ep.10 Social Impact: Beatie Wolfe interviews Rohan Silva, the co-founder of Second Home & former policy adviser to the British Prime Minister, about creating socially conscious businesses. Listen to this dublab radio show that takes you from Wakefield's public library to Hollywood's "anti-WeWork" via making change at Number 10.
Orange Juice for the Ears with “musical weirdo and visionary” (Vice) Beatie Wolfe explores the power of music across Space, Science, Art, Health, Film & Technology by talking to the leading luminaries in each field from Nobel Prize winners to multi-platinum producers and hearing the music that has most impacted them, their “Orange Juice for the Ears”. Beatie Wolfe is an artist who has beamed her music into space, been appointed a UN Women role model for innovation and held an acclaimed solo exhibition at the V&A Museum.
Rohan Silva’s Orange Juice for the Ears
First song that imprinted? “Tomorrow Never Knows” by The Beatles
First album that shaped who you are? “Wandering Star” from Portishead’s Dummy
The music you would send into Space? “Loaded” by Primal Scream
The song you would have at your memorial? “Come Together” by The Beatles
The album you would pass onto your kids? “Tangled Up in Blue” from Bob Dylan's More Blood, More Tracks
The show opens with “It’s Oh So Quiet” by Bjork, a track Beatie Wolfe most associates with Rohan Silva from their first meeting in Libreria, Second Home’s bookshop. This show first aired live on LA’s dublab radio. For rights reasons the music in this podcast version is shorter than in the original broadcast.