Want to make a difference but not sure where to start?

The Better Angels podcast with Sarah Brown will help you to transform your voice into meaningful action.

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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Laura Bates

Laura Bates

Sarah Brown talks to Laura Bates, British feminist writer and Founder of the Everyday Sexism Project. At the age of 25, Laura found herself the unexpected figure-head of a rapidly growing movement, and rose to the challenge admirably.
Sir Patrick Stewart: Interview Special

Sir Patrick Stewart: Interview Special

Sarah Brown talks to Sir Patrick Stewart, OBE, the world-renowned English Actor, whose career spans The Royal Shakespeare Company, TV dramas, and the much loved roles of Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the Star Trek films and professor Charles Xavier in X-Men.
Creativity in Changemaking

Creativity in Changemaking

Sarah Brown chats to Nadine Labaki, Steve Nguyen, Nick Sharrat and young activists from Mobaderoon in Syria.
How Do You Solve A Problem Like...Refugee Education

How Do You Solve A Problem Like...Refugee Education

How do you actually make big change happen? In this episode, Sarah Brown explores the challenge of how to educate Syrian children who have been forced to flee their homes and schools due to the ongoing war. What are all the elements involved in getting hundreds of thousands of Syrian back to school and learning?
Finding your Voice - II

Finding your Voice - II

Sarah Brown chats to Sir Patrick Stewart, Ed Balls, Christy Turlington Burns, and Laura Bates who share their personal experiences of mastering the challenges of public speaking and their activist voice.
Rachel Whale

Rachel Whale

Sarah Brown chats to Rachel Whale, founder and CEO of social enterprise Koreo.
Stuart Goldsmith

Stuart Goldsmith

Sarah Brown chats to Stuart Goldsmith, a stand-up comedian and presenter of his own highly successful podcast - The Comedian's Comedian.
Sophie Scott

Sophie Scott

Sarah Brown talks to Professor Sophie Scott.
Ben Winston and James Corden

Ben Winston and James Corden

Sarah Brown chats to Ben Winston, television and film director and producer and Executive Producer of the Late Late Shown with James Corden.
Adam Garone: Interview Special

Adam Garone: Interview Special

Adam Garone is the Chief Mo Bro and Co-founder of the Movember Foundation.
David Baddiel: Interview Special

David Baddiel: Interview Special

David Baddiel is a novelist, comedian, screenwriter and television presenter and has recently concluded his successful one-man show in London about his personal family experiences
Risking Your Life for Change

Risking Your Life for Change

Sarah Brown talks to Raed al Saleh of the White Helmets in Syria, nurse Pauline Cafferky, Brendan Cox and Ousmane Ba.
Changemakers

Changemakers

Sarah Brown chats to Julia Gillard, Adam Garone, Katherine Schwarzenegger, Taha Fatima Khan, Theo Sowa, and Rachel Whale.
The Power of Laughter

The Power of Laughter

This episode focuses on the power of comedy and how laughter can bring us together; exploring how we can harness this positive energy in campaigning to spread the activist message.
How do activists begin?

How do activists begin?

What actually makes us act? How do we move from identifying a problem to trying to fix it? And what are the best ways to take action? This episode looks at the nuts and bolts of how to start campaigning and making a positive difference. If a 13-year-old can do it, so can you!
Better Angels and Inspirations

Better Angels and Inspirations

Hear about the special people who have inspired others to do good. This episode features Nobel Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi, world-renowned economist Larry Summers, and the former First Lady of South Africa and widow of Nelson Mandela, Graça Machel.