#391 Disposable: Part II


This is the second of two episodes about rethinking waste, made by University of Melbourne Master of Journalism students, as part of the Science Gallery exhibition Disposable.

Are Male Subs Disposable by Chenturan Aran

In the Melbourne BDSM scene, there are a lot of male submissives, but far fewer female

Does that mean there’s a long line of male subs out there waiting with ropes for a
female dom to tie them up?

Supervising producer: Jordan Fennell.

Music: ‘Putrefaction Chamber’ by Enmata, ‘Rlyeh’ by Sephiroth

More Than a Pad by Wing Kuang, Chang He and Inderpreet Kaur

Australians are pretty used to disposable menstrual products. But for Indepreet, growing up in India, cloth pads have always been the norm.

Supervising producer: Eugenia Zoubtchenko.

Music: ‘Enigmatic’ by Benjamin Tissot, ‘Jazz comedy’ by Benjamin Tissot, India by Benjamin Tissot (bensound.com)

A Digital Afterlife by Olivia Hart, Sipei Yan and Zhaoxin Yan

We may never know if your soul lives on after you die, but one thing we do know, is that your Facebook page will.

Supervising producer: Eugenia Zoubtchenko.

Music: ‘Bright Ideas’ from Purple Planet Music

Melbourne to Maroon by Jess Malcolm, Sherry Liu and Ying Liu

Ben Symons was sick and tired of city living. He couldn’t stop thinking about how wasteful everything was around him.

He set himself a mission: move to the country and become self-sustainable.

Supervising producer: Jordan Fennell.

Living Single Use by Ashleigh Hastings, Yahan Tao, Wei Lu and Nazli Bahmani

Let’s go on a journey with a takeaway container.

Supervising producer: Jordan Fennell

Music: ‘Little Idea’ by Benjamin Tissot, ‘Sad Day’ by Benjamin Tissot (bensound.com)

All The Best credits:

Executive Producer: Ryan Pemberton

Victorian State Coordinator: Jordan Fennell

Host: Maddy Macquine

Community Coordinators: Chloe Gillespie and Danni Stewart

SYN Community Coordinator: Erin Dick

Social Media Producer: Matilda Fay

Image: Chris Nunnery