Some Stutter, Luh! is Newfoundland and Labrador’s first podcast about living with communication differences.

Join host, Greg O’Grady, as he speaks with people living with speech and language challenges, and others such as speech-language pathologists, researchers, educators and family members.

We use inclusive language and themes to help rebuild confidence and hope by dismantling myths, stigma, stereotypes and barriers.

Episodes are posted here each Sunday morning.

SSL-S5E10-Dr. Hazel Price
Description: Some Stutter, Luh! Welcomes Dr. Hazel Price, a lecturer in English language at the University of Salf...
July 12, 2024
SSL-S5E8: Kris Conlin
Description: Some Stutter, Luh! welcomes Kris Conlin who shares her personal experience with dyscalculia. She emph...
July 12, 2024
SSL-S5E8: Helme Ayad
This episode of SSL! presents Helme’s journey from misdiagnosis to proper treatment of Wilson's disease, whi...
June 13, 2024
S5E7: Stef Lebsack
About Steff: I am a speech-language pathologist who stutters in the United States. My brother has stuttered since ...
June 03, 2024
S5E6: Amir Hossein
This episode was recorded in Persian. An English translation is provided on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtuhttps://www.youtube.com/@somestutterluh

This special episode of SSL! podcast presents the cultural perceptions of stuttering in Iran. As a person who stutter, a speech therapist and the founder of the first stuttering-focused startup in Iran, GREEN SPEECH, Amir covers various aspects of stuttering, including personal experiences, societal perceptions, treatment approaches, the role of awareness, and the importance of self-acceptance. Let’s listen to someone who made his stuttering to a stepping stone to success! Notes: Amir Hossein, as a PWS, a speech therapist and founder of Green Speech, discusses his personal journey with stuttering. He shares his experiences with stuttering from childhood through adulthood, detailing the reactions of family, peers, and professors. Amir emphasizes the importance of self-acceptance and open communication about stuttering to reduce stigma and improve quality of life. As student of speech therapy at University of Michigan, he also addresses the differences in cultural attitudes towards stuttering between Iran and America, highlighting the need for awareness and support for people who stutter. In his role as a speech therapist and startup founder, Amir aims to provide resources, support, and education to both individuals who stutter and professionals in the field and he emphasizes on the importance of early intervention. He encourages those who stutter to seek help and take action towards improving their speech, stressing that stuttering does not define one's worth or capabilities. Website: https://somestutterluh.ca/ Anchor: https://anchor.fm/somestutterluh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/somestutterpodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/somestutterluhpod/ Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80ZDk5ZjhhYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/some-stutter-luh Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/f104pr7u Radiopublic: https://radiopublic.com/some-stutter-luh-Ww7lXa Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5f9V7PkdfcPPOBSc7WNsBf #stuttering #podcast #speech #language #disability #Iran #Persian #Newfoundland #Labrador #Communication

May 15, 2024
S5E5: Mounah Bizri
Description: This bilingual episode of SSL! Podcast narrates Mounah Bizri’s inspiring journey who overcame disabEloquence de la Différence”. The program started in Paris and has since expanded to 5 cities, welcoming individuals with various disabilities such as stuttering, Down's syndrome, autism, and deafness, blindness, since they focus on people not disabilities. The program provides support for individuals to improve their communication skills and embrace their unique way of speaking. Mounah’s story exemplifies the transformative power of self-acceptance, resilience, and the importance of embracing diversity in communication initiatives.

March 01, 2024
S5E4: A Special Valentine's Day Episode
Greg chats with Carolina and Sang, a long distance couple who were brought - and kept - together by stuttering. ...
February 14, 2024
S5E3: Sean BW Parker
S5E3: Sean BW Parker  Description: In this episode, Some Stutter, Luh! welcomes Sean BW Parker, a British writer,Ted Talk on stammering and creativity, Sean BW Parker was inspired to write his autobiography on the subject, titled "Compelling Speech: The Stammering Enigma”.  Using a fun language in this book, Sean tracks the social and cultural-political context of communication differences through the cultural lens. Sean discusses the origins of his stammer, attributing it to a mix of genetic factors, upbringing, and personal experiences. Pointing to his personal journey with stammering, he reflects on the interplay between nature and nurture. Defining natural fluency as the ease of communication, Sean suggests that if one can stammer easily, it can be considered a form of fluency. Through the concept of "Stammering Pride," he explores how confidence and directness can, at times, reduce stammering. Sean believes in the multifaceted nature of people who stammer and encourages individuals not to limit themselves based on their speech impediment. Discussing reviews of his book, he particularly values feedback from Jack Nicholas and Joann Williams, appreciating reviews that acknowledge the complexity and interest in his writing rather than providing simplistic praise. Finally, Sean emphasizes the importance of embracing the present moment, minimizing expectations, and the value of thinking less.

