Australians making a mark in France (and pictures from the live show)

Hello everyone!

Today is a very special episode of the Earful Tower! This is a recording from my talk show at the magnificent Australian Ambassador’s Residence in Paris in front of 100 people.

The talk show begins!

The subject: Australians making their mark in Paris.

The guests (in order): His Excellency Brendan Berne, presenter Ruby Boukabou, author John Baxter, and Moulin Rouge Dancer Amanda Chapman. That’s all of us in the picture at the top. All Australians!

The ambassador in the hot seat.

Speaking of pictures, here’s a link to the official photos from the evening. Thanks to Paris with Elle and Am for taking the pics (why not book them for your next Paris photoshoot?).

I took the audio from the talk show and turned it into podcast episode and you can hear it by clicking play below (or find it on your favourite podcast player).

If you’re more of a visual person, you can watch the replay from the event here on YouTube. That way you’ll enjoy the visual little magic trick from the end of the show 😉

Here are a few more pics from the evening. You can click on them to make them bigger.

Planning this event was like planning a wedding. And so many people came together to make it possible, so a quick word of thanks to the following:

Thanks to KB cafe (and their new Back in Black cafe) for the catering, to Paname Brewing Company for the beer, Slim and the Beast for the live music, and Paris with Elle and Am for the photographs. And a huge thanks to the embassy for letting a podcaster like me host an event like this!

And lastly, if you want to be in the crowd for future events like this, support The Earful on Patreon here. Members also get access to bonus podcasts, including a behind-the-scenes look at this very embassy event. More info here.

If you want to learn French with Camille’s method, find the French Today audiobooks here.

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