If you care about a particular cause, is clicktivism the way to be the best activist? Is posting, tweeting and rallying around hashtags how we now effect change? Or do we need to leave the online space to make things happen in the real world? Stand-up comedian, writer...
If you’ve ever wondered how you could be using email, messaging, video chat and social media to communicate better, this episode is for you. Professor Schroeder from the University of California Berkeley, joins us to share her fascinating research on how technology is...
YouTubers Jack and Vee join Tanya to chat about their StudyTube Project which they launched to provide free daily educational resources to their hundreds of thousands of followers stuck at home in the pandemic.
How can we wade through the swamp of fake news online and get to the truth? And what can we do to preserve professional reporting organisations, when Big Tech is making their existence harder every day? Director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Professor...
Dave Tarnowski, founder of the hugely popular memes account, chats about memes and mental health and how he’s become an informal internet therapist for his following.
The Forbes 30 Under 30 fitness entrepreneur talks about running three multi million pound businesses and juggling being a CEO with managing a huge online presence.
Three times gold medal winning Olympic champion, rower Pete Reed, kicks off Series Four chatting to Tanya about change and resilience and how his athlete mindset is helping him rise to the biggest challenge of his career.
Lead guitarist with The Vamps, James McVey, chats about his work on cyberbullying and online safety, as well as opening up about how he’s coped with managing a huge online social media presence in the 10 years since The Vamps were formed.
Co-host of the ‘You, me and the Big C’ podcast, founder of Girl Vs Cancer and breast cancer survivor, Lauren Mahon, joins Tanya to talk about what her experience can teach us all right now about dealing with uncertainty, anxiety, and taking one day at a time.