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Best Richard Atherton podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Richard Atherton podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Being Human is for people who want go deep on what it means to be a human making a difference.We'll discover how to be better humans at work and in life. We’ll explore leadership, relationships and how to make changes in ourselves and our environments. Nothing will be off limits.Welcome.
 
We are introduced to Englishman Dudley Thorpe on the evening of his arrival in California. At a ball, he is introduced to several belles, including the lovely Nina Randolph. Is this the start of something special? Dudley thinks so, but what about Nina? Why won't she open herself up to love? She is obviously attracted to Dudley. What is the dark secret she is hiding? Will it make a difference to Dudley's feelings? Who will be there for her in her time of need? Dudley or her odious cousin, Ric ...
 
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Last month, footballer Marcus Rashford wrote an open letter to MPs calling for them to continue funding free schools meals during the summer holidays. He called for support to a petition started by teenage campaigner Christina Adane, and within hours, the Government responded. All children eligible for free school meals in term time in England woul…
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ My guest this week, Csaba Toth arrived in the UK from Hungary in 2004 with enough money for a couple of nights in a hostel. After a stint in hospitality, Csaba co-created a highly successful table-booking start-up. But despite his academic training in personality differ…
 
The Black Farmer thinks we’re at another #MeToo moment in world history following the death of George Floyd and the protests and discussions about racism it has sparked. For presenter Jaega Wise, it’s the first time in her life she has experienced race being talked about so frankly across society. She talks to three people who have been at the fore…
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ This episode's guest is Nick Bloom, a fellow Brit and professor in economics at Stanford. He's been an avid researcher in remote working since 2014. Pre-COVID likely only 8% of employees worked from home. Nick expects this to be 40% in the aftermath of the pandemic, an …
 
As part of the BBC's Rethink series Dan Saladino asks how we can create a better food future for all in a post-Covid world. Among a cast of experts and activists offering their visions of the future are Microbiome expert and geneticist Professor Tim Spector focuses on diet, nutrition and the lessons learnt during the pandemic. Community cook Dee Wo…
 
Mark Butcher welcomes Phillip DeFreitas, Mark Alleyne, Ebony Rainford-Brent and Raj Tulsiani to discuss the Black Lives Matter movement, how cricket can become more diverse on the pitch and in the boardroom, and the racist abuse DeFreitas suffered during his England career.By Sky Sports
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ On 14 January 2018, as he attempted to board a flight to London, my guest this week, Marek Zmyslowski, felt a hand on his shoulder from the Polish customs agents. His business partner in Nigeria had bribed the local police to get him placed on Interpol's Most Wanted Lis…
 
Remember March? Before the UK lockdown. Remember desolate supermarket shelves? Toilet rolls, eggs, flour nowhere to be found? Where did you turn? Chances are you may have hit the jackpot in your local corner shop.Sales in corner shops and independent grocers were up by 63 per cent in the three months to May according to industry analysts Kantar. Fo…
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ A conversation with Wharton scholar Robert Meyer on his book 'The Ostrich Paradox'. In this episode, we talk: - Why we fail to learn from past disasters - The biases that stop us making investments for the long term - How we can use herding and other biases in our favou…
 
Dan Saladino meets some of the people who turned to seeds and grew food in the lockdown. As well as supermarket panic buying, seed sellers also saw huge spikes in sales. Seed producer David Price describes how, as lockdown approached, orders from customers increased by around 600 per cent. The impact Covid-19 has on food supplies explains some of t…
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ My guest this week on Being Human is Tanmoy Goswami, who holds that rare distinction of being the world's only 'Sanity Correspondent' for, well, The Correspondent. He is a passionate advocate for us talking more openly about mental health. He first got on my radar with …
 
