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Presenting a diverse range of topics that focus on wellbeing, environmental issues, ethical consumption and sustainability, Beyond Day Zero investigates topics that are relevant to us all as we try to tread lighter on the planet. To get in touch email us at beyonddayzeropodcast@gmail.com
 
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Sense-making in a Changing World

Morag Gamble: Permaculture Education Institute

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Join Morag Gamble, global permaculture ambassador, in conversation with leading ecological thinkers, activists, authors, designers and practitioners to explore 'What Now?' - what is the kind of thinking we need to navigate a positive and regenerative way forward, what does a thriving one-planet way of life look like, where should we putting our energy. In this changing world and in challenging times, we offer these voices of clarity and common sense.
 
The Aubrey Marcus Podcast is an illuminating conversation with mavens of mental health, relationship, health, business and spirituality. Aubrey Marcus is the founder of the human optimization and health empire Onnit, the New York Times bestselling author of Own the Day (covering the best practices for physical health and mental sovereignty) and Aubrey was one of the first public voices in support of psychedelics and psychedelic medicine in the podcast era. This podcast is unlike any other in ...
 
Welcome to The Future Is Beautiful with Amisha Ghadiali. On this show we explore the weave between politics, spirituality, creativity and sustainability. The people, projects and ideas we meet here are challenging the dominant world story and creating a beautiful future. We share a new interview every Thursday. Every one of us has ideas and personal experiences to share that can lead us to a brighter future. Our global future is created by all of us, together. The Future Is Beautiful is the ...
 
Hey Folks! Welcome to the Brief Encounter Podcast. I've been a professional drummer for over 30 years and have played with some great bands and musicians such as Picturehouse, Marianne Faithfull, Paul Brady, Glen Hansard and The Frames to name but a few.I've always been interested in what it takes to pursue an artistic endeavour and maintain longevity in a very challenging industry so I'll be interviewing artists from all walks of life.
 
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Usually our podcasts aren’t that topical, you can hopefully listen to them at any time and they are still relevant. Today’s is not like that. It is being released just 6 days before the beginning of COP26, the vitally important climate summit happening in Glasgow. And usually they are released, initially at least, just to you as a subscriber. But t…
 
Do you believe that people can access wisdom from interdimensional beings? My default disposition towards anyone claiming to have such non-ordinary abilities is highly skeptical, and I’ve encountered a lot of nonsense. So I base my estimation of legitimacy entirely on the ontological merit of the messages coming through. Paul Selig channels wisdom …
 
Mrinalini Sarabhai was an Indian classical dancer specialising in Bharatanatyam and becoming the first woman to perform Kathakali. She was very successful and performed around the world, with one reviewer in Paris calling her the 'Hindu atomic bomb'. She married prominent scientist and industrialist Vikram Sarabhai and together they would rub shoul…
 
Although not planned as some kind of 'Christmas Special', that's kind of what this episode is, so hopefully it will give you the opportunity to treat your imagination to something very special over the festive season. This episode will introduce you to Flora Collingwood-Norris and to Orsola de Castro, cofounder and Global Creative Director of Fashi…
 
A late entry into the worst people ever compendium, Tomas de Torquemada, the first and greatest Grand Inquisitor of The Spanish Inquisition. A man who began with a broad national mandate to root out heretics and insincere converses, and ended so loathed by everyone in Spain that he needed armed escorts wherever he went. A zealot so intransigent tha…
 
Have we been asking the wrong questions throughout the pandemic? Have we been demonizing one virus, while encouraging another to spread? Dr. Zach Bush MD is one of the most revolutionary holistic medical doctors in the world, with expertise in the human organism, natural systems, and the spiritual cosmos. We talk about overcoming the fear and guilt…
 
Judge and former President of the Supreme Court, Lady Hale, chooses to nominate the suffragette, businesswoman, and founder of Time and Tide magazine, Margaret Haig Thomas, also known as Lady Rhondda. Born in 1883, Lady Rhondda was brought up an only child, in South Wales, by her feminist parents. She survived the sinking of the Lusitania and sat o…
 
The IPCC report that came out in mid-2021 said “unless there are immediate, rapid and large-scale reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, limiting warming to close to 1.5 degrees, or even 2 degrees, will be beyond reach”. “Immediate, rapid and large-scale reductions”. Let’s imagine we were able to actually do that in the time available to us. It wo…
 
William Lever was a grocer's son who went on to make a fortune selling soap. Lifebuoy, Lux ... and eventually Unilever are just some of his creations. Picking him for Great Lives is Richard Walker, managing director of Iceland. Joining him is Adam Macqueen, author of The King of Sunlight: How William Lever Cleaned up the The World. The presenter is…
 
