I listened to a 'Mantz and Mitchell' Apple Podcast episode Dr. Beitman was on in early September where Dr. Beitman seems surprised to hear that the podcast hosts are no longer based in Seattleand are now based inFlorida.
I listened to this September 26th interview Wendy had with Dr. Bernie Beitman about coincidences and couldn't help thinking about my last post about listening to Bernie on a You Tube uploaded on the 23rd of September -
I thought I would do an experiment to see if a uniquely numbered Australian $5 dollar notewill come back to me in some future transaction by releasing it into a fast-food restaurant near the main Australian highway, theM1.
I would say I would have Buckley's chanceseeing it again, but stranger things have happened.
It reminds me of the long running BBC radio show 'Desert Island Discs' where the host asks a famous guest which 5 records they would like to have with them if stranded on a desert island ... and presumably with access to a record player connected to a power source -
Except 'Take 5'is about asking musos (or people in the music industry) what their top 5 songs are from other musos under certain circumstances throughout their own life history.
"And it's different to your average 'just pick your five favourite songs' idea because every week it's a different theme, for example 'renewal' or 'heartbreak anthems', so that every week we have a different look into someone's life.
"People who I've done Take 5 with two or three times, like Paul Kelly, each time you give them a different theme, you're getting a different insight into their life," she says."
I cherry picked all of the 'Take 5' podcast episodes on the Apple Podcasts 'Take 5' site that I wanted to listen to from singers and people in the industry I have listened to, and sometimes have personally met, over the years of my own life.