1. Episode 1 – Fucking Up51:13The first episode of the series explores fucking up, with theatre maker Chris Thorpe. In 2011, Hannah and Chris made a show together called The Oh Fuck Moment – a show about how we culturally handle mistakes, asking audiences to celebrate them instead. In 2014, Hannah and Chris made a series of mistakes that fucked up their working relationship. This episode asks, how do you get back into a room together, even if you believe the other to be wrong? This episode asks what kind of mistake-maker you might be.Created by Hannah Jane Walker. Sound design by Hana Walker-Brown. Artist wellbeing practitioner — Lou Platt. Outside eye — Ross Sutherland. Supported by Arts Council England
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2. Episode 2 – Real Friends27:59The second episode of this series looks at friendship, with playwright Rachel Mariner. Pre-Covid, Rachel and Hannah developed a theatre piece exploring friendship and its impact on wellbeing. In this episode, they look at the impact of Covid-19 on friendship. They explore finding a language to talk about friendship, and whether friendship is something that gets de-prioritised alongside romantic relationships and conventional family units. This episode asks what kind of friend you are, what your friends offer and whether you are getting what you need.Created by Hannah Jane Walker. Sound design by Hana Walker-Brown. Artist wellbeing practitioner — Lou Platt. Outside eye — Ross Sutherland. Supported by Arts Council England.
3. Episode 3 – You Know It Knows33:18The final episode of this series is about breath and breathing, with poet Ross Sutherland. Covid 19 has placed us all into a state of suspended threat and hyper vigilance which, whether or not we realise it, has had an effect on our bodies and minds. This piece asks, how do we live under threat and stay well.Created by Hannah Jane Walker. Sound design by Hana Walker-Brown. Artist wellbeing practitioner — Lou Platt. Outside eye — Ross Sutherland. This episode was commissioned by Cambridge Junction as part of HOME Manchester Homemakers series 2020. Supported by Arts Council England.