Share

Somewhere To Believe In

A Greenbelt Podcast

This July, we’re launching ‘Somewhere To Believe In’, a brand new podcast from the lovely people who (usually) bring you Greenbelt Festival (when there’s not a global pandemic on). Because you can’t come to us this summe
Latest Episode10/19/2020

Everybody Now

Season 1, Ep. 9
Greenbelt Festival is proud to be taking part in Everybody Now.We’ve caused a turning point in the Earth’s natural history. Everybody Now is a podcast about what it means to be human on the threshold of a global climate emergency, in a time of systemic injustice and runaway pandemics. Scientists, activists, farmers, poets, and theologians talk bravely and frankly about how our biosphere is changing, about grief and hope in an age of social collapse and mass extinction, and about taking action against all the odds.On 19th October 2020, Everybody Now is being released by podcasters all over the world as a collective call for awareness, grief and loving action.With contributions from:Dr. Gail Bradbrook - scientist and co-founder of Extinction RebellionProf. Kevin Anderson - Professor of Energy and Climate Change at the University of ManchesterDámaris Albuquerque - works with agricultural communities in NicaraguaDr. Rowan Williams - theologian and poet, and a former Archbishop of CanterburyPádraig Ó Tuama - poet, theologian and conflict mediatorRachel Mander - environmental activist with Hope for the FutureJohn Swales - priest and activist, and part of a community for marginalised peopleZena Kazeme - Persian-Iraqi poet who draws on her experiences as a former refugee to create poetry that explores themes of exile, home, war and heritageFlo Brady - singer and theatre makerHannah Malcolm - Anglican ordinand, climate writer and organiserAlastair McIntosh - writer, academic and land rights activistDavid Benjamin Blower - musician, poet and podcasterFunding and Production:This podcast was crowdfunded by a handful of good souls, and produced by Tim Nash and David Benjamin BlowerPermissions:The song Happily by Flo Brady is used with permission.The song The Soil, from We Really Existed and We Really Did This by David Benjamin Blower, used with permission.The Poem The Tree of Knowledge by Pádraig Ó Tuama used with permission.The Poem Atlas by Zena Kazeme used with permission.The Poem What is Man? by Rowan Williams from the book The Other Mountain, used with permission from Carcanet Press.
10/19/2020

Everybody Now

Season 1, Ep. 9
Greenbelt Festival is proud to be taking part in Everybody Now.We’ve caused a turning point in the Earth’s natural history. Everybody Now is a podcast about what it means to be human on the threshold of a global climate emergency, in a time of systemic injustice and runaway pandemics. Scientists, activists, farmers, poets, and theologians talk bravely and frankly about how our biosphere is changing, about grief and hope in an age of social collapse and mass extinction, and about taking action against all the odds.On 19th October 2020, Everybody Now is being released by podcasters all over the world as a collective call for awareness, grief and loving action.With contributions from:Dr. Gail Bradbrook - scientist and co-founder of Extinction RebellionProf. Kevin Anderson - Professor of Energy and Climate Change at the University of ManchesterDámaris Albuquerque - works with agricultural communities in NicaraguaDr. Rowan Williams - theologian and poet, and a former Archbishop of CanterburyPádraig Ó Tuama - poet, theologian and conflict mediatorRachel Mander - environmental activist with Hope for the FutureJohn Swales - priest and activist, and part of a community for marginalised peopleZena Kazeme - Persian-Iraqi poet who draws on her experiences as a former refugee to create poetry that explores themes of exile, home, war and heritageFlo Brady - singer and theatre makerHannah Malcolm - Anglican ordinand, climate writer and organiserAlastair McIntosh - writer, academic and land rights activistDavid Benjamin Blower - musician, poet and podcasterFunding and Production:This podcast was crowdfunded by a handful of good souls, and produced by Tim Nash and David Benjamin BlowerPermissions:The song Happily by Flo Brady is used with permission.The song The Soil, from We Really Existed and We Really Did This by David Benjamin Blower, used with permission.The Poem The Tree of Knowledge by Pádraig Ó Tuama used with permission.The Poem Atlas by Zena Kazeme used with permission.The Poem What is Man? by Rowan Williams from the book The Other Mountain, used with permission from Carcanet Press.
8/28/2020

