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Grief Kind podcast

Our Grief Kind podcasts are hosted by author, journalist and Sue Ryder ambassador, Clover Stroud. She speaks with celebrities about their personal experiences of bereavement and the support which helped them most when coping with their grief.

Latest episodes

Sue Ryder Ambassador, Dr. Amir Khan
Dr Amir Khan
Clover Stroud speaks with GP and TV doctor Dr Amir Khan. He opens up about the death of his dad, and talks about the importance of starting up a conversation when supporting someone after a bereavement.
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Lottie Tomlinson
Sue Ryder Ambassador Lottie Tomlinson talks about her personal experience of grief and how being kind to yourself after a bereavement can help you through even the darkest of days.
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Richard Arnold
Presenter and journalist Richard Arnold talks about his experience of grief and shares his advice for how you can support someone you care about who is grieving, to ensure they don't feel alone.

Series 1

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Candice Brathwaite
The second episode of our Grief Kind podcast is with TV presenter and Make Motherhood Diverse founder, Candice Brathwaite, who talks to Clover Stroud about losing her dad when she was just 21 and the isolation she felt.
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Lisa Riley
In the first instalment of our new Grief Kind podcast, Clover Stroud speaks to BAFTA-winning actress and television presenter Lisa Riley about her mum, Cath, who died in Lisa’s arms from pancreatic cancer.
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Pearl Lowe
The third episode of our Grief Kind podcast features fashion and textiles designer Pearl Lowe, who talks with host Clover Stroud about her experience of grief after her dad, Eddie, died of a heart attack.
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Grief Kind
With the right help, we can learn to live with grief. Find out how Sue Ryder can help you to become Grief Kind and support people you care about who are coping with grief.
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Grief Kind classes
A series of five short video tutorials giving advice on what grief is like and how you can support others who are grieving, as part of our Grief Kind campaign.
The support bereaved people say is most helpful
There are lots of ways you can support a bereaved person. These are things people have told us they found most helpful after their loved one died.