This week I interview the very talented, Scottish musician Alex Read. Band member of Big Fat Panda and Auld Spells and the newest member of The Wild Adventures Podcast team.
As you all know, I’m a sucker for a good story. So when I saw a post on LinkedIn about Caroline England, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to speak with her. Founder Of Featherbed Tales – Unique Recordable Digital Picture Books for Children, Caroline’s own story just goes to show that you really can make your dreams come true. They focus on keeping families connected when they are apart through the power of storytelling.
Back by popular demand is Martyn Evans from Kwacha Road! Kwacha Road has quickly become my favourite part of the week. Sat down on a Sunday morning with a hot cup off tea, Martyn’s newsletter often evokes thoughts that stay with me the rest of the week.
Greg Zienkiewicz shares his inspirational story of growing up in film studios in Poland, studying Engineering and Quantum Physics, moving to Edinburgh to learn English and break through to Hollywood, surviving cancer and then returning to his love and passion for film and creativity.
One of my dearest friends, Peter Joseph Lewis, as he likes to call himself, is a voice actor and future infamous podcaster. This is his story on how he became a voice actor, gives advice on what it takes to be a voice actor, and what Malcolm Reynolds of Firefly has to do with Peter’s legacy.
In this entertaining episode we speak with Martyn Evans. Martyn and I met at boarding school in 1997.. 23 years later we talk about how those experiences have contributed to who we are today and the mentality of an expat. What we see as ‘normal’ is often seen as extreme, strange, extravagant or just plain weird.