21 episodes

Talking about all the different things that 'digital' means in the cultural and heritage sectors. Tales of success and failure, interrogating the shiny new things and looking at what works (or not) and why, Interviews with digital folks working in-house, consultants, funders, and whoever else it seems like it might be interesting to talk to.

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Talking about all the different things that 'digital' means in the cultural and heritage sectors. Tales of success and failure, interrogating the shiny new things and looking at what works (or not) and why, Interviews with digital folks working in-house, consultants, funders, and whoever else it seems like it might be interesting to talk to.

    Episode 021 - Patrick Fox

    Episode 021 - Patrick Fox

    In this episode we chat with Heart Of Glass CEO, Patrick Fox.

    Heart Of Glass are a St Helens, Merseyside-based collaborative and social arts agency. They work "with artists and community groups, young people, asylum seekers and refugees, LGBTQ+ people, disabled people, older people and communities of all kinds" to "support each other – and learn from each other – on creative journeys of enquiry and exploration."

    We chatted about how the organisation's use of digital has shifted over the pandemic, how you can create digital serendipity, the digital divide, and much more

    • 48 min
    Episode 020 - Drew Graham

    Episode 020 - Drew Graham

    A really enjoyable chat with my pal, Drew. We compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the banking and cultural sectors.

    Drew in his own words is "a serial entrepreneur turned banker; a sheep in wolf’s clothing. He recently left Barclays where he was Director of Digital Strategy since 2019. He was previously the Head of Platform for the Standard Chartered Virtual Bank in Hong Kong. He joined Standard Chartered as Director of Fintech Strategy and Engagement in 2016. Before renting his soul, he founded and led a financial inclusion payments company in Indonesia, a financial services Cloud services company in Hong Kong, an oil and gas technology infrastructure company in Papua New Guinea, a data analytics startup in Berlin and a zip line in Singapore." 

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Episode 019 - Simon Baker

    Episode 019 - Simon Baker

    A lovely chat with Wise Children's Technical Director, Simon Baker. We talk about Simon's career, the DIY approach that Wise Children have taken to their digital activity, why the "bodge it" skills you learn doing audio are useful in a digital context, the potential of audio experiences for storytelling, understanding signal flow, and loads more. 

    • 51 min
    Episode 018 - Eva Liparova

    Episode 018 - Eva Liparova

    We're back! A conversation with theatre producer and digital product manager, Eva Liparova about the 'hyper reality opera experience' that she worked on with the Royal Opera House last year. This was a fascinating conversation which explored remote creative teams, technologists and theatre practitioners working together, creative uses of new technologies, how you design audience experiences and expectations and lots more.

    • 55 min
    Episode 017 - Robin Cantrill-Fenwick

    Episode 017 - Robin Cantrill-Fenwick

    We sit down with Robin Cantrill-Fenwick, CEO of Baker Richards, to discuss the findings of their Culture Restart audience sentiment tracker. We explore how audiences are feeling about returning to in-person cultural experiences (whenever that may be), emerging insights around pricing and distribution of digital content, segmentation models, and consumer psychology.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 016 - Matt Locke

    Episode 016 - Matt Locke

    A conversation with one of the Directors of Storythings, Matt Locke. We discuss digital audiences, attention patterns, formats, shifts in behaviour, and loads more.

    Matt has held senior positions at Channel 4 and the BBC, been a curator of a gallery, set up and run digital art programmes, and attend Glasgow School of Art in the early 90s. He has a fascinating perspective on content and audiences and his blog is well worth a read https://howtomeasureghosts.substack.com/

    • 54 min

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