WORKING HOURS VOLUME 2:2021

Episode 13 now available – Help me in my mission

Work is a Crucible Working Hours

Kara Hazlegrave recorded 22/10/2021 Kara Hazlegrave is Research & Innovation Manager for Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics (based at University of Leeds) where she works with University of Leeds researchers to support the development of emergent, interdisciplinary ideas. Kara helps teams craft applications in response to funding opportunities and connects businesses seeking expertise to specialist research capability. Kara originally studied Anthropology & English Lit as an undergraduate at Case Western Reserve University in the US later studying Biodiversity & Conservation as an MSc at the University of Leeds. Kara then gained working experience in the environment sector including working for regulators (Environment Agency, Scottish Environment Protection Agency) and for the regulated (Yorkshire Water). To find out more about the Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics go to https://fluids.leeds.ac.uk/ (https://fluids.leeds.ac.uk/) Or follow them https://twitter.com/FluidsLeeds (@FLUIDSLEEDS) Ernesto Sirolli https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/697027.Ripples_from_the_Zambezi (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/697027.Ripples_from_the_Zambezi) https://www.ted.com/talks/ernesto_sirolli_want_to_help_someone_shut_up_and_listen?language=en (Ernesto Sirolli: Want to help someone? Shut up and listen! | TED Talk) Support this podcast

Help me in my mission to find 1000 Loiners over this decade and ask them the 2nd question everybody asks me – what do you do?

Episode 13 was published on Monday and is already the most popular episode (so far). In this episode I speak to a Loiner based in Manchester and working as a freelance TV researcher.

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The 2020s is a pivotal decade for our species and our home. So, I want to interview 1000 people from my home over this decade to record their thoughts and feelings around “WORK” and I want to show how their opinions change over this time; along with their ways of working and the sorts of work they are doing.

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