Teacast with Stuart Goldsmith
 
I sat down in Stuart's flat in London to talk about the process of talking to people about process, his encounter with sudden rage and the mutability of facts. We also talked about the power of saying 'I don't know' as a tool for making conversations more representative. 

I really enjoyed the chewing over we had about affirmative action, which I'm not sure about, and the question of whether we're being left behind by an increasingly young world. 

The pod (and all the others) are up here:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tea-with-alice/id789603540?mt=2