Tickets

a wavetable original podcast

Tickets explores the intersection of education and live experience.

In each episode we meet the change makers, innovators, and idealists  who are shaping what's coming next.

Our guest list includes leading figures from some of the world's most creative companies, including Airbnb, Adobe, Betaworks, Duolingo, Kano Computing, Royal Albert Hall, Sonar Festival, SXSW, The New York Times, and Time Magazine.

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What they say...

"An excellent podcast, highly recommended. Howard keeps things moving organically - building on the guest’s answers, in real time, and asking astute follow-ups that create a dynamic back-and-forth.
His interjections are minimal, not overbearing, and they’re essential to the show’s thoughtful vibe.

For all its improvised feel, it’s also possible to detect a real structure holding Tickets together.
Really great stuff."

- The Lavin Agency speakers bureau

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Ikke Norman

Chief Creative Officer
PrezLab

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Ikke Norman

Chief Creative Officer
PrezLab

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Ikke Norman

Chief Creative Officer
PrezLab

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