January 24, 2024
My Tears Are My Voice
Today, October 22, 2020 is International Stuttering Awareness Day (ISAD). I’d like to take a few moments out of...
October 22, 2023
S5E2: Mental health & communication dif...
Transcript: S5E2 Kellina Powell.docx Description: In this episode of Some Stutter Luh! we welcome Kellina Powell, S5E2 Kellina Powell.docx

Description: In this episode of Some Stutter Luh! we welcome Kellina Powell, a writer, professional coach and advocate specializing in mental health and empowerment for young adults with disabilities. Kellina shares her journey and lived experiences as a hard of hearing individual. She became a coach to empower young adults with disabilities, especially in the deaf community. So, be all ears to DEAF QUEEN BOSS who believes that we must live life to the fullest!

Notes: Kellina Powell is a passionate advocate for people with disabilities, particularly in the deaf community. She became a professional coach and advocate specializing in mental health and empowerment for young adults with disabilities due to her personal experiences and a desire to make a difference.

Kellina believes communication is about being flexible in order to really understand a person’s voice. In her book "Every Day I Am Just Deaf: Life in a Hearing World with Deaf Queen Boss," Kellina shares her daily experiences as a deaf individual in a hearing world. The book discusses various aspects of her life, including relationships, mental health, and the challenges of communication. It aims to raise awareness and promote understanding of the deaf community's challenges and abilities.

As a professional coach and advocate specializing in mental health and empowerment, she can provide valuable support to individuals in the stuttering community. She can assist them in building self-esteem, improving mental health, enhancing employment opportunities, and boosting overall quality of life. Kellina uses techniques like role-playing and goal setting to help clients gradually become more comfortable with communication, including phone calls.

At the end of the interview, Kellina emphasizes the need for better support systems and government policies to assist people with disabilities and mental health concerns. She also encourages people to live life to the fullest, let go of negativity, and have fun.

Kellina's book is available here: https://www.indigo.ca/en-ca/everyday-i-am-just-deaf-life-in-a-hearing-world-with-deaf-queen-boss/9781778112102.html

October 20, 2023
S5E01: Stuttering Around the World, Par...
This special episode of Some Stutter Luh! welcomes individuals who stutter from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrhttps://www.amazon.com/Disability-Dif...

September 22, 2023
Say My Name
A special episode of Some Stutter, Luh! to raise awareness of the Newfoundland and Labrador Stuttering Association...
September 21, 2023
A Messsage From Our Host, Greg O'Grady
Season 4 is complete! In Season 5, SSL! gets "blocked". Listen as Greg explains.
August 25, 2023
Echoed Words
Some Stutter, Luh! welcomes Aaron Silverthorne, Judith Silverthorne, and Jayan Juneja for a conversation about stuSilverlight Productions whose latest documentary is called Echoed Words. This half hour documentary takes "a powerful first-person perspective on the impacts of a person’s life who stutters, and how to find ways to manage the disorder to ease their everyday life." 

Judith is an author and television documentary producer who is passionate about hearing and sharing the stories of others.

Jayan is the star of Echoed Words and is a high school senior applying for engineering school. 

During this episode, Aaron and Jayan share their personal experiences as people who stutter, and the three guests discuss the impact of stuttering on their lives. The episode also touches on the importance of seeking help and the hope that there is for those who stutter. 

Echoed Words makes it's broadcast premiere on August 31, 2023 at 7:00 PM Eastern Time on on AMI. Produced/Directed/Written by Aaron Silverthorne and Judith Silverthorne; with Cinematographer and Editor Tony Quiñones, and assistant videographer Nicholas Hotte. Produced by Silverlight Productions Inc for AMI with additional funding support of Creative Saskatchewan. #Creativesaksaskatchewan #documentary #stuttering #Silverlight Productions Inc #ISTAR

Click here for the transcript of this episode.

