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Ed Latimore is a best-selling author, former professional heavyweight boxer, and competitive chess player. He also runs men's groups with a focus on self-improvement, porn addiction and sobriety. In this episode, we spoke about engraining positive habits, sobriety, using public accountability to your advantage, actions becoming evidence, porn addic…
 
Former Royal Marine commando, Gareth Timmins joins us on the Mantality podcast. Gareth has released his new book: “Becoming the 0.1% - How To Build An Elite Mindset”. The first-ever diary account of this training regime, charting the odds stacked journey of a 20-year-old recruit and the psychological underpinnings written by him 14 years later.Each…
 
Craig White has worked with some of the biggest names in sport. Having started his journey as a strength and conditioning coach, he achieved success with major sporting institutions, such as the British and Irish Lions, Bolton Wanderers and Leicester Tigers. Following a Yoga and Meditation Retreat in 2009, Craig embarked upon a journey of self-disc…
 
Alistair Brownlee MBE is a British triathlete. He is the only athlete to hold two Olympic titles in the triathlon event, winning gold medals in the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. He is also a two-time Triathlon World Champion, a two-time World Team Champion, a four-time European Champion, and the 2014 Commonwealth champion.Alistair has just released …
 
Professor Steve Peters is a Consultant Psychiatrist who specialises in the functioning of the human mind. He has clients across a wide range of disciplines from health and education to business and elite sport, including NHS organisations, the emergency services, schools and universities, national and Olympic teams, British Cycling, GB Taekwondo, E…
 
In this episode, Stevie and Chris caught up with Jack Middlemore, who plays rugby for Dodger 7s, and recently took part in a documentary series called Blindside in which he shared about his struggles with mental health. Jack talks to us about the drinking culture and pressures of University and how difficult that can be on young people. He also sha…
 
Mantality co-founders Stevie Ward and Dom Smith have been best mates since 8 years old. Many big life-defining moments have brought them to this point in Mantality, and they keep on coming... Join us as we sit down to look back over the five years of Mantality starting off as an online magazine, to then branch out and create a movement and a commun…
 
Join Rae Johnston in this episode of the Take It Blak podcast for your monthly hit of the latest STEM news and interviews. There’s news about Tinder’s new feature that lets you block personal contacts and the latest on the new Twitter Blue subscription service. Rae speaks with health expert Edwina Griffin, who has teamed up with Gomeroi man Kevin D…
 
his podcast was recorded on the lands of the Gadigal of Eora nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge the work of those in community today. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to terms with the historic and ongoing genocide of the First Nati…
 
In this episode, Rae Johnston speaks with artist and designer Maree Clarke, a pivotal figure in the reclamation of south-east Aboriginal art and cultural practices with a passion for reviving and sharing elements of culture that were lying dormant as a consequence of colonisation. Then, the Australian Museum is showcasing the cultures of First Nati…
 
This podcast was recorded on the lands of the Gadigal of Eora nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge the work of those in community today. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to terms with the historic and ongoing genocide of the First Nat…
 
Kallum Watkins is a British professional rugby league footballer who plays as a centre for the Salford Red Devils in the Betfred Super League and England at international level. He previously played for the Leeds Rhinos in the Super League and the Gold Coast Titans in the NRL. Kallum is undoubtedly one of the best to play rugby league. We’ve all wa…
 
We were delighted to be joined by rugby league legend, James Graham. James has played for St Helens, won two Super League Grand Finals and 3 Challenge Cups and was named Man of Steel in 2008. His career took him to Australia to play in the NRL where he played for Canterbury Bulldogs, where he won 2 NRL finals, St George Illawarra Dragons. He also h…
 
Join Rae Johnston in this episode of the Take It Blak podcast for your monthly hit of the latest STEM news and interviews. What Twitter's "tip jar" feature means for creators, Rae speaks to Professor Corey Bradshaw about the new research into "Superhighways" used by our ancestors when this continent was known as Sauhl, and research from James Cook …
 
Rhodri Jones was a young professional footballer with Manchester United and Rotherham United but had to retire in his early twenties. He has since moved on to become a television director and most recently a Mind Fitness Coach, working with high-achievers in the world of professional sports, business, and the performing arts. He has also has been a…
 
