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Luke and Holly, friends for over 20 years, invite guests to explore themes of Worldly Wellbeing and by listening, you’re joining the conversation..

www.worldlywellbeing.org

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

Luke and Holly, friends for over 20 years, invite guests to explore themes of Worldly Wellbeing and by listening, you’re joining the conversation..

www.worldlywellbeing.org

Find us on Instagram:
@worldlywellbeing

    With Liz Nottingham

    With Liz Nottingham

    The final episode of the season where Luke and Holly offer some reflections, and this time are joined again by Liz Nottingham (IG: @liznottingham) for a mindfulness piece. Liz is a wellbeing pioneer both in the corporate world, and as a leadership coach, and she opened up a beautiful conversation in this episode. From tending to our root-balls to taking rhythm from the tides as well as some real practical advice for looking after ourselves in the midst of a pandemic and the surrounding uncertainty. 


     


    You can find out more about Liz and her work here: https://bit.ly/3k5TF2Z

    • 40 min
    With Luke and Holly

    With Luke and Holly

    In the penultimate episode of Season Four of the Worldly Wellbeing podcast, Luke and Holly’s special guests are…themselves! An opportunity to find out a little more about your hosts; including the origins of their friendship, their journeys from teenagers to thirty-something year olds, and plenty of laughs along the way!

    • 35 min
    With Helen Bazuaye

    With Helen Bazuaye

    In this Worldly Wellbeing episode Luke and Holly are joined by Helen Bazuaye (IG: @bazuaye), a “company of one” and a passionate advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion. She channels her passion through the endeavours of Creative Grace (IG: @creative.grace___) and works as a freelance writer, editor, and consultant. More than that, she’s a wonderful human being with an energy that felt like it was radiating throughout our episode; Helen’s openness to share some of her own personal story, what motivates her, and how she tends to her own needs, makes for a profound and encouraging episode.

    • 45 min
    With Andrew Cunning

    With Andrew Cunning

    This week's Worldly Wellbeing podcast is with Andrew Cunning (Twitter: @TheTad92, IG: @tadcunning), a theologian, teacher and writer based in Belfast, NI. He has a PhD in theology and literature, and published his first book, Marilynne Robinson, Theologian of the Ordinary, in 2020. He is now writing and teaching theology across Ireland, from Trinity College Dublin to Harbour Faith Community in Carrickfergus. Andrew is passionate about inclusion and all that entails within religious communities, and is currently writing a book aimed towards helping people join the theological conversation.


     


    In this episode, we talk about the value of reading in groups, how faith can and continues to be divisive, the joy of literature, and the complexities of building genuine community. Andrew mentioned some great resources and authors in our chat - here’s the list we promised!




    Andrew’s website is: http://www.andrewcunning.com/


    Andrew’s book: https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/marilynne-robinson-theologian-of-the-ordinary-9781501359002/ 


    Ralph Waldo Emerson: https://www.britannica.com/biography/Ralph-Waldo-Emerson 


    The Dictionary of Sorrows: https://www.dictionaryofobscuresorrows.com/

    • 41 min
    With Yumiko of Gu Choki Pan

    With Yumiko of Gu Choki Pan

    In this episode of the Worldly Wellbeing Podcast, Luke and Holly are joined by Yumiko who is the founder and baker of Gu Choki Pan (IG: @guchokipan_london), a micro-bakery in West London. Yumiko mixes up Japanese baking by creating her own sourdough versions of traditional Japanese favourites. In this episode Yumiko not only talks about her business and her passion for baking, but also the ups and downs of starting a new business. Prepare to get food envy along with Holly at the descriptions of the Japanese buns, and enjoy a slightly different style of episode with some reflections from Luke and Holly along the way. 


     

    • 24 min
    With Amit of Audea

    With Amit of Audea

    Luke and Holly welcome their second guest of the season to the Worldly Wellbeing podcast. Amit is the founder of Audea (IG: @getaudea), a new platform positioning itself as the audio YouTube. Amit talks about the value of spoken word, the challenges of being a start-up, the need to connect people with thought and new insights, and the necessity of free speech.

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

PclarkVN ,

Thoughtful & Informative

Conversational and insightful! A good variety of topics and questions covered.

PopLondon ,

Simple pleasures

This podcast has brought me a lot of joy during lockdown. Luke and Holly take a light hearted approach to the things that are happening during this strange time that a lot of us can relate to. There passion for travelling and learning is very contagious. They are obviously two, very like-minded, intelligent, young individuals. Very easy listening!

Hanne016 ,

Wonderfully Worldly

A delight of a podcast. The presenters, Luke and Holly bounce off each other easily and are a pleasure to listen to. Love the idea of the depths we can take from travel experiences and learning more about the world from Engaging, to Responding and finally the touching of your Spirit. Can’t wait to hear more!

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