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Best Sarah McCulloch podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sarah McCulloch podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Audible Autism is a podcast that aims to give voice to autistic people from our own internal perspective. It is made for autistic people, by autistic people. We’re looking to talk about autism, and things that would be interesting to autistic people. We’re not trying to explain ourselves to NT people to ask them for acceptance into their world. Other people do that. This is for us.
 
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A chat with Wayne Murray, Director of Strategy at the agency Audience. We cover organisational and funding strategy post Covid-19. We talk about the impact of Covid-19, the fundraising model being broken, who's nailed their FR and comms during the crisis, and the good bits that have come out of the crisis that we should keep.…
 
The Autistic Pride Online Celebration is happening on June 20th and in this episode, we speak with Joseph Redford, the organiser of London Autistic Pride, about why Autistic Pride is important to him. For those who would like to take part in the event here's the facebook page for the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/535011827402460/ The YouTu…
 
Chat with Nathan Sparling, CEO of HIV Scotland. We discuss a lot! Being a small charity CEO, being under 30, punching above your weight as an organisation, imposter syndrome, turning around an organisation on the brink of closure, and the value of being a drag artist on charity leadership skills.By Beth Crackles
 
In this chat with Sarah Hill, CEO of the Yorkshire charity IDAS - Independent Domestic Abuse Service - we cover: the commissioning environment and how IDAS has responded by changing its model of working (how and where), collaboration with others, the growth of the charity from a few hundred thousand turnover and a handful of staff to a £4m turnover…
 
Hello listeners, apologies for the lengthy delay but this one has been in the works for a long time now and we feel that we have a very special episode here for you. We reached out to 3 different individuals - former guests Rebecca Cavender, Ted Rogers and for the first time in the podcast's history one of our own listeners Maegan Snell - to talk a…
 
A fun chat with Simon Scriver, fundraising consultant, trainer and speaker. We cover some top tips for small (in fact all) charity fundraising; fundraising being about relationships - not just asking - and how to develop relationship fundraising across your organisation; corporate partnerships; why mimicking the big charities isn't the way to go; a…
 
A chat with the lovely Kathryn Holloway, Head of Individual Giving and Supporter Care at Friends of the Earth. We chat all things direct marketing: recruitment, the welcome journey, digital, talking to supporters, internal comms and basic communication being at the heart of it all! Should you get Instagram? What was the heating section in BHS like?…
 
A chat with Louise Firth, Director of Fundraising at Refuge and a Member of the Institute of Fundraising's Expert Panel on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. We chat about the Refuge, fundraising for 'difficult' causes and their new fundraising strategy, and the IoF's Change Collective strategy - drivers, initial activities in the strategy, affinit…
 
Demystifying social investment with Nick Temple, CEO of Social Investment Business (SIB). We chat about how social investment has changed, the support that SIB provides (financial and non-financial), impact measurement, the power dynamic between investor and investee, diversity in the sector and his inspirational person - Nicholas Albury (social ac…
 
Hello listeners, This episode of Audible Autism will be different from previous ones in that it's not hosted by either Sarah or Odai but Citizen of the Autistic Empire Nicky Watkinson and her partner-in-crime Angharad. In this episode Nicky and Angharad discuss their YouTube show "Accidentally Autistic", which is about autism and popular culture; t…
 
A chat with James Jopling, Executive Director at Samaritans Scotland - who is soon to be Direct at ProjectScotland. We talk about his career to date, direct marketing in the olden days, the opportunities and challenges of working in a cross-border charity, being a charity chameleon (and in particular the mental health implications of this), mergers…
 
Hello listeners, we have a brand new episode of Audible Autism for you. Sarah interviews Rebecca Cavender. Rebecca is an intuitive writer, guide, and advocate from the Pacific Northwest, USA. She helps others remember they belong so they can catalyse and honour their true self-expression. Rebecca does this through professional writing services (lik…
 
Anj is Founder of Inspiring Women Changemakers, Chair of Freedom Studios (a theatre organisation in Bradford) and Governor of Leeds Arts University. We chat about the brilliant tactics that Freedom Studios has employed to engage more diverse audiences with theatre; Afusat Saliu's asylum case and the Change.org campaign; equality, diversity and incl…
 
A chat with Vicki Dawson, Founder and CEO of The Children's Sleep Charity - and Chair of Voluntary Action Doncaster, which she is in the process of setting up! A bust lady with an amazing vision and real skills around bringing the right people and skills together to make things happen. We chat about her journey as a founder and leader of a charity,…
 
In this episode, Odai interviews Cassandra Reyhani, to talk about mental health problems in one's family history, looking back in your family tree for autistic traits, and a brief discussion on tips and advice on limits and how to best enjoy gigs as autistic people. Come listen in for what is a fascinating, moving and, at points, intense episode.…
 
Jennifer McCanna is a leadership coach working with charity clients including CAF and Action Aid, as well as the private sector. We discuss: what is leadership coaching?, women in leadership, finding your red hat, the three components of trust in leadership - and a heads-up about or upcoming session at IoF Yorkshire in May 2019.…
 
We have a really informative episode lined up this time around. In this episode Odai will give a talk which contains advice tips and personal experiences on the difficulties of manuvering through a big city. Also you will hear information regarding the freedom pass scheme set up by London Councils how it started and what it entitles people to. This…
 
Vogue,philosophy,dance....bowel movements??? People you are in for a very interesting and shall we say "elemental" episode where Sarah and Odai have a fascinating insightful and quite poignant interview with Ted Rodgers who talks about his life his work and his views on the word. You wont want to miss this one.…
 
On the second episode of the new Season, Sarah is interviewed again but this time by co-host Odai about the relationship between her faith and being an autistic person. We get to hear about: - How Sarah became an interfaith minister - the difficulties in dealing with what some consider the rational and the irrational - How faith can be beneficial i…
 
