#23 – “Tea Bags For Tears” and dealing with tough times

The Twenty-Third episode of the Great Deep Podcast Series looks at going through tough times, linked in with the song, Tea Bags For Tears.

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There’s also two blog posts on the subject:

Tea Bags For Tears; and

Temporary Troubles In A Marathon.

This episode’s Favourite Movie Quote segment comes from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves in which the main protagonist gets put in his place by his Muslim place after complaining that he nearly got killed because he wasn’t helped.

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In the Open Air

I remember lying on the top bunk of a backpackers in Barcelona. It was a September evening in 2011, 1am, and there was still a buzz of vehicle and foot traffic outside. A normal occurrence for the city. I loved Barcelona, and during this time of Covid19, it’s surreal to think that it might be a long while before any of us can venture beyond our own communities. Continue reading In the Open Air

#22 – “Dear God” – the lost art of a lament

The Twenty-Second episode of the Great Deep Podcast Series looks at the lost art of being able to lament when things are tough, linked in with the song, Dear God. Continue reading #22 – “Dear God” – the lost art of a lament

#19 – Artist Subscriptions, part 1

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The Eighteenth episode of the Great Deep Podcast Series asks a somewhat controversial question in light of the bigger picture: Has anything really changed in a world of Covid-19? Or are we just now aware of things that we were too distracted to see before? Continue reading #18 [MINI] – Covid 19… has anything really changed?