Diving In is a conversation you will want to be part of - Louise and Virginia have been best friends since university - they share a passion for story telling and read loads of good books. Make yourself a cup of tea and listen in as they share the books they’ve been loving, and also the films, TV series, podcasts and articles they’ve enjoyed.
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Louise and Virginia thought it might be fun to do an episode on books that they feel a bit embarrassed to have never read (until now). There were a lot of books to choose from, but they discuss four in this conversation. During this chat they also... more
Louise and Virginia have a great conversation about a lovely Western Australian novel. Salt River Road by the very talented debut author Molly Schmidt captures the large Tetley family at the worst time of their lives. Their wife and mother, Elena, ha... more
Louise and Virginia have a conversation about two books with many overlaps, one fiction and one non-fiction, and reflect on the fact that none of this information was taught in the classroom when they were at school. more
I absolutely love listening to Louise and Virginia. Not only are their Aussie accents so pleasant to listen to, they are both super intelligent and well read. They seem to respect one another enormously and have great chemistry. I feel like I learn a lot from each episode, they offer more than just the standard books being pushed in book circles and often do deep dives and go down bookish rabbit holes. I’d rate this podcast 5+ stars if I could, it’s just that good.
I always look forward to, and, thoroughly enjoy Louise and Virginia talking about their latest reads, listenings and viewings. I feel as if I’m in the room with them and their delight is infectious. I particularly appreciate how they always display such respect for the creators of the various mediums and any criticism is always constructive. They have even managed to invite me to read or re-read authors I’m really not very fond of. A big thank you for sharing your conversations with us all.
Thank you for yet another great episode. When I see a new episode is available, I know I’m in for a great “visit “.
Why the acknowledgement of country at the beginning ? Ridiculous . Unsubscribing as we are sick of this fake nonsense being shoved down our throats .
Thank you Virginia and Louise! You come up with the best variety of interesting books for me. I really appreciate your insightful reviews and comments. more
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Diving In launched 4 years ago and published 79 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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