A Spoon Full of Theory Episodes.

  • Lucky for No One

    Lucky for No One

    Ben and Jeni are joined via the magic of the internet by clinical hypnotherapist Duncan Leckie. We talk about violence and whether we all have the capacity for it, superstitions and whether they can help us and we vent about venting.

  • Of Mice and Ben

    Ben and Jeni are back after a summer hiatus. We're joined in the garden by Samantha Bowe a clinical psychologist who gives us some amazing insight and debate.

  • Jeni’s New Trousers

    This month Ben and Jeni enjoy a chat in the garden. It's a beautiful summers eve so we're joined by birdsong and the occasional passing ambulance. As we're so relaxed we talk about sleep and how people dream, those all important 2.5 seconds we have to change our lives, and whether old dogs can teach us new tricks.

  • Who’s buried in the garden?

    During our usual mix of wonder, awe and giggles we take look at brain training and whether it's good for nuns, we talk about death and what we do with our dead and get some insight into Japan's dog to child ratio and what that means for their population.

  • A Dyson On Your Face

    This month Ben and Jeni are joined by clinical hypnotherapist, supervisor and lecturer Jane Fox. She brings her experience as a clinical research associate in the pharmaceutical industry to our usual mix of chat, laughter and facts.

  • Frederick No Friends

    This month Ben and Jeni are 'Frederick No Friends'! Despite this we still manage to enjoy our usually mix of mental health / well being facts along with chat and the occasional giggle.

  • Tasty, Tasty Fruits

    This month Ben and Jeni are joined by Siobhan Healy aka Jutika, an experienced meditation and mindfulness teacher. She gives us some great insight into 'focusing' support all the from Ireland.

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    A Rampage of Giant Lobsters

    This month Jeni and Ben are joined by clinical hypnotherapist and author of 'Good Grief' Dipti Tait (@Dipnotherapy). In this months episode we talk about our colourful brains, how to achieve that new years resolution and why we should be more like lobsters.    

  • A Disappointing Husband

    Dr Rachel Gillibrand joins us via the magic of the internet to lend her fact to our monthly meet up. This month we talk about dancing plagues, the focusing illusion and women's mental health in the late 18th Century.    

  • Teaching My Cat To Breathe (Pilot)

    In our first episode we get to grips with the healing power of sugar, the origins of stress and why playing the didgeridoo could actually help your partner to sleep. No guest this month but a lot of laughs as we chat about some of the amazing facts we've found and introduce ourselves.