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By Tania Sernia
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Tania Sernia profiles the inspiring back-stories of social entrepreneurs, change makers and individuals transforming the planet from the place we have, to the place we want. What's that moment that kicks people into action? DoGoodRadio profiles those stories.
||Charlie Mgee – Fomidable Vegetable Sound System||What do permaculture principles and electo-swing ukelele have in common? Charlie Mgee! I chat to Charlie in the lush surrounds of Ceres Environment Park (surrounded by very vocal roosters) about how an ‘antique’ sprouty sweet potato was a cata||14 3 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Annie Leonard – The Story of Change Podcast||Annie Leonard (co-creator of the enormously successful The Story of Stuff) brings us her latest empowering story, The Story of Change recorded at the 2013 Sustainable Living Festival, Melbourne. She urges us to put down our credit cards and start exercisi||17 2 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dean O’Callaghan: The Good Brew Co – Beer to the rescue!||Dean O’Callaghan and the Good Brew Co are on a mission to make our beer drinking experience environmentally sustainable – one amber ale at a time. Deano says his micro-brewed beer is great for the planet, vitamin-packed, a must for vegans and promotes||4 2 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Phil Sidebottom – Green Hearts Recyclers||A professional solo classical clarinetist with an addiction to cigarettes and alcohol, Phil Sidebottom says his choices were based on those of a ‘loser’ and a PLOM (Poor Little Old Me) . Given two years to live if he didn’t change his li||8 1 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||“Who Cares?” Asked The Film. “We Do!” Social Entrepreneurs Panel Podcast||On Nov 29th Do Good Radio in collaboration with Arts In Action Social Action Film Nights was proud to present a screening of Mara Mourao’s exquisite documentary film “Who Cares?” followed by a panel of Australian social entrepreneurs featured||29 11 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Project Rockit: Rosie Thomas||Sitting on a park bench on a beach side holiday, sisters Rosie & Lucy Thomas developed an idea for a program that develops leadership in young people and tackles the issue of bullying in a positive, and empowering way – for young people BY young||27 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Special Feature: The Svend Story||20 years after being bullied, Svend looks up his high school bully and makes a call. An inspiring story of closure on the impact of bullying. This extended feature is part of the Do Good Radio Story on Project Rockit a youth led leadership and anti-bullyi||27 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||David Dixon & Chantelle Baxter: One Girl||David Dixon & Chantelle Baxter are founders of One Girl, an organisation which supports women and girls in Sierra Leone with educational scholarships, healthcare and leadership skills to empower them to live a life of their own design. Dissatis||11 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Ash Rosshandler: Karma Currency||From ad agency man to social entrepreneur, Ash Rosshandler is founder of Karma Currency a charity gift card and the CEO of Good Company a volunteer matching portal. Recipients of Karma Currency can choose to redeem their ‘karma’ with 250 organisations||1 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
Five8 My Mate
Such an inspiring story about how one person can make such a significant difference to another human being. Thank you for bring us this story. I will look forward to hearing more.
Inspiring stories and passionate people
I've listened to all three podcasts so far and loved all of the stories. All of these social entrepreneurs has such a passion about them and massive drive to change the world for the better. My hat goes off to them. I'm looking forward to the next podcast. Keep up the good work.
Congrats Do Good Radio
Such a topic most of of us tend to sweep under the table ; just the word 'prison' conjures up prejudice fear & condemnation,---and I must say those and more were my exact sentiments when I first heard the content of the program. Needless to say by the end I was touched & a little wiser & hopefully a touch more compassionate. There was a certain affinity between the presenter and speakers; a certain spontaneity in honesty and caring. Well done! Let's hear more of similar wonderful people who can rekindle our trust and faith on humanity.