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"Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" continues!With Alastair Fothergill OBE: CEO & Founder of Silverback Films. The Film Company (& Alastair as the Producer) behind many of the most seminal Films about Planet Earth that you will ever see - and with none other than Sir David Attenborough as his oftentimes Narrator.With a crucial message also to share about the forthcoming COP 26 - the Global Environmental Conference - happening in Glasgow in November: Possibly the most important Environmental event in the History of Humanity - with not to put too fine a point on it - the 'very survival of our species' at stake with the decisions that MUST be taken...Plus same wonderful advice to offer for fellow Film makers.Alastair has the wonderful Sir David Attenborough as a life-long friend and career-long collaborator. Wonderful, rich stuff indeed...Marvellous!“The Good Listening To: Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!” is the Show & Podcast series that features “The Clearing”:Where all good Questions come to be asked - and all good Stories come to be told…With some lovely juicy Storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - a Tree - a lovely juicy Storytelling exercise called “5-4-3-2-1” - some Alchemy - some Gold - a cheeky bit of Shakespeare - and a CAKE!So it’s all to play for! Hurrah!(…and indeed Huzzah!)Enjoy!
Ohhhh yes! Ladies n' Genminminmin (er min...) it's Doctor Phil Hammond Day on UK Health Radio!Hurrah!"The Good Listening To: Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" continues!With all round versatility and prolific pants Dr Phil Hammond - who also - spookily enough has news of a New Book!"Dr Hammond's Covid Casebook" published in 'real time' over 18 months (now collected in 1 Volume) as columnist "MD" in "Private Eye" Magazine. Complete too with some 'rather splendid' cartoons!Talking life-philosophy and the virtues in particular of "Kindness & Self Care".As a Medical Comedian Phil Hammond can talk seriously or humorously (and usually both) about any Health or Lifestyle topic..."One of the best things about being a GP is that you can stick your finger up somebody's bottom within 30 seconds of meeting them - and they'll be grateful for it!"Hurrah & Huzzah!"Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" is my Weekly Show version of "The Good Listening To Podcast" on UK Health Radio, with a potential audience reach of 1.2 Million!It's the feelgood Storytelling Show that brings you "The Clearing": Where all good QUESTIONS come to be asked - and all good STORIES come to be told...Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - some Shakespare - and a Cake!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!"Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us?"And whilst we've got you here in "The Clearing": "What would you like your Legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?"The Show where all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting Story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk  www.instantwit.co.uk and www.chrisgrimes.uk There's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above (and below)https://www.facebook.com/groups/842056403204860Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching with me - to help 'Level Up' your Confidence, Communication Skills or Personal Impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme - then, by all means, do get in touch:chris@secondcurve.uk +44 (0) 7711 644 094https://secondcurve.uk/app/uploads/2018/06/SC_level-up.pdf
Ohhhhh yes!Ladies n' Genminmin (er min...)Welcome to a particularly exciting Episode (in 2 Parts!) of "The Good Listening To Show: Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!"Please welcome to "The Clearing" the incomparable Phelim McDermott from Improbable Theatre: Director, Pioneeing Improviser, Theatre Maker & Conversation Starter.  With a Flotation Tank as his "Clearing" to assist in his 'going deep' whenever a creative endeavour requires, this is a rich and multi-layered conversation indeed. Includes the "world exclusive reveal" of Phelim and Improbable's desire for a "Homecoming" to a dedicated Curated Space to call their HOME at last - called "The Gathering"."If you build it - they will come!"With the vision to build a Community - an Empty Curated Space - for Creativity in all its forms to happen.And resonating beautifully with my own sense of what a Clearing truly is: A Comedy Improvisational "Empty Space" brimming and charged with potential, where anything is possible, with the underlying Mindset of "Yes and...""Yes and..." the very building blocks of Creativity...How exciting!We even use a "Dream Door" (one of Phelim's constructs that we hit upon as we talk) to segue between Parts 1 + 2 of the Programme, as we realise that we're overrunning together and we improvise a bridge between 2 Episodes! (But here as one long Episode - for your enjoyment and delictation - on Buzzsprout!)Hurrah and indeed Huzzah!Enjoy!A lovely, rich and immersive (see what I'm doing there?!) conversation indeed!"Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" is my Weekly Show version of "The Good Listening To Podcast" on UK Health Radio, with a potential audience reach of 1.2 Million!It's the feelgood Storytelling Show that brings you "The Clearing": Where all good QUESTIONS come to be asked - and all good STORIES come to be told...Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - some Shakespare - and a Cake!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!"Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us?"And whilst we've got you here in "The Clearing": "What would you like your Legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?"The Show where all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting Story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk  www.instantwit.co.uk and www.chrisgrimes.uk There's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above (and below)https://www.facebook.com/groups/842056403204860Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching with me - to help 'Level Up' your Confidence, Communication Skills or Personal Impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme - then, by all means, do get in touch
