Okay, so not having a TV does have its drawbacks. Sometimes, when you live on your own and you’re doing your ironing or cooking a meal and National Radio is playing music from the ’50s again, you just feel the need to listen to or watch something. I would guess most people flick the TV on in that moment.
I haven’t given myself that option. And while I’m trying not to use the word “lonely”, I was certainly feeling pensive this evening.
Enough to open up the new iTunes and search the podcasts for something local. I typed “New Zealand” and out popped the internet’s first podcast radio drama: Claybourne. It met my needs nicely and planted a few seeds of ideas for my Drama class this year…
Go the internet and go New Zealand on Air!