Helping children overcome worry and mental health challenges (with Liam Kelly)
SHIFT with Elena Agar
In this episode of SHIFT- Getting out of your comfort zone! - I sit down with Liam Kelly - author and creator of the Worried William Project. We discuss his own journey of struggles as a kid, including depression and other mental health challenges, he is now on a mission, with rare emotional honesty and authenticity, to sharing his personal experiences through his books to raise the awareness of mental health to make sure that fewer children suffer in silence. About Liam Kelly: The creator of the Worried William Project and a newly released series of books, Liam Kelly is a primary school teacher and head of year 5 at Diyafah International School. His books will cover a range of contemporaneous mental health topics. He is represented by the multinational publishing house Austin Macauley. Liam is a thought leader in children's mental health, and he's currently available to speak at events that can be tailored to humans of all ages. You can find his books here: https://austinmacauley.ae/books/worried-williams-hidden-words/ About your host: Elena Agaragimova is the co-founder of Bessern (https://www.bessern.co/) 👉 We help people in corporations 🧑💼 to be more resilient and equipped with the skills that matters to thrive and be at their best at work. Bloom Youth (https://www.bessern.co/bloom-youth) 👉 We help students 🧑🎓 to get prepared for the future of work through our Bloom Youth Bootcamps - Bloom Youth is the first MENA Future of Education platform made for students to accelerate their talents. Learn more about Elena: https://linktr.ee/ElenaAgar Connect with Elena on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elenaagaragimova/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/elenaagaragi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elenaagaragimova/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elenaagaragimova YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX-tUIvseCy5SKgzkZuXv7Q?view_as=subscriber
In Episode 2, the lads are joined by Liam kelly, Celtic historian & author. Liam enthrals the lads with his stories of Celtic from the founding fathers right up to the present day, whilst also discussing the links between Celtic and Ireland. Liam is a wealth of knowledge and his books are a must have for any Celtic fan. His books can be found at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Liam-Kelly/e/B081T6RN6D?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1618360356&sr=1-1or by checking Liam on Twitter @cfcliamk96 and we highly recommend you check out his podcast, the Celtic history podcast
Liam Kelly (Dervish) Special - Episode 33 - Arts North West
This week’s show is a special on Liam Kelly, flute player extraordinaire with Dervish. Includes tunes from his album Sweetwood and Dervish’s collaboration with David Gray.All Podcasts can be found on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Soundcloud or wherever you find your podcasts. Just search OceanFmIreland.To contact the show or for previous episodes see www.oceanfm.ie/artsArts North West is a weekly, magazine arts show that covers everything creative in the region. Featuring the best of music, theatre, storytelling, with the best of talent from Sligo, North Leitrim & South Donegal. Produced and Recorded in The Glens Arts Centre, Manorhamilton. It is supported by Pobal, The Arts Council & Leitrim County Council.Presented by Glens Artistic Director, Brendan Murray, it aims to afford artists of all disciplines the opportunity to engage with the community during this lockdown season.
#7 People Watching by Liam Kelly - performed by Steffan Rhodri
The Painkiller Podcast
People Watching by Liam Kelly"Gaze upon this non-entity dragging his feet past HMV. F**king odourless fart. Utterly unremarkable. All the charisma of a deflated colostomy bag. Take a good gander because you’re looking at the future Prime Minister."John Bull likes to watch people. He sees everything: every dirty little secret and every skeleton in the closet. People make assumptions about him, but if they knew what he knew, they might think again.People Watching is a caustic comedy that asks what we can ever hope to know about the people we pass on the street - and what they might know about us. People Watching was written by Liam Kelly. It was performed by Steffan Rhodri. It was Directed by Hew Rous-Eyre and Sound Designed by Piers Sherwood Roberts.Bitter Pill are committed to producing new writing until theatres in the UK reopen. Through The Painkiller Project, we’re open for submissions once a month and are producing two plays from each submission window.If you enjoy the play you’re about to hear and you’d like to support the continuation of the project, you can make a one-off donation through PayPal.me - https://www.paypal.me/bitterpilltheatreOr, you can become a patron to the project through Patreon. This allows you to make a donation that would be repeated each time a new winning play is released, fortnightly - http://patreon.com/bitterpilltheatreIt would mean the world to us and allow us to make more work.To find out more about Bitter Pill or to subscribe to our mailing list for more news about The Painkiller Project - https://www.bitterpilltheatre.com/
Don't miss another Sky Blues Extra podcast special as we speak to Coventry City captain and midfielder Liam Kelly. We discuss his career so far including how he got his first professional contract at MK Dons, his move to Bristol City Oldham, Leyton Orient and finally to the sky blues. He speaks about Notts County in the play-offs, the final at Wembley and the title-winning season. Kelly talks about looking forward to life in the Championship and his verdict on City's latest recruits including Gustavo Hamer. Lets all sing together....
Episode 10 is with Coventry Captain - Liam Kelly. I had the chance to sit down with Liam for a couple of hours last June on the UEFA A Licence to talk life & the beautiful game, we were also joined in a short cameo by his former team mate Marc McNulty who was at the hotel with the Scotland Squad, we couldn't share the who conversation for obvious reasons. We chat about his first memories before diving into him turning pro as a teenager. His move to Scotland to join Kilmarnock & played with Scotlands 21s. To Bristol City, where he suffered a horrendous ACL injury & then finding his feet again. The turbulence of Leyton Orient to the highs of a new challenge at Coventry City. We also touch on family, music and coaching. Which could be the next step for him once he hangs up the boots but there a few years left in the legs yet. Sit back, get a coffee and enjoy. Bye Now
A Conversation on America (ft. Gurish Sharma & Liam Kelly)
This special episode is a perspective into how some highschool seniors view the current state of our country. These are all opinions and we, as Elitist International, do not take one side or the other. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app