This week we’re bringing you stories from The Wheeler Centre’s Signal Boost programme, supported by the Ian Potter Foundation. Find out more at www.wheelercentre.com/signalboost.
Told from the view of five Somalis now in Australia, our first story illustrates the diversity in Somali diaspora. By sharing unique migration journeys and relationships to heritage, it’s a reminder that people from the same cultural background are not a homogeneous entity.
Sound effects from Free Sound Dot Org and Music from Free Music Archive
Produced by Najma Sambul. Supervising producer Karishma Luthria.
I’ll Dink You Home
Then, Miks speaks with his late father Ken who was diagnosed with dementia. Together they explore the lasting impacts of memories from childhood and how sometimes the smallest stories have the most impact, as they shape and live on through family.
Produced by Michael Everitt.
All The Best credits:
Production Manager: Phoebe Adler-Ryan
Editorial Manager: Mell Chun
Episode Mix and Compile: Phoebe Adler-Ryan
Host: Madhuraa Prakash
Upcoming free audio events!
Do you want to meet and get to know fellow emerging audio makers? Join the All The Best team at The Eveleigh Hotel from 6pm on Monday June 26 to network, share ideas and — most importantly — have some fun!
If you aren’t based in Sydney, you can join us online the following night – Tuesday June 27th, for our winter pitch workshop and seminar on adapting written work to audio.
You’ll be hearing from All the Best Editorial Manager, journalist and radio educator Mell Chun as well as award winning poet Tim Loveday. Everyone is welcome!
Go to www.allthebestradio.com to find the event details.