Rae Johnston catches up with talented and determined all-rounder musician Rhyan Clapham, aka Dobby, to chat about his globe-trotting career, his music being taught in schools, and his upcoming gig at Canberra International Music Festival. Then, actor and singer Shakira Clanton drops by to talk about her new show Still, I Rise which features a range…
 
Join Rae Johnston in this episode of the Take It Blak podcast for your monthly hit of the latest STEM news and interviews. Rae speaks to researchers at the Black Dog Institute about how Google is helping people with depression, an innovator reducing food waste using the internet of things drops by, and Brenz Saunders explains how Adelaide’s beloved…
 
Jon Bell is an integrative psychotherapist with experience working with a wide variety of people facing uniquely different and difficult challenges. He has just completed his MA thesis into vulnerability in Rugby League, looking at how striving for authenticity in the toughest of sports can present all of us with a therapeutic template for happier,…
 
Rae Johnston catches up with award-winning poet Evelyn Araluen to chat about the release of her first book, Drop Bear, which 'confronts the tropes and iconography of an unreconciled nation with biting satire and lyrical fury'. Then, Nicholas Richie - who you may know better as @NichTopher - drops by to talk about the role of social media in raising…
 
Take It Blak podcast co-hosts Jack Latimore and Shahni Wellington discuss heritage protection laws, rascist place names and the 30th anniversary of the final report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody; the return of the NITV flagship current affairs program, The Point; upcoming stories for NITV News; and chat with country musi…
 
We were delighted to be joined by actor, Ralph Ineson, known for his roles in known for The Witch, Guardians of the Galaxy, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter and so much more. But to many of us, he’ll always be ‘Finchy’ in The Office. We had a wide-ranging chat about his career, the challenges he’s faced, the obstacles of being an actor and how he keep…
 
Dr Dan Engle is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology, with a clinical practice that combines aspects of regenerative medicine, orthomolecular psychiatry, integrative spirituality and peak performance methods. Dr Dan is the author of the Concussion Repair Manual. A Traumatic Brain Injury radically changed the course of his life and Dan emerge…
 
Join NITV's Science & Technology Editor Rae Johnston In this episode of the Take It Blak podcast for your monthly hit of the latest STEM news and interviews. Rae speaks to researchers at CSIRO about a new bushfire prediction app, Zoom drops by to talk predicting COVID-spreading meeting rooms with air quality monitors, and Spotify has a bootcamp for…
 
This podcast was recorded on Dharawal land. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge the work of those in community today. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to terms with the historic and ongoing genocide of the First Nations. There is no revoluti…
 
Dr Willie Stewart is Consultant Neuropathologist and holds honorary Associate Professor status at the University of Glasgow (Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology) and the University of Pennsylvania (Department of Neurosurgery). This podcast is a brutal conversation about the realities of brain injury caused by a concussion. In this episode, we de…
 
Join host Rae Johnston and guests Shahni Wellington and Jason Davis as they discuss the campaign to find and encourage victims who were forcibly removed from their families to seek compensation and a revolutionary new way to carry government and cultural identification at all times.
 
This podcast was recorded on the lands of the Dharawal, the palawa of lutruwita nation, and the Wurundjeri of Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge the work of those in community today. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to terms w…
 
This week, former professional rugby league player Keegan Hirst joins us on the first live podcast Q&A with our Evolve members. In August 2015, Keegan came out as gay, breaking the stigma and becoming the first British professional rugby league player to do so. He is now a mindset coach & personal trainer and in this episode, Keegan talks about liv…
 
This podcast was recorded on the lands of the Cammeraygal and the Gadigal of Eora nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge the work of those in community today. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to terms with the historic and ongoing genoc…
 
In this episode of the Take It Blak podcast, Join NITV's Science & Technology Editor Rae Johnston In this episode of the Take It Blak podcast for your monthly hit of the latest STEM news and interviews. In this ep, Rae looks at smart voice assistant Alexa,( is she getting even smarter?); Google's Alphabet shuts down its remote-region internet busin…
 
This podcast was recorded on the lands of the Dharawal, the palawa of lutruwita nation, and the Wurundjeri of Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge those doing the work in community today. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to term…
 
This podcast was recorded on the lands of the Dharawal, the palawa of lutruwita nation, and the Wurundjeri of Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge those doing the work in community today. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to term…
 
