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If you have a vegan business, or are thinking of starting one, then Vegan Business Tribe is here to support you, inspire you, connect you with other vegan business owners - AND give you the knowledge you need to build a successful vegan business. Hosted by Vegan Business Tribe co-founder, David Pannell. Lisa & David have worked with some of the largest high-street brands and food manufacturers to help them understand and connect with the vegan marketplace. David is also the official UK agent ...
 
The Naughty Step is a funny, irreverent and knackered podcast about parenting. In each episode, journalists Stuart Heritage (Guardian and Esquire family columnist) and Robyn Wilder (HuffPo family columnist; ex of The Pool) pull apart the best and worst aspects of having kids, from the hell of other people's kids to whether YouTube sensation Blippi is a wrong'un (he is). The Naughty Step also comes with its own hilarious parenting newsletter, which you should totally subscribe to. Written and ...
 
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Evening Standard political reporter Rachael Burford joins the podcast as some petrol forecourts appear to be getting busier and others are closed altogether due to shortage of fuel. The government’s urging people to “shop normally” when filling up cars, but Transport Secretary Grant Shapps is also not ruling out bringing the army in to help with de…
 
As ES magazine prepares to auction its historic NFT front cover, we speak to art academic Acacia Mei and tech journalist Monty Munford about how digital code is transforming campaigning. 'Brave New World' features black non-binary model Kai-Isaiah Jamal, and Acacia tells us why they believe it's a milestone moment for marginalised groups. Monty exp…
 
Netflix is stepping into the gloriumptious world of Roald Dahl with the acquisition of the company which licences the author’s works in its biggest-ever content deal. Our deputy business editor Joanna Bourke and columnist Melanie McDonagh join the show to look at what new tv shows, movies, musicals and video games might come out of the contract. We…
 
Once cast as rivals from opposite sides of the political divide, Boris Johnson and Joe Biden appear to have smoothed over differences and become, as one US TV journalist described them, 'peas in a pod'. Diplomatically there are signs that the US and UK are becoming closer. There's the nuclear sub deal with Australia and America's allowing double-va…
 
The 5 key things you need to have a successful vegan business. There has never been a better time to have a vegan business. Interest in vegan and plant-based is at an all-time high but with so many huge brands now entering the market, how can you have a vegan business that is ethical but also financially viable? In this seminar live-streamed as par…
 
There are two new stations on the world famous Tube map. Together Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms make the first extension to the Northern Line for 80 years. In this special programme, we speak to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and others as the first passengers got on-board. We hear how the £1.1 billion project …
 
One hasn't even launched, the other appears to be struggling to get off the ground but a new TV rivalry is beginning that could change the face of broadcasting in the UK. GB News has just lost its Chairman and lead presenter Andrew Neil, who now admits he quit because he was in "a minority of one" over the direction of the channel which critics say…
 
ES Magazine has made history as the first UK publication to print an NFT, or non-fungible token, in a ground-breaking piece of moving digital artwork. We speak to deputy art director Jessica Landon who reveals how the piece was created by two of Bjork's collaborators using 160 cameras to create a Matrix-like effect. You can also find out how to bid…
 
The Evening Standard’s political editor Nicholas Cecil joins the show to discuss the cabinet reshuffle. Gavin Williamson’s out as Education Secretary, Dominic Raab’s been shifted from the Foreign Office to Justice Secretary – although he’s also been made Deputy Prime Minister. Nicholas reveals why the thinking behind some of Prime Minister’s decisi…
 
The rise of vegan fashion. Vegan fashion is big right now but it's going to get bigger. With celebrities bringing out their own vegan ranges and many major fashion brands now embracing exotic materials like cactus leather, the global vegan fashion marketplace is projected to be worth 1 trillion US dollars by 2027. But this growth may not be coming …
 
Another downpour, another day of chaos on London. An estimated 25mm of rain fell in the city, causing disruption to commuters, the closure of a tube station, even the flooding of Tower Bridge. We speak to hyrdrologist Dragan Savic and ask why the Capital appears to have developed an increasing problem with flooding? We ask what threats there might …
 
