In this episode of Gone Workabout, practical philosopher Paul Baker shares some of the highlights of his life to date, spanning Ceramics at Eton, to attempting to teach Richard Branson to fly, to the Alexander technique and beyond.
Paul has a m
Music executive, entreprenuer and humanitarian Inma Grass provides Gone Workabout with a window into a music industry that has changed so much since the advent of downloading, iTunes and now Spotify.
Through sharing her story spanning southern
Recorded on location in beautiful Portugal, this episode of Gone Workabout features Permaculture expert Peppi Gauci. Peppi shares his story starting in Malta as a teen with wanderlust, to Australia and finally to Portugal.
He shares most import
Adam from Give Kefir shares a tale of global wanderings, packing up and living in a motorhome, thoughts on Consumerism and most importantly, how he and his family found themselves giving away Kefir in Siem Reap Cambodia.
The pre-Covid tale stre
Continuing the life during lockdown series, Podiatrist and Small business owner Susan Kingi of Aotearoa (New Zealand) shares just what made the Kiwi response to Covid-19 so remarkable. Specifically, the way "Team Jacinda" communicated, what the
In a life during lockdown episode, Jonathan Goodwin describes growing up in London, moving to France, the origins of RnB and of course, the English experience of lock down.
Jonathan's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/j
Continuing the life during lockdown series, this Gone Workabout episode features Matt and Karla Bailey from Must Do Canada. They share the Canadian experience and why they are pretty happy with how their Government have handled the pandemic. Ho
In the third in the Gone Workabout life during lockdown series, Actress, Comedian and Writer Marsha of Roma gives us an insight into the biggest covid-19 story of all - the Italian experience. From the progression of the virus south to the capi
The second installment of the Gone Workabout life during lockdown series, with Travel Agent, ethical traveller and very Australian Cass Newbold of Melbourne. We cover a lot in this conversation but focus on what life has been like during the pa
The first in a Gone Workabout life during lock down series. Sonia Glez gives the España perspective on the pandemic, on lessons learned and on how the world is changing.
Sonia is a Dentist based in the UK, is originally from Madrid Spain and wa
This episode of Gone Workabout could not be more relevant. Yet when I sat with Chhika Ob just 3 months ago, on top of the Royal Hotel in Battambang Cambodia I don't think either of us could have imagined what was coming. The shock, isolation, f
Gone Workabout interviews Tech entrepreneur Fernando Alamillo, who discusses growing up in Madrid, the importance of saving, how to land an internship gig in silicon valley, how to move to the UK and internet dating.
This episode of Gone Workabout takes a healthy dose of Scotland, mixes it with some exotic West Indian roots, adds a dash of Southern Italy, some time in England, playing international Rugby League, garnishes with a Law degree and finishes gues
What happened to the lean, healthy and balanced humans that walked the plains of Africa? Why do we now spend so much time and effort trying to get balanced? And most of all, could we just simply walk it all off?
This episode of Gone Workabout f
Two young migrants once met in a London Laundromat and thus begins Mariam Crichton's fascinating tale. This episode of Gone Workabout traces her life growing up in a Housing estate through to CEO and plenty along the way.
Mariam is an energetic
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