In the run up to the BBC Horizon show – Why did I go Mad? – Rai Waddingham and I headed up to Media City to appear on BBC Breakfast show. We shared some of our experiences about hearing voices, talking about how they have become part of our lives and how we live with them. We talk about the importance of creating spaces where people can engage with their voices and make sense of them.
‘I went from a whole, healthy little girl into a shattered mind’ ~ Abuse as a catalyst to psychosis
Dr Eleanor Longdon ~ Voices can be recruited as part of the healing journey.
Talking with your foe ~ Rai and Dirk explore the power of dialogue with the adversarial voice
Psychiatrist Sir Robin Murray in conversation with Dr David Strange.
Dr David Strange in conversation with Professor Richard Bentall for BBC Horizon
Professor Swaran Singh on the links between social marginalisation and psychosis.
Jacqui Dillon and Rachel Waddingham interviewed by Rachel Burden for BBC Five Live
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- Intervoice Congress 202131/08/2021 - 7:18 PM
- BBC Breakfast: Jacqui and Rai talking about Hearing Voices on TV18/07/2021 - 8:07 PM
- Jasper Gibson & Jacqui Dillon in conversation at AD4E Festival05/05/2021 - 3:37 PM
- Jasper Gibson and Jacqui Dillon, In Conversation – Fiction about Psychosis: Impact, ethics, effects05/05/2021 - 2:45 PM