9/11 – 20 Years On – September 11th Remembered

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“9/11 – 20 Years On – September 11th Remembered” 

On the morning of September 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked four passenger jets. Two planes crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City and one plane each crashed into both towers of the Pentagon and a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000 people died that day with another 6,000 injured. This podcast remembers those who were lost on this anniversary of 9/11.

Lad Chat – Virtual Social#12 – Childhood Cancer Month, Sarah Harding, Argentina V Brazil

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In this episode the boys talk about the sad news of the passing of Sarah Harding from Cancer in what is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The lads are doing a press up challenge to raise awareness. They touch on Afghanistan and 9/11 before finishing with the crazy scenes at the start of the Brazil v Argentina football math when Brazilian Health Officials stormed the pitch. 

Ira Hughes Ep20 – Our daughters fight with Rhabdomysarcoma –

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In this week’s podcast the lads sit down with Ira Hughes. Ira shares his heartbreaking story through his daughters battle with Rhabdomysarcoma and how him and his family coped and battled through the loss. We have done a number of podcasts so far this year but this one touched me personally the most, Ira despite talking about what is clearly a grueling and harrowing recalling of this tragic time, i composed, well spoken and articulate. Honestly hats off to Ira,

 

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Afghanistan Mess “What was it all for?”

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In this episode the lads discuss the complete mess being made of the withdrawal from Afghanistan and ponder the question, what was it all for? 

 

1. What is Afghanistan
2. The mess left in Afghanistan
3. Why did the U.S leave
4. Where are we now
5. What can be done about it
6. Who is responsible for this problem and how do they feel about it    – what should be done to fix this problem and who should do it

Overcoming Addiction – Derek James John Ep18 “My dad just liked to party”

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Overcoming Addiction – in this episode we speak to Derek from Canada, wearing what can only be described as my favourite t-shirt a guest has worn! Derek details growing into a life of addiction and how a family BBQ changed his world, Derek describes his journey both onto and off drugs and alcohol. Great guy, we really enjoyed this chat and we hope you do too.

Ryan Semple Ep17 – “My dad always taught us, whatever you do, do it to your best”

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Ryan Semple – in this episode the lads were at Peterborough United’s training ground to interview former player turned coach Ryan Semple. Ryan talks about his journey through the Posh Academy, coaching for England and Manchester City and then back to the Academy where it all began. Ryan Details his journey into parenthood `and how lock downs had a positive effect on him and his family.

Dad Chat – Episode 16 – Ben Kershaw “your arm falls off people hug you, if your brain switches off nobody cares”

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This week we sat down and open up about depression with Ben Kershaw, Ben is the CEO of Golden Egg Group and he share with us his journey from being adopted as a child, living with Sickle Cell Anemia and the challenges that has on one’s mental health added that to the pressure of running a business with over 150 employees through the worst crisis in a century.

Ben is a stepfather to his current partners daughter whilst just finding out the news he is about to be a father for the first time himself.

Ben says that when your brain switches off (depression) then nobody cares, is he right?