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Neil takes you with him on an unforgettable journey - from your sitting room couch to the history beneath your feet. Walking in the footsteps of our ancestors to discover what made them tick and what makes us who we are today. New Videos Every Week on Neil Oliver's Patreon site https://www.patreon.com/neiloliver Instagram account – NeilOliverLoveLetter https://www.instagram.com/neiloliverloveletter/?hl=en Send any questions to – neiloliverpodcast@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy a ...
 
We are all made of stories, but most people aren't aware. Stories fly around us like invisible butterflies all day with a beginning, a middle, and an end. Once we see them, we can attach our own meaning and come up with a new narrative. I have had a wild ride thus far of stories with everything from the suicide of my wife, hanging out at Neil Young's ranch, my mental illness, harmonizing with an Everly Brother, and a few near-death experiences. Get the popcorn ready: it's Story Time.
 
Join Sport Psychologist, Dan Abrahams, on The Sport Psych Show as he aims to demystify sport psychology for players, coaches and parents by speaking with some of the most influential people in sports performance today. Dan is on a mission to learn more about how sport psychology philosophies, tools and techniques positively impact participation, progression and performance in sport. He wants to learn more about how to drive participation – what motivational tools engage players and inspire p ...
 
Welcome to the Sound and Music Podcast – a place where extraordinary new music and ideas are brought to life by the people who make it. Each episode is hosted by Susanna Eastburn MBE alongside an invited guest host, and features interviews and music by three composers from diverse backgrounds and genres, introducing you, the listener, to new ways of understanding new music and the processes behind it. Featured composers include Shabaka Hutchings, Errollyn Wallen, Lei Liang, Reeta Loi, India ...
 
In Fitness and In Health is a podcast that interviews industry experts from Fitness Tech CEOs, celebrity personal trainers, famous chefs, nutrition experts, and so much more! The show is hosted by Cory McKane, who has interviewed such people as Dan Uyemura - The founder of the gym software PushPress, Casey Danford - the creator of the Training Mask, and so many more incredible individuals. We provide an inside look into what it takes to build and grow fitness brands, how to establish a train ...
 
Dream Job Ready is here to help, excite, inspire and ready the next generation of young professionals to get their dream job. Marketing, media, digital and communications expert Dane Sharp hosts the podcast series and interviews guests that have the types of jobs the rest of us want. Dream Jobs! From CEOs and CMOs of the world’s biggest companies to Sporting Commentators, Data Scientists, Designers, Engineers, Photographers, Sales Directors and a million job titles in between... They'll shar ...
 
How do people survive living and working in challenging organisations? There are few peace-time environments that pose as much risk and danger as forensic institutions yet people and groups find ways to navigate the difficulties of existing within these systems and even manage to flourish and grow. Listen to Locked up Living with David Jones and Naomi Murphy who have decades of managing this experience talking to a broad range of guests who have a rich variety of encounters with some of the ...
 
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In this episode we are walking down Whitehall, one of London’s most famous streets, to remember the dead of the First World War. Fabian Ware joined the British army at the outbreak of the war, but because he was 45 years old, the authorities would let him fight on the front line and put him in charge of a mobile ambulance unit instead. Appalled by …
 
I speak to BPS Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist and HCPC Practitioner Psychologist, Dr Bryan McCann in this episode. Bryan is a lecturer in Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. He is an active researcher interested in a range of sport and exercise psychology topics, in particular the social influences on motivation in sport and exe…
 
This week’s DumTeeDum tune is the latest from our Stephen Bowden and we are lucky enough to hear thoughts from: Monty, Jen - Ambride Pony Club, Bernadette, God Squad Mia, Sue, Glyn, Brian, Katherine, Witherspoon, Mike, Rob, Anon of Ambridge and to Matson Taylor author of "The Miseducation of Evie Epworth". Please call in to the show using this link…
 
Fifteenth of January, a year ago, Naomi Murphy and David Jones published the first Locked up Living Podcast. Fifty nine episodes later we return to the very first one in a specially edited version. In this episode Gareth Ross and Lucy Reading told us about their recently published research which describes the social climate across therapeutic and n…
 
Deborah Powney is a lecturer in Criminal Justice and a final year PhD Candidate specialising in recovery and growth in female and male victims of intimate partner abuse, domestic violence and coercive control. Having a particular focus on male victims, she has conducted two international studies throughout the pandemic to investigate the types, lev…
 
I’m delighted to speak to Dr Matthew Schweickle in this week’s episode. Matt is a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Wollongong. Matt’s particular area of interest is clutch performances and the psychology of what is happening during clutch performances when people are performing well under pressure. We discuss in detail a fascin…
 
Stephen Fry joins DumTeeDum to discuss all things Ambridge, from his first memories of ‘The Archers’ to his views on current storylines. From what character he’d like to play, to the next potential Lynda Snell production. He also answers calls from Ambridge ‘residents’ with rather interesting results! This week’s DumTeeDum tune is from Stephen Bowd…
 
