Stories

17th December 2015

Tallulah Rendall

In the latest of our series on extraordinary people we meet Tallulah Rendall - a singer-songwriter with quite a story and a personal connection with Pukka. We wanted to share it - so here it is, in her own words and with a short guide to how Pukka helps her stay on her musical road.

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17th December 2015

Diego Barraza's quest to find connection

Diego Barraza wanted to tell a story about the ancient Yoga and its new resurgence as part of a shape shifting global narrative. “Part & Parcel, a Yoga Documentary Satsang” is a feature length film that takes us on a multilayer journey.

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9th December 2015

How wrong is a piece of string?

Whether we know it or not, cotton plays a big part in all our lives. There is a good chance that you will be wearing some cotton threads as you read this – perhaps a cotton t-shirt or a pair of jeans? We wear it all the time, but how many of us know where it comes from and how it’s produced?

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30th November 2015

Holly Tarquini on feminism, film & F-Rated

In the latest of her interviews for Pukka’s Womankind column, Suze Pole interviews Holly Tarquini. Holly is the inspirational creator of F-Rated, a new film rating which highlights films made by women or featuring women in leading roles. This month (December 2015) she has curated a series of F-Rated films for the Bath Film Festival.

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26th November 2015

What's so important about COP21?

From 30 November to 11 December 2015 all eyes will be on Paris for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (known as COP21). The conference is being seen as last chance saloon to reach a global agreement on carbon targets. The great hope is that these targets will limit climate change to manageable levels. But why does this matter so much? And what can we all do about it?

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