Criminal with Clive Stafford Smith

Season 1, Ep. 8
In our final episode of season one, Katherine and Paul are joined by human rights lawyer, founder of Reprieve and all-round international justice powerhouse, Clive Stafford Smith.Clive candidly discusses his work representing prisoners facing the death penalty, those held in secret prisons (including Guantanamo Bay), and the victims of assassination by drones. He also shares his less-than-glowing views on the criminal justice system, our treatment of criminals and forensic science.He even uses his incredible mind-melding abilities to interrogate Katherine and Paul (not like that) and poses a series of head-scratchers. Would you send someone you love to prison? What’s the worst thing Paul’s ever done? Is Katherine a marxist? All this and much more...It’s an important conversation to hear, but be aware it occasionally features some strong language and there are descriptions of torture. Possibly not one for the kids.Links, resources and episode timestamps (for all you skippers out there) below.____ABOUT CLIVE STAFFORD SMITHCLIVE STAFFORD SMITH JD OBE is the founder of Reprieve, a London based human rights charity that focuses on the direct representation of prisoners facing the death penalty around the world, those held in secret prisons, and the victims of assassination by drones. Born in Cambridge, he is a dual UK-US national. He was educated at Radley College, where he studied science and mathematics. His law degree comes from Columbia Law School in New York. He worked for nine years at the Southern Center for Human Rights, a charity in Atlanta; in 1993, he founded the Louisiana Crisis Assistance Center, a non-profit law office in New Orleans specializing in the defence of capital cases at the trial level; he founded Reprieve in 1999. In early 2002 he was one of three lawyers who filed the initial litigation in Rasul v. Bush, to force the Bush administration to respect the rights of Muslim prisoners in Guantánamo Bay and other secret prisons. In 2000, he was awarded the OBE by Queen Elizabeth II for “services to humanity”. He has been involved in more than 300 death penalty cases in the US and around the world, and has helped secure the release of 80 detainees in Guantánamo Bay, where he continues to represent a further 7 detainees. He lives in Dorset.Twitter: CliveSSmith____LINKS AND RESOURCESReprieve https://reprieve.org.uk/Kris Maharaj https://reprieve.org.uk/update/kris-maharaj-turns-80/Ahmed Raabbani https://reprieve.org/cases/ahmed-rabbani/‘The World of Reprieve’ by Clive Stafford Smith https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/talks/the-word-of-reprieve/____TAKE ACTIONhttps://reprieve.org.uk/take-action/____00:00 - Welcome to Somewhere To Believe In00:30 - Katherine and Paul catch up03:00 - Feedback from listeners04:40 - Introducing Clive Stafford Smith and his work05:49 - Clive joins the conversation06:00 - Clive on covid and human rights09:50 - Clive on how he got into law11:00 - Clive on the British legal system14:14 - Clive on innocence and fair trials 15:50 - Clive on forensic science16:50 - Clive on prison19:00 - Clive on the criminal justice system24:10 - Clive on rehabilitation25:30 - Clive on secret executions26:20 - Clive on doing better28:20 - Talk Snippet from GB2017 ‘The World of Reprieve’37:30 - Clive on Guantanamo Bay42:20 - Clive on hunger strikes44:30 - Clive on what we can do to help47:00 - Clive on violence and pacifism50:40 - Clive on faith54:00 - Clive on passion58:36 - Katherine and Paul reflect on the conversation with Clive01:07:00 - How to get in touch with us01:08:10 - Thank you’s____A huge thanks to the Greenbelt Volunteer Talks Team for all their hard work on editing this episode. Our podcast music is ‘I Can Change’ by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires.____https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/#SomewhereToBelieveIn
8/21/2020

