Make Room For The Stuttering » He Stutters Podcast
By Pamela Mertz
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People who stutter, men and women, talking about stuttering and sharing their stories.
||A Born Storyteller-Male Episode 21||Episode 21 of the occasional male podcast series features Dylan Madeley, who hails from a suburb of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dylan is a writer. He currently works as a copy editor for Auxiliary Magazine and is preparing to self publish his own novel.||8/22/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Mindful Stuttering – Male Episode 20||It’s been a while since I hosted a conversation with a guy about stuttering. So, I’m delighted to bring you today’s show. Episode 20 of the conversations with men who stutter features Oli Cheadle, who hails from South London, in the UK.||2/11/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Finding Himself – Male Episode 19||Episode 19 features John Harrison, who “ran away from home at age 25.” He went from New York to California with nothing but a 5 day hotel reservation. John wanted to go to California to find himself and his identity, and understand his stutter||11/20/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Look What I’m Doing-Male Episode 18||Episode 18 of the conversations with men features Ray Welchman, who hails from South Australia. Ray is a systems engineer in a defense company. He also runs “Feel The Fear” workshops as a licensed trainer for Susan Jeffers training. Jeffers wr||11/5/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||More Than Words – Male Episode 17||Episode 17 of the conversations with men who stutter features Robert Lucas, who hails from a small town in South Australia. Robert worked for 26 years in the gas pipe lines industry. He had worked his way up to an Inspector, before retirement. Robert shar||9/25/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sport Of Speaking – Male Episode 16||Episode 16 features Geoff Johnston, who hails from Strathalbyn, South Australia. Geoff is presently the Regional Director for the McGuire program. “There is so much more to stuttering than speech.” Geoff talks about how fears, anxieties and se||9/11/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Only All The Time – Male Episode 15||Episode 15 of the series of conversations with men who stutter features Hanan Hurwitz, who hails from Ra’anana, Israel, via South Africa. Hanan is an electrical engineer, and works for a company that makes server control equipment. Hanan attended hi||8/27/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||All Heart – Male Episode 14||Episode 14 of the series of conversations with men who stutter features Grant Meredith, who hails from Victoria, Australia. Grant works at the University of Ballarat, as a Lecturer in multimedia and gaming. He is also coordinator for introduction and welf||8/14/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Devil In My Throat – Male Episode 13||Episode 13 of this series of conversations with men who stutter features Ali Salem, who hails from Montreal, Quebec, Canada via Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates. Ali is a self-employed web specialist and free-lance photographer. Check out his site Alm||7/2/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Works For Me – Male Episode 12||Episode 12 of the series of conversations with men who stutter features Lott Hughes, who hails from Temple, Texas. Lott served in the US Army for nine years and now works as an IT Specialist for the Veterans Administration. Lott has a great story. As a ta||5/31/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Not His Fault – Male Episode 11||Episode 11 of the series of conversations with men who stutter features Frank Stechel, who hails from Highland Park, New Jersey. Frank worked for the New York State Education Department for over 30 years, in the vocational rehabilitation field. Frank felt||5/16/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Being Cool With Me – Male Episode 10||Episode 10 of the conversations with men who stutter features Landon Murray, who hails from New Orleans, LA. Landon is in school studying process engineering. He has also been the leader for the New Orleans chapter of the National Stuttering Association f||5/1/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Speaking The Truth – Male Episode 6||Episode 6 of this series of conversations features Zachary Sterkel, who hails from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Zachary is 26 years old and works as a lead baker, with a focus on pastry work. Zachary and I met on a stuttering forum on-line and chatted on Skyp||2/23/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Not Third String – Male Episode 5||Episode 5 of this series of conversations with men who stutter features John Paskievich, who hails from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. John is an award winning stills photographer and documentary film maker When trying to find his life’s work, John pic||2/13/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||A Long Journey – Male Episode 4||Episode 4 of this occasional series with men who stutter features my good friend Joseph Diaz, who hails from Dallas, Texas. Joseph and I met at my first NSA conference in 2006, which was in Long Beach, CA. We have been fast friends since. Joseph is a long||1/24/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Optimum Stuttering – Male Episode 3||Producer note: This is the third episode in the very occasional series I do with men who stutter. As you can see, my graphic designer and friend (Daniele Rossi)provided me with a new logo. I changed the name slightly to include the word “stutter||10/11/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Being A Change Agent – Male Episode 2||Episode 2 features Henryk Sarat, who hails from Chicago, Illinois. Henryk is 24 years old and recently completed his Master’s degree in Computer Science at the University of Chicago. He worked as a trading software developer at a high-frequency trad||7/5/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Paying It Forward – Male Episode 1||This inaugural episode of men who stutter sharing HIStories is a risk for me. I am committed to providing a unique space for women to share, since we are the minority. And I do not wish to diminish in any way that which has turned out to be so special a||6/1/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
An excellent series
Pam has branched out into her second podcast, and as expected it is an excellent production. Getting stutterers / stammerers to tell their stories in a public way is a fantastic way of building confidence for the stammerer and an inspiration for those who hear these stories. Pam's interview style is gentle yet prodding and her guests trust and open up to her. If you stammer or know someone who does, this podcast, along with the series focussed on women's stories is a must.