#1540 Oceans Apart
What does distance sound like? Today on All the Best, we’re crossing borders. We’re traversing long distances. We’re picking up signals from faraway.
Earlier this month, our Melbourne Collective hosted a listening party with stories and sounds about distance. On the show today, we’re hearing three stories from the night.
Ernesto Juan Castellanos
An excerpt from May Jasper’s soontolaunch podcast, Random Article. May speaks to Cuban author, journalist and filmmaker Ernesto Juan Castellanos about how to be a hardcore music fan under a regime that sent pop underground.
Produced by May Jasper with sound design by Bec Fary. Music: ‘Love Me Do’ by The Beatles, ‘Wish You Were Here’ by Pink Floyd, ‘Baby Let Me Take You Home’ by The Animals, ‘Revolution’ by The Beatles and ‘Revolution 1’ By The Beatles.
The Yearn to Return
Can we stay connected to the places of our past? Made Stuchbery looks at nostalgia, and the pull of memory.
Produced by Made Stuchbery. Music: ‘Dark Water’ by Podington Bear and ‘Down By The River’ by Neil Young.
Maddy Macfarlane watches and listens to a group of gannets on their seasonal shift.
Produced by Maddy Macfarlane.
Oceans Apart was produced by the All the Best Melbourne Collective: Bethany Atkinson- Quinton, Michael Brydon and Bec Fary. The music at the very start of this episode was ‘Piano Froze Beat’ by Jai Leeworthy.
Supervising Producer: Bec Fary
Features Executive Producer: Heidi Pett
State Coordinator: Bethany Atkinson-Quinton
Presenters: Pip Rasmussen and Michael Brydon