April 13, 2018

A highlight of the #3 Edition, Reeps One's work is the product of a highly intimate, lifelong relationship with the human voice. The London-born musician and artist has been obsessively experimenting with innovative vocal practices alongside the creative representation of physics and sound since the age of 18. His unique skills have seen him uncover new keys to cognitive efficiency and expand his...

April 13, 2018

QI elf and star of the hit show No Such Thing As a Fish. Dan's career got a huge boost as the very first host of Sunday Papers Live in 2013. Dan's job is to discover random interesting facts and communicate them in fun ways - so he is very much our kind of chap. Dan's show just sold out the Sydney Opera House.

December 14, 2017

Inspired by middle class dinner parties where everyone claims to eat ethically, Louise set out to find exactly where our meat comes from, spending a year eating only animals that she had killed herself. A fascinating journey, and apt for a room packed with more than its fair share of middle-class dinner party-goers.​Starting small, Louise shucked oysters and caught fish. Gradually she got to know...

December 14, 2017

Ríoghnach Connolly is best known as the voice of Honeyfeet & The Breath, and for her Manchester-based Black Lung, where she brings a medley of collaborators together for one-off shows. Of all her many collaborations, the most Sunday of all is probably a gorgeous new project called Owl Dolls with multi instrumentalist, singer songwriter and occasional session vocalist Leonie Evans, who has been per...

September 7, 2017

An event exploring one of the most vicious debates of our time, one that has ripped the feminist community apart and deeply divided society — what is it that makes a woman, a woman? Paris Lees cancelled last minute because she refused to share a platform with one of the other panellists. The floor got heated. It was pretty punchy for a Sunday afternoon.

With...

Jane Fae, LGBT campaigner
Sophia...

September 7, 2017

Hot & fresh out the kitchen, a conversation with one of Wilderness' star chefs, by one of our star interviewers.

His food mixes the flavours of the Middle East and the Mediterranean and has been credited with changing the way many eat and cook, fuelling the surge in popularity of cooking ingredients including wakame seaweed, orange blossom, pomegranate seeds and za'atar.

Born to a German mother and...

July 29, 2017

Record-breaking adventurer, author, social projecteer (it is a word) and maker of little films. Since quitting his last job as a terrible graphic designer in 2005, Dave has written three books, created hundreds of short films, delivered hundreds of lectures worldwide, travelled over 20,000 non-motorised miles as part of his Expedition1000 project, founded life-fulfilling brand SayYesMore and, fina...

April 21, 2017

Award-winning documentarian, author, indigenous rights advocate, explorer, trek leader and former Royal Marines commando officer. Bruce is best known for his BBC series Tribe.

Bruce has been busy. For the past four years he has been on an exploration to find a deeper understanding of indigenous peoples and how their way of life can benefit those in the industrialised world - providing a powerful vo...

April 21, 2017

Has the revolution in work made fools of us all? With former Special Assistant to the President of the United States for Economic Policy Pippa Malmgren; economist, blogger and activist Dr Faiza Shaheen; and writer, strategist and former digital editor for Newsweek and the New Statesman Serena Kutchinsky.

On one side of the coin, the side of the coin most often shown, we have the prevailing bright a...

March 31, 2017

What does it mean to really belong to an ecosystem? Mac braids beauty, wildness, activism and the yearning pulse all humans have for a meaningful life, into a compelling narrative. It is a call, a paean, a heart-song, to the many millions of us who still stand on the sidelines and passively watch as our blue planet is slowly, systematically, and meticulously tamed, caged, and broken. Clever, we un...

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