The Nelly Boum Show: CARS

A monthly show to discover change-makers activating systems from within. With a focus on North African and caucasian music and experts (but also showcasing international talents), the Nelly Boum Show is a series of inspirational, quirky and funny interviews- and brilliant music-specifically tailored for content creators and independent thinkers and makers of new worlds. Every month, the Nelly Boum Show unravels a theme and explores it in a multiverse of possible new futures- we listen and discuss the economy, politics, and other systems as we know it through music. Along the way, interviewees share their methods, and models and how they got to do what they are doing. Led by the founder of the University of the Underground, boxer and SETI (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute, and NASA International Space orchestra director Nelly Ben Hayoun-Stépanian; the show is a plethora of unique talents and pluralistic thinkers.

Did you know the world's first speeding ticket was issued in 1902? That a modern Formula 1 car can drive upside down in a tunnel at 120mph and that the most commonly stolen vehicle is the Honda Accord? Join Nelly Ben Hayoun and friends for a very special show- on CARS and recorded IN A CAR! The team, composed of pilot Edna Pletchetero and co-pilot Ranjit Atwal will race through London to meet the programmers of the nationwide festival they are producing for 2022.

Along the way, they grab a birthday cake at one of the oldest Youth Clubs in the UK - Pedro's Youth Club with head coach Natasha Patterson, they discuss the impact of COVID onto the nightlife, collective trauma and Brexit, and how music and taxi can build new politics, all of which is live streamed and recorded for broadcast on Worldwide FM. What goes around comes around, micro and macro connect in this wild experimental show with some of the speediest talkers we’ve ever met…

You can catch the carpool landscape also online on our YouTube:

Mikael Calandra Achode on visual trends, taxi’s and his work as a visual artist.

Tatevik Ayvazyan Director of the Armenia Institute in London

Danny Diskin reforestation initiative RAIN founder with a background in education, hypnotherapy and Research

Clara Cullen from the Music Venue Trust on the impact of Covid-19 on nightlife, music, artists and communities

Aditi Ahalya Jaganathan on community and responses in Covid-19.

Tracy Jarvis a trauma therapist on collective trauma

Kiran Atwal Dietician; Senior Medical Affairs Manager at Nutricia on the impact of Covid on eating habits.

Natasha Patterson at Pedro’s Youth Club on youth impact, well-being, stamps and cakes

Production- Victoria Adams, Sitraka Rakotoniaina, Ranjit Atwal and Edna Pletchetero

Hosted by Dr. Nelly Ben Hayoun- Stépanian

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