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form y separately published work icon Love and Luck, series - publisher   podcast   radio play  
Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Love and Luck,
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'Australia's first LGBT audio drama, Love and Luck is a fictional radio play podcast, told via voicemails. It’s a slice of life queer romance story with a touch of magic.

The story is about two men who fall in love, learn they have magic powers, and use those powers to support and protect their community. The good guys win, no one gets killed, and queer people of all types are all loved and valued. 

Made for people who like healthy relationships and happy endings, Love and Luck’s goal is to bring a few minutes of warmth and happiness to listeners once a week.  

Set in Melbourne, Australia in the present day, the world of Love and Luck is populated with many real life queer Melbourne people, events and places alongside its fictional characters.'

Source: Podcast website.

Notes

  • Frequency: Weekly.
  • Transcripts are available on the podcast website.

Production Details

  • Writer: Erin Kyan

    Producers: Erin Kyan, Lee Davis-Thalbourne, Passer Vulpes Productions.

    Cast: Erin Kyan, Lee Davis-Thalbourne , Nicola Rummery, DL Turnbull, Ashe Connor, Justin Jones Li, Tahlia Celenn, Creatrix Tiara, Oscar Sabogal, Jai Moore, Abigail Michell, Shelley Dunlop, Ben Harberts, Gemma Mahadeo.

    Cover Artist: Sophia Parsons Cope.

    Recording Studio: Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre, Carlton, Melbourne.

    Recording Engineer: Kermie Breydon.

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Works about this Work

Radio Drama and Fiction Podcasts Are Having a Renaissance as Artists Make Television for Your Ears Hannah Reich , 2020 single work column
— Appears in: ABC News [Online] , March 2020;

'During the glory days of radio drama in the 40s and 50s, the ABC and commercial entertainment companies were cranking out hundreds of episodes every week — feeding an audience, from Australia and beyond, all glued to the wireless to get their fix of serials like Dad and Dave or The Lawsons.' 

Radio Drama and Fiction Podcasts Are Having a Renaissance as Artists Make Television for Your Ears Hannah Reich , 2020 single work column
— Appears in: ABC News [Online] , March 2020;

'During the glory days of radio drama in the 40s and 50s, the ABC and commercial entertainment companies were cranking out hundreds of episodes every week — feeding an audience, from Australia and beyond, all glued to the wireless to get their fix of serials like Dad and Dave or The Lawsons.' 

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