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Ground-breaking real-life stories that speak to you about your life, your world, and your issues. Reece Parkinson gets in-depth with documentaries made to challenge your thinking.

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Ground-breaking real-life stories that speak to you about your life, your world, and your issues. Reece Parkinson gets in-depth with documentaries made to challenge your thinking.

    The Next Episode: #MeToo in Music

    The Next Episode: #MeToo in Music

    Aluna Francis, Rebecca Taylor and Chloe Howl share their stories of alleged sexual misconduct in the music industry.

    Hosted by Ben Zand and Sarah Gosling.

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    If you've been affected by any of the issues raised in The Next Episode please visit bbc.co.uk/actionline.

    And if you work in the music industry and want to share your own stories, please get in touch.

    #TheNextEpisode // TheNextEpisode@bbc.co.uk // 07568608295

    • 20 Min.
    Spinal Injury - A Life-Changing Crisis

    Spinal Injury - A Life-Changing Crisis

    In this episode we hear the life-changing story of Rubayet, who became a paraplegic last summer. Disability campaigner Will Pike and fellow wheelchair user meets Rubayet to find out how he’s coping with a life-changing spinal injury.

    • 17 Min.
    Mental Health and Black Men

    Mental Health and Black Men

    According to NHS England, 1 in 4 adults will experience a mental illness in their lifetime. In the UK, black people are more likely than white people to be diagnosed with mental health problems and to be sectioned - in particular young, black men. Why is this the case?

    Reece Parkinson joins a panel of guests and a live audience to discuss the issue - from stigma, to masculinity, and access to support. Anthony Davis is a psychotherapist and clinical social worker. Derek Owusu is a writer and the editor of Safe: On Black British Men Reclaiming Space. Josiah Hyacinth is a YouTuber who has been open about his own experience with depression. Jamal Edwards, the founder of SBTV, has made a documentary exploring mental health in men.

    • 51 Min.
    My Mind & Me: Gemma

    My Mind & Me: Gemma

    In this episode we catch up with Gemma. She’s a busy nurse who’s had depression for a long time. In 2017 Newsbeat followed her life as part of BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s mental health season, My Mind and Me. She revealed how her depression would make her so tired she’d spend days in bed and how it alienated her from those who loved her. It was also taking its toll on her relationship with her boyfriend. During that time though, she recorded her very first counselling session. Now, two years on, we find out how she’s coping.

    If you need help with anything you hear in this podcast you can head to the BBC Advice Pages.

    • 18 Min.
    My Mind & Me: Bex

    My Mind & Me: Bex

    It’s two years since Newsbeat followed the life of a young woman called Bex for BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s mental health season called My Mind and Me. When we met her, she’d been diagnosed with a complex list of mental health conditions including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder. She recorded some of her most personal moments back then in 2017 – including how her crippling anxiety meant it could take up to an hour to leave her flat and why her cat, Zach, was her best friend. Bex wanted to reveal what it’s really like to live with serious mental health conditions and to encourage other people to open up about what they’re going through. Now, we catch up with her to find out how’s she’s doing.

    If you need help with anything you hear in this podcast you can head to the BBC Advice Pages.

    • 19 Min.
    My Mind & Me: Mat

    My Mind & Me: Mat

    Two years ago Newsbeat followed the life of Mat who’d had anxiety and panic attacks since he was a teenager. It was part of BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s mental health season called My Mind and Me. Mat revealed that during his darkest times he experienced panic attacks almost every day and regularly imagined taking his own life. He fell into a spiral of drinking alcohol to deal with it and found it hard to stop. Now, we catch up with Mat to see how he is.

    If you need help with anything you hear in this podcast you can head to the BBC Advice Pages.

    • 19 Min.

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