The Earful Tower is a weekly podcast all about Paris, hosted by Australian expat Oliver Gee. With a huge variety of guests - from cooks and comedians to TV hosts and tour guides - this show will transport you to the City of Lights and make you feel like you've met the characters that make it shine.
4. Paris On Air: The Audio Experience.
Here's chapter four of my 2020 memoir, Paris On Air.
Welcome to the audio experience.
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3. Paris On Air: The Audio Experience.
Here's chapter three of my 2020 memoir, Paris On Air. Welcome to the audio experience.
2. Paris On Air: The Audio Experience.
Here's chapter two of my 2020 memoir, Paris On Air. Welcome to the audio experience.
1. Paris On Air: The Audio Experience.
Here's chapter one of my 2020 memoir, Paris On Air. Welcome to the audio experience.
Pregnant in Paris: five things we learned
For the season finale, my special guest is a very pregnant, and very lovely Lina. We give you the inside scoop on the ins and outs of being pregnant in Paris (in a pandemic).
A visit to a very old Paris pharmacy (before it disappears)
This week I chat with Gérard Chavaroc, who runs the 1900s pharmacy on avenue de la Bourdonnais.
We talk about how get got it, what's inside, and what will happen to it when he soon retires.
Absolutely a must listen! Lots of humor and great conversations with people from all walks of life. Can’t wait to get back to Paris!
One of my go to podcasts! I love Oliver’s curiosity, enthusiasm, humor, and willingness to take risks that I might not - like climbing on Paris rooftops and sneaking into courtyards. His book, Paris On Air, was similarly entertaining a ash’s informative. Finally, as a Francophile who daydreams of future trips, I always enjoy learning more about Paris and the rest of France. Enjoy!
“Exotic”? South Korean kindergarten classroom reading Kylie the Crocodile book.
I used to be able enjoy this show... it brought me hope and fantasy to France... until in the newest episode the host used the word “exotic” to describe the picture of an English teacher teaching in South Korean kindergarten classroom. I find it very offensive to describe Asian countries/ppl as exotic... this term is nowadays racially offensive due to the historical reasons of colonialism....maybe you guys won’t find it offensive (white folks), but yes, from an Asian’s ears, it is. (This is micro aggression, even unintentionally)