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Best Janice McDonald podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Janice McDonald podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Subscribe now to hear Janice McDonald have Inspiring Conversations with Fearless Women who are trailblazers in business, arts and culture, politics and more. Listen as they share their stories, the challenges and insights into how they’ve been driven to change the world and make it a better place, in whatever arena they are competing in.
 
Charley and Colin Gavigan host this thought-provoking interview show aimed at helping you lead a braver life in uncertain times. Building on their successful life coaching practice and magazine, this podcast features an eclectic mix of guests, and focussed tips and life hacks to help you Brave Your Day, your way. No topic is off the menu – from mental health issues to body image fears, life limiting disabilities and phobias - everything is up for full and frank discussion, helping listeners ...
 
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Catherine Simpson is an author who grew up on a Lancashire farm in 1970s. The image of life in the countryside is often painted as idyllic, peaceful and the perfect place to escape. However, the number of suicides in the UK farming community tell a very different story. Catherine joins us on the podcast to share her tragic, yet uplifting, family st…
 
Sangita Patel is the host of HGTV's Home to Win, and an on-air personality for ET Canada. Hear about her duo career paths - as an engineer - and an on air personality. Her special friendship with Dwayne -The Rock- Johnson, her special fitness Tuesdays and so much more! You will be seriously inspired!…
 
Karine Polwart is an international award-winning singer-songwriter. Previously, she worked for Glasgow Women's Aid in a pioneering role - supporting young people by helping them tell their story. In this episode, Karine shares inspiring stories from her time working in the charitable sector and now in the music industry. Karine's website: https://w…
 
Sarah Everett is an award-winning nurse based in Glasgow. She was the driving force behind the Men's Shed Govan - a social hub for men facing isolation and lack of purpose. Sarah established the shed, despite setbacks along the way, to create a vibrant space for conversation, company and support. Men's Sheds Association website: https://menssheds.o…
 
This week we speak to fellow podcaster Sean McDonald who pushed back against conventional attitudes towards adult life to pursue a European adventure. Without a job, the language or a support network, Sean moved from Glasgow to Barcelona for six years to create a new life for himself. Listen to Sean's podcast Blethered: https://podcasts.apple.com/g…
 
This week we speak to author and forgiveness activist Madeline Black. She transformed her situation from being the survivor of unimaginable crimes to living a life of fulfilment, happiness and meaning. Listen to the episode to hear her remarkable story. Madeline's website: https://madeleineblack.co.uk Madeline's TEDx talk: https://www.youtube.com/w…
 
New year, new series! This week we're joined by internationally acclaimed actor, singer and comedian Karen Dunbar. Our conversation explores some of the deeper meanings of her work and whether she believes she can truly find her authentic self. For more information about Brave Your Day, please visit: www.thebiglight.com/braveyourday Carry on the co…
 
‘Tis the season to be jolly? For many people, Christmas can be fraught with a variety of stress-inducing challenges. BBC broadcaster Janice Forsyth joins us for a very special Christmas episode: a fun and frank discussion on some of the festive season’s biggest headaches, with top tips on how to survive everything from FAMILY FALLOUTS to OFFICE PAR…
 
Desi Osborne is a Glasgow-based musician and the drummer in the band 'Scheme'. Recently, he survived life-threatening health issues. His story is one of resilience and determination. SCHEME band page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/SchemeSongs/posts/?ref=page_internal For more information about Brave Your Day, please visit: www.thebiglight.com/braveyo…
 
Alexander Millar is a Scottish contemporary impressionist artist. He grew up in the small mining community of Springside with an eye for detail, fascinated by the world around him. However, as Alexander began to question his identity and purpose in life, he became lost and alone, entering into a period of darkness and isolation. In this episode, he…
 
Emily Rose Yates is an accessibility consultant, journalist and public speaker. She was the first wheelchair user to cross the Sinai Desert, and the primary accessibility consultant for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio, Brazil. We spent an afternoon with her in Glasgow, listening to her inspiring approach to new challenges and her remar…
 
New York Times journalist and author John Leland, shares some of the life-affirming stories from his book Happiness is a Choice You Make: Lessons from a Year Among the Oldest Old. He inspires us with cross-generational lessons learned through working with a particular group of participants in the course of producing material for the The New York Ti…
 
We meet Glasgow-based hairdresser and philanthropist Thomas McGovern. In 2015, after identifying a growing dependence on food banks in the local area, Thomas founded 'Hairstylists Against Hunger' to raise awareness of the issue. Thomas shares his inspiring life story and some of the people who helped to shape and influence his decision-making along…
 
'Calling for a movement to end ageism.' Ashton Applewhite is an anti-ageism campaigner and author of the book 'This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism'. We caught up with her in New York to speak to her about her fight against age-related prejudice and attitudes towards growing older. 'This Chair Rocks' website: https://thischairrocks.com For …
 
In this episode, we meet Rose Reilly - the only Scottish footballer to win the World Cup, captaining Italy. We discuss her remarkable life story and how she bravely tackled challenges and obstacles to pursue her dream of becoming a professional footballer. Lynnie Carson's website ('We Have Your Back' song): https://www.lynniecarson.com Scottish Wom…
 
‘When we laugh our world changes’ - Dr Madan Kataria, Founder of Laughter Yoga Our guest for this episode is Sharon Miller, director of Joyworks - bringing organisations and individuals across the globe out of their comfort zone and into fun, laughter and wellness in a short space of time. With over thirty years of experience in education, training…
 
As a world class multi-instrumentalist, with over sixty-seven albums under his belt, Brian McAlpine is well-known in the Scottish music scene. From performing to composing, arranging and producing, he has worked with some of the country’s best musicians. Brian has a reputation for being a great listener and an exceptional collaborator when it comes…
 
Hello! We are Charley and Colin Gavigan and we’ve taken a huge leap of faith by diving headfirst into the wonderful world of podcasting. In this introductory show, we tell you who we are and what Brave Your Day is all about. In a nutshell, we’re aiming to boost personal and cultural bravery by sharing the positive true stories of courageous people …
 
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