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Earshot

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Earshot presents documentaries about people, places, stories and ideas, in all their diversity.

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Who's going to make the gravy?

Dec 13 • 28:33
It might be the most famous recipe in Australia: flour, salt, a little red wine, and don’t forget a dollop of tomato sauce.

Paul Kelly’s ‘How to Make Gravy’ — written as a letter from prison at Christmas time — has grown in popularity since it was first recorded 25 years ago.

Using the song as a starting point, Earshot speaks with five previously incarcerated people about t...

The Kabul diaries part 2

Dec 6 • 29:09

The Kabul diaries Part 1

Nov 29 • 29:43
Ghezal is a journalist in Afghanistan and when her city Mazar i Sharif falls to The Taliban they come looking for her. She escapes to Kabul, joining the desperate crowds at the airport but unable to board a plane she returns to the city, her young family in tow, with nowhere to stay.

She tells her story of fear and defiance through intimate voice messages recorded on her p...

Rise of The Cat Empire

Nov 22 • 30:47

Songs from a walled village

Nov 15 • 28:35

Brief Encounters

Nov 8 • 28:22

The dignity business

Nov 1 • 28:37

Following The Star of Taroom

Oct 25 • 28:35
It was a simple act, done in a less-than-simple way. When Johnny Danalis decided to return the “Star of Taroom”, an ancient Indigenous groove stone his father had souvenired in the 1970s, it was simply to give back what was taken. But when he decided to wheel the 160 kilogram stone 500 kilometres from Brisbane to Taroom he had no idea it had the power to teach its people’s...

My voice is my passport

Oct 18 • 28:36

You are not alone - Turkey

Oct 11 • 36:57

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