August 25, 2023
Interview with Lee Lovett, founder of W...
A frank discussion about stopping stuttering.
August 02, 2023
“Don’t be your own obstacle.”
Danny. 34. Connecticut. I struggled with stuttering for 15 years. I surprisingly started at age 18 which is late s...
June 04, 2023
Stuttering *IS* Neurodivergence
Brian Woo is an ADHDer who stutters. Since being involved in both the Disability Community and the Neurodivergent ...
May 28, 2023
Interview with Dr. Simone Falk
Today, Some Stutter, Luh! welcomes Dr. Simon Falk, a trained linguist and an associate professor in neurolinguisti...
May 21, 2023
Chad Feehan Returns!
May 14, 2023
Interview with Terry Campbell
Join us for a unique and compelling look at the stuttering experience, and stuttering assessments and therapy tech...
May 07, 2023
Interview with Amanda Tiller-Hackett
In this episode, Amanda considers the origins of her feelings of shame, and the life events that inspired her to l...
April 30, 2023
Interview with Philip Rodrigues
Philip Rodrigues was born and lives in Toronto, to two Portuguese immigrants who were fluent in English. Philip is...
April 23, 2023
Interview with Farrah Sattaur
Farrah grew up in Toronto has had hearing loss and sever stuttering since age 4 . She enjoys reading and doing res...
April 16, 2023
Glenn Roy Blundon's Legacy
Glenn Roy Blundon was a student at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) whose advocacy broke new ground for s...
April 02, 2023
The "f" Word
 Is “fluency” the goal for people who stutter? In this episode Greg holds a panel discussion to find out how ...
March 26, 2023
Interview with Marni and Lori
Lori Scott-Sulsky is the senior clinician and subject matter expert for the Stuttering Program at the Speech and SSpeech and Stuttering Institute, in Toronto. She has dedicated her practice to stuttering for more than 20 years. Marni Kinder is a Speech-Language Pathologist at The Speech and Stuttering Institute, where she has spent the past 14 years working exclusively with People Who Stutter in both individual and group treatment programs.  Greg has been involved with The SSI as a client and as a volunteer since the mid 1980's and received treatment from Lori and Marni for his severe stuttering over these years.

March 19, 2023
Interview with Cara Bennett
Cara Bennett is a Stutter Warrior, wife, mother of two boys and step mom to a daughter. A Registered Nurse of 20 y...
March 12, 2023
Interview with Jeff Gibellina
Jeff Gibellina is happily married to his wife Emily of 11+ years with three kiddos, Charlie (9), Peter (4), and KaSpotify or post your response on our Instagram and Youtube channels! We'll discuss the results on a future episode of SSL!

March 05, 2023
A Special Episode on Stuttering and Dat...
Welcome to a special Valentine’s Day episode of Some Stutter, Luh! Naturally, this episode is about stuttering a...
February 12, 2023
Interview with Michael Wright
Michael Wright is from the UK and works within the Nuclear Sector at Sellafield as a Planning Engineer.Two years a...
November 06, 2022
Interview avec / Interview with Genevi...
Elle-même une personne qui bégaie, Geneviève Lamoureux s’implique dans la communauté bègue depuis plusieurs

Geneviève is also a doctoral candidate in speech-language pathology at the Université de Montréal, where she is conducting research on the (self-)stigmatization of people who stutter. She holds a professional master's degree in speech-language pathology and a degree in English and French translation and literature.

Transcription / Translation available here. 

October 30, 2022
Interview with Brian Woo
Brian Woo is a Social Service Worker student, studying part-time at Durham College. He has worked with people with@StutterLoudly and his Instagram @StutteringLoudly. Brian has volunteered at the Abilities Church, DramaWay, and was a Planning Committee Member of the "Simply People" Disability Pride Celebration and the "A Million Things I Need to Say" Walk for Stuttering Awareness. Brian's early volunteer work taught him that identifying as a Disabled or Neurodivergent person is not something to be ashamed of. We all have our own gifts & talents and we all want a world that is inclusive & accessible.

Some Stutter, Luh! is working on providing transcripts of all of our episodes. We are currently working on Brian's episode and while we have some work to do, we wanted to share it with our listeners. To read along, click here. 

October 23, 2022
Interview with Cody Joy
Cody is always seeking after that next new experience. An avid traveler, hiker, and coffee aficionado, Cody works ...
October 16, 2022
Interview with Ashlie Khaladkar
Around the 15 month mark, Ashlie noticed her son wasn't as verbally communicative as his sister at the same age. AYoutube page or listen to it on our Anchor page. Check out every past episode in our archives at somestutterluh.ca, and catch the latest updates via Instagram.

