Here are the top three Charity Digital podcasts, as selected by the team
The Charity Digital podcast has been running for more than a year, covering a vast array of topics from user-centric service delivery to digital self-care, from cyber security to creating killer content. Our podcast looks to inspire, educate, and connect charity professionals across the UK and beyond.
We wanted to share some of our favourite podcast episodes, as picked by members of the Charity Digital team. Below are three of the best episodes, each covering an important topic that will surely have a lasting impact on the UK charity sector.
We hope you enjoy. And please remember to subscribe to our channels for more episodes!
This constantly topical podcast explored the impact of Brexit on the UK charity sector. Our speakers, Geoff Nuttall, Naziar Hashemi, Caron Bradshaw, and Richard Sagar, discussed the charity elements of the UK/EU trade agreement, the creation of the Civil Society Forum, potential changes to immigration policy, the EU VAT regime, environmental and land management, and much, much more.
The podcast proved a fruitful and insightful exploration of an issue that will remain of continuing importance to charities in the years to come. This was particularly enjoyable because our guests taught us so much about the topic with clarity and brevity, covering an extensive amount of ground in such a short time. Listen here:
We’re living in a golden era of content. Charities are engaging with audiences, potential and recurring donors, and service users through various new forms and using various new and pre-existing platforms. The demand for new content is huge – and it seems to keep growing.
In this Charity Digital podcast, our speakers discussed how charities can create killer content with limited time and resources. Rebecca Rae-Evans, Donna White, and Simon Banks join our very own Chris Hall to chat about reaching new audiences, building content into your overarching digital strategy, and much, much more.
We particularly liked this episode because, as an content organisation dedicated to producing high-quality content, we learnt so many practical lessons from our speakers. You can check out the podcast here:
The team liked this podcast for two reasons. First, it was a lot of fun to make. Second, it’s rare that a podcast can tackle the altogether overlooked topic of crochet.
This episode explored some of the essentials of working from home. The speakers, all of whom are Charity Digital employees, discussed how charity workers can plan their days, how you can keep yourself and your teams motivated, and how people working from home can protect remote computers from cybersecurity threats.
And, importantly, one of the team made an impassioned case for using crochet as an act of self care. Listen to our discussion on working from home here: