My goal right from the beginning was that I wanted it to be a podcast that, when it stopped, you didn’t feel worse,” says Cariad Lloyd, host of Griefcast, a weekly interview podcast where media personalities share stories about loved ones they've lost. “We’re all in this club that no one asked to join, and it’s really helpful when you realize there’s other people in the club. Part of grief is feeling quite isolated, so when you realize, ‘Oh, it's not just me,’ It does help.” In each episode, Lloyd makes space for natural, unhurried conversations for her guests to talk about death where, in her words, “Nobody’s going to change the subject.” more
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This week Cariad talks to the brilliant Hollie McNish about her Gran, who died during the 1st lockdown. As ever we talk grief, dressing up and the original Santa. more
This week Cariad talks to stand up comedian, writer and TV presenter Tom Allen about his dad who died suddenly from a heart attack in 2021. As ever we talk grief, the unhelpfulness of logic and Fleetwood Mac. more
This week Cariad talks to...well, actually the amazing Poorna Bell is talking to Cariad about her new book, You Are Not Alone, which is out on Thursday 19th January. As ever we talk being grief elders, anger + laughing at the things people say. more
Love the podcast but the last two episodes I found unlistenable as the host soliloquies went on and on. I’d love to know how many minutes Cariad spoke per episode compared to the guest. Ironically spending 10 minute flat telling Tom Allen it’s good to talk about grief! Great pod, great guests just lots of frustration about not hearing these great guests talk
This podcast is a virtual safe space for laughing, crying, and feeling all the feelings that accompany grief. Cariad is a brilliant interviewer and her convos with an eclectic parade of guests highlight the universal elements of grief even as she honors the unique qualities of whomever the guest is remembering. If you have to be in the club, Cariad is precisely the right person to show you to your table.
I’ve avoided listening to this podcast till recently as I didn’t think I could stand hearing stories of grief after losing my father suddenly and the family fallout that happened, I was wrong, yes there are tears but also such joy and good advice. Thank you Cariad. X
My heart 😭🥺❤️ Guest idea: Welsh comedian Carys Eleri who has lost both her father and her best friend to pancreatic cancer. She is lovely and hilarious.
Just finished listening to the Staves episode, how relevant, insightful and so well articulated it was. I’ve lost 4 immediate family members one of which was my mum also 4 years ago and all of what the girls talked about resonated with me, particularly about M&S! and the part of me that was only shown when I was with her. All part of being in the club. Thanks for the great episode.
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Griefcast launched 7 years ago and published 190 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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