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Hi, I'm Rose. Join me one episode at a time as I explore topics, insights, and ideas on self and society, work and career, health and wellness, and so much more. Thanks for listening and let's get started!
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Best-selling author, rock star historian and world-renowned thinker Peter Frankopan introduces his podcast: I’ve Been Thinking...with Peter Frankopan. Peter talks to experts, academics and thinkers about current affairs and cutting-edge research that often do not get covered in the mainstream media.
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UK based drag queens and WOWPresents Network partners Olympia Avalanche and Nova Ginés would like to share with you an extra slice of absolute nonsense that doesn't quite fit on their Youtube channel. For more, check out http://www.youtube.com/novympia
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In the Season Two finale I talk to (un)common good media founder and podcast host pauli reese about painting and in particular how it invites us to experience the divine. We get into our checkered evangelical upbringings and our complicated journeys out of them. We also talk about what it means to have private versus public experiences of engaging …
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In this episode we talk to ux writer and Strategic Writing for UX author Torrey Podmajersky about existential dread and, in particular, the dread that comes from having the same conversation over and over and over and over... We get into how sometimes these conversations are practice and how sometimes they're ways to avoid the *real* conversation w…
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In this episode we speak to Sheryl Cababa, Chief Design Officer at Substantial and author of the new book, Closing the Loop: Systems Thinking for Designers, about ube, the Filipino flavor that has been appropriated by American dining and all that entails. We get into how responsibility for change gets pushed down to individuals and away from corpor…
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In this episode we speak to Saskia Videler, Content Architect at City of Antwerp, about globalization. We discuss what it means to look at things from other cultures' points of view, how we treat refugees, the cost of the English language taking over the world, and much, much, more. Referenced in this episode Workshop Stopping the Cycle of Oppressi…
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In this episode we speak to Dayana Kibilds, Strategy Director at Ologie, about different barriers to higher education beyond sheer cost and into areas of communication. How hard is it to even know how to apply if you don't read at a graduate level already? We get into the very assumptions baked into higher ed, why it isn't always a great idea to em…
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In this episode we speak to Dana Rock, director of experience design at Pickle Jar Communications about awe; what experiences induce it and what it means for us going forward. We get into the notion of building a web that highlights sharing experiences over sharing opinions, how WEIRD our notions of self are, and the very nature of consciousness it…
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In this episode we speak to content designer Amy Grace Wells about expectations. Diagnosed only a few years ago with ADHD, Amy is reconsidering the expectations she and others have of herself. We get into how our expectations form, how identity and power influence expectations, and when "should" is and isn't a useful concept. Our intro and outro mu…
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On the first episode of our second season, we speak live in front of a studio audience to writer, artist, speaker, and content strategist Malaika Carpenter about leadership and all the different ways we can define it. We also get into Indigenous values, who gets to be defined as a leader, and...you know...slavery. Recommended content from this epis…
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This is my 20th episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Cory Endrulat joins me to discuss the topic of modern slavery. Are we slaves? Do we live in a slave system? These are very important questions making this a show you don't want to miss. You can also find Cory Endrulat's work on One Great Work Network along with over fifty other amazing cont…
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This is my nineteenth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Russ Tanner from Global Sky Watch talks about Geo Engineering, Chemtrails and Mercury poisoning. I did do a video interview with Russ about these same topics for my YouTube channel but it was not even allowed to premiere! Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from …
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This is my eighteenth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Jonathan Wright from Nothing New Under The Sun joins us to speak about health, nutrition, vitamins, minerals and just how important they all are to having good health. You can also find Jonathan's work on One Great Work Network along with over fifty other amazing content creators. . T…
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This is my seventeenth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Melisa Arnautovic joins me to speak about core values, mutual respect, deception of belief in authority and so much more. You can watch her amazing video on YouTube here Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from 6 to 8 pm EST in Studio A where I will be interview…
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This is my sixteenth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Vinny Eastwood joins me to discuss the journey one takes of learning, taking in the knowledge of Natural Law, Objective Morality etc then most importantly how ones goes about getting that information out to the people in ways that people will understand and listen. You can also find Vi…
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This is my fifteenth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Will Keller from Natural Freedom League and Rob and Ginnifer Smith from Natural Law Birth join me to talk about Natural Law Birth, Conscious Parenting, Objective Morality and so much more. You can also find Will Keller's work one One Great Work Network along with over fifty other amazi…
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This is my fourteenth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Jonathan Wrightr from Nothing New Under The Sun joins me to talk about his journey with alcoholism and finding Natural Law. You can also find Jonathan's work one One Great Work Network along with over fifty other amazing content creators. Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every M…
