Episode twenty-three: Luc Sante ‘The Other Paris’
This is lovely treat – Author Luc Sante takes us on a walk through the Paris of the nineteenth century, a very different place to now. The fields outside the ‘wall’ he mentions are now where the motorway known as the Peripherique encircles the city, and thousands of people live there.Luc’s sonorous delivery makes this a very meditative aural experience, Ken Naughton’s discreet piano fills in spaces.
Australian duo ‘Bebe et Lulu’ gives the end a french flair.
Music Tracks:Ken Naughton , – Variations – Baby et Lulu- ‘Paris’ and ‘Paris se regarde’
Luc Sante was recorded at the Sydney writers Festival 2016.
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Episode twenty-two: Nadja Spiegelman “ I’m supposed to protect you from all this”, Jenevieve Chang ‘The Good Girl of Chinatown”
Nadja Spiegelman had a complicated family life, a fact she observed very early on as a small child . Her mother was highly strung and emotional and it made for a fraught relationship. Jenevieve Chang went to teach dance in China and found she was a lot more Australian than she realised, but not exotic enough for her employers.
Music tracks:‘I love you and let you go’ by Gyan; ‘Fire in her Belly’ by Trysette.
Nadja Spiegelman and Jenevieve Chang were recorded at Sydney Writers Festival 2017.