Summary: We talk about the real shit. The everyday reality faced by the modern man. In conversations with inspirational people from across the globe, we hear real stories about dealing (and sometimes not dealing) with life’s challenges, drawing out the tools that lead to a happier, healthier and longer life.
In this episode of Movember Radio: Continuing the Conversation, former SAS soldier Robin Horsfall takes us on his journey from entering the British Army at 15 years old to being accepted into the SAS at age 21, and the impact the military had on all aspects of his life. Robin was part of the team who took part in the historic SAS counter-terrorism raid that ended the Iranian Embassy siege in London in 1980. Join the conversation and hear how the growth of a moustache since he was 17 attracted Robin to work with the Movember Foundation and how he continues to raise awareness about the need to take action when it comes to your health.
In this episode of Movember Radio: Continuing the Conversation, former professional surfer Tom Carroll shares the story behind 26 wins, three Pipe Master victories and how becoming the first surfer in history to sign a million dollar contract impacted his life. Tom, a quiet kid originally from a town called Newport in Australia, talks openly about his struggles with mental health problems and the world of surfing which led to his involvement with the Movember Foundation. Follow @TomVCarroll
In this episode of Movember Radio: Continuing the Conversation, George Parros lifts the lid on what life what like as an enforcer for the National Hockey League’s Anaheim Ducks, where he played nine seasons and managed to get into 158 fights on the ice. George did all of this while sporting a rocking moustache, which eventually led to his involvement with the Movember Foundation. Since coming onboard with the Foundation five years ago, George has helped raise awareness about the state of men’s health on and off the ice and encourage blokes to take action when it comes to their health.
Kurt Fearnley - wheelchair racer, Paralympian, author, athlete and father - is one of the most successful athletes of our time. Kurt has started 58 marathons, had 37 wins, placed 16 times and only missed the podium five times. Born without parts of his lower spine and without a sacrum, Kurt was given less than a week to live. In this episode of Movember Radio: Continuing the Conversation, Kurt shares his thoughts on resilience, his winning mindset and the story of how he got involved with the Movember Foundation – a relationship which has led him to crawl the Kokoda track…twice…all in the name of raising awareness and getting blokes talking about their health.
Former professional soccer player and ESPN TV Presenter, PJ Roberts relocated to Singapore in 2002 to pursue his sporting career where he quickly made a name for himself amongst the football community. Opening up for this episode of Movember Radio: Continuing the Conversation, PJ lets us in on how a diagnosis of testicular cancer in 2013 rocked his world and shares how he handled the treatment and recovery, coming out the other side stronger than ever. Through his work with the Movember Foundation as an ambassador, PJ spreads the word about the importance of mateship and encouraging men to take action when it comes to their health.
The Movember Foundation’s co-founder and CEO sets the record straight on the humble beginnings of the world's largest men’s health organisation as well sharing his personal journey about manhood and manliness.