Here you can find some of our related work, appearances on other shows, and work we’re hosting for other history groups.
Avenue of Honour Audio Tours: Lucas Girls
This podcast mini-series, produced by us for Ballarat’s Avenue of Honour and Arch of Victory, tell the stories of Ballarat’s men and women who served in the great war and those they left behind. Listen now for free.
In August 2020, David Waldron was invited by the fabulous folk at Fabulous Folklore to participate in the online event Folk-a-pa-lore-za, where folklore podcasters around the world came together to discuss their work, their research and their favourite piece of folklore. The event took the form of a competition where each presenter was asked to present their favourite example of folklore and vote for the favourite was held.
Part One – an introduction, and all stories but the final one.
Part Two – the final story, the discussion, debate, and finally voting for the favourite story.
Woady Yallock Historical Society
Below you can find two pieces by the the Woady Yaloak Historical Society. For more content from the society, check out their Facebook.
Assault & Buttery
An amusing recreation of an bizarre 1872 Smythesdale court case, Cunningham v Shephard, involving assault with a pound of butter.
Cardigan Mine Disaster
This recording has been recovered from an old audio cassette, we apologise for the quality limitations and slight gaps in beginning and end of recording. Regardless the content is impressively crafted and, we believe, worth sharing. Join this visceral tour of the deadly 1902 Cardigan Mine flooding.