Climate with Amelia Womack

Season 1, Ep. 7
This week Katherine and Paul are joined by Amelia Womack, Deputy Leader of the Green Party. We talk about how, growing up, Amelia was inspired by David Attenborough to get into climate action, as well as her not-so-pleasant experiences as a young female politician in a male-dominated workplace. We also get Amelia’s take on the - literally - burning environmental and political issues of the day.Elsewhere Paul and Katherine talk about the quirks of their respective campervans, the protests currently happening in Belarus *and* we get an essential update on what Mums of the Greenbelt Staff Team (MotGST) think of the podcast.Links, resources and episode timestamps (for all you skippers out there) below.____ABOUT AMELIA WOMACKAs the Green Party has moved from being a fringe party to a major political force, Green issues have moved their way up the mainstream news agenda. From living a month without plastics, to taunting Piers Morgan about vegan sausage rolls and advocating rewilding as a solution to flooding, Amelia's five years as Deputy Leader of the Green Party have put her at the heart of the Green surge.Facebook: @GreenAmeliaWomackInsta: @greenameliawomackTwitter: @Amelia_Womack____LINKS AND RESOURCESLukashenka vs. democracy: Where is Belarus heading? https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/blogs/ukrainealert/lukashenko-vs-democracy-where-is-belarus-heading/Piers and Deputy Green Party Leader Clash in Meat Tax Debate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrynJiZDkc8Green Party https://greenparty.org.uk/Young Greens https://www.younggreens.org.uk/The Anti Fracking Nana’s https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/artists/the-nanas/Talk: ‘There Is No Planet B’ by Mike Berners-Lee https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/talks/there-is-no-planet-b-a-handbook-for-the-make-or-break-years/Book: ‘There Is No Planet B’ by Mike Berners-Lee https://theresnoplanetb.net/Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 https://www.futuregenerations.wales/about-us/future-generations-act/Doughnut Economics https://www.kateraworth.com/doughnut/____00:00 - Welcome to Somewhere To Believe In00:30 - Katherine and Paul catch up05:00 - Katherine and Paul on the upcoming festival weekend06:40 - Katherine and Paul on the protests in Belarus09:50 - Katherine and Paul on Palestine12:05 - Introducing Amelia Womack and her work12:25 - Amelia joins the conversation12:57 - Amelia on her interview with Piers Morgan14:40 - Amelia on her journey into Politics17:40 - Amelia on making change19:30 - Amelia on leadership21:13 - Amelia on power and politics23:00 - Talk Snippet from GB19 ‘There Is No Planet B’ by Mike Berners-Lee31:05 - Amelia on what is stopping us from making change33:25 - Amelia on “building back better”35:16 - Amelia on the power of local communities37:35 - Amelia on Brexit trade deals39:45 - Amelia on connecting with nature40:55 - Amelia on representation in politics44:00 - Amelia on hope45:33 - Katherine and Paul reflect on the conversation with Amelia55:00 - How to get in touch with us57:00 - Coming up next week58:40 - Thank you’s____A huge thanks to the Greenbelt Volunteer Talks Team for all their hard work on editing this episode. Our podcast music is ‘I Can Change’ by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires.____https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/#SomewhereToBelieveIn
8/14/2020

