Podcast Episodes

Episodes

Join me as I speak to Charlotte Froud; an inspirational young artist, as we discuss art and how it impacts our wellbeing and enables us to enjoy a longer healthier life.
Link to Podcast: Charlotte Froud

Join me in conversation with Wendy Rolt; a Cornish based artist, as we explore the sense of self and identity and the impact on our wellbeing. Her work has some powerful medical themes featuring images of the human form, particularly women and our vulnerability as we undergo medical examinations.
Link to Podcast:  Wendy Rolt

Join me in conversation with Christopher Wilkinson, OBE, an eminent and award winning architect and artist who has designed many notable buildings, but Maggie’s Centre, Oxford, for cancer sufferers is his most proud achievement.
Link to Podcast: Christopher Wilkinson

Join me in conversation with Emma Rose, a Bath based artist, whose colourful imagery is dramatic, uplifting and warms the heart. She paints in response to her environment and has used art as a healing tool to leave behind physical and emotional trauma.
Link to Podcast:  Emma Rose

Join me in conversation with Sarah May, a British designer of Trinidadian heritage, who brings the colour, movement and vibrancy of the Caribbean to her designs.
Link to Podcast:  Sarah May

Stephanie Weager is a Gloucestershire based life coach, artisan and author. She has helped thousands of people find their way in life with her deep intuition. She is passionate about using natural fragrances and essential oils to heal the energy around us.
Link to Podcast:  Stephanie Weager

Join me as I speak to Mr Donald Sammut, a talented artist and hand surgeon and a caring and empathic doctor. Donald uses art in his day to day work to improve patient outcomes as he gives people function back in their hands. In his work in Nepal with leprosy sufferers where some of his patients live hand to mouth, regaining hand function is vital to their survival.
Link to Podcast:  Donald Sammut

Join me in conversation with Dan White, a Pulitzer prizewinning photojournalist, who has captured the essence of many people from the jazz musicians of Kansas City to Professor Stephen Hawking at Cambridge University, from behind his lens.
Link to Podcast:  Dan White

Join me in conversation with Lisa Butcher, a former TV presenter and top model who has graced the covers of Elle and Marie Claire magazines throughout her successful career. She turned to art to heal herself after bereavement and now helps others as a well-being expert with her iLAb therapy.
Link to Podcast:  Lisa Butcher

Join me in conversation with Professor David Isenberg, an eminent and world leading Rheumatologist and The Versus Arthritis Professor of Medicine at University College London who explains how combining medicine, science and art can improve deadly diseases such as Lupus.
Link to Podcast:  David Isenberg

Does being a writer reduce longevity? Is writing an occupational hazard in the modern day that can lead to mental illness itself or indeed premature death? Join me as I learn about the psychology of longevity of artists including authors from a world famous Psychologist, Academic, Author and Broadcaster.
Link to Podcast: Adrian Furnham

Join me in conversation with food writer & author of ‘Chemo Cookery Club’ Penny Ericson. Penny writes from the heart and embraces art and science with her recipes, focusing on creating healthy and tasty meals, especially for those suffering with cancer.
Penny Ericson

Join me in conversation with my friend, colleague and mentor, Professor Tim Spector, who is a world renowned rheumatologist, academic and author.
Tim Spector

Join me in conversation with fellow entrepreneur & classmate Suraj Thakrar, who runs a sustainable food distribution business called Turnells.
His mission is to bring healthy food to all at affordable prices. In our stimulating discussion we touch on purpose, family values, sustainability and how to make changes to your life.
Suraj Thakrar

Join me in conversation with art therapist, poet and artist Sundar Kanta Walker. Imagine a world with personalised medicine and nutrition, where people heal themselves through science and good food. In this podcast I learn how creative writing gives us food for thought and change by bringing together innovation, health and art to make our world a better place.
Sundar Kanta Walker

Join me in conversation with Prof Fergus Shanahan, a leading Irish researcher in gut health and the microbiome, curious and passionate to find answers to questions that really matter to patients and author of The Language of Illness, a book recently published, that all clinicians and anybody affected by an illness should read!
Fergus Shanahan

Join me in conversation with Penny Horne to discuss the garden of her dreams; a beautiful and artistically constructed safe haven to heal after life throws a curve ball. From relationship problems to family crises, a visit to her oasis in Somerset is a truly restorative experience cherished by many and showcased recently in Landscape magazine. Her garden is a lesson in transforming suffering into beauty and the perfect place to visit for anyone struggling to find themselves.
Penny Horne

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A podcast is an episodic series of spoken word digital audio files that a user can download to a personal device for easy listening. Streaming applications and podcasting services provide a convenient and integrated way to manage a personal consumption queue across many podcast sources and playback devices.

A podcast series usually features one or more recurring hosts engaged in a discussion about a particular topic or current event. Discussion and content within a podcast can range from carefully scripted to completely improvised. Podcasts combine elaborate and artistic sound production with thematic concerns ranging from scientific research to slice-of-life journalism. Many podcast series provide an associated website with links and show notes, guest biographies, transcripts, additional resources, commentary, and even a community forum dedicated to discussing the show’s content.
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