Listen to our podcasts to learn how tech can be used to make the world a better place. Each episode features past winners and judges discussing their work and looking at future trends.

Episode Three: Comic Relief Tech4Good for Africa

Mark Walker meets Billy Dann, Pontso Mafethe and Malcolm Spence of Comic Relief, who introduce the Comic Relief Tech4Good for Africa Award – an exciting new award that focuses on how tech can tackle poverty in sub-Saharan Africa. They are joined by Elise Leclerc of Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, who is researching key trends in how tech is delivering social and community value in the region.

Episode Two: Digital Health

Ten year old Arnav Sharma, winner of winners in 2016, discusses digital health and the role of tech in the NHS with Awards Judge Jean Irvine and David Goldey from South Devon NHS Partnership Trust who have created MyWard, winner of the 2016 Digital Health Award.

Episode One: Digital Inclusion

Digital inclusion and the role of tech in local community development is the focus when we meet Anne and Nicola Taylor who run a chip shop in Stockport and have created a community cybercafe that has transformed their local shopping precinct. They are joined by Anna Osbourne from Good Things Foundation who deliver social and digital inclusion across the UK.

Episode Zero: Digital Custard

Our pilot episode featured Rachael Moat, Volunteer of the Year 2015, in conversation with Gareth Ford-Williams, who is a Tech4Good judge and Head of Accessibility at BBC Design & Engineering.


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