18 months ago, Erin was told she had an incurable illness. Unexpectedly, the diagnosis came as a relief.
Things are not okay. Everything seems up in the air.
Having an obscure passion can make you feel like a bit of an outsider. Until you find a tribe of people who love the thing you’re into, just as much as you do.
Our host and executive producer share an app that has been reminding them of their own mortality. Then, two stories about contempating death and grief. It’s dark, but it might be good for you.
Travelling to India alone and getting naked in front of (platonic) friends: these are the ways people overcame the things holding them back, and found the freedom that comes from that.
Stories of escaping the chaos. Fleeing from a war zone. Going on a meditation retreat, and looking for ways to retreat from the retreat.
There’s bad luck, then there’s bad judgement. This week, stories of people receiving ample warning that something isn’t right, and ignoring it at their peril.
Back in February 2014, a coal mine in Morwell caught fire. The entire town was covered in ash. The health impacts to residents were significant. And they’re being compared to the impacts of the current bushfire crisis.
This is the last part in our summer series, we hope you’ve enjoyed the trip down memory lane. We’re back with new episodes in two weeks.