Podcasts and Radio Programmes
The penny drops podcast: Money and your mental health by Royal London
In this episode of ‘The penny drops’, host Andrea Fox speaks to fashionpreneur and mental health campaigner George David Hodgson and Brian Semple, Head of External Affairs at the independent charity Money & Mental Health.
Money Box Live: Mental Health & Money by BBC Radio 4
Depression and debt, anxiety and overdrafts, we look at how to cope financial problems that can often follow poor mental health.
Money and mental health on the Women & Money podcast: Coping with redundancy, loss of income, and working from home alone or with kids by Maike Currie and Sarah Davidson
Maike Currie and Sarah Davidson are joined by Leah Milner, freelance personal finance journalist and mental health campaigner, to discuss the relationship between money and our mental wellbeing. With the impact of COVID-19 heightening the concerns that many people have, they explore the steps people can take to feel more in control.
The Wallet by Emilie Bellet
Each week, Emilie will be sharing her best tips, inspiring you to take charge of your financial futures, and talking to an array of awesome guests from all walks of life – employees, freelancers, entrepreneurs and money experts. So whether you’re struggling with an overdraft or credit card debt or you’re the Wolf of Wall Street looking for your next big investment, for practical, fun, informal advice, you need to tune into The Wallet!
Coping with Redundancy
The Redundancy Podcast by Dave Watts
Emilie Bellet is on a mission to financially empower women. On average, women’s pensions are £100,000 less than men’s due to gender pay gap and childcare commitments. There is also a £15 billion gender investment gap in the UK. Emilie strongly believes that we can change these stats. She wants to help women to strive to be more financially independent, to live their lives on their terms, while feeling secure and confident about their present and future.
Read Emilie’s latest book ‘YOU’RE NOT BROKE YOU’RE PRE-RICH‘.
Part memoir, part guide, Real Life Money takes the reader on a journey that can be adapted to their own pace and circumstances. It will cover everything from how to negotiate repayment terms with creditors and setting realistic budgets without punishing yourself, to dealing with money anxiety. The goal is not to get rich overnight, or to pay off debt at the expense of all of life’s pleasures, but rather to gain an understanding of why we feel the way we do about money, and how we can use that to change our mindset and our finances for good.
Martin has created a FREE course through the Open University if you want to learn and improve your personal finance knowledge. Click here to access more details.
Debt Advice and Affordable Credit
Mind offers support through its helplines, either by phone, email or text. If you seek professional money advice and support, there are lots of places you can also turn to:
- Citizens Advice – 0800 144 8848
- Money Advice Service – 0800 138 7777
Money Advice Service also offers further guidance for their budget planner that you can find at this link.
For a full list of all the organizations that can help you out with money worries, we recommend Mind’s website.
Martin Lewis provides some really helpful advice. Here are a few things his website can help with: