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Iconic food writer, Rachel Roddy, talks pasta, literary influence, Roman food culture, and writing about Italian food as an outsider; and Brent Toderian discusses Reykjavik’s urban development plan competition, the problem of car dependency and the p... more
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A tour of an iconic designer's city with Garry Emery, a design history of the sneaker and Paul Bangay on his life in gardens.
Basically entertaining, if not for Jonathan's inane giggling, often at rather questionable times. His normally well selected, well informed guests often try to make a point, only to be greeted by giggles and sniggers from JG. more
Basically entertaining, if not for Jonathan's inane giggling, often at rather questionable times. His normally well selected, well informed guests often try to make a point, only to be greeted by giggles and sniggers from JG. And once again the latest episode (November 20th) still isn't available, 22nd at 5.00pm.
I'm subscribed to this podcast, have listened for years and always enjoy it but Emma Lee's interview finally inspired me to leave a review. It was so hopeful, open, loving, caring. Her love of country and feeling of belonging but strong desire to share that love was amazing to hear and something we need more of - we can all love the land and be part of it while respecting the knowledge and understanding of those who knew it first and longest. We will all lose it if we can't all love it.
the speculative individual is very WOKE. Interesting and sad...
I resent the electricity I used listening to this self-important rubbish. The audio equivalent of navel fluff. This is the sort of drivel that gives public broadcasting a bad name. There being no ‘no star’ option I’m forced to give it one. But it really is very far from that good.
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Blueprint For Living launched 9 years ago and published 619 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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