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Welcome to EPHPHATHA! The Era of confinement is over, time to be free. It is hard to believe that there is light at the end of the tunnel when you are still trapped, however, exploring sharing wisdom and methods with eachother we will find hope, a feeling of expectation, reassuring the greater world that liberation is possible, glory in your crisis, pain to purpose, heart filled with joy, peace through illumination, it start with the readiness to open up, when you open your wounds then you c ...
 
A weekly interview series of conversations with author Alex Holmes, as he sits down with world-class thinkers, writers, and leaders from all corners of the world and culture to unpack topics around what it means to be human, and explore themes of masculinity, mental health, psychology, spirituality, and more. For more information about Alex, go to: - alexholmes.co - instagram.com/byalexholmes
 
What's the only thing that keeps a rough draft from becoming a published piece? Publishing it! We're here to help you get your rough drafts published (after you've done a lot of revision work to make them fantastic, obviously!) on some of your favorite websites, publications, and journals. Every Monday morning tune in to your podcast player of choice to get a new interview with an editor or content manager on exactly how they like to be pitched so you can land your next big byline.Even bette ...
 
The AfroCurators™ podcast highlights lived cultural experiences of talented multi-generational creatives, social influencers, and culture shifters of the African Diaspora -- who have achieved inspiring success by curating their own legacy and walking in their purpose. Connect with us everywhere @afrocurators Connect with your host, Skye Idehen: Instagram & Twitter @curatedbyskye
 
Being in lockdown has unleashed our love for nature. Goats taking ownership of our streets, deer sleeping on town commons, birds and their song reclaiming our soundscape - a full wildlife drama happening every day in our gardens, streets and countryside for us all to watch. Get Birding is a podcast to help everyone, anywhere, discover more about the birds on our doorsteps. Hosted by 18 year old ornithologist and conservationist Dr Mya-Rose Craig, this entertaining, cross-generational series ...
 
Hi! My name is Lindsay and I host Stuff about Things: An Art History Podcast. It is a monthly-ish podcast where I tell you stuff about things. From giant Buddhas to lost paintings, each episode is a deep dive into a particular work of art, artist, or issue within the world of art history. My dog, Gus, also plays a key role as the podcast's muse and mascot. Come for the information, stay in spite of my very bad jokes. Happy listening!
 
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This week, I am speaking to Nick Hutchinson, the co-founder of Book Thinkers. After reading hundreds of personal development books, he is looking to spread the positive power of reading with as many people as possible. We chat about everything from how many books he's read, to lessons on how the books helped with his mental health, and more. Bookli…
 
Back in May, I joined my friend Mark Leruste on The Unconventionalists podcast. This is a bonus conversation that Mark has graciously let me use for this episode, so please kick back and hear my story. The original description: Suicide is the leading cause of death in men under 45 in the UK. Despite being digitally 'connect' in more ways than we ha…
 
On this episode with me is an amazing lady OLAMIDE SOBOWALE fondly called Miimii. Miimii is known to be a Jane of many trades. She is an Office Manager & PA, Content Creator, Entrepreneur, Social Media manager, Beauty Consultant and Professionally trained Makeup artist, and a recently PRINCE 2 qualified certificate holder in PM. On this episode, we…
 
Natasha Lunn is the features director at RED magazine and the creator of a popular and acclaimed bi-monthly email newsletter, Conversations on Love. After years of feeling that love was always out of reach, Natasha Lunn set out to understand how relationships work and evolve over a lifetime. She turned to authors and experts to learn about their ex…
 
This is Small Talk. This week, I am having a small talk with you about men and sleep. Does it affect your masculinity if you sleep less? Based on this article. Also, navigating regrets. Is it useful? Let me know what you think about Small Talk! Join the Facebook Group - Time To Talk Support Group Book: Time To Talk: How Men Think About Love, Belong…
 
Hello precious souls, on this episode with me is Dr Samuel Ekundayo often referred to as The Purpose Preacher. Dr Samuel Ekundayo is a Senior Lecturer, author, life coach, preacher, and transformational speaker based in Auckland, New Zealand. His mandate is to help people discover their purpose, so that they can maximise their potentials towards a …
 
Ciaran Thapar is a youth worker, social activist, and writer based in London. His journalism on serious youth violence, austerity politics, British multiculturalism, and contemporary music culture can be found in the Guardian, British GQ, Vice, and Pitchfork. He has experience developing and delivering charity programmes in secondary schools, youth…
 
