We are now live on your phones and media players in the form of podcasts.
Nancy Richards, our resident bibliophile, recently sat down with a few authors for Country Life to record a couple of podcasts for your listening pleasure. The first episode is with the highly lauded performer and satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys. Nancy chats to him about his latest book The Echo of a Noise: A Memoir of Then and Now as well as the genre of memoirs.
Pick up our April issue to read the full author interview with Pieter-Dirk Uys.
Nancy also spoke to marine conservationist and filmmaker Craig Foster for our April issue. In this podcast she chats to Craig about the relationship he built with a wild octopus. Take a listen below.
How to listen on the go
You’ll find the Country Life podcast on Anchor, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Spotify, Overcast and Apple Podcasts. Whether you’re an iPhone or Android user, you will be able to find these apps in both the Google Play and App Stores. Once you have the app, search for ‘Country Life’ and you’ll be able to stream or download both episodes.
If you want to know more about how to listen to podcasts, read this.
Being freelance means turning your hand to anything – which is why if I’m asked, I answer to: writer, journalist, radio or print, stylist, podcaster, media trainer, women’s activist, speaker, secretary – and in a low key kind of way, author. I’m also founder of an organisation called Woman Zone. But if you think I can help with anything else, don’t hesitate to ask.