Somewhere To Believe In

All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey… and we’re back for the second series of Somewhere To Believe In, a podcast by the people who bring you Greenbelt Festival.
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In our final episode in this series, we talk to Palestinian spoken word artist, human rights activist and our new favourite politics teacher, Rafeef Ziadah.

In our final episode in this series, we talk to Palestinian spoken word artist, human rights activist and our new favourite politics teacher, Rafeef Ziadah.

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Meet your hosts: Katherine

Katherine has worked within the arts industry in various roles for 13 years. With passion and experience in both the arts and music sector, she joined Greenbelt in 2014 and has been working on booking the programme ever since. Katherine is on the board of the Association of Independent Festivals and a vocal advocate for keeping a strong, independent arts sector alive in the UK. Her other passions include wearing great hats.

Katherine has worked within the arts industry in various roles for 13 years. With passion and experience in both the arts and music sector, she joined Greenbelt in 2014 and has been working on booking the programme ever since. Katherine is on the board of the Association of Independent Festivals and a vocal advocate for keeping a strong, independent arts sector alive in the UK. Her other passions include wearing great hats.

Meet your hosts: Paul

Paul has variously been a professional musician in a touring band; a pioneer church worker; a theology research student; a copywriter; a local rep for Greenbelt when it moved to Cheltenham (his home town); a dad to four boys who were – at one time – all under three and a half years old; and now a Greenbelt staff member. He is mildly obsessed with distance running and making Greenbelt Festival the best possible arts, faith and justice experience it can be.

Paul has variously been a professional musician in a touring band; a pioneer church worker; a theology research student; a copywriter; a local rep for Greenbelt when it moved to Cheltenham (his home town); a dad to four boys who were – at one time – all under three and a half years old; and now a Greenbelt staff member. He is mildly obsessed with distance running and making Greenbelt Festival the best possible arts, faith and justice experience it can be.

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