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Music and climate change podcast Sounds Like A Plan returns for second series

By | Published on Wednesday 6 October 2021

Sounds Like A Plan

Music and climate change podcast Sounds Like A Plan has announced that it is returning for a second series, launching to coincide with the upcoming COP26 summit next month.

Looking at how the music world is responding to the climate crisis, series two of the show will see presenters Fay Milton and Greg Cochrane interview Brian Eno, Charlotte Church, Sam Carter from Architects, Reverb’s Lauren Sullivan, ClientEarth founder James Thornton, Clean Scene co-founder Eilidh Mclaughlin, NFT entrepreneur Max Shand and more.

“There are so many positive things happening in the music industry, and yet so many gaps to be filled”, says Milton. “There’s definitely room for everyone to get involved in promoting sustainability within the music community – hopefully we can inspire people with this podcast!”

Cochrane adds: “The response to series one was brilliant, connecting with so many listeners who share a passion for the planet and music. This series, we’re going deeper with more episodes: continuing to reach into different corners of the music world to hear energising stories about the action people and organisations are taking in response to the threat, challenge and opportunity of our climate emergency. This autumn is a decisive period – these conversations capture the urgency of the change we need to see”.

The first episode of the new series is out now. You can find it wherever you listen to podcasts.