TGoG Podcast 017 – Green Easy Listening


Well I told you that I hadn’t forgotten Episode 17.  Here is the podcast that I recorded on Tuesday 26th April, testing out some new recording software which I decided to turn into a radio show episode.

Listen to the Episode Below (00:38:12)
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Let me know what you think.  Should I give this type of podcast a go, or is it a waste of time?

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Until next time, stay green and keep keen!


  1. says

    Thanks Carolyn, TechChik and Kate for your honest feedback. I listened to the podcast whilst I was in hospital and didn’t really like the format myself. I think I will stick to commentary mainly with snippets of songs if at all.

    Gav x

  2. says

    Well, Gavin, I turned it off after 30 seconds of that music. Sorry. I love to hear what you have to say but not mixed in with your music! One problem is that music needs to be listened to through good speakers etc which I do not always have connected to my laptop.

  3. Carolyn says

    Hi Gavin,
    Just want to say that I love the podcasts.
    I live in the heart of suburbia and do not grow vegies nor do I have chickens but, surprisingly I am finding the podcast interviews extremely interesting. They contain a lot of good ideas and information that even I can apply. I do have green inclinations so I’m always keen to find new ways which are simple and practical.
    The latest podcast was not my cup of tea. I listen to them when I have a spare moment. So, with a cuppa, I sit back, and enjoy the peace and quiet of my little corner of the world. Whether the music is hard rocking or not I guess I’m tuning in for the green thinking and input. And I love the fact that I’m hearing from other Australians/real people who are passionate about what they do.
    I look forward to more podcasts.

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