Ibiza Podcast

  • Gathering
  • Deconstructing
  • Reinventing

Host: Jo Youle
Production: Gang Of Witches
Conception: Gang Of Witches, Jo Youle
Editing: Reset Rebel Productions
Sound design: Gang Of Witches
Branding: Vivien Bertin

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Gang Of Witches Ibiza Podcast
Revolutionary witches, international and/or Ibicencas speak to the British journalist Jo Youle. With the guests, the hostess explores different ways of using ecofeminist thinking to respond to the challenges facing the island and accelerate its transition towards a regenerative culture.
Episode #17 avril 2022

#17 STORYTELLING TO CREATE SYSTEMIC CHANGE

Rebecca Frayn

Two years ago screenwriter, novelist and Environmental activist, Rebecca Frayn released Misbehaviour, a revolutionary feminist feature film on the 1970 Miss World protests by the Women’s Liberation movement.

The furore interrupted a live TV broadcast and in turn sparked so many conversations that put Women’s lib on the map at a time when so many of those issues we are dealing with today were mostly unheard, like the #METOO movement. Keira Knightley & Gugu Mbatha-Raw both star in the film – which was nominated last year for Best British Film. It is a story told about women by women, like all of Rebecca’s work and one which took ten years of investigative digging to uncover. We also  hear about her new novel, Heatwave, which is set in Ibiza and shines a light on the ecological challenges the island is facing through the perspectives of four characters.

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  • Jo Youle

    Journaliste, reporter

    Jo Youle is a creative audio specialist in Ibiza, running podcasting courses and radio making workshops. As a freelance journalist, reporter and newsreader for the past 23 years, Jo has hosted everything from news and current affairs programmes and podcasts to her very own Saturday night dance music show called The Remix.

    As a music journalist in London for BBC 6 Music, Jo spent years in muddy fields reporting from festivals like Glastonbury and the red carpets of live events and award ceremonies, but since moving to Ibiza, she has focussed her attentions more on her personal passions and the wellness and ecology side of audio making, like her own show, The Reset Rebel.


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  • #16 SELF-CARE IN TIMES OF WAR

    Dr. Rola Hallam

    For this episode, on self care in times of war, we invited Rola Hallam, a doctor, humanitarian and human rights advocate saving children's lives on the front lines in Syria to talk to us about her own experiences in the country she was born.
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  • #15 BALEARIC ISLANDS, LAND OF REFUGE FOR MIGRANTS?

    Inma Saranova, Carmelo Canvalia, Rafael Ramírez, Lilia - anonymous

    This month Jo Youle returns with a special episode on the reception of migrants in the Balearic Islands, in 2021 over 500 people arrived by boat, leaving their home lands in sheer desperation to attempt to find a better or more secure future for themselves and their families.
    Listen to episode #15
  • #14 WHAT DOES THE FUTURE LOOK LIKE FOR FOSSIL FUELS IN THE BALEARICS?

    Sara Pizzinato

    Back in 2012, environmental NGO’S, business associations and local authorities on ibiza set up the Alianza Mar Blava  to protect the Balearics from oil exploration. Projects just off the islands of Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Minorca… Sara Pizzinato is an activist and part of the Allianza and gives us insights into the use of fossil fuels on the islands, in this episode.
    Listen to episode #14
  • #13 MEET IBIZA PRESERVATION'S NEW DIRECTOR

    Inma Saranova

    In today’s episode, Jo Youle meets the journalist, activist and environmentalist Inma Saranova - who has just been appointed the new Director of Ibiza Preservation. Together, we dug deep into her plans for the year ahead and also her passions as an activist and where she will begin her role & what her goals are for 2022.
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