Season 2

how do you connect with your different cultures? — with Fiona

how do you connect with your different cultures? — with Fiona

How do you connect with your different cultures?In this episode, I’m speaking with Fiona Livingstone, who balances her Dutch-Scottish heritage with her English upbringing. Fiona candidly shares her journey of navigating her cultural identity and the challenges she experienced along the way. She open...

can we talk about taboos? — with Amuna pt. 2

can we talk about taboos? — with Amuna pt. 2

Can we talk about taboos? In this second episode with Amuna Wagner we explore taboos and the importance of processing them and addressing them. She also shares her views on the nuance and difference between religion and faith. This is particularly interesting to listen to given her life experience w...

how has your family's past influenced your identity? — with Amuna pt.1

how has your family's past influenced your identity? — with Amuna pt.1

How has your family's past influenced your identity?In this first episode, Amuna Wagner reflects on her crisis of purpose and wonders out loud if she has a responsibility towards her identity. She walks us down her family history from her grandparents to her parents, from the Holocaust, to escapes, ...

what if you don’t fit the stereotype? — with Sadia

what if you don’t fit the stereotype? — with Sadia

What if you don’t fit the stereotype?In this episode, Sadia Azmat, a published author, podcast host and a stand-up comedian, brings a unique perspective to the discussion on cultural identity. Sadia is born in Britain to Indian parents and she is also a practicing Muslim, however, she does not quite...

on Palestine pt.3 — a way forward

on Palestine pt.3 — a way forward

Part 3 of the ‘on Palestine’ series:Have you ever asked a Palestinian how they see a way forward? Or what is different about this generation of Palestinians? In this episode we dive into all that through the voices of our three Palestinian guests: Zeena, Faissal, and Nour.On Palestine is a three-par...