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Slow Radio Podcast : Life in the Slow Lane... shift down gears and treat your ears to drifting soundscapes that take you to another world; relaxing interviews with challenging soundart. Slow Radio is produced by David Clarke --> HEADPHONES ON!
 
We hear from some of the people who have inspired us, by sharing their running journeys discipline, fortitude and resilience. Ordinary people doing extraordinary things, champions and those who have a story to tell, by following their heart and their feet. Wild Running offers bespoke trail running, fell running, swimrun events and yoga camps in Devon, the Lake District, Scotland and abroad, along with navigation courses for runners and walkers and coaching for all levels and abilities. Conta ...
 
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In the next of our coaching series, getting an insight into what makes athletes and coaches click, Ultra Running champ, Fast Running Guru and top endurance coach Robbie Britton shares a few of his 1001 tips with Ceri at Wild Running Podcasts. 1001 Running Tips by Robbie Britton is a light-hearted and informative guide to all kinds of running; you c…
 
Listen in to the expectations of delegates as they chew the fat; we hear about their expectations, the challenges they face and the key messages that they would like to get across. Join Sam from The National Lottery Community Fund, Gareth from Iridescent Ideas, Will from South West Academic Health Science Network and Imogen and Matt from POP+ Produ…
 
Join Ian Sherriff as he talks about his work in dementia care and research which has been recognised with the award of a British Empire Medal in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. We hear how dementia programmes in the UK's rural communities tie in with global trends and how being part of a Dementia Friendly Community has widespread benefits for us…
 
Karen Girmshaw, Consultant Nurse for Older People talks to us about the Dementia Awareness Training Programme at Derriford Hospital, the positive impact that this has had on patients and carers and how we can also help when planning a visit. As Karen says: "People come to hospital with their dementia, often not because of their dementia." Produced …
 
Richard Loxton, Lost Person Search Manager at Devon & Cornwall Police explains that it's not uncommon for people who have dementia to go missing, but there are some steps that we can all take to reduce the likelihood of this. We also hear how the Herbert Protocol can be used as an effective tool to aid search, should a vulnerable person need help. …
 
People with dementia and those who provide care often have many questions; we could all do with some help from time to time. Anne looks after her parents while also caring for others as part of her work in the community and in this podcast we learn about the importance of staying connected and how we can achieve this through local help and support,…
 
We're all likely to know someone who has dementia, so it's important that we have access to information that helps us understand more about the condition and children are as much part of the picture as everyone else. In this podcast Juliette talks to us about caring for her mother, the involvement of her children and how this has shaped her work to…
 
What does it mean to be Dementia Friendly and how is this achieved? John explains how training is easy to access and how small changes in what you do can make a big difference for those living with dementia. We are all in this together: shops, hospitals, schools and businesses alike... we can all make changes that work for us and that result in a m…
 
This two part podcast introduces Damian Hall's ding dong Pennine Way record and his thirst for tea. Part two reveals how he got on on his Wainwright Coast to Coast record, hyponatremia, his environmental activism, Ironman's taking over of the UTMB and his own definition of wild.By @IAmTheHow
 
Planning for end of life is important, but it's often a daunting prospect. What are the legal requirements? Where to turn for care plans? How can wishes be recorded? With over 40 years experience Michael has a tonne of insight at hand; his main suggestion? Make sure you write down what you want and be sure to tell someone where your notes are. Reso…
 
Conversations about death can be difficult for many people, those who are dying, their friends, family and professional carers. Kerry Macnish, Head of Education at Rowcroft Hospice talks about the fear of saying the wrong thing and why it's probably better to talk and make a mistake, rather than saying nothing at all. Resource link: https://www.suz…
 
Siân Longhthorpe, an Asics Frontrunner ambassador and a good friend of Wild Running, was a well known athlete on the South West running scene, before she embarked on her biggest challenge yet. Now on a hormone replacement therapy programme for her gender reassignment, Sian talks to Wild Running about the difficult identity transition and how runnin…
 
For runners, 2020 will go down as the year that races went the way of the dodo and Fastest Known Times became the new end goal, as well as a way to break away from lockdown blues. Wild Running goes niche and catches up with Author and renowned hill runner Ally Beaven, who traces the trend in his entertaining new book, Broken.…
 
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