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The Wonder House

18 EpisodesProduced by Sushma JansariWebsite

A new podcast series that shares some of the most innovative contemporary approaches to decolonising museums so that we are all empowered and inspired to learn and experiment.**Support us on Patreon** - Sushma Jansari, @TheWonderHouseProducer … read more

18 Episodes | 2019 - 2020

Furlough #MuseumHour with Zey Kussan

September 7th, 2020


Today, I'm chatting to Zey Kussan about a special #MuseumHour all about Furlough that we co-hosted. It was a very honest discussion that gave all of us in the museum sector something to think about. In this episode, we …

Coffee & Catch Up with Dan Vo

August 31st, 2020


In this week's Coffee & Catch Up, I chat to Dan Vo, founder of the award-winning LGBTQ+ volunteer-led tours at the V&A and Project Manager …

Coffee & Catch Up with Prof. Margot Finn

July 28th, 2020


Today, I'm chatting to Margot Finn, Professor of Modern British History at UCL and President of the Royal Historical Society.

Margot tells me about the two new schemes that the Royal Historical Society have set up to …

Coffee & Catch Up with Thanh Sinden

July 27th, 2020


For today's Coffee & Catch Up, I'm chatting to Thanh Sinden, Chair of the Museum Detox Executive Committee, and museum consultant. 

We talked …

Coaching for a challenging time with Gaylene Gould

July 17th, 2020


Today, I'm speaking to Gaylene Gould, Creative Director of The Space to Come and coach. I am drawing on her coaching expertise  in this episode.

The …

Coffee and Catch-up with Sara Wajid

July 15th, 2020


After a sudden, scary lockdown, I wanted to check in on the lovely people I interviewed in Season 1. Today, I’m chatting to Sara Wajid, Head of Engagement at the Museum of London. We talked about taking long walks, …

Coffee & Catch-up with Subhadra Das

July 8th, 2020


After a sudden, scary lockdown, I wanted to check in on the lovely people I interviewed in Season 1. For the first episode of Coffee & Catch Up, …

Reconnecting: Protests, Breaking Barriers & Windrush Waves with Arike Oke

July 2nd, 2020


In Episode 8, I catch up with Arike Oke, Director of the Black Cultural Archives. Arike talks about the BCA’s response to the Black Lives Matter …

Decolonising the archives with Arike Oke

June 29th, 2020


In Episode 7, I speak to Arike Oke, Director of the Black Cultural Archives. We talk about the people-centred core values that Arike brings to her …

Help us with the British Podcast Awards!

February 17th, 2020


After an amazing reception for Season 1 of The Wonder House, we have decided to enter the *British Podcast Awards*!!

To do this, let us know on Twitter: What are your favourite clips from Episodes 1-6?

If you'd like a …

Race, Ethnicity and Equality Report in UK History with Margot Finn

January 27th, 2020


In Episode 6, I speak to Margot Finn, Professor of Modern British History at UCL and President of the Royal Historical Society ('RHS') about the Race, Ethnicity & Equality Report in UK History and The East India …

Race, Display and Empire with Sadiah Qureshi

January 21st, 2020


In Episode 5, I speak to Dr Sadiah Qureshi, Senior Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Birmingham, about: 1) the Royal Historical Society's Race, Ethnicity & Equality Report; 2) NPG exhibition George …

Decolonising museum practice with Rachael Minott

January 13th, 2020


In Episode 4, I speak to Rachael Minott, Inclusion and Change Manager at The National Archivesboard member of the Museums Association and visual artist working on Jamaican national representation as a form of artistic …

The past has never been more present with Sara Wajid

November 20th, 2019


In Episode 3, I speak to Sara Wajid, Head of Engagement at the Museum of London, about her sector-changing approach to 'The Past Is Now' (2017) exhibition at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Infused throughout our …

Nature Read in Black and White with Miranda Lowe

November 13th, 2019


In Episode 2, I speak to Miranda Lowe, Principal Curator of Invertebrate Zoology at the Natural History Museum – and, yes, I ask her what …

BRICKS + MORTALS: Marie Stopes, and How Eugenics Was Going to Make the World a Better Place

November 6th, 2019


Subhadra Das has kindly let us share the first episode of Bricks + Mortals, a history of eugenics told through a walking tour of UCL's buildings. …

Challenging the narrative, one building at a time with Subhadra Das

November 6th, 2019


To kick off this new series, I speak to Subhadra Das (@LittleGaudy), Curator of the Science Collections at UCL. Subhadra is doing some really …

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