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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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Jun 25, 2023

In this episode we talk about Street Art with Dr Reuben Woods, who is the creative director of Watch this Space.  We talk about what "Art" even is, as well as the growth of the street art movement in Christchurch after the earthquakes here in 2011.  We also talk about Reuben's life and how he came to do his PHD on this...

Jun 20, 2023

I really enjoy other podcasts and am happy to feature an episode from another one - The 232 Degrees Podcast by my friends Sean Barnes and Carl Davidson.  If you like Seeds I think you will like their one too so check out this episode as a sample, which is all about Dr Seuss!  They have two seasons of content so find...

Jun 18, 2023

Gareth is the country lead for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance Aotearoa and in this conversation we talk about that movement, system change and politics.  He also shares his life story and childhood, his work as an activist with Greenpeace before a career in politics for 10 years as an MP, writing a book about...

Jun 12, 2023

Ths is the audio of two articles I wrote recently on the Christchurch startup scene - they really are a two part of one whole, so thought I would read them both out for Seeds.  

Article 1: The Christchurch Startup Ecosystem Grows Up published by ChristchurchNZ:

Jun 10, 2023

Mitch Shaw is a co-founder of Upstream, a business which harnesses the power of social procurement to fund charities.  With around $250,000 given out already, it is an impressive example of innovation in a start-up which merges business, charity and philanthropy.  Wearing my other hat as a lawyer I helped them set up 5...