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We hear the stigmas that are surrounded around mental health, "you don't have a reason to be depressed, get over it." and we hear the stigmas surrounding sexual abuse, "you are just looking for attention, why are you speaking about it now?" but too little of the time are we bringing a message to eliminate that stigma. Today, we change that, by speaking about my struggles, by speaking about yours, we can turn these stigmatized topics and allow the to be heard.
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This podcast is a heartwarming and insightful conversation with professionals in the creative industry. We find out what inspired them to risk their livelihoods to join the creative industry. Each guest brings a work of art that inspired them, and a work that they have, in turn, created. Join these fun, thoughtful and inspiring conversations: Claret & Conversation: Voices from the Creative Industry is sponsored by Claret Press and Clapham Publishing Services. Join us every Wednesday for a ne ...
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Den 27 januari 1945 när Auschwitz befriades var en vanlig dag som alla andra för Leon Weintraub. Han var fånge i koncentrationslägret Gross-Rosen efter att ha undkommit Auschwitz och överlevt fem år i ghettot Litzmannstadt. Weintraub överlevde flera läger efter Gross-Rosen. I detta informella samtal inför Förintelsens Minnesdag den 27 januari 2021 …
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Carl Rosner puts the spotlight on the 1.5 million children who perished and offers hope for the future in the many children he has met who are taking responsibility by listening and carrying stories such as his forward. How can sharing the story of a childhood lost to the Holocaust attest to the power of positivity, and foster healing and resilienc…
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How can sharing the story of a childhood lost to the Holocaust attest to the power of positivity, and foster healing and resilience? From Schenectady, New York, Carl Rosner and his daughter, author Elizabeth Rosner, discuss their family's survival of the Holocaust and his survival of the peace in Denmark, Sweden and the U.S. in conversation with au…
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Journalisten Helena Trus farmor Cyla överlevde det otänkbara och gick nyligen bort i sviterna av covid-19. Hur påverkas vårt kollektiva minne av Förintelsen när vi förlorar allt fler förstahandsvittnen? Därför är det viktigare än någonsin att fortsätta berätta. Ett samtal mellan författaren Julie Lindahl och Helena Trus.…
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Vad gör pandemin med demokratin och mänskliga rättigheter? Författaren Julie Lindahl berättar också om sin nya roman som fokuserar på kvinnans roll under den nazistiska rörelsen samt hur deras uppfostringsmetoder påverkat generationerna som kom efter. Ett samtal mellan Julie Lindahl och journalisten Helena Trus.…
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Eugene Skeef is a South African musician, composer, poet and activist, exiled from South Africa for his work with Steve Biko during the Apartheid regime. He has since become a workshop leader, renowned for the work that he did in post-genocide Bosnia. Join us as he introduces a range of drums to Katie Isbester, and tells the story of his extraordin…
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Bill Hope is a Clapham-based actor who has worked in theatre and movies. His break-through role was in Aliens directed by James Cameron. He has also acted with Johnny Depp, starred on Spooks, and voiced over cartoons. Born in Canada, he has made London his home. Two ex-pat Canadians talk about his career. Join the conversation.…
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In Survivor Café: The Legacy of Trauma and the Labyrinth of Memory Elizabeth Rosner, illuminates the experience of inheriting tragedy and how to interest people in the stories of the Holocaust, even as they are not born into families such as hers. Is literature about the Holocaust always doomed to insufficiency in its effort to give rise to an unde…
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Jack-of-all-trades Ray Foulk discusses his extraordinary life as the Isle of Wight festival creator, city events planner, art deco gallery curator and author. Ray grew up on the Isle of Wight. When the island needed funding to build a new swimming pool, he and his brother decided to set up a festival. Now an internationally renowned event with head…
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Listen to the British composer and music leader discuss his role as a creative catalyst and the importance of collaboration. Adam Saunders’ musical ability was clear from a young age. Growing up near Portsmouth, Adam attended a small school where few people played instruments. From the age of seven, he found himself accompanying the school choir an…
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Listen to the award-winning director and filmmaker Tor Bridges discuss using creativity as a force for positive change and social justice, and how this ethos has impacted her work. Tor Bridges studied documentary film making in the States before moving back to the UK and joining the BBC as a researcher. She quickly became disenfranchised with the h…
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What difference can one person make in a time of catastrophe? Rachel Kadish speaks with Madoka and Oriha Sugihara, the granddaughter and great-granddaughter of Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara. During the Holocaust, Chiune Sugihara saved thousands of Jews by issuing illegal transit visas allowing the bearers to exit Europe through Japan. Among tho…
