Positive Negative

Josh Brown & Laurence Hall

Positive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.In series one we’re discussing the Coronavirus and the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown.

With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically and more

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Josh speaks with Dr Sara Reis, Head of Research & Policy for the Women's Budget Group (WBG). They discuss the impacts the lockdown has had, is having and will continue to have on women.Episode LinksDr Sara Reis: TwitterWomen's Budget Group: Website | TwitterThe blog that Josh stumbled across was Personal debt is a feminist issue on the Brave New Europe website.The WBG also produce a weekly newsletter providing updates on the gendered impact of Covid-19. The briefings Sara sent us on the impact of Covid-19 on women:On the impact of Covid-19 crisis on women (including pre-existing inequalities and how they’re exacerbated now)What to take into account as lockdown is easedYou'll also be able to hear Sara give a Q&A for Bureau Local's #NewsYouCanUse fortnight on June 19th at 1pm. Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Jun 2020

40 min 53 sec

Today we hear from the voices from the crowd at the Black Lives Matter protest that took place in Cardiff's Bute Park on Saturday, June 6th 2020. Black Lives Matter is an international human rights movement which began in 2013 with the #BlackLivesMatter in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer and has been active ever since. The killing of George Floyd on May 25th sparked international protests, such as the one held in Cardiff. In this episode, Laurence took a microphone, on a makeshift boom pole (to enable social distancing) and listened to what people in the crowd had to say. Thanks to all those who contributed to the episode, we are very grateful for you sharing your words with us.  This special episode replaces our regular episode that would have been published today. Episode LinksBlack Lives MatterBlack Lives Matter TwitterBlack Lives Matter Cardiff TwitterThe story of the Cardiff Three is mentioned in this episode, the interviewee mentioned she learnt more about them from a BBC Sounds podcast series The Cardiff Three (Podcast)Another contributor talks about his blog which you can find here his name is Jafar Iqbal and you can follow him on Twitter @_JafarIqbal_If you want to see some amazing ariel images of the protest check out Cardiff Eye in the Sky on Instagram, you can see the crowd are peacefully protesting whilst following social distance guidelines.Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Jun 2020

22 min 54 sec

In this episode, Laurence chats to Melissa Lee, an Aerospace Project Manager and award-winning pole dancer and instructor. They discuss life in lockdown just as restrictions begin to ease, as well as adjustments Melissa has had to make by working and teaching from home.Episode recorded on May 26th.Episode LinksMelissa on Instagram: @melee.xWatch: Dancing for NHS Charities TogetherDonate: Dancing for NHS Charities TogetherThis article from The Independent highlights further the issue of racism in the UK during the pandemic  Coronavirus: Hate crimes against Chinese people almost triple in the UK during the pandemic, police data showsBlack Lives Matter Linksblacklivesmatter.comJustice for George Floyd petitionDemand Racial Data on COVID 19 Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Jun 2020

31 min 54 sec

Josh talks to social justice activist and chef, Kirsty Haigh. She's currently working for Edinburgh's Food For Good Coalition, who've - to date - cooked around 30,000 meals for the people of Edinburgh (the "second cash richest city in the UK", at £16.9bn in 2017 figures). They also talk about the need for a better work-life balance, zero-hours contracts, changes to the food system and a positive side effect of the lockdown; that men are talking more about their feelings and mental health.Episode LinksEdinburgh's Food For Good Coalition:From their crowdfunder website: "It started with a group message and has now evolved into a coalition which makes and distributes meals. We now have a team of volunteer chefs and delivery drivers working in donated kitchen spaces and supporting community organisations. The coalition partners are:"- Edinburgh Food Social- Edinburgh Food Festival- Nourishing Change- Slow Food ScotlandYou'll find Kirsty on Twitter @KirstyEHaigh where she's a constant source of interesting posts on issues around social justice. Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Jun 2020

30 min 14 sec

In today's episode Laurence speaks with Godwin Josiah, one member of The Critics Company; a group of young filmmakers in Nigeria. Last year they gained global recognition for their work on the short film Z: The Beginning which went viral mainly due to the skills they showed in creating visual effects on a very low budget. Laurence and Godwin discuss filmmaking and the effects Covid-19 is having on Nigera. This interview was recorded on April 26th. Episode Links The Critics on YouTubeThe Critics on Twitter Godwin Josiah on TwitterThe Critics on InstagramPositive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

