‘Frontiers’ is a podcast about cultural pioneers and business innovators who have done just that. Each episode gets intimate with a different guest to hear their inspiring stories, learn from their journey to date and glimpse at what the future has in store.
Series One features stories from Tracey Emin, Alan Yau and Gilles Peterson.
Series Two features stories from Underworld, Tom Kerridge, Tania Boler (Elvie), DJ Fat Tony, Bob Roth (CEO David Lynch foundation), Sian Sutherland (A Plastic Planet), Emma Gannon and Jamie Morton (My dad wrote a porno)
In the second part of a special, two-part edition of Frontiers, the conversation continues with Karl Hyde & Rick Smith of creative duo Underworld. They discuss the tensions between commerce, creativity, and comfort, reflections on past projects, and the potential of creativity to solve problems.
In the first part of a special, two-part edition of Frontiers, Karl Hyde & Rick Smith of creative duo Underworld share insights from their long term collaboration. They describe working across a range of multi-disciplinary projects, the potential of creative friction, and the power of active listening.
In this episode of Frontiers, Tania Boler, CEO and Founder of Elvie, describes her entrepreneurial approach to tackling taboos as a fem-tech pioneer. We explore her mission-driven leadership at Elvie, the journey from a small startup to market leader, and how to define a whole new category.
In this episode of Frontiers, director and podcaster Jamie Morton, describes his whirlwind journey of creating cult-podcast, My Dad Wrote a Porno. We explore the art of bootstrapping a creative idea and transforming it into a global phenomenon, all while navigating the evolving podcast industry.
In this episode of Frontiers, Sian Sutherland, Co-Founder of A Plastic Planet, describes her mission to reduce plastic dependency. We explore the journey of an entrepreneur who has finally found her calling and her alternative approach to activism that involves working with corporates to change them from the inside.
In this episode of Frontiers, Bob Roth, CEO of the David Lynch Foundation, shares his journey to bring transcendental meditation to the Frontiers of medicine, education and the workplace. We explore the growing wellness industry and the healing role meditation can play in a tech-consumed world.
In this episode of Frontiers, DJ and LGBTQ+ advocate Fat Tony describes a life of battling addictions, whether this is drink, drugs or social media. We explore the power of music, innovating within the evolving nightlife scene, and the opportunity to tell stories that advocate for, and help others.
In this episode of Frontiers, multi-hyphenate Emma Gannon describes her drive to tell stories about an alternate way of living. We explore how a new generation of creative talent is forcing the corporate world to evolve, and the importance of empowerment in education.
In this episode of Frontiers, Tom Kerridge describes his progression from kitchen pot-washer to a multi-business entrepreneur. We explore evolving tastes, behaviours and trends in the food industry, and how so many opportunities and experiences can stem from the simple joy of food.
In this episode Gilles Peterson shares his journey to the frontiers of the music industry: including his first forays in pirate radio, the birth of the Brownswood record label and how it all began with an electric railway set.
In this episode Alan Yau shares his journey to the frontiers of the food industry, his inspiration behind Wagamama, and how both training as a Buddhist Monk and as a Manager in McDonalds helped him along the way.
In this episode Tracey Emin shares her journey to the frontiers of modern art, her philosophy of success and what she would be doing if she wasn’t an artist.