In this episode, Richard Dunne speaks to Muhammed Foulds, raptor biologist, human ecologist, Head of Multi Faith Chaplaincy and Senior Imam in the Ministry of Justice Prison Service.
Tune in to listen to our conversation with Abby Evans, who we were excited to welcome to the podcast after seeing her talk about her love of Nature and permaculture on Gardeners’ World.
In this episode, we spoke to Barney Swan, a polar explorer and Nature-based solutions expert who is currently leading a restoration project in Daintree, Australia – the world’s oldest rainforest and home to a unique range of flora and fauna.
Satish Kumar speaks about how he finds hope and joy each day and shares how his love for Nature and other human-beings has provided inspiration for his life-long activism.
Richard Dunne talks to best-selling, British author, Isabel Losada. They discuss how we can employ more environmentally friendly habits in our lives, whilst embracing joy and happiness.
In this episode Richard Dunne talks to Waqās Ahmed, a founder and CEO of the DaVinci Network, a global movement that aims to catalyse a cultural paradigm shift, away from hyper-specialisation and ‘silo culture’, towards the encouragement of connection-making between different fields, disciplines and cultures.
In the sixth episode of the Future of Education podcast series, Richard Dunne talks to Mary Colwell, the award winning author, producer and campaigner for Nature, who spearheaded the establishment of the Natural History GCSE.
Donna Edmonds shares her experiences in her teaching career and her transformative visit to one of the Farms for City Children sites.
In the fourth episode of our podcast series, Richard is joined by Dame Alison Peacock, chief executive of the Chartered College of Teaching and a former teacher and headteacher
In the third episode of our podcast series, Richard is joined by George Lamb, TV and radio presenter and a co-founder of Wildfarmed and GROW.
In our second podcast episode, Richard Dunne, is joined by former Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening.
In our first episode Richard is joined by home and flexi-schooling advocate Sian Goodspeed, who is also Founder of Flying Start Tuition and a former primary school teacher.
Richard Dunne speaks to Advisor to The Harmony Project, Professor David Cadman.
In this podcast, Richard Dunne talks to Pramisha Thapaliya – a passionate climate justice and sustainable food systems advocate from Nepal.
In this episode, Richard Dunne speaks to the founder of Square Food Foundation, Barny Haughton.
In this podcast Richard speaks to Catherine Smith, Headteacher at Damers First School in Dorset.
In this episode, Richard Dunne speaks to co-founder of the Eden Project, Sir Tim Smit.
In this podcast, Richard speaks to Serena Murdoch, a 16 year old from Kent, passionate about climate justice and environmental activism.
In this podcast, Richard speaks to Professor Yoshiyuki Nagata, Vice Director of the Sacred Heart Institute for Sustainable Futures (SHISF) in Tokyo.
In this episode, Richard Dunne speaks to Tessa Willy, the Co-Programme Lead of the Primary PGCE at UCLs Institute of Education.
In this podcast, Richard Dunne speaks to Nizam Uddin, Senior Head of Mosaic and Community Integration at The Prince’s Trust.
In this episode, Richard Dunne speaks to Headteacher and CEO of Values Based Education, Bridget Knight.
Richard Dunne speaks to an important guest – Lord John Bird, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Big Issue.
Richard Dunne talks to Forest School Association Director and trainer Sarah Lawfull.
Richard Dunne speaks to Sir Anthony Seldon, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Buckingham.