Blueprint for Living - Separate stories podcast

Blueprint for Living - Separate stories podcast

Australia

The whole program cut up into separate stories - allows easy skipping from one story to the next so you can pick and choose.

Episodes

World's greatest wildlife destinations  

Whale sharks in Honduras, Wolverines in Finland, we bypass the Galapagos to take you to the other great places to experience wildlife.

Sense of Place: Tim Costello on Zurich  

Tim Costello tells why living in Zurich taught him empathy and set him on his path to change the world.

Cookbooks in an online world  

Can online recipes replace a well-thumbed and food-splattered cookbook?

The history of postcards  

A look at the history behind the 'email of the 1900s' -the postcard.

Feminism and the humble paper bag  

What battles have female designers had over the centuries to get their work recognised?

Sense of Place: Nick Earls on New York City  

A random meeting with late US actor and author Spalding Gray in New York led to an career-changing epiphany for Brisbane author Nick Earls.

Iconic Buildings: Sirius Building  

With views of Circular Quay and roof top gardens Sirius was an ideal place to live. It was built 1980 as a public housing complex and was one of Sydney's few brutalist buildings.

Tips and tricks perfect poached eggs  

How to poach an egg without losing face

Inside the world of a personal chef  

Imagine being paid $200 to poach an egg, but are private chefs only for the wealthy?

Bye Bye Michael Williams  

This is Michael's last show on Blueprint for Living so successor Jonathan Green from Sunday Extra pops in for some tips and to hear some highlights and lowlights of Michael's tenure here at RN.

Tips and Tricks Karen Martini's Christmas salads  

Something a little different to add colour to your Xmas lunch.

Tips and Tricks Karen Martini's Christmas salads  

Something a little different to add colour to your Xmas lunch.

Iconic buildings: Natural History Museum, London  

Theatricality and playfulness in London's grand Natural History Museum.

Reimagining the neighbourhood no man's land  

How might the suburban no-man's land offer a solution to the housing needs of growing populations?

The road less travelled  

An extraordinary journey - from tracking desert elephants in Namibia to feeding wild hyenas in Ethiopia.

My dad's tea addiction  

Simon Moodie, the father of RN Producer Georgia Moodie, is very concerned that his favourite tea, Robur Green Signal Black Tea, has just been pulled from supermarket shelves. We go on the hunt for this historic Australian tea.

My dad's tea addiction  

Simon Moodie, the father of RN Producer Georgia Moodie, is very concerned that his favourite tea, Robur Green Signal Black Tea, has just been pulled from supermarket shelves. We go on the hunt for this historic Australian tea.

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