Whatever it is you would like to do – whether it is starting a business, running a marathon or transforming a school – this episode is for you.
Helen Zille has been one of the most prominent, and sometimes controversial, figures in South African politics for several decades.
What can the story of a 19th century African American composer teach us about Accomplishment?
Peter Hyman worked in No 10 as a speechwriter for Tony Blair but left government more than a decade ago with a new mission...
Imagine creating a school system in a newly independent country. “It was exciting, it was scary. If I made a mistake, I can doom the nation forever”.
Dame Katherine Granger is one of the most decorated women in British Olympic history and went on to become the Chair of UK Sport after retiring as a professional athlete.
Gareth Southgate has been manager of the men’s football team since 2016 and there are high expectations for the team in this winter’s World Cup in Qatar.
Maryam Monsef arrived in Canada as an Afghan refugee aged 11 years old. By the age of 30, she was elected as an MP and became the youngest member of Justin Trudeau’s new cabinet.
Who'd swap Hollywood for Westminster? ‘Chariots of Fire’ producer David Puttman did exactly that.
Dr Sania Nishtar is an internationally acclaimed physician and world leading health expert.
David Miliband quit British politics to escape ‘the soap opera’ and now leads the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in New York.
What can elite sailors learn from professional cyclists? What does a left back at OGC Nice football club have in common with a Formula One driver at Mercedes?
Just a few weeks into her new role as CEO at UK Youth, Ndidi Okezie faced the immediate chaos of the pandemic and the following months of lockdowns, restrictions and disruption.
After four years as Secretary of State for education, David Blunkett became Home Secretary just a few months before 911 changed the world dramatically.
Baroness Sue Campbell is one of the most influential people in British sport.
Katherine Swift was a rare book librarian who gave up her job to create the acclaimed gardens at the Dower House, Morville Hall.
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