New podcast show of Cyber-Philanthropist Myles Dyer. 'The Quest for Global Empathy' contains open, honest & free-flowing conversations with guests from around the world about their life stories and what it can teach us about the human condition. More from MylesDyer.com
#7 - Rupert Read
Rupert Read is an author, teacher and spokesperson for the socio-political movement Extinction Rebellion. His latest book is "This Civilisation is Finished: Conversations on the end of Empire - and what lies beyond."
#6 - Benjamin Cook
Benjamin Cook is a journalist, writer & filmmaker who created the online series 'Becoming YouTube' in which he delved into what it means to be a 'YouTuber'. Myles & Ben discuss how the online community has evolved over time while reflecting on their own YouTube pasts.
#5 - Melinda Messenger
Melinda Messenger is a British TV presenter and trainee psychotherapist who shares her wealth of experience from two decades of venturing the media landscape. Together Myles & Melinda discuss transpersonal psychotherapy, fame and the relationship between human nature & mother nature.
#4 - Burton C Bell
#4. Burton C Bell is an American musician who is the lead singer & co-founder of the legendary metal band Fear Factory. While visiting the UK to work on a new 'Ascension of the Watchers' record, Burton managed to stop by the Quest for Global Empathy studio to discuss the music industry, the global technological revolution and humanity.
#3 - Rou Reynolds
#3. Rou Reynolds is a British musician, songwriter and lead vocalist for Enter Shikari. Before embarking on their #StopTheClocks tour, Rou joins Myles to discuss the social value of music, activism, mental health & wellbeing and navigating the digital age we now find ourselves in.
#2 - Efe Ezekiel & Alain 'Fusion' Clapham
#2. Efe Ezekiel is a youth mentor and founder of the 'Ushine Ishine' youth mentoring company. Alain 'Fusion' Clapham is a self-professed 'Creative Storyteller' who hosts, presents and facilitates engagements across entertainment and education. Both have been involved with Myles in 'Be Internet Citizens', a program formed by Google & the Institute For Strategic Dialogue, which aims to teach young people how to become responsible digital citizens.
Amazing host & superb guests
Myles is a incredible & knowledgeable host who asks great questions of the person being interviewed. Lovely ethos of the podcast - more people should listen!
Professional and Interesting
It's great to hear interviewers asking relevant questions and interviewees sounding at ease and enjoying themselves during sessions. Two hours is a long time to sit down and have a conversation with someone but the time slips by. I'll definitely be back for more.
Really interesting, funny and compelling
Love these long format podcasts, especially all the different perspectives and points of view. This is a quest well worth joining