In this special episode of Audible Autism, Heather Wiech interviews Sarah McCulloch and her vision for the Autistic Empire, our new autistic community. Sarah discusses: * Her views of autism as a civic identity. * What the Autistic Empire has been inspired by from Malcolm X and LGBT liberation movements * Her own background and journey as an autist…
 
In this episode I'm chatting with Mandy Johnson, Founder of Great Charity Speakers List and former CEO of Small Charities Coalition. We discuss small but vital charities. We cover the challenges and opportunities they face, funding composition, infrastructure and where they can go for (brilliant and cheap) support as well as what they could do now …
 
In this episode, Loren Snow, an autistic speaker and trainer, talks about their work running Autism Academy, which uses fun educational voices to make understanding autism accessible for everyone, among other things. We also discuss the difficulties of dealing with neurotypical people and managing relationships generally.…
 
This episode is a recording of the Launch event of the Autistic Empire, which took place in London on Sunday September 16th, 2018. Speakers: * Odai Quaye discusses Why Now? * Alex Mason explains the background and aims of our Grand Sensory Survey. * Sarah McCulloch discusses the functions of the Autistic Empire and its future. The Autistic Empire i…
 
Episode 2 of Cracking Charity Chat. I chat with Joe Jenkins, Director of Supporter Impact and Income at The Children's Society about supporter relationships in the new world. With increased media and political scrutiny, lower (but still high!) public trust, and a new regulatory environment, how should we engaging with supporters to help them play t…
 
The first of a new podcast - Cracking Charity Chat - hosted by Beth Crackles. This episode explores community fundraising with Marie Peacock, Head of Income Development at the Yorkshire-wide children's cancer charity, Candlelighters. Topics include: strategic approach, supporter journeys, identifying and nurturing a talented team, and what it's lik…
 
In this episode, Jason Hodgson, experimental composer, discusses his work and how his autism influences his music and other interests. Jason organises a number of live music performances across the country, including Adventures and Artists: a Live Dungeons and Dragons Concert.By Sarah McCulloch and Odai Quaye
 
In this episode of Audible Autism, we have Libby, an animal behaviour technician from Plymouth and a talk she gave at Stoke Newington Library on her autistic journey. We hear her diagnosis at the age of four, her life as a selective mute, and eventually her graduation and journey to university.By Sarah McCulloch and Odai Quaye
 
In this special themed episode, Odai looks at the world of work from an autistic perspective. With stories from Sarah, Savva and Cee, Odai considers what life in a neurotypical workplace is like for an autistic person. Sarah and Odai then interview Cee about their special interest in labour market policy, and life as a civil servant for a governmen…
 
In this episode of Audible Autism, we have on Dr Robert Court, associate researcher at Edinburgh University. Listen to hear: How Robbie built his social skills through observation. His journey from electrical engineering apprentice to post-doctoral researcher with severe dyslexia. What Robbie thinks of psychological diagnostic tests. Are there auti…
 
Episode 21! We're back! In this episode the trash twins discuss the book How to Murder Your life, by Cat Marnell. Music: Hole-Miss WorldCristina- What's a Girl To Do Email us at: talktrashtwins@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @trashtwins Tumblr: http://trashtwinspodcast.tumblr.com/ Read more at http://trashtwins.libsyn.com/#pCcuegJfCDW6PTGI.99…
 
Episode 20! We're back! In this episode the twins discuss the film End of Evangelion(1997) and it’s attendant TV series Neon Genesis Evangelion(1995). Special guest anime expert: Joe McCulloch We had some problems with our sound, so: many apologies! Music: Loren & Mash - Thanatos (If I Can't Be Yours)Neon Genesis Evangelion - Cruel Angel Thesis pia…
 
Episode 19! We're back! In this episode the twins discuss Frank Miller and Bill Sienkiewicz's book Elektra Assassin. Music:Air-"Electronic Performers" Air- "How Does It Make You Feel" Email us at: talktrashtwins@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @trashtwins Tumblr: http://trashtwinspodcast.tumblr.com/ Read more at http://trashtwins.libsyn.com/#rUAOo3…
 
Episode 18.5! We're back! In this episode the twins discuss THE SKIN THAT I LIVE IN (2011), ELLE (2016), and IN ANOTHER COUNTRY (2012). Music:Tamaryn - "Coral Flower" Tame Impala - "I'm A Man (Haim Remix)" Email us at: talktrashtwins@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @trashtwins Tumblr: http://trashtwinspodcast.tumblr.com/ Read more at http://trashtw…
 
Episode 18! We're back! In this episode the twins discuss Pier Paolo Pasolini's film SALO, OR THE 120 DAYS OF SODOM (1975). Fascism. Donald Trump. And this dark new age we've entered into. Music:Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom Soundtrack - “San Tanto Triste” Frederic Chopin - "Prelude in E-Minor (op. 28 no.4)" Email us at: talktrashtwins@gmail.com F…
 
Welcome to a new episode of Trash Twins! Thanks to everyone who came out to SPX and said hello to Katie or asked about Sarah. The episode begins with some SPX talk. Segues into a discussion of the comic book Stray Toasters by Bill Sienkiewicz. Continues on with a discussion of the new “Phaedra(s)” play starring Isabelle Huppert. Before concluding w…
 
Episode 17! In this episode the twins discuss 80s Anime classics WICKED CITY(1987) and DEMON CITY SHINJUKU( 1988). 0:00- 20:00 - The Twins open by discussing their shared anime crimes growing up. 20:00- 54:00 WICKED CITY(1987) directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri and written by Hideyuki Kikuchi. 43:00- 1:20:00 DEMON CITY SHINJUKU( 1988) directed by Yoshia…
 
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