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DJ Annie Macmanus chats to artists, writers, musicians and a host of fascinating people about CHANGE. Each guest talks through the biggest changes they have overcome in childhood and adulthood, and how they effect change. The podcast explores how change punctuates our lives, how it can totally derail us and define who we are. How we confront it, react to it and how we try to activate change has never been more important than in this moment. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inf ...
 
Best selling author, CoppaFeel! cancer charity founder, and now podcaster, Kris knows how to roll the turds life gives you in glitter. Each week Kris will be joined by a very special guest to learn about their turds, how they came to be and what impact they had, and at the end of the day, how they found the glitter in spite of the turd. Expect names you know, some you don't, and Kris will also be sharing your own stories. If you want to share the story of how you've glittered your turd, send ...
 
Have you ever imagined taking a different path? Is there something you wish you could have done differently? Do you have a hidden passion that you want to turn into your future? Rosie Smith and TV-legend mum Lorraine Kelly present 'What if?', a new podcast series exploring life's 'what ifs'. Each week they meet celebrity guests to discuss these turning points, thoughts and decisions - and ponder the meaning of success and satisfaction. Brought to you by Home Instead
 
Can we learn to make smarter choices? Listen in as host Katy Milkman--behavioral scientist, Wharton professor, and author of How to Change--shares stories of high-stakes decisions and what research reveals they can teach us. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics to help you improve your judgment and change for good. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for inf ...
 
ITV Pridecast is the podcast about all things LGBT+ brought to you by ITV. Join Liam McConkey where he speaks to people from across the community and finds out where they are on their journey. As well as that, listen for all the latest LGBT+ news, events, and the things that matter to you.
 
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THIS WAY UP is a podcast featuring interviews with leading women in the creative industry. Sharing the good, the bad and the ugly of their careers. It’s those valuable insights that make the journey up a little less hard. For more info: www.thiswayup.io Follow us: @thiswayuppodcast
 
A new podcast from UK based independent publisher Comma Press, specialising in the short story and literature in translation. Series Two: Futures, brings listeners 6 discussions around future-set fiction, including sci-fi, speculative fiction and future-looking literary fiction. This series takes in a number of recent and bestselling Comma titles, with episodes featuring authors, translators, editors and academics in conversation about the influence of genre, and how science-fiction and writ ...
 
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In support of World Aids Day on 1st December, Annie spoke to Sasha who was born with HIV but only found out about her hidden diagnosis when she was 16 after going to A&E with an injury. She had spent most of her childhood in hospitals but wasn’t told why. Sasha is part of the first cohort of babies to survive with HIV and has struggled with treatme…
 
In recent years the rights of people who identify as transgender have been big talking points. Much of the conversation has been centred upon the extent to which trans people can freely be themselves in a society that is accustomed to a cisgendered outlook. That is an experience which is of course shared by many across the LGBTQ+ community, and it …
 
In today's episode, Jada is joined by her boyfriend Chris for a q&a episode as they celebrate a year of dating. Jada's Socials: https://www.instagram.com/jadajonesss https://www.tiktok.com/@_jadajonesss_ https://www.youtube.com/@jada Follow the Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/highkeyadulting Contact: business@jadajones.co --- This episode is spo…
 
Goldie is a music legend; a producer and DJ, graffiti artist and actor, instantly recognisable for wearing gold grills on his teeth. In the 90’s he became a pioneer of jungle and drum and bass music in the UK and launched the now legendary music label Metalheadz with DJ duo Kemistry & Storm. He released his ground breaking album Timeless in 1995, w…
 
In today's episode, Jada invites LA actress Sophie Jordan Collins to talk about how she was able to move to LA to pursue her acting journey with almost no money. This is definitely an inspiring episode, especially for all of you actors listening. Sophie Jordan Collins Jada's Socials: https://www.instagram.com/jadajonesss https://www.tiktok.com/@_ja…
 
If you follow the high octane, high action, and the highly skilled sport of downhill mountain biking then you will know the name Tahnée Seagrave… if you don’t then it doesn’t matter, as this is an episode of the podcast you need to hear regardless. Tahnée is a multiple World Cup winner, athlete for Red Bull and Fox Racing, but after a major crash s…
 
