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Medical Minefield is a new health podcast where we talk about the ethical dilemmas at the heart of the health stories that matter the most. Join Barney Calman, the Mail on Sunday's health editor and deputy Health Editor Eve Simmons every week for a podcast tackling the big questions in health.
 
Palace Confidential is weekly royal podcast on the British royal family. Host Jo Elvin, editor of You magazine, speaks to a mix of the Mail's royal experts, celebrity columnists and former palace staff for a mix of exclusive news, sharp analysis and a look back at some fascinating moments in the House of Windsor's history.
 
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One in 10 British children have watched pornography by the time they are 9 – and nearly half of young people think that young girls expect or enjoy rough sex. That’s two of the shocking findings detailed in a new report on pornography this week, based on interviews with 1,000 youngster across the country. In an extended interview with the author of…
 
Sarah and Imogen are joined by Dr Clare Bailey and Henry Shelford, CEO of ADHD UK, who were both diagnosed with ADHD as adults. They talk about how severely it can affect people, explain why it's so poorly recognised and reveal how they live with the condition. Plus, why is it so difficult to find a good pair of Jeans? Over 50 Blogger Michelle Gree…
 
Lately Garrett has been wondering how recent technological advances, especially in the field of artificial intelligence, may change golf architecture in the coming decades. So he called up Peter Flory (@nle_golf), whose digital modeling was a key component of the Lido project in Wisconsin. Peter tells Garrett how he researched the history of the C.…
 
You asked, we answered. Andy and Garrett tackle a variety of golf architecture-related questions from listeners, including ones about the impact a potential equipment rollback will have on championship courses, which practices in modern golf course design are most objectionable, Robert Trent Jones II's pot-stirring Golf Magazine interview, why the …
 
This week, Barney and Eve address the social media backlash to posts by breast cancer surgeon Liz O’Riordan in which she talks about how alcohol and obesity increased the risk of breast cancer. Liz, who’s had breast cancer twice herself, was accused of victim blaming. Dr Asher Larmy, GP and fat activist, claims being overweight doesn’t, in fact, ca…
 
After a two-year layoff to recover from shoulder surgery, Zac Blair is back on the PGA Tour this season. He's also back on the podcast, chatting with Andy about his return to professional golf. They also discuss the final stages of his Tree Farm project in South Carolina and the different contributions that he, Tom Doak, and Kye Goalby brought to t…
 
After the Brit Awards failed to nominate a single female act for the Best Artist award this year, Sarah and Imogen are joined by Vick Bain, President of the Independent Society of Musicians, to discuss why things seem to be getting even harder for women in the music industry. Plus, could you limit yourself to just five fashion items per year? Tiffa…
 
The GCSAA Golf Championships, held annually in conjunction with the GCSAA Convention and Trade Show, is the biggest tournament of the year for golf course superintendents who play competitively. We attended last year’s edition and found it to be a fun, impressive event. With this year’s GCSAA Golf Championships approaching (February 4-6 in Orlando)…
 
Earlier this month, top UK dementia experts published a scathing review into the widespread use of antidepressants in dementia care. Not only did they fail to make patients happier, they put them at risk of potentially lethal falls and injuries. Barney and Eve speak to one patient, Tracey Lane, who has been prescribed the pills twice during her ill…
 
It has been over six years since Rob Collins's first appearance on The Fried Egg podcast. He was guest No. 4 back in 2016, and a lot has happened for his architecture firm King-Collins Golf since then. Rob talks with Andy about his busy 2022, which included the opening of Landmand Golf Club in Nebraska and his ongoing work at Red Feather Golf and S…
 
Sarah and Imogen are joined by Patrick Schmitt, a Master of Wine and international wine judge, Helen McGinn, to talk about the British Sauvignon Blanc which is said to be the best in the world, about why Britain's wines are better than you might think and just how much you need to spend to get a good bottle. Plus, body language and behaviour expert…
 
