Stuart Dunn Podcast Live!

Having grown up in Shrewsbury, Stuart’s dream as a teenager was to be a football commentator on his home town team. Now in his 40’s he has commentated on over 1,000 games for Shrewsbury Town on Radio Shropshire. He has seen them promoted, relegated and play at Wembley three times. In this podcast we talk all things football, of course, but also about how you make your teenage dreams come true.

It was great to talk to Stuart and, having had a career as a journalist and in radio, he has a natural ease in front of the microphone.

I learnt a lot from him in our conversation which you can download here:

https://anchor.fm/rose-courteen/episodes/Stuart-Dunn-e3g6mt

 

Zoe Bolton Podcast Live

I’ve known Zoe for pretty much all my life and she is now about to embark on an adventure spending a year in Africa working with a Christian organisation called Hands at Work.

There is so much to admire about Zoe and you will find her interview fascinating and enlightening. We talk about faith, university choices and how to deal with your parents splitting up. Zoe is only just out of her teenage years and into her early twenties but she is very wise.

To listen to this podcast, either log onto iTunes and search for Talking Teenage Life, or click on the link below:

https://anchor.fm/rose-courteen/episodes/Zoe-Bolton-e3c08c

Helen Piddock-Jones Podcast Live

So we are officially launched!

You can listen to the first ever Talking Teenage Life podcast which has gone live today. We talk to Helen Piddock-Jones who went from being a barrister to becoming the Phantom Flan Flinger on children’s TV programme, Tiswas.

Here’s the link for you to listen …

https://anchor.fm/rose-courteen/episodes/Helen-Piddock-Jones-e33o59

Introductory Podcast Launched!

Hi everyone!

Just to say that I’ve launched my first podcast, which is a bit of an explanation of what “Talking Teenage Life” is going to be all about, in case you didn’t know! It includes some clips from interviews I’ve already done – I’ve currently got four that I’m finishing editing and one that it uploaded and will be available from next Sunday – 3rd March.

Now although I’ve uploaded the podcast today I have to wait for the nice people at Apple and iTunes to approve my podcast before you can find it there. It will hopefully be available soon, so keep an eye out for it so you can then subscribe.

However, if you keen to hear it now, then you need to click on the link below to get a sneaky early preview:

https://anchor.fm/rose-courteen/episodes/Introductory-Episode-e39uhn/a-aas7od

Please do let me know what you think. I’d love to hear your feedback and, as it’s my first attempt, I am sure there are loads of things that I could improve on.

So here we go – let’s get talking teenage life!

Cathie Sabin

I owe Cathie a lot. She is the person that got me and my sister into tennis, a sport we love. I think I am really privileged to know her and she has an amazing story to tell.

After a career in teaching and a life in tennis, Cathie ended up becoming the first ever female President of the LTA. Her time in that role meant she was on court to present Andy Murray with one of his Wimbledon’s trophies, went to the Rio Olympics, and was there to receive the Davis Cup on behalf of Team GB.

It was great to talk to her about all that she has done and hear a little of her gentle wisdom on the lessons we can learn from her. I’m so delighted she agreed to do this and was one of my first podcast guests.

You can download our conversation here:

This podcast will be live on 14th April 2019

Stuart Dunn

Having grown up in Shrewsbury, Stuart’s dream as a teenager was to be a football commentator on his home town team. Now in his 40’s he has commentated on over 1,000 games for Shrewsbury Town on Radio Shropshire. He has seen them promoted, relegated and play at Wembley three times. In this podcast we talk all things football, of course, but also about how you make your teenage dreams come true.

It was great to talk to Stuart and, having had a career as a journalist and in radio, he has a natural ease in front of the microphone.

I learnt a lot from him in our conversation which you can download here:

This podcast will go live on 31st March 2019

Zoe Bolton

I’ve known Zoe for pretty much all my life and she is now about to embark on an adventure spending a year in Africa working with a Christian organisation called Hands at Work.

There is so much to admire about Zoe and you will find her interview fascinating and enlightening. We talk about faith, university choices and how to deal with your parents splitting up. Zoe is only just out of her teenage years and into her early twenties but she is very wise.

Enjoy our conversation here:

https://anchor.fm/rose-courteen/episodes/Zoe-Bolton-e3c08c