About the show
Culture is something that can be hard to define, yet it has the power to absorb and excite us. It’s a fundamentally human thing that we all feel and understand.
Hosted by writer Natty Kasambala, our Super Culture podcast tells the stories of remarkable people who are inspiring change, joy and positivity in their artistic fields. We’ll hear from them about their early influences and the cultural moments that have shaped their careers, tastes and outlooks on life.
If you want to feel hopeful about the future, just ask children what kind of world they would like to see. Their imagination knows no bounds, and their playful curiosity can be a refreshing change from the doom and gloom often foreseen by adults.
For our SUPERFUTURES: What if…? podcast we will be tapping into that sense of wonder, exploring what it’s like to dream bigger and bolder for what lies ahead. Hosted by Natty Kasambala, we’ll be speaking with people who are tackling some of our greatest challenges in ways only children could have imagined, to make the world a better place for everyone.
Behind the glitz and glamour, fashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world. From unsustainable fabrics to potentially dangerous chemicals, could wider use of plant-based materials be the answer to some of fashion’s more damaging aspects?
In this episode, Natty is joined by Mārīcī founder Amanda Navaian, who shares how growing up in Sweden shaped her views on sustainability, why we should have a more creative approach to what we waste, and how pineapples became the key to her luxury handbag brand.