All this week on Table Talk we are discussing Podcasts
In our first post, we introduced all things podcasts and listed some wonderful farming and agriculture specific podcasts from Australia and across the world.
Today, we want to bring you some non-farming specific, but super relevant rural interest podcasts that discuss rural issues and shed light on the wonderful things going on across our communities and regions.
We all love Landline and now there is a way to listen to popular stories you have seen on the television in the past. There are only three episodes out at present (as at 15 August 2018) but more on the way, and we love that the very first episode is about Deniliquin, where I live (How Landline helped Deni Ute Muster become a thing)!
Bought to you by the amazing Fleur Anderson and the team at Rural Business Collective, hear from entrepreneurs, experts, business people and community leaders talk about topics relevant to their community and rural and regional Australia. On our list to listen to is Episode 4 “Succession Planning with John Moor from RCS”, which was recommended to us from our friend Hayley Purbrick.
Regional Voices is broadcast across more than 150 radio stations nationwide. It is a “weekly radio program offering fresh perspectives on regional Australia”. Each month there is a new topic and four episodes explore the topic through the eyes of an expert. Previous themes have included Mental Health, Finance, Employment and Regional Futures.
Produced by Deniliquin local and all round superstar, Hayley Purbrick, this 8 part series focuses the amazing stories of amazing regional women. Topics include “Changing the pattern of domestic violence”, “Taming Toxic Relationships”, “When the Critics don’t Count”, and “Are we in the Age of Anxiety?”
- Listen on iTunes, Android.
Hosted by Sophie Hanson and Skye Manson, My Open Kitchen all about storytelling, farming, food, community and connections. It is friendly, warm and informative.
The My Open Kitchen podcast is hosted by Sophie Hansen and Skye Manson and is all about giving farmers, small business owners and producers like ourselves the confidence and skills to use social media to tell their stories in an engaging and useful way to their right people.
- Listen on iTunes.
In ‘A Big Country’ ABC reporters introduce us to interesting people and places across country Australia. Past episodes have included Growing oysters in the tropics and meet the master and his apprentice, Digging in the Pilbara and truffle hunting in the Victorian alps, and Visit a no-waste berry farm and go bush with an outback mailman.
Countrywide takes us into regional Australia and shares stories about the food we eat, how it’s produced, and what all this means for the Australian economy
- Listen on podcast app, iTunes.
Rural Focus on Triple MMM covers agricultural and agribusiness issues affecting rural communities in regional Western Australia.
Spreading the Good Stuff is a podcast for regional women. Christy, Katrina and Leonie share stories of triumph, challenge, growth and change. Launched in June 2018, the fortnightly podcasts have included “Kindness and Positivity”, “Combating Negativity”, “Building Positive Relationships” and “Mental Health”.
- Listen on iTunes.
The Rural Woman podcast has almost 60 inspiring, enlightening and challenging conversations with AMAZING rural women on all kinds of topics.
- Listen on SoundCloud