Welcome to Episode 11 of "The Good Listening To Show" on UK Health Radio: "Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" continues!Please welcome “Motivational Pants” (!)  himself: Alex Moyle to the Good Listening To Clearing!"Welcome to Optimistic Moyle Island - with Catch Phrase City as the Capital!"And Alex also asks the vey important question: "If a fire-fly's bum's on fire - and it does a wee - is there a cold spot?"As our joyful banta together will explain!Plus the awarding of an "Olympic Gold Medal" to Alex Moyle during the course of our converation, for being a wonderful "Servant Leader" and an all round awesome, hard-wired-to-be-helpful human being!Get in!"Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" is my Weekly Show version of "The Good Listening To Podcast" on UK Health Radio, with a potential audience reach of 1.2 Million!It's the feelgood Storytelling Show that brings you "The Clearing": Where all good QUESTIONS come to be asked - and all good STORIES come to be told...Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - some Shakespare - and a Cake!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!"Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us?"And whilst we've got you here in "The Clearing": "What would you like your Legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?"The Show where all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting Story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk  www.instantwit.co.uk and www.chrisgrimes.uk There's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above (and below)https://www.facebook.com/groups/842056403204860Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching with me - to help 'Level Up' your Confidence, Communication Skills or Personal Impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk.Details of your 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme are here:https://secondcurve.uk/app/uploads/2018/06/SC_level-up.pdfTwitter: @thatchrisgrimes
Welcome to Episode 10 of "The Good Listening To Show" on UK Health Radio: "Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" continues!Please welcome "The Cave Man" himself - Dick Willis! In this wonderful conversation we talk about his life-long passion for all things subterranean and a love of Caving - and he describes himself as 'blundering through life but generally coming up smelling of roses!'And unsurprisingly his "Clearing" is the entrance to a particular tunnel complex - the Clear Water Caves in Thailand.Dick also tells the fascinating and harrowing story of the epic Thai Cave Rescue of the Children's Football team - as Dick knows the international rescue Team well - in June and July 2018. Twelve members of the Football Team - aged eleven to sixteen - and their 25-year-old assistant were rescued from the Tham Luang Nang Non cave in Chiang Rai Province in northern Thailand when it unexpectedly flooded, trapping the whole Team inside, sparking an international Cave rescue.A lovely, rich - deep (see what I'm doing there?!)  and textured conversation indeed!Enjoy!"Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" is my Weekly Show version of "The Good Listening To Podcast" on UK Health Radio, with a potential audience reach of 1.2 Million!It's the feelgood Storytelling Show that brings you "The Clearing": Where all good QUESTIONS come to be asked - and all good STORIES come to be told...Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - some Shakespare - and a Cake!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!"Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us?"And whilst we've got you here in "The Clearing": "What would you like your Legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?"The Show where all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting Story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk  www.instantwit.co.uk and www.chrisgrimes.uk There's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above (and below)https://www.facebook.com/groups/842056403204860Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching with me - to help 'Level Up' your Confidence, Communication Skills or Personal Impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk.Details of your 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme are here:https://secondcurve.uk/app/uploads/2018/06/SC_level-up.pdfTwitter: @thatchrisgrimes
Welcome to Episode 5 of "The Good Listening To Show" on UK Health Radio: "Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" Please welcome to the "GLT Clearing" for her "Damn Good Listening To!" the inimitable Actress, Voiceover - fellow INSTANT WITTER - awesome Doodler and all round happy & optimistic pants Ms Peta Maurice! Also the 1st Episode of a Podcast & Radio Programme in History EVER to involve "Storytelling in a Doodlepad Cartoon-Scape!"Peta is a veritable "helium balloon of creativity!" and indeed "tethered to the ground by her knicker-elastic!" Listen to find out more!Hurrah!Extract: "You have a model of my Head on your shelf behind you. Please can I come in and do a wee?"So yes! I give you "The Good Listening To Show" on UK Health Radio - Episode 5 pleeeeeease!Enjoy!P.S There's even a free "Mary Poppins Joke" at the end of the Show - in the Show Outro too - no extra charge - you're welcome!Get in!"Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" is my Weekly Show version of "The Good Listening To Podcast" on UK Health Radio, with a potential audience reach of 1.2 Million!It's the feelgood Storytelling Show that brings you "The Clearing": Where all good QUESTIONS come to be asked - and all good STORIES come to be told...Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - some Shakespare - and a Cake!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!"Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us?"And whilst we've got you here in "The Clearing": "What would you like your Legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?"The Show where all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting Story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk  www.instantwit.co.uk and www.chrisgrimes.uk There's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above (and below)https://www.facebook.com/groups/842056403204860Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching with me - to help 'Level Up' your Confidence, Communication Skills or Personal Impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk.Details of your 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme are here:https://secondcurve.uk/app/uploads/2018/06/SC_level-up.pdfTwitter: @thatchrisgrimes
Welcome to Episode 4 of "The Good Listening To Show" on UK Health Radio!And a special 'Brand Strand' Episode of the programme, wherby I wrap an Episode of the Show around a particular Company or individual, to help amplify their Company or Personal Brand.And please welcome to The GLT "Clearing": Hannah “I practice gratitude on the daily!” Fitt: Hannah Fitt is the Founder & MD of the S.A.F.E Foundation - and from the Charity "Keep A Child Alive".Hannah Fitt is a "Charity Trailblazer" personified! A profound, positive and enlightening conversation indeed, talking (amongst other things) about the nature of deep grief in losing a twin - critical thinking - altruism - and the great power of optimism in helping to reframe our experiences for better resilience. So yes! "The Good Listening To Podcast" now has its own weekly Show on UK Health Radio!It's the Podcast and UK Health Radio Show series that features "The Clearing":  Where all good questions come to be asked and all good stories come to be told!Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - and finally a Cake with a Cherry on Top!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us? And just to get bit "existential on yo ass" too (!) what would you like your legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?And all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk + www.instantwit.co.uk - and there's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above.Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching from me CG - to help level-up your confidence, communication, and personal impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The Second Curve "Zoom Room" - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk (The Second Curve "Zoom Room": Coaching to help you 'level up' your IMPACT - or to get Clarity on how to get to "where next?")
Welcome to "The Good Listening To Show" on UK Health Radio! And a special 'Brand Strand' Episode of the programme, wherby I wrap an Episode of the Show around a particular Company or individual, to help amplify their Company or Personal Brand.And please welcome to The GLT "Clearing": Lorraine Williams, MD of The Thyroid Trust!Talking all things Thyroid - and the fact that you're not alone with Thyroid Disease, thanks to the wonderful work of "The Thyroid Trust"So yes! The Good Listening To Podcast now has its own weekly Show on UK Health Radio!The Podcast and UK Health Radio Show series that features "The Clearing":  Where all good questions come to be asked and all good stories come to be told!Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - and finally a Cake with a Cherry on Top!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us? And just to get bit "existential on yo ass" too (!) what would you like your legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?And all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk + www.instantwit.co.uk - and there's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above.Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching from me CG - to help level-up your confidence, communication, and personal impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The Second Curve "Zoom Room" - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk (The Second Curve "Zoom Room": Coaching to help you 'level up' your IMPACT - or to get Clarity on how to get to "where next?")
Welcome to The Good Listening To Show on UK Health Radio!The Good Listening To Podcast now has its own weekly Show on UK Health Radio!And in Episode 1 please welcome to the GLT Clearing: The wise and wonderful Dave Stewart from Fresh Air Leadership!Talking all things health & wellbeing derived from time wisely spent in the Great Outdoors!I also have the great pleasure of working closely alongside Dave, as his Lead Coach and proverbial "Sherpa with a Flipchart!" on many an outdoor Business Coaching walk - often walking the West Highland Way in Scotland.So - thanks for listening! The Podcast and UK Health Radio Show series that features "The Clearing":  Where all good questions come to be asked and all good stories come to be told!Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - and finally a Cake with a Cherry on Top!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us? And just to get bit "existential on yo ass" too (!) what would you like your legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?And all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk + www.instantwit.co.uk - and there's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above.Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching from me CG - to help level-up your confidence, communication, and personal impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The Second Curve "Zoom Room" - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk (The Second Curve "Zoom Room": Coaching to help you 'level up' your IMPACT - or to get Clarity on how to get to "where next?")
