I can’t breathe

I have an announcement to make which is about how I have been unwell a long time. If you would like to support me while I take a break from making videos on this channel to recover myself, you can DONATE HERE.

All your support will go into helping me recover from a stressful 2+ year period in which I have had difficulty breathing. Every penny counts and will be spent on restorative hobbies […]

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Thoughts on Accepting Your Friends

When I was growing up I kept bunny rabbits. They were my friends then, and now as an adult most of my friends behave like bunny rabbits. How to handle the unruly and untamed behaviour of one’s rabbit friends!

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Can’t Keep Up: Email Overload!

Here’s a message for you if you’ve written an email and were disappointed that did not receive a reply from me…

Dear Fans,

Sorry I have been ignoring most of your emails. I get so many that I don’t know where to begin. I’d like to be able to reply to you all, but it’s just too much for one person. I get disappointed with myself for not keeping up with my emails but if […]

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My Story as a Speaker: Speech at the University of Hull

Jade Joddle is a YouTube Speaking Skills Specialist. Not a naturally gifted speaker, Jade who has Asperger’s Syndrome, has had to battle her personal speech difficulties on the way to gathering her half a million subscribers. Jade’s message is that if she can learn to speak, you can do it too!

This talk was recording at Hull Public Speaking Society at the University of Hull.

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This Is Me!

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Voice Coaching Chris and Ciara – Radio Interview

A fun interview about the voice, breathing and learning an English accent with ‘The Chris & Ciara show’ on RTÉ Irish Radio:



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Mutes Anonymous

Talking about my 2 and a half years of muteness.

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Jade Joddle Interviewed by New Zealand Radio

I did a really fun and funny interview with hosts Jay-Jay, Dom and Randell from New Zealand’s biggest breakfast radio show. We talk about what makes a seductive, sexy voice. Listen to a three minute clip of our chat by clicking the player below:


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Joddle Vignettes

A selection of scenes featuring words that rhyme, half-rhyme and sound similar to Joddle.

To write your own Joddlish scene write a sentence and include words which rhyme with ‘Joddle’ in the comment box below. 🙂

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New English Lessons Coming Up… Your Lesson Topic Suggestions

I’m preparing a new season of English lessons for my EngVid channel.

Do you have any lesson topic suggestions for me? – Leave a comment below…

BUT NOTE: I won’t be teaching advanced grammar or topics that have already been covered hundreds of times before by other teachers on YouTube. So please only put forward original lesson ideas!

And also before I get started on filming the new lessons, I have to decide whether to return to […]

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A Poem About Me

I was doing some navel gazing and ended up with this poem about me…

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Moshi’s Botty

Moshi’s botty is quite grotty

I’m sorry to say
Let’s put it this way
He’s no friend of the litter tray.

What a dear little kitty you are!
I’d love to give you a kiss-y
Were it not for the fact
Your bum’s a bit shitty.

You’re a fluffy ball of cotton wool
For sure you’re adorable
You’ve charmed your way into our hearts
Although, to be honest, you smell of farts.

Forgive me if this seems rude
The subject is rather crude
But I really don’t know […]

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The Kitten Feeling

A poem about a mood called The Kitten Feeling.

The Kitten Feeling

Heavy lidded eyes
Sad stickiness
The soreness of meowing

Nothing to do
Cocooned in a blanket
Being so comfortable aches

Electric pink sunset
Wet purring in your ear
Time has nowhere to go

From the clouds to your ears
Mewling music descends:
A choir of somnambulistic cats

Get out of feeling
The kitten feeling

Can’t —

Stuck inside fur.

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Changes to My Channel

I’m making some changes to the way I make videos – just wanted to let you know…

Join my accent course — CLICK HERE.

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Pronunciation Practice /ɔɪ/ and /aʊ/ Phonemes

The pronunciation exercise ‘Doyle The Owl’ is to train two main English phonemes (sounds). The sounds are foil /ɔɪ/ and foul /aʊ/. Both of these sounds are diphthongs and therefore can be tricky to pronounce for many non native speakers of English.

To train your accent with me join my Clear Up Your Accent course. CLICK HERE.

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