Sharing conversations that matter

The “Talk on to Walk on” podcast shares real life stories from inspirational guests who, through the power of conversation and positive self-talk, have found the courage and confidence to walk on to where they are today. Their backgrounds are diverse, but their stories have a common theme that leave the listener feeling uplifted and inspired to open up about feelings and life goals.

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“You have a way with words, son.” – with Dave Kirby

Dave Kirby is one of Liverpool's most successful playwrights, directors, and producers. He's always had a love of writing but it wasn't until his 40s that his dream of...

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“Tell yourself I am good enough!” – with Kate Orr

Kate Orr is a queen of business strategy and is where she is today because of her endless determination, tenacity, and resilience not least shown after the devastating loss of her friend and business partner, Kate McIver in 2019 aged just 30.

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“I asked myself, Samantha, what is your dream?” – with Samantha Messias

Samantha Messias started drawing when she was just 5 years old. Having endured a traumatic early childhood, art helped her communicate and heal. She's now taking the world by storm by combining opening up about her story with creating award-winning hyper-realistic drawings of public figures, including Nelson Mandela, Oprah Winfrey, Princess Diana, Will Smith, Bob Marley, and Sir David Attenborough.

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“You have a way with words, son.” – with Dave Kirby

Dave Kirby is one of Liverpool's most successful playwrights, directors, and producers. He's always had a love of writing but it wasn't until his 40s that his dream of becoming a full-time writer became a reality. Over half a million people have belly-laughed throughout his sell out comedy plays, including Brick Up the Mersey Tunnels, Lost Soul and Council Depot Blues.

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My “Talk on to Walk on” podcast was born out of my mission to get people talking to each other and to take my many life lessons and turn them into something of value.  The aim is to create something I wish I’d had access to that would have made me slow down, listen to the right people, and reflect on their wisdom and advice.  I could then have talked about what I was going through. It took me way too many years before I finally found the courage to open up and I want that to change for everyone who is going through something similar at whatever stage of their life.