In Australia 3 million
Australians are living with anxiety or depression. Each day in Australia 6 men
take their lives. However 82 men call an ambulance due to suicidal thoughts or
This episode of Sew
Organised Style we listen to one man’s journey to open communication about
those people who have taken their lives through the people who are left behind.
In two days, Michael Grey Griffith wrote Marooned, a new play in memory of a
friend he lost. Developing Marooned has been a journey in itself for Michael.
At Kaikey’s Lane cafe on Saturday morning in Melbourne Michael spoke to us about Marooned. The background cafe noise is real and not recorded.
Warning: We discuss suicide prevention. Go to our resources page to find reputable organisations for help when you need it.
This podcast was produced by Maria Theoharous and Anne Whalley. Special thanks for Bruce Whalley for bringing Marooned to our attention and gaining Michael’s agreement to meet with us. Sound by Bensound. Support us via our Patreon page.
Melbourne’s an easy place to get around if you’re staying for a short visit. Jump on a tram to get to Jimmy Buttons – an icon to the sewing community. It’s where we can source all sorts of notions locally. Jimmy has been serving the clothing community and the sewing community now for 31 years and he confessed to us that he wants a holiday.
This podcast was produced by Maria Theoharous, Anne Whalley and tram directions by Bruce Whalley. Interview permission obtained from Jimmy! Video by Bruce Whalley. Podcast editing by Maria Theoharous. Sound by Bensound.