Conversations that reveal and inspire on eclectic topics of interest in the bigger middle of life - health, work, culture, ideas, profiles.
Learn to be happy by ditching the "curse of mediocrity" and "rethinking your thinking"
The extraordinary story of Nobel biochemist Otto Warburg, the Nazis, and how some cancer cells eat
Dr Fayne Frey
Skin Cancer: Prevention and sun protection essentials
Dr Fayne Frey
Skin cancer: My "likely 80% malignant" bombshell + what you need to know about melanoma
"Everyone should control their insulin - step one is controlling carbs"
Taking Your Shot: A journalist hits his stride as founder of a video production house
So good on so many levels
I love this podcast. It's so insightful on so many different levels. If you have older parents who are dealing with getting on in life, this will give you a real head's up into some of the issues and learn how to help them through it. It's also great if you're heading into middle age yourself (even if you're in denial, like me!) - it's a clever way of preparing yourself for the next stage. There is also a great variety in the topics/guests. Just have a listen!
"Proper" Journalism at last!
Unlike so many, Susan has a long pedegree as a leading journalist and boy does it show! She's assembled a fascinating and eclectetic group of people to interview always attached to a unifying theme of getting the best out of life in the middle years. My personal favourite is Prof Tim Noakes but just click on one that you fancy and you'll be hooked!
Inspirational speakers and interviewer alike
Loving these podcasts - Susan Flory's calm yet inquisitive tone combined with a rich source of inspirational interviewees make these rich pickings. Not only because they tackle so many facets of ageing but for the depth and breadth of research presented in an erudite yet entertaining way.