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Episode 12

The Stranger In The Cubicle

2nd April 2018

The amazing role model, mental health campaigner and all round great guy, Jonny Benjamin MBE drops by MTH Towers to share his experiences living with Schizoaffective disorder and the voices inside his head. With no question out of bounds, or any joke too far over the line, serious talk turns to serious laughter as once again Davey, Damian & Eli show that it is much better to be honest about our mental health.

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Episode 11

Scrupulosity & The Recovering Misogynist

23rd January 2018

It's been a while but our MenTalkHealth trio is back and this time they've brought their friend Matt with them. Whilst still filled with their warm brand of humour, thing turn serious as they to talk about the topic of Toxic Masculinity. As Matt shares his personal & inspiring story it strikes an emotional chord with one of our boys, and our MenTalkHealth family is reminded once again just why it is so important to talk before its too late.

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Episode 10

Musical Therapy

7th November 2017

In the midst of MenTalkHealth's first fundraiser, Davey and Damian grab hold of some microphones, a bottle of champagne and “Drag Discombobulator” extraordinaire Spice for a good old honest chat about their mental health. In front of a live audience, all the important topics are covered: Seasonal Affective Disorder, the pitfalls of 'banter' and where to buy your pants. Join us for some raucous chat that celebrates the continued success of MenTalkHealth.

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Meet the guys


Davey, a snowboarding, shirt lifting, media worker in his 30s, has spent the last eight years trying to manage his diagnosis of depression and (eventually) anxiety. With ups and many downs along the way, his need to name, shame and share his demons led him to start this podcast to encourage men to talk about their mental health.


Damian is a mental health nurse from Derry in Ireland. He has a longstanding diagnoses of depression and anxiety; and as of December 2016- Tourette Syndrome and OCD. A familiar face, Damian has been on TV shows talking about his mental illness and Tourettes including First Dates on Channel 4.


The kind of person who will talk politics on the first date, Eli is a Media
bad-ass-about-town with her own history linked to mental health. With a successful career producing some of the most opinionated people on TV, she is passionate about getting the voices of the under represented heard and found herself linked to Davey and Damian’s cause.

What People Are Saying

Davey and Damian smash into a topic many tiptoe around. They tackle the subject with humour, bonhomie and unashamed honesty, whilst never downplaying how serious the impact of mental illness can be on someone’s life. A great listen.

Support in Mind, Scotland

For too long, men have kept quiet about mental health preferring to bottle up their issues rather than talk about them. What Davey and Damian do is create a safe space to put our problems under a microscope, and they do so with good humour, quick wit and without taking themselves too seriously. We could all learn something from them.

See Me, Scotland

MenTalkHealth came into the National Theatre to speak as part of Mental Health Awareness Week and they shared their personal experiences both in and out of work in a really engaging, honest and insightful way. It was brilliant to hear men talking so openly about mental health and they’ve inspired several of our male employees to open up and talk about their own mental health which has been brilliant.

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