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A Coffee With…Greg Young

Greg Young and colleague Tom Meyers started the Bowery Boys podcast on a whim as a fun project during the summer of 2007. According to their website, they both had some amateur radio experience in our past (Greg in college in Missouri and Tom in high school in Ohio), and they’d talked for years about […]

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A Coffee With…Prof Tom Lewis

  Professor Tom Lewis is a professor of English at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York, and the author of a number of books, including the subject of this┬ámasterclass,┬áDivided Highways: The Interstate Highway System and the Transformation of American Life, which was made into an award-winning documentary. This book captivated me; it’s a fascinating, socio-historical […]

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A Coffee With…Peter Miller

Peter Miller is a self-confessed cricket geek who has built a following on Twitter as ‘The Cricket Geek’. On the basis of his cricketing nous and engagement on Twitter, Peter is now increasing his portfolio of cricket writing to include EPSNcricinfo and commentating with Test Match Sofa, as well as podcasting with wunderkind, Freddie Wilde. […]

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A Coffee With…Brenden Wood

Brenden Wood and James Manning present one of my favourite podcasts, Mediaweek Australia – so I was keen to invite Brenden, who I’d connected with on Twitter, on A Coffee With. Brenden also works on MMM Sydney and has an extensive radio career that covers many markets and started out with Brenden doing work experience […]

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A Coffee With…Dylan Soo

> Dylan Soo is a great friend of mine who I met a few years ago as we travelled on our respective holidays traversing Canada by train (all 5,800 kilometres from Vancouver in the west to Halifax in the east!). These days he’s based in Whitehorse, Yukon where he manages a number of hotels. Dylan […]

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This is – A Coffee With

Welcome to A Coffee With! Some time ago I had the idea of interviewing people I’d met via social media since I moved back to Melbourne in April 2010. Since that time I’ve met loads of people, many through social media gatherings and catching up with folks. I’ve found ‘social media’ to be really ‘sociable […]

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