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Featuring stories from globally renowned activists, campaigners, comedians, youth and world leaders, Better Angels with Sarah Brown champions the activist spirit. “This is not your average listen. You won’t want to miss it” - Elle Magazine. “The theme of her show could hardly be more relevant at the moment.” - New Statesman

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International Women's Day 2020 Special

International Women's Day 2020 Special

At our annual event, 350 inspirational women joined Sarah Brown, including Jo Brand, Sara Pascoe, June Sarpong and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, winner of our very first Unlock Big Change Award.
Unlock Big Change: A People's Postcode Lottery Special

Unlock Big Change: A People's Postcode Lottery Special

A special edition of the Better Angels podcast where we talk to iconic changemakers around the world.
Max Kenner: how prison education gives hope

Max Kenner: how prison education gives hope

Max Kenner, executive director of the Bard Prison Initiative, speaks to Sarah Brown about his acclaimed campaign to boost education in prison and reduce re-offending.
Social reform special: Edwina Grosvenor and Dan Snow

Social reform special: Edwina Grosvenor and Dan Snow

Edwina Grosvenor and her husband Dan Snow, the popular TV presenter and historian, talk about using their considerable profile and platform to speak up for marginalised people and reform of the criminal justice system.
Interview Special: Young campaigners on changing global education

Interview Special: Young campaigners on changing global education

Theirworld’s youth ambassadors share their ideas on campaigning to end a crisis that currently denies 260 million children an education.
Interview special: Vibhu Sharma

Interview special: Vibhu Sharma

​Sarah talks to remarkable campaigner and inclusion expert Vibhu Sharma about how to bring more children and young people with disabilities into education.
Interview Special: guest host June Sarpong and Justin van Fleet

Interview Special: guest host June Sarpong and Justin van Fleet

Television presenter, writer and campaigner June Sarpong talks to Justin van Fleet, President of Theirworld, about our #WriteTheWrong campaign to provide an education to every child around the world.
Interview Special: Extinction Rebellion

Interview Special: Extinction Rebellion

Co-founders of Extinction Rebellion Clare Farrell and Will Skeaping along with Dr Deepa Shah (from Doctors of Extinction Rebellion), join Sarah to discuss the failings of traditional campaigning methods when demanding climate and ecological justice from the Governments of the world.
Interview Special: Rosie Jones

Interview Special: Rosie Jones

Comedian, Writer and Actor Rosie Jones joins Sarah for a conversation on what drew Rosie to comedy in the first place and the representation of people with disabilities on TV and in the media.
Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits

Sarah looks back at 3 years of conversations with extraordinary Better Angels Sir Patrick Stewart, Caroline Criado Perez, Sarah Corbett, Theo Sowa CBE, Jamira Burley and Peter Tatchell.
Interview Special: Slay in Your Lane

Interview Special: Slay in Your Lane

In this interview special, Sarah speaks to Slay in Your Lane authors Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené about their new book and the Slay in Your Lane movement.
Interview Special: Kirsty McNeill

Interview Special: Kirsty McNeill

In this interview special, Sarah speaks with Executive Director of Policy, Advocacy and Change at Save the Children Kirsty McNeill
New Styles

New Styles

In this episode of the series, Sarah speaks to a range of guests about the new styles of campaigning, ones that look different to what we usually see and don’t always start with big budgets.
Oscar's Book Prize Interview Special

Oscar's Book Prize Interview Special

In this Better Angels interview special, host Sarah Brown speaks with James Ashton and Viveka Alvestrand, co-founders of Oscar’s Book Prize, an annual prize for the best books written for under-fives, awarded each year in memory of Oscar Ashton.
The Voices of Activism

The Voices of Activism

In this episode Sarah speaks to a range of guests about the Voices of activism, including David Tennant, Omotoke Titilope Olowo, Kim Polman, and Natasa Pantelic
Interview Special: Caroline Criado Perez

Interview Special: Caroline Criado Perez

Listen to Sarah Brown in conversation with Caroline Criado Perez, Gideon Olanrewaju and Inna Modja about the Noise of activism, and how the volume of a protest can help it reach audiences fast and with impact.