#1209 Modern Warefare

This week we’re locked and loaded as we talk Modern Warfare. We head to Japan for the 65th Anniversary of Hiroshima, stop over in Iraq to talk about conflict photography, head behind the Iron Curtain to compete in a swimming race and visit your local gym to enter a real life Fight Club.

Hiroshima
Written and read by Briohny Doyle
Original music by Tim Jenkins
Recorded at Joy FM by NAME
Sound supervision by Que Minh Luu
Produced by Jesse Cox

Interview with Sebastian Meyer
Produced by Jesse Cox with thanks to Ampersand Magazine’s Alice Gauge

Fight Club
Produced by Michael Safi and Julian Chung
Supervising Producer, Giordana Caputo

Presenter: Eliza Sarlos
Features Executive Producer: Jesse Cox
Executive Producers: Jesse Cox, Brigitte Dagg, Eliza Sarlos 

 

#1208 Reinvention

This week on All the Best it’s all about reinventing the wheel. We bring you stories about reinventing yourself for online dating, we travel to Vanuatu and back and hear a fictional story about dying birds who get turned into… robots!

My Mum Dating
Produced by Brigitte Dagg

The Last Ones
Written and read by Sonja Dechian.
Origina composition and sound Design by Shane Choi
Recorded at 3RRR by

The Imaki Project
Produced by Carly Kenneally
Produced as part of Radio Pro
Radio Pro mentor: Brigitte Dagg

Presenter: Eliza Sarlos
Features Executive Producer: Jesse Cox
Technical Producer: Damian Enemark
Executive Producers: Jesse Cox, Brigitte Dagg, Eliza Sarlos 

Picture credit: Peter Cagnacci


#1207 The Block (repeat)

On this week’s show we re-played you one of our favourite episodes to date – ‘The Block’.

The Block in Redfern has a well-documented history of drugs, violence, and riots. Perhaps you’ve never heard otherwise. Maybe you’ve avoided knowing much about it at all, having never stepped foot on Eveleigh Street and it’s surrounds.

On All The Best, you’ll walk the streets of this community. Filled with stories of family and passing travellers, of death, loss of faith and redemption – we take you right into the heart of Redfern, to one of Australia’s most talked about addresses.

Check out a photo essay on The Block by Lauren Carrol-Harris at our Facebook page.

Introduction
Produced by Kath Lim

Yvonne Phillips
Produced by Madeleine James

Shane and Lionel
Produced by Kath Lim

Redfern Gym
Produced by Jesse Cox

St Vincent De Paul Catholic Church
by Gina McKeon

Mick Mundine
Produced by Jesse Cox

Presenter: Eliza Sarlos
Supervising Producer Gina McKeon
Features Executive Producer: Jesse Cox
Technical Producers: Antonia Gauci & Damian Enemark (repeat)
Executive Producers: Jesse Cox, Brigitte Dagg, Eliza Sarlos 


#1206 Paper Radio Presents

On this week’s show we hand over to our biggest radio crushes, Paper Radio. Hear stories from Benjamin Law, Tom Cho and Elizabeth Reale.  More from Paper Radio: http://www.paperradio.net/

Me and Run Like A Dream 
Written by Elizabeth Reale. Voiced by Prudence Smith, Ange Arabatzis, Jo Case, Tamara Zimet. Sound design by Jon Tjhia.

Sound Story – Wiluna Remote Community School 
Produced by Jon Tjhia, Jessie Borelle and the Wiluna Remote Community School as a part of the Awesome Arts Creative Challenge 2009

Tone Deaf 
Written by Benjamin Law. Voiced by Benjamin Law. Sound design by Jon Tjhia.
Tone Deaf is an extract from Benjamin Law’s book The Family Law, published by Black Inc.

The Sound of Music 
Written by Tom Cho. Voiced by Tom Cho. Sound design by Jon Tjhia.
The Sound of Music is taken from Tom Cho’s book Look Who’s Morphing, published by Giramondo.

Co-host: Jon Tjhia (Co-Executive Producer, Paper Radio) & Eliza Sarlos
Executive Producers: Jesse Cox, Brigitte Dagg, Eliza Sarlos

#1205 A Bedtime Story

Snuggle up to your pillow and settle in to snooze as we read you A Bedtime Story. We bring you stories delivered via intercontinental cassettes, take a magical taxi ride and get a bunch of 11 y.o’s to write us a bedtime story.

Doll Hospital
Produced by Eliza Sarlos

Hairyman
Story told by Kerry Toomey
Produced by Jesse Cox

Granny
Produced by Madeline James

Magic Taxi
Written and read by Miles O’Neil
Original composition and sound design by Jai Pyne
Produced by Jesse Cox

5J’s Bedtime Story
Written by Parramatta Public School
Read by Charlie Garbour
Sound design by Adam Zwi
Produced by Jesse Cox with Rohen Sood

Presenter: Eliza Sarlos
Features Executive Producer: Jesse Cox
Technical Producer: Damian Enemark
Executive Producers: Jesse Cox, Brigitte Dagg, Eliza Sarlos