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Talking to the Queen of Female Empowerment: Jacqueline Gold, Executive Chair of Ann Summers.

This week we’re talking to the game-changing Jacqueline Gold. Jacqueline is one of the UK’s most successful businesswomen, having been CEO of Ann Summers for over 30 y...

Talking football, cancer and the desire to help others with Tony Lormor

Tony Lormor is an ex professional footballer who in his youth signed for Newcastle United before going on to play for the likes of Lincoln City, Chesterfield and Mansf...

Talking with Naomi Pye: Cancer Clinical Psychologist. With bonus talk on Norseman triathlon with Sinead Conneely

Naomi Pye is a clinical psychologist in Nottingham who supports people to find their own strategies to Move Against Cancer. In this episode, Naomi talks to Lucy about ...

Talking positive mental attitude and coping strategies with Jade, Ashley and Sophie

In this episode Georgie speaks to three young people who have all been through their own cancer journey. This is a very open and honest conversation and, we think you'...

Talking ‘keeping life as normal as possible’ with Connor Fleming

In this episode Lucy talks to Connor Fleming. Connor is just a normal young man in his twenties. He got a new job about a year ago. He works full time as a printer....

Luke Grenfell-Shaw: Responding to life's challenges through Bristol 2 Beijing

Luke Grenfell-Shaw is a canliver* who has completed a tandem bike ride from Bristol, UK, to Beijing, China, to show that everyone can create opportunities for a rich a...

Kat Cordiner: The adventure seeker who is putting the CAN in cancer.

Kat is an incredible individual and we're sure that you will be blown away listening to her story. Kat was diagnosed with cervical cancer in early 2019. Having gone ...

Jenny Wilson: The Fundraising GP and her Breast Cancer Journey

Jenny is an active GP from Bedford who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 45. Despite guidance on moving when living with cancer being limited at the time ...

Cancer and the comeback with Andy McAslan

In this episode we talk to Andy McAslan, an 800m elite athlete based in Leeds. In August 2021 he was diagnosed with stage 4 follicular lymphoma, an incurable blood can...

Let’s talk about sex.

This episode features 4 young people, Sophie Mulligan, Millie Critchley, Liam Isles and Caitlin Wilde, who all had cancer in their late teens/early twenties. They talk...

Talking facial differences and life lessons with Crystal Marshall

Crystal Marshall, 23, was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer (osteosarcoma) in her face when she was 18-years-old. At the time she was studying performing arts ...

The things they don't tell you about cancer with Sophie, Liam and Millie

Sophie Mulligan, Millie Critchley and Liam Isles are the three brains behind the MOVE as ONE Facebook support group, but they also have one huge thing in common - they...

From cancer diagnosis to marathon medals - Talking 'The Running Drug' with Tim Beynon

Tim spent much of his career as a journalist writing and editing the stories of others' sporting and personal achievements. He also spent many years working in the thi...

Talking life lessons as a Cancer Rehab Instructor with Helen Murray

This week we talk to Helen Murray (www.helenmurray.net) Helen leads Move Charity’s online cancer rehabilitation programme for 13-30 year olds. She’s also a triathlon...

Talking Getting your Oomph back with Carolyn Garritt

This episode is all about the brilliant Carolyn Garritt. We follow Carolyn's journey of both her personal and professional experiences of cancer. Carolyn Garritt ...

Talking ‘Being a CanLiver’ with Luke Grenfell-Shaw.

In this episode we talk to Luke Grenfell-Shaw (also known as Bristol2Beijing on social media). Luke was diagnosed with stage 4 sarcoma in June 2018. In January 2020 h...

Spotlight on our 5k Your Way Groups with Ambassadors, Tony and Sarah

This episode is all about celebrating our 5k Your Way groups! We're so excited that they are back, we love hearing about lots of you walking, jogging, running, cheerin...

Talking Sport and Exercise as a way of life with Greg Whyte OBE

Gemma Hillier-Moses, MOVE Charity Founder, talks to Greg Whyte. Greg is a former olympian, world renowned sport scientist, motivational speaker and world leading p...

Talking realities of a cancer journey as a young person with Sophie Mulligan and Shannon Coate

Gemma Hillier-Moses, Move Charity Founder, talks to Sophie and Shannon about their cancer journeys. Sophie was 19, in her first year of university and had a chest ...

Talking ‘Finding Your Why’ with David Smith, MBE.

David was born with club foot and spent the early years of his life undergoing multiple surgeries and learning to walk in special boots and plaster casts. After pursui...

Talking limb loss and GB paracycling with working supermum, Sally Hurst

This week, we talk to Sally Hurst. Sally describes herself as a ‘normal, tired, middle aged working mum’. After listening to this you’ll realise she is anything but! ...

Facing the death of your child and living with no regrets. A conversation with Gillian Sewell.

This week, oncologist Lucy Gossage has an open, extremely moving yet remarkably uplifting conversation with Gillian Sewell, whose son Lewis died of cancer in August 20...

A special and exclusive interview with Paula Radcliffe and her daughter, Isla

In this episode we talk to Marathon Queen and former world Record Holder Paula Radcliffe and her incredible daughter Isla about Isla's cancer diagnosis at the age of 1...

Talking Living and Cancer with Deborah James, aka Bowelbabe

This is our second episode of the podcast: 'Talking living and cancer with Deborah James aka Bowelbabe' We are so lucky to have such a fantastic guest, thank you so mu...

Talking Cancer and Wellbeing with MP Tracey Crouch

This very first episode features former Sports minister, Tracey Crouch, as our guest. Tracey talks very openly about her cancer treatment during the pandemic, work-lif...

Move Against Cancer Podcast, The Why

Our aim with this podcast is to support and inspire people to move, exercise and live an active and fulfilling life despite a cancer diagnosis.

Move Against Cancer Podcast: Trailer

Our aim with this podcast is to support and inspire people to move, exercise and live an active and fulfilling life despite a cancer diagnosis. Unfortunately, cance...

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