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New Seasons for Globally Ranked Learning Hack Podcasts

Brighton, UKLearning NewsThe Learning Hack

The Learning Hack podcast launches its tenth season with Egle Vinauskaite. Ranked top 5% globally, it reaches listeners in 130+ countries. A sixth season of Great Minds on Learning starts in March. Learning Hack podcasts are sponsor-supported and showrunner John Helmer also offers podcast consultancy.

The tenth season of the Learning Hack podcast has begun, with an episode featuring Egle Vinauskaite, award-winning director of the learning innovation consultancy Nodes. Upcoming guests include Belina Raffy, Peter Manniche-Riber and Myles Runham.

The Learning Hack podcast has a global rank among the top 5% of podcasts according to Learning Notes, the SF-based podcast search engine that crawls more than 3 million shows worldwide. Beginning in September 2019, the podcast has featured in-depth interviews with the leading figures in workplace learning and education and has listeners in 130+ countries around the world.

Meanwhile from the same stable, a sixth season of the Great Minds on Learning podcast will commence in March. GMoL made a triumphant live appearance at the Online Educa conference in Berlin last November, with AI learning expert Donald Clark and John Helmer taking the stage to discuss the theoretical underpinnings of Generative AI and its application in supporting learning. Further live events are under consideration for this year.

Learning Hack podcasts are completely independent and transparently supported by sponsorship. Potential sponsors who wish to ally themselves to this globally ranked podcast brand should contact john@learninghackpodcast for details.

John Helmer also provides consultancy and services for organisations that wish to start their own podcasts.

Introduction to the Learning Hack podcast and Great Minds on Learning