Jazz Thornton – The Girl On The Bridge

Mel Fry

Today we are speaking with an amazing young lady, Jazz Thornton. Having overcome childhood abuse and 14 suicide attempts, Jazz Thornton has now dedicated her life to speaking hope and creating change in the area of mental health. She grew up in Timaru, New Zealand, moving to Auckland when she was 16. She struggled with mental health for as long … Read More

Episode 1233: Kate Miller-Heidke – This is Not Forever

Mel Fry

We have the pleasure of speaking with one of Australia’s most celebrated artists with a unique blend of indie-pop, folk and opera, Kate Miller-Heidke. You would have seen her in late 2019 at the Eurovision Song Contest with her song ‘Zero Gravity’ and she was also the first Australian artist to win the Marcel Bezençon Artistic Award (an award presented to the best artist as … Read More

Episode 306: The secret Lisa Winneke hid from her family and friends for 20 years

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Mentor, speaker and author Lisa Winneke walked around for twenty years with a secret. None of her friends or family clued into the fact that she was suffering from an eating disorder. In her book Dawn of Hope, Lisa shares her personal journey, and talks about the power of hope and how learning and practicing self-compassion, self-forgiveness and acceptance, can transform … Read More

Episode 253: Libby Trickett – Olympic highs and depressing lows; in the brain gym with Dr Jenny Brokis

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We fell in love with Olympic swimmer Libby Trickett in 2003 when she stormed the Australian swimming championships, then the World Championships in Barcelona. Her career includes 24 gold, 9 silver and 8 bronze medals, and 2 retirements. But it hasn’t always been smooth sailing for this sweetheart of the pool. As well as being a new mum, Libby is now … Read More