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From social media to homelessness, James and Brad from The Vamps exchange guitars for microphones in the hunt for a deeper understanding of important issues.

How Little We Kno‪w‬ Brad and James

    • Culture et société
    • 4.9 • 40 notes

From social media to homelessness, James and Brad from The Vamps exchange guitars for microphones in the hunt for a deeper understanding of important issues.

    Episode 7: Tackling Bullying, Head On

    Episode 7: Tackling Bullying, Head On

    Bullying affects us all in one way or another. James and Brad welcome Alex Holmes (Deputy Director of Diana Award Anti-Bullying Charity) and James Okulaja (Charity Ambassador) onto the podcast, in an attempt to understand and tackle the issue head on.

     
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    • 34 min
    Episode 6: Navigating Life and a Touch of the Wilderness, with Ben Fogle

    Episode 6: Navigating Life and a Touch of the Wilderness, with Ben Fogle

    As the UN’s Patron of the Wilderness, Ben Fogle’s story is unlike any other. From travelling South America alone at eighteen, to rowing the Atlantic, he’s done it all. Next on his list: climbing Everest.

     
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    • 43 min
    Episode 5: Leaving The Most Hated Family in America

    Episode 5: Leaving The Most Hated Family in America

    Brad and James discuss leaving the Westboro Baptist Church with Megan Phelps-Roper.

     
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    • 49 min
    Episode 4: The hidden world of youth homelessness

    Episode 4: The hidden world of youth homelessness

    In this episode James and Brad chat to Emily Bernstein and Matt Carlisle from Centrepoint about how easy it is for young people to become homeless and what the charity does to help rehabilitate them.

     
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    • 31 min
    Episode 3: Is the fire of social media out of our hands?

    Episode 3: Is the fire of social media out of our hands?

    Brad and James examine the importance of ‘switching off’ with best selling author Chris Lewis.

     
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    • 36 min
    Episode 2: Who is the ‘You’ in a YouTuber? With Jack Maynard

    Episode 2: Who is the ‘You’ in a YouTuber? With Jack Maynard

    Brad and James chat to Jack Maynard about the responsibility of a YouTuber, switching it on for the camera, and how YouTube is becoming the modern world's TV.

     
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    • 48 min

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4.9 sur 5
40 notes

40 notes

windmillsmcvey ,

Good job boys!

I’m so proud to be supporting these 2. Loving the ideas of discussing interessant subjects that affect a lot of people. Congrats guys!

mariednl ,

my review

i started listening to podcasts only very recently, and 'how little we know' is the one i enjoy and like the most so far. you guys talk about subjects that are really important and interesting, you start the conversation and let us all join in on it. you also, personally, help me build my own opinion about the topics you talk about, you give out informations and share your own thoughts and opinions which i think are really good and educated. keep up the good work, guys! this podcast is amazing! xx -marie (🇫🇷)

Llll2 ,

Social media

It was really interesting what you said about social media. And I think like every thing in life there benefits and disadvantages... today children are growing up with all this technology around them and they know stuff about computer without explain to them what to do, it is logical, spontaneous for them.
In social media, we hide the realty, the real us bc we want as you said to be a certain person ( that we see his/her instagram’s account...).
In my opinion, social media is our way to escape the world that surround us, but we don’t have to forget the realty, the people that we love and are there for us. There will always be a thing that get the attention of people, today is social media, yesterday was the books( a lot of teenagers in the past read a lot and they couldn’t take a pause, like us with our phones) and tomorrow will be another thing. In 20 years technology developed a lot and so fast that we can’t imagine what will be in 20 years!

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