Our work around talking about mental health and reaching out if something isn't quite right continues today with Osher.
You might know Osher Günsberg as Andy G or Andrew G depending on which era you're talking about.
The Osher we talk to today is a very different person to the bloke Andy G was. He's a very different guy to Andrew G, but again, this bloke has a story, and he was in Robinvale briefly to tell his story about mental illness and how it's affected his life and his families lives.
Osher could not have been more accomodating, more welcoming and more fantastic with the people that came along to the RDHS & FRRR Mental Health Forum at the Community Centre tonight, and he did not by any stretch, have to have a conversation in a car with me, but he did, and he is ever so complimentary about our humble little podcast at the end, so listen to til the end, because to be honest, from one radio head to another, I'm chuffed.
If you or someone you love is struggling with some mental health issues, please reach out to someone and talk, even if it is to the person on the other end of the phone at Lifeline - 13 11 14.
Feel free to have a listen to Osher's own podcast which is FANTASTIC, and part of the Podcast One Network, so far better quality that this one, but we're trying and you keep listening, so we'll keep doing it. Thank you.
Osher's podcast - Better Than Yesterday is here on Apple Podcasts