Saints of Somewhere
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FROM NOWHERE TO SOMEWHERE, GUESTS SHARE THEIR PERSONAL SAINTS
The Saints of Somewhere Podcast is a response to life on perma-scroll. It is a place to shut down the visuals and simply listen. A response to being navigated around the internet and sold to to every second of every day. We are reclaiming culture by word of mouth rather than computer generated algorithms, converging around passion and perseverance instead of celebrity and notoriety. SOS features interviews with a rich mix of remarkable guests. From athletes to activists, movie makers to musicians. Each one talking candidly to host Kirsty Robinson about defining influences, make or break moments and what they've learnt along the way.