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Big Fat Negative is the podcast about IVF, infertility and the trials of TTC - aka trying for a baby. Co-hosted by journalists and friends Emma Forsyth Haslett and Gabriella Griffith, the show follows their stories on the not-so-simple journey to motherhood, while also interviewing a range of experts on all things infertility.
 
The WITSUP, women in triathlon, podcast is a lot more than just swim, bike and run. It's all about getting to know the person behind the triathlete. What makes them tick. Who or what inspires them. What has driven them to be the person and the athlete they are today. So imagine yourself joining me and your favourite triathlete for a chat over a coffee, or a wine if you prefer, and plenty of laughs.
 
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Colonel Yvonne Spencer is a mover, shaker, disrupter, and leader in basically anything and everything she does. Not only is she one of the few Black Female Colonels in the United States Air Force, she is a pioneer in the triathlon community with Fast Chix, and an absolute force of a human being. We chat about her journey; the criticisms, learnings,…
 
From silk painting to ice skating, and a sporting history lesson about one of the most infamous ice skaters in the history of the sport.This chat covers it all, but some of the standout moments are realisations that seem to be happening mid sentence for Emma. She really takes her time to digest and think about some of her answers, particularly when…
 
Mel McQuaid is the expert juggler. She has had great success across many disciplines, from off road and on road racing, plus coaching.At the age of 47, “it's been a good ride", but she follows up quickly with "so far!" She is showing no signs of slowing down - literally and figuratively - and even has the numbers to prove it.TOP TIP: if you haven’t…
 
Gosh I loved catching up with Lisa. The first time I met her, I was actually quite nervous - she was after all (well still is), an Olympic medalist, and played a huge role in the greatest Olympic triathlon finish ever! But, she was so lovely, humble and welcoming. Catching up over this episode was greatness!She got into the sport because of her Mum…
 
Amy Dixon, you achieved what not many can ... you rendered me speechless. I'm still gathering my thoughts as I write this.Amy has lived five or six different lives in her lifetime and I'm not sure I've met anyone who has been thrown so many curveballs, but each time is more and more willing to step back into the batters box, and then (because I'm o…
 
There's just something about Grace that draws people towards her - she's bubbly, approachable, caring and cheeky.Cheekiness is such a skill (perhaps an innate skill), and it's one of my favourite things about her. But there's obviously a lot more to her than that. Who would have known that she really struggled with finding what made her happy to th…
 
When I told Katie Zaferes that we don't talk too much about triathlon in our podcasts, she suggested that we may run out of things to discuss because she was pretty damn boring (her words) outside of triathlon. I think we proved otherwise as we chat and chortle our way through this episode covering an array of topics from reading maps to terrible d…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be helpful to go to the beginning of the podcast and listen from there. You'll get to know us better that way. It's the last episode of the third series, and unfortunately we've got by far the worst guests ever on the show. Sorry about that. Have a listen anyway and let us know what you think. Meanwhile, Liz …
 
Find out more about this lip-syncing, dog loving, craft making, nap taking, food loving, professional big kid, Fenella Langridge.Straight up I find out that she's currently in Morzine, France, which is where I have spent many weeks over European summers with The Buzz Cycling and Triathlon crew, so at first I was jealous, but now I'm living vicariou…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be worth going back to the beginning of the podcast - you'll get to know us better that way. Martha Goddard is the co-writer and director of All Our Eggs, a series of micro-shorts (the film kind, not the pants kind) chronicling one couple's five-year infertility 'journey' (sorry). Martha joins us to talk abou…
 
Introducing our new series, RAW, where I get the opportunity to have discussions with people about topics that might be a little awkward or uncomfortable, but are discussions that should be had.I have no issues in asking that “stupid” question, because I have an overwhelming thirst for learning and listening to stories.RAW is about starting, or con…
 
Hello! Are you a listener? Why not go back to the beginning of the podcast and listen from there - you'll get to know us better that way. Regina Townsend is the founder of Broken Brown Egg, an advocacy group for women of colour who are going through infertility. She discusses her years-long infertility battle and how she learned to fight her own co…
 
Kate Næss' (nee Doughty) is one impressive individual. She always wanted to make it to the Paralympics, and thought she'd be there in the sport of Equestrian, turns out, she made it for triathlon! There are many layers and many stories that make Kate who she is today. There have been some pivotal moments in her life that help to remind her to live …
 
Hi! Are you a new listener? Why not listen to our podcasts from the start? You'll get to know us better that way. Anna German is an illustrator and art teacher whose picture book, So When Are You Going to Have Kids?, explains what it feels like to be asked that question when you are trying to conceive. We talk to her about how she drew creative ins…
 
Hi! Are you a new listener? It might be useful to go back to the beginning of the podcast and listen from there - you'll get to know us better that way. After repeated pregnancy losses, Will and Sherisa Rivera were inspired to start Fertility in Colour, an advocate group to help black and brown families going through infertility. Here, they share t…
 
