The back-catalogue

Every single episode, ever.

The back-catalogue

All of our podcasts, all in one place and ordered by the interviewee's first name.  Interviews with exciting, innovative, engaging tech leaders – what’s not to love!

Ayumi Aoki

Ayumi Aoki

Founder, Women in Tech
Today we celebrate all the amazing women who have given time to appear on our technology podcast! Ayumi Aoki becomes the 91st awesome technologist to share her story with us and explain how her not-for-profit is trying to help women into STEM careers. Happy International Women’s day 2019!
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Ben Aronsten

Ben Aronsten

Chief Marketing Officer at Seedrs
Ben has worked in leadership and digital marketing strategy roles for over 14 years. Now at Seedrs, the equity crowdfunding platform, he is helping shape the success of ambitious businesses across the UK.
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Ben Falk

Ben Falk

Co-Founder, Yo-Da
GDPR - boring right? No. Not if it means that 500 consumers across Europe have a chance to unlock and monetize their data. This week's guest Ben Falk has a solution to do just that; to understand your own data and make sure it works for you, and not someone else. Find out more at www.takebackmydata.co.uk
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Ben Williams

Ben Williams

Director of Advocacy, EYEO
Ben is an experienced communications operations manager with a history of working in the internet industry. In this interview we focus on putting users in charge of the content they see online, and building a user driven means to police and regulate content platforms.
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Ben Wynne-Simmons

Ben Wynne-Simmons

Founder at Tantrumxyz
Ben is the Founder of TantrumXYZ, a site for parents to get advice, recommendations and inspiration. With the Instagram and Snapchat generation maturing into parenthood, online communities are able to help each other through this huge life change in a totally new manner. With that comes design and product challenges familiar to many start-ups, but with a whole new raft of content and user needs. TantrumXYZ have recently been nominated for a Webby as one of the top-5 parenting sites globally.
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Bonnie Lister Parsons

Bonnie Lister Parsons

CEO of School of SOS
Bonnie talks about her struggles convincing the investment community that dance is a business, how she nearly lost herself when changing to be what she thought the market wanted her to be, and how Instagram came to the rescue (thanks to an incredible female community). Today’s episode is a great listen for any would-be founder with a passion, coming into tech for the first time, who is struggling to get their idea off the ground!
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Bruce Grove

Bruce Grove

CEO, Polystream
Bruce is building a platform that taps into compute power across the globe to bring a gaming platform like no other. But Polystream doesn't stop there; medicine, military, transport all provide examples of how this platform could bring new insights to existing platforms.
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Callum Goodwilliam

Callum Goodwilliam

Education Programmes Manager, General Assembly
Today we’re address the need to adopt a “growth mindset” and creating an inclusive learning environment. Callum Goodwilliam took a longer route into tech than some, but is now combining his passion for teaching with tech. As the length of time our skill sets stay relevant for shortens, this is a very relevant episode!
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Callum Rimmer

Callum Rimmer

CTO and Founder at Just Miles
Callum has developed web apps for over 13 years, working at Orange, Deutsche Bank, Connected World and Goldman Sachs. He is now part of a group of technologists disrupting insurance in the growing insurtech market.
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Calvin French-Owen

Calvin French-Owen

CTO, Segment
Calvin and his friends watched 'The Social Network' whilst studying and decided a start-up was for them... then they learnt some lessons. From product misfires, pivots and eventual success, Calvin charts the journey he's had with Segment; a journey that led to him being in Lisbon as a speaker at Web Summit.
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Carlo Gualandri

Carlo Gualandri

CEO, Soldo
For more than 20 years Carlo has developed startups in markets where the digital revolution had disrupted the status quo and created new opportunities. He's now building Soldo, the multi-user spending account for businesses.
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Carol Johnson

Carol Johnson

IT Director at Telegraph Media Group
Carol is responsible for the internal technology used by Telegraph staff. Ensuring her team provide tech services in an environment that's ever-changing is always a challenge, and here we explore the challenges caused by the rate of change and attitudes towards tech. In our topical chat we go Christmas themed!
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Caroline Codsi

Caroline Codsi

President, Women in Governance
Caroline is the president and founder of Women in Governance, a Canadian based not-for-profit aiming to help improve the numbers of women in the boardroom? Why; because pale and stale boards are bad of competition, the economy and wider society. Caroline's is a fantastic story, and one I'm happy we can share on Christmas Eve!
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Caroline Duong

Caroline Duong

CEO, ZINE
Zine is an influencer marketing tech platform, bringing brands and influencers together. In the light of recent criticism, where does influencer marketing go? We discuss regulation, the difference between social celebrity and influencers, and why credibility is key!
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Carolyn Stebbings

Carolyn Stebbings

Managing Director, CodeWorldwide
Carolyn discusses the talent pipeline; how to engage with apprentices and what the learning opportunities are for all involved. We talk about the progression of women through an organisation, why men don’t want to be in people management, and how businesses might respond to the changing working environment.
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Cat Wildman

