Daniel Jones

In this episode, Paul’s guest is Daniel Jones the Editor of the New York Times’ Modern Love column. They discuss love in times of crisis, the role of intimacy and support in navigating the most difficult moments in your life, what it means to be truly vulnerable and let love in and why we all need to live in the moment and appreciate what we have.

Desirée A. H. Walker

In this episode, Paul is joined by Desirée A. H. Walker, a two-time breast cancer victor, health educator and cancer patient advocate. Desirée shares why she lives each day with intention, how the loved ones of those living with cancer can move from feeling helpless to being helpful, and how a support group can benefit those at every stage of their cancer journey.

Ana Maria Arévalo Gosen and Philipp Quante

In this episode, Paul welcomes Venezuelan photographer Ana Maria Arévalo Gosen and her husband Philipp Quante. Ana shares why she decided to photograph Philipp throughout his cancer journey, Philipp explains why it is so vital for those living with cancer to open up to loved ones, and together they reflect on the role that creativity played in helping them through such a difficult period in their lives.

Deborah James

In this episode, Paul’s guest is author, podcast and campaigner Deborah James, returning to the podcast for the second time. They discuss what Deborah has learned from sharing the story of her bowel cancer with her social media community, the importance of not allowing cancer patients to be forgotten during the COVID pandemic, and her techniques for staying positive and holding on to hope.

Joanne Peter

In this episode, Paul is joined by Joanne Peter, a Director of Social Innovation for Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact. Joanne explains why strong community health systems are vital both during the COVID-19 pandemic and in the long-term, shares the lessons we must learn from tackling HIV/AIDS outbreaks, and tells Paul why she believes that a multi-disciplinary approach is best for aspiring healthcare professionals.

Loyce Pace

Paul’s guest in this episode is Loyce Pace, President and Executive Director of the Global Health Council. She explains what equity in global health and global health leadership should look like, why national and international cooperation post-pandemic is so important and the vital role the WHO and other multi-lateral organisations play.

Alice Lin Fabiano

Paul’s guest in this episode is Alice Lin Fabiano, Global Director at Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact. She explains the work of Johnson & Johnson in supporting frontline healthcare workers and healthcare entrepreneurs, the growth of health technology and how it can used to augment healthcare outcomes and the importance of global leadership in accelerating the transition to an equitable healthcare system.

Josh Nesbit

In this episode Paul is joined by Josh Nesbit, CEO of Medic Mobile, a non-profit organisation using technology to improve healthcare in the hardest-to-reach communities.

Kieron Boyle

In this episode Paul is joined by Kieron Boyle, Chief Executive of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity. Kieron explains why a place-based approach to healthcare is so important, the need for a narrative shift to see health as an asset and how we can design scalable solutions and interventions to tackle childhood obesity and air pollution.

Temie Giwa-Tubosun

Paul’s guest in this episode is Temie Giwa-Tubosun, Founder and CEO of LifeBank. She speaks about the role of technology such as data, blockchain and drones, in finding creative solutions to both entrenched and new healthcare challenges