Welcome to Episode 5 of "The Good Listening To Show" on UK Health Radio: "Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" Please welcome to the "GLT Clearing" for her "Damn Good Listening To!" the delightful and supremely experienced Resilience Coach and ex Hospice CEO, Cate Russell!Get in!"Your Life & Times With Me Chris Grimes!" is my Weekly Show version of "The Good Listening To Podcast" on UK Health Radio, with a potential audience reach of 1.2 Million!It's the feelgood Storytelling Show that brings you "The Clearing": Where all good QUESTIONS come to be asked - and all good STORIES come to be told...Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing - and with Stories rather than Music!There are some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - some Shakespare - and a Cake!Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."And as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!"Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us?"And whilst we've got you here in "The Clearing": "What would you like your Legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?"The Show where all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting Story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk  www.instantwit.co.uk and www.chrisgrimes.uk There's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above (and below)https://www.facebook.com/groups/842056403204860Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching with me - to help 'Level Up' your Confidence, Communication Skills or Personal Impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk.Details of your 'Level Up' your IMPACT Programme are here:https://secondcurve.uk/app/uploads/2018/06/SC_level-up.pdfTwitter: @thatchrisgrimes
Welcome to an exciting new departure to "The Good Listening To Podcast"!A new GLT series strand called "Legacy: Life Reflections", inspired by William Shakespeare's "All the World's Stage".It's the opportunity to join me in the "GLT Clearing" to share your story - and reflect  on your "Life's-Lessons-Learned" along your way.  And also share what you'd like your legacy to be: How would you most like to be remembered?So to that end - please welcome to the GLT Clearing:  Colin Grimes a.k.a my Father! A life trailblazer and "serial organiser and fixer" (!) born in Middlesborough and emigrated to Uganda with 3 children (including me!) in tow - at my age equivalent of 28 - in the mid 1960's.  Get him!So yes! This is the inaugural Episode of the new GLT series strand called "Legacy: Life Reflections".In talking to my father - Colin Grimes - and inspired by William Shakespeare's "All The World's A Stage Speech"  in "As You Like It":"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."Jaques: Act II Scene VIIThis is the opportunity to have a special Episode of The Good Listening To Podcast - with all the elements of its strong storytelling construct - wrapped around and dedicated entirely (and privately if you wish?) to you and your Life’s Story.(The idea being: A new “Private Series” strand to the Good Listening To Podcast: A Zoom Podcast series for private individuals, whereby I ‘wrap’ an Episode of the “The Good Listening To Podcast” - with all of the elements of its strong storytelling construct - around the life story (and the life’s-lessons-learned along the way) of you or another member of your family)And as always - as my guest here in the Podcast - "Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!"Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us? And just to get bit "existential on yo ass" too (!) what would you like your legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?So - thanks for listening to another episode of a "GLT with me CG!"The Podcast series that always features "The Clearing":  Where all good questions come to be asked and all good stories come to be told!With some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - and finally a Cake with a Cherry on Top!Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing! And also now think about William Shakespeare - and about "As You Like It" and "All the World's a Stage" in particular!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk + www.instantwit.co.uk - and there's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above.Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching from me CG - to help level-up your confidence, communication, and personal impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The Second Curve "Zoom Room" - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk 
Welcome to another exciting "Brand Strand" Episode of "The Good Listening To Podcast" with me Chris Grimes!"Brand Strand" is where I wrap an Episode of the Podcast - with its strong storytelling construct - around a particular individual or Company - to amplify their Company or Personal Brand.And so to that end, please welcome to the "GLT Clearing" today: Master Networker & Aussie LinkedIn "Inspiration Sensation" (and all round Positive Motivational Force of Energy to be reckoned with) that IS - Edward Zia!Edward Zia - International Master Coach & Speaker - is nothing short of a being phenemenon (er, enomernom-er-nomernon!)A very impressive Motivational & Networking force indeed - and much admired on LinkedIn - as he has now just topped an astonishing Network of 80,000 Followers - and counting! How's THAT for Networking?!In a nutshell, everybody knows about Edward and Lassie Zia!) Enjoy!If you'd prefer to "Watch/Listen" to Edward's interview, then you can also do that here:https://vimeo.com/chrisgrimes/edwardzia Hurrah!So - thanks for listening to another episode of a "GLT with me CG!"The Podcast series that features "The Clearing":  Where all good questions come to be asked and all good stories come to be told!With some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - and finally a Cake with a Cherry on Top!Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing! Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."Jaques: Act II Scene VIIAnd as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us? And just to get bit "existential on yo ass" too (!) what would you like your legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?And all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk + www.instantwit.co.uk - and there's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above.Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching from me CG - to help level-up your confidence, communication, and personal impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The Second Curve "Zoom Room" - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk (The Second Curve "Zoom Room": Coaching to help you 'level up' your IMPACT - or to get Clarity on how to get to "where next?")
