Covering the current talking points in the UK charity sector. Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and David Prest shake their tin at the giving business, and ask searching questions of those at the top.
PROTRACTING REAL WORLD ISSUES FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE. Setting ,or the world if you may, of this podcast takes place in a society that we’ve all gone through at some point in our lives . For some , our best memories were made there while for others , they’d rather not even listen to a podcast speaking of such a place ; HIGHSCHOOL . A lot of the things we go through and experience out here started all the way back in highschool and not just in adulthood and I guess that’s what makes this ...
Life is a circus. Tame it by focusing on what matters & living it every day. In the Good Bad Real Life podcast, Charity Reeb gives you tips to de-compartmentalize real life and spirituality and put your good intentions into action. The first 10-episodes act as audio coaching series for the Real Life Journal, the method behind the madness of this show.
The title describes it all as the guest talks about altruism and his life as a child and into adulthood and what life has really taught him as he’s a man well into his years . Listen in for the “wise words of wisdom “. As well , a special announcement
The guest , a cooperate lawyer and a solicitor of the senior courts of England and Wales , talks about his journey since his education life and into his successful career life and the place of hard work in all his successes
Guest narrates his story from being a young lad to how he and the army found each other , even being one of the fore runners of the special forces in Kenya . But of course not forgetting to touch on mental health or the soldiers , PTS ,TBI ,ASD and other mental health illnesses that affect soldiers after seeing some of the most traumatic things in …
The guest narrates his story on his struggle with alcoholism for almost 17 years . From quitting jobs to drink , being interdicted from others , forsaking his family , attempting suicide, sleeping in bars and under lorries just cause of the love of alcohol . It’s been 4 years and sobriety and though this episode can’t fit in everything he’s been th…
The guests life mantra : giving children a reason to care
The guest talks about life entering school from being the bottom of the food chain , at a point almost running aways from school , to rising up the ranks and being in the school pentagon , the top 5 in the school . He also talks of his experience going for the Brooks exchange programme and leadership in overall even out here as he’s been accorded v…
The guesses narrate about their life in Kapsabet Boys from the culture shock to the good & tough times but we as well as delve into more serious issues such as Civic education as it is voting registration season , tribalism and even GBV . Listen in
From the IF poem punishment to the coffee cup theory , listen in on how the guest talk about life in Starehe Boys Centre and the joys it brought with it as well as the opposite of that . Listen in . IG @thegoodthebadabdthebusherian Twitter @thebusherianpod
We just won our first award as the podcast influencer of the year and guys … it’s crazy ! Listen in on how I forgot my speech when I got on stage
This is one of those throwback episodes where we take a dive into Precious blood school and see some of the shenanigans they were up to
The guest talks about living with ADHD and her academic culture shock when she goes to a Scottish university and what she wishes she knew . Listen in !
From OCD , to savant syndrome , to bipolar to epilepsy to autism and 6 other mental health illnesses , the guest tells us some of the struggles he has had as well as some of the thing a lot of people are desensitized on . Listen in
It’s been a minute since we did one of our throw back episodes where we just reminisce of the good times and we do exactly that in this episode . The school in point ; Dagoretti High school otherwise known as Ditchez
The guest and I banter about a lot of things from talking about how he joined boarding at the age of 10 , to NOT experiencing culture shock when he went abroad and to even bantering about our school rivalry (Alliance v Lenana ) listen in ! I hope you get the pun
In this episode , the guest talks narrates his story from childhood till date as a DPhil student at the Oxford university talking about some of his struggles from when he was a child to and always putting in the work and effort that afforded him to work at places such as PWC , safaricom PLC and even KCA and now is doing his phD in Oxford at only 26…
“What would you tell your younger self ?” Question you hear time and time again but let’s hear what Imelda would tell her younger self with all her life experiences having lived both in plenty & poverty
The guest from Pure religion foundation speaks of her experience having gone to different children homes and learning and seeing first hand the experience of the children as well as their untold stories that cut deep . Listen in
The Guest speaks of how his first love was poetry and the events leading to that including emotional bullying. Also talks on how MIT came up as his school selection which was driven by a girl he loved but turns out it was unrequited . Listen in
Trigger warning ⚠️ . We talk of growing up in a toxic home environment and how some of those things affect children from neglect to physical abuse . Listen in
“I am a boy from the village, who went to primary school barefoot , went to some elite schools later and struggled trying to find my space…I am also the kid who has slept hungry many days, but also had a dinner at a palace I am also someone who genuinely loves people, and sees the bright side of life, and really wants to do good” listen in…
From 122 to 78kgs in 8 mko this has to be one of the craziest things you’ll hear as that needs another level of discipline & more to achieve that . Not forgetting having to run a whole marathon after putting in the work . This one , you’ll have to listen in
Another episode on mental health talking about the not so good side and the ugly side of depression , to boundaries and even how people with mental health struggles can be selfish . Listen in
we talk on everything highlighting how highschool was a small “kenya” (society ) where we got very different perspectives of life from family dynamics to tribalism and even to teachers breaking you to “make “ you that didn’t necessarily work ! Listen in
Talk abit of the guests experiences in segero school and even corporal punishment cause it’s even shocking that girls had to go through some of these things ! Check it out !
