FERMENT RADIO

Fermentation for a broken world

FERMENT RADIO


Fermentation
for a broken world

Pollution, drought, floods, deforestation, biodiversity loss, climate change...
We are experiencing the consequences of human’s alterations of the Earth’s ecosystems. There is no pristine world. We are living on a broken planet.

Ferment Radio is a podcast series that takes you deep into the fascinating world of microbes. Through fermentation and transformation, we develop new recipes for living on a broken planet.

Together with people from the most diverse backgrounds, including science, gastronomy, and arts, we reflect, discuss, and bubble along with microbes in order to give legacy to plural perspectives. By letting our thoughts and beliefs ferment in the brine of shared discourse, we look for transformative paths to multispecies justice and well-being.

Like fermentation itself, a slow process that can turn the invisible into visible, the dialogues on Ferment Radio help us re-imagine societal transformations and rebuild relationships between species, people, disciplines and other notions we live by.

As of now, Ferment Radio encompasses more than 40 episodes, with listeners in over 85 different countries around the world. Our episodes are thematic, and enriched by the interactions with the Ferment Radio community through social media.

“I think your podcast takes fermentation as a practice really seriously and I think you manage to find great guests how talk about its loftier implications and the attached philosophies in a way not a lot of other platforms do! So that's why I've long been a fan.”

— David Zilber,
author of The Noma Guide to Fermentation

Ferment Radio is hosted by multidisciplinary artist and scientist Aga Pokrywka, and is brought to you by Super Eclectic, a multimedia production team for the world we want.

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Pollution, drought, floods, deforestation, biodiversity loss, climate change...
We are experiencing the consequences of human’s alterations of the Earth’s ecosystems. There is no pristine world. We are living on a broken planet.

Ferment Radio is a podcast series that takes you deep into the fascinating world of microbes. Through fermentation and transformation, we develop new recipes for living on a broken planet.

Pollution, drought, floods, deforestation, biodiversity loss, climate change...
We are experiencing the consequences of human’s alterations of the Earth’s ecosystems. There is no pristine world. We are living on a broken planet.

Ferment Radio is a podcast series that takes you deep into the fascinating world of microbes. Through fermentation and transformation, we develop new recipes for living on a broken planet.

Together with people from the most diverse backgrounds, including science, gastronomy, and arts, we reflect, discuss, and bubble along with microbes in order to give legacy to plural perspectives. By letting our thoughts and beliefs ferment in the brine of shared discourse, we look for transformative paths to multispecies justice and well-being.

Like fermentation itself, a slow process that can turn the invisible into visible, the dialogues on Ferment Radio help us re-imagine societal transformations and rebuild relationships between species, people, disciplines and other notions we live by.

As of now, Ferment Radio encompasses more than 40 episodes, with listeners in over 85 different countries around the world. Our episodes are thematic, and enriched by the interactions with the Ferment Radio community through social media.
Ferment Radio is hosted by multidisciplinary artist and scientist Aga Pokrywka, and is brought to you by Super Eclectic, a multimedia production team for the world we want.

“I think your podcast takes fermentation as a practice really seriously and I think you manage to find great guests how talk about its loftier implications and the attached philosophies in a way not a lot of other platforms do! So that's why I've long been a fan.”

— David Zilber, author of The Noma Guide to Fermentation

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