Movers and Shakers finds six friends – Rory Cellan-Jones, Gillian Lacey-Solymar, Mark Mardell, Paul Mayhew-Archer, Sir Nicholas Mostyn, and Jeremy Paxman – gathered in a Notting Hill pub to discuss the realities of life with Parkinson's. And maybe find a few silver linings! more
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The Movers and Shakers are back in the Notting Hill pub to talk about the inadvertent and unwanted byproducts of their medication. Bad side effects range from motor disorders to impulsivity disorders. Are we being properly warned about the risks of o... more
This week, the Movers and Shakers – minus a holidaying Jeremy – are joined by their children. What's it like to see a parent diagnosed? How does it change the family dynamics? And how do expectations about the future colour the present moment? Join t... more
As listeners to Movers and Shakers over the past year will know, Paul Mayhew-Archer has been on the waiting list for Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery. Finally, the time has come for Paul to head to the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford, to have a... more
You are such an inspiring bunch of people, it’s so fantastic to see how you support each other while educating the rest of us. Thank you. more
3 1/2 months ago my husband was told by his GP that he has PD. Cardiff & Vale have waiting list up to 40 weeks to see neurologist. This podcast has been a godsend in helping us to learn about PD. We have listened to every episode and always end up laughing. It gives us knowledge and ….. hope. Thank you.
My favourite podcast, as a professional carer I find this insightful & helpful. However many people I meet & support with this condition, I can never fully grasp what it is like to live with but these discussions really do help. Thank you guys.
My mother has Parkinson’s and this has really helped me understand what she has to deal with and how I maybe able to support her. Its also very entertaining 👍🏻
Thanks for the podcast. more
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