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This is my thirteenth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Brandon Spencer talks about the Human Condition, what's going on in our school system, Natural Law and so much more. You can find Brandon Spencer's work on YouTube and One Great Work Network along with over fifty other amazing content creators. Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio e…
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This is my twelfth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Chris Jantzen from End Evil joins me to discuss Natural Law, Objective Morality, What is Evil and much more. You can find Chris's website here plus you can also find Chris Jantzen's work on One Great Work Network along with over fifty other amazing content creators. Tune in to my show on…
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This is my eleventh episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Will Keller from Natural Freedom League joins me to talk about Natural Law, Conscious Parenting, Objective Morality and so much more. You can also find Will Keller's work on One Great Work Network along with over fifty other amazing content creators. Here is Will's LinkTree where you ca…
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This is my tenth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Leslie Powers from Alive and Thriving talks about small and large traumas, how they can affect our lives, Truth, Natural Law plus so many more topics. You can also find Leslie's work plus fifty other amazing creators at One Great Work Network. Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every M…
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This is my ninth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Dan Heenan talks about the David Crowley murders and the research he has done over the last seven years. Is this case a murder/suicide as the official reports say or is it a murder case as some researchers say and are trying to prove? Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday nig…
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This is my eighth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Dan Willis and I discuss what I consider to be a very important topic which is prepping. I consider myself still new to prepping and I know many others like myself want to start prepping etc but are not sure where to even start, in this episode Dan Willis breaks down prepping from a begin…
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This is my seventh episode on Revolution Radio where my guest William Rail from Crow Works Entertainment and I discuss what has been going on around the world in the last few years, protest, truckers convoy and much more. Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from 6 to 8 pm EST in Studio A where I will be interviewing many amazi…
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This is my sixth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Paul Bush, from Bitswift breaks down all things crypto currency for beginner, its origins, what the different works/terms mean and how to start investing. Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from 6 to 8 pm EST in Studio A where I will be interviewing many amazing gues…
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This is my fifth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Greg Fernandez Jr, We discuss many topics and have a great discussion . Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from 6 to 8 pm EST in Studio A where I will be interviewing many amazing guest on various topics. SEE YOU THERE!!! Also watch my video interviews on YouTube.…
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This is my fourth episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Billy Grant, fellow Revolution Radio host of shows DREAMER and ARGON, have another great discussion. Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from 6 to 8 pm EST in Studio A where I will be interviewing many amazing guest on various topics. SEE YOU THERE!!! Also watch my v…
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This is my third episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Stephen Sanzeril, author of Ultimate Prey, and I discuss the True Story Of The Yosemite Sightseer Murders. Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from 6 to 8 pm EST in Studio A where I will be interviewing many amazing guest on various topics. SEE YOU THERE!!! Also watch…
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This is my second episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Jamie McNicol from Southern Truth and I discuss the history of Australia and much more! Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from 6 to 8 pm EST in Studio A where I will be interviewing many amazing guest on various topics. SEE YOU THERE!!! Also watch my video intervie…
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This is my first episode on Revolution Radio where my guest Greg Fernandez Jr and I discuss David Crowley. Tune in to my show on Revolution Radio every Monday night from 6 to 8 pm EST in Studio A where I will be interviewing many amazing guest on various topics. SEE YOU THERE!!! Also watch my video interviews on YouTube.…
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Content warning: This episode deals explicitly with sexual violence, especially from the 23 minute mark to the 28 minute mark and from the 54 minute mark to the end. We talk about sex with Marta Rusek, who identifies as autistic, bisexual, and passionate about ending domestic violence. How do we learn about sex? Why are we so afraid of it? What doe…
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Content warning: This episode contains discussions of trauma and suicidality. Listener discretion is advised. If you or someone you know has concerns about suicide, one resource is the National Suicide Hotline which you can learn more about here: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ In this episode we talk to designer, researcher, business owner,…
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On this episode we speak to software developer and my own creative partner (and inspiration for this podcast) Maurice Gaston about mentorship. How do we do it? How does it differ from leadership or management or coaching? When do we feel comfortable in the role? And much, much more. Recommended content from this episode Web series Developing Philly…
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In this episode we talk to UX career coach Amy Santee about capitalism. How we define it as an exploitative, extractive system. The lack of a good word for making money without screwing people over. The propaganda supporting capitalism. And what we can do to fight it. Recommended content from this episode People Kim Cerna - the designer I talked ab…
