97. 5-MeO-DMT with Patrick Cox

  In this episode, we meet with Patrick Cox, a fashion designer with a background collaborating with Vivienne Westwood. Patrick shares his personal journey from his lifestyle in fashion, led to confronting deep-seated intergenerational trauma. Patrick opens up about undertaking the highly secretive Hoffman Process, and the transformative impact this had on him. From there,  …


82. Psychedelics in Europe with Tadeusz Hawrot and Frédéric Destrebecq

  This weeks Podcast features Frédéric Destrebecq and Tadeusz Hawrot as they discuss the latest developments in research and clinical development with psychedelics in Europe. Frédéric Destrebecq is the Executive Director of the European Brain Council (EBC), a non-profit organization based in Brussels, Belgium. The EBC is a network of organizations and individuals dedicated to  …


67. Why People Don't Like Science? with Robin Ince

This week’s episode features Robin Ince, an English comedian, actor and writer who uses wit and humour to talk about challenging topics. Together with physicist Brian Cox he hosts the BBC radio show The Infinite Monkey Cage in which they bring science into the conversation. Listen in to hear Robin’s valuable perspective on matters such  …


60. Ketamine, Cannabis and Alcohol with Prof Celia Morgan

What do Ketamine, Alcohol and Cannabis all have in common…not much, other than they are all up for discussion in this episode of the Drug Science Podcast! This week we’re talking about ketamine with Professor Celia Morgan, a Professor of Psychopharmacology at the University of Exeter and the academic lead for Exeter Translational Addiction Partnership  …


59. How to Become a Psychedelic Therapist? - With Dr Rosalind Watts

 Who is Dr Rosalind Watts?  Dr Rosalind Watts is one of the most prominent clinical psychologists in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy. In today’s episode of the podcast, Dr Watts will explain exactly how she managed to be at the epicentre of UK psychedelic research. Dr Watts is a clinical psychologist, a mother, and a nature lover.  …


58. The Black Review with Dame Carol Black

  Who is Dame Carol Black?  Professor Dame Carol Black studied history at Bristol University, then worked as a schoolteacher, however, in 1965 Black enrolled as a mature student to study medicine which she graduated from at the age of 30. During her career she’s been an advisor for the government on issues such as the relationship between  …