The podcast episodes below are some of our favourite and have been chosen to reflect the diversity of what we do.  Roll over the icons for more information and simply click to listen

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Neroscientist Anil Seth explores what it means to be concious

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Bee expert Dave Goulson shares his insights about the profound contribution of insects.  

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An anthology of native American stories recorded throughout Canada and the US between 2015 - 2018

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A two part interview with the much loved broadcaster Sir David Attenborough 

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An in depth look at structural violence in the UK and US through the Black Lives Matter network

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A documentary about the solar energy revolution in Kenya and it's relationship with foriegn aid

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Can Alan's relationship with the Amazonian Kambo frog answer his questions about middle age? (in production)

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A documentary about the tradition of Second Line culture (New Orleans) in the era of Donald Trump

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An equiry into Direct Action as an effective way to tackle climate change.  Feat: Naomi Klein 

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Full podcast series 

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10 x 40 min episodes of diverse global narrative featuring world class academics, authors and celebrities.

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26 x 15min episodes.  InHouse: the podcast about creativity and confinement - is a collection of interviews with artists talking about the role creativity played in helping them survive prison and transform their lives.

Arts Council Funded 

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10 x 30 min episodes of academic interview chronicling pathways to greater public impact.

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A series of educational Native American audio narratives produced for the Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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