Each Tuesdays, 2-3pm
Tues-Sat, 12-1pm, 2020
1-2pm, 25 April 2020
‘Land Swimming’ is a swimming radio show centred on a series of land swimming lessons for these Covid-19 restrictions. Join Oonagh Slater and Megan Payne as they dive into the depths of lack, missing and yearning for swimming. They will share exchanges on how they are trying to fulfil their desire for swimming, and how through their trying, they are still swimming now on land.
Each episode will feature a different on land “swimming lesson”. A guided practice for swimming without large bodies of water at hand. These will be accompanied by reflections, readings and music to support your water and land swimming practices and satiate your withdrawals. Through practice and discussions they write a love letter to swimming and water.
Land Swimming will teach you to swim whatever your limits, to pool water inside and around you. These swimming lessons are for anyone, regardless of prior experience, and regardless of intention to swim in water in the future.
For the 12th June episode, we recommend you direct your support to: https://paytherent.net.au/
For the 5th June episode, One of our featured musicians Beverly-Copeland (a 76-year-old African-American trans man, whose music only reached a larger audience when he was in his 70s, even though his discography dates back to the 1970s) has been impacted by Covid-19. He and his partner Elizabeth are struggling with financial support and accommodation:
Land Swimming - Introduction
Land Swimming - Floating
Land Swimming - Water Play ft. A COMPETITION
Land Swimming - At the Beach
Land Swimming - a playlist: being held and supported by water
Land Swimming - a playlist that offers a sense momentum, and lull, stream and push us into action
Land Swimming - Rivers
Land Swimming - Deep Water
Land Swimming - Sea myths, legends, tales and underwater worlds
Land Swimming - Meditation into magical waters
Land Swimming - a Playlist
Land Swimming - Lake
Land Swimming - Vessel and Medicine
Land Swimming - Longing
Land Swimming - Winter, frozen water & preservation
Land Swimming - Spring: watering and warming