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SleepTalker

By Bec Fary

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Description

The show about sleep, dreams, nightmares and what happens in your head after dark. Originally an independent podcast, now a weekly community radio show on Triple R 102.7FM. 12-2am Wednesday nights/Thursday mornings AEDT. Hosted and produced by Bec Fary. SleepTalker is produced and broadcast on stolen land. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the owners and traditional custodians of this land - the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation - and to their Elders, past, present and emerging. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land.

Customer Reviews

Really good, do more

Puts me to sleep but also really interesting, have listened to a few on repeat, such as the lucid dreaming one, still haven't lucid dreamed though. Still good five stars.

A wonderful podcast with insight into everything sleepy

I am a fan of this podcast, it really is such an interesting subjact which very few people ever really cover in convesation. I usually meditate and listen to this podcast or other music, this last episode (#13) was a very curious one, I felt when Elenor described her incident as a child with a hand coming through her window a sudden recollection to my past. I could feel the memory flooding back to me, the image of someone just standing outside my window sinisterly looking in. I actually had to pause the podcast for a moment so I could properly concentrate on my breathing. I can't even tell if that image is from real life or dreaming. I just know that it was very powerful. I think this really shows the strength of this podcast, the way in which the vividness of dreams and things sleep related really do effect everyone. So I thank you Bec for bring this wonderful podcast ino existence and hope that you continue making it with the greatest confidence.

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