Ladies n' Genmin welcome to another very exciting episode of "The Good Listening To Podcast" with me Chris Grimes!Welcome to a very special "Brand Strand" Episode of "The Good Listening To Podcast" - with me Chris Grimes - whereby I wrap an Episode of the Podcast (with its strong Storytelling construct) around a particular Company or Individual to amplify their Company (or Personal) Brand:And to that end, please welcome to the "GLT Clearing" the warm, GENEROUS, incredibly insightful - and gentle man - that is Johann Ilgenfritz Creator & Curator of UK Health Radio - and Health Triangle Magazine.A truly compelling "Survivor's Story" of acute self-awareness - PURPOSE - and generosity.As a cancer survivor given only 1 year to live (circa 2012) Johann not only survived but his PURPOSE and true reason for being was born: To create and curate UK Health Radio, as a new & much more restorative form of Radio Therapy for us all! Backed up by Johann's favourite Mark Twain quote:"The 2 most important days of your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why."Here then is his story of the "day he found out WHY."And just to hook you even more (!) here is the "Bish-Bash-Bosh" (!) of just some of his highlights:German Brought up in SAIn National Service fought in Angolan warFashion photographer Had heart attack playing tennis RecoveredDiagnosed with cancer Had radio therapy Went into remission Returned with a vengeance Given 12 months to liveHad abandoned photography for healthCreated UK Health RadioA new kind of radio therapy!“Alkaline Vegan” (which he also explains in the film!)Runs 10 km every day and works every day from dawn til duskMarried to Raphaela They met at Art School Raphaela also designs the online Health Triangle magazine every month They have 2 children Curtis 12 and Jasco 22Family moved from Germany pre Brexit and had to register to stay!Enjoy!"A GLT with me CG!":  The Podcast series that features "The Clearing", where all good questions come to be asked and all good stories come to be told!Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing! Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."Jaques: Act II Scene VIIAnd as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us? And just to get bit "existential on yo ass" too (!) what would you like your legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?And all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting story to be told!So thanks for listening to another Episode!If you'd like to find out more about me and my work, then please do check out my websites www.seco
Ladies n' Genmin welcome to another very exciting episode of "The Good Listening To Podcast" with me Chris Grimes!One of the special "Brand Strand" Episodes, whereby I wrap an Episode around a particular Company or individual to amplify their Company (or Personal) Brand:Who are you? What's your story? And what do you do?And to that end, please welcome to the "GLT Clearing": Emma Brown, Fashion Designer & Founder of Denim Star UK  - Womens Ethical Socks!How important is it to you to wear socks that compliment your jeans? Denim Star UK does exactly that! Emma has a basics range of Sustainable Denim Coloured Socks to - as she says - "romance your Jeans"!  Get in!Curious?  Join Emma on Instagram & Facebook @denimstar_ukIn her own words: "I'm a romantic at heart! A down to earth Fashion Designer and London girl, born and bred in Harrow. It's a joy to be a part of the fabulous Chris Grimes Community - thank you very much Chris - and I hope you enjoy our chat!""And Harrow to you too Emma!"  (See what I did there?!)"A GLT with me CG!":  The Podcast series that features "The Clearing", where all good questions come to be asked and all good stories come to be told!So thanks for listening to another Episode!If you'd like to find out more about me and my work, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk + www.instantwit.co.uk - and there's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above.Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching from me CG - to help level-up your confidence, communication, and personal impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The Second Curve "Zoom Room" - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk (The Second Curve "Zoom Room": Coaching for Business Professionals, Business Leaders and their Teams to help you "level up" your IMPACT to get you to the next level - or clarity on how to get to "where next?")
Ladies n' Genmin welcome to another exciting episode of "The Good Listening To" Podcast with me Chris Grimes!A special "Brand Strand" Episode, whereby I wrap an Episode around a particular Company (or Individual) to amplify their Company (or Personal) Brand.And to that end, please welcome to the GLT "Clearing" today:  Eloise Leeson,  linguist and owner of Olim Comms:  Here to help  businesses - in Eloise's own words - "close the gap between what they think they're saying, and what's actually being received by their customers".Eloise also explains what "Olim" means (Latin for "Once" and how she applies its principles) in the Podcast too! Hurrah!More about Eloise and her work: What do you get when you combine linguistic discipline with extensive commercial communications experience?Really great results, it turns out!Eloise Leeson is a trained linguist, with a unique, data-focused approach to written and verbal communications that’s delivered insights and results for a wealth of companies.  Her consultancy, Olim, helps us to close the gap between what we think we're saying - and what's actually being received by our listeners.You can find out more about Eloise and her stirling linguistic work at her website olimcomms.comSo - thanks for listening to another episode of a "GLT with me CG!"The Podcast series that features "The Clearing":  Where all good questions come to be asked and all good stories come to be told!With some lovely juicy storytelling metaphors to also enjoy along the way:The Clearing itself - A Tree (where we get to "shake your tree to see which storytelling apples fall out, in the form of a lovely storytelling exercise called "5-4-3-2-1") - some Alchemy - some Gold - and finally a Cake with a Cherry on Top!Think "Desert Island Discs" but in a Clearing! Also think about William Shakespeare - and about Jaques in "As You Like It" in particular:"All the world's a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances,And one man in his time plays many parts,His acts being seven ages..."Jaques: Act II Scene VIIAnd as my Guest in the Podcast:  Now is your 'moment in the sunshine' to share your story!Who are you? What's your story? And what 'life-lessons-learned-along-the-way' would you like to share with us? And just to get bit "existential on yo ass" too (!) what would you like your legacy to be?  How would you most like to be remembered?And all my guests have at least 2 things in common: They are all Creative individuals  - and all with an interesting story to be told!If you'd like to find out more, then please do check out my websites www.secondcurve.uk + www.instantwit.co.uk - and there's also a dedicated "Good Listening To" Facebook Group c/o the link above.Plus if you'd be interested in the experience of being given "a damn good listening to" yourself, or you'd like to explore the idea of some Personal Impact Coaching from me CG - to help level-up your confidence, communication, and personal impact c/o my online Coaching proposition: The Second Curve "Zoom Room" - then, by all means, do get in touch via any of the usual social media channels (see above) or you can email me at chris@secondcurve.uk (The Second Curve "Zoom Room": Coaching to get you to the next level - or clarity on how to get to "where next?")
