Our gardens are the product of centuries of plant acquisitions and cross-breeding which would not have been possible without the British experience of empire.
Stories are a powerful source of self-persuasion, even identity. That’s why they are as empowering as they are dangerous.
Home is a complex subject, and that’s why it makes a good topic for conversation. In this podcast, playwright, cultural leader and polymath Chinonyerem Odimba takes us on a quest to find the meaning of home.
Technology is increasingly manipulating our minds. What we think we want might not be what we actually need. And this is making us sick. So, what can we do about it? Take a look or listen to the podcast with my guest, Ian Douglas.
Until we claim the future with positivity and hope, the past will always be our stumbling block. The story of Robert Aske, The Royal Africa Company, profits from slavery, and how they funded the Haberdashers’ Aske’s schools.
A conversation with Professor Corinne Fowler of the University of Leicester, and Director of ‘Colonial Countryside: National Trust Houses Reinterpreted’
The dynamics of denial damage culture, society and people. That’s why we need to discuss them. Here’s news of a new podcast doing just that.
The time is right to unravel the meaning of ‘home’ for our changing times. Why, and how?
As we reach the shortest day of the year with the Winter Solstice, it seems all hope is extinguished. But is it really?
Remembrance of things past, grows an appreciation of things present and future in the eighth in the series, ‘The Dark Months’