Ben Crewe, Susie Hulley and Serena Wright discuss their research on the implications of life imprisonment for young men and women. Their powerful experiences convey the deep and lasting sadness for all arising from such tragic events and the richness of their descriptions help us grasp the basic humanity of all those involved. This is quite a long …
 
In this episode Horatio Herbert Kitchener, the secretary of state for war, declares, Your Country Needs You! The First World War meant that Britain had to raise a new army from volunteers, so the call was raised. Five strong, stout brothers from the Souls family, who lived in the Gloucestershire village of Great Rissington, signed up to join the ar…
 
We have special news! In this episode we announce our incredible guest for next week. We also have the 'New Year Quiz' with Kate Crichton and Philippa receives an unexpected visitor during 'tweet of the week'. We discuss Ruairi v Alice, the cryptocurrency issue, Alan’s vicar skills and the storage of eggs. With fabulous contributions from: Stephen …
 
Africa's population growth in the last 50 years has been unprecedented. By mid-century, the continent will make up a quarter of the global population, compared to one-tenth in 1980. By the end of the century, the proportion could be as much as 40 per cent. This is a mega-trend that should not be ignored.Africa's youth is the most striking aspect of…
 
Dr Neil Scott Gordon is a forensic psychotherapist and has worked for over 40 years as a senior clinician and supervisor in high secure and community settings. He has had an extraordinary career in psychiatric nursing and forensic psychotherapy. The final years of his working life were devoted to the development and roll out of KUF (Knowledge and U…
 
In this episode we’re travelling over the sea to Skye, an island of ancient jagged crags and rare breath-taking beauty, which feels as though it’s washed in heaven’s tears. When the first world war was declared, there was a seismic shift and everything changed forever. All of Britain felt it’s pain and devastation, but it hit the Highlands the hard…
 
I’m delighted to welcome back licensed clinical psychologist and sport psychologist, Dr Scott Goldman in this episode. Scott started out at the University of Arizona where was one of the first embedded sport psychologists in an athletic department. He has since served as a clinical and performance psychologist for the University of Michigan and Sai…
 
With an absolutely amazing Christmas theme tune from our Stephen - wow! This episode includes a superb Christmas Quiz by Kate Crichton. With contributions from Rob, Glyn, Jacqueline from Brittany, Katherine, Claire from Clapham, Jen - our Ambridge Pony Club, Witherspoon, Cheryl from Cornwall, Anon of Ambridge, author William Shaw and Mia for her tu…
 
A day after his landmark court ruling, retired police officer and Fair Cop founder Harry Miller joins us to discuss his victory for free speech, which saw the Court of Appeal rule that the police's definition of a 'hate incident' is unlawful and had a 'chilling effect' on his freedom of expression after he was visited over trans tweets. This is a h…
 
Jennifer Rodriguez is an attachment-based psychotherapist specialising inattachment-related issues and trauma. She holds a special interest in how the quality of our earliest attachments impact on our health, social and mental well-being; and in the neuroscience, neurobiology, ethology, phylogeny and how it shows up in the ‘between-us’ in the thera…
 
In this episode we join Neil as he steps aboard the Titanic, one of the most iconic ships in the world. For Neil this a pivotal moment in history, which marks a point when the world changed forever. When the Titanic set sail on its maiden voyage it was the largest human-made object that had ever moved across the face of the planet. 900 feet long (2…
 
I speak with Dr Amy Whitehead and Jenny Coe in this episode. Amy is a Reader in Sport Psychology and Coaching and teaches across the Sport Coaching, Physical Education and Sport Psychology programmes at Liverpool John Moores University. Amy is a BPS accredited sport and exercise psychologist and has worked for organisations such as St. Helen’s RFC,…
 
With thanks to Stephen for his DumTeeDum tune and to Caroline, Meg, Wendy & Alan, Jen (Ambridge Pony Club), Richard, Sarah, Bill, Rosie, Rob, Stephen, Sarah, Brian, Vasana, Amelia, Anon of Ambridge and Booktuber Lauren from 'Lauren and the books' for their contributions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Marguerite Schinkel is a criminologist at the University of Glasgow and the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research. Her research has focused on the meaning of sentences for those who serve them, focusing on long-term and persistent short-term prison sentences. She is also involved in another project funded by Community Justice Scotland, alo…
 
In this episode, powered by their fabulous fecundity and political astuteness, the Stuart family line inherited the Scottish and English crowns and spread their power and influence right across the British Isles. The C19th saw a canny member of the Stuart clan spotted a gilt-edged opportunity in Cardiff. As the industrial revolution swept across th…
 
On this week's #SWYSI, award-winning Australian writer and lawyer Helen Dale discusses all things Australia. Why does Australia appear so authoritarian these days? Is this a new phenomenon or is it rooted in Australia's history and culture?---------------SUBSCRIBE: If you are enjoying the show, please subscribe to our channel on YouTube (click the …
 
I speak with Dr Oliver Runswick in this episode. Ollie is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Performance Psychology at King's College London. His research focuses on understanding and enhancing learning and performance in domains including sport, dance, education, and the military. Prior to joining King’s Ollie worked as a Senior Lecturer in Sport…
 