Leyla Kazim meets Bend it like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha, OBE to hear how she uses food to bring her films to life and hears from Nathalie Morris of the British Film Institute about how breakfasts and arguments over butter tell the story in Phantom Thread.With all this food on screen, inevitably we’re left wanting to eat it. Leyla discovers …
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ Author and speaker Daniela Sieff is a former student of evolution under Richard Dawkins. She has turned her attention to trauma and its impacts. She brilliantly articulates the way adverse events and conditions shape our lives and how we can emerge from a Trauma World. …
 
ECB director of special projects Steve Elworthy joins Ian Ward, Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton to discuss the planning that has gone into the scheduled bio-secure Test series against the West Indies, while we also hear from Lancashire director of cricket Paul Allott as Emirates Old Trafford prepares to host two of those Tests, as well as from …
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ This episode is with Phil Driver, author of 'From Woe to Flow: Validating and Implementing Strategies'. In it, he sets a way that anyone can think about strategy based on decades of work with a wide range of organisations. Let Phil take you through a fresh way to think …
 
Alcoholic drinks are not just big business in Britain - they are an essentially social business.Whether it's hitting your local with colleagues after work, raising a reception toast to newly-weds or selecting a favourite bottle to accompany dinner at a special restaurant, those traditional opportunities to buy and sell alcohol have been all but wip…
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ This episode's guest, Michael J. Gelb, has published 17 books, including 'How to Think like Leonardo da Vinci' and 'The Healing Organization', which he co-authored with recent guest Raj Sisodia. He takes the view that our intellects are highly malleable, even into later…
 
PCB chief executive Wasim Khan discusses the possibility of Pakistan touring this summer and if they'd use that to leverage an England tour in 2022. Join Ian Ward, Michael Atherton and Ebony Rainford-Brent as they also they also celebrate Chance to Shine's 15th birthday with CEO Laura Cordingley and focus on Mental Health Awareness Week.…
 
When Joe Wicks, the personal trainer, started making Instagram videos in his kitchen in 2014, he couldn't have imagined he'd become author of the second biggest selling UK cookbook of all time. He built a social media brand with millions of followers, nay disciples, on Instagram and YouTube who came for the quick healthy recipes and online fitness …
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ As well as researching psychological safety with his colleague Amy Edmondson , my guest this week, Mike Lee, Professor in Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, takes a deep interest in how company structure affects how people act. In this episode, we cover: - Psychologica…
 
Making do, digging for victory, the hedgerow harvest, the garden front: food and farming was front and centre during the Second World War, with hearty phrases like these encouraging the population to pull together and do their bit for the national diet.Now, 75 years after Victory in Europe was declared, we’re hearing similar language in political s…
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ A conversation with Dr. David A. Bishop, author of "Metagility: Managing Agile Development for Competitive Advantage". We talk: - How we must now reconsider the Agile Manifesto - The concept of "Agile Vorticity" - How to change as fast as your market - How the rise of s…
 
Leyla Kazim finds the independent spirit of Sheffield’s self-employed ‘little mesters’, who once combined to power the city’s steel industry, is now being channelled into new models for how food and drink can shape the future of cities. To guide her through the city’s story, artist Pete McKee and musician Richard Hawley tell Leyla what food was lik…
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ Author and business philosopher Raj Sisodia is back with a new book, The Healing Organization, which takes a deep look at the role of a business within its community. In this episode, we talk: - The four energies we must balance when building Healing Organisations - Wha…
 
Dan Saladino investigates how the coronavirus crisis has not only resulted in vast amounts of food being wasted but also saved and redirected to feed people in need.The global food system has been exposed to levels of disruption not seen since World War II. According to Andre Laperriere, of the Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN)…
 
> Sign Up For Our Newsletter: http://www.firsthuman.com/being-human-newsletter/ A conversation with Howard Lewis: art collector, investor and YouTube street stunt artist. Although now obviously suspended, he runs OFFLINE, a monthly gathering with a simple aim: to share a meal. The prospect of sharing a refection with anyone beyond our immediate hou…
 
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