My favourite episodes of Be The Drop

A curated episode list by Christopher Warman
Creation Date August 18th, 2019
Updated Date Updated August 19th, 2019
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Over the years of Be The Drop podcast, here are Chris Warman's favourite episodes he's worked on

Doing Great Things

Be Unforgettable with Chester Osborn at the d'Arenberg Cube
Chester Osborn is a natural born storyteller! Known for his loud shirts, which he claims are a "good hangover cure", Chester started working in the family winery when he was only seven years old. Today, d'Arenberg has 130 years of winemaking heritage to its name, it is the largest biodynamic grower in Australia, and Chester is known as the visionary creator of the d'Arenberg Cube. In today's episode of Be The Drop, we discuss the importance of colour, the power of a story that is unforgettable, and Chester reveals the secrets to his creative success. Join the discussion in our Facebook Group! Want more social media and business storytelling tips and tricks, or how to's to help you do your job? We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here. SUBSCRIBE to the Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here (Android users can access free via 'Podcast Addict'). SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Podcast Insights from Pocket Casts Developer – Russell Ivanovic
Pocket Casts is my favourite app for listening to podcasts, and I'm not alone. Recently listed by TIME as one of the 5 best podcast apps, Pocket Casts receives international recognition as one of the leading listening platforms. I was therefore very excited to interview Russell Ivanovic, Pocket Casts Co-Founder and Developer. Russell + Co-Founder Philip Simpson, developed their first app in 2008 - an Australian weather app, which became number 1 in the app store in Australia. Two years later, they quit their day-jobs and begun full time development on the Pocket Casts app.   Pocket Casts was recently acquired by a collective group that includes four of the world's top podcast producers – NPR, WNYC Studios, WBEZ Chicago, and This American Life.  For Russell, the partnership works because the collective group shares his passion for keeping podcast content open and accessible to everyone. In today's episode of Be The Drop, we delve into the world of podcasts, Russell talks about the highs and lows of his business journey and he reveals his predictions for the future of podcasts. Want more? We're currently running a FREE Online Storytelling That Generates Leads [SEO Basics] program - where we provide tools and resources in our Facebook Group to help you supercharge your digital storytelling content. The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! Want more business tips and brand storytelling tricks, or how to's to help you do your job? We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here. SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in Stitcher here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iHeartRadio here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Articulating Powerful Stories Through Music with Josh Belperio
Across cultures, music is universally significant in telling stories. Music can evoke strong emotions that bring us to tears, it inspire people or it might make you want to dance. Welcome to Episode 2, Season 2; Ep #54 of Be The Drop. I am joined this week, by Josh Belperio, who is an award winning music composer and celebrated cabaret performer. In June 2017, Josh premiered his original cabaret show Scarred For Life, which was sold-out and opened to unanimous five-star reviews at the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival. As a proud gay man, Josh recently released a heartfelt and emotional song in response to the plebiscite vote on same-sex marriage; his video has been viewed over 200K times and shared over 2.5K time In today's episode of Be The Drop, Josh talks about why you must be both specific and honest in storytelling, he explains why vulnerability is a strength, not a weakness, and we discuss why music has a unique ability to communicate powerful messages... References mentioned in this episode:  > Brene Brown > The Four Agreements > QLife SUBSCRIBE to us in iTunes here (Android users can access through the free app 'Podcast Addict'). SUBSCRIBE to us in SoundCloud here. Get more free marketing resources on our video channel - SUBSCRIBE to us in YouTube here. PS: REMEMBER to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  CONTACT US at podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Powerful Storytelling From Ancient Greece To Now - Ross Vosvotekas
Today I’m talking with Adelaide theatre aficionado, Ross Vosvotekas, a man of many talents. Card game inventor, app creator, and Director of production company Adapt Enterprises, he is an expert at multi-tasking. Ross is extremely passionate about local creative arts and supporting Adelaide's community of artists and performers. In today's episode of Be The Drop, Ross talks about living your passion, the power of stories to connect people, he reveals what makes live events so unique and we even touch on smashing watermelons on your head... This is Ross’ version of Be The Drop... To access the weekly podcast episodes as they are released: SUBSCRIBE to us in iTunes here. SUBSCRIBE to us in SoundCloud here. To access the weekly podcast video as they are released - SUBSCRIBE to us in YouTube here. PS: REMEMBER to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  CONTACT US at podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Championing Female Leaders In Business: The Edge PR
Women make up 51% of the Australian population however, there is not 51% representation of female leaders in business. We know that many women, and men, want equality, so it's now time to move beyond talking and to actually make headway in bringing about gender equality. The Edge PR is run by two female leaders who are on a mission to celebrate women in their professional lives, with media and leadership training, and by revolutionising female representation in mainstream media coverage. Tamsin Simounds and Amy Chandler are entrepreneurs and seasoned professionals in leadership and public relations. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Tamsin and Amy explore the next steps for female leaders in business who want to get their voice heard and become effective leaders. The dynamic duo also discuss their approaches to business and reflect on how they came to form, The Edge PR. ---- Considering starting your own podcast? At Narrative Marketing, we deliver a full range of podcast production options. Or if you’d like help getting started to produce your own content, I also deliver podcast training programs;view full training details via this link. ----- The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Electric Cars: An Eco-Friendly Future with myCar
The rise of electric cars is happening across the globe, although Australia is currently lagging behind when it comes to cleaner, greener transport options. However, a recent report funded by Jaguar claims two thirds of Australians will have an electric car within the next 10 years. Mark Harrington is a pioneer in eco-friendly business, recognising the potential and untapped market of green transport, by delivering chauffeured or leased hybrid and fully electric cars. In an age of ride sharing and Uber, myCar is a door-to-door, on demand, individually tailored service that is set to shake up Adelaide's approach to transport. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Mark describes the challenges of being the first to market. Mark discusses why he implements a collaborative approach, and how his adaptability has been critical to allow for future expansion. ---- Considering starting your own podcast? At Narrative Marketing, we deliver a full range of podcast production options. Or if you’d like help getting started to produce your own content, I also deliver podcast training programs;view full training details via this link. ----- The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
From A Coma To Personal Growth with Rohan Harry
Waking up from a 3 week coma puts life into a different perspective. When the fragility of life becomes obvious, we are motivated to make major changes in our life. Why should we waste time doing things that make us unhappy and don't provide us with personal growth? Rohan Harry is a comedian and podcaster who had such an experience. After working in IT and begrudgingly working the grind, he found himself waking up from a 3 week coma, paralyzed from the waist down. Given the new challenges of trying to walk again, Rohan found new perspective on goal setting, and his life aspirations. In today's episode of Be The Drop, Rohan discusses how he overcame challenges of the body and mind. Rohan and I also talk about the power of storytelling, and how starting a podcast was the best way Rohan could share his story, whilst developing his comedic and interpersonal skills. --- Would you like to join me on a creative podcasting journey? Then head along to my first ever Adelaide Fringe show, called “Pop Your Podcast Cherry An Interactive Podcasting Event” on Tuesday 19th or 26th Feb at The Jade. Tickets are only $20 each and are available via the Fringe website - click here to book your ticket today. I would love to see you there! --- Want more? Join our FREE Facebook Group where we provide tools and resources to help you supercharge your digital storytelling content. The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au

