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Big Fat Negative is the podcast about IVF, infertility and the trials of TTC - aka trying for a baby. Co-hosted by journalists and friends Emma Forsyth Haslett and Gabriella Griffith, the show follows their stories on the not-so-simple journey to motherhood, while also interviewing a range of experts on all things infertility.
 
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Hello! Are you a new listener? Why not go back and listen from the beginning? You'll get to know us better that way. It's Fertility Week 2020 and to celebrate, we're having a massive catch-up with the Foxes. Yep: it's an hour and a half of Liz and Nick, updating us on everything that's happened since we last spoke to them back in August. What's hap…
 
Quatre ans après son tour du monde, où est passé Solar Impulse ? Bertrand Piccard a vendu son avion solaire à une société étrangère active dans l’armement. A quoi va-t-il servir dans sa nouvelle vie ? Pourquoi n’a-t-on pas réussi à garder en Suisse ce bijou technologique ?podcasts@rts.ch (Radio Télévision Suisse) による
 
Maël a créé son entreprise pour aider les propriétaires à économiser de l’énergie. Anne-Julie a elle créé sa startup pour changer le marché de la lessive à Genève. Deux jeunes entreprises, deux entrepreneurs de l’arc lémanique qui ont participé à un concours de startup pour booster leur activité. Aujourd’hui pour réussir il ne suffit pas d’être inn…
 
Quand les antibiotiques ne guérissent plus : 700 000 personnes décèdent chaque année dans le monde des suites d’une infection causée par des bactéries résistantes aux traitements disponibles. Elles pourraient être 10 millions par an d’ici 2050. La situation est inquiétante, pourtant peu de nouvelles molécules arrivent sur le marché. Le secteur des …
 
Restaurateur, chauffeur de taxi, coiffeuse, humoriste, agent de voyage… A cause du coronavirus, ils se sont retrouvés du jour au lendemain sans travail et sans revenu. TTC les avait suivis au plus fort de la crise. Comment ont-ils passé l’été ? Les affaires ont-elles repris ? Pour sa rentrée, le magazine économique a retrouvé ces petits patrons men…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be helpful to go to the beginning of the podcast and listen from there. You'll get to know us better that way. It's the last episode of the third series, and unfortunately we've got by far the worst guests ever on the show. Sorry about that. Have a listen anyway and let us know what you think. Meanwhile, Liz …
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be worth going back to the beginning of the podcast - you'll get to know us better that way. Martha Goddard is the co-writer and director of All Our Eggs, a series of micro-shorts (the film kind, not the pants kind) chronicling one couple's five-year infertility 'journey' (sorry). Martha joins us to talk abou…
 
Hello! Are you a listener? Why not go back to the beginning of the podcast and listen from there - you'll get to know us better that way. Regina Townsend is the founder of Broken Brown Egg, an advocacy group for women of colour who are going through infertility. She discusses her years-long infertility battle and how she learned to fight her own co…
 
Hi! Are you a new listener? Why not listen to our podcasts from the start? You'll get to know us better that way. Anna German is an illustrator and art teacher whose picture book, So When Are You Going to Have Kids?, explains what it feels like to be asked that question when you are trying to conceive. We talk to her about how she drew creative ins…
 
Hi! Are you a new listener? It might be useful to go back to the beginning of the podcast and listen from there - you'll get to know us better that way. After repeated pregnancy losses, Will and Sherisa Rivera were inspired to start Fertility in Colour, an advocate group to help black and brown families going through infertility. Here, they share t…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be helpful to go back and listen from the beginning. You'll get to know us better that way. Beth Leonard identifies as queer and non-binary, and has been trying for a baby since they were 31. In this episode, they describe their 'journey'. Meanwhile, Liz and Nick have Added to Cart - and Professor Tim is tack…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Sophie Payne is a plus-size YouTube star who had planned her social media pregnancy announcement down to the tiniest detail. The only problem: she has PCOS. She talks infertility and hospital gown issues with Emma and G…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. We're joined this week by food writer and digital marketer Seetal Savla to talk about going through infertility as part of the South Asian community. Meanwhile, Liz and Nick make a big decision, while Professor Tim Chil…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Sophia Money-Coutts was in the middle of her first egg freezing cycle when lockdown hit. Now she isn't sure whether to go ahead with a freezing cycle - or buy some sperm and get on with it. Liz and Nick are feeling simi…
 
Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. This week we're joined by journalist, blogger and podcaster Alison Perry, aka Not Another Mummy Blogger, to talk about secondary infertility - what happens when your body suddenly can't do what it did before? Meanwhile, Liz an…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode includes descriptions of baby loss and pregnancy after baby loss. Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Zoe Clark-Coates, author of Saying Goodbye, The Baby Loss Guide and Beyond Goodbye, talks about how she dealt with becoming pregna…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Emilie Ransley thought she had won her infertility battle: after pregnancy loss, Asherman's syndrome and 10 rounds of IVF, she and her husband opted to use a surrogate in Ukraine. It was good news - until Coronavirus hi…
 
La crise du Covid a rappelé aux Suisses qu'ils sont dépendants de l'étranger pour se nourrir. Comment renforcer notre souveraineté alimentaire ? Exemple, le sucre, dont la production est en constante diminution à cause de la concurrence internationale.podcasts@rts.ch (Radio Télévision Suisse) による
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? It might be better to go back and start from the beginning - you'll get to know us better that way. Cast your minds back to a world in which Coronavirus was but a distant threat. It's under those conditions that Emma met - and shared coffee with! - Catherine Hendy, co-founder of Elanza Wellness, to talk egg freezing -…
 
Hello! Are you a new listener? Why not start from the first episode? You'll get to know us better that way. Kemi Olowe thought infertility was her story. It wasn't. After her son, Samuel, was born following years of fertility treatments, she discovered a lump in her breast. She tells her story today. Meanwhile, Liz and Nick are confronting the real…
 
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