Join Sobriety Coach and Speaker David Wilson (aka SoberDave) as he chats to some amazing guests, all of whom have made the decision to look at their relationship with alcohol and take steps towards a positive change. more
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Welcome back to One For The Road this weel ia ma joined by Harrison Ward, perhaps better known as Fell Foodie, an outdoor cook who loves to recreate restaurant style meals on minimal equipment (usually a campstove) in remote locations. He has a stron... more
Welcome to my bonus episode Of One For The Road with Sophie B Hawkins. The GRAMMY® Award-nominated, RIAA Platinum-certified singer-songwriter has announced her first UK headline performance in almost two decades, set for Sunday, November 26 at London... more
Thanks for joining me for this weeks episode of One For The Road. This week i am joined by Caroline Strawson. Caroline is an award winning Trauma Therapist & Coach and narcissistic abuse survivor. She integrates an array of somatic healing modalities... more
Holy Jesus, just listened to Lucy’s story. Heart breaking. Sounds like a lovely person and courageous. Been through similar with my sister, only I didn’t have the same level of involvement. I was with her when she died, and I swore I’d never drink again but I did . Iv stopped now . Listening to Dave helps . Well done Lucy . Great show Dave keep going please
I am a huge fan of this podcast, I love listening to sober Dave and other peoples stories about their messed up relationships with booze as I can resonate with so many of them! I am 4 months and 4 days sober and I have enjoyed listening to every single episode!! Keep doing what you’re doing Dave!! You are awesome 🤩 more
Love listening to sober Dave I’m 166 days AF and look forward to his podcasts they really help me love the way he talks to his guests 👍 missing his live ones on Thursdays !
Found episode 97 very ignorant to Nic herself, asking her to more
Absolutely Amazing podcast , I am so grateful to Sober Dave for keeping me motivated, connected and most of all ,Sober😇.His weekly podcast is always a joy ,His guests are interesting and Dave has such a brilliant sense of humor that even when the tales may get a bit deep or sad, there will always be a laugh somewhere in the hour . more
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