Tips And Tricks

Interview Techniques For Storytelling With Marc Fennell
What does is take to be a good interviewer? How do you capture content in order to create a story that will take your audience on a journey - and keep them with you until the end? As a content creator and storyteller, these are questions I search to answer as I work to continually improve my interview techniques.  Sitting down at Hybrid World Adelaide with Marc Fennell, renowned Australian radio, tv and podcast interviewer and presenter was therefore a huge honour (and also slightly intimidating!) As the anchor of SBS VICELAND's news show The Feed, Marc has interviewed high profile people from Al Gore to Tom Cruise. Marc also created and presents ABC Radio National's award-winning podcast Download This Show, so he has a wealth of experience and knowledge to share on the topics of interview techniques and storytelling.  In today's episode of Be The Drop, Marc talks about how to take people on a journey through storytelling, why story is critical to all forms of communication, especially in today's digital world plus he shares some top tips to improve your interview techniques.  -- Want more?  Join our FREE Facebook Group where we provide tools and resources to help you supercharge your digital storytelling content. -- The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! Want more business tips and brand storytelling tricks, or how to's to help you do your job? We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
How To Grow And Stay Faithful To Your Brand with RackaRacka
With much laughter involved, I sit down with twins Michael and Danny Philippou, the dynamic duo behind YouTube channel RackaRacka . With over 3.7 Million subscribers and collective video views of close to 500 Million, these 24 year old twin brothers have developed a winning formula. Danny and Michael talk about learning by making mistakes, discuss their first feature film, and reveal why they recently turned down a quarter of a million dollars... To access the weekly podcast episodes as they are released: SUBSCRIBE to us in iTunes here. SUBSCRIBE to us in SoundCloud here. To access the weekly podcast video as they are released - SUBSCRIBE to us in YouTube here. PS: REMEMBER to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  CONTACT US at podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
How To Communicate Complex Climate Issues with Seb Henbest
Love it or hate it, climate change is a topic of considerable debate and Seb Henbest, Head of EMEA at Bloomberg NEF, is well informed on the topic, as he tracks policy making, rapid change and new technology relating to renewable energy. Dealing with considerable amounts of data and scientific research that relates to renewables, his challenge is translating it all into information that helps people to make decisions. When your community is as diverse as 'everyone that uses energy', and in a time when the ideological debate around climate change has voters divided, how do you get people to stop and listen? In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Seb talks about how to tackle communication for complex and long term issues, how to take into account differnt opions and reveals why social media doesn't always add value... To access the weekly podcast episodes as they are released: SUBSCRIBE to us in iTunes here. SUBSCRIBE to us in SoundCloud here. To access the weekly podcast video as they are released - SUBSCRIBE to us in YouTube here. PS: REMEMBER to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter  CONTACT US at podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
How To Humanise A Brand Through Storytelling With Sally Paech
Beerenberg is one of my favourite brands. An Adelaide Hills girl, I grew up with Beerenberg as local produce and their strawberry jam was always a household favourite! They have an authentic and human brand narrative, beautiful premium products, and a whole lot of heart in their family-run business. This powerful combination has seen them grow from selling strawberry jam at Adelaide's East End Markets back in the 70's to international distribution and an engaged online community of 27,000 social media followers today. For Marketing Manager Sally Paech, daughter of Grant who started the business 40 years ago, the business is almost another family member.  In today's episode of Be The Drop, Sally talks about the marketing magic of brand storytelling, shares practical examples of how to engage your staff, and recalls fond memories of how it all began...      To access the weekly podcast episodes as they are released: SUBSCRIBE to us in iTunes here. SUBSCRIBE to us in SoundCloud here. To access the weekly podcast video as they are released - SUBSCRIBE to us in YouTube here. PS: REMEMBER to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  CONTACT US at podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au

