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44 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 26 - Sensory Episode III
For those with a good memory, this was the episode that was meant to come out in the last season. Finally, you get to hear it! We have 2 stories from Sarah, a short explainer on morality from our past guest Ted Rogers, and as always a collection of relaxing tracks compiled by Odai. Enjoy!
45 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 25 - Alex of the Retro pals (Part 2)
Audible Autism is back and we return with Part 2 of Odai's interview with Alex of the Retro Pals where they go deep into the nitty gritty of Alex's interest in theme parks. How they're laid out, the differences between Europe and America, Dollywood, and recommendations!
59 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 24 - Black History Month 2020
Hello listeners, as this is October, the team thought it was important to put out an episode in honour of Black History Month. On this episode you will hear a discussion between Odai, avtivist William Vanderpuye and Alex Mason on the black community and autism, including interacting with the police, difficulties in getting a diagnosis and how so often black autistic people slip through the cracks. We hope you find this episode interesting and enlightening on a part of the autistic community that is little represented and rarely gets a platform to be heard.
61 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 23 - Alex of the Retro pals (Part 1)
Hello listeners we’re back with another exciting episode of Audible Autism, this one is special as it is the first 2 parter episode we’ve had for the podcast. On this episode Odai goes solo to interview streamer,video editor /ephemera collector Alex one half of streaming duo “The Retro Pals” on this episode you get to hear talk about the differences between living in Texas and California, life as an autistic trans man and also a touching discussion on being in a relationship with a non-autistic partner. Fun fact: if you listen closely you can hear Odai’s barely contained excitement during the interview
77 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 22 - Ditte Rose Andersen
After a long long wait, the start of the new season of Audible Autism is here and on this first episode our hosts Sarah and Odai have an interview with psychologist Ditte Rose Andersen looking into Ditte's interests and research into the sensory aspects of autism. Both Sarah and Odai came away feeling like their heads were swimming with loads of new information and perspectives in regards to communication and better understanding in what people with autism want and how they're not as disinterested as neurotypicals may first assume. We think this is a great start to the season. If you would like to be on an episode of Audible Autism, please fill out our form here, and we’d love to chat with you.
36 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 21 - Joseph Redford and Autistic Pride
The Autistic Pride Online Celebration is happening on June 20th and in this episode, we speak with Joseph Redford, the organiser of London Autistic Pride, about why Autistic Pride is important to him.
45 minutes | a year ago
Episode 20 - Dealing with Isolation
Former guests Rebecca Cavender, Ted Rogers - and one of our own listeners Maegan Snell - talk about their experiences dealing with social isolation as autistic adults. We would like to thank the guests for having the confidence and willingness to talk about what is usually a difficult subject and for putting out their time to contribute to this episode.
33 minutes | a year ago
Episode 19 - Accidentally Autistic
Takeover! Citizen of the Autistic Empire Nicky Watkinson and her partner-in-crime Angharad discuss their YouTube show "Accidentally Autistic", which is about autism and popular culture; they also talk about autism diagnostic criteria, stereotypes, and autistic friendships.
56 minutes | a year ago
Episode 18 - Rebecca Cavender
Sarah interviews Rebecca Cavender, an intuitive writer, guide, and advocate from the Pacific Northwest, USA. She helps others remember they belong so they can catalyse and honour their true self-expression. Rebecca does this through professional writing services, coaching, and sharing her prose, poetry, and advocacy.
42 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 17 - Cassandra Reyhani
In this episode, Odai interviews Cassandra Reyhani, on mental health problems in one's family history, looking back in your family tree for autistic traits, and a brief discussion on tips and advice on limits and how to best enjoy gigs as autistic people. A fascinating, moving and occasionally intense episode.
15 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 16 - How I Get Around
A solo episode from Odai with advice tips and personal experiences on the difficulties of manoeuvring through a big city. Odai also overviews the Freedom Pass Concessionary Travel Scheme run by London Councils - how it started, and what it entitles people to. This one is different to our usual ones but we hope you find this informative and eye-opening.
51 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 15 - Ted Rogers
Vogue, philosophy, dance...bowel movements??? People, you are in for a very interesting and shall we say "elemental" episode where Sarah and Odai have a fascinating insightful and quite poignant interview with professional poet and dancer Ted Rogers, who talks about his life and work.
27 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 14 - Religion and Autism
Sarah is interviewed again but this time by co-host Odai about the relationship between her faith and being an autistic person. We get to hear about: - How Sarah became an interfaith minister - the difficulties in dealing with what some consider the rational and the irrational - How faith can be beneficial in our worst moments All in all this is quite an in-depth and fascinating episode that you should not miss out on.
48 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 13 - Heather Interviews Sarah
In this special episode of Audible Autism, Heather Wiech interviews Sarah McCulloch and her vision for the Autistic Empire, our new autistic community. Sarah discusses: * Her views of autism as a civic identity. * What the Autistic Empire has been inspired by from Malcolm X and LGBT liberation movements * Her own background and journey as an autistic person * How she sees our future as autistic people. The transcript to this episode is available at audibleautism.com.
52 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 12 - Sensory Episode II
Our latest sensory episode for people who just want to listen. In this episode: * Sarah explains gender. * Odai has more easy listening music. * A short story by Agatha Christie.
43 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 11 - Loren Snow
In this episode, Loren Snow, an autistic speaker and trainer, talks about their work running Autism Academy, which uses fun educational voices to make understanding autism accessible for everyone, among other things. We also discuss the difficulties of dealing with neurotypical people and managing relationships generally.
42 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 10 - Autistic Empire Launch (Live Event)
This episode is a recording of the Launch event of the Autistic Empire, which took place in London on Sunday September 16th, 2018. Speakers: * Odai Quaye discusses Why Now? * Alex Mason explains the background and aims of our Grand Sensory Survey. * Sarah McCulloch discusses the functions of the Autistic Empire and its future. You can learn more and sign up at http://www.autisticempire.com.
47 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 9 - Jason Hodgson
In this episode, Jason Hodgson, experimental composer, discusses his work and how his autism influences his music and other interests. Jason organises a number of live music performances across the country, including Adventures and Artists: a Live Dungeons and Dragons Concert.
59 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 8 - LibbyAutism (Live Event)
A live recording of a talk given at Stoke Newington library to mark World Autism Awareness Week by Libby, an animal behaviour technician from Plymouth. We hear her diagnosis at the age of four, her life as a selective mute, and eventually her graduation and journey to university.
22 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 7 - Work Episode
In this special themed episode, Odai looks at the world of work from an autistic perspective. With stories from Sarah, Savva and Cee, Odai considers what life in a neurotypical workplace is like for an autistic person. Sarah and Odai then interview Cee about their special interest in labour market policy, and life as a civil servant for a government department.
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