The B-Side Podcast Series
The B Side Episode 8: Brent Pope

The B Side Episode 8: Brent Pope

August 27, 2020

Rugby pundit & mental health advocate Brent Pope talks anxiety, empathy, human connection and how together, we can change the culture around mental health. He also shares his favourite poem. 

The B-Side Podcast with Prof Luke O’Neill

The B-Side Podcast with Prof Luke O’Neill

August 21, 2020

Frances chats to world-leading immunologist Professor Luke O'Neill about celebrating the human side of science, finding your purpose, and where he gets his laughs... be sure to listen to the end if you want to find out more about Luke and his musical career! 

 

Blessed are the Cheesemakers - Clip 

 

Reference - David Graeber

The B Side Episode 6:  musical prodigy Min Kym

The B Side Episode 6: musical prodigy Min Kym

August 12, 2020
A child prodigy with a manager of her own at 12, a classical violinist whose heart was broken when her million dollar instrument was stolen - South Korean born Min Kym has an extraordinary story and much to say about things like mentorship, reinventing yourself and letting yourself go. In this interview, she talks about these and more:  the grief she felt after the theft of her Stradivarius, the dynamics of playing as part of an orchestra, her favourite speech (by Susan Cain). We also get to hear her play Brahms Violin Concerto. 
 
The B Side Episode 5:  Mark Little

The B Side Episode 5: Mark Little

August 5, 2020

'It's all about the team'. In this candid interview with the founder of Storyful and co-founder of Kinzen, Mark Little talks about building trust, his admiration for the ideals of Barack Obama, the differences between managers and leaders and the moment when, faced with failure, he realised that collaboration, purpose and empathy are key to driving real change. Mark also shares his favourite speech from Obama 

The B Side Episode 4:  Caroline Casey

The B Side Episode 4: Caroline Casey

July 21, 2020

Social entrepreneur and founder of Valuable500, Caroline Casey is a force of nature whose mission it is to bring about a world in which no-one, regardless of ability/disability, gets left behind.  In this interview, Caroline talks about living creatively, being fully yourself, how Covid has revealed our shared humanity and what that might mean for leadership in the future. 

The B Side Episode 3:  David Rowan, author and technology columnist

The B Side Episode 3: David Rowan, author and technology columnist

July 15, 2020

"It’s not about the tech-it’s about the application of the tech to the way we live and the things we need." In episode 3 of The B Side, technology columnist David Rowan of WiredUK, author of Non-Bullshit Innovation, dispels some common myths about innovation, shares how some of the best companies are innovating differently, and reminisces about how his childhood love of compendiums fostered a love for lists of all kinds. 

Episode 2 with guest Margaret Heffernan, Author of Uncharted

Episode 2 with guest Margaret Heffernan, Author of Uncharted

July 7, 2020

In this candid and open conversation with thought leader Margaret Heffernan, we discuss navigating ambiguity, leadership for the future and the importance and value of understanding your organisation's purpose to society.  

The B-Side Podcast Series with guest Sean Fitzpatrick

The B-Side Podcast Series with guest Sean Fitzpatrick

July 1, 2020

In this relaxed interview, Frances Keane talks to Sean Fitzpatrick about his life including his journey to Captain of the All Blacks, what really matters, leadership, and life-changing events.    

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