s New Clothes", a film we made together in 2015. His latest film, "Eleven Days In May," focuses on the 60 children killed in the Gaza conflict last May. More Info: Find out how you can see "Eleven Da…
 
Rugby player Jonny Wilkinson was once driven by a quest for perfection, and an obsession with becoming the best player in the world. Now though, he’s learning to be content with who he is in the present. In this chat, Jonny and Fearne explore the idea that sometimes our own imagination is what’s limiting our idea of success before we’ve even begun,…
 
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