Sinopsis

The podcast about sleep, dreams, nightmares and what happens in your head after dark.

Episodios

  • Staying Up Late on Wednesdays (SleepTalker on Triple R)

    Staying Up Late on Wednesdays (SleepTalker on Triple R)

    16/10/2018 Duración: 05min

    This podcast feed has been hitting snooze for a while, but it’s time to pull back the covers: SleepTalker is stretching out to a two-hour weekly live radio show on Triple R. That’s a community radio station in Naarm (otherwise known as Melbourne). If you’re in the area you can listen at 102.7 FM, or you can stream it at rrr.org.au, from midnight ‘til 2am Wednesday nights (technically Thursday mornings) AEST. Follow facebook.com/sleeptalkerradio and twitter.com/sleeptalkerpod for updates. Music: ‘Drift’ by Daniel Birch Links, transcript and past episodes at the SleepTalker website: www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com

  • #17: Different Versions of Ourselves

    #17: Different Versions of Ourselves

    15/04/2017 Duración: 10min

    Tonight on SleepTalker, Magan Magan wanders dark Melbourne streets and finds inspiration for his writing. This episode features three of Magan's poems: ‘The Thin Line of Loneliness’, ‘Waking Up At Night’ and ‘Moon Street’. Magan’s working on a poetry collection called ‘Writing Shame Away’. Follow him on Twitter at maganmagan9 to find out when it’s released. A version of this piece was first heard at 'Spend the Night With All the Best', an Audiocraft/All the Best listening party in Sydney. Bec and Magan first met at last year’s National Young Writers’ Festival, where they collaborated on another version of ‘Moon Street’. You can listen to both All the Best episodes at www.allthebestradio.com , or search 'All the Best' on iTunes. The music in this episode is from ‘Swimming With Blue Whales’ by Joseph. Head to josephbuchan.bandcamp.com for more. Joseph’s donating all the proceeds from Swimming With Blue Whales to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. Links and past episodes at the SleepTalker website: www.sl

  • #16: A Primal Response (Somniloquy Part 2)

    #16: A Primal Response (Somniloquy Part 2)

    20/12/2016 Duración: 11min

    Tom Adams and his wife, Lillian Henley, are collaborating on a “gig-theatre” show about Tom’s sleeptalking and sleepwalking. Tonight on SleepTalker, we hear some of the sleepy mumblings keeping Lillian awake, and Tom talks about the inspiration for the show Elephant & Castle. Elephant & Castle launches next year. Head to www.tom-adams.co.uk for updates (while you’re there, have a read of Tom’s blog and listen to more of his nighttime recordings). I’ll also send an update about Elephant & Castle in my newsletter; from now on, I’ll be sending out an email with links to the best sleepy art, music, writing and podcasts I can find. Head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com/newsletter to sign up. SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary. Music credits: ‘Heterotropic (Where We Used to Belong)’ by Bad Bats ‘Blood Petal’ by Blue Dot Sessions ‘The Dream’ by Project 5am ‘Pianofrozebeat’ by Meri Leeworthy

  • #15: The Secretive and Silly Dance (Somniloquy Part 1)

    #15: The Secretive and Silly Dance (Somniloquy Part 1)

    29/11/2016 Duración: 07min

    Britta listens in while her partner Jon talks through the night. Britta Jorgensen is a Melbourne-based independent radio producer. Head to www.brittajorgensen.com to learn more about her work. Music credits: ‘Dream Colours’ by Lee Rosevere ‘Evergreen and Resinous’ by Pineresin ‘Dream 2’ by Tonality Star This is the first in a two-part series about sleep talking. Next time, we’ll find out how midnight mumblings are inspiring a London musical. Jon Tjhia designed SleepTalker’s gorgeous new logo and website: www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com is where you’ll find past episodes, find out how to subscribe, and find our contact details if you want to get in touch.

  • #14: Sleep Debt

    #14: Sleep Debt

    21/10/2016 Duración: 14min

    Tonight on SleepTalker, Paige Leacey willingly keeps herself awake and tries to find out what happens to our bodies when we miss out on rest. This story (then called ‘Sleep Tight’) first aired on All the Best, in an episode called ‘In the Red’. Head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com to find a link to the original. That’s also where you’ll find links to follow Paige on Twitter and Instagram. This episode was produced by Paige Leacey, with help from Selena Shannon. Music credits: ‘Cosmic Drifting’, ‘Waves of Sleep’ and ‘Dream Colours’ by Lee Rosevere ‘Almost Heaven’ and ‘Summer’s End’ by Homage 'Mother Cavern' by Bad Bats

  • #13: Fall Asleep Right Now

    #13: Fall Asleep Right Now

    25/09/2016 Duración: 19min

    Eleanor Wales says narcolepsy is “the worst of both worlds”; she can’t stay awake, but she doesn’t get enough restful sleep either. Head to www.falling-asleep.com for more about Eleanor, including blog posts, articles and infographics about living with narcolepsy. Music credits: ‘Here Be Dragons With Dreams’ by Studio Noir ‘The Dream’ by Project 5am ‘Shelters’ and ‘Pianofrozebeat’ by Meri Leeworthy SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary. Visit www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com for more episodes, and email goodnight@sleeptalkerpodcast.com if you’d like to share what happens in your head after dark.

