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Best Day Worst Day is 12-part podcast series where we find out a bit more about some of Australia's most longstanding LGBTQIA+ community advocates. They will share a good time they've had and a bad time they've had, and any lesson they've learnt along the way.

Creatrix Tiara is a creative producer, writer and performance artist who is interested in exploring liminality, community, and identity through the perspective of a queer genderqueer immigrant disabled femme of colour.

Supported by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, VicHealth and Creative Brimbank. Produced by Sam Elkin.

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Susan Maco Forrester is a Queer Somali-Australian sound and visual artist. As a child Susan migrated from London to Australia with her family and lives and works on the lands of the people of the Kulin Nations, in Melbourne Victoria Australia. As an accomplished digital artist and creative producer, Susan specialises in community based, contemporary arts and cultural projects.

Supported by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, VicHealth and Creative Brimbank. Produced by Sam Elkin.

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Claire Shiona is a national diversity and inclusion officer, bisexual advocate, Judith Lucy enthusiast, co-organiser of Tomboy Melbourne and DJ Bangerz ‘n’ Mash.

Supported by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, VicHealth and Creative Brimbank. Produced by Sam Elkin.

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Bastian Fox Phelan is a writer, musician and zinemaker living in Mulubinba Newcastle, Australia on the land of the Awabakal people. Bastian is currently writing a memoir about female facial hair, which will be published later this year by Giramondo. They are part of dream pop duo Moonsign.

Supported by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, VicHealth and Creative Brimbank. Produced by Sam Elkin.

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Dr Kathleen Williams is a researcher of media and technology, memory and materiality at the University of Tasmania. She is currently working on a history of broadcast failures, or silences, in order to speculate what the future of broadcast may look like.

Supported by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, VicHealth and Creative Brimbank. Produced by Sam Elkin.

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Nikki Viveca is a multidisciplinary artist, whose work encompasses standup, performance poetry, dance, theatre and improv and in any genre is reliably queer AF. She has been seen recently in her solo show Wasp Movie and in the cabaret spectacular Gender Euphoria.

Supported by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, VicHealth and Creative Brimbank. Produced by Sam Elkin.

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Best Day Worst Day is proudly supported by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, VicHealth and Creative Brimbank.

Produced by Sam Elkin.

We acknowledge the Kulin Nations as sovereign custodians of the land on which we work, and extend respects to elders, past, present and emerging.