The Out of Home Podcast

Kieran, Kwame, Steven and Yaf have over 40 years of combined experience in sports, culture and entertainment, working for some of the biggest brands in the world.

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  • Episode 169 | AFCON Special w/ La Sunday

    The last of our AFCON content, we present to you a convo with Abidjan creative collective, ‘La Sunday’ who host the best day parties in the city, full of welcoming and friendly vibes + next-level sounds.Kieran, Kwame and Yaf spoke with Lizzy and Lio pitch-side from the Félix Houphouët Boigny Stadium. Lizzy (project manager) hails from Côte d'Ivoire whilst Lio (DJ + A&R) is from Cameroon, and share what the vibe is like in the city, the inception and progress of their collective as well as similarities and differences between those based in Africa and the diaspora.Weekly What Made You Smile segment sharing the positive vibes of the week just gone (4:25)The pair speak on living in Europe, learning from their experiences from a professional and personal level and taking those skills back home (12:07)Lizzy speaks on the unique vibe of Ivorians, explaining the concept of ‘joie de vivre’ which translates to the joy of living (18:12)Widening the lens outside of Abidjan, the pair speak on what Cote d’Ivoire has to offer (29:24)Before signing off, Lizzy and Lio speak to how to ensure people keep coming back to the city and not just for major tournaments (37:25)

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  • Episode 168 | Adventures in Abidjan & AFCON Recap

    The awesome foursome are back again with another offering! Kieran and Yaf dial in from London whilst Steven and Kwame connect from Amsterdam. The vibes are immaculate, the mandem speak about their 10 month 'pause', they revisit their time in Côte d'Ivoire covering the African Cup Of Nations football tournament and speak about what's on the horizon.Kwame apologies for the prolonged absence, whist Steven refuses to do so (3:37)The group compare their differing AFCON experiences of Cameroon in 2022 and Côte d'Ivoire in 2024 (13:24)Kieran adopted a persona of Forgetful Francois and speaks about losing his phone twice (30:47)Yaf shares his take on the vibe, 'calling it a celebration of African culture' (49:06)Kieran talks about recording a spoken word piece recapping the tournament and the clip going viral (62:29)
  • Episode 167 | AFCON Special w/ El Hadji Diouf

    After a bit of an extended pause, we are back and have returned to the Motherland, live from Côte d'Ivoire for the 2023 African Cup of Nations football tournament.Kieran, Kwame, Steven and Yaf have linked up in Abidjan are joined by the two former African Footballer of The Year, Sengalese and ex Liverpool, Lens and Bolton star El Hadji Diouf.Diouf was known for his colourful personality on and off the pitch and speaks openly and freely about his career, misconceptions in the media and the importance of staying connected to Africa whilst living in Europe.-Diouf speaks about his upbringing in Senegal (2:02)-El Hadji speaks about his mission to look after his family when left his country for France at the tender of age 14 to pursue football (4:04)-Diouf reveals when prepping for AFCON whilst playing in Europe, certain managers would encourage him to not play in the tournament in order to ensure he kept his place in the squad (24:59)-The mandem ask the legend for his prediction on the final (Nigeria vs Côte d'Ivoire) and then he asks the group for their thoughts and feelings 44:25
  • Episode 166 | Double Standards and Friendship Tests

    In this week’s episode, with Kie and Yaf out, it's the first ever sole West African Alliance as Steven and Kwame hold things down in Amsterdam.The two funcles (fun uncles) speak about a plethora of topics, double standards in commentary of two collegiate American ballers, Caitlin Clark and Angel Rees and conduct a friendship quiz to test how well they know each other. Sweet, silly and super hilarious, all the things you love about the Out Of Home Podcast.(06:15) Weekly What Made You Smile segment sharing the positive vibes of the week just gone (09:02) Steven shares what the public want the foursome to touch on in the coming weeks…(12:11) The guys speak on the aforementioned, unfortunate race debate after the NCAA Women’s Final(29:27) Kwame and Steven share when they first met, reveal secrets and test how well they know each other
  • Episode 165 | Riding The Wave Of Uncertainty

    In this week’s episode, Steven returns from his trip to the USA bringing stories and a whole lot of vibes. After a rambunctious start, the group talk about how they deal with uncertainty and what measures they take during a period when things aren’t promised.Weekly What Made You Smile segment sharing the positive vibes of the week just gone (13:15)Yaf asks the group about their take on the main topic… (30:21)Kieram shares a recent development in his life (32:07)Kwame speaks about a recent tragedy that he and his family had to go through (44:16)Steven explains how his experience in Portland and how he deals with stress (66:01
  • Episode 164 | Protecting Our Future: The Met Police & Athlete Investments

    In this week’s episode, the mandems sans Steven tap in from Amsterdam and London. They discuss a recent report which confirmed that the Metropolitan Police is rife with racist, sexist and homophobic behaviours. Kie, Kwarmz and Yaf also speak on the news which saw Raheem Sterling announced as an angel investor of Oja, an Afro-Carribean food service and how more of this behaviour should be celebrated; investing in the community. - Weekly What Made You Smile segment sharing the positive vibes of the week just gone (06:08)  - The group discuss the findings of Dame Casey on the Met Police and how there is a lack of trust when dealing with Police (20:04)- The mandem applaud the Oja x Sterling partnership, as well as how footballers and people of influence are stepping out of their traditional zones and using their power for good (47:02)
  • Episode 163 | Friends and Sisters

    The awesome foursome are back in AMS but for two special reasons, for a cinema screening of ‘Golden Generation’ and this very episode! For this one they sat back and invited 10+ friends of the show, all women, who are doing dope stuff in their careers and with their passions.Some of the topics that came up battling imposter syndrome, dealing with the patriarchy and having to deal with chauvinism and more in the workplace. An honest and heartfelt listen from top to bottom.