#1925 You’re The Man Now, Dog
Stories of men questioning the traditional ideas of masculinity they grew up with, and rediscovering what being a man means to them.
What I Thought a Man Should Be by Tim Siow
When your physical health breaks down it can tear other parts of you down with it. Adry’s world was turned upside down by a shock cancer diagnosis. It was a scary, dark time for him. But he came out the other side with some important lessons about the value of being vulnerable, and opening up to his mates.
Produced by Tim Siow
Sound design by Mia Hull
Supervising Producer: Mike Williams
Music: The Popular Grove by Blue Dot Sessions, Leaving for Chicago by Rest you Sleeping Giant, Inside by Lee Rosevere, Cue Drone Ghostly Spooky Dark Simple by Soularflair
The Virginity Complex: One of the Boys by Talisse Desiderio
“I didn’t even see them as people I saw them as women”: a young man struggles with his anxiety about sex, and the impact that masculine culture has on his sexual identity.
Produced by Talisse Desiderio
Supervising producers: Ryan Pemberton and Allison Chan
Music: ‘I’ve got a woman’ by Ray Charles, ‘Zvichapera’ by Chiwoniso
All The Best credits:
Executive Producer: Ryan Pemberton
Victorian State Coordinator: Jordan Fennell
Episode Mix and Compile: Ryan Pemberton
Host: Maddy Macquine
Community Coordinators: Chloe Gillespie and Danni Stewart
SYN Community Coordinator: Erin Dick
Social Media Producer: Matilda Fay