With the 2023 golf season underway, we're already thinking ahead to the four men's major championships. Joseph LaMagna, who writes the excellent Finding the Edge newsletter, joins Andy to discuss which players have the best chance of winning a big one this year. They sort players into tiers ranging from "No Contention = Major Failure" to "Lightning…
 
This week, we focus on grief. Historian, author and broadcaster Tessa Dunlop talks about the phenomenon of anticipatory grief, as she struggles with the changing relationship she has with her mother, who is creeping into old age and frailty; while Dr Clare Gerada, President of the Royal College of General Practitioners, and a specialist in mental h…
 
Seth Waugh, the CEO of the PGA of America, joins Andy to talk about a range of recent happenings and hot-button issues. They discuss the decisions the PGA made when Covid-19 hit, how the organization goes about selecting host sites, the Ryder Cup, and the emergence of LIV Golf. Seth also gives details on two major golf course developments that the …
 
Sarah and Imogen kick off 2023 with some shortcuts to a new you. Kristen Heider Persson of EF Future Health explains the cutting edge beauty treatments that are now possible thanks to Exosomes, while Get the Gloss' Victoria Woodhall tells all about the latest gadgets that can be used in the home. Plus, Astrologer Jessica Adams calls in from Tasmani…
 
We're back with another edition of the Yolk with Doak, our series with golf architect Tom Doak. Andy and Tom devote a portion of this episode to discussing Ballyneal Golf and Hunt Club, Tom's acclaimed 2006 design in the Chop Hills of Colorado. They talk about Ballyneal's conception, how the owners influenced the final product, comparisons to Coore…
 
This week the team talk about the shocking case of a young pregnant woman who died in November, driven to despair by the severe sickness condition hyperemesis gravidarum. The illness, which famously affected Catherine, Princess of Wales, during her first and third pregnancies, hits three per cent of expectant mothers. And Dr Caitlin Dean of Pregnan…
 
Yesterday, Pinehurst announced that Tom Doak will design the resort's 10th 18-hole course on a dramatic property in Aberdeen, NC. Tom joins Andy to talk about the factors that will make No. 10 unique, including its elevation changes and the fast timeline for the project (his crew has already broken ground). They also discuss Pinehurst more generall…
 
In the first pod of the new year, Andy and Garrett spend some time reflecting on their favorite golf moments from 2022 before looking ahead and picking a few things they're excited about in 2023. First they revisit memories from the biggest tournaments of the past year and relive casual rounds that exceeded expectations. Then they each choose a cou…
 
Sarah and Imogen are joined by Paul Feig, the Hollywood filmmaker behind Bridesmaids, Ghostbusters, Last Christmas and The School For Good and Evil. As well as a brilliant filmmaker, Paul is also passionate about cocktails and tells us how to make some of his favourites. You can also read an interview with Paul Feig in Femail this week: https://www…
 
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, golf caught on outside of Scotland for the first time. The game became especially popular in England, where the number of clubs skyrocketed in the 1890s and the first decade of the 1900s. Michael Morrison’s new book The Great English Golf Boom, 1864-1914: A History chronicles these developments with unprec…
 
This week, Barney and Dr Ellie Cannon ask the question: did the health harms of putting our kids through lockdown and school closures during Covid outweigh any potential benefits? We hear from Professor Stephen Griffin, who supported the lockdowns but believes they should not be a strategy for future pandemics; and to Molly Kingsley, parent and co-…
 
There’s an argument to be made that Walter Travis, the Australian-born American golfer who lived from 1862 to 1927, is the most underrated golf architect of the Golden Age. To learn more about Travis’s life and work, Andy sits down with Renaissance Golf Design associate Brian Schneider, who has done restoration work at several Travis courses. Andy …
 
Sarah Vine and Imogen Edwards Jones are joined by Richard Fitzsimmons who gives his verdict on the latest batch of episodes of Harry and Meghan, Juliet Montford of Crisis who explains how we can all get involved in lending a hand this Christmas and Hannah Betts explains why scented candles are more than just money going up in smoke. You can donate …
 