"Hi-Diddly-Dee An Actor's Life For Me!" Please welcome Actor, Creative & all round 'prolific pants' Stewart Wright atop a bus on the way to Kathmandu in the halcyon days of being 19 for his 'Clearing', as we talk the combined passions of life, family, rugby and acting.Recorded also as a Facebook LIVE: https://www.facebook.com/730074635/videos/1030198231024253/Actor Stewart Wright, soon to be seen as “Devina Delish, the Cross Dressing Plumber” in “Midsomer Murders” and to answer the question that we’ve all been asking: “Dude, Where’s My Donkey?” Also due to be appearing as “BS3 Santa” at Tobacco Factory Theatres & Windmill Hill City Farm this Christmas - and as “Barney the Postman” in a Christmas film on Netflix with a cheeky appearance in between in the West End as Richard Burbage (of Shakespeare's Lord Chamberlain Company) in “Upstart Crow” - with David Mitchell as the Bard himself - William Shakespeare!Marvellous!More about Stewart from Reg Starkey - Editor of UK Health Triangle Magazine: Sugar-free Stewart Wright is a fascinatingly competitive  English character actor. He has done remarkably well on TV and in films, as well as on stage. When Covid closed theatres but allowed freedom to move, he took his talent onto the streets, knocking on doors in the Christmas season with a degree of success that surprised even him. Stewart displays classical English charm, with traditional reserve. His parents were both doctors, who could not heal themselves and chose instead to go their different ways very early in Stewart’s young life. Perhaps it was then that he first picked up the theatrical masks of comedy and tragedy, hiding his true feelings politely in the process? He was sent away to boarding  school, where he first trod the boards and got a taste for the ‘smell of the greasepaint and the roar of the crowd’. But where he really excelled was on the rugby field. Despite a serious knee injury aged 14, Stewart became Captain of Wellington’s first XV and dreamed daily of playing for England. He was definitely on track when he was selected for an England under 18 trial - but his hopes were shattered by a recurrence of his earlier injury. The possibility of playing professional rugby was kicked savagely into the longest grass. Stewart was left in the lonely field of the eternal subjunctive: the might- have-been. Aged 19, footloose and fiancée free, Stewart found his way to Kathmandu, enjoying the excesses of gap-year-style freedom before committing to three years at Drama School back in London. He never stopped watching top quality rugby or loving it - but acting became his new passion. In those early years, Stewart ran through Agents and girlfriends like a precocious child running through newly mown hay. By his own admission, his twenties and most of his thirties were mainly completely out of balance, addictive even. Yet as you can see from his Wikipedia page, they were also full of professional success - particularly in TV and on film, including now a new Bollywood biopic on Rugby as Paul Walsh and numerous new creative projects. For Stewart, his new and better-balanced life only really began at 40, when he got married to Celia and started his own family. The wild child, wounded by his own parents’ divorce, was determined to create a secure, stable and loving environment for his wife and their two young sons. Meaningful creative work remains enormously important to this recently rebalanced individual - but family is now infinitely more important. Check him out. He remains highly competitive…Stewart Wright may once have been a headache - but he never was a bore!www.stewartwright.net
Please welcome Bristol Broadcasting legend, new talent champion and curator of the "Upload Festival" Adam Crowther to The Good Listening To Podcast: The Story Behind Your Story Show! Adam Crowther presents BBC Upload 7-10pm every weekday on BBC Radio Bristol - which he’s presented since October 2018.He has worked as a broadcaster and presenter across live events and radio as well as live streams and videos for BBC iPlayer.  Adam has spent most of his presenting career championing, encouraging and celebrating new talent - from musicians to writers, comedians and bloggers, Adam loves celebrating talent.Adam is also an award winning social media expert. He’s managed social media brand accounts for the BBC (BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Breakfast and BBC Introducing in Shropshire) as well as a children’s charity in Birmingham. Adam has also created content for BBC Two and BBC masterbrand instagram accounts, covering premiers of Peaky Blinders and Blue Planet II.“ Today you are youThat is truer than trueThere is no one alive Who is you-er than you.”  