Broadcast on ABC’s Radio National, Future Tense is hosted by Walkley award-winning journalist Antony Funnell and has been running since 2009.
It explores “new ideas, new approaches, and new technologies” and aims to discuss the “economic fault lines” caused by rapid transformation across different industries.
Broadcasting every Sunday at 10.30am, all of Future Tenses’ episodes are available online, covering topics like digital security, personal brands, and even how to make spaghetti bolognese.
SmartCompany’s pick: Funnell gathers a selection of experts to discuss the age of the “pop-up” shop, and how temporary outlets accommodate the desires of the social media age.
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Pet-food lickers and changing-room strippers: Why you’ll never sell to people you don’t understand Ian Whitworth Scene Change co-founder
Blandification™ and the state of modern branding Jeffrey Oley The Offices co-founder
Why you should find the right role for the right person — not the other way around Bruce Stronge Outfit founder