Cue Podcasts have partnered with the Centre for Public Impact (CPI) and Apolitical to launch Reimagining Government, a political podcast taking a look at the current state of government, and asking the crucial questions on how it should operate.
Reimagining Government is hosted by Adrian Brown, CPI’s Executive Director and former member of the UK Prime Minister’s Delivery and Strategy Units. With more than 20 years experience working on government performance and its development within the UK, he takes a look at how the UK government could change for the better. And he’s not alone.
Joining him are a whole range of politicians and public servants, each bringing their own experiences to the table. The first episode tackles how the UK government can overcome its faults in order to be an efficient force for positive change. Adrian and his guests shine a light on the people who are actively implementing change around the world, and inspiring others in the political sector to do the same.
The inspiration behind the podcast came from multiple governments facing increasing pressure to meet certain expectations and needs, whilst also striving to be a trusted institution. Further episodes take on climate change, health and social care, racial and economic inequity, and more.
Available on all major listening platforms, episodes (6 in total) will be released monthly - Reimagining Government is produced in partnership with Cue Podcasts, a UK-based production company specialising in branded podcasts. The team at Cue have previously produced shows for SailGP, Roc Nation, Samsung, VICE, Halifax, and more.
Aurora Horwood, Head of Communications at theCentre for Public Impact, said:
With the current challenges facing the UK, it's easy to feel hopeless about the government, its credibility, and its power to improve people’s lives. However, I firmly believe that a government done well offers our best hope in responding to the many complex challenges the world faces today. And that’s exactly what this podcast is about. Shining a light on the public servants and politicians around the world who are striving to improve government and, ultimately, improve outcomes for everyone.
The Centre for Public Impact acts as a learning partner for governments, public servants, and the many changemakers paving the way for government change.