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Best Kathryn Hooker podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
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Updated June 2020
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This week's episode is the recording from our very first live episode as part of the Motherless Mother's Day event organised by Alica Forneret and Re-Imagine. I feel incredibly blessed to have had a group of 30 amazing people sign up to listen to myself and a dear friend ramble for an hour about our own grief journeys, milestones and finding happin…
 
Hi everyone! Welcome to this week's episode of the Dead Parent Club podcast! This week's fellow DPC member is Megan. Megan's Dad died suddenly in November 2017 from a cardiac arrest whilst away with work. People told her not to make any big decisions whilst she was in the midst of her grief but Megan had other plans! In the following months she bou…
 
Hey fellow DPC'ers! Welcome to this week's episode with children's author, grief and mental health speaker, fellow podcaster and ambassador for Winston's Wish, Mark Lemon! Mark was just 12 years old when his Dad was murdered and he was suddenly thrust into a life without the support of his Father. Like any young child, he struggled turning to frien…
 
Hey everybody! Welcome to this week's episode of the Dead Parent Club podcast! This week we have Emma Bairstow, a young Mum of a beautiful little girl and a fellow member of the DPC. Emma lost her Dad 3 years ago after he was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer. After complications with his stent nearly took his life very shortly after he was diagn…
 
This week’s episode tells Nick Treloar’s story about the death of his Mum, Anne, in September 2012 at the very beginning of his final year at college. Nick speaks about his desire to protect his sister from the traumatic final moments of their Mum’s life as he gave her CPR and how he went into school the very same day to explain why he might have t…
 
Hello again fellow grievers!! This week's episode features yours truly and a few of my most favourite bits from one of the best series ever to come out of Netflix, After Life Season 2! *SPOILER ALERT* If you haven't watched it yet, I'd suggest you go do that now. If you haven't watched it and have no plans to.. listen to the ep anyway because it's …
 
On this week’s episode we have Fran Hopkins! Fran is not only a member of the Dead Parent Club but also established the Manchester Let’s Talk About Loss group and now runs it alongside her fab co-hosts! Fran’s Dad died around 18 months ago from cancer, just a short 7 months after being diagnosed. After putting his health first and building strong a…
 
So self-isolation is tough, right? But isolating whilst grieving.. now that's something else. And don't you guys know it! I asked you guys what you've learnt so far since being in self-isolation and so many of you came back to me with a whole load of different responses from how it's affected your grief journey and mental health to the impact it's …
 
Welcome to this week's episode of the Dead Parent Club podcast! This week's guest, Meera, lost her Dad at just 16 years old. Some of you may have listened to her story in one of my older episodes where unfortunately we had a few issues with the audio and the recording didn't end up doing Meera's story justice! If you have listened before, listen ag…
 
Alexa Gibbens is an incredible performer, both as a circus artist and stand up comedian. And I was lucky enough to have her on the podcast this week to speak about her show ‘Alexa, tell us a Dad joke’. First and foremost - what an epic name for a show. I LOVE it!! Alexa speaks about how her Dad dying brought her humour down to a whooooole new level…
 
It's great to be baaack! Under weird circumstances, obv. This week's episode covers my current experience of the C word (and not the usual one) and how it's affected my life and my mental capacity to prioritise the podcast right now - and how sad I am about it. I also cover the impending dread of Mother's Day tomorrow (at the time of writing) and h…
 
It would be easy to understand how someone could lose their lust for life after the loss of both parents by their mid-twenties. But this is not the case for Alice Williams. I finished recording this episode feeling such a love for life and admiration for humans and our tenacity. There are tears, laughter, and everything in between throughout the wh…
 
Abby recorded this podcast with Kat all the way from Colorado at 1 o clock in the morning (thank you Abby!). We’re still amazed and so happy when people from across the world message us to get involved in the podcast, it’s so exciting! At just 19 years old, Abby has an unbelievably mature outlook on her grief which impressed me but also made me so …
 
n this episode Jessie, owner of @beautifulmamas on Instagram and Mother to a baby boy, takes us on her own journey with grief and how it has impacted her life. After Jessie’s Father died suddenly soon after giving birth to her first child, she had to navigate the balancing act of grieving her Dad whilst caring for a newborn - a feat that would be i…
 
