Why do it then? Instead he is recalling the years in his thirties when he was addicted to cutting his body with a blade. Retrieved 16 December
Rhodes himself is no stranger to psychiatric units, having been in one himself five years ago. Whatever moves you. James also participated and performed at international book festivals in Argentina, Mexico and Colombia. It was during this period that he entered the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition, but failed to make it past the second round.
Rhodes himself is no stranger to psychiatric units, having been in one himself five years ago. Visit our adblocking instructions page. Signum Warner Bros. We are meeting in a café near his home.
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February James Rhodes: the incredible story behind his new documentary 24 July , Updated: 24 July , Telegraph Lifestyle Men Thinking Man. We are meeting in a café near his home. H e litters his conversation and his writing with expletives, his means of conveying as arrestingly as he can what he is describing. There is the endorphin release your body produces to combat pain when you hurt, and you can get slightly high on it. It would be much easier not to write about any of this stuff that happens to me. Gramophone magazine , 25 March
S elf-harm by cutting is one aspect of that on-going struggle. In July , he presented Notes from the Inside, with James Rhodes on Channel 4 as part of their Mad4Music season of programmes, in which each episode featured musicians from across the musical spectrum giving an alternative take on music and what it means to them and others around them; for example the second episode featured Björk being interviewed by Sir David Attenborough. No one else controls the pain.
Retrieved 27 May Rhodes is a close friend of actor Benedict Cumberbatch , who attended Harrow School at the same time as he did. Why be so open, so candid, so courageous? In , mental health issues stopped him taking up a scholarship to the Guildhall.
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