Highlights

RADIO COMMISSIONS

  • Two Episodes of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians’ educational Pomegranate Health Podcast, focusing on ‘transitions’: to retirement and to fellowship.
  • The 2 Quixotes educational podcast, commissioned by the Sydney Instituto Cervantes, on the 400th anniversary of Cervantes death.

NARRATIVE RADIO

NARRATIVE RADIO & FICTION

  • How to Replace Your Piano (fiction. a music teacher’s instruments start to disappear, one by one) Listen>> (starts 14:30)
  • Imposter Syndrome (fiction. two women steal their dead friend’s Facebook account to sneak into parties) Listen>> (starts 18:18)
  • Probably Not a Scorpion (non-fiction narrative. what is not inside your jacket right now) from Urban Jungle 18/02/2012 Listen>> (starts at 21:34)

NOT WHAT YOU THINK

  • Listen to four seasons of my FBi Radio podcast about the seemingly small things that fly under the radar, Not What You Think.

NON FICTION RADIO

  • Three Men and Two Boxes (checking out the tradition of hope chests, as practised by blokes) from Glory Box. 05/10/2013 Listen>> (starts 0:28)
  • Buying Eggs in a Foreign Language (the perils asking for eggs) from Outsiders 20/08/2011 Listen>> (starts at 1:58)
  • Sea Hitchhiker (how to hitchhike across an ocean.) from Coast to Coast 23/09/12 Listen>> (starts at 12:30)

FEATURE ARTICLES

  • History is About the Past, That’s Kind of the Point (response to Tobias Stone’s end of the world article, Medium’s most popular article of 2016) Read>>
  • You Too Can Play With DNA, at New York’s Amateur-Friendly Biolab (interview with tissue engineer Nina Tandon) Read>>
  •  The Eames Explainer: How One Family Left a Legacy on Furniture, Film And Steve Jobs (including an interview with Eames Demetrios)  Read>>
  • The Lifted Brow Goes Subcompact on Your Ass (the future of publishing, for a small literary journal) Read>>
  • Borgen: The Best TV Show You’ve Never Heard Of (some Danish TV you should really get into) Read>>
  • How to Get Stuff Printed in Sydney (small and unsual Sydney print shops) Read >>

PRINT INTERVIEWS

  • Concrete Playground Spends 18 Minutes With Curator of TED, Chris Anderson Read>>
  • Concrete Playground Meets the Oxford Street Design Store (what’s it like setting up an activated city space)  Read>>
  • Concrete Playground Meets Photographer Dean Sewell (‘culture jamming’ billboards and boats)  Read>

REVIEWS

  • Del Kathryn Barton: pressure to the need (art) Read>>
  • We Have a Pope (film) Read>>
  • A Tiny Chorus (comedy) Read>>

ART AND EVENTS

  • Morte (event preview) Read>>
  • A Dream of Camille Serisier (artist text) Read>>
  • Francesca Martinez (event preview) Read>

 

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