Failing Better launches, 4 Feb 2020

Episode 1: the beginning. If not now then when? If not us then who?

Leila D’Aronville and Caroline Pearce, from Tyne and Wear Cultural Freelancers, share our current thinking and some stories about why failure is really important, how we can have better conversations about it and squeeze learning from every little bit. We’re new to podcasting so please forgive any hiccups – we’re old hands at cultural freelancing so we know what we’re talking about and really want to know your thoughts. In later episodes we’ll be talking to other inspiring people about their stories.

The podcast series, Failing Better: inspiring conversations about failure are chats with brilliant people to hear their stories; having important conversations, sharing them with the world, challenging assumptions, sharing the experiences we’re taught to hide and reflecting diverse perspectives – with all the implications that term offers.

Hosted by Leila D’Aronville and Caroline Pearce as part of Tyne & Wear Cultural Freelancers

image description: a selfie featuring Leila with dark hair and glasses, and Caroline with blond hair, both in black tops – the words Failing Better written across the image in small white font.


This podcast was created without funding, thanks to the pro bono support of Leila d’Aronville, Caroline Pearce & tech support from Jason Berge.