Tag: Phoebe Adler-Ryan

  • #594 Knowledge of Country

    #594 Knowledge of Country

    The traditional owners of this land, Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people, have a connection to and understanding of country that is thousands of years old. Right now we’re living in a time of climate change and natural disasters, of warmer winters and colder summers and it often feels like our understanding of mother nature…

  • #588 Stories From Here: Bankstown

    #588 Stories From Here: Bankstown

    Over the past few months, All The Best has worked with local young people in Bankstown to make an audio walking tour about the places that matter to them.  Stories From Here is an audio walking tour of Bankstown featuring recorded monologues written by local young people aged 16-24 about their experiences in the area…

  • #585 In This Version of Home

    #585 In This Version of Home

    This week we feature two Australian-Turkish writers, who ruminate on the topic of belonging, home and immigration. In their distinctive creative ways, Ela Pinar and Eda Gunaydin unpack the confusion of feeling homesick for a land that was never truly ‘home’ to begin with.  1.10 – In This Version of Home First, Ela tells the…

  • #584 Punk, people, politics

    #584 Punk, people, politics

    This week, stories about breaking the rules of modern society. And just a heads up – it’s the punk episode – so there might be some swears. Please Come to My Show In our first story, we’re gonna hear from five people looking back at their young, punk selves, and how the politics, music, and…

  • #583 Heartbreak Chronicles

    #583 Heartbreak Chronicles

    Do you remember your first heartbreak? This week, three storytellers take us through their break up journeys and the sometimes strange and unexpected ways we move on.  Traffic Our first story explores the way that memories of a relationship can replay in your mind, over and over, on loop. Traffic was produced and performed by…

  • #557 – Sydney Poetry Slam Championship 2023

    #557 – Sydney Poetry Slam Championship 2023

    This week, we’re bringing you stories from stellar wordsmiths at the Sydney Final of the Australian Poetry Slam Competition 2023 – hosted by Word Travels. Through months of heats – Mt Druitt to Double Bay, Northern Beaches to Newtown – these lyricists gathered at Customs House to compete for the crown of Sydney Slam Champion.…

  • #550 Birds & Beetles

    #550 Birds & Beetles

    This week’s stories about birds and beetles will bring you up close and personal with some critters and creatures. The Retirement You probably think you’re too good for beetles. Algernon has lived underground for so long that his body is completely numb. The only part of his body that can sense is the inside of…

  • #529 ARTEXPRESS

    #529 ARTEXPRESS

    Recently, All the Best Production Manager Phoebe headed to the Art Gallery of New South Wales to interview some of the participants of ARTEXPRESS – the gallery’s exhibition of outstanding artworks from the HSC. It’s rare that old cultural institutions platform young, diverse and radical voices and that’s why ARTEXPRESS is such a great initiative.…

  • #523 Poetry Night

    #523 Poetry Night

    This week, FBi Presenter Deb is bringing us to one of their poetry nights. She’s recently started a poetry collective that meets once a fortnight. It’s a small and intimate space and in this episode Deb and her friends have brought their poetry into the studio to share with us. You’ll hear from Tyler, Max,…

  • #519 Audio Postcards

    #519 Audio Postcards

    Welcome to 2023! We hope your summer has consisted of moments of joy and rest. This week we’re bringing you some of these moments, which were generously shared with us during the summer holidays. We start the episode with All The Best host Danni Stewart taking us to the rainforest. The Konditorei / Walnut Torte …

  • #517 Seen and Unseen

    #517 Seen and Unseen

    International Day of People with Disability was on the 3rd of December, so this week we wanted to bring stories centred around experiences of people with disability. People’s lack of knowledge about disability and society’s overall lack of accessibility are both elements that contribute to this experience, something we should be aware of when supporting…