Everyone likes adventure and the long roads of Australia, that stretch thousands of kilometres through changing landscapes, can offer the perfect place for adventure and discovery.
And whatever the reason you’re on the road; love, adventure, escape, you’re bound to make some pretty amazing discoveries in this big ‘ol country.
This episode we hear the story of a hitch-hiker, a journey-man from NZ, the magic of Alice Springs and the discovery of heritage and culture.
*Alice Hitching by Tess Dowdell & Co-Written by Patch Sinclair
* Jordan’s Farm by Jordan Bloomer
* Alice Springs by Tess Lawley
* Amy Jean by Merran Winchester
Picture Credits: Any Jean Harding (www.eyeoflight.com.au)
Music Credits: Nowehere Man by John Butler Trio
Alice Hitching: ‘32 Ford’ by Joe Mazzola, Railroad’s Whiskey Co’ by Jahzzar
Amy Jean: Mana Part 1 by Anthony Copping, Shadow of Life by Anthony Copping & Pascal Ontaimae
Production Manager: Carly-Ann Keneally
Executive Producer’s: Giordana Caputo & Belinda Lopez
Features Executive Producer: Merran Winchester
All the Best jumps back into the fray — and this time the fight takes place in hearts and minds, in beds and cancer wards. A share house turns into a battleground when an army of bed bugs invades, and two lovers face themselves and each other when multiple sclerosis and cancer enter their lives.
Battle of the Bugs
In the inner-city Sydney suburb of Newtown, share houses are filled with second (and third, and fourth)-hand furniture of questionable origin. One of these pieces found its way into the home of Heidi Pett, like a Trojan horse. Inside, an army of microscopic beasts was waiting.
Produced by Heidi Pett.
Music credits: ‘Lance Jr’ by Courtney Barnett; ‘All the Rowboats’ by Regina Spektor; ‘Opposing Forces’ by Frederic Taigorn.
Lovers and Fighters
Tessa and Patch are lovers, who fight. Between the everyday battles of love and life, they find themselves fighting multiple sclerosis and cancer- together.
Produced by Tessa Dowdell.
Music credits: ‘Setting Sail’ by Brombaer & Phole & Fljóta; ‘Dramamine’ by Modest Mouse; ‘2:45am’ by Elliot Smith; ‘Metal Heart’ by Cat Power.
Production Manager: Carly Anne Kenneally.
Features Executive Producer: Belinda Lopez.
Executive Producer: Giordana Caputo.
Illustration: ‘Thyroid Cancer’ by Patch Sinclair.