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What do we risk when we try to listen honestly across the lines that divide us? And what can young people’s stories teach us about how to combat intolerance? Jason Reynolds, recently appointed by the Library of Congress as the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, speaks with Rachel Kadish about his writing and his work on behalf of yo…
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Two authors, both granddaughters of Nazis reflect upon themes raised by their family legacies: trying to understand versus the danger of normalizing extremism, forgiveness and responsibility, memory and truth, and what the third generation can contribute when it comes to understanding the historical significance of the Holocaust. Julie Lindahl inte…
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'Creativity is Curiosity.' Mathematics professor at Oxford, art historian, poet, philosopher, superb aphorist - is there anything Simon Altmann can't do? Listen as he discusses how creativity and curiosity have shaped his life. Simon Altmann was born in Argentina and grew up in the shadow of WWII. After receiving British Council funding to study in…
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Listen to acclaimed playwright and author of Learning German (badly) Tim Luscombe, as he discusses European identity, Brexit and Eurovision. Tim Luscombe grew up in the Surrey suburbs near Epsom. He left to study Geography at Oxford and quickly realised that he could get by without doing any work until third year. Consequently, he spent most of his…
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Sweeten your January by listening to Clapham entrepreneur Wendy Yates discuss compotes, marmalades and ketchups and managing her own micro-business. Wendy Yates started her career in a very different industry: speech and language therapy. After spending five years studying, she entered the profession and slowly began to realise that it was not for …
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Sound artist Tansy Spinks talks about how to listen. Thoughtful and informed, this experimental artist makes a fascinating podcast. Tansy Spinks always knew she wanted to be an artist. Growing up in a family of female painters, her decision when she left school was not whether to be creative, but which creative path to follow: art or music. Choosin…
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Aliki Braine, artist, photographer, educator and activist took on the National Gallery in the name of justice and won! She's a committed artist who talks frankly about the demands of producing art while also being a mother and an educator. Listen to the conversation. Available now on all major platforms.…
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Richard Lloyd-Morgan finds striking similarities as an opera singer and a vicar. "Just get out of the way and let Strauss/God do the work," he says. Listen to this beautiful man with his beautiful voice tell us about getting out of the way.
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What does it mean to take responsibility for deeds you yourself did not commit? Julie Lindahl relates her experience unearthing the truth of her grandparents’ involvement with Nazism and discuss the process that led her to write The Pendulum and to grapple with the legacy of her grandparents’ work on behalf of the Nazis’ racial war and talks about …
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What can a story do in the face of intolerance? Author Rachel Kadish speaks about the legacy of her family’s WWII refugee experience and about the bridges art can build. Kadish discusses her own historical novel The Weight of Ink as well as the larger role of historical fiction in shifting the way we view distant times and communities, and sparking…
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Uncertain who to support in the upcoming Canadian elections? The world leading expert in match-fixing, Declan Hill, has boxed with Justin Trudeau, had dinner with the Russian Mafia and spills all on Claret and Conversation season two. Declan Hill: http://declanhill.com/
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Author, illustrator and organiser of Clapham Book Festival sits down with Katie to kick of the second season of Claret and Conversation with a bang. Learn about the fascinating panels in the upcoming Clapham Book Festival and the hidden truths about the area of Clapham that so many writers love. Clapham Book Festival: https://claphambookfestival.co…
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Can we ever bridge the void between the generations when it comes to the legacy of war? What price must Jews pay to become accepted as Americans or Europeans? How do war and peace affect our perceptions of the relationship between the US and Europe? Author and activist Julie Lindahl talks with novelist Derek B. Miller. storiesforsociety.com Voices …
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Michael Coolwood is a feminist science fiction and fantasy writer. Growing up with shows like Asterix and Futurama, Michael has always enjoyed letting his imagination run wild. After getting back into reading a few years ago, he was absorbed by the works of Ian M. Banks and other stories involving sentient trains, spurring him to start writing his …
