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Best Freud Museum London podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Freud Museum London podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Famous faces take their best mate, their mum, their neighbour (whoever they want) for an afternoon at a favourite museum or gallery. As well as getting a peek behind the scenes, seeing what makes a museum tick, it's also the starting point for some great conversations about life, the universe and everything. As well as a chance to eat lots of cake in the cafe. Meet Me at the Museum is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries throu ...
 
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In this special episode, comedian Russell Kane speaks to a variety of guests about how the lockdown has affected cultural venues across the UK and explores why museums matter more than ever. Alistair Hudson, director of the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester and Elinor Morgan, head of programme at MIMA in Middlesbrough, talk about the positive role mu…
 
Broadcaster Anneka Rice takes her friend, actor and writer Imogen Stubbs, to Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, the former palatial holiday home of Queen Victoria, where they get to explore the house’s opulent interiors, reminisce about the time Anneka landed in a helicopter there for the 80s TV show Treasure Hunt, and find out more about Victoria…
 
Instagram influencer and host of The Great Women Artists podcast Katy Hessel visits the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden in St Ives with her friend, the artist Unskilled Worker. While there, they explore the stunning garden and discover more about the life and work of one of the 20th century's most important artists. See acast.com/priva…
 
Broadcaster and DJ Edith Bowman takes her friend, photographer Kellee Quinn, to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, where they explore the diverse collection on show, reflect on Scottish history, art and identity, and get up close with iconic paintings by Salvador Dali and L.S. Lowry. Please note: UK museums including Kelvingrove are cur…
 
TV presenter, comedian and actress Mel Giedroyc and her good friend Emma Pierce head along to Pitzhanger Manor in Ealing, west London, to explore the former country home of famed architect and art collector Sir John Soane. While inside they discover more about Soane’s family life, including the difficult relationship he had with his children, as we…
 
In this special episode, Fi Glover takes a look back at some of the highlights from Meet Me at the Museum in 2019, including Russell Kane getting to grips with culture and class at the Whitworth art gallery in Manchester and Lucy Porter stepping back 500 years into the past at the Mary Rose in Portsmouth, plus many more inspirational museum adventu…
 
Every day more modalities emerge on the mental health scene, all competing to help people suffer less and thrive more. These include talk therapies, somatic approaches, medications and other biological treatments from harm reduction programs to transcranial magnetic stimulation, life coaching, popular and accessible self-help groups, online program…
 
In Hubris: The Road to Donald Trump, Power, Populism, Narcissism David Owen analyses and describes the mental and physical condition of political leaders past and present with a particular view that what went before paved the way to President Trump. Of recent leaders there have been depressives, alcoholics, narcissists, populists and those affected…
 
In the wake of #MeToo, we have begun to talk more openly about the widespread harm inflicted by men on women. But little has been said about the fact that many of these men are also fathers. Join author Katherine Angel for a discussion on her latest book Daddy Issues with Josh Cohen. Bold, challenging and nuanced, Daddy Issues examines the place of…
 
Actor and comedian Miles Jupp takes his friend Anna Antebi to Tredegar House in Wales, where they explore the beautiful gilded interiors of this 17th-century manor house, uncover the history of the aristocratic Morgan family who lived there, and learn all about the eccentric Evan Morgan, famed for his wild parties and outrageous behaviour. See acas…
 
Author and broadcaster Emma Dabiri takes fellow writer Jesse Bernard along to Handel & Hendrix in London. It was home, first to the Baroque composer, and then two centuries later to the Sixties guitar legend. While inside, they uncover more about the private and public lives of these two very different musical pioneers, who both came to Britain fro…
 
Author Jessie Burton takes her mum Linda to Charleston, the Bloomsbury home of art and ideas, set in the heart of the East Sussex countryside. Together they tour the former residence of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, explore the orchard and gardens, and learn more about the house’s history as a meeting place for some of the 20th century’s most sign…
 
Comedian Lucy Porter takes fellow comic Joe Wells along to The Mary Rose in Portsmouth, where they explore the 500-year-old Tudor warship, speak to one of the original divers on the project to raise the vessel from the seabed, and reflect on the role of modern museums in providing immersive learning experiences for visitors. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
Misperceptions that persons with schizophrenia are violent or dangerous lie at the heart of stigmatizations of the disease. This talk focus on how these modern-day American conceptualizations of schizophrenic patients as violent emerged during the civil-rights era of the 1950s-1970s in response to a larger set of conversations about race. It integr…
 
