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The Lumieres Podcast

Jody White

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The Lumieres Podcast

The Lumieres Podcast

Jody White

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The Lumieres is a bi-weekly podcast about people who shine. Those who are calibrated towards helping forge, as Charles Eisenstein termed it, “the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible”. How will you turn the light on in your life?

Latest Episodes

17 – Ian Marchant – A Hero For High Times

EIn this episode you'll hear about his life as a writer, what it's like to reinvent contemporary British trainspotting and be interviewed by Noel Edmonds, as well as a deep dive into the topics covered by his important new book A Hero For High Times: A Younger Reader’s Guide to the Beats, Hippies, Freaks, Punks, Ravers, New-Age Travellers and Dog-on-a-Rope Brew Crew Crusties of the British Isles, 1956–1994 (Jonathan Cape, 2018).

-1 s2018 FEB 15
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17 – Ian Marchant – A Hero For High Times

16 – Bob Rowberry – A Life of Adventures (Pt. 2)

EDeep in a wood in a valley in the Marches of Wales, by an abandoned railway line, there lives a 75 yearold man called Bob Rowberry. His home is an ancient school bus whose engine has died and whose wheels have fallen off.

41 MIN2018 FEB 6
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16 – Bob Rowberry – A Life of Adventures (Pt. 2)

15 – Bob Rowberry – A Life of Adventures (Pt. 1)

EDeep in a wood in a valley in the Marches of Wales, by an abandoned railway line, there lives a 75 yearold man called Bob Rowberry. His home is an ancient school bus whose engine has died and whose wheels have fallen off.

50 MIN2018 JAN 29
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15 – Bob Rowberry – A Life of Adventures (Pt. 1)

14 – Sophia Efthimiou – Singing Ourselves Home

ESophia is singer, choir leader and music teacher based in London and Sussex. She has a unique and infectious style, bringing a sweet balance of humour and depth to her workshops. Her warm and playful nature creates a sense of ease and unity, enabling everyone to drop into a space that is both held and free.

67 MIN2017 DEC 21
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14 – Sophia Efthimiou – Singing Ourselves Home

13 – Rachel Corby – Medicine Woman

ERachel Corby is a medicine woman, plant whisperer and personal rewilding coach and is the author of three books, the most recent of which is Rewild Yourself: Becoming Nature. Rachel leads workshops, retreats, apprenticeships and online mentorships encouraging people to connect with plant spirits and to reignite their own wild core.

77 MIN2017 OCT 31
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13 – Rachel Corby – Medicine Woman

12 – Carl H Smith – Perceptual Evolution

ECarl H Smith is Director of the Learning Technology Research Centre (LTRC) and Principal Research Fellow at Ravensbourne. His background is in Computer Science and Architecture. He is an academic and developer with over 15 years experience conducting R+D into the application of hybrid technologies for perceptual and cognitive transformation.

63 MIN2017 OCT 10
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12 – Carl H Smith – Perceptual Evolution

11 – Luke Brown – Exploring Inner Visions

ELuke Brown’s paintings are a beautiful combination of traditional and digital methods of creation, with a specialism in manifesting extraordinary complex entheogenic dimensions. He describes himself as an explorer, part of a new generation of visionary artists changing the way we view culture and its ties. Most of his works revolve around lucidity and visions obtained through dreaming and sacred plant journeys. These have been the source of his creativity and are clearly reflected in the symmetries and organic, moving surfaces of his work. Digital media allows him to depict his art with incredible detail, closely reflecting the movements of his mind.

60 MIN2017 SEP 22
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11 – Luke Brown – Exploring Inner Visions

10 – Gregory Sams – Sun of God

EGregory Sams has been changing the culture from the age of 19, when he operated the historic organic Seed Restaurant in London in the late 1960s. Within a few years he was running the nation’s first organic food enterprise and in 1982 he created and original VegeBurger, initiating the market for vegetarian food in the process. In 1990 Greg moved from food to fractals, opening the world’s only shop dedicated to new science “chaos theory,” publishing and licensing fractal art worldwide, which led to him authoring two books, Sun of gOd and The State Is Out Of Date.

73 MIN2017 SEP 8
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10 – Gregory Sams – Sun of God

9 – Carolyn Cowan – Kundalini Rebel

ECarolyn Cowan is an internationally acclaimed Kundalini Yoga teacher, specialising in preparing mothers for birth. Alongside this, she is also a practicing Psychosexual and relationship therapist. Prior to her career as a therapist and yoga teacher, she was a fashion designer and photographer. During the 1980s, she earned acclaim as a makeup artist in the pop music video industry.

87 MIN2017 MAY 26
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9 – Carolyn Cowan – Kundalini Rebel

8 – Martin Thomas – The Making of Zutopia

EZu Studios was a multi-disciplinary studio, performance and workshop space in the heart of Lewes which ran from 2008 to 2016 and served as Martin Thomas' principal creative outlet, where he designed and crafted every room with loving and lavish detail. Now rebirthing as a bright and bubbling small festival, Zutopia will run in Sussex this July and promises to be a beautiful event.

