8 episodes

Soho House is a group of private members’ clubs for people in the creative, arts and media industries. Good Is The New Cool is a movement for leaders in business and culture who want to use their forces for good. Together, they have collaborated on creating a series of podcasts that live at the intersection of cultural and social innovation.

Hosted by Soho House members Afdhel Aziz and Bobby Jones, the Good Is The New Cool podcast series brings us an extraordinary lineup of luminaries from the worlds of fashion, film, art, music and activism, who all believe in using business and culture as forces for good.

In each episode, we learn how bold creative actions can lead to real social change through interviews with the trailblazers who are doing it every day. We delve into their unique stories and the one thing they all have in common – the desire and the courage to transform our world for the better.

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Soho House is a group of private members’ clubs for people in the creative, arts and media industries. Good Is The New Cool is a movement for leaders in business and culture who want to use their forces for good. Together, they have collaborated on creating a series of podcasts that live at the intersection of cultural and social innovation.

Hosted by Soho House members Afdhel Aziz and Bobby Jones, the Good Is The New Cool podcast series brings us an extraordinary lineup of luminaries from the worlds of fashion, film, art, music and activism, who all believe in using business and culture as forces for good.

In each episode, we learn how bold creative actions can lead to real social change through interviews with the trailblazers who are doing it every day. We delve into their unique stories and the one thing they all have in common – the desire and the courage to transform our world for the better.

    8: Cyrill Gutsch

    8: Cyrill Gutsch

    In this final episode of the season, Afdhel and Bobby speak with environmentalist and founder of Parley for the Oceans, Cyrill Gutsch. Through brand partnerships, Parley's mission is to change the way we use fossil fuel plastics. We hear the variety of ways in which Parley are tackling the deadly contamination of the planet’s most important ecosystems; our oceans.

    • 37 min
    7: Hank Willis Thomas and Emma Nuzzo

    7: Hank Willis Thomas and Emma Nuzzo

    Bobby and Afdhel are joined by conceptual artist and provocateur Hank Willis Thomas with his For Freedoms colleague Emma Nuzzo. We hear how they work to turn traditional ad-space into provoking art pieces, designed to inspire civic discourse, in the hopes of uniting a polarised nation.

    • 41 min
    6: Jason Mayden

    6: Jason Mayden

    “If you can play together, you can learn together” a phrase regularly used by Jason Mayden, Nike shoe designer, entrepreneur and kid at heart. In this episode Jason catches up with Bobby Jones on how he came to create Super Heroic, a business aimed at encouraging both parents and children alike, the importance of play.

    • 37 min
    5: Poppy Jamie

    5: Poppy Jamie

    Former TV presenter and founder of the mindfulness app Happy Not Perfect, Poppy Jamie catches up with Bobby about the mental health crisis facing an entire generation and how we can change the way we look after our minds using the very technology that could be damaging them.

    • 37 min
    4: Robert Egger

    4: Robert Egger

    In this episode we hear from the fantastic Robert Egger  the nonprofit leader, speaker, activist and author of the brilliant book “Begging for Change”. Robert discusses his charitable work, proving what it means to have good at the centre of both a business plan and life.

    • 35 min
    3: Maya Enista Smith

    3: Maya Enista Smith

    Making the world a kinder braver place is the professional and life goal of this week’s guest, Maya Smith. Bobby and Afdhel speak to Maya, the executive director of Lady Gaga's Born This Way foundation, about how we can maximise our chances to do good in both business and life, as well as the importance of elevating youth voices.

    • 35 min

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