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In this episode we talk to University of North Texas interaction design professor Cassini Nazir about curiosity. It's (literal) roots in care, how it affects how we think about the war in Ukraine, the defiant ingenuity of the targets of oppression, the pros and cons of empathy, and much, much, more. Recommended content from this episode Articles Ar…
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In this episode we talk to Erika Wohlstadter, Principal Researcher at Think Company,, psychobilly upright bassist, sewist, costumer, queer spec fic writer, and so much more about strangeness. What attracts us to it? How do we hide or leverage the strangeness in ourselves? How is normality a political tool? What are the consequences of strangeness? …
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In this episode I talk to storyteller, connector, and comedian Neil Bardhan about how we work from scheduling to values to measuring productivity to reducing anxiety and all of the things that a COVID-induced work from home environment forces us to think about. How do we manage ourselves when we have a fair amount of freedom? What does it mean for …
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Mule Design co-founder and Just Enough Research and Conversational Design author Erika Hall and I chat about how a lack of understanding about the business aspects of their design works can lead designers to become the tools of extractive, unethical practices. We get into how this has played out in her own work and how Mule makes decisions about wh…
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On our pilot episode, author and documentarian Kevin Smokler and I talk about consequences. We also get into owning versus sharing, being ourselves, and how to think about restorative justice in a punishment-oriented world. Recommended content from this episode: Books The Sum of Us by Heather McGhee The Half Has Never Been Told by Edward E. Baptist…
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Migration is a topic at the top of many different agendas but why are people moving and what can we learn from history to map out possible futures? Peter discusses this and more with Parag Khanna, founder & managing partner of FutureMap, a data and scenario based strategic advisory firm. Parag's new book MOVE and past work can be found on his websi…
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When we choose what we eat it can have a huge impact on our environmental footprint. Author Sarah Briddle has written one of the books of the year, Food and Climate Change Without the Hot Air: Change Your Diet: The Easiest way to Help Save the Planet, and within it she measures the choices we take and what they mean for the world around us. Well wo…
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Refugees and migrants take their path for many different reasons one of which is economic. How does the money they send back to their homes - remittance - change their families, communities and even governments? Outside of this how does their new cultural capital impact how they see the world around them and from where they travelled from? Pennsylv…
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The 25th Bond film is in cinemas now and in this episode of I've Been Thinking with Peter Frankopan he digs into the real life world of espionage, counter terrorism and the life of Bond creator Ian Flemming. First up Peter is in conversation with Sir David Omand. He was the first UK Security and Intelligence Coordinator, served on the Joint Intelli…
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You've taken a hostage, but what are they worth? 97.5% of all hostages who are taken for ransom are returned but pricing is as important a factor as the negotiating. In this episode of I've Been Thinking Peter is in conversation with Professor Anja Shortland from King's College London on the economics of kidnapping and also the world of art theft w…
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He's been the face of opposition politic in Russia for sometime but who is Alexei Navalny? What are his goals? What tools does he wield to achieve them? How do the Kremlin head him off? In order to answer those questions and more, Peter is joined by the authors and scholars behind Navalny: Putin's Nemesis, Russia's Future? on this episode of I've B…
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An extra episode of I've Been Thinking with Peter Frankopan in your podcast feed this week. In the media we see daily stories of projected food shortages, lack of workers and of course right now across the UK, queues on petrol forecourts. The UK is not alone in seeing disruption to its supply chains with incidents and examples across the globe not …
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China Unbound: A New World Disorder, journalist Joanna Chiu takes her experience of over a decade examining China's expansion and puts pen to paper to give the reader a view of it's economic power, it's sway over foreign countries, and how China's growth has been handled by Western Nations. Peter and Joanna go under the hood of leader Xi Jinping's …
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What is private education? Who goes in and who comes out? Like Peter, Richard Beard experienced such an education and writes about its impact and how it has shaped modern government in his latest book Sad Little Men: Private Schools and the Ruin of England. He and Peter get into private education's history, the breeding ground of power and its posi…
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On this episode of I've Been Thinking Peter is in conversation with Vincent Brown, Professor of American History and Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard and author of the excellent Tacky's Revolt released in 2020. He and Peter discuss who Tacky was, the implications of the revolt on the American revolution that was to come …
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Welcome to the second part of this deep look into Afghanistan. Peter speaks to Professor Sumit Ganguly who provides the history and background of the Taliban's origins, and Professor Amira Jadoon one of the world's foremost experts on ISIS-K. You can find Professor Amira Jadoon on Twitter - @AmiraJadoon - and her website is www.amirajadoon.net Furt…
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This is a two part special of I've Been Thinking, digging deeper into the situation in Afghanistan. In this episode Peter is in conversation with Ajmal Ahmady, until very recently the Governor of the Central Bank of Afghanistan and Minister of Commerce who saw the eye storm of the Taliban takeover and tries to answer "what comes next for the countr…
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