Love with Ruth Hunt

Season 1, Ep. 6
This week on the podcast Katherine and Paul welcome *takes deep breath* openly-Catholic gay rights campaigner, life-long advocate for inclusion and equality, ex-CEO of Stonewall and recently appointed Baroness of Bethnal Green, Ruth Hunt.With inclusion, love and acceptance in our minds, we discuss the complex relationship between religion and sexuality and ask each other why the church is STILL so obsessed with who we love? Ruth talks about her own journey in connecting her faith with her advocacy.Plus, Katherine and Paul talk more about our plans for our #GBWildAtHome festival weekend and respond to critics who accuse Greenbelt of being an echo-chamber of lovey-dovey ideals.Links, resources and episode timestamps (for all you skippers out there) below.____ABOUT RUTH HUNTRuth Hunt is a co-founder and director of organisational change consultancy, Deeds & Words, which she runs with her partner Caroline Ellis. Prior to this she was CEO of LGBT human rights charity Stonewall, where she worked her way up through the policy and campaigning team over fourteen years. In this time the UK took huge steps towards equality for LGBT people, including equal marriage and equal adoption rights for same-sex couples. During her tenure as CEO, Stonewall also became trans inclusive. In 2019 Ruth became Baroness Hunt of Bethnal Green and continues to fight for societal change and a kinder type of politics from the cross-benches. Ruth is a practising Christian and lives in London with her partner Caroline.Insta: ruthiehuntTwitter: @ruth_hunt____LINKS AND RESOURCESStonewall https://www.stonewall.org.uk/Deeds & Words https://www.deedsandwords.co.uk/OUT at Greenbelt https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/out-at-greenbelt/https://www.facebook.com/OutatGreenbelt/https://twitter.com/outatgreenbeltCaroline Criado Perez https://www.carolinecriadoperez.com/Stonewall’s glossary of LGBT+ terms https://www.stonewall.org.uk/help-advice/faqs-and-glossary/glossary-terms____TAKE ACTIONYou can find a list of open UK petitions around LGBT+ issues here: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions?state=open&q=lgbt____00:00 - Welcome to Somewhere To Believe In00:30 - Katherine and Paul catch up01:39 - Katherine and Paul on the upcoming festival weekend03:20 - Listener questions and comments05:40 - Introducing Ruth Hunt and her work06:06 - Ruth joins the conversation06:20 - Ruth on lockdown08:00 - Ruth on being a Baroness10:08 - Ruth on Deeds & Words 12:34 - Ruth on gender and racial bias in tech13:55 - Ruth on Stonewall16:40 - Ruth on trans inclusion17:50 - Ruth on making effective change20:00 - Ruth on Greenbelt Festival and faith21:38 - Talk Snippet from #GB15 ‘Thou Shalt Not Be Overcome: LGBT People, Our Allies, and the Christian Church’30:39 - Ruth on The Book of Queer Prophets33:57 - Ruth on why the church still cares about who we love36:30 - Ruth on human compassion37:48 - Ruth on hope for the future and Black Lives Matter42:18 - Katherine and Paul reflect on the conversation with Ruth51:00 - LGBT+ communities and Greenbelt Festival54:25 - OUT at Greenbelt1:01:51 - Thank you’s1:02:39 - Hidden Track - Ruth’s guide to LGBT+ terminology____A huge thanks to the Greenbelt Volunteer Talks Team for all their hard work on editing this episode. Our podcast music is ‘I Can Change’ by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires.____https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/#SomewhereToBelieveIn
8/7/2020

Coffee with Abdul-Rehman Malik

Season 1, Ep. 5
This week Katherine and Paul welcome the ever-inspiring Muslim thinker, writer and Yale Divinity School lecturer, Abdul-Rehman Malik. We brew up a conversation about food, drink and spirituality, and how slowing down to enjoy the ritual of making coffee can have a positive impact on your well-being.Abdul-Rehman, our unofficial spiritual guide and guru, tells us about the challenges and benefits of observing Ramadan during lockdown this year, as well as how this unusual time has been a great catalyst for change. Meanwhile, Katherine and Paul discuss why Greenbelt Festival made the decision to work more closely with Muslim communities in the UK after 9/11. And, perhaps most importantly of all, we find out if Katherine is a morning or evening person (spoiler alert: her answer may surprise you). Take a moment to make a nice hot brew to enjoy with this episode! Links, resources and episode timestamps (for all you skippers out there) below.____ABOUT ABDUL-REHMANAbdul-Rehman Malik is an award winning journalist, educator and cultural organiser. Since June 2019 he has been Lecturer and Associate Research Scholar at the Yale Divinity School. He also serves as the Programme Coordinator at Yale University’s Council on Middle East Studies, and is responsible for developing curricula and partnerships with public schools to promote better cultural, language and religious literacy about the Middle East.https://about.me/abdulrehmanmalikTwitter: @ArMalikInstagram: @armalik____LINKS AND RESOURCES‘The Mohammedan Bean: The Secret History of Islam and Coffee’ by Abdul-Rehman Malik https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bkti89ndu4M&feature=youtu.beCanada’s Drag Race https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/p08h1dp1/canadas-drag-raceThe Book of Queer Prophets https://www.hive.co.uk/Product/Ruth-Hunt/The-Book-of-Queer-Prophets--24-Writers-on-Sexuality-and-Religion/24136263Harvard study on health and happiness https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2017/04/over-nearly-80-years-harvard-study-has-been-showing-how-to-live-a-healthy-and-happy-life/More from Abdul-Rehman at Greenbelt Festivalhttps://www.greenbelt.org.uk/talks-archive/#~abdulWe didn’t mention this one in the episode, but if you want to find out more about gender fluidity in the bible, we recommend you check out Peterson Toscano:https://petersontoscano.comhttps://petersontoscano.com/portfolio/transfigurations/Twitter: @p2son____00:00 - Welcome to Somewhere To Believe In00:30 - Katherine and Paul catch up07:00 - Katherine and Paul talk about Islam and Greenbelt Festival11:40 - Introducing Abdul-Rehman and his work12:18 - Abdul-Rehman joins the conversation12:30 - Abdul-Rehman on Ramadan during lockdown16:20 - Talk Snippet from #GB16 ‘The Mohammedan Bean: The Secret History of Islam and Coffee’15:00 - Abdul-Rehman on spirituality and food28:24 - Abdul-Rehman on community31:35 - Abdul-Rehman on Friday prayers35:00 - Abdul-Rehman on changes to traditional rules25:40 - Abdul-Rehman on racial justice40:50 - Abdul-Rehman on how we can be better42:50 - Abdul-Rehman on Greenbelt43:30 - Abdul-Rehman on death49:00 - Abdul-Rehman on lockdown beards49:40 - Katherine and Paul reflect on the conversation with Abdul-Rehman54:00 - How to get in touch with us57:50 - Coming up in next week’s episode58:30 - Thank you’s-____A huge thanks to the Greenbelt Volunteer Talks Team for all their hard work on editing this episode. Our podcast music is ‘I Can Change’ by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires.____https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/#SomewhereToBelieveIn
7/31/2020

