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Podcast by Intimate conversations about love, sex and relationships

Love, Canberra podcast Intimate conversations about love, sex and relationships

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.3 • 11 Ratings

Podcast by Intimate conversations about love, sex and relationships

    Love, Canberra - Episode 30 - In sickness and in health

    Love, Canberra - Episode 30 - In sickness and in health

    Chery and Glen were in their 20s and in love. They thought they had their whole life ahead of them and that it would take the trajectory of any other ordinary life. But then illness struck, and it changed all their plans.

    Chery reflects on the hell of a ride they’ve been on. It’s been a bumpy road, but at least they’ve had each other.

    • 55 min
    Love, Canberra - Episode 29 - No place like home

    Love, Canberra - Episode 29 - No place like home

    Simon has been in three serious relationships. In all three, he suffered domestic abuse. Here, Simon reflects on what he went through, and talks about the book he wrote inspired by his experiences - for which he interviewed over 200 abusers.

    CW: This episode contains graphic descriptions of abuse.

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Love, Canberra - Episode 28 - Father's Daughter

    Love, Canberra - Episode 28 - Father's Daughter

    Matthew had been dating Sammy for about a year when she abruptly moved back to China. After some months, she admitted she was pregnant - with his child. Matthew has since been going through the visa process to have them live together in Australia as a family.

    • 49 min
    Love, Canberra - Episode 27 - Little

    Love, Canberra - Episode 27 - Little

    UnrulyNerdGirl is 44, Canadian, and a little boy bear. She’s also a domestic service submissive. These identities have, understandably, made dating and relationships rather difficult.

    Here, UNG helps to demystify age play, and she gives us a peek into her play closet.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Love, Canberra - Episode 26 - Same same but different

    Love, Canberra - Episode 26 - Same same but different

    It would not be an overstatement to call the story of Gaby and Kon’s relationship an epic. Theirs is a tale of young love, family conflict, a separation and reunion - and more besides. Cultural difference and similarity are the constants in their story, which they tell here.

    Show notes:
    + This is the last episode for the year! Apologies for the late delivery. Take a look here to see why it took so long: http://www.lovecanberrapodcast.com/blog/2018/9/15/behind-the-scenes-episode-twenty-six-same-same-but-different
    + This episode, as with all episodes, was written, edited, produced by me, Evana Ho. A big thanks goes to my friend Kimmo (KV Productions) for some last minute noise reduction assistance!

    Music:
    Intro music is by ProleteR: April Showers
    Interstitial music -
    + Björn Skogsberg: Opa Opa 1, Opa Opa 2
    + Cacti: Time To Wake Up (Instrumental Version)
    + airtone: nightRain
    + Podington Bear: Blue Blanket
    + Lee Rosevere: Memories
    + Stefan Netsman: Quentino 5 STEMS INSTRUMENTS
    + Kevin Macleod: Fresh Air
    + Jonatan Järpehag: Taste Of Coffee
    + Håkan Eriksson: Dust Bowl 2
    + Teddy Bergström: Small Moments 1
    + Emily Rubye: He Made It
    + Martin Carlberg: Crazy Good STEMS INSTRUMENTS (today’s outro)

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Love, Canberra - Episode 25 - My Valentine

    Love, Canberra - Episode 25 - My Valentine

    Join me for the auspicious occasion of Ken and Katy's wedding. Stay for the reception and after-party. I meet my friend Ken's parents and truly lovely new partner in life. I talk to his friends about their relationships and views on marriage. Finally, I hear from Ken on life as a newlywed,

    Show notes:
    + A HUGE thank you to Ken and Katy for letting me record at their wedding for this episode 3
    + A big apology for the lateness of this! 

    Music:
    Intro and outro music is by ProleteR: April Showers and Don't Mean a Thing
    Interstitial music -
    + Mendelssohn: Wedding March
    + Bladverk Band: Alma, To Stella

    • 1 hr 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

CBRjourno ,

Superb production and storytelling

The production is elegant, and the storytelling superb. It's a podcast but it sounds as good as anything from major radio like NPR and BBC.

absharp ,

What a gem!

So glad I stumbled across this one. Interesting stories told with a deft touch and great production values.

Prof.Jimbles ,

Interesting slice of life for the greatest city in Aus!

Top notch!

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