The episode centres on the power of memories. We speak of the narrative communion we felt whilst narrating other people’s memories and being thus made part of someone else’s life and perspective, particularly in times when meeting people was so much less possible.
This is the series we both most enjoyed producing and we leave it with a heavy heart. It is the series which offered the two of us a fast track lesson in humanity, with all its facets and all its beauty.
We recommend Rashomon, a film which centres on the power of stories and storytelling.
The series has closed, but we still accept stories of 2020. If possible, I would like to bring all the stories together, into something which can last through time. So please send your story
You can listen to all this series’ episodes on the app. Together, they constitute an uplifting narrative of last year.
The podcast is on a break in March. We are planning to return in April with a Planet Project special.
Lastly, THANK YOU to everyone who has shared stories, listened to the podcast, sent comments, messages and letters. For us this has been the most fulfilling series yet and it feels very emotional to close it today.
Series 3 of My Beautiful Stories podcast offered a space for YOUR STORIES to be heard. You can listen to the first story from our audience here.
Share your stories of 2020 with us and let's create a safe space where to keep a memento of what 2020 really was like - the beauty, the humanity, the heartbreak.
We invite a diversity of voices to join us in telling the stories of 2020.
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