Half of us will get cancer at some point in our lives. What Matters to Me tells the stories of people with cancer and looks at how Macmillan and the people around us help us live life as fully as we can.
Over the series we’ll invite people living with cancer, their family, their friends and Macmillan professionals to share a glimpse into the ups and downs, the language and taboos, that make living with cancer a journey that matters to us all.
Subscribe to series one on your favourite channel or scroll through the latest episodes below.
Bydd hanner ohonom yn cael canser rhywbryd yn ein bywydau ac mae'r Hyn Sy'n Bwysig i Mi yn adrodd straeon pobl sydd yn byw gyda chanser ac yn edrych ar sut mae Macmillan a'r bobl o'n cwmpas yn ein helpu i fyw bywyd mor llawn ag y gallwn.
Yn y gyfres hon byddwn yn gwahodd pobl sy'n byw gyda chanser, eu teulu, eu ffrindiau a gweithwyr proffesiynol Macmillan i rannu cipolwg ar yr uchafbwyntiau a'r israddau, yr iaith a'r tabŵs sy'n gwneud byw gyda chanser yn daith sy'n bwysig i ni i gyd.
Tanysgrifiwch i gyfres un ar eich hoff sianel, neu sgroliwch drwy'r penodau diweddaraf isod.
Half of us will get cancer at some point in our lives. What Matters to Me is a podcast series which tells the stories of people with cancer and looks at how Macmillan and the people around us help us live life as fully as we can. Subscribe to get new episodes downloaded to your phone, for free, when they are published.
Episode 1: Anna's story
In our first episode we listen to Anna speaking candidly about her experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer some ten years ago.
Having a cancer diagnosis is a very personal thing and we can all react quite differently. In this podcast, Anna, who works for Macmillan, chats with some of her colleagues about her feelings, the challenges the came about, and she shares some of the ups and downs of those early weeks after diagnosis.
Episode 2: Wayne's story
In our second episode we listen to Wayne talking about raising an incredible £200,000 for Macmillan after sadly losing his daughter Rhian to cervical cancer seven years ago when she was just 25.
Wayne, who is a volunteer for Macmillan as well as a supporter, chats about Rhian’s story and how he has given back so much to Macmillan as well as Velindre Cancer Centre in her memory.