May 2020

19 min 56 sec

Josh speaks with Kelly Edney, Owner and Managing Director of The Dust Dolly, to find out the impact that the pandemic and lockdown has had on her as a small business owner and employee of 10. As well as the financial and administrative hoops, she also talks about the challenges of being in the process of moving house, the community spirit that's inspired her...and a surprise Victoria Sponge! Episode LinksThe Dust Dolly website.The Dust Dolly Facebook.Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

May 2020

28 min 44 sec

In episode 11 of Positive Negative, Laurence speaks with Dr Katherine Witter a trainee psychiatrist working in Saint Albans. Katherine is working on the front line with Covid-19 patients, they discuss this and the mental health implications for those coming out of a serious viral infection and those that aren't getting support through their usual networks. They also discuss family life and the effects the current situation is having on her two young children and her husband.Episode LinksJessica's Coconut CookiesLatest NHS Coronavirus Advice The Guardian: 'Urgent studies needed' into mental health impact of coronavirusCoronavirus scams to watch out for and how to protect yourselfPositive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

May 2020

25 min 57 sec

In episode 10 of Positive Negative Laurence is joined by professional photographer Andrew Walmsley. They discuss his work and how, as a freelancer, he is adjusting to life in lockdown and dealing with having all his income virtually stopping overnight. Episode Links Andrews WebsiteAndrews Instagram Walms WildAndrews Instagram Ginger Snaps MediaAndrews Twitter Andrews FacebookPositive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

May 2020

25 min 25 sec

In our ninth episode, Josh speaks with his friend James, a Secondary School PE Teacher, to find out how he's adjusting to teaching and working from home and what effect he hopes all of this might have on the direction that Education takes in the future.Recorded on April 29th.Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

May 2020

38 min 41 sec

In this episode of Positive Negative, Laurence speaks with Vicki Landi from VLM fitness. They discuss the changes Vicki has had to make to her job in order to still support her clients, juggling home life while working and what impact COVID-19 will have on the future of fitness, even if social distancing continues even if lockdown restrictions are eased. Recorded on May 6thLinks for this Episode Vicki's Website: vlmfitness.comVLM Fitness on Instagram: @vlmfitnessVicki's Twitter: @VLMFitnessVLM Fitness on FacebookVicki's Dad's Social Distancing VideoCouch to 5KPositive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

May 2020

24 min 57 sec

In his next conversation, Josh speaks with Educationalist, Penny Rabiger who he met at a Global Citizenship conference for educators run by Highland One World in Inverness. She was the guest speaker alongside Lisa Williams of the Edinburgh Carribean Association.Recorded on Friday 1st May. Links for this Episode Penny is Director of Engagement at LyftaCo-founder of BAMEEd NetworkShe mentions Runnymede's Our Migration StoryThe UN's Sustainable Development Goals (aka SDGs or 'Global Goals') are 17 goals that came out of a worldwide consultation (including input from the global public) and that followed on from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The latter focused more on the so-called 'developing' world but, as Penny mentions, the SDGs are aimed at every country and acknowledge that more must be done to reduce inequalities, poverty etc. in all countries. They are also used by many educators and offer a useful, accessible framework for engaging educators and pupils alike with global social, political and environmental issues. If you live in Scotland, you may like to join the SDG Network Scotland (for FREE) as an organisation or individual.  Penny's own article on the SDGs, which Josh refers to, is here.Decolonisation of the Curriculum was mentioned and Penny explained how she would describe it. Here's another from SOAS University and another from Lisa Williams of ECA here. Finally, here's a link to Ikigai, which Josh mentioned from Penny's SDG article.Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

May 2020

44 min 40 sec

In this episode of Positive Negative Laurence speaks with Cyprian Ogoti an environmental journalist and activist from Niarobi, Kenya. Laurence met Cyprian last year at an environmental conference and wanted to catch up with him to discuss how he and his family were coping during the COVID-19 pandemic and to learn about the similarities and differences of lockdown life for someone living in Niarobi.Recorded on 26th April. Links for this Episode Instagram: @ecomazingiraDocumentary Trailer: Price of PowerDocumentary Trailer: Food WasteCyprians Blog: https://ecomazingira.blogspot.comBBC News Kenya Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

