#1346 Summer Postcards

‘If you take 2 more steps, you’ll find what you’ve been looking for….

A little bit of magic.’

 

The Wormhole

There is a point at North Steyne where the cracks in the rock get bigger and more rugged.  This is the point where many head back believing there is nothing more to find.  But, if you take two more steps around the corner you’ll find what you’ve been looking for.  A little bit of magic.

Producer:  Pip Rasmussen

Other links:  http://instagram.com/p/dDomZWhTqv/

 

Bondi Beach

All the Best was invited to attend the book launch of ‘On Bondi Beach’ a series of personal stories about Bondi and how people relate to the beach.  Along the way we met one of the writers Demelza Marlin and talked to her about the research and discoveries they made whilst interviewing people.

Producer:  Merran Winchester

Supervising Producer:  Zacha Rosen

Interviewee/ Voice Artists:  Demelza Marlin, Michael Catoin, Councillor Dominic Wy Kanak, Odile Le Clezio, Arky Michaels

Music Credits:  Okada S Cat 2 by Tim Jenkins

Other links:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/OnBondiBeach/

You can purchase the book through Australian Scholarly Press http://www.scholarly.info/book/360/

 

Kings Cross Fatale

Kings Cross has an interesting past full of characters, scandals and significant moments.

This documentary takes you to the streets of Kings Cross to uncover it’s history.  Experience Kings Cross from 1910 on an audio adventure and let your imagination and senses be swept away.  Just immerse yourself in the sensory experience.

This story is part of a larger audio tour that you can take.  Download the sound (below) and wander through Bohemia.

Producer:  Natalie Penova

Music Credits:  Slidin Steps by C Mattone (MQ sound library ATMKITSCH)

References/ Archival Sound:  Stories and texts inspired by Pictorial History Kings Cross written by Anne-Maree Whitaker

The Glittering Mile, 1964 Documentary Film, David Low, Stations of the X http://www.youtube.com/user/bjmjdh,

Sydney Sidetracks http://www.abc.net.au/innovation/sidetracks/downloads.htm

Other links:  Audio Tour of Kings Cross in the early 20th century-  https://soundcloud.com/natalie-penova/kings-cross-fatale-2

 

Camel Connection

When you take the road to the heart of Australia who knows what you’ll find or who you’ll find it with.

This is the story of friendship, connection and camels.

Producer:  Merran Winchester

Talent:  Alissa, Marcus and Lou McMaster

Music Credits:  The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Theme Song by Ennio Morricone

*Special thanks to Alyssa for her contribution.

 

Picture Credit:  Toby Hudson

Music Credit:  Summer Holiday by Cliff Richard

 

Production Manager:  Carly-Ann Keneally

Executive Producer’s:  Giordana Caputo & Belinda Lopez

Feature’s Executive Producer:  Merran Winchester