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Listening Archive is a unique platform and podcast that aims to bring the everyday ordinary and the daily extraordinary to life, especially during this time of Covid-19 and lockdown. Each week, contributors from across the world submit their story via our website and then we lovingly craft them into nuggets full of the human experience. Co-created by UK-based Media teacher Aimee Coelho and school leaver Charlie Kilner, we can't wait for you to join Listening Archive.

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Listening Archive is a unique platform and podcast that aims to bring the everyday ordinary and the daily extraordinary to life, especially during this time of Covid-19 and lockdown. Each week, contributors from across the world submit their story via our website and then we lovingly craft them into nuggets full of the human experience. Co-created by UK-based Media teacher Aimee Coelho and school leaver Charlie Kilner, we can't wait for you to join Listening Archive.

    Prisoners out of lockdown

    Prisoners out of lockdown

    Teacher Aimee and student Charlie continue their quest to find out how people are getting to used to the new normality during the pandemic.


    As students return to schools and teachers return to work, we speak to charity CEO Eva Hamilton from Key4Life about how ex-offenders are transitioning from lockup to lockdown.


    Retired teacher David also uses our website at listening archive.com to explain how he's trying to develop a love of stories to help his community try to cope.

    • 22 min
    Out of this world-Journey into space

    Out of this world-Journey into space

    After our summer break, we are back with some galatic explorations as we speak to Nasa about the recent Space-X trip, find out about Virgin’s plans for the world’s first horizontal space launch and speak to a space scientist Olivia Smedley. 






    Show Notes:


    In this episode, media teacher Aimee and UK student Charlie hear from space experts both in the UK and abroad. The future of space exploration holds no boundaries and may even find a way for satellities to help with the tracking of the current pandemic and Covid-19. Want to get involved? Visit us at listeningarchive.com 










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    • 22 min
    Robots and Artificial intelligence for Google , Apple and beyond

    Robots and Artificial intelligence for Google , Apple and beyond

    In the second of our two-part technology specials. Aimee and Charlie speak to experts in robotics, artificial intelligence and where new technological developments will take us during coronavirus and beyond.


    Professor of robotics at UC Berkeley, Ken Goldberg gives us his insight into machine learning. Head of BBC digital and columnist for OneZero Simon Pitt explains how he has been surprised by tech companies such as Apple, Google and Twitter.


    Innovative engineer and Foursquare developer Max Sklar reveals how the location-sourcing software has been finding new avenues during the pandemic.

    • 33 min
    Where will technology take us next? Entrepreneurs tell us their predictions

    Where will technology take us next? Entrepreneurs tell us their predictions

    In this special episode focused on the future of technology, Aimee and Charlie speaking to leading American entrepreneurs who are at the forefront of technological developments in their industries.


    Emmy-nominated filmmaker, speaker and Webby founder Tiffany Shlain has received over 80 awards and distinctions for her films and work, and has been named by Newsweek as “one of the women shaping the 21st century.” She tells us why she advocates a break away from the screens once a week.


    Director of "Coachella, 20 Years in the desert" Chris Perkel tells us how he has been spending the pandemic in the mountains of Montana and experiencing his first documentary to be released as a Youtube original


    Webby person of the year Avi Schiffmann was given the accolade for being the brains behind the most famous coronavirus tracker. He tells us how he believes technology makes learning accessible for everyone


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    • 30 min
    Collecting the festival magic

    Collecting the festival magic

    In this episode, as we have hit midsummer and this time we would normally be schlepping through a festival field, Aimee and Charlie speak to some of the leaders in the world of the festival. 


    Our podcast is produced within sight of the famous Glastonbury Festival, UK and we are pleased to revel in the memories of some those crazy festival times, if only in a virtual manner. 


    John Kerrigan from the West Holts stage tells us how he makes a cracking voda trifle , Sarah Chayantz, artistic director of We Love Green and We Love Art music festivals reveals the secrets of them going digital and Jon Plane tells us how he managed to get Dave Grohl to dedicate a song to his late wife Laura in their amazing set in 2017. 


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    • 21 min
    Black Lives Matter - What do leading black influencers say?

    Black Lives Matter - What do leading black influencers say?

    This is the second part of our Black Lives Matter special reports. Aimee and Charlie speak to leading experts in diversity in the UK and America.


    Marcus Ryder, who worked for the BBC and for the Royal Television Society explains why the media need to be more inclusive in their approach. Mark Robinson explains how he turned away from gangs to become a solicitor and Human Resources expert Theresa Robinson in Texas wants businesses to take the conversations further than the tick box approach.

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Chuck ,

A great portal for sharing our experiences.

Well done to you both for putting together such a refreshing podcast on peoples experiences from around the world.

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Lovely to hear all the stories

So amazing to hear so many different stories from around the globe! Let’s you know that you’re not in this alone.

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