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Tell Me About It, brought to you by NAM aidsmap, Radioville and Public Health England, is the new the podcast where people with HIV share their experiences. 

In each episode, we’ll hear a conversation between two people with different perspectives. They’ll share what they know about HIV and how their lives may have been shaped it.

We’ll hear from experts as well as people who may know a little less about HIV, so it’s an opportunity to bust myths, tackle stigma and celebrate progress.

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Produced by Radioville (https:///www.radioville.co.uk)

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Tell Me About It, brought to you by NAM aidsmap, Radioville and Public Health England, is the new the podcast where people with HIV share their experiences. 

In each episode, we’ll hear a conversation between two people with different perspectives. They’ll share what they know about HIV and how their lives may have been shaped it.

We’ll hear from experts as well as people who may know a little less about HIV, so it’s an opportunity to bust myths, tackle stigma and celebrate progress.

Music sourced from Pond5

Produced by Radioville (https:///www.radioville.co.uk)

Please rate, review and subscribe via Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. For more information on HIV or anything featured in the series, email info@nam.org.uk or follow us on Twitter @aidsmap

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    Episode 6: Knowledge is Power

    Episode 6: Knowledge is Power

    The Sex Clinic’s Dr Naomi Sutton is well used to busting myths, and as a therapist and podcaster Kate Moyle knows a thing or two on talking openly about sex.

    They discuss the roots of stigma, from colonialism to the language of STIs - clean vs dirty…and how different things can be now with HIV treatment, PrEP and knowledge.

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    • 42 min
    Episode 5: Raising My Voice

    Episode 5: Raising My Voice

    Leading youth advocate Becky Kroger was diagnosed with HIV when she was a child, growing up in South Africa. 

    She talks to Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff of gal-dem magazine about the medication that changed her life, dealing with disclosure at school, and relocating to Britain for the bad weather and pancakes.

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    • 38 min
    Episode 4: Let's Celebrate Who We Are

    Episode 4: Let's Celebrate Who We Are

    Matthew Hodson, a lifelong LGBTQ+ activist, and Executive Director of NAM talks to Simon Blake of Stonewall and Mental Health First Aid about the legacy of Section 28, coming out in the AIDS era, Dolly Parton and self-confidence - “Because if you bring yourself into the room, your whole self into the room, we'll get to solutions faster”.
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    • 31 min
    Episode 3: Women, Stigma, and Swimming Pools

    Episode 3: Women, Stigma, and Swimming Pools

    Jo Josh is a woman living with HIV who works as a communication adviser.

    She talks to BBC Radio London’s Jo Good about sex, stereotypes and the rarely heard voices of women living with HIV…as well as swimming pools, yoga panic and dealing with the sometimes well-meaning but overly personal question – how did you get HIV?

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    • 45 min
    Episode 2: Generations of HIV

    Episode 2: Generations of HIV

    Actor Jonathan Blake was diagnosed with HIV in 1982, while activist and educator Rich Watkins was diagnosed in 2016.

    They discuss how much a diagnosis of HIV has changed over the last 40 years and the impact it has on health, sex, shame and stigma.

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    • 51 min
    Episode 1: Let’s Fix the System

    Episode 1: Let’s Fix the System

    Episode 1 of Tell Me About It features NAM’s Susan Cole in conversation with Dr Halima Begum, Director of the Runnymede Trust; talking about HIV and health inequalities, racism and HIV stigma in healthcare, life-changing developments in HIV treatment and what we can do to make sure public systems respond to everyone’s needs.
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    • 40 min

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