12 episodios

Simon Thomas explores human endurance through the toughest times. In a series of interviews with well-known celebrities and notable people, he discovers how crisis and desperation can lead to hope and inspiration for a new and happy life. In each episode, we find out that there are so many others experiencing mental anguish, who have lived through the most difficult times. We hear how many have overcome tragedy to live happy and fulfilling lives.

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Simon Thomas explores human endurance through the toughest times. In a series of interviews with well-known celebrities and notable people, he discovers how crisis and desperation can lead to hope and inspiration for a new and happy life. In each episode, we find out that there are so many others experiencing mental anguish, who have lived through the most difficult times. We hear how many have overcome tragedy to live happy and fulfilling lives.

    Philip Schofield

    Philip Schofield

    Philip Schofield joins Simon Thomas to talk about his four decade career on our television screens.

    his broadcasting journey began on the other side of the world in New Zealand, after his family emigrated from Cornwall, but it was his time in the broom cupboard on Children's BBC where he really made his name.

    Since then, Philip Schofield has gone on to present some of the UK his biggest shows performed in the West End. And for the past 18 years, he's presented it these daytime show this morning.

    In the early part of 2020, Philip made a decision that would change his life.

    He announced on live television, that after much soul searching and struggles with huge guilt, he was gay.

    He talks to Simon about his new book, 'Life's what you make it'. He charts his childhood, his rise to fame, and the near forty years of life in front of the camera and on stage. More than that, it's an honest account of his struggles to accept his sexuality, and the huge impact that had on his family.

    • 1h 18 min
    Life Interrupted with Simon Thomas, Season 2 Coming Soon! Subscribe Now!

    Life Interrupted with Simon Thomas, Season 2 Coming Soon! Subscribe Now!

    Join Simon Thomas as he explores human endurance through the toughest times in the second series of his podcast Life Interrupted.

    In a series of incredible interviews, he discovers how the more desperate times can lead to hope and inspiration for a new and happy life.

    In each episode, we hear from names we are familiar with and some we are not. These interviews teach us that despite the most difficult challenges in our lives, we can find the strength and the narrow path through to a better life.

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    • 28 segundos
    Billy Billingham

    Billy Billingham

    Simon talks to star of the TV programme SAS: Who Dares Wins, Billy Billingham. After a near-miss during a knife-right in his youth and strong advice from a boxing coach, Billy decided that he needed a life-direction and joined the Military. There he found like-minded people and thrived on the mental and physical challenge. As he grew, he discovered how capable he was and became a bodyguard to film stars including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Now on TV, Billy reflects on his past and how he understands life very differently now.

    If you have been through life events similar to those described in this episode and you need someone to talk to, please contact the samaritans, free any time, from any phone, on 116 123

    And if you'd like to share your thoughts with Simon, he'd love to hear from you:

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    • 1h 13 min
    Luke Sutton

    Luke Sutton

    Simon talks to former Cricket Captain Luke Sutton about his competitive attitude to life and how this led to valuing winning at all costs. Luke struggled with finding a release from the pressures of needing to win and found calm in using alcohol. He also endured the sudden loss of his long-term partner. Things spiralled out of control, and after a period in rehab and a near-fatal diagnosis in hospital, Luke found a way to approach life differently. Today he says that he is learning to live with his past and carry life forward into the future.

    If you have been through life events similar to those described in this episode and you need someone to talk to, please contact the samaritans, free any time, from any phone, on 116 123

    And if you'd like to share your thoughts with Simon, he'd love to hear from you:

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    @SimonThomasSky

    • 1h 19 min
    Jo Roberts

    Jo Roberts

    Simon talks to the CEO of the Wilderness Foundation, Jo Roberts. Jo founded the charity to help young people from difficult, abusive and impoverished backgrounds. She guides them to find solice, courage and understanding in the wilderness of nature. In this episode, she reveals how these young people come to her broken and closed, and how her wilderness trails make a lasting impact in their lives.

    If you have been through life events similar to those described in this episode and you need someone to talk to, please contact the samaritans, free any time, from any phone, on 116 123

    And if you'd like to share your thoughts with Simon, he'd love to hear from you:

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    @SimonThomasSky

    • 1h 7 min
    Bill Turnbull

    Bill Turnbull

    Simon talks to journalist and presenter, Bill Turnbull who currently works as a presenter for the radio station Classic FM, following many years as a presenter with the BBC.

    In March 2018, Bill publicly revealed his diagnosis of advanced prostate cancer. His decision to talk openly about his illness has led to many other men having their health checked and has undoubtably saved lives. It's a bitter-sweet joy for Bill, who still has to find strength and courage to meet this challenge head on each day.

    If you have been through life events similar to those described in this episode and you need someone to talk to, please contact the samaritans, free any time, from any phone, on 116 123

    And if you'd like to share your thoughts with Simon, he'd love to hear from you:

    Twitter

    @SimonThomasSky

    • 1h 4 min

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