This was recorded on the lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge those doing the work in community today. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to terms with the historic and ongoing genocide of the Fir…
 
Join NITV Online’s Take It Blak podcast with host Rae Johnston and guests Witiyana Marika and Stephen Maxwell Johnson, co-creators of the new critically acclaimed feature film, High Ground. The film tells the story of a WW1 sniper turned policeman who loses control of an operation, resulting in a massacre in the Northern Territory. Twelve years lat…
 
In this episode, we were delighted to be joined by writer and journalist Ben Machell. Ben has met a huge range of interesting people including; former spies, Nobel Prize-winning scientists, people wrongfully on death row, Taylor Swift, Pele, the families of murder victims, Grenfell firefighters, billionaires, political dissidents. The list goes on.…
 
Tanya Arnold interviews Stevie Ward and his partner Natalie Alleston about the realities of concussion and having to make the decision to retire at the age of 27 from a sport you love. This interview is a personal look into the difficulties and complex challenges faced by a person suffering from a mild traumatic brain injury and the people closest …
 
This podcast is recorded on the lands of the Dharug, the Boon-Wurrung and Wurundjeri of Kulin nation, and the Dharawal. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge the elders of tomorrow. This land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded, Australia owes a debt that can never be repaid and must come to terms with the historic a…
 
A year of extraordinary events, issues, crises, achievements, strength and perserverance is given a Blak perspective from the NITV News crew. Hosted by Natalie Ahmat, this episode of Take It Blak podcast first aired nationwide as a 54 minute NITV News special that included Rae Johnston, Jack Latimore, Jodan Perry, Rachael Hocking, Keira Jenkins, & …
 
Join NITV Online’s Take It Blak podcast with host Shahni Wellington and guests Bruce Pascoe and Vicky Shukuroglou to discuss their latest work Loving Country and how connecting to Country can help with healing after this hellish year. We also discuss the Black Lives Matter movement; a very scientific theory as to why wombats glow under UV light; an…
 
Jason Robinson is a former rugby league and rugby union player. A World Cup winner in 2003 with England RU who became the first ever black man to captain England. He played for the British and Irish Lions and won everything on offer in English rugby league too. He was one of the deadliest attacking players ever to pick up a ball. Jason also uncompr…
 
In this episode of the Take It Blak podcast, NITV's Science & Technology Editor Rae Johnston has your monthly hit of the latest STEM news and interviews, looking at the intersection of traditional knowledge and modern science, and speaking to industry leaders. This month: what TikTok is doing for users with epilepsy, Twitter reveals the top #BlakTw…
 
Visual artist Fiona Foley and Hip Hop artist Birdz join Take It Blak host Jack Latimore to discuss Country and the impacts of colonisation on Badtjala lands and peoples, and on Queensland and Australia more broadly, including the Endeavour, the Act, dispersals, Blak resistance and the enduring connection of place.…
 
Stevie talks with Jon Peach and Chris Bright who are both involved in The Diabetes Football Community. Chris Bright was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as an 8 year old in 1999 and despite the setback at that age he still wanted to become a footballer. In following this passion and love for the game, he has faced the stigma that society has created …
 
This NAIDOC Week special episode sees the legendary singer-songwriter Archie Roach yarn with Take It Blak host Jack Latimore about the release of his latest album, The Songs of Charcoal Lane; the 30th anniversary of his classic debut album; challenging institutions and demonstrating for change; and what it's like to find himself on the cover of Rol…
 
In this episode of Take It Blak, NITV's Science & Technology Editor Rae Johnston has your monthly hit of the latest STEM news and interviews, looking at the intersection of traditional knowledge and modern science, and speaking to industry leaders. This month: how we know there's water on the moon, noise-cancelling without the headphones, what make…
 
A short story about a panic attack. Robert is a father of two teenagers and works as a plumber. Alongside many others, he enjoyed the challenges of the first Cultivate Programme back in those “unprecedented” days of 2020. Deciding to go deeper and stand longer under the cold showers he then embarked on a Personal Leadership Course with the Mantalit…
 
Jack Green is a British sprint athlete who specialises in the 400m distance, along with the hurdles and the 4 × 400m relay. He is a double Olympian, competing for GB at the 2012 London and 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympic Games. And he is a World & European Medalist. He has achieved a lot, but in the shadows was struggling with his mental health.…
 
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