From the Wandering Journo at Stories that Matter Studios this is The Streets of Your Town. The podcast that takes you on an audio journey through theatre of the mind highlighting a different slice of Australian life each episode. In episode 2 we meet entrepreneur Kathryn Lyons, on a world-wide mission to make toilets accessible for all.
The episode today jumps into ‘wine’ - we wander into topics like Old World vs New World, primary and secondary flavours, decanting, terroir - if it’s wine-related, we go there today. So sit back and enjoy, Carmen’s lovely sultry voice, as we open up some all kinds of complex concepts, wine-making intricacies, and of course, stories, insights and experiences - including, why you should always buy a 2012 South Australian wine. '[Decanting] is like waking wine up from a deep sleep'
Now here's a thing: Sam's gone and made a game! So of course Andrew has played it (he played a lot in the beta too) and now he's got a heap of questions for Sam about why he designed the game the way it is. It's a real switch of roles as Andrew takes the role of interviewer and Sam is his, mostly willing, interviewee. Andrew learns a lot about the game design process straight from the horses mouth and you, the listener, will learn lots too.
From the Wandering Journo at Stories that Matter Studios this is The Streets of Your Town. The podcast that takes you on an audio journey through theatre of the mind highlighting a different slice of Australian life each episode. In episode 1 we meet renowned artist and former Brisbane Deputy Mayor David Hinchliffe, and find out about the Streets of His Town, in Brisbane's vibrant Fortitude Valley.
Petr Lebedev is doing a PhD in physics education. He is endlessly fascinated by nature and shares this passion with his audience. He’s a regular on Dr Karl’s podcast, been a researcher on a Discovery Channel show, and appeared on ABC Radio National!
It only takes 2 hours and 10 minutes to describe Christian protesters of a fertility clinic in Albury, the ethics of mandatory safety measures, the Barnaby Joyce saga, ABC bias in favour of religions, the Indonesian Military’s capacity to invade Australia, a fire levy which exposes the Catholic Church, an example of bike shedding on the Hugh Harris Facebook page, dirty sinning primary school kids and how Peter Rabbit has gone feral.
While hopping from job to job is par for the course these days, people generally stay within the same field. But what if you were given the opportunity to make a huge leap onto an entirely different career path? Annabelle Kumar faced this anxiety-inducing, existential-crisis-causing conundrum in her early 30s and today we hear her story. As a successful manager for a top airline, Annabelle frequently travelled, earned good money, and had a wardrobe full of silk shirts and high heels. But...
"I was 10 years old holding tickets and giving my brothers two dollars for bookies. While other kids were listening to music radio at home...I was tuning into the race meets on 4GB!" Matthew Cox tells me about an upbringing that fed his growing gambling addiction. "At 16 years old while others were taking notes in science, I was writing myself lines that said 'I must not gamble'." There were four defining moments that changed Matthew's life from a man that had nothing to a man that has so...