Award-winning audio fiction series from the ABC. Walk the streets of Fitzroy, Melbourne, shaped by gangsters, migrants, Aboriginal activists, the working poor. Now, it’s fancy shops and hipster bars. Until you really look.
S2 E8 | Thank you Aurora
The Italian Cultural Centre in Carlton is full of people today, and Alistair — who nobody likes but nobody knows — brought potato salad. Sometimes the important thing is to show up.
S2 E7 | Kombucha Smash
Damo has big news. In smaller news, Alistair, who nobody likes but nobody knows, has a sister, who unexpectedly accepts an invitation on his behalf.
S2 E6 | A point off for garnish
It’s Rhyme Time in the Carlton Library today and everyone’s talking about the news … except for Frankie from 100, who eats strawberries in the park, because of course she does.
S2 E5 | A Moment of Trauma
Fitzroy seems different today, but the roadworks stop for nobody, and neither do the conversations.
S2 E4 | Everything stops
There are lots of cars in the street today. One is a white van. The other two are ambulances.
S2 E3 | Brother emergency
In which we meet Ruth Bader Ginsburg and walk to the post office.