May 2020

23 min 6 sec

Our next guest is Music Journalist, DJ and friend, Simon Tucker. We've both known Si for almost 20 years since meeting at Uni in Wales. In this conversation he talks about Tangled Parrot, the independent record shop where he works, his love for radio and how he’s adjusting to the challenges of homeschooling a 7 year old!Recorded on April 16th, he also talks about his sobriety during the lockdown and his hopes for the future. Links for this Episode Tangled Parrot Twitter | FacebookHope Not Hate website | Twitter | FacebookLouder Than War website | Twitter | FacebookRadio Free Matlock website | Twitter | FacebookMusic Venue Trust websiteTim Burgess Listening Parties website | Twitter Si mentions how the current situation has been associated with grief. Here's an interesting article in the Harvard Business review that discusses how "That discomfort you're feeling is grief".Hacienda live stream/United We Stream website5G/COVID-19 consipracy theory FT article | BBC articlePositive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Apr 2020

29 min 53 sec

In Laurence's next conversation, he speaks with friend and former collaegue Lucy Radford, Engagement Manager for the Sumatran Orangutan Society (SOS). She explains the impact that the pandemic has had on their work in both the UK and Indonesia - including how their forest patrols (which help to protect Orangutans from illegal activities) have been put on hold, due to social distancing related measures for staff in Indonesia. Recorded on April 8th, she also talks about the potential for Orangutans to contract COVID-19 (like all primates) and how the lockdown may help society to reflect on how we see value in individuals.You can support SOS to take action against deforestation, as well as supporting Orangutans and local communities, by checking out their current campaigns. Links for this Episode SOS on TwitterSOS on FacebookSOS on InstagramPositive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Apr 2020

27 min 2 sec

For Josh's second conversation, and our third episode, he spoke with Anna Myers, Executive Director of WIN, the Whistleblowing International Network.Recorded on Good Friday, she tells us about her career as a lawyer and in the field of whistleblowing, before going on to discuss the pandemic and her hopes for the future.Links for this Episode - Formerly Public Concern At Work, Anna worked for Protect, who aim to "make whistleblowing work for individuals, organisations and society."- The Piper Alpha disaster in 1988, killed 167 oil rig workers.- The Clapham Junction Railway Accident, again in 1988, killed 35 people and injured 484, 69 of those seriously.- The Herald of Free Enterprise capsized in 1987, killing 150 passengers and 38 crew.- The Scottish Government have recently ended (Apr 5th 2020) a period of public consultation to following the Scottish Law Commission’s recommendations in their Report on Defamation.Positive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Apr 2020

39 min 23 sec

Our second episode is a conversation between Laurence and Lee Allen, an NHS Occupational Therapist. They talk about mental health and the surprising effect the lockdown is having for some of Lee's patients.Links for this Episode - NHS Mental health & staying at home- Mental Health UK Managing your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak- SAMH Looking after your mental health in challenging timesPositive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Apr 2020

20 min 39 sec

In our first episode, Josh speaks to Cathi Bertin, the Projector Director for Befrienders; a voluntary organisation which has been working with children and young people and their families in Argyll and Bute since 1989.Links for this Episode Befrienders websiteBefrienders Facebook pagePositive Negative LinksWebsiteTwitterFacebook  YouTubeJoin in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss an episode!

Apr 2020

20 min 36 sec

Positive Negative Linkshttps://www.positivenegativepodcast.comwww.twitter.com/posnegativehttps://www.facebook.com/positivenegativepodcast/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7icfonWw_nloTOSVGkvUAg Join in the discussion by using #posnegativeSpecial thanks toArtwork by George Hall @geogeohallAnimations by Emily Turvey @digeoproductionsAbout UsPositive Negative creates discussion with a wide range of people around the same set of questions, building a picture of how a certain topic or event is affecting them.With COVID-19's sudden and dramatic spread across the globe, we'll be connecting with people from varying personal and professional backgrounds to see what impact the virus, and its repercussions, are having on them personally, professionally, economically, emotionally, physically... Beginning with those within our own broad networks of friends and colleagues, we'll spread the net as far and wide as we can, to help capture stories that shine a light on the breadth of experiences going on in the world around us in this unusual and challenging time. SUBSCRIBE NOW to make sure you don't miss it! You can also follow us on Twitter @PosNegative & find us on Facebook & using #posnegative.

Apr 2020

36 sec