Hello fellow grief friends! Welcome to episode 39 of the Dead Parent Club podcast!! This week Kat was joined with Hannah, originally from New Zealand, now working in the great city of London. Hannah tells us her own story of building a relationship with her Dad in a short period of time after discovering he had been diagnosed with a terminal illnes…
 
Hello everybody! This episode officially marks the DPC podcast as 1 year old!!! What a journey it's been. This week Kat spoke with the amazing Lydia who has unfortunately become a DPC Platinum member this year after her Dad passed shortly after her Mum. Lydia's story is heartbreaking yet incredibly inspiring. She says she was 'dragged through her M…
 
We're baaaack! This week we asked all of you lovely lot what you'd like us to talk about in our podcasts! You came back with so many great answers which we're going to cover over the next few weeks and we can't wait to get stuck in. In this week's episode we spoke about some of our recent life events including Sam 'celebrating' her Dad's recent bir…
 
We had the pleasure of sitting down with the lovely Tamara Smith, all the way from California! Tamara reached out to us as the founder of another grief community: The Grieving Mind. After experiencing her own numerous losses of both family and significant others Tamara took on her own grief journey in developing her 'grieving mind'. Her mission is …
 
We are back with an absolute banger! We are so glad to have finally found time to sit down (in Sydney!!) with our lovely pal Tiff. Tiff's Dad died only 9 months ago; the plot twist to Tiff's story is that she never saw and didn't have a relationship with her Dad. It's been a rollercoaster ride of emotions for Tiff, from not feeling like she deserve…
 
This week we were super thankful to Maira, she stayed up until a ridiculous hour to speak to us - we're talking 4am!!! Welcome to our first platinum member interview.. over recent years both of Maira's parents have died. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, in the states, is an author in her spare time and also volunteers as a facilitator for Survivors o…
 
We were SO excited to have Josh Worth on the podcast this week! We don't get many males approaching us to come on so when they do, we literally jump at the chance. Josh's Dad died a little over a year ago - so his grief is still very fresh. But he managed to speak to eloquently and wisely about his past year and how life changing his Dad's death ha…
 
We're baaaaaack! So sorry for the unexplained week off last week - we're juggling some serious difficulties with time zones and life getting all crazy! So this week we have a one-off solo episode with Kat! As you may have seen on our Instagram account last week, Kat posted a graphic saying 'When does grief become a mental illness?' and low and beho…
 
You want it, you got it.A while ago we asked on Instagram what you guys wanted us to talk about. We got so many great suggestions and we're slowly working our way through them. One that stood out to us this week was 'how do you deal with milestones after your parent dies?'We were super excited to talk about this as it's something that often your fr…
 
Charlotte's mum died when she was just 14 moths old, after her mum refused cancer treatment whilst she was pregnant. We were so interested to hear how she went through childhood thinking that not having a mum was normal, and what happened after her Dad met her step-mum. She talks about struggling to find where she "fits in" with her grief, since sh…
 
This week it's Kat's turn to interview solo. She's joined by another hilarious guest, Anna. (How is everyone in the DPC so funny?!) It's been 25 years since Anna's Dad died in a climbing accident, but she's only recently started talking about it as an adult. One of her most vivid memories at the time came two days after he died, when Anna and her b…
 
Sam chats to the lovely Victoria about losing her Dad after his 5 year cancer journey. This was such an in depth and inspiring discussion; talking everything from crowdfunding for cancer treatment in Germany to the microwave reminding her of seeing her Dad in intensive care. We discuss how a catering sized box of tea bags helped her family through …
 
We loved recording this hilarious episode with Vanessa! Originally from Canada, she's lived in the UK for four years. Her Dad died suddenly from a heart attack two years ago, after driving himself to hospital (!!). She was at work, in the UK, when she found out her Dad died; she describes the gruelling flight home - including kind hugs from strange…
 
This week we're joined by the amazingly talented and hilarious Poppy Chancellor, she's the talent behind @poppyspapercuts and @thegriefcase; another glorious member of the Insta grief community. Poppy's Dad was given three months to live, but he survived through two more party-filled years before he died three years ago. In Poppy's own words, she's…
 