This is only the second time we've had a Supportive Dude on our podcast, and it fills me with glee to welcome Felix Walchshoefer, CEO of Challenge Roth.This weekend I would have been at Challenge Roth (my second home) covering the event, and catching up with dear friends from across the globe. I've said it before, it's my favourite event, and a lar…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be helpful to go back and listen from the beginning. You'll get to know us better that way. Beth Leonard identifies as queer and non-binary, and has been trying for a baby since they were 31. In this episode, they describe their 'journey'. Meanwhile, Liz and Nick have Added to Cart - and Professor Tim is tack…
 
First up, Grace brought me a coffee, so she wins the award for the best guest. To be fair to the other guests, I haven't recorded an episode face to face in a while, but still, COFFEE!Grace burst onto the triathlon scene when she put on a finish line performance in her debut pro race in 2018 that had the crowd screaming as she kept falling to her k…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Sophie Payne is a plus-size YouTube star who had planned her social media pregnancy announcement down to the tiniest detail. The only problem: she has PCOS. She talks infertility and hospital gown issues with Emma and G…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. We're joined this week by food writer and digital marketer Seetal Savla to talk about going through infertility as part of the South Asian community. Meanwhile, Liz and Nick make a big decision, while Professor Tim Chil…
 
How does a kid who went to school where competitive sport was actively discouraged become one of the best triathletes in the world? GOOD GRIEF! That is just one of the many stories that have shaped Rachel 'Joycey' Joyce.Other stories in this episode include, that time she fell off the trainer in our house, an introvert in Kona, concreting and being…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Sophia Money-Coutts was in the middle of her first egg freezing cycle when lockdown hit. Now she isn't sure whether to go ahead with a freezing cycle - or buy some sperm and get on with it. Liz and Nick are feeling simi…
 
When Emma was three, she spent almost six months in hospital after a team of doctors mis-diagnosed her. That point in her life, although she didn't know it for a very long time, started a series of events and decisions that has turned her into the remarkable woman that she is today - including being the self-confessed crazy horse lady that she is.S…
 
Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. This week we're joined by journalist, blogger and podcaster Alison Perry, aka Not Another Mummy Blogger, to talk about secondary infertility - what happens when your body suddenly can't do what it did before? Meanwhile, Liz an…
 
How to record a podcast when you have two small humans wanting your attention? Hide away in a closet in your bedroom and do your thing!We chat kids, event directing, "phases" in our lives, driving to school on tractors, her profile in the sport, and, our favourite subject, dogs!Follow Jackie: https://www.instagram.com/jackiemhering/BECOME A WITSUP …
 
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode includes descriptions of baby loss and pregnancy after baby loss. Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Zoe Clark-Coates, author of Saying Goodbye, The Baby Loss Guide and Beyond Goodbye, talks about how she dealt with becoming pregna…
 
This is part two of a mini series from Witsup and Inside Tri Show Podcasts, where we discuss body image, eating disorders and disordered eating in triathlon. Listen to The Healthy Body, Part One - www.insidetrishow.com/listenWe can't thank our guests enough for sharing their stories, thoughts and insights. In part two you will hear from professiona…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Emilie Ransley thought she had won her infertility battle: after pregnancy loss, Asherman's syndrome and 10 rounds of IVF, she and her husband opted to use a surrogate in Ukraine. It was good news - until Coronavirus hi…
 
My immediate thoughts when I first met Emma Snowsill (now Emma Frodeno) - FANGIRL! She was the first elite triathlete I ever met and while I towered over this pocket rocket, I felt tiny in the aura that was Emma Snowsill.These days I am lucky to call her a good friend and this chat was a great opportunity to share so many stories - from rhythmic gy…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Cast your minds back to a world in which Coronavirus was but a distant threat. It's under those conditions that Emma met - and shared coffee with! - Catherine Hendy, co-founder of Elanza Wellness, to talk egg freezing -…
 
They broke the mould when they made Steph Corker. Steph has this uncanny way of drawing you in. It's her enthusiasm, her passion, her thoughtfulness, her conversations, and the way she views the world, that just makes you want to be around her.We discuss so many things, from her friendship with her brother, some pivotal moments in her life, tv and …
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? Why not start from the first episode? You'll get to know us better that way. Kemi Olowe thought infertility was her story. It wasn't. After her son, Samuel, was born following years of fertility treatments, she discovered a lump in her breast. She tells her story today. Meanwhile, Liz and Nick are confronting the real…
 
Jodie Stimpson wears her heart on her sleeve, and that's never been more palpable then when her Dad passed away earlier this year - the triathlon community felt her heart break. I was worried about bringing up some very raw emotions with our chat, but for Jodie, it's good for her to talk about the man who was her rock, and I discover just how much …
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? Why not start from the first episode? You'll get to know us better that way. We've finally found someone to talk to us about an issue which affects millions of women: endometriosis. Professor Andrew Horne explains what it is and why it causes infertility, while Professor Tim tackles fresh vs frozen cycles - which are …
 
