#427 Time Machine


True stories about travelling through time.

Sepehr picks up a camera made in the year 2537, Honey Child brings her past to the present through cooking and Julia’s grandfather delivers the eulogy at his own funeral.

Year 2537 by Sepehr Jamshidi Fard and Eugenia Zoubtchenko

On his shelf in Sydney, Sepehr has a camera from the future. It reminds him of a pivotal moment of the past of the country he was born in – Iran.

Producers: Sepehr Jamshidi Fard and Eugenia Zoubtchenko

Music (from Free Music Archive): “iranianuranium” by COW.

Grandpa Delivers The Eulogy At His Funeral by Julia Bergin

Three years prior to his death, Grandpa and father began formal discussions for his funeral. Whilst they disagreed over size and music, there was consensus that Grandpa should speak on the day of his departure. In March this year, the funeral planning committee’s recommendations took effect; Grandpa addressed the congregation from his casket, delivering the eulogy at his own

Julia’s grandfather. Photo by Julia Bergin.

Producer: Julia Bergin

Supervising producer: Jordan Fennell

Heritage Cooking by Sarah Mashman and Lea Redfern

Tracing family history through time can be a shifting search through newspaper records or mailing off some hair for genealogy testing. Toni Burnett- Rands traces her heritage through cooking, through the recipes and traditions that she learnt from her Grandma Wilma and Granny Ivy as a child, and they learnt from their grandma’s before her.

Producers: Sarah Mashman and Lea Redfern

Music (from Blue Dot Sessions): “Flatlands” by Flatlands, “Villa” by Castro “Clay pawn shop” by Castro, “Domina Transit” by Pecan Grove.

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: Lee Robinson

Social Media Producers: Matilda Fay and Angela Moran

Image: Jeremy Thomas via Unsplash