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    Green Business Builders - The Future of People Power

    Green Business Builders - The Future of People Power

    Tune into Ade Adepitan’s new podcast. This week he’s speaking to leaders from Pavegen and WPP on the future of people power.
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    • 20 min
    Green Business Builders - Creating a Greener Supply Chain

    Green Business Builders - Creating a Greener Supply Chain

    Tune into Ade Adepitan’s new podcast. This week he’s speaking to leaders from Mere Soeur, My Green Pod and Pekoetea on creating a greener supply chain.
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    • 18 min
    Green Business Builders - Reduce, Reuse, Rethink

    Green Business Builders - Reduce, Reuse, Rethink

    Want to know how to reduce, reuse and rethink waste? Find out how in this week's podcast episode, where Ade Adepitan is joined by guests Frances Beer and Jamie Crummie.
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    • 21 min
    Green Business Builders - Driving Sustainable Change

    Green Business Builders - Driving Sustainable Change

    Tune into Ade Adepitan's new podcast. This week he's speaking to leaders from Openreach, Coutts and Green Tomato Cars on how they’re driving sustainable change.
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    • 22 min
    Episode 3: Women’s Prize for Fiction at 25

    Episode 3: Women’s Prize for Fiction at 25

    As the Women’s Prize for Fiction celebrates 25 years, we look back at some of the previous winners to see what happened next in their careers. We focus on the prize itself, what made it so important when it started in 1996, why it is still so important today and what the landscape is like in 2020 for new writers and for those shortlisted. In the final episode of this series – brought to you by NatWest, a proud partner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction – we speak to 2018 winner Kamila Shamsie; WPFF founder-director and bestselling novelist Kate Mosse; and one of 2020’s shortlisted authors, Natalie Haynes.
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    Episode 2: How to write your first novel

    Episode 2: How to write your first novel

    Everyone has the potential to write a novel – but few manage it. So how do you get started to tackle that blank page and find a writing routine? In the second of three podcasts – brought to you by NatWest, a proud partner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction – we speak to 2018 WPFF winner Kamila Shamsie; head of Curtis Brown Creative Anna Davis; and one of WPFF 2020’s shortlisted authors, Natalie Haynes, about how they got started. 
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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
101 Ratings

101 Ratings

g.brew ,

I’m liking the new hosts of Technically Speaking

Thanks Natwest for supporting such a great show

DomBush24 ,

Supported by a bank that invests heavily in fossil fuels!

According to the latest Banking on Climate Chaos report, NatWest is still in the top 50 most polluting banks in the world, channeling more than $13 billion in fossil fuel financing over the past five years (2016-2020) and there is no obvious downward trend.

Lucy_0605 ,

Another great host, love Steph McGovern

Adapting to the new now is spot on...great tips and stories on how you can keep evolving your business even in the context of the pandemic.

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