To wrap up our summer season, we’re giving listeners a proper introduction to Restart’s new(ish) Co-Director, Fiona Dear.
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We’re celebrating 10 years of Restart! This episode is an auditory snapshot of Restart, hearing from volunteers, friends, and the team.
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We talked to Ben Wood, Chief Analyst at CCS Insight and Founder of the Mobile Phone Museum about historic phone design, repairability and consumer trends.
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On this episode of Restart Radio, Ugo Vallauri is joined by Fiona Dear and Shelini Kotecha to talk about the launch of Fixing Factories.
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This month, we welcome back Aaron Perzanowski to the show to talk about his new book, The Right to Repair: Reclaiming the Things We Own.
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We spoke to Nikos Souslous, Co-Founder of Ready Tech Go about the importance of digital access, their impact and how RTG is going to evolve.
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Four months after its launch on Repair Day 2021, we spoke to four people involved in the repair network, Repair Café Aotearoa New Zealand.
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As 2022 gets on the road, we spoke to Jenni Gwiazdowski, from London Bike Kitchen about bike repair and inclusion in cycling.
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We spoke to Mathew Lubari, a repairer from the Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement. Lubari is the founder and a team leader at CC4D, an environmental initiative promoting repair skills.
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As 2021 draws to a close, Janet and Ugo reflected on this precarious but successful year. Despite challenges, we have a lot to celebrate.
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This month we talked to author and activist, Alice Bell about her recent book, Our Biggest Experiment: An Epic History of the Climate Crisis.
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In celebration of Repair Day 2021, we held a webinar Q&A exploring consumption emissions, featuring Professor John Barrett.
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We revisit an episode with photographer, Mark Phillips whose exhibition, 'Repair is essential' is showing in London until 17th October!
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This month we spoke to Dr Karen Patel about her work on Craft Expertise, a project researching inequalities in the craft sector.
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We're revisiting some of our past episodes to reflect on how the repair community has been impacted by the events of the pandemic.
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We're on our summer break from radio this month but we would really appreciate if you can take the time to fill in our listener survey.
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In our final episode of the summer season, we talk to Kate Edwards about building with cob and why it is a really sustainable way forward.
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Despite what the British weather says, summer has come around again and with it comes Restart's summer reading list!
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We talk to Jessa Jones, founder of iPad Rehab about teaching herself logicboard repair, her fight against 'branded' repair, and R2R in the US.
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As businesses and community spaces are able to pick up operations again, we talk to Alys Penfold, Borrower Support Lead at Library of Things.
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We talk to Abby Rose and Jo Barratt from Farmerama - a podcast that aims to share the voices and experiences of regenerative farming.
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Revisiting our conversation with Loubani and Garapick on medical repair and reuse, we learn when intellectual property can be lethal. And we don't just mean for vaccines.
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Robbie Gillet from Possible talks to us about the Badvertising campaign, which seeks to stop harmful adverts contributing to the climate crisis.
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Following Greenland's election, we’re revisiting our interview with Autogena and Portway about their documentary, ‘Kuannersuit/Kvanefjeld’.
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Bas Flipsen and Julieta Bolaños Arriola from TU Delft tell us how 3D printing can be adapted to help solve the electronic waste crisis.
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