The Official World Golf Ranking has unexpectedly become a lightning rod for debate this year because of its decisions to overhaul its formula and turn down the upstart LIV Golf league's request for immediate membership. To sort through this mess, Garrett sits down with Joseph LaMagna (@JosephLaMagna), co-founder of Optimal Approach Golf and author …
 
Tragically, at least 15 children have died so far from Strep A infections in the last couple of weeks. This week, Medical Minefield is asking: Is the Government doing enough to protect our children? We hear from resident GP columnist Dr. Ellie Cannon, who is concerned about local shortages of antibiotics, while Adam Finn, Professor of Paediatrics a…
 
Garrett welcomes author Bob Cullen to the podcast to help explain the mysterious ways in which golf can transform a beginner into an addict overnight. Bob examined the subject in his book Why Golf?, which was published over 20 years ago and happens to be one of Garrett's favorite books on the game. Bob also talks about how his experience as a golfe…
 
Sarah Vine and Imogen Edwards Jones are joined by Alek Keshishian, whose new film Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me has been met with great praise since it's launch on Apple Tv, Alek talks about how the film became something different to the original plan, what it's like having a 6 year production come to fruition and about his friendship with Selena Go…
 
The Fried Egg is launching a membership! It's called Club TFE. Starting on January 2, 2023, members will have access to exclusive content, along with a variety of other perks. In this episode, Andy and Garrett dive into the details of what Club TFE will offer. They also chat about the history of The Fried Egg and how they think the company fits int…
 
Health chiefs are planning to offer screening for cervical cancer less often – women will soon have smear tests every three years, instead of every five. But what about women like Destiny Wade, who was diagnosed with the disease three years after a negative smear test? Destiny tells Eve why she thinks the decision will allow more women to fall thro…
 
Sarah and Imogen are joined by Lynne Franks, the PR Guru who inspired Jennifer Saunders' character in Absolutely Fabulous who went on to found SEED and dedicate her life to female empowerment. Plus, Sarah and Imogen are joined by Beatrice Gove and Victoria Woodhall, executive director at Get The Gloss, to discuss the best of beauty and self care gi…
 
If you're a regular listener to The Fried Egg, chances are you've spent a fair amount of time thinking about golf course architecture. But have you ever looked at clubhouses—and other kinds of vertical structures often found on golf courses—and thought about how they're designed? Garrett has been curious about this subject for a while, and that's w…
 
Nick Sherburne, founder of Club Champion, brings decades of experience as a club maker and fitter to the podcast as he and Andy put together sets of their favorite clubs from the 80s, 90s, and early aughts. If the mention of names like Orlimar, Adams, Zebra, and Sonartec give you pangs of nostalgia, you'll enjoy Nick and Andy's lively Black Friday …
 
Sarah Vine and Imogen Edwards Jones are joined by Paul Potts, the Britain's Got Talent winner who traded his job at Carphone Warehouse for a life as an Opera singer, playing around the world and selling millions of albums. Plus, Black Friday is upon us so Watchdog and This Morning star Alice Beer joins us to explain how to make sure the deal you're…
 
In today's edition of the Yolk with Doak, Tom and Andy begin by reminiscing about their visits to Scotland earlier this year. A discussion of restorations, including Tom's own work at the Lido, takes up the middle part of the episode, and they finish with Tom answering listener questions about balancing client demands, handling criticism, choosing …
 
Startling new research shows that a weekly injection can help obese people shift a fortune of weight – by turning off their unusually ferocious appetite. It’s led experts to be even more convinced of the idea that obesity is not a result of greed or lack of willpower – but a biological fault that causes extreme hunger. Daily Mail columnist Sarah Vi…
 
The Yolk with Doak is back! After a busy few months of travel for both Andy and Tom, they had a lot to catch up on. They start by talking about the revival of High Pointe, the first course Tom designed. He shares details about the routing, timeline, and whether he'll once again be the one shaping the greens. Next, some updates on the other ongoing …
 
