As our world changes, our idea of self preservation has to change with it. We’ve got stories of different ways we try to keep existing.
‘Hello whoever you are’ by Shelby Traynor
In 1995, Greg Wilkinson wrote a letter to the future and buried it in a wall. At the time of writing, Paul Keating was Prime Minister and the internet was just getting started. Greg expected the letter to stay hidden for 60 years. He could not have predicted how the letter would resurface.
Music: ‘Golden Hours’ by Brian Eno, ‘Sad Marimba Planet’ by Lee Rosevere, ‘How I Used To See The Stars’ by Lee Rosevere, ‘A Storm At Eilean More’ by Jon Luc Hefferman
Supervising Producers: Laura Brierley Newton and Selena Shannon
‘Last resort’ by Tanya Rae
When Tanya Rae was in her late teens, she developed an eating disorder. As she was looking for ways to address it, one of the things that she tried was hypnotherapy.
Music: ‘Silent Flock’ by Blue Dot Sessions, ‘Cold Feet’ by Needledrop and EMI Production
Supervising Producer: Selena Shannon with help from Tegan Nicholls
If you are experiencing disordered eating and would like to speak to someone, please contact the Butterfly Foundation.
Thanks to Jordan Fennell for interviewing Steph Pittard about body building at the top of the episode.
The article about how women of Cape Town, South Africa are managing current water shortages can be found here.
All The Best credits:
Executive Producer: Allison Chan
Victorian State Coordinator: Bec Fary
Host: Samantha Groth
Episode Compiler: Tegan Nicholls
SYN production manager: Jordan Fennell
Community Coordinator: Chloe Gillespie
Image: Unsplash CC: Alvaro Serrano
Music: ‘Wound’ by Jahzaar