Thred Talk – LGBTQ+ history you might not know
Pride month may be coming to an end, but LGBTQ+ history should be celebrated and shared all year round. In this Thred. Talk, Elliot gives a history lesson that you likely won’t find in your textbook - from transgender sword fighters to the mind behind microchips, this video proves just...
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Thred Talks – More LGBTQIA+ history you might not know
To celebrate Pride Month this year, here's some more LGBTQIA+ history you might not find in your school textbook.
Thred Talk – How blockchain can combat climate change
Most of the environmental talk surrounding blockchain, bitcoin, and NFTs is about how energy intensive and resource draining they are. But the technology could actually be a force for good in the fight against climate change. In this video Elliot explores the ways blockchain can be used to encourage sustainable...
Thred Talk – The History of Recycling
With more and more headlines about how our waste is being poorly managed, Elliot decided to find out how far back humanity’s relationship with recycling goes. After watching this video you might find yourself asking… HOW HAVE WE STILL NOT GOT THE HANG OF THIS?
Thred Talk – 21 ways to ditch plastic in 2021
From breaking up with your toothbrush to using a shampoo bar, here are 21 easy ways you can ditch plastic in 2021.
Thred Talk – 12 ways you can have a greener Christmas
Check out these 12 easy ways to make your Christmas more sustainable. Just remember that before Coca Cola (and the three million tonnes of plastic packaging it produces a year) Santa’s coat used to be green.
Thred Talk – Meat alternatives | Lasagna taste test
Elliot and Imogen accomplish their life-long dream of cooking lasagna in the office. The excuse they used to get it past the pitching process is making a video to raise some awareness about the meat production industry and agricultural crisis the planet is currently facing. The rest of the team is roped into a blind taste test to find out if soy based protein is a believable substitute for...
Exclusive – Alaia De Santis on making it big in the art world
A prime example of the talent, discipline, and patience it takes to become a household name as an artist, Gen Z creative Alaia De Santis shares her advice on how to succeed in the industry. 22-year-old fine arts graduate Alaia de Santis has come a very long way since realising the only means of expressing herself was by turning her ideas into works of art as a teenager. Having been featured...
The purpose of Documentary | ‘The Biggest Little Farm’ & ‘Apocalypse Cow’ – Review
Do documentaries have a responsibility to educate and inspire their viewers? In this review Imogen and Elliot look at two films that tackle one of today’s most contentious and relevant topics: sustainable agriculture. Award winning feature The Biggest Little Farm focuses on one couple’s mission to bring sustainable farming to an arid crop of land in California, whilst George Monbiot’s controversial Apocalypse Cow dives headfirst into the perils of...
Thred Talk – The DIY Generation | SoundCloud rap
What does it mean to be a pop star in 2020? As social media continues to change how we consume and discover new music, up-and-coming Gen Z artists are finding their voice without record labels, taking to platforms such as SoundCloud to distribute work independently. Elliot and Charlie sit down to chat about this new DIY era, considering how new waves of young hip hop and pop acts are...