MH Rahmani and New York

MH can be described as a designer, maker, programmer, tinkerer or even the juicy ‘creative technologist’. He’s originally from Iran and works at the crossover between art and digital engineering. It was a pleasure to hear his incredibly up-beat and reflective take on the Big Apple on this edition of re:location.

Broken Hill

This edition of re: location is about the loyalty and commitment of locals to Broken Hill and some of the challenges attached to maintaining that sense of home. Have a listen.

Trevor, AJ and Bendigo

On this episode of re:location, we bring you the story of AJ and Trevor's friendship. It’s a story that involves cricket, multiculturalism and a lot of community mindedness. Have a listen.

James Thomson and Shepparton

Wildlife Brewing brews incredible beer and James has a real passion for his home city. I think this shines through in the interview, as he talks about brewing for locals, how Wildlife has navigated Covid-19 and his impressions of Shep. Have a listen!


What I like about Shepparton is that people walk about with a spring in their step and have a real warmth and friendliness. It’s visibly diverse and the people who I met and talked with had a way of making me feel very welcome. Have a listen


Toula Drimonis and Paige Saunders come to Montreal with very different backgrounds but both are incredible representatives for their city. The two live and breathe Montreal and dedicate their time to creating engaging and thoughtful media highlighting how the city ticks. Have a listen.

Chris Davis and Bogota

Chris is an educator, musician, podcaster and an excellent storyteller. He’s been in Bogota for the last ten years and he’s really seen the city transform. Have a listen!

Deon Bing and Cape Town

I think you’re going to enjoy this edition of re:location where Deon and I discuss life in Cape Town, the impact of Covid-19 and some of the the challenges the city is facing.  


Did you know the bicycle and car were both invented in Mannheim? In the second episode of re:location, Matthias and Julia bring the city to life.

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