World Service. December 2021

Creativity We begin with a beautiful song written by a member of ‘Playing for Change’ about the Playing for Change movement itself. ‘Playing for Change’ are musicians and dancers from all over the world who play together to raise money for music and dance schools for children in developing countries. Then an amazing little clip …

🌐 World Service #6, 2021. Facing Our Dragons

In this episode: Film Chat with Steve Parker – ‘Rosa’s Wedding’ Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, ‘Dragons’ – Late Show Stephen Colbert #PLAYATHOME How To Build UNSTOPPABLE CONFIDENCE & Start Fixing Your LIFE – Jordan Peterson ‘Seeds of Freedom’, Manu Chao, Playing for Change’ In Australia, COVID is striking back again. We are facing invisible …

🌐 World Service #5, 2021. Sponsoring Happiness

Playing for Change is a global network of professional musicians who collaborate to raise money to set up music – art – dance schools around the world for disadvantaged children and youth.In this episode we see some of the students themselves in action with their sponsoring musical heroes; as usual, singing about a vision for …

🌐 World Service #3, 2021. Special Places

In this edition: The Beach Boys classic, ‘In My Room’ by the Spooky Men’s Chorale Kids playing basketball on the street get a real surprise. One of my favourite places. Film Chat with Steve Parker reviews Oscar contender ‘The Father’. The Playing for Change band honours their inspiration, street musician Roger Ridley and performs ‘Stand By Me’ to a …

💬 Foundations of Co-

Photo: Clay Banks (Unsplash) The Landscaper’s Notebook 13 February 2021 My life’s raison d’être is shaped by my experience of radical hospitality – when someone has gone out of their way to include or empower me. The purpose of radical hospitality is to achieve outcomes that begin with ‘co-’. Co-design Cooperation Coexistence Collaboration Community Conviviality… …