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About Constructive Voices
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A new and exciting podcast platform, Constructive Voices aimed specifically for the construction industry launched earlier this year in April 2021. Constructive Voices brings the latest stories from the construction industry globally and is creating the best conversations with industry leaders and change makers, on topics shaping the sector from the economy to sustainability, social good, to mental and physical health, and diversity and inclusion.
All the podcasts aim to inspire positive change and it has a strong, talented team of diverse experts behind it, which includes Peter Finn, Ireland’s well-known and favourite TV builder; Henry McDonald, investigative journalist; Jackie De Burca, author and award-wining podcaster; and Steve Randall, radio presenter and podcast trainer.
Constructive Voices latest powerful podcast is out now, where acclaimed journalist and media commentator, Henry McDonald interviews Professor Michael Parkinson CBE, Honorary Professor at the University of Liverpool and Ambassador for its Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place. Professor Parkinson speaks in detail about the proposed Everton football stadium project and Liverpool’s regeneration.
This latest podcast with Professor Parkinson has been well-received and Paul Gallagher
Head of Creative Partnerships, National Museums Liverpool says, “This is a brilliant podcast, incredibly enlightening and insightful. A highly recommended listen.”
Here’s a taster of some of the other episodes from Constructive Voices:
- Shifting Sands To Economic Recovery, here Henry McDonald speaks with Guy Woodford, about the UK economy via the aggregate industry.
- Mixed Reality In Construction, A Mates Chat About Mental Health & An In-Depth Look At Apprenticeships features an in-depth conversation with Josh Mathias MD of the Hythe Group about apprenticeships. This episode also includes an accessible introduction to Mixed Reality, plus it touches on mental health within the sector.
- In this insightful podcast Henry McDonald speaks to ex-offender, John Burton – one of the stars of Liverpool Narcos – about his organisation, Inside Connections, that runs programs to enable the employment of ex-convicts within the industry. Jackie De Burca interviews James Rudoni of Mates in Mind.
Constructive Voices is proud to have receive other feedback about its podcasts from construction industry leaders who have said:
Cas Heuvelmans, PR Manager Europe | Trimble says: “I'm truly impressed by what the team have pulled off here.”
Guy Woodford, Aggregates Business says, “A real diversity among the guests, which gives the show pace…Great success story."
Peter Finn, Ireland’s favourite TV builder says, “At Construction Voices we want to bust those stereotypes that people may have of this sector and showcase the best things that are happening within this sector globally, including bringing to the forefront the latest industry insights and trends. We are creating quality content and we are proud that in such a short space of time we have become the go to podcast in the construction industry and have gained sponsors.”
Constructive Voices is consistently producing original content and future episodes lined-up includes, Peter Finn, TV personality taking listeners on a journey into the highly sensitive restoration of the building, which houses the Book of Kells at Trinity College, Dublin; while Henry McDonald, journalist will be discussing the renovation of the Real Madrid Bernabéu Stadium.
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