Are soulless, post-pandemic offices really the answer to the return to work problem? Plus, Sam McClary tries her hand at Everesting on the latest episode of We’re Still Here
On this week's episode of EG's We're Still Here podcast it's all about soul and cycle.
First up host Emily Wright is joined by EG editor Sam McClary for a round-up of the week's news and analysis trends. Following the release of government guidance they delve into the suggestions around creating safe, post-pandemic office spaces and wonder how many people will be happy to return to a workplace devoid of collaborative space or soul.
Then, McClary joins two industry heroes, Dan Higginson of Greycoat and Dan Campbell of architect Stiff + Trevillion to try her hand at Everesting - tune in to find out exactly what that is - and to find out more about their quest to raise money for Feed the Frontline. The duo put in " a 12-hour shift" cycling in their homes to virtually climb the height of Everest to support the charity which provides NHS key workers with healthy food as they work longer hours during the current crisis.
To find out more or to support Dan & Dan visit https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/dans-12-hour-shift-bike-ride.
For information on this and the week's top stories, tune in to this week's We're Still Here.