No, not the acid rock band from the 1960's. We're talking metaphoric doors: moments in life when things changed tracks, a new opportunity opened up or when you said goodbye a to a time and place forever.
Wisened hosts Brendan and Matilda do a tour of 'I'm-too-old-for-this-place' pubs for their nostalgic datenight. Hugo Hodge brings listeners the modern day sounds and stories of the once devastated Hiroshima in recent trip to Japan. Back home in Melbourne, Pavement Philosopher Jess Davis asks the public about the moment when their life changed forever.
Our favourite student hacks Harriet and Brendan give a wrap up of the Bernadi v. Wong same-sex marriage debate for Politics on the Couch.
In keeping with our existential theme resident film aficionado Jade brings us the classic 'Being John Malkovich' while Victoria chats radical career changes with her accountant-turned-hairdresser.
Cataclysm’s regular bookclub finishes up the episode is style. Alicia is joined by Evan Young, Lauren Muscat and Victoria Knauf who sink their teeth into Miranda July's new release 'The First Bad Man'.
Presented by Matilda Edwards, Brendan Wrigley, Ashleigh McMillan and Rachael Dexter.
Episode 16 Contributing Crew: Hugo Hodge, Lauren Muscat, Jess Davis, Harriet Conron, Brendan Wrigley, Alicia Barker, Jade Bate, Matilda Edwards, Victoria Knauf, Evan Young,
Executive Producers: Rachael Dexter and Ashleigh McMillan