Depression, Suicide and the Power of Hope | Gill Hayes | TEDxExeter

Translator: Lena Clemente Reviewer: Denise RQ The TEDx team warned me that when I was announced as a speaker, some of you would google me. If that was you, you’ll have discovered I keep a very low profile, so by way of introduction, I asked a few friends to offer a few words as to […]

How listening to communities can help save our oceans | Vik Mohan | TEDxExeter

Translator: Riaki Poništ Reviewer: Ellen Maloney One of the greatest doctors of the 19th Century, Sir. William Osler famously said, “If you listen to your patient, they will tell you the diagnosis.” As a practicing doctor myself, I’m constantly reminded of the importance of listening. But I also work in marine conservation with coastal communities […]

Camden, London | Exploring the Markets, Jellied Eels and Spotted Dick!

After an hour-long bus ride we have landed in Camden Town I didn’t know it was a town. I just thought it was a market, but maybe it’s got a town vibe I’m assuming there’s a market in it cause it is definitely Camden market right? Yeah, there’s definitely Camden Market That’s what the bus […]

Urban Farming: Fixing the broken food system & improving health | Paul Myers | TEDxLiverpool

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Denise RQ Evolution was the first concept at school that really captivated me. At about 16, it seemed relevant, and it was disruptive to my worldview at the time, so I decided I’ll go to university, and I’ll learn more about it. So I did that. Then I took a step […]

Inside The Laughing Gas Black Market

So how did you figure out how to take nitrous out of hospitals? Why did you choose to sell nitrous instead of any other drug? With the highest level of consumption on the continent, no one takes drugs quite like the British. This is high society. A series where we meet dealers, users, and manufacturers. […]