Blowing Bubbles – Positively Podcasting Covid

Posted on June 5, 2020

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At the start of the Covid Lockdown we were asked to a daily radio show/podcast: Blowing Bubbles.  It is broadcast on Otago Access Radio (3pm NZ) and podcast from there and sustainablelens.org. Positive conversations with people in their bubbles around the world. https://www.facebook.com/BubblesBySustainableLens/

We’re going for a conversation a bit like Sustainable Lens but with more currency around the current situation.  And deliberately positive.  How are people living their bubble lives, working from home, keeping kids entertained, staying connected and  getting exercise?  And how are these things presenting us with opportunities to find new ways of living?

The show is by the Sustainable Lens team – Samuel Mann in Sawyers Bay Dunedin and Mawera Karetai in Whakatane.  Shane Gallagher drops in when work schedules let him.  We have daily contributions from Tahu Mackenzie and Liesel Mitchell (and Andy Thompson for the first few weeks).

Press

The Star 14/4/20 p22  “Radio Show a Virtual World Tour“.

Whakatane Beacon 3/6/20 pg 9 “Radio Show Puts Positivity in Forefront During Pandemic“.

All the shows (to date)

1. Steve Henry  – Connecting Bubbles 
Natural world and the people getting a chance to breathe
31st March

2. Bill Tomlinson and Rebecca Black – Dad School Bubbles in Orange County 
1st April

3. Jan Hellriegel –  Creativity rocks Jan’s Bubble 
2nd April

4. Kathy New and Holly Watkins – Family bubbles in Lancaster 
3rd April

5. Jeremy Hanshaw – Bangkok Bubbles 

Safe space in busy city
6th April

6. Brian Aycock – Tokyo drift bubbles 7th April

7. Andy Williamson – Toddlering around the Skye bubble (Rethinking parliaments)
8th April

8. Birgit Penzenstadler – Trusting yourself Bubbletown LA 

9th April

9. Fiona Kerr-Gedson – Geometry of bubbles 
. 10th April Good Friday

 

10. Sonny TeioInspirational bubbles 
13th April Easter Monday

11. Viki Palacin – Finnished Bubbles
14th April Easter Tuesday

12. Elina Eriksson – Swedish Bubbles
15th April Wednesday

13. Colin Venters – Yorkshire bubbles 
16th April

16th 

14. Alexa Forbes – Regenerative outcomes
17th April

15. Oonagh McGirr – Communication of kindness

20th April

16. Ruth and Dean Hodgson – Community spirit from the mayoral offices in Pocklington

21st April

17. Jicca Smith and Sylvia Nagl – Relocated bubbles.

Wednesday 22nd April

18. Mary Butler and Lynley Hood– Say hello. VICTA for Visually Impaired Bubbles

23rd April

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19. Judy Turner – Resilient community bubbles

Friday 24th

20. Lindsay Smith –  Not very retired bubbles

Monday 27th  ANZAC Day (holiday)

21. Nandor Tanczos –  Regenerative bubbles

“It’s up to us to ensure that this is renewal rather than recovery”

Tuesday 28th

22. Toi Kai Rākau Iti in Ruatoki – Beacons of regenerative bubbles.

Wednesday 29th

23. Vaneeta D’Andrea –  Epic Bubble Poem
Thursday 30th

24. Oliver Bates – Gig-bubble workers’ rights.

Friday 1st May

25. Victor Luca – Exponential bubbles

Monday 4th May

26. Shaun O’Neill – Essentially, a talented bubble

Tuesday 5th May

27. Tamati Coffey – Politics of kindness

Wednesday 6th May

28. Chris Morland – Lived values bubbles

Thursday 7th 

29. David Hursthouse & Sam O’Sullivan – Socio-ecological bubbles
Friday 8th 

30. Lloyd Godman – Ecological bubble art

Monday 11th

31. Andy and Jo ThompsonTouching Earth Bubbles

Monday 11th

32. Dave Tex Smith – Perfect Puddle Bubbles

Wednesday 12th 

33. Lilly Morrow Howden – Creative Escape Bubbles

Thursday 13th

34. Glenys KerProfessionally Practicing Bubbles

Friday 14th

35. Maria Angela Ferrario – Bubbles of Rich Engagement

36. Paul Watters – Secure Bubbles

Tuesday 19th

37. Pam Corkery – Keeping Bubbles Real
Wednesday 20th

38. Vanessa Thomas – Speculative bubbles
Thursday 21st 

38. Vanessa Thomas – Speculative bubbles

Thursday 21st 

39. Keith Whiddon – Small town, big community bubbles

Friday  22nd

40. Ann Light – Celebrating best selves bubbles

Monday 25th

41. Scout Barbour-Evans – Intersected bubbles

Tuesday 26th

42. Dave Lane –  Open bubbles

Wednesday 27th

 

43. Andrew Perkins – Compositional Bubbles

Thursday 28th

44. Hazel Osborne – Bubbles with Spice of Life

Friday 29th

45. Kellylynn McLaughlin – Bubbling down the highway

Monday 1st

46. Richard Hamer – Gotcha good bubbles

Tuesday 2nd 

47. Matthew Tukaki – No fear bubbles

Wednesday 3rd

48. Jean Ross  – Bubbles of rural nursing

Thursday 4th

49. Virginia JeevesPublishing Community Bubbles

Friday 5th

50.  Michele A’Court  – Celebrating the Bubbles

8th June

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51. Mike JonathanFilmy Bubbles

9th June

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52. Kelly HughesReconnecting Bubbles

10th June

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53. Judy BellinghamSinging Bubbles

11th June

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54. Bubble SanctuaryTahu Mackenzie

12th June

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55. Workspace BubblesHeidi Renata

Monday 15th

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56. Thriving BubblesRichard Mitchell

Tuesday 16th
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57. Re-imagining BubblesCatherine Delahunty
Wednesday 17th

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58. Speaking of BubblesTrevor Mallard
Thursday 18th

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59. Farming Friendly Bubbles – Toby Williams

Friday 19th

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60. Jeremy Tacon

Bubble from America (Letter from turmoil)
Monday 22nd
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61. Mushtaq Memon
Sustainable Development Bubbles.
Tuesday 23rd

mushtaq

62. Wendy Rapana

Mauri bubbles
Wednesday 24th

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63. Martin Andrew

Stories are bubbles of hope
Thursday 25th

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64. Vicki Yarker-Jones
Dashing Purple Bubbles

Friday 26th

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65. Amy Scott
Dotty bubbles

Monday 29th

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66. Jonathan Hagger

Purposefully reconnecting bubbles

Tuesday 30th

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67. Fiona McTavish

Re-imaging Bubbles

Wednesday 1st July

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68. Jean Ross

Rural Nursing Bubbles Too

Thursday 2nd

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69. Matt Valentine

Making Better Bubbles

Friday 3rd

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70. Jeff Milham

Connected Conservation Bubbles

Monday 6th

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71. Miriam Sturdee

Tuesday 7th
Sketched Bubbles

Miriam_sketch

72. Kathryn Van Beek

Communication for a Better Bubble

KathrynVanBeek

Wednesday 8th

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