Roman Anton Podcast


Chris King visits the studio for this Roman Anton Podcast. Australian born, Chris has spent a lifetime engaged in developing his ideas and thoughts on sustainability and now teaches and advises through his own Evolve Company Limited, throughout Asia South and around the world. Chris is also a world-class photographer and videographer and his collection also spans the globe. In this podcast Chris and Roman exchange ideas and, after Chris walks through some of his photo portfolio, they eventually end up Central Bangkok’s fascinating new Benjakitti Wetland Park, which sits on the old Tobacco Authority Land with and entrance on Ratchadaphisek Road.

-Deron Wagner

The Roman Anton Podcast welcomes Deron Wagner to the studio. Deron is the Founder of Morpheus Trading Group, where he currently focuses on swing trading cryptocurrencies and stocks. Deron is also an accomplished speaker and author on stock and crypto topics, with several novels and countless appearances on talk shows and elsewhere. Roman and Deron go through Deron’s evolution from early times in day trading to his current work in crypto. In the Podcast, Deron provides an overview of cryptocurrencies recent movement in the markets and demonstrates his considerable analytical abilities. Roman, Deron and the team then hit the road to visit the Sao Chingcha, or the Giant Swing in the Phra Nakhon district of Bangkok.

-Tom Crowley

The Roman Anton Podcast welcomes Tom Crowley to the podcast studio. Tom is a billiard aficionado, a war veteran, a former company senior executive and a writer. In his visit, Tom discusses his recent release “Mercy’s Heroes”, a compelling overview of his time at the Mercy Centre in central Bangkok and of his memories of life during wartime. Tom also discusses his many other written works including his thrilling Matt Chance trilogy and his gripping biography “Shrapnel Wounds.” In the podcast studio, Tom reads a heartbreaking passage on the loss of a friend. The Roman Anton team and Tom and his wife then head to the Mercy Centre, where they look at the grounds and attend a memorial service for one of Tom’s fallen volunteer comrades. Tom is that rare breed of person that has well-served his country, the communities in which he lives and the literary community in which he occupies a well deserved position. 

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