We get deep and talk about sexual assault in men and some of the struggles men face silently due to various reasons but most especially, that they are a man . Listen in
We have our first parent in the show and we are gassed !!
We go down memory lane to the class of 94 and hear the stories from what is called “oyugi’s constant “ to having pen pals to the school slang at the time and more !
Stories from Luak girls will have you laughing the entire times from having to fetch water from a lake which will be used to bath , wash and for DRINKING , punishments from washing 32 toilets and being forced to cry, to even having business gurus who would charge your phone illegally in the school ! Listen in…
How often do you check on your friends ? When you check on your friends , is it a give and take where you only check on them if they check on you ? Do you set your boundaries straight with your friends ? Hmmm
We talk about mental health from trauma especially coming from our parents who probably did or didn’t know better and try debunk it all and healthy copying mechanisms when wh our mental health is in the pits
Great minds and body . Category is mental health, body positivity & Harvard
We talk about a lot of things from the biggest dreams to dissecting his prestige album ‘Ndoto’ to even talking about when he once wanted to become a priest.
Founded 20 years ago, Magic Breakfast provides healthy school breakfasts to children at risk of hunger in disadvantaged areas of the UK, working with nearly 1,000 schools in England and Scotland. The GCBC team are joined by the charity’s Head of Policy and Campaigns, Alysa Remtulla, to discuss how the pandemic has changed its delivery model, the pl…
In this episode, our guests are from St Catherine’s highschool and we talk about their peculiar experiences such as carrying bathing water to class and being forced to speak in tongues
We talk about actual dropping out and not conforming to the already set standards that are in place to please others but instead , choosing yourself and defining your own path in the best way we know how
We talk about the education systems in place and whether it’s been more progressive to us or not and whether it’s good for the current work we live it or not . Want to hear your thoughts
If you aren’t all caught up ? Say less . We do a recap of all the 13+1 episodes this far and just look back and reminisce on how far we have come .
The GCBC team are joined by Steph Harland, CEO of Age UK. Steph explains the steps taken by the national charity and local Age UK branches to support older people during Covid, the reasons for the decision to permanently close about a third of Age UK's charity shops; and shares her frustration at the government's lack of action on a long-term solut…
In this episode we go to a school in The western part of Kenya and talk about some of the most peculiar things such as communal showers to weird food combos to even deeper subjects such as molestation and brutality by other students to their fellows ! Tune and and feel free to give your feedback
On this episode we have an music artist and a writer who speak about their various art forms from their love of it , to putting themselves out there and to them portraying their most authentic self through art ! Enjoy !
The GCBC team are joined by Mike Adamson, CEO of the British Red Cross. Mike discusses the charity's role in responding to Covid, how he's planning to manage a significant deficit in BRC's income over the coming years, and what the pandemic has revealed about volunteering. Good Charity, Bad Charity is presented by Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and …
In this episode , we talk on things to do with mental health in our African society and if it’s only a “rich people’s” problem or if it can affect any of us . In this episode as well, we focus mainly on ADHD and what it’s all about .
In this Episode we become historians and delve into the rich history of our country and the whole decolonization of it as well seeing that we are still colonized but by people of our own color .
This one episode is just to show that we were all living the same highschool life , well at least for the most part , but just in different highschools ! We are all the same really
We talk about the highschool entrepreneurs, to robots, education systems even the labeling of “women in stem “
We talk about the leadership system both in schools and in governments and how many things happen that aren’t right and matters to do with servant leadership
The GCBC team are joined by Matt Leach, CEO of Local Trust, which delivers Big Local: a 15-year programme which distributes £1.15m of funding to 150 neighbourhoods across England "with no strings attached to use as they see fit". Matt discusses the ethos of Big Local and the insights into place-based funding that are emerging from the initiative. T…
Why women reps are not the standard of what women in power should be,why there’s a lot of gate keeping and overprotectiveness in girl’s schools and why feminism . Also why the guests are doing STEM courses (you really want to know why )
Why girls had to sleep with their hand in their bucket of water and other stories . You don’t want to miss this
The GCBC team are joined by Fozia Irfan OBE, who started her new job as Director of Children and Young People at BBC Children in Need in October 2020. Fozia explains why working for the organisation is her “dream job”, what she hopes to achieve in her new post, and why grantmakers need to be wary of imposing a model which charities must conform to.…