Helen Piddock-Jones

In this fascinating podcast I learn about all the different types of jobs that Helen has had.

She encourages teenagers to go for every opportunity you have and it is great to hear about he career which has gone from being a barrister to being on radio, TV including becoming a cult character on children’s TV.

Helen’s approach to life has been inspiring. She is the type of person who makes things happen. She has had such a varied life and I really enjoyed our conversation.

Here’s the link to our podcast:

https://anchor.fm/rose-courteen/episodes/Helen-Piddock-Jones-e33o59

 

Introduction to “Talking Teenage Life”

Thanks for joining me!

So we are now up and running and I’m really excited. I’ve managed to get some fairly basic podcasting equipment together and I’m learning the ropes with editing. I’ve got a pair of headphones, a couple of mics, a mixer and I’ve downloaded some software to make the podcast happen.

What could possibly go wrong!

Most importantly, I’ve found some guests willing to talk to me about their teenage years.

And what a fascinating group I’ve found to be in my first, few podcasts.

I’ve been talking to a lady who became the first ever female President of the Lawn Tennis Association. She was on court to present Andy Murray with his Wimbledon trophy!

Then I met the lady who started out as a barrister and ended up on children’s TV. She became famous as Tiswas’s phantom flan flinger – I know – I’ve never heard of it either but my parents were hugely impressed that I’d interviewed her!

Throw in an interview with a radio commentator who has already covered over 1,000 games for his favourite team, plus a girl in her twenties who is about to head off on an African adventure for a year, and you can see why I’m excited to share these stories.

So here is my introductory podcast that will get you into the feel of what they are all about. Click on the link below to download the introductory podcast:

https://anchor.fm/rose-courteen/episodes/Introductory-Episode-e39uhn/a-aas7od

You will find all my podcasts as a blog on my website, but better than that why not subscribe through your normal podcast provider.

I’d love to hear you feedback and ideas too by the way.

Hope you enjoy listening to my guests and I “talking teenage life!”

Bye

Rose