Johnnie Moore

The Parky of Podcasting…

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

… is the job Tony Goodson is after. (Parky=Michael Parkinson, celebrated UK talk-show host).

He’s decided to based his podcasts around interviews with interesting people but to begin with he had to make do with me. He also had to make do with a rather poor connection largely because of teething problems I had with my USB headset, since resolved.

Anyway, he has now posted the result. Listen at your peril.

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