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Shed Talks is a good humoured show about mental health and coping with life – what happens when things go wrong, and what you can do to get better and stay well. Shed Talks is hosted by Jeremy Thomas – a funny guy with experience of serious mental illness, and an advocate of good mental health. Jeremy is going to be in conversation with interesting people drawn from the world of Film, TV, Music, Books, Crime, Gardening, and Business. Interesting people who have achieved something in their li ...
 
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Nathan Horrocks has jumped many fences in his life, both literal and metaphorical. Raised in Yorkshire and Kenya, he talks candidly about traumatic events including being separated from his mother while a small child and then reconciling with her 25 years later. He lifts the lid on British Horse racing, what it is really like to be a professional j…
 
Ian Rankin spills the beans about his mental health and allows us to see behind the creator of those 23 Inspector Rebus crime novels. Born on the tough side of Fife, he came up the hard way but credits his elder sister for encouraging him to write his thoughts into diaries. To understand him, you need to know that Edinburgh is his capital, and sinc…
 
Gordon a multilingual journalist talks about being an only child, Autism, Withnail & I, Scotland, the great Hiroshi Murakami, loneliness, James Joyce, meeting the Dutch love of his life aged 18, getting married, Stress, Bladerunner, having two kids diagnosed with autism, the healing power of running, Breaking Bad, Our Friends in the North, New Orde…
 
Dick Moore hated school so badly, he faked appendicitis. At odds with a sadistic headteacher, his depression and anxiety were very real. An immense ability n the rugby field kept him afloat. Fast forward to university, Dick became a teacher. He then married and within 5 years was the youngest prep school headmaster in the country. He occupied that …
 
Shed Talks’ very own psychologist Karen Cowan, switches to the hot seat and bears all for this extended edition. She talks candidly about growing up with aristocratic heroin and alcohol addicted parents, amidst great wealth but amidst fear, anxiety and bad asthma- never feeling safe. How protecting her younger sister helped her deal with her father…
 
Charming as her famous great aunt, Audrey Hepburn, Roma Hooper has spent her life helping others. A tragedy in her childhood had a lasting effect on her mental health. She has used this experience to support many others and, in particular, young offenders in prison. Which led her to set up the highly successful Prison Radio Service. She received th…
 
This poem helped Tim Clark and David Enthoven decide to offer Robbie Williams a serious management contract. It's a song about a former schoolteacher of Robbie's and is not complementary. Check out what Tim Clark has to say about the scene that unfolded the first time they visited Robbie's flat.Av SHED TALKS (Jeremy Thomas)
 
Disgruntled old Etonian, international HGV driver, serial depressive, officer in the Coldstream Guards, oil rig worker and latterly fine art collector, Charlie Mortimer has considerable life experience. Being addicted to heroin, cocaine, dexedrine, painkillers and alcohol, deep down he led a largely unhappy life until his mid fifties when things to…
 
Veteran music biz manager, Tim Clark spills the beans to JT about growing up in Africa with his missionary parents. Running Island Records, King Crimson, Nick Drake, Paul Kossoff, Bob Marley, Bryan Ferry. Insight into his legendary partner, David Enthoven's recovery from heroin, cocaine, and alcohol addiction. How they took Robbie to the top and ho…
 
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