United States of Dramerica

Episode 43 - Richard Hyde, British Consul General in Texas

October 01, 2020 Dan Rutstein Season 1 Episode 43
United States of Dramerica
Episode 43 - Richard Hyde, British Consul General in Texas
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United States of Dramerica
Episode 43 - Richard Hyde, British Consul General in Texas
Oct 01, 2020 Season 1 Episode 43
Dan Rutstein

We talk to British diplomat Richard Hyde, Her Majesty's representative to Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.
He talks about diplomacy in the age of covid, diversity in Texas and in the British foreign service and his love for rodeo, bbq and breakfast tacos.
We also cover the importance of teaching Americans to drink scotch while sharing Aberlour and Jura.
He tells us about the importance of outreach to the Hispanic community in his States, female leadership in the British foreign office and growing up in Liverpool as the son of a disabled immigrant.
The wide-ranging discussion also covers why Texans walk with a swagger, why the state is misunderstood in the UK and how comfortable cowboy boots really are.

Show Notes

We talk to British diplomat Richard Hyde, Her Majesty's representative to Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.
He talks about diplomacy in the age of covid, diversity in Texas and in the British foreign service and his love for rodeo, bbq and breakfast tacos.
We also cover the importance of teaching Americans to drink scotch while sharing Aberlour and Jura.
He tells us about the importance of outreach to the Hispanic community in his States, female leadership in the British foreign office and growing up in Liverpool as the son of a disabled immigrant.
The wide-ranging discussion also covers why Texans walk with a swagger, why the state is misunderstood in the UK and how comfortable cowboy boots really are.