In this week’s episode we gain exclusive access to a secret letter Hazel has written. We also feature a DumTeeDum tune from Mia and have contributions from Rob, Linda/Lindy Lou, Formerly Cycling Christine, Claire from Clapham, Helen from Rotherham, Carolyn from Anglesey, God Squad Mia, Katherine and Kate, Witherspoon, Dr Becky, Charles, Katherine, …
 
Professor Kimberley Brownlee is a philosopher. She holds the Canada Research Chair in Ethics and Political & Social Philosophy at the University of British Columbia in Canada. Prior to that, she lived in the UK for close to 20 years and was a professor at the University of Warwick and senior lecturer at the University of Manchester. Her work focuse…
 
In this episode we’re putting on our best and strolling along a stylish promenade in Scarborough, the ‘Nice of the North’ to pay homage to the Great British seaside tradition. The tentacles of Scarborough’s history stretch back thousands of years. On it’s cliffs is an Iron Age Fort. The Viking also took a fancy to the place and much later in the C1…
 
Peter Whittle guest hosts this week's episode of Widdecombe, Webb & Woberts (#NCFWWW), feat. the Rt. Hon. Anne Widdecombe and Abi Roberts. Topics discussed include:* Barbados ditching the Monarchy. Why did the Prince of Wales apologise for Britain's role in the slave trade given that Britain also led the world in abolishing slavery?* Is the shockin…
 
On 30 November 2021 Neil Oliver delivered the New Culture Forum's 2021 Smith Lecture to a sold-out audience in central London. The title to his talk was "The Attack on Our History & Culture".In recent years we have seen a concerted effort to rewrite British history, denigrating its achievements, exaggerating its faults and casting its heroes as vil…
 
I’m delighted to speak with Dr Karen Howells and Holly Bradshaw in this episode. Karen is a Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Cardiff Metropolitan University. She is a Chartered Psychologist of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a registered Practitioner Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Ka…
 
With thanks to Stephen, Rob, Meg & Wendy, Glyn, Witherspoon, Carol from the Highlands, Brian, Formerly Cycling Christine, Katherine, Charles, Chris from York, Anon of Ambridge. and author Nikki May for their contributions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Jacqui is a Speech and Language Therapist at HMP Berwyn. Hidden within the prison walls are people with various needs which are a risk to their health and wellbeing. Jacqui works across all ages from 18 to end of life, trying to support the communication needs of this marginalised group at all stages of their prison sentence. She has specific inter…
 
Composers Blythe Pepino, Rocky Dawuni and Emily Hall share their music and thoughts exploring activism in the climate crisis. What is the place of music in climate activism, and how do composers take action in their music? From protest songs to upbeat afroroots music inspiring hope and action, we listen to the origins of Extinction Rebellion’s “Eme…
 
In this episode we stride around the Elizabethan battlements of a town held ready for war! Berwick-upon-Tweed is a place packed to bursting with thousands of years of rich history. Celtic Britons made it their home, followed by the Romans and the Anglo-Saxons. It was a wealthy, flourishing port before any of the modern nation states – England, Scot…
 
Peter Whittle takes #SWYSI to Brighton to interview legendary columnist and author Julie Burchill, described by the Observer as "outrageously outspoken" and "usually offensive". Julie discusses her remarkable -- and remarkably controversial -- life and career, as well as her excellent new book: "Welcome to the Woke Trials: How #Identity Killed Prog…
 
I’m delighted to speak with Dr Jamie Taylor in this episode. Jamie is a senior coach developer at Grey Matters, a company specialising in performance enhancement and coaching development for individuals, sporting/cultural organisations and systems. Jamie is also Assistant Professor at Dublin City University. He works at The University of Edinburgh,…
 
Dr Kerry Beckley is Consultant Clinical Forensic Psychologist who has worked in a range of forensic hospital and community settings. She is known for her work in developing and training others to use schema therapy in these contexts, and is an accredited trainer/supervisor in individual and group schema therapy. Having spent 23 years working for th…
 
Janne gives us a deep dive into the efficacy of noise-masking technologies on sleep performance. Thought to be an ideal solution to drown out ambient noise that impedes sleep, new studies are now indicating that while noise-masking may help you fall asleep, it can actually be detrimental to one’s overall sleep performance – in particular slow-wave …
 
In this episode we travel with Neil to meet the man who split the atom! Ernest Rutherford’s father said to his children, ‘without money we have to think’ – and think Ernest did. Ernest’s brain took him from his childhood home in rural New Zealand to a scientific career that spanned right around the world. In Manchester he assembled a brilliant and …
 
On this week's #SWYSI we are joined by Matt (Lord) Ridley, the distinguished journalist and businessman best known for his articles and books on science, the environment and economics. In this episode he discusses his important new book: "Viral: The Search for the Origin of Covid-19"To quote from the book's description: "Understanding how Covid-19 …
 
I’m delighted to welcome Dr Mustafa Sarkar back on the show. Mustafa is Associate Professor of Sport and Performance Psychology at Nottingham Trent University. His main area of research is on individual, team and organisational resilience in elite sport. Mustafa has a background in teaching and research with most of his research focusing on the psy…
 
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