Jim Moore has interviewed countless vegan athletes, activists, authors, chefs and businesspeople on The Bloody Vegans Podcast. Now he also helps people grow their own podcasts through his production company Bloody Vegans Productions. Lisa talks to Jim about becoming one of the UK’s most popular vegan podcasters.
What started as a course to help keen home cooks progress their careers has now become a fully industry-accredited school for vegan chefs led by Chef Day Radley. Lisa catches up with Day to find out how she has trained more than 100 vegans to become professional chefs.
Following a successful career as a commercial airline pilot, JC De Klerk returned to Africa with a mission to make his home country of Namibia more welcoming to vegan travellers. Lisa talks with JC about taking vegans to see the wonders of Africa by light aircraft.
At five years old, Harry Bidewell has his own vegan merchandise and juicing business called Vegan Squirrel, whose motto is: Be Kind. Have Fun. Lisa speaks with Harry’s dad Mark to find out how Harry brought together both business and activism at such a young age.
Ngwafu Tansie chose the lockdown as the perfect time to launch her own vegan food delivery business in Manchester. Bringing together influences from Cameroon and the UK, Ngwafu shares her experience of quitting her job to build a vegan food business from the ground up.
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