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Tricia Ninian is living her child hood dream as a soprano, having embraced her musical talent at an early age by learning to play the piano and singing in a choir in Westminster Abbey. Now, Tricia has starred as the likes of Liu in Turandot and Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni and her passion has provoked her to set up her own opera company: St Paul’s …
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I have a lot of issues with the way I have been creating and I can't help but feel I might not be the only one feeling this way. This episode talks about the creative struggles of being a novice, as well as trying to stay true to your own image through self realisation. I hope you enjoy it. Have a good day and have an amazing week! --- Send in a vo…
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Born and raised in Clapham, Sam is an expert traveler and the co-founder of Experience Travel Group. His travel company tailors the trip to the ‘holiday makers’ needs and helps them to explore and appreciate the locations natural form, setting Experience Travel Group apart from the rest. In this episode of Claret & Conversation, we debate the defin…
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Catherine O’Brien is a voice artist and the founder of Essential Audiobooks based in New York, where she lives with her husband after having moved there from London in 2008. As the daughter of a speech and drama teacher, Catherine has grown up performing In this episode of Claret & Conversation, we’ll consider the current state of the publishing in…
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Sam is a gardener and founder of the Cottage Gardener company in Clapham. Sam first began to appreciate the outdoors as a child and was inspired by the nature and colours of the Norfolk countryside where he spent a lot of time growing up. Sam has a new book coming out, entitled Down the Garden Path: Snippets from the Cottage Gardener, which draws o…
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Kees’t grew up in a small town in Holland to liberal parents who encouraged him to embrace his creative side. In this episode of Claret & Conversation, we’ll discuss how Kees’t transitioned from a cameraman director, working with the likes of David Lee; to adventure photography, climbing Mount Everest with Brian Blessed and exploring Antarctica wit…
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Sarah is an author living with Motor Neurons Disease. Published by Claret Press, Sarah writes supernatural stories, saying she loves the uncertainty and the fact that anything could happen. Half Life has been adopted by the NHS to help teach palliative care staff and indeed we will discuss how Sarah has come to terms with her illness in this episod…
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Alex Reads is a professional journalist and podcast host of Mostly Lit and What Matters, who loves to create. Inspired by David Sedaris, Alex has natural gift for storytelling and plays the piano to exorcise his demons. In this episode of Claret & Conversation, we’ll discuss how the ever-modest Alex doesn’t let stereotypes define him.…
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Sue Carpenter is a documentary filmmaker, writer and photographer, whose wanderlust has resulted in her making a feature documentary about an uneducated girl in Nepal, Belmaya, who she met 12 years ago. Sue’s film follows Belmaya as she herself trains in filmmaking and makes her own short documentary, which has been selected for six international f…
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Nicky Barranger is an ex-BBC radio producer and World Service presenter who tried to interview a sleeping Arthur Miller, eye-locked with Hugh Jackman and spilled wine on Sir Peter Halls. Refering to herself as ‘professionally nosey’, Nicky’s curiosity has lead her through many doors, yet her love for audio and radio has never faded. In this edition…
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Too often we ignore how we feel, we think that if bitterness is part of our current emotions, that we need to get over it, we should not think like that. We should listen to what those emotions are telling us and work toward developing new ways of coping. By being intuned with your emotions, you are choosing to be in the moment, you are choosing to…
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Life can be extremely challenging at times, we might be experiecing moments in which are more stressful than others. By developing healthy ways in which we deal and tackle that stress, we can diminish how that stress affects us througout our lives. Here are 5 ways in which I try to diminsh my stress. Remember, stress is a part of our lives, we can'…
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I find myself having continous conversations about the importance of mental health. Growing up, I always felt that I wasn't "okay" and eventually, I decided to get help to feel okay, and here we are. The moment we begin to realized that it's okay to not be okay, is the moment we will begin to change the negative views on mental health. Open yoursel…
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We've been in them, cried about them and went back to them, dysfunctional relationships are all around us. Take a listen to my story, how I've overcome toxic relationships, developed self love, established boundaries. New Episodes Everyweek Social Media: Twitter - @Yvnira Instagram - @ACreativeVoice & @Yxniiiii Facebook - A Creative Voice Blog - ya…
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