  • #12: Fill in the Blanks

    #12: Fill in the Blanks

    16/08/2016 Duración: 09min

    Tonight on SleepTalker, we’ll hear a story from last year. Bec talks to Declan Mulcahy, director of ____day Night’s Dream, about his theatrical exploration of the dreaming mind. Declan recruited seven performers to write their dreams into an immersive play, where the audience followed the cast through the night and into dreamland. ____day Night’s Dream returns at this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival; from September 22nd, Declan takes over a Melbourne apartment with a new set of dream adaptations. Head to www.daynightsdream.com for tickets, and to find out more about the show. A version of this story (then called ‘Creative Freedom’) first aired on All the Best, in an episode called ‘In Your Dreams’. For that episode, Bec spoke to people whose dreams followed them well into their waking hours. Head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com to find a link to the original. SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary. Music credits: ‘South Sea Syndrome’ by Scissors For Sparrow ‘Dream 5’ and ‘Dream 7’ by Tonality Star Wit

  • #11: Cross Your Fingers As You Fall Asleep

    #11: Cross Your Fingers As You Fall Asleep

    11/07/2016 Duración: 13min

    Tonight on SleepTalker, we’re writing in our sleep with Clem Bastow. Clem is a freelance journalist and screenwriter, whose Daily Life article “Why I need to sleep naked, alone, and for as long as possible” inspired this episode. Head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com to find a link to the original article. SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary. Music credits: ‘Tiptoe’ by Yeyey ‘Inscencer’ by P C III ‘I Will Come Out of My Den’ by Min-Y-Llan ‘Mother Cavern’ by Bad Bats For a transcript of this episode, head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com

  • #10: An Offering in the Night

    #10: An Offering in the Night

    24/05/2016 Duración: 20min

    Tonight on SleepTalker, we’re saying “goodnight” at the start because we’re listening to a podcast that’s really hard to hear the end of. In this episode, Bec chats to Drew Ackerman, AKA Dearest Scooter, host of Sleep With Me. Sleep With Me is a podcast of “bedtime stories for grown-ups”. Three times a week, Drew records and uploads lulling, meandering tales to try to help his listeners drift. Head to www.sleepwithmepodcast.com to hear more of Drew’s work. SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary. Head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com for a transcript of this episode, and to listen to past episodes. Music credits: ‘Drift’ by Charlie Salas-Humara Sleep With Me podcast music by Christopher Postill ‘Pitter Pattern’ and ‘Top of the Hill, Bottom of the Valley’ by Scissors for Sparrow Clips from Sleep With Me were taken from: Episode 3, 363, 384 and 387

  • #9: The Blue Hour

    #9: The Blue Hour

    12/02/2016 Duración: 12min

    Tonight on SleepTalker, we hear from Heather Joan Day. Heather's story, Tears For Fears of the Dark, was published in the first issue of Alien She Zine. Head to www.twitter.com/emo_flowers to follow Heather. Produced by Bec Fary. Music by Scissors For Sparrow. www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com

  • #8: Divine Inspiration

    #8: Divine Inspiration

    27/11/2015 Duración: 10min

    James Collopy woke up with a song in his head. He shares it with us tonight on SleepTalker. This interview first aired on All the Best, in an episode called 'In Your Dreams'. Head to www.allthebestradio.com to hear more stories about people whose dreams have followed them into their waking lives. If you'd like to share any sleepy songs, dream recollections, nightmares or stories about what happens in your head after dark, head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com to find out how. That's also where you can find past episodes. We're on Twitter, www.twitter.com/sleeptalkerpod and Facebook www.facebook.com/sleeptalkerpodcast. Head over to iTunes if you'd like to subscribe https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sleeptalker/id956164246 and while you're there, we'd love a rating or a review; let us know what you think of the show! More episodes soon. Until then, goodnight.

  • #7: Compromise

    #7: Compromise

    10/10/2015 Duración: 24min

    This episode comes from Michael Brydon @mwbrydon, co-host of All the Best. Head to www.allthebestradio.com or www.mwbrydon.com to hear more of Michael's work. If you have any dreams, nightmares or sleep stories you'd like to share on SleepTalker, head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com to find out how. More episodes coming soon, so stay tuned at www.facebook.com/sleeptalkerpodcast, or subscribe on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sleeptalker/id956164246 and while you're there, leave a rating or a review and let us know what you think of the show. And we're now on Twitter! twitter.com/sleeptalkerpod