The decline of insect populations around the world has been nothing short of terrifying. Last year I visited a school in an intensive wine-producing region in France, and suggested to the kids that they might build an insect hotel, only to be told by the head teacher "we don't have any insects here". It has stayed with me ever since. So in today's …
 
Everywhere, where you live included, has a patchwork of organisations of different sizes who are doing business and making things happen in a way that is not solely about the generation of profit, but about serving a larger social purpose. They might be called social enterprises, or socially-trading organisations, or all sorts of other things. Toda…
 
Daniel Schmachtenberger is one of the most qualified (and genius level) people to speak on the catastrophic existential risks our species faces. Having seen beyond the veil of politics and big technology, he details the stark reality of the titanic threats that lie in our path. In this podcast, he lays out the fate of our trajectory if we continue …
 
What if you were surrounded by people you truly trust—people you would gladly share a journal of your most intimate thoughts? There is hardly anything more powerful than to be witnessed in radical truth, with radical acceptance. This is how a strong community functions. Everyone is encouraged to be their most authentic selves and live the sovereign…
 
Noor-Un-Nissa Inayat Khan was an Indian muslim princess who became an under-cover agent for the ‘SOE’ – Churchill’s Special Operational Executive. She’s one of only a handful of women in the second world war awarded The George Cross, the highest civilian decoration in the UK.Noor's story will take us from Moscow to London, then Paris. There will be…
 
What questions do you ask a living memory cell of the universe? Matías De Stefano is a person I intend to have as many conversations with as possible. In the few days I spent with him, one podcast was not enough, so we invited him to do another podcast (live) to kick off our Fit For Service Summit in Sedona. In this profound conversation, we dive i…
 
It all began with a small portrait in the Greenwich museum - of a sexless looking character in wide stripey trousers. Actor Nina Sosanya says she was immediately intrigued. Who was this? Why was she here? And did she really sail round the world dressed as a man? She discovered that Jeanne Baret was a poor but ingenious French woman who joined Louis…
 
Powerful psychology is used to convince us, often subliminally, that we want and need things we previously never knew even existed. This is especially dangerous at a time when we need to urgently cut consumption of high carbon-generating products and lifestyle choices. It is estimated that in the UK companies spend over £23bn a year on advertising.…
 
When someone claims that they can remember their past lives and everything that happened in between… My skeptic alarm lights up like a Christmas tree. But I started listening to Matias De Stefano, and it wasn’t just WHAT he was saying, but HOW he was saying it that got me curious. With humor and precision he explains our nine dimensional cosmology,…
 
Johnny Ramone is a founding member of the seminal New York punk band, the Ramones. Famed for their blisteringly short songs played at breakneck speed, the Ramones burst onto the scene in 1976 with tracks like 'Blitzkrieg Bop', 'I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You' and 'Judy is a Punk'. When they played The Roundhouse in London journalist Chris Salew…
 
In this episode we conclude our series on the inquisition with the story of Joan of Arc with her three "trials:" 1. The Examination at Poitiers (link to a summary: https://www.jeanne-darc.info/trials-index/the-examination-at-poitiers/) 2. The 1431 Trial of Condemnation before the Inquisition (link to fulll transcripts: https://www.jeanne-darc.info/…
 
We are in the midst of powerful and unprecedented times. In this epic sequel to my favorite podcast of all time, Charles and I map out how to embody the revolution of reunion that we are currently undergoing. A reunion of people with each other, their culture, their governments, and the Earth. But sometimes before things get better, the old structu…
 
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was born in Bloemfontein in 1892. Orphaned before he was a teenager, he fought at the Somme in World War One before going on to become one of the best-selling authors of all time. Bilbo, Gandalf, Gollum, Frodo, Sauron - these are just a few of the famous characters he created for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.Nomina…
 
I'm not going to say much about this episode, other than that it's incredible. We are exploring Afrofuturism, which has been variously described as “speculative fiction from the African diaspora”, “a way of imagining possible futures through a black cultural lens” and “an intersection of imagination, technology, the future and liberation”. It has s…
 
Breathwork, when done correctly, is one of the world’s most powerful healing modalities, period. And Lukis Mac and Hellé Weston are two of the most epic breathwork guides and stunning human beings I have ever met. In between offering their Owaken Breathwork method to A-list celebrities and biker gangs alike, they joined our Fit For Service communit…
 
Oh wow, you're in for a treat. Today we bring together Anthea Lawson, author of the fabulous new book 'The Entangled Activist' and Alastair McIntosh, author of 'Soul and Soil' and 'Riders on the Storm'. I usually try to constrain the conversations we have here to around 45 minutes, but this one was so fascinating that we just kept rolling, and just…
 
