Dr Phil Wu is the founder and CEO of Absolar – a tech startup with the mission to solve the climate change crisis. Learn all about Phil’s groundbreaking work in tackling the slow uptake of renewable energy in The Business of AI in Renewable Energy as Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen conducts this in-depth interview.
Mary Grimes is a 22 year old youth worker & radio presenter. Having started out on the Kane FM MindWaves project as a young person, she was then offered a part-time role as a youth worker for the service in addition to a weekly show on the radio station, both of which she still holds now.
These positions helped her to gain her full-time youth worker role at Catch 22’s Music to My Ears project and Mary is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss The Business of Youth Work.
Jenniann Davies has worked with young people for over 40 years as teacher/tutor/youth worker/youth justice worker and support worker and is known as the mother hen of community radio station Kane FM.
She is a qualified Teacher, counsellor, and life coach and has written an Anger Management programme using CBT methodology and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Working with Adolescents.
Barnaby Roberts is the founder of Violet Elephant Clothing, a sustainable, ethical clothing brand based in the South West of England.
In the Business of Sustainable Clothing hear Barnaby’s inspiring story and discover how businesses and individuals can contribute to an ethical, sustainable future through this in depth interview by Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen.
Kaya Mahdavieh is an associate clinical health practitioner in the field of health and social psychology, with a determination for co-facilitating project development of health and arts. In main employment, Kaya works across mental health and substance misuse with adults.
On The Business of Substance Use Recovery hear Kaya explain the connection between mental health and substance use as Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen leads an emotive interview.
James Hill was first signed to indie label Black Butter Records in early 2012 and later in the year signed to Sony Relentless with band The Other Tribe, best known for their track Skirts.
In their day The Other Tribe were renowned on the festival circuit for their high energy performances and tribal attire. But what is it really like being signed to a major label? Find out in this interview by Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen.
Cherisse Osei drums to sell-out arenas and global audiences and celebrates 16 years of international touring. She has worked with industry legends including Paloma Faith, Bryan Ferry and Mika.
Her current work is with iconic rock band Simple Minds and in The Business of Drumming find out all about her astonishing career and what it takes to become one of the most sought after drummers in the modern music world.
Will Darby has worked as an English teacher and language assessor in China and Japan for seven years, after having studied English Language and Linguistics at university and is currently based in Guangzhou.
Will began his career when he completed the TEFL course and is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
Kirstie Carrot is ready to share her experience of recovery from drug addiction and trauma.
She is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the realities of dealing with temptations and triggers and share some of the information and tools that she’s learnt on her recovery journey.
This is the Business of Addiction.
Peter Miles is currently on a mission to reverse the ravages of climate change by enabling organisations to offset their carbon emissions and so neutralise the damage they’re doing.
Peter co-founded eHempHouse at the end of 2020. eHempHouse provides the SB system (a Smartbox) free to African farmers so that they can successfully process organic hemp and he is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss The Business of Becoming Carbon Neutral.