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Stuff That Interests Me

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Stuff That Interests Me

Stuff That Interests Me

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Interesting people talking about interesting stuff - politics, business, sport, comedy, social issues, tech, self-improvement. Anything really. Subscribe to the show via email to be notified when we upload new shows. Follow Dominic.

Latest Episodes

Jamie Susskind: tech and the future of politics

Tech author and barrister, Jamie Susskind, joins me to discuss the growing power of tech - ever more pervasive, integrated and capable. How will it impact Future Politics? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

54 MIN2018 NOV 3
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Jamie Susskind: tech and the future of politics

Jeff Berwick, Dollar Vigilante

I'm delighted to welcome Jeff Berwick, Dollar Vigilante, onto the show this week to talk bitcoin, gold, silver and US debt. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

24 MIN2018 SEP 17
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Jeff Berwick, Dollar Vigilante

Roger Ver

In 2011, if we had all listened to Roger Ver, none of us would ever have to work again. Roger is an American-born businessman, now a national of St. Kitts, who became an early champion of bitcoin. In August 2011, with bitcoin around $10, he made a bet that bitcoin would outperform gold, silver, the US stock markets and the US dollar by 100 times in the next two years. He updated the bet a year later with bitcoin up only 11%, calling bitcoin "the most important invention in the history of man since the internet". The rest, as we know too well, is history. He was proved very right. Today he is less a champion if bitcoin and more a champion of bitcoin cash. In this must-hear interview, he explains why. In addition, we discuss the dark net, founder of the Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht, Roger's own brushes with the US authorities and the future of libertarianism. Enjoy. Download a wallet at get started with bitcoin and bitcoin cash at bitcoin.com For information regarding your data privacy, v...

42 MIN2018 SEP 4
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Roger Ver

Dan Hannan

“If we do a New Zealand or a Singapore, as a G7 country, the impact could be planetary. If we left the EU to become a Venezuela that would be catastrophic," so says MEP Dan Hannan, speaking to Dominic Frisby in the latest Stuff That Interests me. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2017 DEC 5
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Dan Hannan

Comedian Ben Norris

This week in Stuff That Interests Me I'm joined by comedian Ben Norris. Ben is a veteran of the comedy circuit having played clubs up and down the country and around the world for some 20 years or more. His TV appearances include Mock The Week and Never Mind The Buzzcocks, but he's in that odd category of comedian (and there about 10-20 acts like this) which is: known and admired on the circuit, but not a household name, can play pretty much any room under any circumstances, the other acts will always interrupt their conversations to watch him when he's on (this is a rare thing) and, basically, a great comic who, if the wind had been blowing slightly differently could have sailed the good ship Big Name Comic. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

30 MIN2017 NOV 28
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Comedian Ben Norris

Paul Burke talks advertising

Writer and producer, Paul Burke, is a veteran of the advertising industry. He's been in the game since the 1980s, has seen the booms, the busts, the highs, the lows, and has won loads of awards in the process. In this week's Stuff That Interests Me he talks about the state of advertising - and where it goes from here. As well as being one of the top copywriter-producers in advertising, Paul has also written numerous books. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MIN2017 NOV 22
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Paul Burke talks advertising

Dan Kieran talks books, surfboards and setting up your own business

"Books are the most successful delivery mechanism for ideas in human history" So says Dan Kieran, my guest this week on Stuff That Interests Me. Dan is the author of 12 books, many of them best sellers, and is now the CEO of Britain's most dynamic new publisher, Unbound. He is about to fund his new book, The Surf Board, at Unbound. Follow Dan - @dan_kieran For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

34 MIN2017 NOV 14
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Dan Kieran talks books, surfboards and setting up your own business

Mark Littlewood

"Leaving the EU is the biggest blow to the overarching, regulatory state that I have seen in my lifetime" So says my guest on Stuff That Interests Me this week, economist Mark Littlewood. Mark is a former spin doctor and economics campaigner. He is now Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MIN2017 NOV 7
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Mark Littlewood

Simon Evans

My guest today is comedian, Simon Evans. You may know Simon from his appearances on Micheal McIntyre's Roadshow or Live At The Apollo, you may know him from his Radio 4 show, Simon Evans Goes To Market, or you may know him from the live comedy circuit. He's an interesting guy - and I found his comments on his writing methods towards the end of the show particularly interesting. Enjoy! Follow Simon on Twitter For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

29 MIN2017 OCT 31
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Simon Evans

Julia Hobsbawm - networks and social health

"Your social health is as important as your mental and physical health". So argues my guest on today's Stuff That Interests Me, Julia Hobsbawm, OBE. Julia is an entrepreneur, and a writer and speaker on social health and modern interconnectedness. Her themes are around the power of friendships and networks Julia's new book, Fully Connected, Surviving and Thriving in an Age of Overload, is available at all good bookshops and online. Follow Julia. Check out her Names Not Numbers conferences and Editorial Intelligence - For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

