Rear View is a regular podcast, where we get to chat to a wide variety of fascinating people who are connected to the motoring world. We learn how they've ended up where they are. We learn what has drawn them in and keeps them connected to the motoring section of society we all love.
In this episode, Andrew chats with Chris Hughes, who is the Marketing and PR Person for the Peugeot Sport Club UK. Listen to them explore how his escapades in French vineyards as a child shaped his motoring future, his rather special car and we learn about the Club and what they do.
In this episode, Andrew has a conversation with the Chief Engineer for Grafton Land Speed Record Ltd, the company running the Bloodhound Land Speed Record attempt. They discuss sewage works, known unknows, flexibility and what it is like being responsible for getting Andy Green up to incredible speeds, then returning him safely back down again.
Ed Niedermeyer Part Two
In this episode, Andrew continues his conversation with Ed Niedermeyer who is an author and the Senior Editor for Mobility Technology at The Drive.
During this Part Two episode, listen in as we hear how not all business practices are equal, we try to solve the global issue of a lack of discourse and autonomous cars.
Ed Niedermeyer Part One
In this episode, Andrew chats with Ed Niedermeyer who is an author and the Senior Editor for Mobility Technology at The Drive.
During this Part One episode, listen in as we hear how a political science degree is the obvious route into automotive writing, how he approaches a new writing topic and when his eye was first cast upon Tesla. Part Two will follow.
In this episode, Andrew chats with David Pook who is a vehicle dynamics expert and the founder of VE Dynamics.
Listen in as they chat about the process of setting a vehicle up for the public, how art and science combine and that there is no excuse for a bad riding car.
In this episode, Andrew chats with Mike Goodbun, the Global PR Manager for Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations. You can hear how he too has passed through the doors of the Coventry University Design School, his early influences such as Rally Cross, how pneumonia is connected with one of his favourite drives and he found his dream job.