The one and only Adam Crowther is inspired by these simple words from Dr Seuss. The choice reveals a lot about the broadcaster and his 24 carat authenticity. He appreciates honesty, expressed in accessible language. He is not 'hoity-toity' and has never wanted to be either. OK, he was cheeky in school. Yes, he sang in a band. And yes at 16, he was chosen to show the Prime Minister - Tony Blair! - around his school. On request, he even made the PM a cup of tea, under strict security supervision. After university in Aberystwyth, where he studied Drama, Adam became a Youth Worker and grew into becoming a pioneering broadcaster with BBC Bristol via BBC Radio WM In Birmingham. And this, despite underselling himself relentlessly at his first interview. Adam learned his lesson quickly and by way of reference, quotes Ray Charles’s mother in the biopic: “ I tell you once. I help you if you get it wrong. After that, you’re on your own.“ Adam was allowed that second chance and made the most of it. He pioneered a new take on Social Media strategy and execution for the BBC. He co-created Upload. Over time he has become less shy about banging his own drum - without becoming a secret narcissist. He readily acknowledges the benign influences of his parents, teachers and professional role models. Adam replaced his self-doubt/can’t-do stance with a more positive 'can-do' model. He is still only 30 something, now confident enough to be who he is - never happier than when helping others to thrive and shine. To discover their own voices! Adam confesses he is a perfectionist. He appreciates originality and has no time for the ‘near enough is good enough’ approach. He knows he has been very lucky and now wants to help create similar luck for others. Adam recently identified himself as bisexual. It is a simple matter of fact. He knows he is a consummate professional, not a drama queen. This lively conversation will convince you of that, right from the start. 
Welcome to the Clearing for a special "Leadership Reflections" Episode,  the wonderful 6’ 5 Scottish man-mountain of entrepreneurial flair & generosity and a truly 'Great Scot': Russell Dalgleish  😊  Chair & Co-Founder of the Scottish Business Network.Russell's lifelong, blazing 🔥 passion is helping other people to succeed in business and in his high-achieving career he’s helped thousands of them. Could YOU be next?Russell Dalglish is a Scottish serial entrepreneur and network builder extraordinaire. So if you need help in your business too, then do not miss this show!Many generations of entrepreneurs, directors, business managers and executives of all shapes and sizes have hugely benefited from his extensive business wisdom and proven track record of success.What Russell says about himself:The first thing people notice about me is ‘me’ because I'm a unique character and a natural performer who’s happy to speak up for what I believe (the fact I'm 6’ 5” and Scottish helps too). My true passion, my “why”, is to help others to succeed. The career I have followed has allowed me to develop a truly global mindset, an inner capacity to “do the right thing” and resilience which has allowed me to accept both success and failure as simply milestones on my journey.I know how challenging it can be to lead, how lonely it can sometimes feel and how important it is to ask for help. I also know how difficult it can be to reach out and admit we can’t do everything. Don’t worry you’re not alone, we’ve all felt this way.I have been fortunate to experience success in my career and recently was listed as one of the top 100 most influential entrepreneurs in the UK (No. 67) https://bit.ly/2OiscPc.If you are unsure if I can help you then please drop me a note at russell@exolta.com and let’s schedule a call. More about Russell:Consciously committed to helping others, by any measure, Russell Dalgleish is a great Scot. 6’5” in his tartan socks, Russell can trace his family back well over 400 years! (Ancestry, eat your heart out.) Russell is an extraordinary Scottish success, both personally and professionally. He believes in the big vision. Why else would he be the pioneer investor in an award-winning feature film, no fewer than 9 years in the making?Clearly patient, this is an honest, entrepreneurial family man, driven by the power of purpose. ‘Have laptop, will travel’ Russell is an international digital nomad who has helped develop a global network of Scots, which is now over 10,000 strong, in no fewer than 76 different countries. A decent human being, he is an unashamed technophile, who is willing to present his ideas on Zoom after midnight to connect with people at a convenient time for them in Chicago. But he is definitely not a ‘Work comes first” automaton. On the contrary, here is a straight-talking character, whose key words to live by are ‘Family first’ and are proved by his actions. Witness the fact that Russell married his first great love from college days and remains with her to this day, one day at a time, the best part of 40 years later - with three sons to their credit. A great Scot, an economical yet inspirational communicator, whose every word is well worth listening to: an opportunity not to be missed!Reg Starkey Health Triangle MagazineThe Good Listening To Podcast is hosted on Buzzsprout with its own weekly show on UK HEALTH RADIO NETWORK LIMITED with an audience reach of 1.2 million.'Leadership Reflections' is where I wrap an episode of the podcast, with its strong and established Storytelling construct, around you as a Leader, to uncover your 'leadership-lessons-learned-along-the-way'.DM me if you’d like to be in the Show