Our deputy political editor David Bond joins us as speculation mounts about how the government plans to get the country through the next few months as doctors warn of another Covid peak. Will we, as rumoured, face a “firebreak” lockdown if the NHS becomes overwhelmed with cases? Will facemask mandates and other restrictions make a comeback? Is the …
 
Frozen the Musical has finally opened in London after a long delay caused by the Covid pandemic - But is it any good? The Evening Standard’s theatre critic, Nick Curtis, tells the podcast the production is hampered by sticking too closely to the movie. We also talk about the £60 million refurbishment of Theatre Royal Drury Lane, which is hosting Fr…
 
The Evening Standard's revealed holidaymakers paid out more than £1 billion for compulsory Covid tests this summer from an industry being investigated for a “laundry list” of bad practices. It follows research by travel expert Paul Charles, of the PC Agency, who joins the podcast to explain how the testing sector has exploded in just a few months, …
 
The Evening Standard's Susannah Butter joins the show to talk about her interview with the Education Secretary that set Twitter ablaze. During their chat Gavin Williamson appeared to confuse footballer Marcus Rashford with rugby player Maro Itoje. The cabinet member's name was trending on the social network, with Rashford himself among commenters s…
 
Should we stop using the term 'plant-based' when talking about our businesses and products? Many vegan companies avoid using 'the V word' to describe themselves in fear it might put off non-vegan customers. But recently, Matthew Glover of Vegan Fried Chicken said VFC were banning the phrase 'plant-based' in their marketing because they are "vegan a…
 
The Evening Standard's Jack Kessler takes a look at the numbers as the Prime Minister announces a 1.25% increase in National Insurance to, Boris Johnson says, fix social care and the NHS following the devastation of the pandemic. The government says the move will raise £36bn, but it breaks a manifesto commitment not to raise taxes and some in the C…
 
Evening Standard reporter Rachael Burford joins the show to talk about how tens of thousands of Londoners have finally started returning to the office. She's been at London Bridge talking to commuters, some of whom haven't been back at their desks for 18 months or more. But is this the start of a long-term return to tubes and busses, or will we see…
 
Arts correspondent Robert Dex joins us to talk about ABBA’s reunion concert in London next year. The band are building their own venue at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and the gig will use digital versions of Benny, Bjorn, Agnetha and Ingrid that have been dubbed “Abbatars”. We also talk about the two new songs that have been released and the pione…
 
It looks like London is going back to the office, but it's far from everyone and it's certainly not every day. Our consumer business editor Jonathan Prynn tells us how another initiative to encourage people back to their desks by reminding them of nights out with colleagues. But with Friday appearing to be a popular work from home day, how effectiv…
 
Throughout this week, schools across London are re-opening after the summer break but can they avoid the shutdowns that blighted last year? Our education editor Anna Davis takes us through what steps are being taken by teachers and pupils to keep Covid-19 at bay, even though face masks aren't mandatory and 'bubbles' are no longer in use. There's al…
 
The Evening Standard's political editor Nicholas Cecil joins the podcast following the departure of the final US soldier from Kabul airport, and the Taliban taking total control of Afghanistan. He tells us why "more speculation than usual" is surrounding the Foreign Secretary's position, as Dominic Raab faces more criticism over his handling of the…
 
Sit in on a recording from one of our vegan businesses networking meetups! A huge part of building a successful vegan business is connecting with other business people who share the same ethics and who are on the same mission as you are. In this episode, we bring you a live recording of a recent VBT networking meet-up where 30 of our members will i…
 
As the Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden writes for the Evening Standard to persuade Londoners to spend money at attractions in the city, our Business Consumer Editor Jonathan Prynn tells us why. He says this weekend is the last chance tourist traps that have been shut for the last 18 months have to bring in cash before everything closes again for th…
 
The Evening Standard’s defence editor Robert Fox joins us following an explosion and gunfire at an entry gate into Kabul Airport. He tells us how the US and UK have been worried about “yet another thing” hampering efforts to get people out of the country, but warns advice to head to the border may be the wrong action to take. He also tells us about…
 