27 MIN2017 OCT 24
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Julia Hobsbawm - networks and social health

Latest Episodes

Jamie Susskind: tech and the future of politics

Tech author and barrister, Jamie Susskind, joins me to discuss the growing power of tech - ever more pervasive, integrated and capable. How will it impact Future Politics? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

54 MIN2018 NOV 3
Comments
Jamie Susskind: tech and the future of politics

Jeff Berwick, Dollar Vigilante

I'm delighted to welcome Jeff Berwick, Dollar Vigilante, onto the show this week to talk bitcoin, gold, silver and US debt. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

24 MIN2018 SEP 17
Comments
Jeff Berwick, Dollar Vigilante

Roger Ver

In 2011, if we had all listened to Roger Ver, none of us would ever have to work again. Roger is an American-born businessman, now a national of St. Kitts, who became an early champion of bitcoin. In August 2011, with bitcoin around $10, he made a bet that bitcoin would outperform gold, silver, the US stock markets and the US dollar by 100 times in the next two years. He updated the bet a year later with bitcoin up only 11%, calling bitcoin "the most important invention in the history of man since the internet". The rest, as we know too well, is history. He was proved very right. Today he is less a champion if bitcoin and more a champion of bitcoin cash. In this must-hear interview, he explains why. In addition, we discuss the dark net, founder of the Silk Road, Ross Ulbricht, Roger's own brushes with the US authorities and the future of libertarianism. Enjoy. Download a wallet at get started with bitcoin and bitcoin cash at bitcoin.com For information regarding your data privacy, v...

42 MIN2018 SEP 4
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Roger Ver

Dan Hannan

“If we do a New Zealand or a Singapore, as a G7 country, the impact could be planetary. If we left the EU to become a Venezuela that would be catastrophic," so says MEP Dan Hannan, speaking to Dominic Frisby in the latest Stuff That Interests me. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2017 DEC 5
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Dan Hannan

Comedian Ben Norris

This week in Stuff That Interests Me I'm joined by comedian Ben Norris. Ben is a veteran of the comedy circuit having played clubs up and down the country and around the world for some 20 years or more. His TV appearances include Mock The Week and Never Mind The Buzzcocks, but he's in that odd category of comedian (and there about 10-20 acts like this) which is: known and admired on the circuit, but not a household name, can play pretty much any room under any circumstances, the other acts will always interrupt their conversations to watch him when he's on (this is a rare thing) and, basically, a great comic who, if the wind had been blowing slightly differently could have sailed the good ship Big Name Comic. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

30 MIN2017 NOV 28
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Comedian Ben Norris

Paul Burke talks advertising

Writer and producer, Paul Burke, is a veteran of the advertising industry. He's been in the game since the 1980s, has seen the booms, the busts, the highs, the lows, and has won loads of awards in the process. In this week's Stuff That Interests Me he talks about the state of advertising - and where it goes from here. As well as being one of the top copywriter-producers in advertising, Paul has also written numerous books. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MIN2017 NOV 22
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Paul Burke talks advertising

Dan Kieran talks books, surfboards and setting up your own business

"Books are the most successful delivery mechanism for ideas in human history" So says Dan Kieran, my guest this week on Stuff That Interests Me. Dan is the author of 12 books, many of them best sellers, and is now the CEO of Britain's most dynamic new publisher, Unbound. He is about to fund his new book, The Surf Board, at Unbound. Follow Dan - @dan_kieran For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

34 MIN2017 NOV 14
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Dan Kieran talks books, surfboards and setting up your own business

Mark Littlewood

"Leaving the EU is the biggest blow to the overarching, regulatory state that I have seen in my lifetime" So says my guest on Stuff That Interests Me this week, economist Mark Littlewood. Mark is a former spin doctor and economics campaigner. He is now Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MIN2017 NOV 7
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Mark Littlewood

Simon Evans

My guest today is comedian, Simon Evans. You may know Simon from his appearances on Micheal McIntyre's Roadshow or Live At The Apollo, you may know him from his Radio 4 show, Simon Evans Goes To Market, or you may know him from the live comedy circuit. He's an interesting guy - and I found his comments on his writing methods towards the end of the show particularly interesting. Enjoy! Follow Simon on Twitter For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

29 MIN2017 OCT 31
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Simon Evans

Julia Hobsbawm - networks and social health

"Your social health is as important as your mental and physical health". So argues my guest on today's Stuff That Interests Me, Julia Hobsbawm, OBE. Julia is an entrepreneur, and a writer and speaker on social health and modern interconnectedness. Her themes are around the power of friendships and networks Julia's new book, Fully Connected, Surviving and Thriving in an Age of Overload, is available at all good bookshops and online. Follow Julia. Check out her Names Not Numbers conferences and Editorial Intelligence - For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

27 MIN2017 OCT 24
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Julia Hobsbawm - networks and social health
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