PepperGreen no-longer feels like a traditional employment service but a place where you want to hang-out. I spoke with different staff, visitors and community groups at the farm to learn about this transformation. Have a listen!
Tim spoke with me about his first year in the role. We covered surprises, frustrations and the connection between local and global issues. Have a listen.
I sat down with Natasha Holgate in Woodend, inside Holgate’s newly opened taproom to learn more about the Brewhouse's history and her desire to strengthen connections with the wider Woodend and Macedon Ranges community. Have a listen!
The Freiburg Münster market brings everyone into town.
I caught up with Mick at the 2019 Freiburg Blues Festival. We talked about embracing the blues, his love of The Beatles, song writing and unpacked some of the songs on his most recent album, '149 Delta Avenue'. Have a listen.
What really stands out to me about the festival, is the huge love and appreciation for the music and musicians from the festival-goers. The drive of blues isn't take for granted by Freiburgers and it makes for an incredible atmosphere. Have a listen.
Not everyone can claim to have had a number one hit in Japan. Jon Mellor and British band Ouch! had three of them. I first met Jon six years ago while we were working together at Oxfam Australia. Even by Oxfam’s colourful standards, there was something which made this dynamic bass player stand-out from the rest of the crowd.
With hundreds of thousands of pies being enjoyed on Grand Final Day alone, I wanted to find out how best to explain the meat-pie to my German friend Philip and discover 'what makes the perfect pie?' Have a listen
In June, Karin and I did an epic road-trip down to New Orleans. Passing through the 'musical south', New Orleans was the apex of our visit. It's a tremendously fun place and famous for its musical history. I wanted to find out what life in New Orleans is like in 2019 and I chatted with some of the locals to find out. Have a listen
There’s a bird in the bushes. A delightful house wren making all sorts of music. One moment, she’s tweeting her bubbly Summer call and the next she’s jumping on the wind chimes that hangs between the two bird houses. When I look away, I catch her tail feather squeezing into the little orange and white… Continue reading Sunday Slow-time