After last week’s 7 Signs of Digital Happiness, Matt Armitage has decided he’s the Audio Buzzfeed. As the year comes to a close and we start to gaze morosely at the miasma of 2018, we’re looking at the next big thing, Mattsplained.
The death toll of activists killed for defending environmental and human rights have steadily climbed in recent years. 2016 was recorded as the most violent year yet, with over 200 deaths officially reported. We speak to environmental journalist Fred Pearce, about the recent death of Bill Kayong, a political activist who fought to protect the lands and rights of the Dayak community in Sarawak.
The episode where Uma - and special guests Iain McNally and Bahir Yeusuff - aren't shy with how they feel about the beleaguered follow up to Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Siam Organic is a Thailand-based social enterprise with a mission to help small scale Thai farmers grow their way out of poverty by providing them with high-grade organic seeds and applying innovation in their agriculture techniques. We speak to Peetachai “Neil” Dejkraisak, a co-founder of Siam Organic about his business and the Jasberry brand.
Istvan talks about: -How the traditional petrol station has evolved into a convenience retail store for consumers -Shell's partnership with Ferrari and Ducati and how that impacts the performance of their fuels and lubricants -How Shell is moving to take advantage of new technologies powering cars and its acquisitions this year -Shell's focus on talent development
The episode where Uma welcomes special guest Alvy Ray Smith, the co-founder of Pixar, for a conversation about the Pixar story, the truth about Steve Jobs, and about being on the frontier of digital animation.