In each episode of the Human Risk podcast, I speak to Behavioural Science practitioners, people who have experienced Human Risk at first hand, leading researchers and innovative thinkers.
What can you expect? A wide range of guests, including:
A marketing guru on why Compliance is like reverse advertising.
A hidden camera comedy show host on how we respond to authority figures.
A soccer journalist on the psychology of playing in empty stadia and team dynamics.
An organisational consultant on how the issues we face when doing online meetings isn’t a case of Zoom Fatigue, but rather Zoom Trauma.
An Oxford University Professor who works with the worlds’ top food and drink brands, who explains how our experience of eating and drinking is a matter of sensory perception.
A 22-year old with compromised immunity who was so unhappy with her government’s attempts to influence her peers to respect social distancing, that she made her own commercial which went viral on Social Media.
As well as a host of academics, authors and thought-leaders on other Human Risk related topics.
Also on this page are links to episodes of other people’s podcasts that I have appeared on.
I have also appeared on a number of other people’s podcasts. Rest assured that I only agree to go on podcasts I rate highly, so every one of these is worth subscribing to.
These are listed in alphabetical order…
All Things Risk
As the name implies, The AllThingsRisk podcast is focussed on…risk. In this episode (115) entitled How To Understand Human Risk, I chat with presenter Ben Cattaneo about Human Risk from a risk practitioner’s perspective.
Behavioral Grooves is a BeSci podcast with a musical twist. In this episode (86) entitled Mitigating Human Risk and The Algorithmic Mind, I talk to hosts Kurt Nelson and Tim Houlihan about the Human part of Human Risk.
Then in episode (122) entitled Don’t outsource your critical thinking, I talked about the Coronavirus.
It’s all just a bunch of BS…
It’s all just a bunch of B(ehavioral) S(cience) is a podcast that is designed for people whose work involves humans. In this episode (19) Bringing Science to Compliance or When Good People Do Bad Things I talk to host Nick Hobson about my specialism and how I became an accidental Behavioural Scientist.
Risktory is a podcast looking at history through the lens of risk. Usually host Jacinthe Galpin, features a historical event and dissects it with her risk brain. On this occasion, she asked me to be her Risktorian Of The Month.