Human Resources is a three-part podcast series by poet and theatre-maker Hannah Jane Walker, exploring the simple complicated task of being a person. Each episode poses a question that seems too simple to ask: How do we deal with our mistakes? Is friendship fundamental to our survival? How do we keep breathing through a crisis? Through storytelling, documentary and poetry, Hannah and her collaborators open up a space of care and creative challenge in which they invite their listeners to consider the unlikely sources of potential resource in their own lives, and how they might use them a little differently.
Sound design by Hana Walker-Brown. Artist welfare practitioner — Lou Platt. Outside eye — Ross Sutherland. Episode 3 commissioned by Cambridge Junction as part of HOME Manchester’s Homemakers series 2020. Supported by Arts Council England.
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