The boys are round Miles' house this week as they discuss childhood anxiety, when to talk to your children about depression and anxiety and the Watford vs Bournemouth game before the interlull. #mentalhealthawarenessday #mentalhealthawareness #manupmendocry The men's mental health video featured in this ep can be found here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6BOLx1vJ1Q
Talking nipple cripples, psychiatry and all the usual nonsense, the boys answer listener questions. Thank you to everyone who sent us something to talk about. We really appreciate it. If you have any questions for future episodes, get at us on twitter at @iyhayki or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Or go to our website here: www.happyandyouknowit.co.uk and send us a message through there. Or not... it's up to you...
Bringing you depression from Hollywood to Borehamwood, the boys have a guest all the way from LA. Josh Lou Friedmen is a 1st Assistant Director from Hollywood and is a very good friend of Ricky's. They talk about the old days, what it's like across the pond and how work can help you pretend you don't feel awful.
This week the boys introduce their very special guest, Richard Herring. Full of the usual waffle, the boys pick Richards brain on the subject we all love to hate. Richard can be found on www.richardherring.com and @Herring1967 on Twitter
This week the boys talk about dogs, ladders and festivals (held in honour of Miles' scrape with the french girl) This episode is not for the faint-hearted. In the wake of some recent heartbreaking suicides of some well-known faces, the boys address the subject head-on with their guest Stacy "The Hammer" Hayes. Stacy is tough. She's an MMA fighter - 8th in the world in the Welterweight division. But she's here to talk about her biggest fight - with depression(see what we did there...) They...
This episode is dedicated to the late great Antony Bourdain. The boys cook up some laughter and tears this week. Ricky shows the others his new diary, Milestries to get a job with Lonely Planet and this week's celebrity guest is Kevin Bishop.
This week, Ricky's step-father turns up, Miles slurs his words and the boys introduce their guest for the week, Christian Talbot. Christian is a stand-up comedian from Dublin, Northern Ireland. An Edinburgh stalwart, a veteran comedian, and a previous phone-in guest, Christian doesn't hold back on his view of meds, manners and "being homeless."
After missing a week due to busy-ness, Miles, Ricky and Sam discuss the effects of alcohol on our collective illness. Sam fesses up, Ricky talks about eating again and Miles DEFINITELY doesn't have a problem... www.drinkaware.co.uk
This week Miles bangs on about his 50th, Ricky is upset and Sam gives his microphone to Mark O'Sullivan, co-creator and star of Channel 4's Lee and Dean. They delve into Mark's past, his battle with the black dog and his coping mechanisms when working with Miles.
Miles and Sam scoff some cookies, Ricky starves and the boy's first special guest, Anna Morris (Mrs. Bryce-De Souza from Lee and Dean) talks about performing with anxiety, her first experience with antidepressants and how she deals with the nagging thoughts. You can find the brilliant Anna Morris here: www.annamorris.co.uk @annamorriscomic
In episode 6 of our depression podcast, Miles' obsession with Robbie Williams is revealed, Ricky phones fellow comedian Christian Talbot and Sam turns the heat up. Literally. The BBC article is here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-43143889 The wonderful Christian Talbot can be found here @TheTall_Bot on twitter
Thing's get really depressing this week when Ricky mistakenly outs his mate, "Three non Blonde's" star Ninia Benjamin... And anyone who seen Ninia's stand up knows she doesn't take any prisoners! In this weeks talk about depression, expect prozac, kettle chips and cold turkey.