How and why should we change the conversation around death and grief? Cariad Lloyd is an award winning actor and comedian but she might be best known for starting a much needed public conversation around grief. In 2016, Cariad launched her multi award winning podcast, Griefcast - a podcast that examines the human experience of grief and death but w…
 
From hosting the award winning podcast 'Grief Cast', to stand-up, acting and soon to be releasing her new book ‘You Are Not Alone’ Cariad knows about loss and grief. In this episode she and Kris go deep into why Cariad began 'Grief Cast', the threads and themes she has discovered through speaking to her guests, and how that in turn has shaped how s…
 
It seems like every other week there's a news report about how coffee will help you live longer or will shorten your life. There are similar reports about vitamins and water consumption and any number of other health-related studies. So why do we see so much conflicting information around scientific research in the media? In this episode of Choiceo…
 
Patrick Cox was the most sought after shoe designer of the 90s, now he is a toad facilitator in Ibiza. When it comes to changes, you can’t get much more extreme. Patrick (otherwise known as Party Pat thanks to Janet Jackson) is the creator of the Wannabe, a modern style loafer, wanted and worn by everyone in the Brit Pop era. Every pop star you can…
 
Around four weeks after giving birth to her son, Laura Dockrill found herself in a psychricatic ward on suicide watch. She had numerous delusions including that her husband wanted to steal their newborn away, her father-in-law had hypnotised her, and that she was herself a femme fetale. Laura was suffering from postpartum psychosis which affects on…
 
Dame Kelly Holmes MBE is one of the most respected and recognisable athletes the UK has ever produced. Many will remember when she triumphed at the 2004 Olympics in Athens to bring home two gold medals, and scenes of sheer joy following her incredible achievement. Kelly has won an array of medals during her sporting career, making her an Olympic, C…
 
This week’s episode is a story of love and how love can change your life. It’s a story about marriage, family, health and grief but at its core is love. Love at all costs. Tembi Locke is an actress and an author and now the co-writer and executive producer behind the new Netflix’s series, ‘From Scratch’, based on Tembi’s beautiful and heartbreaking…
 
In honor of breast cancer awareness month, Jada sits down with Anne With An E actress, Miranda Mckeon, to talk about her journey of resilience whilst fighting cancer and the parallels of the chronic illnesses the two are experiencing. Miranda Mckeon Jada's Socials: https://www.instagram.com/jadajonesss https://www.tiktok.com/@_jadajonesss_ https://…
 
In this episode, Jada comes back to talk about the past few months in her life and the debilitating condition she experienced called TSW (Topical Steroid Withdrawal).Odele Beauty:https://odelebeauty.com/https://www.instagram.com/odelebeauty/Jada's Socials:https://www.instagram.com/jadajonessshttps://www.tiktok.com/@_jadajonesss_https://www.youtube.…
 
National treasure, CoppaFeel! patron, all round person from the TV or radio you can see yourself talking a walk with, Dermot O’Leary knows he leads a fortunate life and is very grateful for it. In this week’s podcast Dermot and Kris discuss what shaped him into the person we see on our screens, and why a work ethic is so important but so is empathy…
 
You've probably caught yourself indulging after a workout or a game or a stretch of healthy eating. Maybe it was a pint or two after a soccer game or an extra piece of cheesecake after a vigorous hike. These indulgences are easier to justify after a healthy activity. Ironically, though, these indulgences can undo some of your hard work. So why do w…
 
Can you heal yourself from trauma and change the course of your health? Gabor Mate believes you can. Gabor is a physician and an internationally renowned bestselling author and addiction expert in huge demand to speak about his expertise on addiction, trauma, childhood development, and the relationship of stress and illness. Gabor teaches that as h…
 
Sophie Willan is fabulous; an actor, comedian and writer from Bolton, whose sitcom ‘Alma’s Not Normal’ earned her two BAFTAs. Her writing manages to be both fearless in tackling serious themes, and incredibly funny. You only have to watch Sophie’s reaction to winning her first BAFTA and acceptance speech for the second to realise how hilarious Soph…
 