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October 10, 2022
Interview with Steven Hiscock
In SSL! episode (S3:E17) Greg speaks with Steven Hiscock. Steven works with the Burgeo Broadcasting Station. GrowiBurgeo Broadcasting Station. Growing up in Burgeo, NL he never imagined he would become an on-camera personality. As a child Steven stuttered; so interviewing people was not a career path he envisioned at all. He was bullied and made fun of a lot. Over time Steven has learned a few tricks to help manage his stutter. Steven says that it’s all about your breathing when you talk and along with a few more tricks.

There is a great article about Steven published in SALTWIRE NL by Rosalyn Roy Posted: May 7, 2019.

Steven's community, Burgeo, was affected by last month's Hurricane Fiona. For more info, check out "Steve Hiscock from the Burgeo Broadcasting System... report[s] on the wreckage of Fiona on the ground in Burgeo." from The St. John's Morning Show from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights).

October 02, 2022
Interview with Dr. Valerie Freeman
Dr. Freeman is an assistant professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at Oklahoma State UniverClick here for more information about the Deaf Experience, Deaf expression Project.

September 25, 2022
Interview with Caroline Bredeson and Ju...
Caroline Bredeson recently retired from her private practice in stuttering therapy in Ottawa, Ontario and has...
September 18, 2022
Interview with Kim Block
In this episode Greg speaks with Kim Block, a full-time student at Simon Fraser University completing a degree in Speaking Up and is author of the children’s book series Adventures of a Stuttering Superhero.

September 11, 2022
Interview with Robert O'Brien
After years of struggling with bullying, depression, suicide, loneliness, and anxiety, Robert was inspired toJust One More Drive: The true story of a stuttering homosexual and his race car. 

Help is available for suicide crisis and prevention.

Get support from a local crisis centre. There is also Talk Suicide Canada (1-833-456-4566), Kids Help Phone, the Hope for Wellness Help Line, and 1 866 APPELLE (277-3553) (Quebec residents), that all offer 24/7 support.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1.

September 04, 2022
Interview with Tom Scharstein
In this episode, Greg speaks with Tom Scharstein, a person who stutters and an entrepreneur from South Florida, US...
August 28, 2022
Interview with Susan Khaladkar
Interview with Susan Khaladkar
August 21, 2022
Interview with Nikhil Bilkha
Interview with Nikhil Bilkha
August 14, 2022
Interview with Mary Wood
After a short summer hiatus, we are back with Mary Wood, who, after her first interview with Greg, published her fBeyond the Fear of Stuttering: My Journey to Self-Acceptance and Freedom.

Join Greg and Mary as they talk about the wonderful life lessons Mary shares in the book, including the powerful role of thought in controlling behaviour as well as what it takes to overcome fear and rejection. Mary challenges us to change our perspectives on how we approach stuttering (she sees it as a GIFT) and discusses her belief that it's not up to others to determine who we are. As a pastor in the Unity Church, Mary reflects on the role of spirituality in stuttering support - forgiveness and gratitude - and how there is so much more to people who stutter than simply stuttering.

Since 1993, Mary has inspired people at conferences in Canada, the United States, parts of Europe, and Great Britain. Currently Mary resides in Lee’s Summit Missouri, USA.

August 07, 2022
Interview with Jenny McGuire
Episode Description Jenny was recent Guest on SSL!  where she was joined by two of her colleagues from the StMy Speech, to discus the great work that this amazing organization is doing.  My Speech is a non profit organization dedicated to providing a bridge to access for people who stutter—otherwise facing barriers of access—to achieve their fullest potential and receive effective speech therapy. During this conversation, Greg managed to get a glimpse of Jenny's lived experience as a PWS.  So, to find out more about Jenny's story Greg thought a SSL! Guest revisit was in order.  Greg was touched by the commitment and work that Jenny has placed on her self care journey to accept and embrace her stutter


Jenny McGuire is a person who stutters and a vociferous advocate for the stuttering community.  Jenny’s journey as a stutterer has been marked by many different speech therapy experiences. Most of these therapies taught her behaviors intended to mask her stutter–spoiler, these tricks never worked when she needed them most–but did little to address the spate of adverse cognitive and affective effects of stuttering. ARTs (avoidance reduction therapy for stuttering) with Vivian Sisskin changed the trajectory of Jenny’s life. Through ARTs group therapy Jenny learned that a distinction can be drawn between the problem of stuttering and the act of stuttering. Having some dysfluencies when she spoke was not ruining her life, but her avoidance of stuttering along with constant negative thoughts and feelings about stuttering sure were. Through hard work, doing the things she didn’t want to do, and leveraging the loving support of a wonderful group therapy community, Jenny climbed out of the darkness that is the problem of stuttering.

