Liminal Podcast is for people trying to learn how to deal with life when the rug gets pulled from under your feet. Join Gordon and Joe on their journey into liminal space, as they speak frankly and honestly with friends and experts about their experiences, and ways to deal with change in a healthy way, be that through humour, self-care, science, or spirituality.
Our guest this week is Doug Sands, who is an entrepreneur, hypnotist, podcaster, and adventurer. He joins Gordon and Joe for a deep dive into hypnosis, quarantining in a desert in Utah and building a relationship in a pandemic.
The Second Chapter
Kristin Duffy joins Gordon and Joe to talk about a devastating liminal space, triathlons and her production company Slackline Productions. Most notably how her production company, which aims to put women in the drivers seat, has adapted to operating in the pandemic.
To kick start 2021 Gordon and Joe sit down to discuss dietary choice, looking at the topic of Veganism in particular.
Coming Out of the Pulpit
Gordon and Joe are joined this week by a long term friend of Gordon’s, Craig Watson. He joins them to discuss his journey with sexuality and spirituality, which culminated in a breaking point threatening everything he believed. Trigger Warning - If topics of LGTQ+ rights and how this group can be treated in religion is triggering, please be advised.
This week Joe and Gordon are joined by the founder of Fizzy Kids, Ali Fenshawe. She talks about her experience raising two ‘fizzy’ kids, the journey her family has had to take and how this has now led to her creating the Fizzy Kids community.
Once a Deviant
This week Joe and Gordon are joined by the larger than life Jay Smith, known commonly for being part of Deviant UK. He speaks about the highs and lows of his music career, plus the combination of a recent major health scare and losing a loved one in the space of a couple of years. Trigger Warning - If your sensitive to the topic of depression, cancer or death be advised.
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The Company You Didn’t Know You Needed
Wow. I’m pretty bad about starting new podcasts, but I am so glad I’ve started this one from the beginning.
Gordon and Joe make quarantine feel a LOT less lonely. They’re the kind of people that you want to chat up at a pub. The kind of people you can joke with while in a que at Gregg’s waiting for the next batch of vegan sausage rolls. The kind of people you want as friends.
I had the podcast on while messing about the house and it just felt like I was hanging with my pals. It was relatable, informative, and easy to listen to.
Gordon and Joe are the company you didn’t know you needed, but are SO happy to have during lockdown. Thanks for keeping me company, boys xx