I’ve often been interviewed as a guest on the radio, but last week I had to sit on the other side of the desk: I was asked to present a radio show. This was for a good cause: to highlight World Mental Health Week on Walk in My Shoes Radio, which was broadcast as a pop-up radio station from St Patricks Hospital in Dublin.
To listen to the first hour of the podcast, click here
And to listen to the second hour, click here.
It’s easy to flick forward through the podcast if there you’re looking for a particular segment.
The main sections of the podcast are as follows:
During the first hour, we featured music from Clean Bandit, Cee-Lo Green, The Tymes, Stevie Wonder and Camila Cabello.
The following individuals were interviewed:
During the first hour
- Colin Baker, tech guy, interviewing Pete Wedderburn, aka “Pete the Vet” about life, work, etc
- Pete Wedderburn, vet, interviewing Colin Baker, tech guy, about how he set up his business 20 years ago
- Damian Mulley, another tech guy, with a different slant to Colin, from www.mulley.net
During the second hour
Music featured included Camila Cabello, Tasmin Archer, Dusty Springfield, Lighthouse Family and Ed Sheeran.
The following interesting people were interviewed:
Derry Clark, celebrity chef from L’Ecrivain Restaurant
Neil Curran, Improv enthusiast and advocate: find out more via his website
Suzi Walsh, Dublin-based dog behaviourist from dogbehaviour.ie
Click on the links below to listen to the podcast