Miss Pardy hears a noise on the roof07/20/14
As twilight falls in Miss Pardy’s apartment block, the daily mystery of the restless rustlings on the roof begin. This is a tale of the unseen and imagined elements of high density city living.
When Kohn Ashmore heard his voice for the first time his life was changed forever.
Little black pills of survival
She was a beautiful lily that grew out of the mud, and that mud was a deep dark secret in our family. A poignant story of dignity and pain from China.
Roof of thunder
The sound of rain is so much richer when you can't see it. Come deep inside the mind of a man who slowly went blind.
Burgher buggers make better bastards
A compelling life story of a mixed race childhood in Sri Lanka and unexpected fatherhood.
A woman encounters a man who wanders the streets telling people that Jesus loves them. Their unlikely friendship teaches her about how to be happy.
Corey and The Don
When a bored young woman living in remote Western Australia started writing to prisoners on death row in America’s Deep South, she didn’t expect it to become the most incredible journey of her life.
Monolingual in a multilingual world
Learning foreign languages—it’s not rocket science, surely. No, for most Australians it’s much harder than that.
Wooing the jury
We go under the barristers’ horse hair wigs to hear about their struggles with ethical dilemmas, lying clients, righting injustices, long work hours and all the after-effects.
My parent's extreme tango makeover
Yowei thought she knew her parents, until they took up the tango.
Heel toe step together
A tale of friendship across the generations as an octogenarian dancer teaches a twenty eight year old how to waltz.
The last fan dance
Jenevieve ran away to Shanghai to dance in burlesque clubs, she learned about love and much more.
Canberra is a city founded on trees. We explore the history and the future - in a large new Arboretum - a collection of 100 forests.
Vietnam lost and found
Sheila Pham discovers a very different Vietnam from the one her parents fled on a leaky boat.
Coming home syndrome
How an extended stay overseas can change you and your perceptions of home
The mollusc and the peacock
This is the story of a Facebook lurker, someone who sees herself as curious but benign.
Breaking Bad News
How do you learn to ‘do your job’ when your job is telling people the worst news of their life?
Roads of San Agustin
Guns, guerrillas and God once shaped life in this Colombian village, now it's tourists.
Loan me your organ
In Bangladesh people are selling their kidneys and livers to pay off their microcredit loans.
A daughter remembers the last Mothers Day she spent with her mum at her hospital bedside. A plank of wood that's been jammed down my throat since her death sentence was declared is planting roots in my soul.
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