Another season of Juggle Jabber is coming up!
For those who missed any of the previous ones, here is a list again:
Marco Bonisimo - Football juggler, world records n life stories
Luke Burrage, fight night combat
Gregor Kiock, juggling teacher
Luca Pferdmenges, young prodigy
Matthew Tiffany, old school props & music
Stefan Sing, awareness and audience
Triolar (Liza van Brakel, Ronja Siewert, Anna Emillie Pedersen), passing girls
Jay Gilligan, teaching and directing
Davide Cattaneo, Play juggling props
Manuel Mitasch, Jonglissimo and LED props
Marianna de Sanctis, hoops and expression
11 Episodes is much more than I thought I’d ever make when I started, but I’ve only gotten more and more excited and there will be another series of Juggle Jabber in 2018. In fact, my first next interview is tomorrow!
In 2018 there will likely be less episodes, but as always I strive for the content to be better. As most of my audience seems to watch this on YouTube rather than as an audio podcast, I’ll be attempting to include more video material of the people I’m interviewing. I’ve learned a lot about audio over the last year and will soon be investing in some better microphones. But I believe most of the value comes from the interviewing and questions themselves. I started out with an attempt to make a relaxed, friendly two way conversation, but as I’ve started to interview people who I haven’t met before (like tomorrow), this becomes more of a challenge and I’m looking for a better direction to take these conversations. I’m schooling myself with online articles about the art of interviewing, but mostly I’ll have to gain experience and… feedback!
What would you like to see or hear in 2018 from Juggle Jabber? Who really needs to be interviewed? What kinds of questions interest you most? What is the one thing you wanted to know but I didn’t manage to ask it for you? Which topics have I spent too much time on in episode ‘x’?
All feedback and critique is very very welcome. Let’s record today’s jugglers and their thoughts as good as we can, to spread knowledge and inform future generations!