Joss Stone, is an English singer, songwriter, podcaster, and actress. She rose to fame with her multi-platinum debut album, The Soul Sessions, which made the 2004 Mercury Prize shortlist. Her second album, the similarly multi-platinum Mind Body & Soul, topped the UK Albums Chart. The Joss Stone Foundation supported more than 200 charities across the globe as Joss completed her Total World Tour in 2019. The primary aim was to help raise public awareness and support for these charities.
Author of The Psychobiotic Revolution Scott C. Anderson, joins Joss to chat all things gut microbiome. In an episode jam packed with mind blowing insights, you’ll find how the gut brain axis could be affecting many aspects of your life - from who you choose as a romantic partner, to whether you choose to succumb to that junk food craving.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
John Edward is a television personality, author and psychic medium, who’s best know for his show Crossing Over.He chats with Joss about energy, the ‘clairs’ and opening up to the idea of the unknown.   See for privacy and opt-out information.
He’s worked in some of the most war torn places on earth, and yet amongst this chaos he’s met the most positive and good humoured people. As a war photographer Paul Conroy was used to experiencing the horrors of conflict a daily basis. In 2012 he entered Syria with journalist Marie Colvin, where they were targeted with artillery by the Assad regime, which sadly Marie did not survive. Paul documented his experience in his book Under the Wire, which was made into a documentary under the same name, as well as a Hollywood movie. Paul’s unique perspective has the power to help us all to be more appreciative of what we have. A Fascinate Production   See for privacy and opt-out information.
Joss Stone sits down with Kyle Meredith to tell us all about her latest single, "Walk With Me", having the legendary Booker T Jones on it, and how it went from a love song to being more reflective of the world. The soul singer also talks about her love of collaboration, like writing with Mick Jagger in the supergroup Super Heavy, and what to expect from her new album, which she says is more songwriter based and inspired by Burt Bacharach. Stone also discusses her podcast A Cuppa Happy, why she picked the theme of happiness, and how fecal transplants could be some people’s answer to a happier life. Follow on Facebook  |  Podchaser  |  Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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