This week on Talk More, Alex and Richard talk about Gabor Maté's documentary The Wisdom of Trauma. Oh, and terrariums - we speak about terrariums. Let's get into it. Films: The Wisdom of Trauma Precious Forrest Gump Books: My Grandmother's Hands - Resmaa Menakem True Self, False Self - Richard Rohr Articles: On Trauma Credits: Hosted by Alex Holmes…
 
On this episode with me is a woman of valour.... I bring to you FATIMA ELIZABETH MARTIN, she is an author, entrepreneur and CEO of Klizzy beauty world, she is a wife, a mom and a faith builder. On this episode, she took us through the journey of her life, beginning from her conversion from Islam to Christianity, and how the devil played mind games …
 
Welcome back to another episode of Time To Talk, the home of conversation around mental health, masculinity, and healing. This week, I am speaking to my esteemed guest, Riaz Megjhi. Riaz is a human connection expert, based out in Canada. We talk about all things human connection, journalism, and what it means to have a good and wholehearted convers…
 
All hail the queen of monsters, Niki de Saint Phalle! This episode is a deep dive into Niki de Saint Phalle, her career, and the culmination of her life’s work: the Giardino dei Tarocchi, or Tarot Garden. Come for the facts, stay in spite of the bad puns. #nikidesaintphalle #tarot #giardinodeitarocchi #tarotgarden #nana #monumental #sculpture #ting…
 
This week is a solo episode and quite frankly, I am upset. Listen to find out more. If you are a man, of all varieties, genders, and sexualities, and you feel you would benefit from joining a regular men's group with a maximum of 8-10 people, then please email me to register your interest. You won't regret it! I am also launching my blog - if you a…
 
On this episode with me is a phenomenal woman, whose words will pierce through the innermost chamber of your being. Meet her here👇 Oluwatoyin is THE WORDSMITH A Woman by design A Wife by calling A Public health Analyst by Profession A Strategic Life Coach by training A Youth Pastor by assignment And Co- Founder of the Trustbridge Academy OLUWATOYIN…
 
Welcome back to another episode of time to talk the home of conversation around mental health, masculinity, and healing. This week, I'm exploring the conversation around empire with the one and only Professor Kehinde Andrews. Andrews is a Professor of Black Studies in the school of Social Sciences at Birmingham City University. He is the founder an…
 
This week, Richard and Alex chat about: The Eugene Ellis episode How do we release trauma from the body? Growing up Jamaican Racial disparities and trauma Redefining Masculinity Answer your questions Moving On Up Alkamizing Eden Join Temple Podcasts and Articles: The Fundamentalists - Happiness Redefining Masculinity Books: Body Keeps The Score - B…
 
On this episode with me is a man on assignment, he shared a distinct knowledge on how you can pick up, brush up, rebrand yourself after life ordeals or challenges into becoming a platform or the best version of you. Meet him here... Emeka Ebeniro is a Business and Brand Consultant, Personal Branding Coach, motivational speaker and exceptional conte…
 
This week, I speak to Eugene Ellis. He is the founder of The Black, African, and Asian Therapy Network, which has been an amazing resource for me and my own mental health. However, this conversation is focused on his new book The Race Conversation: An Essential Guide To Life-Changing Dialogue. We have a chat about how the body holds trauma, healing…
 
This week on Talk More, Alex and Richard reflect on men, therapy, and emotional health. There is a trigger warning about domestic abuse in this conversation. In this conversation we chat: Therapy Men and friendships Emotional health in schools And how men can better help support one another. Make sure you check out Steady to join one of the plans t…
 
On this episode with THE JAIL BREAKER I bring to you, Coach Bim, whom God had helped and raised to raise others out of confinement of rape, shame, guilt, bitterness, pain, unforgiveness and hatred. She was molested and raped at the age of 4, suppressed the feeling but carried the baggage until over the age of 40 before she came to realisation, acce…
 
Today's guest is Justin Baldoni. He is an actor, director, producer, and co-founder, and co-chair of both Wayfarer Studios and the Wayfarer Foundation, and the heartthrob star of Jane The Virgin. Over the last ten years, Justin has been on a journey to explore masculinity and reimagine what it means to be a man, and human, in the world today. He ha…
 
