Where I Belong is a podcast series produced by Wendy Love and presented by Museum of Brisbane.
Where I Belong inspires listeners to explore Brisbane through a patchwork of diverse stories, cultures, and perspectives. Each episode tells a story about a remarkable individual whose life and work is shaped by our city. Featuring writers, artists, performers and public figures, the podcast shares previously unheard stories about Brisbane and its people; who find purpose, make unexpected changes and celebrate the place – the landscape and its communities – where they belong. Their narratives traverse Brisbane’s broad reach – along the river, over the hills and out to the islands, offering new insights into shared experiences of this place.
You can hear the first nine episodes of Where I Belong featuring Trent Dalton, Delvene Cockatoo-Collins, Sallyanne Atkinson AO, Michael Zavros, Jenny Woodward, Wesley Enoch AM, Sean Sennett, Judy Watson and Mel Buttle on all your favourite streaming sites or on Museum of Brisbane’s website.
For a sneak peek, listen to the trailer below.
About Wendy Love
WENDY LOVE (host + producer) is a journalist, audio producer, and storyteller who has worked in Australia and the United States. Born in California, Wendy was a reporter and producer for NPR affiliate Houston Public Radio (USA). Her work also aired on American Public Media’s Marketplace. She first came to Australia in 2003 and, in recent years, produced The Art Show for ABC’s Radio National and a blog relating stories of non-profit and social enterprises. Wendy lives in inner Brisbane, the longest place she’s ever called home.