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Check out the list of D&T podcasts below. Read about each one in the summaries on the right and "Click" on podcast title (left) to go to the hosting site. 

Talking D&T is a podcast about design and technology education. Join Alison Hardy as she shares ideas, news and views about D&T and interviews teachers and researchers from the D&T community. As well as sharing news, views, ideas and opinions about D&T. Use it to explore new ideas and thoughts related to D&T education and research, which are embryonic and may change.

Researching D&T is a new podcast about all things research related from the world of design and technology education. The podcast started at the PATT39 conference, with Matt McLain, presenting from Labrador, Newfoundland - Canada; and Sarah Davies, Alison Hardy, Claire Vickery and others from the UK who came together in Nottingham to attend virtually.

This is the official podcast of the Design and Technology Association. 'Designed for life' aims to entertain, inform and inspire, bringing the worlds of business and industry together. This podcast consists of a series of short, informal conversations with people from across the worlds of education, industry and design. 

This podcast offers some great conversations with the best and brightest in the product design space. Episodes dig into how various product designers got to where they are today, what mistakes they made along the way, and what advice they have for young designers as they navigate the world of product design.

A podcast from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Listen to a lively mixture of interviews, discussions and debates, focusing on promoting diversity and inclusion within the architecture profession.

The Design Better podcast delivers insights from the world’s most renowned creative leaders, empowering teams to transform their practice and build remarkable products. This series is hosted by Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery.

Design Thinking 101 helps listeners learn about design-driven innovation, connect design thinking to strategy and action, and explore learning from challenges overcome while applying design thinking and related innovation approaches. You'll hear design practitioners' stories, lessons, ideas, resources, and tips.

An open discussion on art and design education, creativity and design thinking by designer and lecturer Lefteris Heretakis, the team of the New Art school and the Design Dedux Podcast. Seeking solutions to contemporary #art and #design #education challenges.

The Design Museum is one of the worlds leading museums of contemporary design. This podcast channel is a colourful take on the themes and questions raised in the museum. It provides insight into the designs and designers that impact how we view the world.

The Things That Make Us is a podcast about people and the objects that have shaped them. Each week, a guest is invited to pick 5 things that have inspired, delighted, provoked or influenced them, and then talk about these items ‘on tape’ at a time and place of their choosing - ideally with as many of the things present as possible. The show was devised and created by Zoe Laughlin in 2016.

Part of the Victoria and Albert Museum family. We are Scotland’s design museum. Designed for everyone, firing imaginations and sparking curiosity in design across Scotland and around the world.

The Equal Engineers Podcast uncovers the diversity story behind leading engineers and those working with the profession, championing change. Hear from leaders, academics, entrepreneurs, and agents of change truly transforming the understanding of who engineers are and what engineers do.

In the Maker Stories podcast we talk to inspirational crafts women from black and ethnic minority backgrounds who are based in the UK. The series is hosted by Dr Karen Patel, a Research Fellow in the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research at Birmingham City University.

This podcast series is part of an RCUK/UKRI Innovation Fellowship funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and in collaboration with Crafts Council UK.

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