Today’s episode of From What If to What Next is about care. Care has been very much on our minds of recent. COVID has highlighted how vitally important care is and yet how undervalued it is. It is so often seen as being the domain of women, and around the world it is often either underpaid, or unpaid work. As the populations of the Global North liv…
 
You are in for such a treat. This is one of the most thought-provoking and inspiring episodes of this podcast yet. It was my huge honour to be joined by Yumna Hussen and Lottie Cooke to discuss what a reimagined education system would be like. Honestly, spending an hour in the company of these two remarkable young people, so articulate and well inf…
 
Here is the perfect accompaniment to the long summer days. Or the deluge. Or perhaps a bit of both. Today we are talking about travel. As many cities begin to actively take steps away from the dominance of cars, we are asking what might it be like if that had already happened? What might it be like to live in a city in which more travel now takes p…
 
The world’s governments will be coming together for 2 weeks to, hopefully, reach some kind of binding agreement that might give the world at least a fighting chance of preventing runaway climate change. There’s one problem though... On a planet where over half the population is female, the leadership team put together by the UK government, who are …
 
This conversation is an inspiring, helpful and thoughtful one all about how we can bring attention to and acknowledge how we're all affected by the Climate Crisis. I chatted with Martin Wilks who is a member of the Climate Psychology Alliance, an organisation you really need to check out as they're doing wonderful work to help people just like you …
 
Are we getting all the information necessary to make informed decisions about vaccination? Molecular Biologist Dr. Aditi Bhargava, the director of laboratory research at UCSF develops mRNA technology, the same technology used in covid vaccines. We are also joined by two individuals who have been injured by the vaccine, professional mountain biker K…
 
Everywhere, where you live included, has a patchwork of organisations of different sizes who are doing business and making things happen in a way that is not solely about the generation of profit, but about serving a larger social purpose. They might be called social enterprises, or socially-trading organisations, or all sorts of other things. Toda…
 
During my week in the darkness in Germany, my only companion was a tape recorder. What was captured was raw, brutal, and illuminating. Ben Stewart is a legendary documentary filmmaker and he compiled all of the footage into an incredible film, woven together with stories of the ancient rituals involving the darkness. In this podcast we talk about t…
 
One of my best podcasts of all time, this emotional conversation that’s been 16 years in the making, is with my wife Vylana Marcus and former fiance / best friend Caitlyn Howe. We sit down with a bottle of whiskey and let it all out. We each take turns sharing our darkest hours and deepest shadows, with a lot of tears and a lot of laughs. We discus…
 
The decline of insect populations around the world has been nothing short of terrifying. Last year I visited a school in an intensive wine-producing region in France, and suggested to the kids that they might build an insect hotel, only to be told by the head teacher "we don't have any insects here". It has stayed with me ever since. So in today's …
 
Welcome to the first of this special series on Sense-Making in a Changing World podcast. I am talking over a series of four conversations with internationally claimed localisation activist Helena Norberg-Hodge. Helena is the founder and Director of Local Futures, an international nonprofit organisation dedicated to renewing ecological and social we…
 
Grab yourself a coffee (other hot drinks are available) and have a listen to this one. I'm chatting with Iain from Buxton Roastery all about the coffee industry and why we really have to be selective about who we buy it from.Follow Iain and Buxton Coffee Roasters online in these ways. BCR Website Their Insta account Follow them on FacebookHey, a re…
 
Welcome to this special series of climate conversations recorded during COP26 Climate Conference in Glasgow , November 2021. In November, while the global climate conference (COP26) was taking place I recorded a series of conversations. I did wish I could have been there to be part of this global connection of movements and activism happening aroun…
 
Welcome to this special series of climate conversations recorded during COP26 Climate Conference in Glasgow , November 2021. In November, while the global climate conference (COP26) was taking place I recorded a series of conversations. I did wish I could have been there to be part of this global connection of movements and activism happening aroun…
 
Jon Hopkins and East Forest are the uncrowned kings of a new music genre specifically intended for ceremonial guidance. Fresh off an epic ceremony concert in Austin, we discuss how music is a technology that is intrinsic to creating an optimal psychedelic ceremony. This goes back to the early days of the icaros and medicine songs of the elders, and…
 
Here it is: the pious childhood, the voices, the missions, the uncanny miraculous insights, the fearless warring, the taunting and threatening, the temper, the visions and prophesies, and the prodigious feats of the Maid of Orleans. According to Twain, this was far and away the most amazing human being to ever live, and that is saying an awful lot.…
 
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