Australia’s original provocative ideas festival, the Festival of Dangerous Ideas (FODI) has launched a new podcast, FODI: The In-Between that pairs 16 leading thinkers from around the world to record and dissect this moment in time.
Featuring an impressive lineup including actor, writer and historian Stephen Fry, social commentator Roxane Gay, broadcaster Waleed Aly, business leader Sam Mostyn, activist Naomi Klein as well as philosophers Peter Singer and Slavoj Žižek, FODI: The In-Between asks: what does a passing age look like? What should we celebrate or regret from our past? What do we fear for the future and what gives us hope?
Hosted by FODI festival director and curator Danielle Harvey, alongside The Ethics Centre’s co-curators Simon Longstaff and Ann Mossop, the candid conversations tackle the big issues of our world and future, from climate change and global politics to artificial intelligence, truth and social media.