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The following 5 audioBoo clips are interviews carried by BBC Radio Leicester on the Time to Talk day on 6 February 2014:

     Sue Crane talking to Ben Jackson about her experience of having bi-polar disorder.

     Jan Wild-Grant talks about having bipolar disorder and mental health stigma.

     Jane Knight talks about the day’s event.

     Claire Barker explains her pop-up ‘Depressed Cake Shop’ at BBC Radio Leicester.

     CSV Leicester talks about ‘Making a Difference on Rupal’s show.

Short documentary on Time to Talk day by talkSPORT

Mental Health Reform - by Laura Kelly of Dublin, a series of Soundcloud clips

World Mental Health Day 2012 & 2013 - Mental Health Council of Australia, Soundcloud clips

Norman Lamb speaking on the new mental health action plan, audioBoo clip

Prof Peter Fonagy on parity for mental health. audioBoo clip

Event to launch the mental health action plan - 20 Jan 2014, Soundcloud clip

Guardian Science weekly podcast - the problem with drugs for mental illness, Soundcloud clip

Mental Health Foundation Podcasts:

     New Year's Resolutions - A Healthy Diet

     New Year’s Resolutions - Exercise

     Progressive Relaxation for Better Sleep

     What is Mindfulness?

     Mindfulness - 10 Minute Practice Exercise

     Exercise and Mental Health

     How to Overcome Fear and Anxiety

     Stress and Relaxation: Quick Fix Breathing Exercise

     Stress and Relaxation: Full Works

     Wellbeing and Sleep: Quick Fix Relaxation Exercise

     Wellbeing and Sleep: Full Works

     Stress and the Mind: Quick Fix Relaxation Exercise

     Stress and the Mind: Full Works

     Wellbeing and Positive Thinking

     Wellbeing and Relaxation

     Wellbeing and Nutrition

Some Royal College of Psychiatrists podcasts


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Dr Fisher's swim across the English Channel Fri 28 February 2014 00:00. Dr Robert Fisher, a consultant psychiatrist in east London, talks to eNewsletter Associate Editor Dr Howard Ryland about his work and his recent swim across the English Channel, which he completed in 14 hours 23 minutes.

Postnatal depression - Louise's story. Louise is a young mother who developed postnatal depression (PND) following the eventful birth of her first child. Here, she discusses with Raj Persaud her experiences, and what it was like to be admitted to a Mother and Baby Unit.

Historical East End psychiatrist analysis. Psychiatrist Dr Raj Persaud talks to Dr Fiona Subotsky, an eminent Child and Adolescent UK Psychiatrist, with an interest in the History of Psychiatry and Honorary Archivist to the Royal College of Psychiatrists. She has researched the famous 19th Century series of gruesome murders which were committed in the area surrounding the new location of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in the East End of London. In particular, she has analysed a psychiatrist who became prominent for claiming to have diagnosed and identified Jack the Ripper.

How many Iraqis died as a result of the conflict? Amy Hagopian is an academic based at the University of Washington and is lead author of the very latest research paper trying to measure how many people have died in Iraq as a result of the conflict there. In this interview with Raj Persaud, Amy discusses how, given the mental and physical health implications of war, doctors and health workers should be campaigning against war. She also explains the methodology behind this kind of rigorous survey and why her results are so different from alternative sources of information such as the Iraq Body Count.

Raj+PersaudinconversationwithAmyHagopian.mp3 Raj+PersaudinconversationwithAmyHagopian.mp3 RP_Louise_PND.mp3 RP_Fiona_Subotsky.mp3

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