How To Cope With Bereavement - In Conversaion With: Cariad Lloyd
In Conversation With… Cariad LloydThis week, Georgie Coleridge Cole is joined by Laura Black and comedian, actor and writer Cariad Lloyd. After coming to terms with the death of her father when she was just 15, Cariad now hosts the popular podcast Griefcast where she interviews people from all walks of life about grief and what it means to lose a loved one. In this episode, Laura and Georgie share their personal experiences of bereavement, and how they coped during difficult times. Plus, they share useful resources available to those who are grieving, and advice on how to help loved ones dealing with loss. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Actor, comedian and broadcaster Stephen Mangan presents a new comedy chat show about shame and guilt.Each week, Stephen invites a different guest into his virtual confessional box to make three confessions - with remarkable storytelling and surprising insights.We’re used to hearing celebrity interviews where stars are persuaded to show off about their achievements. Stephen's not interested in that. He doesn’t want to know about his guests' proudest moments, he wants to know what they’re ashamed of. That’s surely the way to find out what really makes a person tick.Stephen and his guest reflect with empathy and humour on why we get embarrassed, where our shame thresholds should be, and the value of guilt.Series guests include Joan Bakewell, Clarke Peters, Phil Wang, Dr Phil Hammond and more.In this first episode, he takes the confession of the award winning improvisational comedian, actor and presenter of Griefcast, Cariad Lloyd.Written and presented by Stephen ManganWith extra material by Nick DoodyProduced by Dave Anderson and Frank StirlingA 7digital production for BBC Radio 4
Due to the passing of HRH Prince Phillip, Harriet reflects on the notion of grief with Cariad Lloyd.Cariad is the creator and host of Griefcast, a podcast where she tries to break down our fear of talking about death, and even if we’re allowed to laugh about it. Cariad saw the interest in Greifcast rise and it has continued to do so since she had this chat with Harriet back in 2019. Also in this episode, how do we set those boundaries between work and home life? Especially when the line is so blurry right now. Then Harriet responds to a listener who got a new puppy at the start of lockdown, but fears that they might have made a mistake now that life is slowly getting back to normal.Presenter: Harriet Minter - @HarrietMinterGuest: Cariad Lloyd - @ladycariad To have Harriet help with your listener dilemma, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Griefcast by Cariad LloydWFH (Working From Home), by Harriet MinterSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week I'm talking to Cariad Lloyd, actor, comedian, writer, podcaster and mum of two. I hope you'll agree that this is a really positive and uplifting chat, even though we are talking about death. Cariad lost her Dad when she was 16 and we talk about how that has affected her through her life, including when she became a mum. In the last 4 years she has spoken to over a hundred people about their own experiences of losing loved ones, in her popular podcast, Griefcast, which she launched just as she became a mum herself.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Neither “Tom!” nor “Ben!” want to make the bed… so Matthew says we’re gonna have to have a Flatshare Slamdown!With Angela Barnes and Cariad LloydCariad Lloyd - https://twitter.com/ladycariadAngela Barnes - twitter.com/AngelaBarnesDon't forget: on March 25th at 8pm GMT we are holding an online Flatshare Slamdown with guests Suzi Ruffell (Live at the Apollo) and Rachel Parris (The Mash Report). Tickets are £5 (free for NHS) - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pappys-flatshare-slamdown-w-suzi-ruffell-and-rachel-parris-tickets-141659446217Pappy’s - https://twitter.com/pappystweetSupport us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/pappysflatshareEdited by Emma CorshamSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jon Richardson and the Futurenauts - How To Survive The Future
S2 - EP9: The Future of Death with Cariad LloydJoining us this episode is the brillaint comedian, actor and writer Cariad Lloyd (who also hosts the award-winning Griefcast) the team explore the ultimate future that awaits us all in a strangely uplifting episode about The Great Leveller. From alternative funerals to the transhumanist project to cheat death altogether take a romp through the reasons why we don’t talk about it, why we should and why it may not be as bad as you think it is.We hope you enjoy. Please rate and review. Thanks,Jon, Ed, and Mark. Get in touch with the show;Hello@jonandthefuturenauts.comTWITTER: @JANDTHEF A 'Keep it Light Media' ProductionAll advertising, sale and PR enquiries: email@example.com
Today's guest is Cariad Lloyd, comedian, actor, writer and creator of award-winning podcast, Griefcast. In this episode Cariad and Pragya talk about taking the first steps to talking about race with young children.They also discuss unlearning our own biases as a parent and the lack of diverse representation in children's books and films. This episode also includes some brilliant recommendations for books that do reflect the world our children live in. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It’s been a year where many of us have lost a loved one. How do you deal with grief, or start to talk about it? Griefcast’s Cariad Lloyd joins Adam to guide us through.Meanwhile, James drops by with new tier rumours, vaccine news, and the truth about whether Russians are being asked to choose their shots.Studio director: Emma CroweProducers: Georgia Coan, Ben WeiszOutput Editor: Rick KelseyEditor: Dino Sofos
On this week’s episode of Honestly, Clemmie chats with the witty and wonderful Cariad Lloyd - host of Griefcast and comedian. Since losing her father in her teens Cariad has been opening up the conversation around loss, speaking with people of all experiences on her podcast about grief. A no doubt difficult subject to tackle, Cariad and Clemmie talk about it in an ever open and honest way.
Cuddle Clubbing this week is comedian, actor, improviser, writer, and host of the award-winning Griefcast Podcast – it's Cariad 'Carry Head' Lloyd.Follow Cariad on Twitter: @ladycariad and Instagram: @cariadlloydListen to Griefcast here.Follow Cuddle Club on Twitter and Instagram: @CuddleClubPodRecorded by Ben Williams and edited by Naomi Parnell for Plosive Productions.Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design). Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/cuddleclub.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.