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Welcome to Seeds, where we have deep conversations with people making a positive impact with their lives.  Now with more than 300+ interviews and 150,000+ listens...

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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...

Oct 25, 2019

Ron moved at age 8 to New Zealand from Korea and while a University student he founded Kōrure.  In this interview we talk about his memories of arriving in a new country where he did not speak the language, going through difficult times and what he learned from that, the UCE summer startup program and its impact, the...

Oct 21, 2019

John is Director of Educational Engagement at Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Centre. In this interview we talk about his early years and his background that has led to a career looking at how entertainment can intersect with education.  We also talk about John's childhood and experience in France,...

Oct 20, 2019

This is a panel discussion held as part of Impact Week at the end of September 2019 where we looked at what makes Christchurch unique today, how the earthquakes, shootings and fires have shaped that identity and given it an international profile, what we love about living here and what potential there to really embrace...