When you think of David Gandy you may picture crystal blue waters, dark eyes, and some small white pants… a pretty bliss picture, right? Like everyone though, he too has had his share of ‘turds’ to deal with in his life. On this episode of the podcast, Kris gets under the skin of David to find out what it’s like to work in an industry based on look…
 
If you’ve ever lost a job, or been through a breakup, or failed an exam, you’ll know that the aftermath can be painful and disorienting. But for some percentage of those who experience these disappointing outcomes, unforeseen opportunities will arise. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at the occasional upside of being forced…
 
‘You never quite know the ripple effect you have when you’re telling a tale’. Anne Marie Duff is a storyteller at heart. She is currently starring as Grace, a wife in an abusive relationship in Sharon Horgan’s phenomenal dark comedy, Bad Sisters which is being talked about everywhere. She’s an award-winning actress known for her BAFTA nominated rol…
 
Paralysed in a car crash at 18, Sophie Morgan has become one of the most prominent TV presenter’s in the UK with a disability, from fronting her own documentaries as well as being a regular contributor on the likes of Loose Women. Apart from becoming a regular face on screen, she is a keen artist and also released her autobiography detailing her li…
 
Sam Smith is back and on fire. They’re releasing new music and being completely themselves, knowing exactly who they are. Sam’s achieved monumental success - four Grammy Awards, three Brit Awards, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award. In 2019, Sam came out as non binary and today, their music is more popular than ever with their current single Unhol…
 
After a break away for the summer, the Pridecast is back! Joining Liam on this episode is Sam Tatlow, who plays an integral role in promoting diversity and inclusion across ITV. Since December 2020, Sam has worked for the company as a Creative Diversity Partner and she looks to ensure that ITV is reflecting modern Britain both on and off-screen. Sa…
 
We are so happy to welcome onto the podcast, a woman who kept our spirits up during lockdown and is a glitterer across all her many talents... singer, songwriter, author, podcaster and kitchen disco queen… this week’s guest is Sophie Ellis Bextor. In the podcast you’ll hear stories of how the glitter wasn’t always present, what the music industry c…
 
When we feel angry or excited, or happy or sad, the reasons for those emotions may seem obvious. Angry? It was that argument with a spouse. Excited? It was that promotion at work. Happy? Must've been that delicious meal. Sad? It was that tearjerker film, for sure. But it turns out that we often mistake the root causes of our feelings and other expe…
 
This week on Changes, we welcome Shon Faye journalist and author of The Transgender Issue: An Argument for Justice, the biggest selling book on this topic in Britain and a Sunday Times Bestseller. Shon also hosts the podcast Call Me Mother which features conversations with LGBTQ+ trailblazers about what it means to be queer today. Shon’s book has b…
 
Comedian Rosie Jones is someone who really does not let the turd they’ve been given hold them back in life. She’s toured the country, written amazing kids books, become a regular face on our TV screens, and can now tick off Glittering A Turd podcast guest. She is an advocate for those with a disability and additional needs, as well as being an ally…
 
How can knowing more about the Universe change your life? Professor Brian Cox has the answer. A Former rock star turned physicist who has gone from playing keys in the band D:Ream, which had a UK No. 1 hit with "Things Can Only Get Better", to becoming everyone’s favourite physicist selling out arenas around the world with his fascinating shows abo…
 
“Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” A quintessentially American phrase from the Declaration of Independence. That “pursuit of happiness” takes many forms, but it turns out that some approaches are more likely to be successful, according to science. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at a way to frame how you spend …
 
It’s fair to say Robbie Williams knows a thing or two about change - catapulted from Stoke On Trent to superstar fame as a teenager in Take That before becoming one of the best selling artists of all time, a spotlight which came with relentless scrutiny and pressures. Robbie has achieved 13 number one UK albums, a record 18 Brit Awards and sold 80 …
 
Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain brought the nation together with not only her bakes, but her empowering speech upon winning the competition. Nadiya wasn’t the one who entered Bake Off, her husband did on her behalf and Kris gets into that, what life for her was like growing up as a female in a male dominated culture, and Nadiya’s ‘turd’ is a big one…
 
Get ready for a South Dublin takeover! Annie is joined by the Irish comedian Joanne McNally, who, as well as hosting the phenomenally successful podcast ‘My Therapist Ghosted Me’ with her friend Vogue Williams, has sold out 60 nights at the Vicar Street venue in Dublin with her stand up show The Prosecco Express (that’s 63,000 tickets for that venu…
 
Author, podcast host, and Queen of the Castle, Giovanna Fletcher is the first person to tell Kris how they’ve glittered their turd. Tears of joy, tears of sorrow, but overall the turd is left covered in glitter. Trigger warning that miscarriage is spoken about in this episode. If you have been impacted by the theme of this podcast there are support…
 
Humans can easily distinguish between a zero-chance event (e.g., the Washington Nationals winning the World Series in 2022) and a sure thing (e.g., the sun coming up tomorrow). But in between those two clear outcomes, it turns out that we’re not great at estimating odds. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, a bias that affects the way …
 
This week we are revisiting actress and director Billie Piper and Bexy Cameron who was born into a cult called the Children of God. Billie Piper has been famous since she was 14, first a popstar then an award winning actress often playing complicated female characters, starring in Doctor Who, Secret Diary of A Call Girl, Collateral, I Hate Suzie, Y…
 
Looking back at some stand out episodes, this week we revisit Davina McCall and Billy Porter. National treasure and TV legend Davina McCall has become a voice for women going through menopause raising awareness and understanding. She has also been through a lot in her life, here talking about being left with her Granny as a child and her subsequent…
 
You hear it a lot in contemporary education, the tech world, and the arts: that it's important to fail, to make mistakes so that you can learn from them and get better at whatever you do. But that generally accepted wisdom is incomplete. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at how failure can cloud your ability to learn and to …
 
This week we revisit highlights from two impactful episodes, the incredible author Zadie Smith and Jhemar Jonas who’s brother Michael was fatally stabbed to death. Since the night of his brother’s death, when Jhemar was 16, Jhemar has been trying to change the world advocating for youth-led solutions to violence and knife crime. He has mentored stu…
 
Coming 30th August, hit 'follow' now so you never miss an episode! Glittering A Turd shares its name with the best selling book from author, CoppaFeel! cancer charity founder and all round super human, Kris Hallenga. Kris is joined each week by a very special guest to discuss how life can throw many turds at you, often when you least expect it, and…
 
In August 2015 author Katherine May set out to walk the 630-mile south west coast path. Setting her feet down on the rugged and difficult path by the sea answers long standing questions. What followed was the journey of self discovery documented in her book The Electricity of Every Living Thing which has just been adapted into an immersive Audible …
 
This week we are revisiting highlights from two very prominent people in British Media - Romesh Ranganathan and Katie Price. Romesh is one of the UK’s most successful comedians but as you will hear in this conversation he experienced seismic changes in his life before he became famous. His whole world was turned upside down as a child when within t…
 
In this special episode of the ITV Pridecast, Liam McConkey hosts the podcast live from the Royal Welsh Show, one of the largest agricultural festivals in Europe. The event, which is held at the Royal Welsh Showground in Llanelwedd in Mid Wales, sees around 200,000 people visit to see some of the best livestock and equine competitions across the co…
 
Why do people commit violent crimes? Do we all have the capacity to be evil? And is it possible to change the mind of a murderer? This week on Changes, we speak to one of Britain’s leading forensic psychiatrists Dr Gwen Adshead, co-author of the Sunday Times Bestseller The Devil You Know: Encounters in Forensic Psychiatry. Dr Adshead has spent over…
 
Denise Gough is a double Olivier Award winning actress having blown away critics in the plays People, Places and Things and Angels in America, but before seeing her name in lights, Denise was a homeless drug addict begging on Shaftesbury Avenue. This is her account of her remarkable story of change, from a small town in Ireland to being one of the …
 
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