Episode 30 – Autism and Social Media with Ian Lane

After much delay, blood, sweat and a dying laptop we now have the first episode of the new season of Audible Autism all set and ready to go. Our first episode is an interview with polymath Ian Lane about the highs and lows of navigating social media as an Autistic person.

Topics covered include :

  • Whether the internet has gotten bigger or smaller over time
  • Friendships, how they’re made and how they can be broken
  • and how “discourse” manages to change and yet stay the same

We think you’ll find this a very enlightening and entertaining episode

Ian’s Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/ruffledbricks

Ian’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IanAvenueLane/

and his Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/centaclowns

 

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Episode 29 – Kate Mcnulty Interview

Its that time again where Sarah and Odai interview a new guest in this case Kate Mcnulty. Kate is a therapist on the Autistic spectrum and this leads to some interesting talking points including Kate’s own journey through understanding herself, common complaints in a neurotypical/neurodivergent relationship aswell as her book on these subjects and more. We hope you find this a gratifying and entertaining episode as always.

For those who are interested: here is Kate’s website aswell as a link to her book

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Episode 28 – Sarah interviews Joel

It’s what you’ve all been waiting patiently for on bated breath and with barely contained excitement…the new season of Audible Autism.

Kicking off this season with a solo interview from Sarah with Joel Herman about his life, being an Autistic stand-up comic and all that entails.

We hope you enjoy this episode and the rest of the upcoming new season.

It feels good to be back!

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For those of you interested in Joel’s work, please make sure to check out is social media pages below.

Facebook  Instagram  YouTube

Episode 27 – Autism and Other Neurological Minorities

This episode is an edited recording of Sarah in conversation with Rabbi Natasha Mann at New London Synagogue titled “Autism and Other Neurological Minorities”. Sarah addresses her life as an autistic adult and a professional, what she has learned and the work of the Autistic Empire (that’s the main hub behind this here podcast you listen to).
As always we hope you find this episode insightful, educational, entertaining and let me tell you listeners, it’s good to be back.

 

 

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Black History Month Transcript

Hi everyone,

we are having technical issues with our latest episode release, so we are going to be delayed by a week. However, we are pleased to be able to offer you a transcript of Episode 24, our Black History Month episode, to tide you over.

Transcription is a necessary tool to make our content accessible to a wider audience, but it is an expensive process and we cannot afford this for every episode at the moment. We have set up a Patreon for our listeners to support our work and providing transcription is our number one priority – please donate and help us bring Audible Autism to more people! Link: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=20941826

Transcript below the player:

 

The following document is a transcription of the Black History Month episode of our podcast Audible Autism. This is not a verbatim transcription and minor edits have been made to allow for grammatical clarity, but the writer has ensured that no changes have been made to the original meaning of the content.

 

*CW: Suicide*

 

INTRO: Testing, testing, testing. Can you hear me? This is Audible Autism. *The Video Collection Ident*

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