This a story about journeys – how you end up doing what you do in life, and how you end up leaving it. Walter was a baker in Vienna before accidentally becoming an undertaker in Kathmandu.
Jane Mathews AO smashed several glass ceilings in her career as a barrister and judge. She didn’t just pave the way for women in that profession, but also contributed to some groundbreaking conversations around civil rights in Australia. This may be the last interview she recorded before her death on […]
Geoff Allen has been around. As a ringer in the 50s and 60s, it was his job to tame wild horses and drove massive herds of cattle throughout the outback country. His tale is full of humour, hard work, mateship, death, and gives an insight into a nearly-forgotten time. Stream […]
The scruffy village of Gulmarg, Kashmir, is home to the highest gondola in the world that reaches almost 4000m. Mt Apharwat offers acres of steep, untouched, powder snow, but is dangerously unpredictable. On February 11th, 2015, a massive avalanche took the life of a local ski guide, and it was only by luck that scores of others weren’t killed.
This video was submitted for the postgraduate journalism program at the University of Technology, Sydney. It was produced in collaboration with talented sports journalist, Fleur Castlereagh (Channel 9, Channel 31), who presents this piece. Mic Cavazzini was behind the camera and behind the editing desk, struggling to cut it down to two minutes.