We've had hundreds of messages from listeners who are worried about restrictions on IVF treatment during Covid-19. We grabbed a few minutes on the phone with Rachel Cutting, the HFEA's director of compliance and information, to find out when it will be back. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
I had completely forgotten just how many stories Sarah Piampiano and I have together - from the first time we met when she rocked up at my door to stay with us, to being pulled over by the police in Austria while we were riding. Between the laughs and the memories, things got very real when the topic of starting a family, retirement and an unknown …
 
Show Highlights Terri is taking a break from Piloting Your Life (the podcast) to focus on her YouTube channel She shares her thoughts on how we can use this time to plant the seeds for what we want in the world moving forward Terri is planting seeds for a more equitable and just society Stay safe and healthy, my friends Terri’s Key Takeaway Think a…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? Why not go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. This week we're talking about (government-mandated) exercise: Lucy Slimmon started the Rainbow Running Club while she was struggling with infertility - we talked to her about how it has helped her. Meanwhile, the Foxes are dipping th…
 
On the count of three, what movie scene featuring an animal sticks in your mind the most ... One, two, three ... What did you say? Was it the same as Asa and I?Pro triathlete, Dr Asa Lundstrom is the epitome of hard work. She has always compensated for her "lack of talent by working hard." And that seems to be the case across all aspects of her lif…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? Why not start from the first episode? You'll get to know us better that way. It's a post-Easter egg-stravaganza: while the Foxes browse an egg bank for the first time, Professor Tim talks low AMH and egg quality - is there a correlation? Meanwhile, Emma and Gabby talk to HR specialists Becky Kearns and Claire Ingle, w…
 
I asked Katee, the hormone nerd, to join me on our podcast, hoping that she might be able to help you out, particularly at this point in time when there is a lot of uncertainty, stress and anxiety. Years ago, I was not ok, and she helped me climb, at a leisurely pace, back out of it. Her knowledge, expertise and personal experience in the world of …
 
Before you've started fertility treatment - before you've even approached your GP - are there ways to optimise your chances of conception? We spoke to Trudi Campbell, nursing director at The Evewell, about how to give yourself your best chance during your first year TTC. Meanwhile, Liz and Nick have taken a trip to their clinic, and Professor Tim C…
 
What does one do with a child who has an excessive amount of energy? You know the type who just can't sit still? Put the pen down, Emma!You let her run to burn off that energy ... and eventually that may end up leading to a running, duathlon and triathlon career. That's what happened with Emma Pallant at least anyway.In between fidgeting with her p…
 
The girls are still stuck in separate parts of the country - but this week they've spoken to Nicole Robinson, whose IVF cycle was cancelled because of the Coronavirus outbreak, while the Foxes run through their options. Professor Tim Child, medical director of Oxford Fertility, tackles cold blood - can feeling chilly really hinder conception? Swear…
 
It's amazing how a quick scroll through someone's Instagram feed can give you some good ammunition for an interview. Sorry Chelsea for bringing up the Tom Brady thing. I hope you're recovering ok?Chelsea has a great story - from her dog getting a turkey stuck on his head, to her Maverick/Bruce Willis brother, and just when I thought her story could…
 
We're back for a third series - and we've got new friends to take us through their 'journey' (urgh). Liz and Nick share their story so far, while Professor Tim Child, medical director of Oxford Fertility, explains why Vitamin D is so important when it comes to fertility. Some swears. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Kendall Macdowell is one of those humans who has this incredible ability to make you stop, think and reassess, and I am extremely lucky to be able to call her a close friend.In a world right now that seems to be spinning out of control, she manages to find the calm, ask the why, and evolve. I always feel better after a conversation with Kendall, or…
 
I've known Holly for a few years now, but have never really had the chance to get to know her very well. I thoroughly enjoyed our chat, her willingness to discuss anything and everything, and her openness to admit that she is still growing and learning.Did you know that Holly was famous before she was even born? Did you know that she carbo loads on…
 
As the UK braces for the pandemic to hit, thousands of patients undergoing fertility treatment are having cycles cancelled. How do you cope? We spoke to perinatal psychologist Julianne Boutaleb, of Parenthood in Mind, about keeping calm when it feels like your world is crashing down. Some mild swears. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
Panda snacks, tv inducing anxiety, tattoos, ice hockey, poli-sci majors, family, and giggles ... all the giggles.It's hard to sum up my chat with Heather Jackson. I scribbled more notes than ever about Heather - I used more ink in my notebook than she has on her body!A truly lovely and humble human, yet fierce competitor on the race track.Do you lo…
 
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