A podcast to wax lyrical and have a few laughs with experts and entrepreneurs, health boffins, environmental Earthlings, innovators, free thinkers, big brains, clever clogs Earthlings who are rapidly changing how we live on our lovely blue home. Your co-host Tom Hopper, Robert Sheehan and Byron Knight open up the locker that we call Earth and see what we learn along the way.
“On the Spectrum with Tom and Laura Hopper”
In this episode we talk with Tom and Laura Hopper about their son, Freddie, and the family’s recent journey with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Tom and Laura share their struggles, their victories, and their hopes for the future of autism research, as well as tips on how they’ve approached Freddie’s specific needs.
“Bully-Prof and Moobs” with Noel Clarke
In this episode we chat with Noel Clarke, actor, screenwriter, and director, who is best known for his roles in the television series Bulletproof and Doctor Who. Noel talks with us about dieting and body image, unconscious bias, the insidious effects of systemic racism, and the importance of guarding our minds and bodies against the perils of social media.
“Catching up with Castañeda” David Castañeda
In this episode we’re catching up with our good friend (and on-screen brother), Actor David Castañeda. David talks with us about The Umbrella Academy, the importance he places on training regiments, and regails us with his adventures in acting, fight training, and travel.
“Mind over Matter” with Deepak Chopra
In this episode we talk with Dr. Deepak Chopra, author, world renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation, founder of the Chopra Foundation, and cofounder of Jiyo and Chopra Global. Dr. Chopra helps us expand our hearts and minds, and better understand the connectedness of the natural world.
"Perlman on Toast" with Ron Perlman
Politics. Perspectives. Perlman. In this episode we talk with American television, film, stage and voice actor Ron Perlman about the current political spectrum in America, cults of personality, and the power of the people.
"Disobedient Bodies" with Emma Dabiri
In this episode we get unruly with Activist, Educator, Researcher, and Author of Don’t Touch My Hair (UK) / Twisted (US), Emma Dabiri. Emma talks with us about the importance of disobeying, destigmatizing, and decolonizing existing and oppressive racial and sexist standards.