As Executive Director My Speech, Jenny can’t think of anything she feels more passionately about than removing barriers so that others–particularly individuals from underserved communities– may find a way out of the darkness and live full, joyful lives, stuttering and all. My Speech touches the part of her that knows that everything is more tolerable and manageable within the context of a supportive community, and she looks forward to connecting stutterers with “their people” so that they may continue to thrive in the long term.

June 26, 2022
Stuttering, Mental Health, and Self Car...
Stuttering, Mental Health, and Self Care
June 19, 2022
Interview with Dr. Samantha Shune and M...
Dr. Samantha Shune is an associate professor and the director of the Communication Disorders and Sciences Program ...
June 12, 2022
My Speech App (formerly Stuttering Scho...
In this week's episode, Greg talks to Nathan Mallipeddi, Jenny McGuire, and Nikhil Bilkha from MySpeechApp.org (prUS President Joe Biden.

June 05, 2022
Interview with Jessica Deluce
Jessica Deluce completed her undergrad at Wilfrid Laurier University in Business with a specialization in Human Re...
May 29, 2022
Interview with Dr. Jesse Harris
What is a linguist? We know it has something to do with languages, right? Well, Dr. Jesse Harris is one and in thi...
May 22, 2022
Interview with Dr. Janet Tilstra
In this episode Greg has an exciting and informative conversation with Dr. Janet Tilstra, PhD CCC-SLP. DuringFrom Speech Helper to Ally. This article recognizes the need for developing a greater understanding of the psychological effects and emotions associated with communication disorders in order to encourage professionals in the field to incorporate counselling strategies in their clinical interactions. This article identifies a stuttering paradigm shift from a clinical focus to ally: a clinician changes her own perceptions of speech fluency and encourages others to re-examine theirs.

Dr. Tilstra is a speech-language pathologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Disorders at St Cloud State University, St Cloud, Minnesota (USA). She completed her undergraduate and Master’s degree in speech-language pathology at the University of Iowa and PhD in educational psychology at the University of Minnesota.  Dr. Tilstra teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on stuttering, language development/disorders and research methods. She is an active clinical supervisor and passionate ally dedicated to amplifying the voices of people living with communication differences and disorders. She enjoys mentoring students, consulting with non-profit agencies, and designing innovative training models.

Enjoy their conversation.

May 15, 2022
Interview with Casey Dumaresq
In the first episode of season 3, Greg speaks to Casey Dumaresq about his most fluent and severe phases of stutterCasey Dumaresq about his most fluent and severe phases of stuttering, the exact moment when he felt that he had a speaking challenge for the first time, and why he was not diagnosed with a fluency disorder. He also discusses careers that a person who stutters might pursue. All this and much more! 

About Casey: Casey Dumaresq is a gay person who stutters and a Speech-Language Pathologist. Casey grew up in rural New Brunswick, and went to graduate school in Halifax. He now lives in Toronto with his husband. Casey leads a stuttering support group in downtown Toronto (currently on pause due to the Covid-19 pandemic), and previously served on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Stuttering Association. These days, Casey finds himself in a mostly-fluent phase of life, and looks forward to discussing his current place in the stuttering community.

May 08, 2022
Season 2 Finale
Hard to believe it but we've reached our final episode of Season 2! Join the production team as they discuss new t...
March 14, 2022
Interview with Penny Welch-West
Today, Greg and Katelyn are chatting with Penny Welch-West!  Penny Welch-West is a medical Speech-Language Pa...
March 06, 2022
Interview with Andrea Power
On today’s episode, Greg and Katelyn are chatting with Andrea Power! Andrea attended the Walk/Run event in 2018 ...
February 27, 2022
Interview with Saran Croos
On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn are speaking with Saran Croos!  Saran is the Engineering and Computer Sc...
February 20, 2022
Interview with Carolina and Sang (A Val...
For our special Valentine's day episode, we are welcoming back Carolina Ayala, who is joined by her partner Sang!&...
February 14, 2022
Interview with Dr. David Luterman
Today, Greg and Katelyn are chatting with Dr. David Luterman!  Dr. Luterman is an audiologist who has made in...
February 06, 2022
Interview with Martha Horrocks
On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn are speaking with Martha Horrocks!  Martha, also known as @martha_speech...
January 30, 2022
Interview with Paige Smith
Today, Greg and Katelyn are speaking with Paige Smith!  Paige is a person who stutters and has spent her adul