  • #6: The Aliens In My Room

    #6: The Aliens In My Room

    26/08/2015 Duración: 13min

    Jeff Emtman, host and creator of Here Be Monsters, shares his "eyes open dreams". Here Be Monsters is an unsettling, fascinating and beautiful podcast about the unknown; if you haven't already, take a listen at www.hbmpodcast.com. SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary, with thanks to Michael Brydon and Jon Tjhia for your help with #6. If you have any dreams, nightmares or sleep stories you'd like to share on SleepTalker, head to www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com to find out how. More episodes and some exciting announcements coming soon, so stay tuned at www.facebook.com/sleeptalkerpodcast, or subscribe on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sleeptalker/id956164246 and while you're there, leave a rating or a review and let me know what you think of the show. Music credits: 'Heterotropic (Where We Used to Belong)' by Bad Bats http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Bad_Bats/Heterotropic_where_we_used_to_belong 'Horizon' by Carlos Ramirez http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Carlos_Ramirez/Refraction_Of_Light/Carlo

  • #5: Chloe

    #5: Chloe

    13/07/2015 Duración: 19min

    Tonight on SleepTalker, we're staying awake with Chloe. Music: 'Shelters' and 'Beach Collage' by Meri Leeworthy. SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary. If you have any sleep stories, dream recollections, nightmares or thoughts on the dark, let me know at www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com or www.facebook.com/sleeptalkerpodcast

  • Asleep on the Radio

    Asleep on the Radio

    18/04/2015 Duración: 17min

    Season 1 of SleepTalker on SYN 90.7 is over, but there's a dream archive of stories to be turned into podcast episodes in the coming weeks so stay tuned. For now, here's a taste of some of the best dream recollections, nightmares and sleep stories from the first live season of the show. The music in this episode is from 'All's Fair in Love of Wax' by The Insider, from the Free Music Archive: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/the_insider/alls_fair_in_love_of_wax/ Image credit: Ben Neoh www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com www.facebook.com/sleeptalkerpodcast

  • Live on SYN 90.7: Week One, Wednesday February 4

    Live on SYN 90.7: Week One, Wednesday February 4

    08/02/2015 Duración: 28min

    Last week was the very first live episode of SleepTalker. For the next nine weeks, I’ll be hosting SleepTalker on SYN 90.7 in Melbourne. Here's a taste of last week's show. Tune in or stream at www.syn.org.au at 11pm on Wednesday for more dreams, nightmares and stories of what happens in your head after dark. Playlist: Take Our Time - Andras and Oscar Candle’s Fire - Beirut Dream Machine - Mark Farina Sleep Sound - Jamie xx Last Night I Heard Everything in Slow Motion - Oliver Tank Introduction (Good Evening) - Jeff Bridges Dreams Never End - New Order Our Hearts Condemn Us - Jozef Van Wissem

  • #4: Zed

    #4: Zed

    05/01/2015 Duración: 17min

    This episode of SleepTalker is the first for 2015, and it's been a long time in the making. Interviewing Zed, and then editing him, required a lot of patience and reworking. But here it is: tonight, Zed tells me how his tattoo was inspired by a dream. SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary. Visit www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com for more. Music credits: 'Adinatisa O Kaymenos' by Daniel Padden 'Black Eyes' by Nettle Both from the compilation 'On a Steady Diet of Hash, Bread and Salt' at the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org

  • #3: Lucid

    #3: Lucid

    04/11/2014 Duración: 37min

    “The deeper you go into your mind, you discover darkness just as much as you discover light…” Tonight, we’re lucid dreaming with Aaron Gazzola. In this interview, Aaron refers to a study in which lucid dreaming was induced by electric scalp stimulation by Ursula Voss et al. Visit www.sleeptalkerpodcast.com to find a link to the study. And visit www.dream-awake.com for more details about Aaron's work. SleepTalker is produced by Bec Fary. Music credits: ‘Sienne’ and ‘Dowl’ by Podington Bear

  • #2: Nocturnal

    #2: Nocturnal

    10/10/2014 Duración: 23min

    This evening on SleepTalker, I'm staying awake with you. In this episode, an early morning phone call and a search for creatures who wake up as the sun is falling asleep. The music in this episode is 'Room Tone' by Gunay Demirci; you can hear more of his work at https://soundcloud.com/thismess. Thank you, audiophile, for your time, patience and generosity. This is part of a series of podcasts about dreams, nightmares and sleep. I'm currently collecting conversations and perspectives on what happens in your head after dark. If you'd like to be involved, or just want to let me know what you think of the project, please get in touch. www.sleeptalkerpodcast.wordpress.com

  • #1: When You Talk About Your Dreams

    #1: When You Talk About Your Dreams

    23/09/2014 Duración: 23min

    In the first episode of SleepTalker, hear about my 19th birthday party, my first dream journal, and why we always interrupt each other when we talk about dreaming. Music: 'Twine' by Podington Bear and 'Dowl' by Podington Bear, both from the Free Music Archive. The woman who told you she doesn't care about your dreams is Mrs Matthiessen; that audio is from Episode 511 of This American Life, 'The Seven Things You're Not Supposed to Talk About'. Thank you to everyone who shared their voices and their dreams for this show. This is the first in a series of podcasts about dreams, nightmares and sleep. I'm currently collecting conversations and perspectives on what happens in your head after dark. If you'd like to be involved, or just want to let me know what you think of the project, please get in touch.

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