What Doesn't Kill Us: The Podcast

What Doesn't Kill Us: The Podcast

Kaija Larke brings you the heart-stopping, uplifting and inspirational stories of those who have experienced life changing events and injuries, to see what we can all learn from them.A journalist with more than 20 years experience with the BBC, ITN and the British Forces Broadcasting Service, Kaija has interviewed royalty, celebrities, politicians and lots of normal people too! In this podcast she'll bring you stories of triumph over tragedy and success against adversity from people who have faced some of life's toughest challenges. Whether they have lost loved ones or limbs, overcome addictions or rehabilitated from a life of crime she will bring their experiences to you, in their own words, to prove that What Doesn't Kill Us really does make us stronger. Follow their inspirational journey and find out what we can all learn from those who have been tested the most.
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Recent Episodes

Joe Meanen

Sept. 30, 2021

In 1988 Joe Meanen was a young scaffolder working on the Piper Alpha oil rig, on the night it exploded. It was situated off Aberdeen, Scotland and was home to more than 200 men at a time. One calm Summer's night a gas leak c…

World Suicide Prevention Day: Sarah Frame

Sept. 10, 2021

Friday 10th September is World Suicide Prevention Day. Suicide is one of the last taboos in our society. Sarah Frame has more experience than most. She lost both her husband and one of her sons to suicide and in this episode…

Bobby Griffin

Aug. 11, 2021

Bobby Griffin’s motorbike was hit by a speeding driver as he rode home one evening. He was thrown several metres through the air, suffering life changing injuries. Surgeons fought for two years to save his leg, before he dec…

Sean Jeffreys

July 21, 2021

Former international drug smuggler turned counsellor to the rich and famous, Sean Jeffreys spent his twenties in and out of European jails. After years smoking everything from dope to heroin, he got himself clean, secured a …

Danny Crates

July 9, 2021

Paralympic Gold Medallist and Former World Champion Danny Crates was once dubbed Britain's Best Disability Athlete. He knows what it's like to win, and to come close. Before athletics, he'd been an engineer working a gap yea…

Carla Carlisle

June 30, 2021

Carla Carlisle always wanted to be a mother. But after years battling with an abusive relationship, IVF and miscarriage she decided to go it alone. She became a single foster mother. She was given just a few hours notice to …