Let's Chat

Live Interactive Podcast - Pop Your Podcast Cherry Feb 19th
Podcasting is becoming an increasingly popular platform to reach a targeted, niche audience. Yet many people are unsure and don't know where to start when it comes to creating a podcast. In her first ever Adelaide Fringe show, our host, Amelia Veale, takes her audience on a 'behind the scenes' journey to discuss what's involved in recording a podcast episode. The live show was recorded to produce this episode.   In today's episode of Be The Drop, according to the Weekend Notes review, Amelia "introduces podcasts in a warm, funny and personal way that's designed to make newbies feel comfortable and understand what's involved in creating your first podcast."  --- Join me at the final show of “Pop Your Podcast Cherry An Interactive Podcasting Event” on Tuesday 26th Feb at The Jade. Tickets are only $20 each and are available via the Fringe website - click here to book your ticket today. I would love to see you there! --- Want more? Join our FREE Facebook Group where we provide tools and resources to help you supercharge your digital storytelling content. The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Together We Can Break The Cycle of Homelessness - CEO Sleepout
The overnight temperature dropped to 5 degrees on Thursday 29th June. The air was cold and hung damp around me as I tried to find comfort lying on wet grass, a piece of cardboard underneath me, and one above me. I scrunched deeper into my sleeping bag seeking warmth but the overwhelming feeling was one of being wrapped in icy fingers of cold. For me, this was one night of cold and discomfort, for over 105,000 Australians, this is an experience that they face every night. Night after night.  Understanding the power of first hand experience, Vinnies created the CEO Sleepout. The event brings together influential business men and women to raise not only funds but also awareness of the challenges facing those affected by homelessness.  To help spread this message, for today's episode of Be The Drop, I interviewed a number of CEOs whilst participating in the event. We discuss what motivates them to give back, why it's important and we also look at what it means to be a part of something bigger than yourself...
LIVE from the 2018 Adelaide Podcast Festival
This week’s episode was recorded LIVE at the Adelaide Podcast Festival. Now in its second year, the festival is getting bigger and better. I was thrilled to again participate in a LIVE podcast recording at the Festival and was joined by the rambunctious Steve Davis of The Adelaide Show podcast. A big shout out to the awesome live audience for their support and for sharing their hilarious poo stories with us (you’ll need to listen to find out what I’m talking about) I also have a quick chat with the event organisers Liam + Andy from the Auscast Network as well Andrew + James from Rooster Radio Podcast about why the podcast festival is an important event for both podcasters and fans alike. In today's episode of Be The Drop, Steve and I discuss the current state of communication and look at why audio is such a powerful marketing channel. We review Facebook's recent algorithm change and discuss how traditional media is merging with new media in current communications. The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! Want more business storytelling tips and tricks, or how to's to help you do your job? We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here. SUBSCRIBE to the Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here (Android users can access free via 'Podcast Addict'). SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
A Podcast Within A Podcast with The Adelaide Show
When two shows come together to record a podcast within a podcast, things can get pretty interesting. Particularly when those shows are Be The Drop and The Adelaide Show. Having both participated in the Adelaide Podcast Festival back in March, it was only a matter of time before our shared love of hot cross buns and podcasting brought us together once more for this very special interview.  The Adelaide Show is a weekly podcast that was originally named Another Boring Thursday Night In Adelaide as a provocative challenge to people who lazily labelled Adelaide as boring! Covering everything from science to business and sport, the common thread for the cohort of persistent listeners is that they "over-index with their engagement with the community at large," says Steve. Hyper-engagement is in their DNA; they're out and about at night, meeting people and hearing their stories. And it's this human contact element to which we kept returning throughout our interview.    In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Steve, Nigel and I get philosophical and creative. We talk about the modern technological world and what it means to be human, we explore connection by doing a spontaneous slam poetry jam (in our Facebook videos), and we delve into technology changes that provide audiences with the ability to curate the media they engage with... To access the weekly podcast episodes as they are released: SUBSCRIBE to us in iTunes here. SUBSCRIBE to us in SoundCloud here. To access the weekly podcast video as they are released - SUBSCRIBE to us in YouTube here. PS: REMEMBER to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  CONTACT US at podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au

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