A podcast exploring and interrogating language that we believe is ripe for the reclaiming! In each episode we talk to a bright and brilliant person about their relationship with a specific word, which, usually, has negative connotations. Join us to bask in the glory of all the things that we’re told we shouldn’t think or feel.
S2 4:How to be Sad
Let’s Talk About Loss founder Beth French chats about how to embrace and face grief, acknowledging and recognising the most complex of emotions - but always with positivity. With some tidbits from our live How to be Sad event.
S2 3:How to be Lazy
Mark Augias, surfer and web developer, chats about how embracing being ‘lazy’ lead him to the life he loves. With some chipping in from our live How to be Lazy event.
S2 2: How to be Lost
Chatting all things ‘lost’ with Natalie Fee, the very brilliant City to Sea founder and environmental campaigner. With some highlights from our live How to be Lost event.
S2 1: How to be Weird
Chatting to Better Food’s founder Phil Houghton about his relationship with the word ‘weird’, plus some bonus bits from our live 'How to be Weird' event in Bristol.
What is Talk Wordy To Me?
So just what is Talk Wordy To Me all about then, you ask? A handy introduction as to why this all kicked off in the first place.
S1 How to be Selfish
How to be...Selfish.
What's wrong with doing what makes you happy? What makes you compromise? What makes you feel guilty?
A chance to bask in the glory of the things we’re told that we shouldn’t feel. An opportunity to discuss, explore and interrogate the damage done when society’s voice is the one that we start hearing in our own head. And we do it with a drink in our hands.
Find out more via our Facebook page 'Talk Wordy To Me Bristol' or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Such a fantastic series with dynamic presenters and a great range of content. Very thought-provoking too. Anyone one would benefit from listening to these podcasts. I can't wait for the next one!
Love this. Easy, thoughtful listening. Haven’t been to the event itself but want to having listened.
Really interesting and food for thought content
Beautiful and profound conversations
We can’t recommend this principle or podcast enough!