Personalising Your Life

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Chrissie Sherwood of Injabulo.com photographed by Nick Fleming

Chrissie Sherwood set up Injabulo.com, which sells beautiful handmade buttons made by a women’s co-operative in South Africa, because she was so inspired to create a way by which we can all benefit from their creativity and in so doing they can create better lives for themselves.  It’s not just that her business is a great example of creative living; she’s creative too, not least in how she works from home.  Chrissie is doing much more than saving the world one button at a time, she’s giving back and receiving infinitely as a result.

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Quality of Life with Barry Albin OBE

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Barry Albin

Barry Albin OBE is the owner and Chairman of FA Albin & Sons, the world renowned Funeral Director and Undertakers with whom he’s been for over 45 years, since he was 13! He’s the author of several books and starred in the TV series Don’t Drop The Coffin and is, perhaps most importantly, a highly respected member of the Bermondsey community in South London.

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A Victorious Woman

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Prem Sri Kaur

What are your worries?  How do they affect your daily experience of life?  A true warrior is not one who retaliates but one who conquers her inner worrying nature and who has the strength to find stillness in difficult situations.

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Community Service with Simon Hughes MP

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Simon Hughes MP

What is the duty of a representative of a community? How do we resolve situations where interests collide? What is the role of transparency, checks and balances and how do we incorporate inclusiveness together with diversity?  What is the common unity that holds a community together? These important questions underlie all of the other issues we face in modern society.

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Crowning Glory with Alison Mortlock, Founder of Dilly Daydream

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Dilly Daydream Shower Cap

Alison Mortlock began experimenting with making showercaps as a creative time-out from raising her three small children. When she discovered the demand for her stylish product she realised the opportunity to regain her identity as a professional women without the guilt of having to leave her children in daycare.

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See the World with Jean Haines

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Jean Haines is an acclaimed watercolour painter with a unique approach to her craft. An artist’s role is to see beyond the mundane and into the subtle beauty of the world around us. We are all artists of our lives so join us as we explore the mind of an artist and discover the secrets to finding the subtle beauty in your world.

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Making It Out of the Herd

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When Kerry Bettinson left University with no idea what she wanted to do, she saw an opportunity in the herd of Alpaca her parents had reared as part of their idyllic country home. Now, at the age of 25, Kerry runs a successful business working with over 15 tonnes of wool each year, employing dozens of women in the UK and Peru and which leads the resurging trend of hand craftmanship, knitting and felting amongst modern youth.

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The Romance & Reality of Tea

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While still in university Daniel Abadi fell in love with the nostalgia of being a tea merchant. Rather than let the dream fade, Daniel made the leap of faith to found Topper’s Teas and now sources and sells ethically produced tea of incredible quality. In this episode he invites us to catch a rare glimpse of a business in it’s early stages and to learn from his creative solutions to overcome the hurdles…

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The Sweetness of Life

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Bees, beekeeping and honey are the backdrop to our lives appearing in literature from Virgil, who used them as an analogy to society, to Winnie-the-Pooh.  Around the world, they work together tirelessly and selflessly to produce sweetness for the good of their colony.  Along the way they fertilise crops resulting in 1/3 of the world’s food.  Tony Maggs invites us to peak into this fascinating world and shares his secret for producing what is without a doubt the best jar of honey I’ve ever eaten…

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Living Outside the Box

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Far from his retirement marking the end of his career, Craig Young began making paint boxes on special request for several top artists. He now uses the skills acquired over a lifetime to handcraft a beautiful bespoke product which has an ever growing wainting list. Hear his story about the simplicity of success when all the pieces fit together.

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The Revolutionary Cycle with Andrew Ritchie

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Brompton Bicycles are the iconic folding bicycle which have revolutionised transport options for tens of thousands worldwide.  Its inventor Andrew Ritchie has given us a personal transport solution, allowing us to rethink, vary and adapt our journeys so we are free and independent – we can choose where to go, when and how.

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Building Wonderful Foundations

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Sandi Rhys-Jones OBE is a passionate advocate for the construction and engineering industry, in particular the role of women therein, and feminine ones at that. With over thirty years experience in strategic marketing and management in the consultancy she co-founded with her husband, she brings a most common sense approach to what we all need to found our own lives on.

The Conscious Whey

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Randolph Hodgson is the owner of the award winning Neal’s Yard Dairy, champion of British Farmhouse Cheeses, and one of the pioneers in rejuvenating Borough Market. For almost 30 years Randolph has been at the forefront of changing how we appreciate the way our food is made and sold, and producing a culture of excellence by involving both the customer and the producer. He leads the way with his passion for quality, his dedication to raising the whole calibre of the food chain not only in the taste, but also in our responsibility for our agriculture and countryside, and his outstanding and inclusive approach to retailing.

The Sharing Evolution

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David Erdal leads the way in inspiring companies to belong to their employees. Sharing responsibility and ownership allows people to work together for the common good rather than one working for the other for the better benefit of one and the survival of the other. David, author of Local Heroes, which tracks the journey of a Scottish seafood company now owned by its employees, is passionate people breaking out of the Us v Them mentality and offers very pracitcal solutions for doing so.

Living Divinely

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Nick Fleming has spent the last 10 years photographing the daily lives of spiritual communiites, principally in Northern India. He’s integrated into them so that he becomes seen but not noticed, thus given him unique access, insights and experience. Nick photographs people in their glory and places in their majesty, in stark contrast to most photo-journalism we are exposed to today.

Wearing Responsibly

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Kath Whitworh, runs the award winning Celtic Sheepskin with her husband Nick. The Celtic Sheepskin Co began in the mid 1970′s as the original Ugg Co, making Ugg Boots and assorted leather goods. Since then, the company has steadily expanded to become one of the largest suppliers of sheepskin footwear and clothing in the UK and has been trading on-line for over a decade with customers from all around the globe. Celtic Sheepskin is an excellent example of how it is possible to produce excellent products, at reasonable prices, with a clear conscience.

Making Your Life Yours

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Christine Hassler, author of the book Twenty-Something Twenty-Everything, is a great example of someone who addressed what was not working in her life and set out to sort it out. She’s faced challenges and crises which have changed her approach to dealing with her own and others’ expectations for life and enjoying it.

Preparing for Change

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Nadia Narain, a highly successful international yoga teacher, runs the Pregnancy Teacher Training Programme at Triyoga, London’s premier yoga centre. Her expertise in preparing women for pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood has led many to enjoy the changes in their bodies as they get ready for the new role that they are taking on. She encourages people to become strong and build their self-confidence so that they feel secure and calm.

Beauty In Your Hands

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Linda Bloomfield is a potter who makes and sells the most beautiful porcelain tableware. She has fused Oriental influences and the Western tradion of pottery to create items which are not only aesthetically pleasing to both the oriental and western eye but are also functional and a joy to use daily. Her love for her craft sings through her work and brings joy not just to her as she makes it but to all who subsequently have the pleasure to use it.

Inspiring Direction with Sean Mathias

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Sean Mathias’s success in getting others to deliver the best possible performance has resulted in numerous awards for his role as a theatre and artistic director around the world. In this Regally Graceful™ Teleseminar we will explore how to take a creative vision and find direction within it, and then to follow through with inspiring others to join us on that journey.

Slow Food and Eating Well

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Lyndon Gee, a leading food influencer with 20 years in the food world, an active food campaigner and writer, shares with us the essentials of Slow Food and how to incorporate it into our daily lives. Lyndon shares his passion for improving people’s lives through improving their attitude to the food they eat.