Michael and Mark talk to criminal barrister, Strictly quarterfinalist and TV judge Robert Rinder about godfathering, chasing scaffolders, and "getting to Blackpool".Follow menkind on Twitter and Instagram @menkindpodcast and Robert @RobbieRinderRecorded and edited by Victoria Payne and Lianne Coop for Impatient Productions. Artwork by Haiminh Le.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Challenging episode 7: The Power of Collaboration, Special introduction by Judge Robert Rinder
Challenging by Shelter
A special thank you to Judge Robert Rinder for introducing this episode.Read the full social cost-benefit analysis of the Lead Worker Peer Mentor service shltr.org.uk/ifjWelcome to Challenging, a podcast by Shelter reflecting on the ambitious and life-changing service run with Birmingham Changing Futures Together, that helped people with multiple and complex needs out of homelessness.In this episode, we're talking about the power of collaboration. During the four years the service ran, a lot of collaborative work took place; in the partnerships between Lead Workers and Peer Mentors, and between organisations.The partnerships meant life-changing results for people with Multiple and Complex Needs, but it also meant systemic change that would help even more people in the long term.If you’re enjoying this podcast, we’d be really grateful if you rated and reviewed it on your favourite podcatcher. Doing so helps ensure this is heard by even more supporters, and even more housing and support professionals, and that helps us in our mission to keep the work of the Lead Worker Peer Mentor service going.
This month on the podcast you will meet criminal barrister and television personality Robert Rinder, also known as Judge Rinder. He was called to the bar in 2001, working on numerous cases before specialising in international fraud, money laundering and other forms of financial crime. He has appeared on televison on many occasions, hosting both Judge Rinder and The Rob Rinder Verdict. Presented by barrister Sally Penni, founder and chair of Women in the Law UK.
#9 Robert Rinder on kissing boys as a teenager & how best to deal with homophobes
I'm Coming Out
Series 2 is here!!! Thanks to everyone for all your support and lovely messages for the first series. I have lots of new episodes coming in the next few weeks with guests such as Panti Bliss and Rory Cowan. But what better way to kick off the new run than with everyone's favourite no-nonsense, tough-talking TV judge Robert Rinder. Robert achieved a First Class Honours Degree in Politics and Modern History from the University of Manchester and was called to the bar at the tender age of 21. His TV career which followed has been a happy accident. Robert was writing crime drama scripts as a side hustle, when a fortuitous meeting with an ITV executive, led to him being cast as the judge on the UK version of the hit American series Judge Judy. Judge Rinder has of course gone on to become a huge hit and often averages 1 million viewers per episode, which for a daytime show is pretty brilliant. Robert has since appeared on Strictly, Who Do You Think You Are and had his own Friday night chat show on Channel 4. I met up with Robert a while back and we chatted about; his teenage crushes (all Scandinavian by the way!!!), what it’s like to be gay and Jewish, dealing with homophobia within the legal profession, why he has changed his mind about same-sex dancing partners on Strictly, his advice for those who are currently in the midst of the coming out process and lots of other things also!!! Instagram, Twitter, Facebook @imcomingoutpod
In this episode Dr Laura-Jane Foley meets the star of 'Strictly Come Dancing' and 'Judge Rinder' writer and barrister Robert Rinder. Robert chooses 'The Dog' by Spanish painter and printmaker Francisco Goya (1746 - 1828). Describing this haunting image as “profound and beautiful” Robert reveals a deeply emotional response to the artwork.To comment on the show please write to @laurajanefoley on Twitter and use the hashtag #MyFavouriteWorkOfArtPresented and produced by Dr Laura-Jane FoleyRecorded and edited at Wisebuddah, LondonTitle Music - 'Blue' from Colours by Dimitri ScarlatoSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.