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Welcome to seeds, where we talk with people making a positive impact with their lives. 

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Nov 11, 2019

Rebecca connects people and through that weaves community across traditional divides.  She does this through starting her own initiatives as well as supporting others with theirs.  The number of people she mentions in this interview who have helped her or been involved in different things is an indication of the...


Nov 4, 2019

Alina Siegfried is an Impact Storyteller, Narrative Strategist, and award-winning Performance Poet. She is passionate about arts, storytelling and narrative as a tool to inspire systems-level change.  In this interview we talk about her background and how she became a poet and what it means to draw out people's stories...


Nov 2, 2019

In next week's episode we will hear from Alina Siegfried a performance poet and impact storyteller.  She read this poem during the interview and so this is a preview of what is to come.

I think poetry helps us reimagine our world so appreciate the chance to use this platform to share a poem like this. 

This poem was...


Oct 28, 2019

Angela is a speech and language therapist who works with people who have communication difficulties following brain injuries or disease through Cantabrainers Choir.  Cantabrainers helps people with neurological conditions to find their voice again.  In this interview we talk with Angela about her early days in...


Oct 25, 2019

In this intertalk we speak 100 years after the original interview with Ron Park.  We sit down with Ron Park jr, the great grandson of Ron Park (named after his great grandfather), and reflect on what our grandparents had discussed way back in 2019 on seeds podcast.

(Yes, you need an imagination to listen to this...