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; say in [...]

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 has seen [...]

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 to the [...]

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 months episode [...]

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 managed this [...]

Episode 20 – The Best of The Codpast 2015

By | January 5th, 2016|Podcasts|

2015 has been one hell of a year for The Codpast. We’ve featured some great guests who’ve shared some truly entertaining and inspirational stories. We’ve gained more listeners and were shortlisted for ‘Best Podcast’ at the [...]

Episode 19 – Mary Poppins on Speed – Jackie Hewitt-Main

By | December 1st, 2015|Podcasts|

It’s a well known fact that around 50% of the prison population are dyslexic or have issues with literacy. What’s lesser known, is the effect tackling this problem could have on violence in prisons and the [...]

Episode 18 – The Knowledge Is Power – Gavin Malcolm

By | November 3rd, 2015|Podcasts, Working Life|

They say that knowledge is power and for Gavin Malcolm, this saying has some real significance. We’ve all heard the stories of tough kids from inner city neighborhoods finding a way out through football, boxing or [...]

Episode 17 – Memory Mechanics – Jake O’Gorman

By | October 6th, 2015|Help and Advice, Podcasts|

This episode is also available on iTunes, Stitcher or Soundcloud This month master of the mind Jake O’Gorman pops into the studio to dazzle with his superior memory skills. Poor memory is something that many dyslexics [...]

Episode 16 – Creative, Successful, Dyslexic – Margaret Rooke

By | September 1st, 2015|Art & Entertainment, Podcasts|

Mother and author Margaret Rooke once had the assumption that Dyslexia was something that happened to other families. Within a family that had always done well academically and with no history of Dyslexia, Margaret was shocked [...]

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