39 episodes

Every day, 34 young people in their 20's and 30's are diagnosed with cancer.
These are the stories of what happens afterwards.
This is AfterThoughts

AfterThoughts Toby Peach & Alice-May Purkiss, Beyond Arts

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 23 Ratings

Every day, 34 young people in their 20's and 30's are diagnosed with cancer.
These are the stories of what happens afterwards.
This is AfterThoughts

    AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years - Friendship

    AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years - Friendship

    Every day 34 people in their 20s and 30s are diagnosed with cancer. AfterThoughts explores some of their stories. But teenagers are diagnosed too. Seven people aged 13-24 are diagnosed every day. And that brings with it a whole host of other challenges. These are their stories. This is AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years. Supported by Teenage Cancer Trust.

    We're back to shine a light on some of the themes that came up in Series Four with our very special Shortcasts.

    • 21 min
    AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years - Fertility

    AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years - Fertility

    Every day 34 people in their 20s and 30s are diagnosed with cancer. AfterThoughts explores some of their stories. But teenagers are diagnosed too. Seven people aged 13-24 are diagnosed every day. And that brings with it a whole host of other challenges. These are their stories. This is AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years. Supported by Teenage Cancer Trust.

    We're back to shine a light on some of the themes that came up in Series Four with our very special Shortcasts

    • 28 min
    AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years - Dating

    AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years - Dating

    Every day 34 people in their 20s and 30s are diagnosed with cancer. AfterThoughts explores some of their stories. But teenagers are diagnosed too. Seven people aged 13-24 are diagnosed every day. And that brings with it a whole host of other challenges. These are their stories. This is AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years. Supported by Teenage Cancer Trust.

    We're back to shine a light on some of the themes that came up in Series Four with our very special Shortcasts

    • 17 min
    AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years - Wrap Up

    AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years - Wrap Up

    Every day 34 people in their 20s and 30s are diagnosed with cancer. In Series 1 of AfterThoughts, we heard some of their stories. But for Series 2, we’re going younger. Seven people aged 13-24 are diagnosed every day. These are their stories. This is AfterThoughts.

    Join Toby and Alice as they look back on some of the incredible stories from Series 4!

    • 41 min
    The Teenage Years: Phoebe - Cancer and Covid, Maturity and Hazards in the Tudor Home

    The Teenage Years: Phoebe - Cancer and Covid, Maturity and Hazards in the Tudor Home

    Every day 34 people in their 20s and 30s are diagnosed with cancer. AfterThoughts explores some of their stories. But teenagers are diagnosed too. Seven people aged 13-24 are diagnosed every day. And that brings with it a whole host of other challenges. These are their stories. This is AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years. Supported by Teenage Cancer Trust.

    Our very last storyteller of the series is the fantastic Phoebe.

    • 45 min
    The Teenage Years: Tegan - Post Treatment Care, Making Sh*t Happen and The Power of Storytelling

    The Teenage Years: Tegan - Post Treatment Care, Making Sh*t Happen and The Power of Storytelling

    Every day 34 people in their 20s and 30s are diagnosed with cancer. AfterThoughts explores some of their stories. But teenagers are diagnosed too. Seven people aged 13-24 are diagnosed every day. And that brings with it a whole host of other challenges. These are their stories. This is AfterThoughts: The Teenage Years. Supported by Teenage Cancer Trust.

    It's episode six (ALREADY?!) and we're bringing you Tegan.

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Balding Dad ,

Antidote to misery monologues

Cancer isn’t sweetness and light. It’s s&@t. But this podcast gives the proper view of living with and beyond cancer joyously. And has singing.

Aliwonder ,

Heartwarming and upbeat despite such hard hitting topics

The hosts explore the human side of the cancer experience in a gentle and meaningful way.

CB.2807 ,

Wonderful, inspiring and entertaining

Feeling like you’re in the room as they talk, the stories the guests have and the warmth from the hosts is fantastic.

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