In The Longest Battle Emma Martins chats with people who have gone through a similar life changing situation to her own when Emma caught a virus in 2013 which completely changed her life for ever. The virus that Emma caught in Vietnam caused a brain aneurysm which in turn has severely affected Emma’s eyesight. In today's The Longest Battle Emma is chatting with Trisha Goddard, who is best known for her mid-morning TV chat show ‘Trisha’ which first aired on ITV before moving to Channel 5. In The Longest battle with Trisha, we will hear about Trisha’s early TV career, coming runner up in a BBC Young Film Maker of the Year Award with Nick Park of Wallace and Gromit fame, battling with breast cancer in 2008 while still presenting and hosting ‘Trisha’, dealing with depression and her own ways of coping with mental health issues through running. Finding out that she was adopted and searching for her birth father, working with MIND the mental health charity and dealing with anxiety. If you would like to know more about how Emma has coped with her own longest battle, do visit Emma's website https://www.thelongestbattle.co.uk(Image shows RNIB logo. 'RNIB' written in black capital letters over a white background and underlined with a bold pink line, with the words 'See differently' underneath)
Electing to home school. Trisha Goddard on the power of Oprah.
As Children return to school across the UK an increasing number of parents are choosing to educate their children at home on a permanent basis. Many have enjoyed home schooling their kids during Covid and see it as an opportunity to explore a new way of learning. Critics however are concerned that it’s unregulated. We hear from Gail Tolley from the Association of Directors of Children's Services and to Hannah Titley from the Home Schooling Association. Trisha Goddard who had her own UK day time talk show for over a decade on why Oprah is the Queen of confessional TV interviews. Plus Stephanie Guerilus, senior editor and staff writer at the Grio, an American website with news and video content geared toward African Americans, tells us how the interview gone down with the American audienceFor over 20 years, Maria Cahill has stood by her claims that she was raped by a member of the IRA when she was 16, and was retraumatised when the issue was handled by a IRA kangaroo court. But a few days ago The Guardian newspaper issued an apology to her regarding a controversial article published in 2014. The journalist? Roy Greenslade, who used to write for The Guardian and later became a lecturer in journalism and ethics. Two weeks ago he disclosed that he was a supporter of the IRA and a member of Sinn Fein - a revelation that has caused major ripples, even prompting comment from the Prime Minister In that article from 2014, he criticised the BBC documentary which revealed Mairia's story for failing to include the fact that she belonged to an anti-Sinn Fein political party at one time. She tells Emma why she thinks the article and his recent disclosure of his political affiliations which were hidden at the time - undermine what she'd been through as a survivor of a rape, continuing to add insult to injury.Presenter Emma BarnettProducer Beverley Purcell
Over the course of this series Fat Tony will explore many different facets of recovery as he is joined by some very special guests. On this episode we talk to BAFTA award winning presenter Trisha Goddard as we explore her personal story of recovery from cancer, racism and so much more.Proudly supported by INNERJIinnerjidrink.comFollow Fat Tony onInstagram: http://bit.ly/3aRZPj1Facebook: http://bit.ly/38NdyGzTwitter: http://bit.ly/3aVPtPpYoutube: http://bit.ly/2w3Eapq
EPISODE N.23: TRISHA GODDARD. DATING AND LOVE AFTER 60
UNLEASHED. The Game Changers
Tricia Goddard is a television presenter and journalist best known for her morning BAFTA-winning talk show ‘Trisha’, broadcasted on ITV and then Channel 5, that was one of the most popular daytime telly programmes in the UK for quite a long time. Trisha was the first black woman to front a TV show in 1987 in Australia and she had to face a lot of racism because of that. She recently appeared on Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On The Side and Dancing on Ice, learning to ice-skating at 64! Trisha is a breast cancer survivor and she went through three difficult divorces. Listen to her brilliant interview where she talks about some horror dating stories and her new life with her secret American boyfriend. Trisha is a force of nature, who never stops learning and experiencing new things, always with a smile on her face. Leave a comment, share with your friends and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE! The post EPISODE N.23: TRISHA GODDARD. DATING AND LOVE AFTER 60 appeared first on Paola Diana.