Comedy Double Act Beauties Howard Coggins & Stu McLouglin from "Living Spit" Musical Theatre Company, here to "dissect their frog" on their wonderful anarchic comedy method and madness!The warmth between the 2 is palpable and their comedy magic together a work of collective comedy genius. Howard & Stu work with a creative crack team of 5 to generate their magic together and are based in Clevedon at their home venue (which is also delightfully their "Clearing")  which they also co-founded, "The Clevedon Theatre Shop" This is their story on what has shaped them in the crafting of their impressive canon of 17 hilarious comedy musical theatre Shows to date as "Living Spit". "Living Spit" so called because Howard is - as Stu discovered much to his delight on a day trip to  Hever Castle - a "Living Spit" of Henry V111.  Stu got straight on the phone to Howard - and the rest - as they say, is comedy history!Enjoy!More about Living Spit:Introducing an extraordinary couple of colourful characters from the West Country, the frontmen of their own theatre company, called mysteriously “Living Spit’. Not so mysterious when you learn that Stu saw a picture of Henry VIII at Hever Castle, which struck him as the spitting image of his friend, Howard. On the strength of this striking physical similarity, the two friends decided to create their own lighthearted musical comedy about Henry and his various wives. Howard was a shoe-in for Henry. Stu was happy to play the wives. Musicians in their teens, actors in their twenties, the two thespians created Living Spit - as if inspired by the Bob Dylan song ‘Don’t think twice, it’s alright.’ Now their company has 5 key people, including their own ‘third man’, producer / director Craig Edwards. Over ten years later, Living Spit has over 17 different original comedies to its credit and two or three more live ideas in the pipeline. These days the shows are more comedy than history. They always involve original music. The founders are now related by marriage, but not to each other. Brothers-in-law, they happily share family occasions as well as gruelling professional tours. In the pandemic, they played on camera- or rather six cameras - to an empty house at the Bristol Old Vic. This was a breeze compared with one unhappy night in Runcorn - so disappointing that they vowed never to return. And they never have. Instead, Howard and Stuart do their own thing, in their own way, then turn to Craig to help them make it work. Allowing a mere three weeks for rehearsals, they’re ready to go public with it. The audience is the only thing that matters to Living Spit: their laughter, their delight, their satisfaction. Our heroes are happy to be the best in the West. They don’t need to prove they’re the best in the world - even though they may be. They certainly have a better work/life balance than most people in show business. It’s time to meet the original founders of Living Spit. Listen, it will certainly raise a smile or two. Listen, you might learn something!Reg Starkey - Editor UK Health Triangle Magazine 
Welcome to the Clearing: Actor, Director and one the original founding members (alongside his brother Mark) of "The Medieval Players" Carl Heap!"Finding the method in Medieval Theatres"  The Guardian"The Medieval Players" were a pioneering British touring theatre company in the 1980's & 90's renowned and lauded for restoring a delicious vocabulary and experience of Medieval performance for us all, by re-introducing us to a different kind of Actor: An ensemble that is completely at ease talking directly to an audience and not hidden in the dark:"If the audience is sharing daylight with the Actors it seems rather rude to ignore them!"Indeed I had my 1st ever professional touring experience with The Medieval Players in a production called "Courage" in 1989 (as party of a 10 month tour) very shortly after graduating from The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.Renowned Theatre Director Emma Rice said of The Medieval Players: "Gasp makingly cheeky,  so bloody funny, so bloody skilled!" as she witnessed the all juggling, all fire-breathing, all stilt walking Medieval Minstrelsy as one of her very formative theatre experiences.Carl now writes, continues to act and direct as Artistic Director of Theatre Company, "Beggars Belief" (see what he's doing there?!) and he also sings on an epic scale with The Crouch End Festival Chorus.
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