Have you ever wondered what it must be like to earn your living covering war as an embedded correspondent or photographer? What happens psychologically to journalists and photographers who experience combat, without being combatants? We speak to neuropsychiatrist, Professor Anthony Feinstein, and UK-based filmmaker and photojournalist, James Brabazon, to find out. WARNING: Sensitive listeners might find this episode disturbing. In proud association with Adcock Ingram OTC Sponsors of Brave.

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When one thinks of those who struggle with eating disorders, the sufferer comes to mind. But what about their family – parents, siblings, spouses... those closest to them? How are they affected, and what role is there for them in the recovery process? This week our guests are Dr Felicity Marcus and Dr D (Dorianne Weil). In proud association with Adcock Ingram OTC Sponsors of Brave.

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Have you ever thought about the role your diet could play in promoting mental wellness? Is it possible to eat your way to better emotional health? On this episode, we delve into the emerging field of nutritional psychiatry with Professor Michael Berk and Tabitha Hume. In proud association with Adcock Ingram OTC Sponsors of Brave.

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Psychiatry is moving towards the possibility of therapeutic usage of what would currently be deemed illicit substances. In this episode, we speak to Prof David Nutt and Prof Christer Allgulander, about the emerging research and evidence for the use of psilocybin in the treatment of depression.

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How do we understand alcohol addiction and recovery? This week's guest, Dr David Webb, is a medical doctor who works as a rehabilitation counsellor - and he also shares his personal experience of alcohol abuse.

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Our special guest, Dr Shaquir Salduker, joins us in conversation on the topic of the importance of substance misuse, and how it impacts on mental wellness.

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Dr Allers and Dr Pillay join us to discuss the importance of understanding the significance of pain as an issue for your emotional well-being.

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Dr Alan Howard and a patient join us to chat about Ketamine, and its emerging place as a treatment in psychiatry for depression.

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Prof Dan Stein joins us to discuss the human condition and human suffering we all experience, drawing from his most recently published book, ‘Problems of Living: Perspectives From Philosophy, Psychiatry and Cognitive-Affective Science'.

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Well-known clinical psychologist Dr D (Dorianne Weil) joins us in studio to discuss eating disorders, and the impact that such conditions have on sufferers.

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