Listen to People Tell Richard Stuff – our interview series where Richard Anson sits down with the best brains in business.

  • Matt Seaman, CEO, GoMedia

    If you don’t know Matt Seaman, you’ve definitely seen something created by one of his companies. Matt is the CEO of GoMedia, who provides on-board entertainment for the rail industry. Before that, he was one of the founders of Freeview, which of course anyone in the UK would know. Matt has a strong background in […]

    Richard Anson 1st May 2018
  • Sebastian Peck, Managing Director, InMotion Ventures

    On this show I’ve spoken to a few people whose remit is to innovate from within big established brands. Sebastian Peck is one such person – he’s the MD of InMotion Ventures, the innovation arm of Jaguar Land Rover. InMotion is split into two very distinct parts; a traditional incubator, where his team have free […]

    Richard Anson 27th March 2018
  • Rob Weston, Global Brand & Marketing Director, M&S

    My latest chat was with Rob Weston, global brand and marketing director at M&S. Rob and I spoke about all the things that keep his job exciting, from the changing customer in retail, to the power of data and AI. Rob’s role at M&S is broader than most in retail, covering food, fashion and banking, […]

    Richard Anson 27th February 2018
  • Rand Fishkin, founder, Moz

    Super excited to add to the list of podcast guests who make me look uncool – Rand Fishkin joins me on the show this week. Rand goes by the weird and wonderful title, Wizard of Moz. He’s founder and former CEO of SEO software startup Moz, host of Whiteboard Friday, co-author of a pair of […]

    Richard Anson 30th January 2018
  • The best of the podcast 2017

    Thanks for listening in 2017 – we’ve had a great time doing People Tell Richard Stuff. As an end of year treat, I’ve put together a 45min compilation of a few of my favourite bits from this year. Here’s what I’ve picked: Brian Solis, digital analyst, speaker and author We talk about a few huge […]

    Richard Anson 22nd December 2017
  • Nicholas Lovell, author and advisor to creative businesses

    Nicholas Lovell, author of best-selling book The Curve, welcomed me into his London home for this episode of the podcast. The Curve emerged from Nicholas’ work in video games, where so much is given away for free. He developed a business model that allows different types of fans to engage with (and pay) your brand […]

    Richard Anson 28th November 2017
  • James Brocket, international headhunter & executive recruiter

    James Brocket joins me on this episode of the podcast – we’re talking about putting together great boards and executive teams. James is a co-founder and managing partner of the global executive search firm Calibre One. His focus is on recruiting at board and C-level, so I thought I’d ask him about how those roles […]

    Richard Anson 31st October 2017
  • Mark Mullen, CEO, Atom bank

    For this week’s episode we’re off to Durham in the north of England to talk to Mark Mullen, CEO of new digital-only ‘upstart’ Atom bank. Mark was previously CEO of First Direct, so he’s had extensive experience in the banking system – now he’s trying to change it. You might have heard my chats with […]

    Richard Anson 26th September 2017
  • Brian Solis, digital analyst, speaker and author

    After a lovely summer break I’m back with new podcast episodes – first up I’m talking to Brian Solis, digital analyst, speaker and author. In his day job, Brian is a principal analyst studying disruptive technology and its impact on business at Altimeter Group, a research firm acquired by global brand management consultancy Prophet in […]

    Richard Anson 12th September 2017