E09 - Still Here, a summer solstice special, explores how we mark and value the passing of time. Tiger Lily has a chat with her father, Nick Manasseh, a musician, producer and DJ, about creativity, parenthood and changing seasons.
The myths that bind us. The podcast is back after a month off with some musings on mythology, psychology, and a conversation about mental health, mindfulness and music with rapper and musician, Dizraeli.
E07, In Between, explores the transitions happening inside and outside as we pass the Spring equinox & mark one year in lockdown. I discuss paths through creativity, womanhood & mental health with singer, music industry counsellor and mother, D
In E06 we're musing over what love is, like Biophilia (love of nature), about which I talk to leading sustainable architect and interior designer, Oliver Heath, after digging into some of the layers that have built on beliefs about love over th
In E05, ‘Up Hill’, we ask what it means to take care of ourselves inside & outside this January - a month traditionally associated with new resolutions & regimes. We talk to yoga teacher Elle Daniels & hear a poem by Theresa Giffard, ‘Self Port
The last episode of the year, E04 looks back on 2020 & forwards to 2021, exploring what winter solstice celebrations might mean across time, place & purpose, & reflecting on the challenges & learnings from this year with writer, speaker, entrep
In episode 3 of the Balance Garden podcast, Coming Home, explores ideas around migration, home and the crossroads in between. We’re chatting with award-winning wildlife film-maker, Nina Constable, about how she came to work with the first beave
In episode 2 of the Balance Garden podcast, Blue moon, we explore the passing of time and days of the dead that are celebrated around the world this month, against the backdrop of a blue moon. We hear the story of Skeleton Woman, as told by the
Welcome to the first episode of the Balance Garden podcast! The podcast arrives with the equinox, as we ask what the transition between summer and winter might mean outside, on the land and in our communities, and inside, for us individually an
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