A plea from Boris Johnson and other world leader for the US to extend its deadline for withdrawing troops from Afghanistan has been rebuffed by Joe Biden. To explain what’s happening, the Leader podcast spoke to Dr Julie Norman, deputy director of UCL’s Centre on US politics. She tells us that the White House’s decision is the first example of Bide…
 
As McDonald’s admits its run out of milkshakes across the UK, a group representing the freight industry’s warning Christmas could be hit by serious shortages. The podcast is joined by Natalie Chapman, from Logistics UK, who says a shortage of drivers has been caused by the “perfect storm” of Brexit, Covid and longer-term recruitment issues. The gro…
 
Journalist Sam Fishwick’s been talking to members of the Extinction Rebellion campaign group as it returns to London’s streets for a planned two week long protest. He tells us how the group once dismissed as “crusties” by Boris Johnson has made real world change, but is struggling to overcome its reputation as being loaded with white middle-class e…
 
Grab your tent for this special episode of The Vegan Business Tribe Podcast recorded live at Vegan Camp Out. This weekend-long event is attended by over 10,000 people and celebrates everything it means to be vegan, from activism seminars to rock-star guest headliners - combined with all the fun of camping and late-night partying! Join Lisa and Davi…
 
Marzia Babakarkhail is a former Afghan judge who fled Afghanistan when the Taliban targeted her for assassination during their first time in power in 1996. In this edition of the Leader podcast, she tells us why she was targeted for her work helping divorced women and how she hid for five hours while nine Taliban soldiers ransacked her house lookin…
 
US historian Christopher Phelps, associate professor at Nottingham University, tells us Joe Biden’s “visceral, personal” opinions on Afghanistan have been shaped by his feelings as a father. His son, Beau, served in Iraq in 2009. He died in 2015 from a brain tumour, and Christopher says many of President Biden’s decisions in the Oval Office appear …
 
Our political correspondent Sophia Sleigh joins the podcast after the Prime Minister was savaged by MPs from all sides of the house during a debate on Afghanistan. MPs were recalled to Parliament from their summer break, three days after Afghanistan’s capital Kabul fell to the Taliban. Mr. Johnson said the sacrifice in Afghanistan was “seared into …
 
Understanding how email marketing actually works. Emailing marketing can produce a reliable stream of new customers, but not if you go about it in the wrong way. You can't just email a bunch of people and expect them to buy your product, even if you are a vegan company selling to other vegans - it just doesn't work like that. Instead, email marketi…
 
Afghanistan and authoritarian regime expert Professor Natasha Lindstaedt joins the podcast to explain why it's important Western countries try to talk to the Taliban, even though attempts to moderate them will be "extremely difficult". She describes how isolating the country under the extremist group could lead to further abuses of its people. She …
 
The Evening Standard’s Defence Editor Robert Fox and Political Correspondent Sophia Sleigh join the show to breakdown what’s happening in Afghanistan and what’s next? Robert tells us how the US got “sucker punched” by a behind-the-scenes deal with the Taliban that was brokered without the Afghan government’s knowledge. Sophia says the UK was so sur…
 
This week, 21 firefighters from the United Kingdom volunteered to help Greece battle some of the worst wildfires the country has ever seen. They included experts from London, Merseyside, Wales, the West Midlands and Lancashire, who have been dispatched to Arcadia where the blazes remain fierce two weeks after they were ignited. Team leader Tony Bro…
 
The Evening Standard’s education editor, Anna Davis, is back on the show as the GCSE results are revealed. They show another record year, with 28.9 per cent graded 7/A and above, compared with 26.2 per cent last year. In 2019, the last year exams were held, the figure was 20.8 per cent. Leading the way is London, which has better results than anywh…
 
The Evening Standard’s courts correspondent Tristan Kirk joins the show as the lawyer representing the Duke of York’s accuser has warned against anyone ignoring the US courts, claiming the royal’s legal team have “stonewalled” appeals for information. Virginia Giuffre is suing the Queen’s son for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was a tee…
 
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