Cat Wildman

Director of Product, Telegraph Media Group
Cat leads Product development and management for the Telegraph. In this podcast she discusses product 'hygiene' and getting the best out of her team, as well as her path into technology and encouraging more girls to follow in that path.
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Catherine Miller

Catherine Miller

CEO, Doteveryone
On the show today, a welcome return to Doteveryone as they publish their 2020 Digital Attitudes Report. So how do people feel about technology at a time when we've never needed it more? I'm afraid there are some concerning stats, but also positive recommendations. It's key the tech industry listens and engages with people to build trust.
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Charli Rogers

Charli Rogers

VP International Client Services, Yext
Today’s episode focuses on customer experience and success (a subject on the radar of all business leaders today), as well as the power of data to help you to navigate around your business. Charli Rogers from Yext talks about her role, and how Yext are building a culture where coming to work is an experience.
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Charlotte Willis

Charlotte Willis

Head of Governance IPS, Schroders
Charlotte talks about her role at Schroders, how sailing and trampolining have influenced her leadership style, and why she didn't want to be "on the inside" of a computer. This is a great listen from a former-TechWomen100 winner and all round adventurer!
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Cheryl Razzell & Simon Sparks

Cheryl Razzell & Simon Sparks

Director of Platforms & Head of Talent, Polystream
Today's show is a chat with Polystream's Cheryl Razzell and Simon Sparks. We chat about how the lockdown is changing the way we communicate, and what lessons we can carry back into the office when we're let back in! How are you keeping your employee's minds whirring?
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Chris Bradbury

Chris Bradbury

Director of Technology, reed.co.uk
Chris is responsible for technology at reed.co.uk, the UK's largest job board. In this week's podcast he talks about the challenges of being asked to make a business move quicker, why he took this role and the importance of purpose to him, as well as innovation in the sector.
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Chris Gledhill

Chris Gledhill

CEO and CO-Founder at Secco Bank
Chris has recently launched Secco Bank, a pre-licence challenger bank aimed at leaving 20th century preconceptions of banking behind. Having previously been an innovation technologist at Lloyds few people are as qualified to discuss this area.
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Chris Kaye

Chris Kaye

CEO, Sherpa
Chris is trying to get consumers talking about insurance. Not an easy task! But given the changes in the global workforce, and a move to contracting roles and great job mobility, he’s spotted that the traditional insurance market is failing people. We’re chatting to him about Sherpa, the startup meeting that need, and how and why he’s growing the business the way that he is!
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Chris Michaels

Chris Michaels

Digital Director at The National Gallery
Chris is responsible for the digital transformation of The National Gallery, looking at where technology creates benefits for the institution without distracting from the art. We talk about the use of VR and social media and the role they play in bringing the collection to a bigger audience in a whole new manner.
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Chris Perry

Chris Perry

Director of Partnerships, Corndel
Recruiting software engineers has never been harder but the Corndel Software Engineering Academy have a solution; the apprenticeship levy. As many businesses become increasingly dependent on the quality of their software teams it is essential that new and sustainable solutions to this resourcing challenge are found. We're discussing how an apprenticeship programme could help solve some of the key problems facing the tech sector.
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Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

CIO, TELEGRAPH MEDIA GROUP
CIO, TELEGRAPH MEDIA GROUP
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Christian Beedgen

Christian Beedgen

CTO and co founder at Sumo Logic
On Today's show, Dave is talking to Christian Beegan CTO and co-founder at Sumo Logic a Cloud-native Machine Data Analytics Platform for DevSecOps. Dave met up with Christian at this year's Web Summit. Jack and Josie talk about Facebook’s dirty deals with other big businesses and also look at the Guardian’s top tech gadgets of the year! It's the last episode of Tech Talks before Dave returns. A huge thank you to the brilliant Jack Pearce for taking the reigns and our guest co-host Josie Rollings.
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Christina Scott

Christina Scott

CTO at News UK
Christina is a senior exec with experience across the media sector. She's worked in the FT, BBC, ITV and now News UK and is well placed to discuss the evolution of the sector. During our Tech Talk she talked about talent, diversity and how a varied environment is geared to success.
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Christopher Baker-Brian

Christopher Baker-Brian

CO-Founder and CTO at BBOXX
Chris is at BBOXX, a firm committed to developing solutions providing affordable, clean energy to off-grid communities in the developing world. Founded in 2010 by Chris and two fellow Imperial College London students, the company has enjoyed fast growth; BBOXX has now deployed more than 150,000 solar kits and impacted over 750,000 lives across Africa and Asia.
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Christopher Platts

Christopher Platts

Founder and CEO of ThriveMap
Chris is the founder and CEO of ThriveMap, a business using data to make sense of culture-building. He's on a mission to solve complexity bias by asking people simple questions like "how do you want to be managed?" and putting that data in the hands of managers.
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