89 MIN2017 MAY 8
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8 – Martin Thomas – The Making of Zutopia
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Latest Episodes

17 – Ian Marchant – A Hero For High Times

EIn this episode you'll hear about his life as a writer, what it's like to reinvent contemporary British trainspotting and be interviewed by Noel Edmonds, as well as a deep dive into the topics covered by his important new book A Hero For High Times: A Younger Reader’s Guide to the Beats, Hippies, Freaks, Punks, Ravers, New-Age Travellers and Dog-on-a-Rope Brew Crew Crusties of the British Isles, 1956–1994 (Jonathan Cape, 2018).

-1 s2018 FEB 15
Comments
17 – Ian Marchant – A Hero For High Times

16 – Bob Rowberry – A Life of Adventures (Pt. 2)

EDeep in a wood in a valley in the Marches of Wales, by an abandoned railway line, there lives a 75 yearold man called Bob Rowberry. His home is an ancient school bus whose engine has died and whose wheels have fallen off.

41 MIN2018 FEB 6
Comments
16 – Bob Rowberry – A Life of Adventures (Pt. 2)

15 – Bob Rowberry – A Life of Adventures (Pt. 1)

EDeep in a wood in a valley in the Marches of Wales, by an abandoned railway line, there lives a 75 yearold man called Bob Rowberry. His home is an ancient school bus whose engine has died and whose wheels have fallen off.

50 MIN2018 JAN 29
Comments
15 – Bob Rowberry – A Life of Adventures (Pt. 1)

14 – Sophia Efthimiou – Singing Ourselves Home

ESophia is singer, choir leader and music teacher based in London and Sussex. She has a unique and infectious style, bringing a sweet balance of humour and depth to her workshops. Her warm and playful nature creates a sense of ease and unity, enabling everyone to drop into a space that is both held and free.

67 MIN2017 DEC 21
Comments
14 – Sophia Efthimiou – Singing Ourselves Home

13 – Rachel Corby – Medicine Woman

ERachel Corby is a medicine woman, plant whisperer and personal rewilding coach and is the author of three books, the most recent of which is Rewild Yourself: Becoming Nature. Rachel leads workshops, retreats, apprenticeships and online mentorships encouraging people to connect with plant spirits and to reignite their own wild core.

77 MIN2017 OCT 31
Comments
13 – Rachel Corby – Medicine Woman

12 – Carl H Smith – Perceptual Evolution

ECarl H Smith is Director of the Learning Technology Research Centre (LTRC) and Principal Research Fellow at Ravensbourne. His background is in Computer Science and Architecture. He is an academic and developer with over 15 years experience conducting R+D into the application of hybrid technologies for perceptual and cognitive transformation.

63 MIN2017 OCT 10
Comments
12 – Carl H Smith – Perceptual Evolution

11 – Luke Brown – Exploring Inner Visions

ELuke Brown’s paintings are a beautiful combination of traditional and digital methods of creation, with a specialism in manifesting extraordinary complex entheogenic dimensions. He describes himself as an explorer, part of a new generation of visionary artists changing the way we view culture and its ties. Most of his works revolve around lucidity and visions obtained through dreaming and sacred plant journeys. These have been the source of his creativity and are clearly reflected in the symmetries and organic, moving surfaces of his work. Digital media allows him to depict his art with incredible detail, closely reflecting the movements of his mind.

60 MIN2017 SEP 22
Comments
11 – Luke Brown – Exploring Inner Visions

10 – Gregory Sams – Sun of God

EGregory Sams has been changing the culture from the age of 19, when he operated the historic organic Seed Restaurant in London in the late 1960s. Within a few years he was running the nation’s first organic food enterprise and in 1982 he created and original VegeBurger, initiating the market for vegetarian food in the process. In 1990 Greg moved from food to fractals, opening the world’s only shop dedicated to new science “chaos theory,” publishing and licensing fractal art worldwide, which led to him authoring two books, Sun of gOd and The State Is Out Of Date.

73 MIN2017 SEP 8
Comments
10 – Gregory Sams – Sun of God

9 – Carolyn Cowan – Kundalini Rebel

ECarolyn Cowan is an internationally acclaimed Kundalini Yoga teacher, specialising in preparing mothers for birth. Alongside this, she is also a practicing Psychosexual and relationship therapist. Prior to her career as a therapist and yoga teacher, she was a fashion designer and photographer. During the 1980s, she earned acclaim as a makeup artist in the pop music video industry.

87 MIN2017 MAY 26
Comments
9 – Carolyn Cowan – Kundalini Rebel

8 – Martin Thomas – The Making of Zutopia

EZu Studios was a multi-disciplinary studio, performance and workshop space in the heart of Lewes which ran from 2008 to 2016 and served as Martin Thomas' principal creative outlet, where he designed and crafted every room with loving and lavish detail. Now rebirthing as a bright and bubbling small festival, Zutopia will run in Sussex this July and promises to be a beautiful event.

89 MIN2017 MAY 8
Comments
8 – Martin Thomas – The Making of Zutopia
the END

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