Mental Health And Me [Mindful March] [Radio Ulster]

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012021030720210402 (RU)In January 2020 Cate Conway was devastated by the sudden death of her on-air partner and best friend Stephen Clements. Here she talks to Radio Ulster's Steven Rainey about the impact his death has had on her life. In a no holds barred conversation Cate talks about coping with grief and the impact it has had on her mental health. She reveals that she is still struggling, but is determined to grow from her experience and use it to work out what she really wants from her own life.

Presenter Steven Rainey
Series Producer Gemma Cunningham
Editor Carole O'Kane

A no holds barred conversation about mental health with radio personality Cate Conway.

Mental health programming for the month of March.

A no-holds-barred conversation about mental health with radio personality Cate Conway.

0220210314Widely regarded as one of Northern Ireland’s top journalists over the past two decades, Jonny McCambridge has also struggled with bouts of poor mental health throughout his life.
In conversation with Radio Ulster’s Steven Rainey, the journalist discusses teenage anxiety and depression, suicidal thoughts and the decision to change his work/life balance that meant giving up his high profile job as Deputy Editor of the Belfast Telegraph.

Presenter Steven Rainey
Series Producer Gemma Cunningham
Editor Carole O’Kane

An honest conversation about mental health with Jonny McCambridge from the Newsletter.

Mental health programming for the month of March.

Widely regarded as one of Northern Ireland’s top journalists over the past two decades, Jonny McCambridge has also struggled with bouts of poor mental health throughout his life. In this no holds barred conversation with BBC Radio Ulster’s Steven Rainey, the journalist discusses teenage anxiety and depression, suicidal thoughts and the decision to change his work/life balance that meant giving up his high profile job as Deputy Editor of the Belfast Telegraph.

Presenter: Steven Rainey
Series Producer: Gemma Cunningham
Content Editor: Carole O’Kane

An honest conversation about mental health with journalist Jonny McCambridge.

022021031420210405 (RU)Widely regarded as one of Northern Ireland's top journalists over the past two decades, Jonny McCambridge has also struggled with bouts of poor mental health throughout his life.
In conversation with Radio Ulster's Steven Rainey, the journalist discusses teenage anxiety and depression, suicidal thoughts and the decision to change his work/life balance that meant giving up his high profile job as Deputy Editor of the Belfast Telegraph.

Presenter Steven Rainey
Series Producer Gemma Cunningham
Editor Carole O'Kane

An honest conversation about mental health with Jonny McCambridge from the Newsletter.

Mental health programming for the month of March.

0320210321To the millions of viewers tuning in every Saturday night to The X Factor Janet Devlin had it all. But behind the lights and cameras was a 16 year old girl who'd already had a lifetime struggling with poor mental health.
Ten years on, the Indie singer songwriter tells Radio Ulster's Steven Rainey how depression and anxiety have clouded her short life, leading at times to self-harm, alcoholism, drug abuse and anorexia.
Newspaper headlines exposed a downward spiral as the young star battled with her inner demons.
In this frank and intimate conversation, the County Tyrone woman reveals how music has always been her refuge and how, now aged 26 she is facing the future with hope.

Presenter Steven Rainey
Series Producer Gemma Cunningham
Editor Carole O'Kane

A frank and honest chat with Indie singer and former X Factor finalist Janet Devlin.

Mental health programming for the month of March.

042021032820210406 (RU)In 1994 at just 16 years of age, Londonderry born Ruth McGinley beat all other competitors to win the coveted piano final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year. She'd go on to win a scholarship to the London Academy of Music and tour the world as a solo concert pianist.
But behind the success, the young woman struggled with her mental health, experiencing periods of self-doubt and anxiety that led to depression, anorexia and addiction.
In a no holds barred conversation with Steven Rainey, Ruth describes how she left behind the concert circuit and sought the help she needed for her mental health. She describes how only now, in her 40's, does she feel happy with her music choices and her personal life.

Presenter Steven Rainey
Series Producer Gemma Cunningham
Editor Carole O'Kane

Former BBC Young Pianist of the Year Ruth McGinley talks about her mental health.

Mental health programming for the month of March.

In 1994 at just 16 years of age, Londonderry born Ruth McGinley beat all other competitors to win the coveted piano final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year. She'd go on to win a scholarship to the London Academy of Music and tour the world as a solo concert pianist.
But behind the success, the young woman struggled with her mental health, experiencing periods of self-doubt and anxiety that led to depression and addiction.
In conversation with Steven Rainey, Ruth describes how she left behind the concert circuit and sought the help she needed for her mental health. She describes how only now, in her 40's, does she feel happy with her music choices and her personal life.