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PodcastOne serves up something new and Pyne Time is back for 2021

Thursday 03 December, 2020

Former Australian Defence Minister Christopher Pyne will launch the second season of Pyne Time in January 2021.
Pyne Time’s first season saw interviews from Prime Ministers, political journalists, business leaders and comedians with the likes of current Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, The Project's Waleed Aly and comedian Peter Helliar.
The second season will feature guests including Leader of the Australian Labor Party Anthony Albanese, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, political journalist Julia Baird and political strategist to Scott Morrison and the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Sir Lynton Crosby.
Pyne said, “I'm looking forward to releasing the second season of Pyne Time soon. I’m going to cast a spell over my super interesting guests and get them to reveal a little of themselves that no one knew before. Just like the first season! It's just the thing to liven up your summer. So listen out for Pyne Time - it's coming soon!”
SCA Head of Podcasting - PodcastOne Australia, Grant Tothill, said: "Christopher has a very unique approach to his interviews that always has his guests revealing more than they would like… it’s the “Pyne effect” that makes Pyne Time such a fascinating listen."
PodcastOne Australia has also launched a new podcast for its 2021 linup, Cooking with Richo.
Hosted by one of Australia’s leading chefs, Adrian ‘Richo’ Richardson (pictured right), listeners are invited to grab some ingredients, jump into their kitchen and cook a dish in real-time with the audio guidance.
Richo believes that an audio masterclass is the best way to teach people the fundamental skills of cooking and start them on their journey to cooking as well as a professional chef.
"I’m really excited to be able to put together a podcast that shares all of my secrets, tips and tricks to cooking the most amazing dishes. In a personal way such as podcasting, I can be in the listener’s ear guiding them through the steps of mastering each cooking technique," he said.
Tothill, said: “Cookbooks, cooking videos and TV programs tend to be highly-stylised and edited, leaving out a lot of the practical techniques of what it takes to master a dish. Often its all the little tips and tricks that are the difference between success and failure in the kitchen.
"We saw an opportunity to take an audio-first approach to have Richo teach people how to cook in a new fun way.  It's a cooking master class just for listeners and the great thing is they don’t have to say, 'Yes Chef!'”




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