The Oral History Project is an effort to record the history and culture of Narangong, South Australia’s tidiest town 1993, 2003, and 2008, winner of Australia’s best Cornish pastie 1997, and home to the renowned Nara Fighting Roos.
Episode 14: March Failed
In this, the final episode of the Welcome to Narangong Oral History Project, we bring you the astonishing tale of Narangong’s adventures in surf life saving, a pointless bloody sport with no redeeming qualities and needlessly complicated equipment.
Episode 13: How Dizzy Lost Her Finger
This story might not be suitable for children, but a group of them joined us in the studio anyway. It’s a free bloody country.
Episode 12: Different Horses for Different Folks
In this installment, the Oral History Project takes you into the fast-paced, high-stakes world of equine equipment sales. https://s3.amazonaws.com/welcometonara.wordpress.com/Different+Horses+for+Different+Folks.m4a
Episode 11: Australia’s Best Cornish Pasty, 1997
This week, the Oral History Project brings you the thrilling tale of Ruth’s Bakery’s successful push to win the coveted title of Australia’s Best Cornish Pasty. Plus, the Project uses a bit of spare time to recount the arrival in Narangong of three of the most important technological innovations of the last century: television, the […]
Episode 10: It’s Sharon, Part II
Steamy romance! Car chases! Epic gun battles! Political intrigue! None of these things happen in the thrilling conclusion of It’s Sharon! But you do get to find out what happens to Shaz on her journey of cultural- and self-discovery. https://s3.amazonaws.com/welcometonara.wordpress.com/Its+Sharon+Part+II.m4a
Episode 9: It’s Sharon, Part I
Narangong experiences a British invasion. The British (well, just one Brit, really) experience Narangong. It’s Part I of It’s Sharon, a tale of cultural adventure. https://s3.amazonaws.com/welcometonara.wordpress.com/Its+Sharon.m4a