Music: Luca Dinu

Production Team: Melanie Crane, Emily Murphy, Luca Dinu, Katelyn Mayo, Greg O'Grady, Dr. Paul De Decker

January 23, 2022
Interview with Dr. Rachel Goldenberg
Today Greg and Katelyn are chatting with Dr. Rachel Goldenberg, one of Katelyn's classmates!  Dr. Rachel Gold...
January 16, 2022
Interview with Tightrope Improv Theatre
Our first interview of 2022 and our first group interview! Today, Greg and Katelyn are chatting with Wendy, Dan, a...
January 09, 2022
Interview with Mary Wood
On today's episode, we are welcoming Mary Wood!  Mary is a person who stutters and has had lots of experience...
December 05, 2021
Interview with Dr. Ronan Miller
Today, Greg and Katelyn are speaking with Dr. Ronan Miller!  Ronan is a person who stutters, an English forei...
November 29, 2021
Interview with Dr. Mark Onslow
Today, Greg and Katelyn are welcoming Dr. Mark Onslow!  Dr. Onslow is the Foundation Director of the Australi...
November 21, 2021
Interview with Dan Rossi
In today’s episode, Katelyn and Greg are welcoming back Dan Rossi! Dan Rossi is a digital marketer...
November 14, 2021
Interview with Jordi Fernandez
On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn welcome Jordi Fernandez!  Jordi is originally from Spain but lives in th...
November 07, 2021
Interview with Ryan Cowley
On today’s episode, Greg and Katelyn are welcoming back Ryan Cowley!  Ryan was our very first guest on SSL!

Music: Luca Dinu

Production Team: Luca Dinu, Dr. Paul De Decker, Greg O'Grady, Melanie Crane, Emily Murphy, Katelyn Mayo

November 01, 2021
Interview with John Paskievich
On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn are chatting with John Paskievich!  John is a filmmaker and person who s

Music: Luca Dinu

Production Team: Katelyn Mayo, Greg O'Grady, Dr. Paul De Decker, Melanie Crane, Emily Murphy, Luca Dinu

October 24, 2021
Interview with Eddie Läck
On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn are chatting with a very exciting guest, Eddie Läck!  Eddie is a Swedis...
October 17, 2021
Interview with Laura Tulk
On this episode, we are very excited to be chatting with our friend, Laura Tulk!  Laura is currently in her s

Music: Luca Dinu

Production Team: Luca Dinu, Dr. Paul De Decker, Katelyn Mayo, Greg O'Grady, Emily Murphy, Melanie Crane 

October 10, 2021
Interview with Brad Glynn
On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn are chatting with Brad Glynn.  Brad is the executive director of CHANNEL...
October 03, 2021
Interview with Amy Bateman
WHAT IS A CDA? On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn chat with Amy about her role as a CDA and the benefit CDAs pro...
September 26, 2021
Interview with Dr. Gerald Maguire
Welcome to Season 2 of Some Stutter, Luh! We are beyond excited to be back for another season and to be kicking it...
September 19, 2021
BONUS EPISODE: Interview with Margit Pu...
For our dedicated listeners, we wanted to upload a bonus episode as a special surprise during our summer break! In...
August 22, 2021
Season 1 Finale
We have reached the end of our first season! To close out, we have members of our production team here to recap th...
July 25, 2021
Interview with Carolina Ayala
In this episode, Greg and Katelyn chat with Carolina Ayala! Carolina is a person who stutters and an active advoca...
July 18, 2021
Interview with Cecil Haire
On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn chat with Cecil Haire!  Cecil Haire is a reporter for CBC news in St. Jo...
July 11, 2021
Interview with Dan Rossi
On today's episode, Greg and Katelyn chat with fellow podcaster Dan Rossi!  Dan Rossi is a digital marketer a

Music: Luca Dinu

Production Team: Dr. Paul De Decker, Luca Dinu, Katelyn Mayo, Emily Murphy, Melanie Crane, Greg O'Grady