Activism with Sarah Corbett

Season 1, Ep. 4
This week we’re talking about activism and kindness with the inspiring activist and creator of the Craftivist Collective, Sarah Corbett. We hear about Sarah’s remarkable journey growing up as the daughter of activists who campaigned for social change around the world, and her subsequent journey into activism as a career.Sarah’s work challenges traditional ideas of activism as loud and confrontational, as well as what constitutes a campaign ‘win’. Her gentler, more empathetic approach has brought some amazing results. Sarah talks us through some of her success stories as well as about how being kinder to yourself and others is an effective way to change the world.We also hear from Katherine and Paul about why they're still not over not being in the fields with thousands of Greenbelters this year, who their dream bookings would be, and what we have planned for our virtual Greenbelt this summer.As always, you can find links, resources and episode timestamps (for all you skippers out there) below.____ABOUT SARAHSarah Corbett grew up in an activist family and has worked as a professional campaigner for over ten years, most recently with Oxfam. She started doing craftivism (craft + activism) in 2008 as a reaction to traditionally more aggressive or ‘quicker’ forms of activism. Due to demand Sarah set up the global Craftivist Collective in 2009, which now has thousands of supporters across the world taking part in her craftivism projects.https://craftivist-collective.com/Twitter: @CraftivistsFacebook: @CraftivistCollectiveInstagram: @craftivists____LINKS AND RESOURCESCraftivist Collective https://craftivist-collective.com/Craftivist Collective campaigning for living wage (Rosa Parks Hankie) https://craftivist-collective.com/What-we-achieved-at-Marks-and-Spencer-AGMPositive News Magazine https://www.positive.news/____MORE FROM SARAH AT GREENBELThttps://www.greenbelt.org.uk/artists/sarah-corbett/Gentle Protest: how gentleness can be a powerful tool in activism (2017) https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/talks/gentle-protest-how-gentleness-can-be-a-powerful-tool-in-activism/A spoonful of craft helps the activism go down (2017) https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/talks/a-spoonful-of-craft-helps-the-activism-go-down/____00:00 - Welcome to Somewhere To Believe In00:30 - Katherine and Paul catch up04:30 - Katherine and Paul talk about Greenbelt Festival 202010:40 - Messages from listeners14:17 - Introducing Sarah Corbett and her work14:50 - Sarah joins the conversation15:40 - Sarah on Greenbelt Festival16:43 - Sarah on how she got into activism19:20 - Sarah on being an introverted activist20:58 - Sarah on faith and Jesus22:46 - Sarah on activism as a career and avoiding burnout24:35 - Sarah on craftivism27:10 - Talk Snippet from #GB17 'Gentle Protest: how gentleness can be a powerful tool in activism'38:50 - Sarah on seeing the best in people40:08 - Sarah on other forms of activism41:20 - Sarah on anger43:14 - Sarah on the personal benefits of gentle activism48:00 - Katherine and Paul reflect on the conversation with Sarah57:18 - Coming up in next week’s episode57:30 - How to get in touch with us59:30 - Thank you’s____A huge thanks to the Greenbelt Volunteer Talks Team for all their hard work on editing this episode. Our podcast music is ‘I Can Change’ by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires.____https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/#SomewhereToBelieveIn
7/24/2020

