Mouth-Off podcast is a series brought to you by Clary Saddler. It is a platform for marginalised groups to get their voices into the mainstream. I use the word marginalised here in its broadest sense. Podcast episodes might celebrate successes while tackling taboos . We have covered a range of topics such as sexuality, mental health, disability, religion, gender, inequality, race, class divides, substance misuse – plus more.
We have had an impressive roster of diverse guests on the Mouth-Off podcast. These include Welsh poet and playwright Patrick Jones, visual artist and performer Kyle Legall, Japanese comedian Yuriko Kotani, disability rights activist Ginny Butcher and California singer/songwriter Matt Costa to name but a few. Next up Clary is interviewing Sali Curtis. Sali is a Speech and Language therapist and a practitioner of theThree Principles of Innate Health Mind, Thought & Consciousness.
Forget-Me-Not-Productions designs and delivers courses and training in accessible music and inclusive arts. It also offers assistive technology interventions through its MUSIC-CAN framework. Some of the Mouth-Off series might feature podcasts created by our clients as part of their studies (such as the JacsJams episodes).
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