The day that many of us in the DPC dread. How do you even handle Mother's Day in the DPC? What do you? Do you post on Facebook? Is it weird to spend it with someone else's family? What can our friends do to help? Thanks to Cat for her message on Instagram asking us to cover this topic! We talk through our experience of our first Mother's and Father…
 
Laura is part of the amazing, and growing, grief community on Instagram, her tag line being 'positivity in loss & grief'. Her feed is amazing and full of uplifting posts. In this episode we talk all about the the importance of balancing that positivity with honesty, on the bad days.Laura was 17 when her Mum died 8 years ago, from a brain tumour.Alt…
 
This week we're joined by a different type of guest than usual, Tom is the oldest member of the DPC that we've had on the pod. His Dad died 26 years ago and he is now a father himself. We took the opportunity to ask him some of our burning questions for the future, like how he feels that his kids will never meet his Dad, whether his mum ever met an…
 
Jamie-Marie is the owner of the Instagram account 'Honestly Grieving'. If you have Instagram we definitely recommend giving her a follow for daily insights into her experience of grief and daily 'grief'spiration. Jamie is originally from Puerto Rico but moved away to Florida after hurricane Maria devastated the island back in 2017. It was only afte…
 
Chris contacted us after listening to our segment on BBC Nottingham in January and we’re extremely grateful. As you may have noticed, men don’t approach us very often to come on to the podcast and so when we get the opportunity to talk grief with men Sam and I really look forward to it! Unfortunately, as Chris speaks about in this episode, men gene…
 
This week we're bringing you part 2 of our amazing chat with Meera from @yournewnormal1. If you haven't listened to part one yet, you should absolutely do so! Meera qualified as a lawyer after graduating from Warwick Uni, as she thought that's what her Mum would have wanted. She tells us how she finally realised this wasn't for her and how she's no…
 
We've got a real treat for you this week! We had such amazing chat with Meera from @yournewnormal1, that we are bringing you our first ever two-parter!! Meera's Mum died 12 years ago, but she's only recently felt able to deal with the grief. We love Meera's message of finding your "new normal", and it's a phrase that we both use often when talking …
 
Daisy's Dad died almost exactly a year ago, after a fall at home led to him experiencing two strokes in hospital. We were surprised to hear how much wisdom she had to share after just one year! She spoke (hilariously) about powering through and trying to be the same person she was before, then finally accepting help after a friend encouraged her to…
 
Kayleigh's mum died from bone cancer when she was just 11 years old, she's now 22. So she's almost lived more years without her mum than she did with.It was amazing to listen to Kayleigh's story and get a feel for what it's like losing a parent so young. As is the theme with our guests, she has an unbelievable outlook on life.We talk about the pros…
 
Laura reached out to us on Facebook before Christmas and we could not wait to get her on the pod. Her Dad died in May 2018 and she's already so full of DPC wisdom!! We learnt so much from her and she's already got an amazing sense of humour about her dead dad. She gives us some serious #deadspo and we talk poetry, mowing your grieving neighbour's l…
 
Join us this week as we reflect on those moments from 2018 that someone has said "Your would be so proud", and as we look forward to 2019. The start of a new year brings about a time of reflection, to look back at everything you're proud of from the year. It's these things that we would have loved to tell our dead parent about... so instead we're t…
 
Happy New Year!!! What better way to start the year than with some DPC wisdom?! Trick question of course... there isn't a better way!We've compiled all of the answers so far to our closing question "What would you say to somebody that is going through something similar to you right now?" to bring you one bumper injection of DPC loveliness to your e…
 
This week we welcome our youngest guest of the pod so far, Sam's youngest sister, Tobey. Tobey's 21 now and her Dad died when she was 17.It's so interesting to hear how different Tobey's experience of her Dad's death was to Sam's and how they both continue to deal with it so so differently.It really does prove that no two person's experiences are t…
 
It's Griefmas!! This week we're bringing you another #DPCDiscussion.Find out how our Christmas' have changed since being in the DPC, how crying is a new tradition and that it's actually ok to enjoy yourself (just don't throw up in your Aunty's kitchen).Also keep your ears out for some fun Xmas games including DPC Bingo and a nationwide Grave Crawl!…
 
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