Welcome to the Nutters Club

Welcome to The Nutters Club, an online resource designed to inspire discussion and offer help with all things related to mental health.

You can join the discussion on Facebook
and find us talking it up over at Newstalk ZB.

Founded in 2009 by Mike King, The Nutters Club began life as a radio show which encouraged us all to take ownership of our own mental health.

In the years following we’ve made it to TV, published a book and have a robust Facebook community where people interact every day. This website has been designed to be the hub for all things Nutters Club. Whether you’ve heard us on the radio, found us online or on TV, or if you’ve been referred to this site by your health professional, you are welcome here. 

Nutters Video Clips

From time to time we will be producing new mini episodes of The Nutters Club from our Newstalk ZB studio. You’ll find these and other clips here.

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TV Shows

Seventy five epsidoes of The Nutters Club TV show have been produced on topics such as depression, bipolar disorder, addiction, anxiety and much more.

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Radio Shows

You can catch up on our Newstalk ZB radio show here every week with these podcasts of the entire show.

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Latest TV show

Jim Stanton

Stand-up comedian and stage producer Jim Stanton seems bright and bubbly but ongoing depression almost brought the show to end for this lovely young woman. After moving away from home, Jim struggled to find her feet without her supportive family close by. She shares with Mike King and Dr David Codyre how it took a major crisis for her to seek the help from family and friends that she needed but wouldn't ask for.

Latest radio show

A 12-step Programme of Growth to Maturity

GROW is a volunteer association of people who know they need a stabilising influence to correct a mental, social or spiritual condition in their life and who earnestly desire to change and are willing to help one another grow to personal maturity. Patti Wicksteed shares her journey with the organisation with Hamish-Coleman-Ross and psychotherapist Kyle MacDonald.