24 episodes

Intimate conversations about getting unwell - and getting better. From Prince Harry to Fearne Cotton. Because mental health deserves to be talked about.

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    • 4.5, 46 Ratings

Intimate conversations about getting unwell - and getting better. From Prince Harry to Fearne Cotton. Because mental health deserves to be talked about.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

ElaineLeeYu ,

Great podcast -- more episodes please!

I've been subscribed to this podcast for the last year and absolutely adore it. My favorite one is the one with Mandy Stevens, I've listened to it about three 8 times because it is so full of insight and condensed with information. I've also particularly enjoyed the episode with Stephen Fry and Prince Harry. Bryony Gordon is a perfect host -- kind, funny and empathetic given her own struggles with OCD. I hope this podcast continues and produces more episodes. I would definitely like to hear more episodes (with or without celebrities) and broaden the scope to hear more about, for example, the eight different kinds of schizophrenia, dissociative disorder, hallucinations associated with dementia or Parkinson’s disease, etc. I've also really enjoyed hearing from British experts and celebrities, but Bryony could also connect with American ones as well! Or anyone from any country for that matter. Thanks to Bryony, guests, and everyone involved with this production to fighting stigma and helping people!

R25R ,

Very nurturing podcast.

Bryoni is delightful and draws interesting conversation for her guests. Very helpful for those of us who struggle with mental illness.

myonuclei ,

Wonderful and for once honest

I love this podcast. It's the only only on that discusses with well-known public figures their stories and experiences with mental health challenges. A totally refreshing and novel approach. I learn something useful ever time.

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