Tascha von Uexkull and eating disorder recovery advocate Emily Bashforth discuss eating disorders and the impact of lockdown and social media. Emily offers inspiration and advice to those struggling and supporting them. This conversational podcast follows Tascha's article Eating disorders: when the most dangerous consumption is virtual …
With budding therapist John-Luke Harris we discuss controversial Jordan Peterson, delving into the ideas of Frankl, Jung, Solzhenitsyn and Nietzsche in an attempt to go beyond polarised headlines. This episode develops the ideas of two articles published on Adamah Media about Victor Frankl and his philosophy: Lessons for lockdown from a Holocaust survivor (Clare Cooper) and Frankl and his shadow (John-Luke Harris.)
Adamah discusses violence women face with Tamsin Tomlinson and Juliette Flach following the tragic murder of Sarah Everard and their subsequent articles 'Men, please do better' and 'Afraid of the dark'.
Joseph Evans sees the star which, tradition has it, guided the Wise Men to Jesus as an ancient form of the internet. And he argues that, two millennia on, the tale continues to be relevant for believers and unbelievers alike.
“I never know how it feels to be part of the majority.” Francesca Omon has spent her life facing discrimination, yet she has also experienced how human kindness can overcome all barriers and prejudice.
While the world looks away, atrocities committed by the Chinese Government grow ever more serious. Benedict Rogers asks listeners to confront the horrifying reality of life in modern day China for ethnic and religious minorities.
[ This is a podcast version of Ben Roger’s article “Crackdown in China: it’s time to end the silence on human rights atrocities”, published in Adamah Media on August 11. ]