Leading art critic, writer and Editorial Director of Frieze Magazine, Jennifer Higgie, presents a talk with artist Daniel Silver and artist and curator of The Enigma of the Hour: 100 Years of Psychoanalytic Thought Simon Moretti in response to the exhibition, expanding on the themes of translation, transformation, temporality and metaphor, key to b…
 
This discussion aims to consider the connection between sexual abuse, offending behaviour and the vitality of psychotherapy. In November 2015, George Osbourne announced the closure of the largest women’s prison in Europe, HMP Holloway. The recently published book, The End of the Sentence, Psychotherapy with Female Offenders, edited by Pamela Windha…
 
Artist Emma Smith with guests specialising in child development, children’s rights, and psychoanalysis. Join artist Emma Smith for an evening of discussion with special guests from the fields of child psychotherapy and democratic education, and specialists in twentieth century feminist, psychoanalytic and social history. Emma will introduce her exh…
 
In What is Sex?, Alenka Zupančič approaches the question of sexuality from a Lacanian perspective, considering it a properly philosophical problem for psychoanalysis. Drawing on Freud and Lacan, Zupančič argues that sexuality is at the point of a “short circuit” between ontology and epistemology. Sexuality and knowledge are structured around a fund…
 
Radio 4 Woman’s Hour host Jane Garvey takes fellow BBC and Fortunately... podcast presenter Fi Glover to her hometown to visit Tate Liverpool, where they explore the gallery’s impressive collection of modern and contemporary art. Inside they chat to staff about the role galleries play in challenging our understanding of the world, and talk with hon…
 
Writer and comedian Andrew Hunter Murray takes fellow comedian and Austentatious improv partner Amy Cooke-Hodgson along to Jane Austen’s House Museum in Hampshire, where they get to indulge their mutual passion for one of the world’s most cherished writers. As well as exploring Austen's home, they come face to face with the table on which she creat…
 
Actor, writer and comedian Mawaan Rizwan takes his mum along to Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, where they delve into the extensive collection of materials and objects relating to LGBTQI+ history, reflect on the connection between fashion, sexuality and identity, and also explore the ‘Museum of Transology’, the largest collection representing trans …
 
National Poet for Scotland Jackie Kay takes fellow poet Hollie McNish along to Glasgow Women's Library, where they delve into a rich collection of artefacts, artwork and materials tracing women's history through the ages. Inside they talk to staff about the origins of the library and discuss issues of women's representation across society, educatio…
 
Poet and chancellor of Manchester University Lemn Sissay takes good friend Asif Khan along to the Foundling Museum in London, where they explore the UK’s first children’s home and first public art gallery. Inside they talk to director Caro Howell about the museum’s rich history, and reflect on the contribution artists have made to philanthropy and …
 
This book is about how we have relationships with our children, what gets in the way of a good connection and what can enhance it. Psychotherapist and Author, Philippa Perry joins us to discuss her latest book, The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read (and Your Children Will Be Glad that You Did), Published 3rd of March 2019. The most influential re…
 
Comedian Russell Kane takes his auntie Christine along to the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester, where they reflect on the relationship between culture and class, tour the incredible range of artwork on show, and get to explore an exhibition that unearths the history of former Moss Side nightclub, the Reno. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Freud’s dream of a botanical monograph contains a reproach directed against him for having neglected the science of botany. In botany post-Linneaus, a vision of plant sexuality emerges that resembles in its freedom from constraints Freud’s account of the polymorphously perverse character of human sexuality before it comes under control of the Oedip…
 
Salvador Dalí’s proposition for Symbolically Functioning Objects (1931) made an important contribution to the establishment of objects as a major priority for surrealism. In line with the surrealist group’s research strategies, this novel category of objects is presented in the framework of a game, one in which the construction of assemblages by pa…
 
Lisa Appignanesi discusses her new book, Everyday Madness: on Grief, Anger, Loss and Love (September 2018) with Adam Phillips. ‘The small translucent bottle of shampoo outlived him. It was the kind you take home from hotels in distant places. For over a year it had sat on the shower shelf where he had left it. I looked at it every day.” After the d…
 
Why does the myth of Narcissus continue to fascinate and provoke the contemporary artistic imagination? In what ways does classical mythology in general hold up a mirror to the anxieties and aspirations of the here-and-now? This lecture will address these and other questions relating to the enduring power of ancient myth – above all, the tales of m…
 
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