The podcast that's not afraid to go there.
We've all been a bystander in one way or another. This episode is about those moments when a stranger needs you and you have no idea what to do.
This episode was produced by Beth Gibson. Music by Chris Zabriskie.
Nat and Kim
We released this episode on the day gay marriage became (pretty much) legal in Australia. This one is for all the people who voted YES and a worthwhile message for anyone who didn't.
Thanks to Kim and Nat for sharing their story with us.
This episode was produced by Beth Gibson with help from Irit Pollak. Music by Chris Zabriskie and Lee Rosevere.
Right Hear 02
The Right Hear Experiment is a series of conversations with people our listeners might not normally spend time with.
In this episode we scratch the surface of what it's like to be religious – how faith can inform everything from waking up in the morning to voting preferences and how accepting difference inside one's faith can be more challenging than anything else.
Episode 10: Introducing:
We're shaking things up and bringing you an episode from one of our favourite Aussie podcasts, Evana Ho's Love, Canberra. This ep is all about George, who for nearly 10 years didn't leave his bedroom.
Episode 09: Leon
"People aren't just violent for the sake of violence. It's the product of something." - Leon
Visual response by Justin Wolfers
Episode 08: The right hear experiment
The Right Hear Experiment is not about winning an argument. It's about finding out what happens when we break open echo chambers through an act that is so simple but ofteny forgotten – listening.
Introducing our new PP co-producer, Beth Gibson
Photograph supplied by Beth Gibson
Episode 06: Intergen Friendships
Have you got one?
Photograph supplied by Irit's nana
Episode 03: Emily Hunt
Emily Hunt is a Sydney based artist, mother, mate and partner. She speaks to Private Parts about the ways both childhood and motherhood inform her practice.
Photograph supplied by Emily Hunt
Episode 01: Old Mate
Private Parts looks at the evolution and mystery of an Australian icon; the word 'mate'.
Visual response by Georgia Perry