Meet the Parents podcast: What we talked about in September

After our summer break, the Meet the Parents podcast team returned in September with a focus on parents who have found success in the toy industry.

Here’s a brief overview of the month’s four episodes, in which we covered everything from favourite toys to bloggers raising awareness and money for charities.

Episode 26: Fun and games

Amie and I talk about our kids’ favourite toys, while I speak to Gillian Logan about her Skinny Sketcher range of children’s drawing kits and the forthcoming Inventors Workshop for budding toymakers.

Episode 26: Fun and games

Episode 27: Guys and dolls

It’s a dads’ night in as Dave, Mark and I share what we’ve been up to during the summer holidays. I talk to Frances Cain about her award-winning range of dolls and accessories, A Girl For All Time.

Episode 27: Guys and dolls

Episode 28: Going bananas

Vicky and I chat about Rewind Festival and the latest chapter in her conception journey. I talk to Rena Nathanson following the tenth anniversary of her multi-million selling word game Bananagrams.

Episode 28: Going bananas

Episode 29: Good causes

Amie, Emma (Island Living 365) and I talk about the Bloggers For Refugees and Blogger Beating Cancer campaigns, and I report back from the Inventors Workshop for toy and game start-ups.

Episode 29: Good causes

You can catch up with the latest Meet the Parents podcast episodes and show notes over on our website at meettheparentspodcast.com. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Android or via Spreaker or our RSS feed.

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