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Series 2 of A Little Bit of Genius has landed. Tune in using the links below: 

Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Google Podcasts | Ximalaya 
Bertrand has certainly packed a lot into his life! He’s an alumnus from our very own Collège Champittet and the first person to circumnavigate the globe non-stop in a hot air balloon. He also completed the first round-the-world solar flight in history. He speaks with Grade 12 students Amber and Alex about how he stayed resilient during his many adventures.



Taking centre stage is Ashley De Rosa, Broadway performer and alumnus of Windermere Preparatory School, who has had leading roles in Hamilton, Mean Girls on Broadway, RENT - Musical and more. 



Santiago Lange is a sporting superstar and the latest guest on A Little Bit of Genius. As a 4x World Champion #sailor who won #Olympic gold in 2016, the same year that he recovered from cancer, Santiago has a #resilience and strength greater than most.



An interview with Sir Tim Smit - world-renowned environmentalist, co-founder of
Eden Project and the latest guest on A Little Bit of Genius. In this jam-packed episode full of funny anecdotes and pearls of wisdom from a life lived to the fullest, Sir Tim shares with our students hosts his vision (and hopes) for a better, greener world.



Zahra, professional food blogger, content creator, TV host, restaurant owner, and all-around food lover, in the latest #BitOfGenius episode. Zahra talks all about where her passion for foods comes from and explains why she believes food is a powerful "medium to be able to talk about so many other issues, but in subtle ways.



In episode 6 of A Little Bit of Genius Amber and Alex from our school in Rotterdam chat with Olympic gold medal-winning sprinter Marlon Devonish MBE. He talks about everything from the discipline required to succeed as a professional athlete, the experience of competing alongside Usain Bolt, and the people who motivated him most throughout his career.



Can you imagine rowing non-stop for 50 days? Jemma Rix can. Along with her rowing partner, she holds the record for fastest female duo to row across the entire Atlantic.
Interviewed by our amazing students, hear what her intense rowing experience taught her about #resilience, aquatic wildlife, and our planet.



Our podcast hits a high note.

In today’s #BitofGenius episode, students from The British School Warsaw chat with Camille Zamora and Monica Yunus, two professional opera singers, about the ins and outs (and highs and lows!) of opera, along with their music-based charity Sing for Hope