“I feel like an in-betweener.”

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Peter Brown came to Australia from England in the late 1960’s as a ‘ten pound tourist’. He talks with his daughter Susan James about his experience of being an immigrant in Australia.

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

“We seem to work best in the heartfelt realms of the soul.”

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The Sweet Chilli choir is a group of women who have been singing together in Maleny for years. Choir ‘leader’ Stephanie Arlidge talks with friend and long standing Sweet Chilli member Rhonda Scahill about why it’s such a special choir.

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

“I just loved her company.”

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Alan Franks tells his daughter Dominique the story of how he and Dom’s mother got together. And Dom reveals a gorgeous secret….

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland

“He opened the door and he took the baby out to show them.”

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Hilda Penney shares stories with her daughter, Lyn Burgess, about her granddad’s time in early Witta, including an important meeting with local Aboriginal people.

Recorded in Maleny, Queensland