Empire with Danny Dorling

Season 1, Ep. 3
This week Katherine and Paul welcome the incredible social geographer Danny Dorling. Join us as we don our breathing apparatus and dive deep, deep down into all sorts of topics including the British Empire, inequality, brexit and pandemics.Danny’s huge brain is our guide in contemplating a more honest understanding of Britain's history and position in the world. He challenges us to confront why we, as a country, often think we’re somehow special and different to other countries.When Danny spoke at Greenbelt last year, he spoke about Brexit. We managed to catch up with him in June to talk about all the latest B-word antics, as well as the odds on a second lockdown. Meanwhile Katherine and Paul tackle their own demons as they react to some less-than-positive feedback in which Greenbelt was compared, obviously, to the antichrist.As always, you can find links, resources and episode timestamps (for all you skippers out there) below.____ABOUT DANNYDanny Dorling is a professor at the University of Oxford and has lived all his life in England. To try to counter his myopic worldview, in 2006, Danny started working with a group of researchers on a project to remap the world (www.worldmapper.org). He has published with many colleagues more than a dozen books on issues related to social inequalities in Britain and several hundred journal papers.http://www.dannydorling.org/Twitter: @dannydorling Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dorlingdanny____LINKS AND RESOURCES‘What’s So Funny About Brexit?’ by Danny Dorling https://bit.ly/gbtv-brexitPussy Riot in residence https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/artists/pussy-riot-in-residence/‘SLOWDOWN’ by Danny Dorling http://www.dannydorling.org/books/SLOWDOWN/Rhodes Must Fall, the removal of a Cecil Rhodes statue in Oxford https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodes_Must_Fall___TAKE ACTIONAdd education on diversity and racism to all school curriculums: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/323808Making the UK education curriculum more inclusive of BAME history: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/323961Teach Britain's colonial past as part of the UK's compulsory curriculum: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/324092There are several ongoing petitions about race and equality more widely, which you can view here: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions?state=open&topic=race-and-equality____MORE FROM DANNY AT GREENBELT‘What’s So Funny About Brexit?’Audio: https://bit.ly/gbtalk-brexit Video (with subtitles): https://bit.ly/gbtv-brexit‘Peak Inequality and Food Bank Use’https://bit.ly/gbtalk-foodbank____00:00 - Welcome to Somewhere To Believe In00:30 - Katherine and Paul catch up01:40 - Reactions to Somewhere To Believe In03:08 - Messages from listeners04:30 - Katherine and Paul’s favourite Greenbelt Festival moments07:25 - Introducing Danny Dorling and his work08:00 - Danny joins the conversation08:19 - Danny on lockdown09:20 - Danny on Greenbelt and Brexit11:46 - Danny on the British Empire and Brexit12:45 - Talk Snippet from #GB19 ‘What’s So Funny About Brexit?’23:21 - Danny on pandemics and kindness26:50 - Danny on a hopeful future29:00 - Danny on the second peak of covid-1932:38 - Danny on “Make Britain Great Again”34:50 - Danny on the fall of the British Empire36:20 - Danny on colonial monuments and statues37:13 - Danny on his new book ‘Slow Down’40:00 - Danny on spending and what really matters42:14 - Danny on inequality44:46 - Danny’s recommendations48:00 - Katherine and Paul reflect on the conversation with Danny53:18 - Coming up in next week’s episode53:58 - How to get in touch with us55:24 - Thank you’s____A huge thanks to the Greenbelt Volunteer Talks Team for all their hard work on editing this episode. Our podcast music is ‘I Can Change’ by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires.____https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/#SomewhereToBelieveIn