Bring your own tissue...10/01/15
One woman physically can't cry, another ponders the power of tears over technology.
Radio Yak: Catherine Burns
In honour of "Moth Month" at RN, Catherine Burns (Artistic Director of The Moth), Radio Yaks with us about some of her favourite radio stories ever.
Four people float from aisle to aisle at the local supermarket... waiting for something to happen.
All lost in the supermarket
Phil Spencer shares a memorable tale of fashion angst, a renegade Chihuahua and how he once lost 46 minutes of his life, car, and mind in the car park of one of Sydney's most notorious shopping centres.
The Mysterious Tracks of a Cosmic Runner
A story of intrigue, dogged pursuit, secret histories, questionable politics, ruthless sports behaviour... and inspirational krautrock.
Johan Gabrielsson wonders what became of fellow students from the exclusive Swedish boarding school he attended in his youth. A tale of friendship, remorse, pathos, drugs and ping-pong, told through story and original music.
The search for tiny libraries in New Zealand
Meet some of New Zealand's tiniest libraries, and the devoted caretakers who have been taking care of them for decades.
Six questions and the end of the road
One woman copes with loss by asking questions, another reaches the end of a 4500 km quest to come to terms with her grief.
A thoroughly wet mess—episode 8: Deus ex machina
Back from the dead, will Albert sing like a canary? And if Sophie’s figured out what’s going on in the here and now, what does it mean for the there and then? With the Dei Gratia due at any moment, will they finally discover what happened to their...
Findings and searchings
A sonic interpretation of Findings from Harper's Magazine, and part three of Mary Anne Butler's epic road trip saga through the heart of Australia.
A thoroughly wet mess—episode 7: Unravelling the mystery
No longer lost but none the wiser, will the crew of the Mary Celeste II find Albert, or has he crossed the threshold and into another dimension? If Claire smuggled Jethro aboard, why did he betray her confidence? What’s Harriet going to do about it?
Great monikers of pugilism and a heart-healing road trip...
Alex McClintock surveys the boxing nickname landscape, and Mot drives deeper in the heart of the country.
A thoroughly wet mess—episode 6: Dead reckoning
The solution to the Mary Celeste riddle is written in Jethro’s journal, but will Sophie find it in time? What connects our stowaway to Claire? Is it enough to spark a mutiny, or will things return to an even keel? It’ll all be fine – touch wood – as...
Two stories about the heart
An awkward engagement, and a road trip quest for answers, with dog.
A thoroughly wet mess—episode 5: A ghost revealed
Is Harriet behind a museum heist? What will Claire to do about it? Of course, none of this clears up the mystery pages, but who cares? They found a ghost! The only question is, who is he, and what is his connection to the Mary Celeste?
Siblings, heartbeats and an audio fiction revolution
She Devil. The Sarah Awards + Serendipity podcast. Designer heartbeats.
A thoroughly wet mess—episode 4: In the dark
With two mystery pages our heroes now have three reasons to venture into the hold: check the slate log, catch the ghost and find what Flynn’s hiding there. Is it fishing gear or is he just happy to see us? And will Harriet beat them to it?
Going and going
Arrival and departure. Five people, two stories, one taxi. A new audio fiction from Michele Lee.
Tales of the supernatural and the neediest dog
Addendum: Supernatural. Listener up: Supernatural. The trouble with Charlie.
A thoroughly wet mess—episode 2: Liars, purists and...
With our characters now aboard the Mary Celeste II, we eagerly await their departure. But where is Flynn Doyle? And hark! Whence does this mysterious page come? Will Sophie and Marc discover what really happened to their ancestors, or is it way too...
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