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nomakeupcomedy Sep 13
Replying to @trekstock
I haven’t heard all of because I have those self same convos and support from my crew - it gives you more than an inkling about what it’s like having
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ECBC 🐝❤️ Sep 17
It's hard not to get emotional listening to and talking about on . haven't listened to the podcast before but I am definitely now. What a lovely, honest podcast and I am an emotional wreck right now. 💛
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Jane Garvey Sep 5
The brilliance of & her podcast meant I thought I knew her. So sad today. Love to her husband, son, & many many friends at .
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Molly Forbes Sep 5
Listened to podcast on my run today. What inspirational, funny and brilliantly honest ladies. ♥️
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Yorkshire Cancer Sep 5
We're saddened to hear about Rachael Bland's death. She was an honest voice for people living with cancer talking frankly on death, pain & intimacy. If you or someone you know is living with cancer, why not take a listen to her podcast
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BBC_HaveYourSay Sep 6
"The most honest broadcasting I've ever heard" ❤ Three people affected by cancer celebrate the podcast
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Charlie Simpson Sep 5
Really sad to to hear that. I listened to one of Rachel’s pod cast’s this week and was amazed at how charming, funny and gracious she was in the face of such tragic circumstances. Such a strong women. Rest In Peace. ♥️
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Shelagh Fogarty Aug 19
“I think I want Greg around at my death” says ⁦⁩ on Laugh out loud funny, human to its fingertips. Do podcasts have fingertips?
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Karen Sep 5
This is so sad, RIP Rachael
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The Latte Lounge Sep 5
So very very sad, our thoughts go out to Rachael’s family -she inspired so many with her amazing podcasts - ‘You, Me And The Big C. Only 40 years young, so tragic but she has left behind the most amazing legacy. 😞
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Shannon Healy Sep 11
i honestly thought you had to have cancer to listen to but i have now listened to them all, what is most striking is Rachel’s beautiful laugh
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Anna Pykett Sep 6
Listening to this on the train. Laughing & crying at the same time. Hats off to you’ve done proud. So so much love. ❤️
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Liz O'Riordan Sep 5
In keeping with the amazing girls and in memory of I am determined to look glamorous when I have ovaries whipped out on Friday
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ScarletBegonia Aug 30
Thursday morning is my favourite commute of the week, is it weird that I look forward so much to the company of three lovely ladies I've never met?
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Sarah Sep 5
Such sad news, her podcast was inspirational
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❤🏉Tigersbabe2006🐯⚽ Sep 7
I found after had died. Wish I had known about it when I was diagnosed with cancer a few months ago but I suppose the idea behind it was to help ppl when needed. Just wanted to say thanks to Racheal for helping me. Love to Steve & Freddie x
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Andrea Catherwood Sep 4
Here’s how ⁦ has touched so many lives. It might also make you cry.
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Karin Hughes Sep 5
So very sad to hear the news about Rachael Bland this morning, I will continue listening and learning and trying to pass those lessons she taught us with such humour and warmth on to my children in her memory
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Sarah Ransome Sep 8
For Rachael, who shone a light into the darkest corners of Cancer. Yours was a life of dignity,love,laughter & meaning. So many tears right now, but fly high Rach - your legacy lives on. Love & Prayers to Steve and Freddie
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Kerry Lenihan Sep 5
Gosh so sad to hear of Rachael Bland's passing today. Such an incredibly strong woman.
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