Best Cultural Destinations
People are Culture. Connecting is the Destination.
People are Culture. Connecting is the Destination.
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People Are Culture Podcast


People Are Culture interview series celebrates our unique differences and shared human condition, and presents stories of how culture is created, preserved and shared. Through hour-long conversations hosted by BCD Founder & Editor Meg Pier, you'll meet indigenous artisans, pioneering activists and innovators, dedicated preservationists, spiritual seekers, global visionaries and a host of others, who each relate their inspiration, process, techniques, and heritage. You'll also learn about their personal epiphanies, challenges, breakthroughs, and hopes for the future--for at the heart of all culture is our shared human condition.

People Are Culture podcast series reveals that while the phenomenon of culture is universal, its meaning is personal. By seeking out and honoring each other's unique perspective, we expand our own understanding of the meaning of culture. People Are Culture is based on a belief in the importance of listening and being heard, and that sharing our ideas and experiences is what makes life interesting, enriching--and fun!  

People Are Culture is also available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stichter, TuneIn, Blubrry, Pandora, Radio Public, Acast, Pocketcast, Doubletwist, PlayerFM, Podkicker and Deezer.

About the Host

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Meg Pier, Founder & Editor of Best Cultural Destinations, is a proponent of experiential travel who produces & presents stories of people around the world preserving and bringing the world's cultures to life. Meg is a pioneer of a brand of travel journalism in which the subject of each story is the narrator. She has been engaged in telling people's stories for more than 30 years, and believes "People Are Culture”. She sees herself as "channeling" the stories of people who have been generous in sharing their experiences with her, and considers being a conduit for cultural identity as a sacred responsibility.