Podcasts

Episode 28 – Creative Currency Feat. Chris Arnold

By | November 3rd, 2016|Podcasts|

  Creativity is often seen as the preserve of artists, musicians and writers, but Chris Arnold, founder of ad agency The Garage, sees creativity as an essential aptitude needed to make it in the world of [...]

Episode 27 – Dyspraxia & the Politician feat. Emma Lewell-Buck

By | October 13th, 2016|Famous Dyslexics, Podcasts|

As a kid, while her friends were watching TV dreaming of being the next 80’s pop star or Sunderland United pinup, Emma was watching the news, dreaming of being a Westminster Politician. The problem is, the [...]

Episode 26 – Peculiar People feat. Lauren McCrostie

By | September 8th, 2016|Famous Dyslexics, Podcasts|

For Lauren, acting had always been the perfect outlet for her to explore her talent for turning words on a 2D page, into the 3D characters that inhabited her drama classes. When, ‘just for [...]

Episode 25 – A Different Perspective Feat. Luke Wright

By | August 2nd, 2016|Famous Dyslexics, Podcasts|

Author, performance poet, theatre maker and broadcaster, Luke Wright joins us in the studio. This was an interesting one for me, as I often hear people that were diagnosed with dyslexia as a child; [...]

Episode 24 – The Dyslexicon Feat. Michael Fabbri

By | July 5th, 2016|Famous Dyslexics, Podcasts|

In this episode of The Codpast, stand up comic Michael Fabbri explains how his struggles in education and frustration in the workplace were the best grounding for a career in comedy. Michaels comedy career [...]

Episode 23 – The Dyslexic ROI – Graham Welsh

By | April 7th, 2016|News and Views, Podcasts|

The subject of disclosure in the workplace is an issue that comes up time and time again. The general consensus seems to be, we are protected by the law and bring many positive attributes [...]

Episode 22 – The Confidence Question – Hannah Lord

By | March 1st, 2016|Podcasts|

It’s been said that focusing on reading writing or spelling is not the best way to help dyslexics thrive. For many, confidence is the biggest barrier that dyslexic individuals have to climb. In this [...]

Audiobook Review Podcast | February 2016

By | February 23rd, 2016|Art & Entertainment, Podcasts|

This month we take a look at books with film adaptions dealing with the theme of obsession. The Age of Innocence The story follows three main characters around the complex labyrinth of New York [...]

Episode 21 – The Professor Of Poetry – Benjamin Zephaniah

By | February 2nd, 2016|Famous Dyslexics, Podcasts|

Dub Poet Benjamin Zephaniah has some impressive strings to his bow; writer, author, musician and professor of Humanities and Arts at Brunel University, to name a few. What’s even more impressive is that he [...]

Audiobook Review Podcast | January 2016

By | January 26th, 2016|Art & Entertainment, Podcasts|

The New Year is often a time of reflection and my selections this month focus upon three different journeys of self-discovery. Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell George Orwell’s Down and Out [...]

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