July 04, 2021
Interview with April Kennedy
Today, Greg and Katelyn are chatting with April Kennedy.  April is the parent of a person who stutters, and, ...
June 27, 2021
Interview with Dr. Michael Boyle
On today's episode, we are chatting with Dr. Michael Boyle.  Dr. Boyle is a clinical speech-language patholog...
June 20, 2021
Interview with Michael Campbell (featur...
Today, Greg and Katelyn chat with Michael Campbell, as well as a surprise guest, Michael's son Cameron! Michael is...
June 13, 2021
Interview with George Shields
Today we are chatting with George Shields!  George Shields speaks with us about his involvement with the Spee...
June 06, 2021
Interview with Kim Lawlor
Today, Greg and Katelyn chat with Kim Lawlor!  Kim is a Speech-Language Pathologist in Newfoundland. Kim chat...
May 30, 2021
Interview with Ronan Corr
On today’s episode, Greg and Katelyn chat with Ronan Corr! Ronan is a person who stu...
May 23, 2021
Interview with Ryan Gielen
On today's episode we are chatting with Ryan Gielen!  Ryan is a film producer and took on the rolls of producThe Stuttering Association for the Young, based in New York City. Though not a PWS or SLP himself, Ryan's interest in advocating for people who happen to stutter came when he attended the SAY (Stuttering Association for the Young) Gala. Ryan speaks about this experience and what led him to creating this documentary. Throughout the interview, Ryan addresses some of the profound stories he heard from PWS while filming, and how those stories affected him. He chats with Greg and Katelyn about the importance of this documentary, the feedback he has received, and the most rewarding parts of working on this project! Speaking as a person who does not stutter, Ryan shares a wonderful perspective on how to be an ally and an advocate for the stuttering community. 

Music: Luca Dinu

Production Team: Dr. Paul De Decker, Luca Dinu, Emily Murphy, Greg O'Grady, Katelyn Mayo  

May 16, 2021
Interview with Jon Garcin
In today's episode we interview Jon Garcin!  Jon is a person who stutters, a speech-language pathologist, and

Music: Luca Dinu

Production Team: Katelyn Mayo, Dr. Paul De Decker, Luca Dinu, Greg O'Grady 

May 09, 2021
Interview with Lisa Wilder
On today's episode we chat with Lisa Wilder!  Lisa is a writer, graphic designer and artist living in Toronto...
May 02, 2021
Interview with John Gomez
In today's episode we are chatting with John Gomez!  John is a SLP and filmmaker in Los Angeles, California.

Production Team: Katelyn Mayo, Greg O'Grady, Luca Dinu, Dr. Paul De Decker  

April 25, 2021
Interview with Audrey Bigras
In this episode we chat with Audrey Bigras! Audrey is a person who stutters and a member of ABC (Association Béga...
April 18, 2021
Interview with Brent Foote
On today's episode we welcome Brent Foote! Brent is a PWS and has recently become heavily involved with the NLSA! ...
April 11, 2021
Interview with Liz Fagan
On today's episode we hear from Liz Fagan!  Liz is a musician, a writer for Le Gaboteur and is very involved ...
April 04, 2021
Interview with Chad Feehan
On today's episode we are chatting with Chad Feehan!  Chad is a writer, musician & student in Newfoundlan

Music: Luca Dinu

Production Team: Luca Dinu, Dr. Paul De Decker, Katelyn Mayo, Greg O'Grady

March 28, 2021
Interview with Ryan Cowley
On today's episode we are chatting with Ryan Cowley! Ryan is a sportswriter, originally from in St. John's, who gr...
March 21, 2021
The Sociolinguistics of Stuttering
Welcome to our first official episode! On today's episode you'll hear a little more about your hosts (Greg O'Grady...
March 14, 2021
Some Stutter, Luh?
In this week's teaser, we reflect on the name of our podcast and learn a little bit more about where "Some Stutter

Production Team: Greg O'Grady, Luca Dinu, Dr. Paul De Decker, Katelyn Mayo

March 07, 2021
Teaser #2... Meet Luca!
In today's teaser, we hear a little more about the people involved in Some Stutter, Luh! podcast. Team member, Luc...
February 28, 2021
Coming soon... (teaser #1!)
Coming soon... Some Stutter, Luh! Podcast with Greg O'Grady and Katelyn Mayo.  NFLD's first podcast about stu...
February 21, 2021