Sarah Vine and Imogen Edwards Jones are joined by Celia Walden whose latest book, Payback has been receiving great acclaim. Financial expert Iona Bain explains the crypto crash and Dyscalculia. You can find Celia's book here: https://www.waterstones.com/book/payday/celia-walden/9780751583151 Find Iona Bain here: https://twitter.com/ionayoungmoney S…
 
In his new book The Science of Golf, golf broadcaster Will Haskett (@willhaskett) delves into the scientific revolution that golf has experienced over the past quarter century. The book breaks down everything from launch-monitor technology and strokes-gained analytics to neuroscience and agronomy. Will joins Garrett to describe the enormous impact …
 
Recent reports that found adolescents are being prescribed antidepressants by GPs – against NHS guidance that says they should be offered psychotherapy first. Eve Simmons opens up about her struggle with anxiety as a teen, and how an understanding GP who prescribed Prozac was the answer to her problems. With ever growing waiting lists to see mental…
 
Sarah Vine and Imogen Edwards Jones speak to the Historian, Presenter and Author, Simon Sebag Montfiore about his latest book, The World: A Family History. Simon talks about how some of the conflicts that dominate our present are informed by our past, and discusses what the future might look like. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
You can now add "children's book author" to Shane Bacon's (@shanebacon) lengthy résumé. The TV personality and host of the Get a Grip podcast just released his first book, "The Golfer's Zoo." He talks with Garrett about why he wanted to write golf book geared toward kids, the ways that becoming a parent changes one's relationship with the game, and…
 
Ben Fogle visits Sarah Vine and Imogen Edwards Jones to speak about some of his adventures around the world, his early days as a reality tv star and to speak about a new campaign to protect and restore the UK's Biodiversity. You can find out more about Ben's campaign with HP and Arbor day here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CkKnFdSogYR/ Leave a comme…
 
It’s been used since the 1970s as a mood stabiliser for people with bipolar disorder – but now, experts say lithium has fallen out of favour, and patients are paying the price. Dr Allan Young tells Medical Minefield of his concerns that not enough psychiatrists are prescribing the medicine, despite the raft of evidence proving its benefits. But Dr …
 
Only days after LIV's first-year finale in Miami, the high-stakes game of player recruitment for the Saudi-backed league's second season has ratcheted. Building on a recent piece by Andy in The Fried Egg Newsletter, Andy and Garrett discuss the top remaining players on the PGA Tour and their value in the tussle between the Tour and LIV. Andy and Ga…
 
Brendan Parkhurst, superintendent at Cape Arundel Golf Club in Kennebunkport, Maine, joins Andy as the latest guest in our Superintendent Series. Brendan has been at Cape Arundel for over 20 years and has helped guide the Walter Travis-designed course through its restoration. The special care needed for Cape Arundel's dramatic greens, how a tidal r…
 
Sarah Vine and Imogen Edwards-Jones are joined by Tina Gaudoin, author of Three Times A Countess, a biography of Raine Spencer who was Barbara Cartland's Daughter and the stepmother of Diana, Princess Of Wales. Plus, Theresa Cheung looks at what's in store for Rishi Sunak as he takes office. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The vampire facial was all the rage in 2013 when Kim Kardashian posted a picture of her bloodied face after having the injectable treatment. Now, it’s back, but this time for the menopausal vagina – with promises it can ease discomfort during intimacy, and generally lift and rejuvenate the area. This week, Barney is joined by historian, broadcaster…
 
Golf course architecture is experiencing its biggest boom in almost 20 years. With demand for new courses and restoration/renovation work ramping up, the industry is at an important juncture. Andy and Garrett each share three things they hope and/or expect to see from golf course design in the near future. They explore possibilities for less suitab…
 
Hundreds of thousands of Britons remain vulnerable to Covid because they have not responded to the vaccines. A drug exists which could protect them. Called Evusheld, the medicine has been rolled out in dozens of countries including the US and France. However, the UK Government refuses to fund it. This week, The Mail on Sunday launches a vital campa…
 
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