This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, Carol Decker tells Chris about the making of new music from T’Pau including their latest single, “Be Wonderful.” We find out what Carol has been doing in recent years and how she and her kids produced a rather neat and quirky video for “Be Wonderful” while under COVID Shutdown.
Ep. 2. Stayin' Alive with Jesse Smith - Carol Decker
Stayin' Alive with Jesse Smith
Welcome to Episode #2 of Stayin' Alive with Jesse Smith; a podcast about how to stay afloat in the ever changing ocean that is the creative arts industry.Today’s guest is a pop-rock starlet and singing sensation! She has written some of the biggest hits of the 80s including Heart and Soul, Valentine and China in Your Hand. Her band TPau’s first album Bridge of Spies went quadruple platinum in the UK and they continue to tour and play festival shows to this day. Their brand new single ‘Be Wonderful’ along with a ‘lockdown video’ is OUT NOW so go and check that out after the pod.Speaking to me in-between gins and tonics from her home in Henley - today’s guest is the very brilliant - Carol Decker.T'Pau's brand new single Be Wonderful is available now here - https://www.gnatfishrecords.com/downloadlinksFor more info Carol & T'Pau - visit https://www.tpau.co.uk/Her Twitter here - @caroldeckerAnd Facebook here - https://www.facebook.com/TpauCarolDecker/PLEASE subscribe, share, tell your friends and leave us a 5 star review as it really helps more people find us.For more info on Jesse please visit www.jessesmithuk.comWe'd love to hear from you and you can get in touch with the show by emailing email@example.comThis was a Jesse Smith Production.Music by Neal X, Mark Garfield and Jesse Smith.If you'd like to help the podcast by making a donation please visit www.jessesmithuk.com and click DONATE. If you or your company would like to sponsor the show by placing an advertisement please get in touch here firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/stayin-alive-with-jesse-smith. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Political Columnist for The Times Rachel Sylvester kicks us off as we find out that Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds have had a baby. We also speak to Coordinator of National Coronavirus Testing Professor John Newton. Plus, we catch up with Carol Decker. And we find out about where chocolate comes from!See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
052 – Surviving Sepsis Unshattered with Carol Decker
Two Disabled Dudes
A theme for both this podcast and our lives is to live with urgency; to not be held back by whatever circumstances we find ourselves in.Nobody brings that to life more clearly than our guest this week, Carol Decker. During Carol’s second pregnancy, she was affected by sepsis, a blood infection. She had her baby seven weeks early as a result, and also lost both of her hands, most of her left leg, her eyesight, and she required skin grafts.Carol talks about how no matter what disability we face in each of our lives, we have to realize that we are still valued and needed. She herself came to realize this the first time she fed her young daughter; who didn’t understand anything about her mom’s disabilities, but still needed her mom.She was also reminded of her own value when her therapist told her that today they would make cookies with her daughters. Carol didn’t think she could do that because of her injuries, but that experience was a precious bonding time between her and her daughters.We want to thank Carol for joining us. You can find out more about Carol at https://www.caroljdecker.com/ and check out her book, Unshattered, here.
Losing it All to Gain Everything with Carol Decker
Success Through Failing's Podcast
You do not want to miss this incredible story. Seriously....you don't. Think about going in for an emergency to have your second child only to wake up with no legs, no hand, and no vision. Well, this was a reality for the incredibly beautiful Carol Decker. She shares her story and what she went through- but then sheds light on all of the miracles that happened as well. Carol is a hope giver- if she can accomplish all that she has after experiencing this incredible trial (and still continues), then it gives hope that we can too. Learn how she was able to learn how to not only walk but ski again too! How she wrote a book and is speaking on stages! This woman is unstoppable!!
Life After Blindness Spotlight Interview with Author Carol Decker
Life After Blindness
On this episode of the Life after Blindness Spotlight podcast, Tim speaks with motivational speaker and author of the book, “Unshattered: Overcoming Tragedy and Choosing a Beautiful Life“, Carol Decker. Ten years ago, Carol was rushed to the hospital when she was 33 weeks pregnant. She thought she had the flu but was actually suffering from Sepsis. She delivered her baby girl Sophia before being placed into a medically induced coma. Due to the complications from Sepsis, Carol had both of her feet, her left hand and right ring finger amputated. She also went blind. Listen as she tells Tim of her journey from playing with her brothers growing up, to snowboarding, softball and gymnastics, to the day her life was shattered. Or was it? Carol describes how she overcame her tragedy and chose a new beautiful life for herself. If you have questions or comments, please send your emails to: email@example.com The post Life After Blindness Spotlight Interview with Author Carol Decker appeared first on Life After Blindness.
Because of My Blindness with Author Carol Decker, Fitness with Marana Vradenburg, Twitter Image captions and Where I’ve Been
Life After Blindness
The Life After Blindness Podcast is back with your host Tim Schwartz! This week we hear from Carol Decker and her “Because of My Blindness” story. Carol is a triple amputee and is blind and is author of the book, “Unshattered: Overcoming Tragedy and Choosing a Beautiful Life.” Stay tuned to a future episode of the Life After Blindness Spotlight for a full interview with Carol. Next, Tim speaks with Marana Vradenburg who is a certified personal trainer and nutrition specialist. She discusses several ways to stick to your health and fitness goals. Then, Tim presents a new segment called Tim’s Tech Tips or T3 for short. In this first T3, Tim talks about how to activate the image caption setting within Twitter. Wrapping up the show this week, Tim explains what has kept him away from the podcast for so many months. He talks about the many health issues he has been dealing with. If you have any comments or questions, please send your emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org The post Because of My Blindness with Author Carol Decker, Fitness with Marana Vradenburg, Twitter Image captions and Where I’ve Been appeared first on Life After Blindness.