It is with a blend of gratitude and nostalgia that we announce the conclusion of The Small Data Forum podcast.
Our journey began in June 2016, and after more than seven years of insightful conversations and explorations via sideways looks at the uses and abuses of data big and small in business, politics and public life, we published our final episode in December 2023.
This website now transitions to an archive. For those who wish to revisit our discussions or explore them anew, each of the 79* monthly episodes we’ve shared over the years, plus a handful of interviews we’ve done, are preserved here. All audio content also remains accessible on major podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
We extend our heartfelt thanks to you, our listeners and social network followers, for your engagement, curiosity, and support.
For those looking to stay connected, the contact details for the founders and co-hosts Thomas Stoeckle, Neville Hobson, and Sam Knowles can be found on the About page. We welcome your continued conversation and engagement.
Thank you for listening and for being an integral part of our journey. The text of this post is available here in audio. As a podcast, of course, post-final episode 80.
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Pictured at top, l-r: Co-founders and co-hosts Sam Knowles, Thomas Stoeckle and Neville Hobson in Málaga, Spain, March 2023.
*The recorded version of this post incorrectly mentions 75 episodes. We regret the error.