22 episodes

Intercultural conversations between two friends (questionable), anchoring conscious thought, selective language, and self reflection. They bare all (emotionally, not physically of course, that’d be a very different podcast) to confront their own navigation of real life experiences.

One Grey Tick Naplew Productions

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 8 Ratings

Intercultural conversations between two friends (questionable), anchoring conscious thought, selective language, and self reflection. They bare all (emotionally, not physically of course, that’d be a very different podcast) to confront their own navigation of real life experiences.

    I Am Every Woman

    I Am Every Woman

    In this final episode Sharan and Tara reflect on the many lessons they have learnt from the women who came before them. They start to explore societal views around what the pinnacle of womanhood is and as they ponder this, they begin to reflect on the women they would like to become; and to their own admission, this will be a never ending and ever changing discussion. 


     


    Sharan atheh Tara dekdhe ya aurath banan dha ki mathlav hai atheh kidha eh badlijowga.


     


    Sharan le Tara ba akanya gore a mme basadi ba ba mo matshelong a bone ba ba rutile eng. Ba akanya gore tota bone, ba batla go nna basadi ba ba ntseng jang; maikutlo a bone a tsile go fetoga ka nako.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Responsibility

    Responsibility

    Sharan and Tara explore the various responsibilities they hold as people of colour, women, as well as first and second generation immigrants. They also explore the responsibilities they hold within their platonic and romantic relationships, and share how they navigate these responsibilities. 


     


    Sharan atheh Tara apne zimivariyah bareh gala kardeh, khas kharke apne rishtian bareh.


     


    Sharan le Tara ba buisana ka di ‘responsibility’ tsa bone mo botshelong. Ba bua ka maikutlo a bone.

    • 42 min
    Don’t Applaud a Fish for Swimming

    Don’t Applaud a Fish for Swimming

    You might have heard the phrase in the title - but what do you mean by it? Sharan and Tara discuss their take on this phrase, especially in relation to showing gratitude. 


     


    Muchi noo tairaki leh tarriyah maro. Tusee kadeh suniyah? Eh kee mathlav? Sharan atheh Tara es bareh gala kardeh tha soch dhe o kadoh thanvadh dindheh.


     


    Sharan le Tara ba bua ka thopiki ya ‘applauding a fish for swimming’, ba bua ka kagiso le tankiso.


     


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    • 44 min
    I Think I Should Talk to Someone

    I Think I Should Talk to Someone

    What’s your relationship with therapy and what has informed it? Sharan and Tara talk about their experiences of therapy and how cultural views and beliefs may have affected these.


     


    Thuhada therapy da kee idea heh? Sharan atheh Tara apne therapy di gala sanondheh, atheh dhekdhe apne sabiachara kida betch ondeh. 


     


    Sharan le Tara ba bua ka thopiki ya therapy.


     


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    • 1 hr 9 min
    To Like or Unlike, That Is the Question

    To Like or Unlike, That Is the Question

    Sharan and Tara chat all things social media: how do they use it, why do they use it, when do their patterns change? 


     


    Sharan atheh Tara social media bareh gala kardeh. Kiddah barth deh? Kiyoo barth deh? Ta kado badhl de


     


    Sharan le Tara ba bua ka thopiki ya social media, ba e dirisa jang, ba e dirisa leng?


     


    To support the podcast, donate via buymeacoffee.com/onegreytick


     


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    • 49 min
    Don’t You Know That You’re Toxic?

    Don’t You Know That You’re Toxic?

    Tara and Sharan explore what the term ‘toxic’ means to them, and whether it’s actually possible to accurately define ‘toxic behaviour’. 


     


    Jado koi cheej jeher bangar hundi - uda kee mathlav hai? 


     


    Tara le Sharan ba bua ka lefoko ‘toxic’, le maikutlo a bone.


     


    To support the podcast, donate via buymeacoffee.com/onegreytick


     


    onegreytickpodcast.com


     


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    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Send chef ,

wow

Love the chemistry between the two of you. Honest and reflective conversation, has given me much to think about. Looking forward to the next one

Bethhaz ,

One grey-t podcast

Really enjoyed the first few episodes of One Grey Tick. Loved the chemistry between the hosts and the ease with which they spoke about more personal topics. It’s encouraging to hear people speak so openly and I hope it can lead to deeper conversations for listeners.
Excited to hear more!

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