Courtney Craven shares their expertise on writing and editing about accessibility in games and media, and how to write a great pitch for Can I Play That? Visit craftyourcontent.com/episode69 for links, resources, and a free downloadable sheet with all the info you need to send a pitch to Can I Play That?…
 
UNSTRING... When God gave me this mandate, helping people out of confinement, little did i know that a whole lots of people are going through rejection, condemnation, self inflicted pain due to abuse of the past. So this episode gives insight on who we are created to be, what you can achieve, and why you should disregard naysayers, and loosing up, …
 
Bud Hennekes gives us an inside look at how to write a strong pitch for CXL’s blog, along with great advice for folks new to the content marketing world. Visit craftyourcontent.com/episode68 for links, resources, and a free downloadable sheet with all the info you need to send a pitch to CXL!By Elisa Doucette
 
Elisa Doucette shares the secrets to writing a strong pitch for the Craft Your Content site along with best practices for pitching and working with an editorial team. Visit craftyourcontent.com/episode66 for links, resources, and a free downloadable sheet with all the info you need to send a pitch to Craft Your Content!…
 
This week, I spoke to Nat Maddix (singmaddixsing), the founder of the incredible London collective House Gospel Choir (@housegospelchoir), who released their incredible debut album at the end of 2020 - ‘RE//CHOIRED’. We spoke about spirituality, Christianity and music, as well as growing up as Black people in London via Jamaica. NEW MEN'S GROUP 'ME…
 
As lockdown restrictions start to ease, Mya-Rose Craig explores how we can expand our birding horizons from our back gardens and regular walks to further afield, paying a visit to the Wildfowl & Wetland Trust’s Slimbridge reserve in Gloucestershire which will reopen soon. Writer, broadcaster and actress Emma Kennedy explains her love of birding, st…
 
This week, I am speaking to Paul Mendez. We discuss all things Jamaica, growing up Jehovah's witness in the Black Country and his debut novel Rainbow Milk. Rainbow Milk is a beautiful novel about love, belonging and the Black, Queer experience that we don't often see from Black men. Dive in, it's a beautiful conversation with an icon. Catch me on: …
 
This week...it’s time to talk about sobriety and intentions with Africa Brooke. Africa Brooke is a globally recognised Mindset Coach, NLP practitioner, sobriety advocate, and explorer of the subconscious mind. In her work as a Mindset Coach, Africa uses her training in NLP and various other mind technologies to help coaches, entrepreneurs, change-m…
 
The birds in our skies are about to change. Spring marks the start of migration, with birds flying thousands of miles across the world. It's a magical, mysterious wonder of nature that has fascinated us for centuries. In this episode Mya-Rose Craig discovers why bird migration happens; learns about species we can expect to see flying into the UK; a…
 
Malachy Dunne is a counsellor and educator situated in Cornwall. He is the founder of Lifetime Therapy, a humanist, people-centred practice. They believe that, given the appropriate conditions, every individual has limitless capacity to heal, to come to new thoughts and beliefs and to change the way they view the world, others and themselves. We ta…
 
Dr Nicole LePera is known as the Holistic Psychologist online. As a clinical psychologist, she grew tired of the limitations of traditional psychotherapy - and so, wanting more for her clients and herself, she embarked on a mental, physical and spiritual journey which saw her picking up the tools to heal and do her work. She began to share that wit…
 
During lockdown, we've become more aware of birdsong but can we recognise the birds we're hearing? In this episode, Mya-Rose Craig explores how to identify different birds, from robins to wrens to blackbirds; why birds sing; what a dawn chorus is all about; and how birdsong makes us feel. Actor and keen birder Samuel West takes time out from filmin…
 
Columns, thorns, and superscriptions, oh my! This episode is a deep-dive--not into the Tiber River but rather the almost 2000 year history of the Ponte Sant'Angelo in Rome, Italy. It includes background on the bridge's ancient past, a little dip into the biography of Gianlorenzo Bernini, and even an excursus on the bridge's appearance in cinematic …
 
This week...it’s time to talk about choices with Emma Gannon. Emma Gannon is a Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker, novelist and host of the no. 1 career podcast in the UK, Ctrl Alt Delete, with over 9 million downloads, nearing 10mill last I checked! She has blogged since 2009; podcasted since 2016 and is the author of five books, including t…
 
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