Today on the podcast, fellow podcaster Oliver Gee of The Earful Tower joins me to talk about his newly released memoir Paris On Air (shop here on Bookshop.org) as well as living in Paris during France’s 59 days of confinement. I had the opportunity to speak with him the day after the lockdown regulations were loosened, and he shared what his and his wife Lina’s experience had been and what the first thing they did was on May 11th.
The primary focus of our discussion is his new book. Tune in to our conversation to discover the behind-the-scenes of how his acclaimed podcast (recently recommended in The New York Times for the top 13 podcasts to listen to for traveling abroad while staying at home) came about, evolved and, in a short amount of time, became his full-time and one and only job in the City of Light. As well, if you enjoy listening to your books, Oliver explains how his book is a unique Audio Experience that welcomes the people he writes about in his book into the studio to share their voice for their part.
Follow Oliver on Instagram (@theearfultower), and visit his blog here (learn more about his virtual book tour as well).
~Order your own copy of Paris On Air here: Amazon, Bookshop.org
~Listen to my first interview with Oliver, episode #222 in August 2018.
- a new series on HBO Max (premiering May 27th), starring Anna Kendrick
- Learn more about HBO Max here.
- Listen to Anna Kendrick on NPR
- Anna Kendrick shares her adherence to a no-nudity clause in her new series
- Check out the trailer below
- listen to episode #282 to discover why the series was chosen for today’s episode.
3 thoughts on “282: Author of Paris On Air and Podcaster, Oliver Gee”
I love the Earful Tower podcast! I follow both Oliver and Lina on Instagram and have a copy of his book, which I loved. So glad you featured him.
So loved listening to this podcast <3
One travel suggestion for you, if you have a hankering for a little bit of France but can't make the big trip, visit Vieux Quebec City !! It's so beautiful & very much a little bit of France in North America 🙂
If you do go there, be sure to take the ferry to Levi @ sunset – absolutely gorgeous !
It is on my list! Thank you for the recommendation. :).