Introducing Tomorrow People
A brand new podcast about building a better tomorrow, today. We want to invite you on a journey throughout Europe, in search of people who work tirelessly for a better, sustainable future.
The first two episodes drop on April 24th. Go subscribe now in your podcast player of choice. New to podcasts? Don’t worry, it’s easy!
Lennart Schoors: Check
Mei Van Walleghem: Check check
Lennart: Hey Mei
Mei: Hey Lennart
Mei: All Set
Lennart: We’re two long-time friends who met at college radio many years ago and haven’t stopped working together ever since. In this podcast we want to invite you on a journey throughout Europe, in search of people who work tirelessly for a better, sustainable future.
Mei: How do they see the world and how can we all benefit from their vision? You’ll hear from trailblazers and groundbreakers, thinking outside the box and taking on todays challenges, beyond short term wins.
Lennart: Voices from Helsinki, Berlin, Liverpool, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and more. We’ll ask them how they work…
Ann Plas: What we did was not rocket science
Lennart: About their inspirations…
Cherie Birkner: Then I went on Greenpeace and just cried my eyes out all day, essentially.
Lennart: And how they’re dealing with opposition…
Mikael Colville-Andersen: Ugh, public opinion, yeah…
Mei: So, join us for an open air swim in Brussels:
Paul Steinbrück: When you’re in your swimming suit, you’re almost naked, so you could say people are much more equal than in everyday society.
Mei: We’ll visit old churches fulfilling a new purpose:
Ton Harmes: It was in a terrible state – it was used as a bicyle shed.
Mei: And in Rotterdam we’ll grow food on top of a skyscraper:
Esther Wienese: Mostly I take people here because the view is great.
Lennart: So, that’s Tomorrow People. It’s a show about building a better tomorrow, today. My name is Lennart.
Mei: And I’m Mei.
Mei: We’ll drop the first two episodes of this season on April 24th. You can subscribe in your podcast player of choice. We’re also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. You can find all the links on our website, at tomorrowpeople.today.