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!

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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Clare Jones

Clare Jones

CCO, what3words
What is what3words? Well according to The Economist it's "An ingenious new system of addresses that can locate any place in the country—and, indeed, in the world" and we at Tech Talks agree! Clare Jones (CCO) joins me on the pod to talk about the most simple, yet innovative piece of tech you're going to find out about today!
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Craig Strong

Craig Strong

VP Global Product at Hubble
Craig has 15 years experience developing digital products. He has a wealth of experience of Agile and Lean and how they are best applied. Now at Hubble he is responsible for product management, engineering, R&D and support.
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Damien Lee

Damien Lee

Founder, Mr Lee's Noodles
Mr Lee's Noodles are made by award winning food-tech business Mr Lee's Pure Foods Co. In this chat we meet the founder Damien, who describes why he's not launched in the supermarkets, why his product is proudly expensive, and how tech is helping him get data on his customers, and value to his partners.
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Dan Thomson

Dan Thomson

UK MD, JUUL Labs
Today we tackle a subject some people might view as controversial. We’re interviewing JUUL Labs UK MD Dan Thomson. JUUL’s mission is to improve the lives of the world’s one billion adult smokers by driving innovation to eliminate cigarettes. Why might that be controversial? Because vaping is new, growing, and not well understood. Hopefully today’s podcast helps you form your own opinion.
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Daniel Fogg

Daniel Fogg

COO, BuffaloGrid
Daniel is the COO of BuffaloGrid, the mobile power and internet service for the off-grid world. They are on a mission to connect the next billion. The platform uses solar energy, innovative technology and a cashless payment system to provide power-as-a-service where it’s needed most, helping users integrate into the digital world.
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Danny Witter

Danny Witter

CEO, Work for Good
This week's show features Danny Witter, CEO of Work for Good. Work for Good is a social enterprise on a mission to unleash the giving power of the business world. They advise businesses on smart ways to embed giving for the benefit of the business and charity alike. Their online platform makes donations easy, takes care of legal and tax compliance, and helps businesses tell their giving story.
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Darren Goldsby

Darren Goldsby

CDO at Hearst Magazine UK
Darren is responsible for digital delivery within Hearst Magazines UK. He is chiefly responsible for a new strategy integrating all tech units and highlighting how this can change the business. He has worked for the FT, News UK and Rightmove and has a vast amount of experience to share.
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Darren Jones MP

Darren Jones MP

Science & Technology Select Committee
Darren is the MP for Bristol NW and sits on the Science and Technology Select Committee and within Labour Digital. Darren talks about the need for a greater depth of understanding of tech in politics, suggests how the bodies to regulate tech might be structured, and about the ability of his colleagues and the committee to influence policy.
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Dave Palmer

Dave Palmer

Director of Technology, Darktrace
Today’s guest is Dave Palmer, Director of Technology and co-founder of Darktrace, the world’s leading AI company for cyber security. Created by mathematicians, the Enterprise Immune System uses machine learning and AI algorithms to detect and respond to cyber-threats across diverse digital environments. We chat about how threats are evolving and what role AI is playing in the sector.
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Davide Cervellin

Davide Cervellin

Head of Analytics, Insight & Data, Booking.com
Today’s pod features a returning guest! Davide Cervellin was on Tech Talks over two years ago, and he’s back! He’s now at Booking.com, but is also an author. We chat about his book, and how to ensure your data strategy sets your organisation up for success; what are the issues to watch out for!
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Davide Cervellin

Davide Cervellin

Head of Analytics at Ebay
Davide Cervellin is Head of EU Analytics at eBay, a company he's worked for twice now in a varied and interesting career. In our podcast we explore how data is driving eBay into new markets, and helping to shape their strategy.
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Deirdre McGlashan

Deirdre McGlashan

Chief Digital Officer, MediaCom
Today’s guest is Deirdre McGlashan, the Chief Digital Officer of MediaCom. We caught up in Lisbon where she was addressing technology businesses, challenging them to think about marketing and content in an omnichannel environment. As we move to an increasingly customer centric industry this is a discipline many founders are having to grapple with for the first time in their career.
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Dom Hallas

Dom Hallas

Executive Director, Coadec
Dom is the Exec Director of Coadec, the Coalition for the Digital Economy. He's responsible for giving a voice to digital businesses in policy matters. Given the political climate this is a role that's rather varied and busy at the moment! Have a listen to his thoughts on how best the sector can be represented and pull together.
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Dominic List

Dominic List

CEO and Founder at Comtact
Dominic is an entrepreneur and member of The Maserati 100 (as published in The Sunday Times). As founder of Comtact, a member of the Leap 100 2016, he is a leading light in the field of tech, healthcare and IoT. He is passionate about embracing tech and promoting it's benefits.
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Douglas Lloyd

Douglas Lloyd

Founder at Azoomee
Douglas is a serial entrepreneur having founded, funded and grown 4 start-ups. His current venture is Azoomee, a digital playground for primary school aged children that combines video, games, audiobooks and chat in one safe app. Azoomee has won multiple awards including Innovation of the Year (British Small Business Awards 2016).
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Dr Djamila Amimer

Dr Djamila Amimer

Founder & CEO, Mind Senses Global
Dr Djamila Amimer is the CEO and founder of Mind Senses Global, a boutique AI consultancy. In this show we explore what sectors and businesses are investing in AI, and whether they’re right to even do so! AI has become such an overused buzzword, but there are great user cases around at the moment that show how adoption can be positive and widespread.
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Dr Hannah Allen

Dr Hannah Allen

Associate Medical Director, Babylon Health
Hannah Allen has been an Associate Medical Director at Babylon Health. She talks about femtech and how a lot of tech is created for men by men, how data needs to be handled with responsibility, and how technology is helping grant access and health education to communities in poorer parts of the world.
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Dr James Gupta

Dr James Gupta

CEO, Synap
Dr James Gupta is CEO of Synap, an online training platform that delivers personalised training at scale. The business is in its early stages and this is his story; why he started the business and how. We chat about funding too along the way - hope you enjoy the listen!
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Dr Sue Black

Dr Sue Black

Founder #Techmums
Sue is a Technology Evangelist and Digital Skills Expert, and was awarded an OBE for “services to technology” in the 2016 Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. She is now a UK government advisor, thought leader, Honorary Professor of Computer Science at UCL, social entrepreneur, writer and public speaker.
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Ed Klinger

Ed Klinger

CEO at Flock
Flock is a London-based startup using Big Data to quantify the risks of drone flights. Their platform aggregates and analyses real-time data to make drones safe in cities and provides pay-as-you-flight insurance. They have also recently secured partnership with Allianz.
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Edd Read

Edd Read

CTO and CO-Founder at Graze.com
Edd was one of seven friends who founded graze.com in 2008. They are a firm who have successfully launched grocery products in the space from an online offering and a great tech success story.
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Edward Cooper

Edward Cooper

Head of Mobile, Revolut
Go beyond banking with Revolut! This week's episode features the banking app offering "full stack" financial solutions. Edward describes why he joined the business and what's driving it forward.
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Edward Elliott

Edward Elliott

Programme & Marketing Manager, PUBLIC
Edd is the Programme Manager for GovStart, PUBLIC’s pan-European startup accelerator focused on working within the public sector. We chat about the mindset needed to work with government, the opportunity available across Europe through collaboration, and what surprises Edd about the tech sector!
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