Shame Feeder with Sam Blacker
By Sam Blacker
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Each week Sam Blacker talks to people with successful careers and asks them to share stories of anything they have done that they feel shame about. What follows is an exploration of shame, to see if it has any influence on those of us who have achieved success. Sam is a seasoned radio broadcaster and producer and uses this experience to really connect with each of his guests and get them to open up and share the things they feel ashamed about. This seasons guests will include Pete Murray, Maz Compton, Osman Faruqi, Ryan Jon, Tanya Hennessy, Gretel Killeen and more!
||Clean#8 Shame, Comedy, TV and more: Andrew Hansen examines the ways shame may have influenced him||Comedian, writer and member of The Chaser team, Andrew Hansen joins me to discuss what he might feel ashamed of, and whether or not that has had any influence on his life and career.||11 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit#7 Shame and Comedy: Dilruk Jayasinha explains how he used shame as a tool for his career||Dilruk Jayasinha explains how shame has influenced his life and stand up comedy career.||21 10 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit#6 Shame, Digital and Podcasting: Dan Wilkinson on how shame has influenced his creative life||Dan Wilkinson is a huge digital media manager, podcaster and personal friend of mine. In this episode he explains how feelings of shame about previous elements of his life have allowed him to embrace a life of freedom and creativity.||16 10 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#5 Shame, business & life: Gretel Killeen & Alexandra Tselios explain how shame has influenced them||Alexandra Tselios and Gretel Killeen explain how shame has influenced them||7 10 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit#4 Shame, online & radio: Ryan Jon on how shame influences how he approaches success||Radio host, podcast host and online content creator talks about how shame has influenced his success.||30 9 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit#3 Shame, politics and publications: Osman Faruqi on how shame has played a role in shaping his life and career||News and politics editor for Junkee, Osman Faruqi, talks shame.||23 9 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#2 Shame, radio and beyond: Maz Compton on how shame has influenced her career in and out of radio||Maz Compton explains how her approach to things she did in radio, that she's ashamed of has helped her grow.||16 9 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#1 Shame and Music: Pete Murray on how his shame has influenced his career||Pete Murray shares what he feels ashamed of and how it influenced his career and the person he is today.||9 9 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanComing Soon||A podcast about shame and how it influences success.||28 8 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
I am the type who struggles under second hand embarrassment, but this was so wonderful. Sam takes what can be an awkward topic, and makes it fun, relatable and sometimes even enjoyable. It's a wonderful and unique idea brilliantly executed.
I would also like in future an episode that features that bell from game of thrones and someone saying shame. But I'll probably keep listening regardless.
Where are the women?
Love the show, but a 1:7 ratio of women to men interviewees is pretty poor.
Loved how easily sam got Pete to open up about his life, kinda wish I was a childhood thief if I knew it would be followed with that much success. Loved it keep em coming 👍