05-14-2019 08:15 AM
I'm not an enthusiastic podcast follower but wanted to share the one I have been listening to this week.
I have only listened to it on Spotify but think it can be found elsewhere.
Have you got a favourite podcast? Doesn't have to be parenting but I am avoiding true crime at the moment.
05-14-2019 11:54 AM
05-22-2019 10:12 AM
Yes @Jess1-RO stuff like that. Admittedly, I spend more time trying to find some that will interest my dad who has gone blind. He is very fussy and doesn't like fiction or crime so it can be hard to find something that holds his interest. Currently trying to find old fashioned radio programs and biographical ones for him and physics ones I can understand for me so I can understand eldest child's conversations.
05-22-2019 03:48 PM - edited 05-22-2019 03:48 PM
Do you think your dad might enjoy some history podcasts? My mum really loves listening to podcasts about a particular event in history or a fresh perspective on a topic. She particularly loves biography-style podcasts on historical events.
Physics ones sound like a good idea- is your son doing physics for school/study? Some sciences can sound like a whole new language! Best of luck with the podcasts- a great idea!
07-24-2019 01:48 PM
I found some more podcasts I had to share!
I have really enjoyed the podcast series so far from Tiddas4Tiddas. I came across this podcast series during NAIDOC week, and there are new episodes on a Sunday.
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