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10 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
2021 E6 Help Yoshi Home Update
Naomi Plant shares an update with host Robert Parish about her GoFundMe project called "Help Yoshi Home." Visit gofundme.com search: "Help Yoshi Visit Home."
21 minutes | Apr 24, 2021
2021 E5 Harvard Trauma Healers
Robert Parish talks with Dr. Michelle Joseph and Dr. Kee B. Park of Harvard Medical School's Program in Global Surgery and Social Change about the "silent epidemic" of orthopedic trauma in low resource countries.
13 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
2021: E4 Help Yoshi Home
Robert Parish and Naomi Plant discuss Naomi's dream of helping a Japanese man with Cerebral Palsy return to his homeland after 64 years.
30 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
2021: E3 In the Sea, In the Sea, In the Beautiful Sea
Robert Parish and Naomi Plant discuss one of Naomi's favorite things: "sea swimming." Because Naomi's from Ireland, and currently lives in Vancouver, British Columbia -- she's a hearty soul and does not shy away from frigid salt water. In fact, she swims in it regularly.
33 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
2021: E2 Luck of the Irish
Robert Parish talks with his "cousin," Irish citizen Naomi Plant, about why St. Patrick's day is such a big deal in America.
22 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
2021: E1 Festooning Plant
Our contributing Irish Sage, Naomi Plant, looks back on 2020 without her rose-colored glasses. The Best. The Worst. "Queer Eye." Amy Blake and her fascination with Lizzo meditating on Instagram. Recorded 12.22.2020.
46 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
2020: E21 Tami Neilson Interview, Part Deux
Part two of Robert Parish's conversation with New Zealand Singer/Songwriter Tami Neilson. Subject matter explored: Judy Garland, how Tami feels about her voice, artistic creativity in New Zealand, and Tami's connection to the Acorn TV series, "Brokenwood Mysteries."
28 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
2020: E20 Tami Neilson Dynamic Dynamite
Part 1 of Robert Parish's Zoom conversation with the extraordinary New Zealand Singer/Songwriter, Tami Neilson. Tami talks about COVID, her return to performing live and how she began her career as a performer.
27 minutes | Jul 10, 2020
2020: E19 Sit, Listen & Learn
Robert Parish talks with Singer/Songwriter/Maestro/Teacher/Activist, Dani Tanzella, about the current state of the world. In other words -- a lot of topics are discussed. Features Dani's haunting "protest" song, "This is My Love."
44 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
2020: E18 What it Is and What it Isn't
Playwright and Activist, Anya Pearson, talks with Robert Parish about Juneteenth, racial injustice, the current state of affairs in Oregon and beyond, and reads her very powerful poem, "What it Is and What it Isn't."
58 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
2020: E17 Be The Water
Robert Parish talks with Pacific NW Blues Legend, Norman Sylvester, about Juneteenth, the George Floyd murder and the history of American racial injustice. Originally broadcast on KBOO-FM, Portland, OR, Friday, June 19, 2020. Thank you Norman. Thank you KBOO.
25 minutes | May 22, 2020
2020 E: 16 Hidden Valley Wisdom
Robert Parish and guest Joni Whitmore discuss Covid-19, extreme anxiety and potentiality for Traumatic Stress Induced Heart Attacks and Takotsubo Syndrome. Recorded 4.10.20. Posted 5.22.20, three days before George Floyd's murder.
26 minutes | May 6, 2020
2020: E15 Hamster Wheel of Panic
Robert Parish continues his 2020: E3 conversation with Naomi Plant, an Irish expat, who's riding out COVID-19 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Their discussion revolves around the global pandemic, Irish Wake Tables, Donald Trump and a very distracting podcast (not this one).
19 minutes | Apr 29, 2020
2020: E14 Not the End of the World
Robert Parish talks with Portland Singer/Songwriter/Poet/Cartoonist, etc., Stephanie Strange about how she's keeping her wits about her during the pandemic. She also sings and recites poetry.
36 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
2020: E13 Earth Day 2020
In a wide-ranging interview, Robert Parish talks with anthropologist Bonnie Baker about Earth Day, COVID-19, and self-care during this time of uncertainty.
22 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
2020: E12 The Love Zone
Robert Parish and Shelly Rudolph talk about her new album, the weather, planting golden beets, James Brown, muffled extroversion, and the challenges professional musicians face during a global pandemic.
24 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
2020: E11 Portland Extra Weird
Robert Parish talks with Terry Currier about the impact of COVID-19 on Music Millennium, the Waterfront Blues Festival, live music, and how the virus is hurting the Portland music community. He also shares his "number 1 record of the year."
27 minutes | Apr 10, 2020
2020: E10 Back Porch Blues
Robert Parish and Norman Sylvester focus on the impact of COVID-19 on the Portland, OR music community. They also talk about Norman's guitars and his grandma baking fresh biscuits from scratch while singing gospel songs.
26 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
E9: 2020 The Saber Toothed Tiger
Robert Parish talks with yogini, opera singer, and music teacher Rebecca Stuhlbarg about the importance of mindfulness practices during this uncertain time in world history.
27 minutes | Apr 6, 2020
2020: E8 Be a Boat Captain
Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak, a nationally-known expert in early childhood special education, talks with Robert Parish about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the present, and future of education. Prekteachandplay.com
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