Ep 13 with Trisha Goddard: TV presenter & mental health activist
TV Presenter | Producer | Mental Health Activist You can also watch this episode on Youtube where English, Italian and Spanish subtitles are available or visit the Metralla Rosa website for more details. Trisha Goddard is a queen and legend of international TV. Her career began in Australia where she quickly became the country’s first black TV presenter, though not without having to face the racial discrimination that came with this well-deserved professional breakthrough. She began her first major international on screen venture in the UK in 1998 and has since worked on many successful shows, both as a producer and presenter. Trisha now works between the United States, the United Kingdom and, occasionally, Australia. A journalist, producer, radio and TV presenter, long-distance runner and mother, Trisha worked with Nelson Mandela shortly after giving birth to the eldest of her two daughters. She has published several books, one of them the autobiography As I Am. She survived aggressive breast cancer and has always been a vocal advocate for outreach programmes that support anxiety, depression and other disorders associated with the mind and nervous system, in order to help fight the stigma that is still attached to mental illness. Trisha is especially known for her work as a Talk Show host and producer and as soon as you start talking to her you can see exactly why she has been so successful in dealing on all levels with people’s traumas and conflicts. She is an accessible, open, spontaneous and thoughtful woman who immediately establishes empathy with whoever she is with. She also has the gift of easily stepping into another’s shoes, due to a lifetime of having to deal with her own extreme ups and downs. It was not only a great pleasure to have the opportunity to talk to Trisha Goddard about her personal life and her impressive, multifaceted career, but it also confirmed to us that true stars always share their light without their brightness dimming. And now, enjoy the interview! _____________________ This episode of Metralla Rosa is dedicated to Linda [a.k.a. Winnie] Goddard (1961-1988) and Anne Deveson (1930-2016)_____________________Related Links Wikipedia | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Books (Amazon) For further information about this interview, including links to anything mentioned by Trisha, or to continue reading this text in Spanish, English or Italian, visit the Metralla Rosa website. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/metrallarosa)
Welcome to Dane Baptiste Questions Everything, a podcast where comedian Dane Baptiste, producer Howard Cohen and a special guest take turns posing questions that just need answering.This is episode 48, our special guest is the legendary British broadcaster Trisha Goddard. We talked to Trisha about the worst places we've been, fear of flying and conversation in broadcasting. GET READY FOR TRISHA'S STORIES!Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and beyond. #questioneverything @DBQEPodcast Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/danebaptistequestionseverything.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Trisha Goddard is a chat-show legend, who has had her own shows in the UK and US. She is currently living in Connecticut and appears on various celebrity UK shows. I knew Trisha from working with her at ITV Anglia and she kindly agreed to talk to me for the podcast. She talks frankly about her breast cancer, breakdown, her own adoption, TV and family life.If you would like to donate to the Silverlining Charity it will be very much appreciated. All donations from this podcast will go towards Emma taking part in her next Goodwill Silverlining Mission to India. All donations are welcome, small or large we are grateful for your generosity and hope we shared awareness of an incredible brain injury charityTheme tune composed by Michelle de Jong.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"Just because no one has trodden in that snow, doesn't mean you can't be the first" - Trisha Goddard,This week's Badass Women's Hour extra bit is a special interview with broadcaster Trisha Goddard.Trisha is the daughter of a Windrush Generation nurse and had one of the biggest talk shows on UK television. Hear her incredible story of how she got there, what she's learned from her experience with Breast Cancer and what it was like to be the first black person on Australian TV. She is one true Badass.Emma Sexton is your host and is joined by Sun Columnist @bowelbabe Deborah James while Harriet Minter and Natalie Campbell have a well deserved break.If you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.comTo see just how much running Trisha does head here: https://www.instagram.com/therealtrishagoddard/You can read more of Deborah's work here: https://www.instagram.com/bowelbabe/?hl=enAnd of course your hosts Emma, Harriet and Natalie are in all the usual places Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-storyHarriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep 179: BAWH Talks Football with Trisha Goddard & Deborah James
Harriet Minter Presents: Badass Women’s Hour
Did you know that when the England football team play the rates of domestic violence goes up: win or lose? This week on Badass Women's Hour Emma Sexton is joined by broadcaster Trisha Goddard and the @bowellbabe Deborah James to discuss the affects of the England Quarter final win.They also celebrate the NHS and take up the debate whether there should be advertising about cosmetic surgery, particularly through programmes like Love Island. And entrepreneur Nimisha Brahmbatt talks about the spiritual mindset required to be successful in business. See nimishabrahmbatt.comHarriet Minter and Natalie Campbell are off this week, but you can find them in the usual places:Harriet Minter: http://harrietminter.comNatalie Campbell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natdcampbell/Emma Sexton: http://www.emmasexton.com/#my-storyIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.comSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.