A brand new podcast hosted by The Book of Man columnist Professor Green titled ‘Learning To Adult, Slowly’,. Tune in weekly where, with special guests he’ll be discussing the issues affecting men today - that aren’t better left unsaid. Mental Health, Body anxieties and more. Honest and thought provoking chat. Series 1 is sponsored by Lab Series Skincare for Men
When Professor Green met Jeremy Corbyn
The Book of Man columnist interviews Jeremy Corbyn on the issues surrounding mental health in the UK
Professor Green and Guests - Live at the Curiosity Rooms
A live special podcast with Jordan Stephens and Gizzi Erskine at the Curiosity Rooms.
Learning to Adult Slowly Episode 5 - What we have learnt
Learning to Adult Slowly LIVE - Scroobius Pip, Kelly Convey and Simon Gunning
Learning to Adult Slowly Episode 4: Resilience
In this episode Professor Green is joined by activist, film-maker and actor Jake Graf, author Poorna Bell, and comedian Tez Ilyas, to discuss the nature of resilience and how it can get you through the toughest of times.
Learning to Adult Slowly Episode 3: Grieving
In this emotional episode Professor Green is joined by poet Hussain Manawer and psychologist Dr Chloe Paidoussis-Mitchell, to discuss dealing with grief.
Learning to Adult Slowly Episode 2: The pressures on men...
In this week's episode of Learning to Adult -Slowly, Professor Green is joined by Scroobius Pip, Jordan Stephens and Alex Holmes.
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Helpful, reassuring + real!
Looking for light + understanding as my teenage son is struggling with mental health issues. This heartbreaking time is taking its toil on our mental health too, so it’s great to hear deep, heartfelt issues discussed in an accepting, everyday, part of life way. It’s refreshing. No polite or otherwise ‘shut downs’ - openness, warmth + candid conversations that help me know everything is ok. This is life, we’re not alone. Thank you Prof Green et al.
Encouraging, uplifting, inspirational
A fabulous podcast! Stephen and his brilliant guests are not afraid to bare all to contribute to the subject matter of each podcast. I’ve come away feeling inspired, encouraged, reassured and heartened with each podcast.
True to life
I’m a proper podcast convert and this is one of my top 10...Stephen is always so honest and concise...totally relatable and great conversation and delivery. Well done x