Shockwaves The Bali Bombings

Shockwaves The Bali Bombings

Shockwaves: The Bali Bombings is an audio documentary series that explores the lives of people in Australia and Bali who are impacted by the Bali Bombings. This podcast shares their resilience in dealing with this trauma, and what they’ve l

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Shockwaves: The Bali Bombings Trailer

A new podcast from Network 10 and LiSTNR. Shockwaves: The Bali Bombings is an audio documentary series exploring the lives of people in Australia and Bali directly impacted by the Bali Bombings. This podcast reveals their personal stories 20 years on from that night. Hosted by Ali Donaldson, a senior journalist from Network 10, who was one of the first Australian journalists on the scene.

Shockwaves: The Bali Bombings Trailer

A new podcast from Network 10 and LiSTNR. Shockwaves: The Bali Bombings is an audio documentary series exploring the lives of people in Australia and Bali directly impacted by the Bali Bombings. This podcast reveals their personal stories 20 years on from that night. Hosted by Ali Donaldson, a senior journalist from Network 10, who was one of the first Australian journalists on the scene.

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15 Aug 22

Episode One: The Bombings

On 12 October 2002, a trip to a nightclub in Kuta - Bali’s tourist district - ends with 202 people dead. A series of bombs are detonated, killing many instantly and leaving others trapped. Those who survive the initial blasts clamber to escape against unimaginable scenes.  Shocked and injured, survivors try to find their mates while helping those around them. This episode includes the recollections of Erik de Haart and Simon Quayle. Hosted by Network 10 Senior Journalist, Ali Donaldson, who arrived the next day to cover the story.  Content Warning: This episode includes graphic descriptions of a terrorist attack and its aftermath. If this raises anything for you, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14.  

Episode One: The Bombings

On 12 October 2002, a trip to a nightclub in Kuta - Bali’s tourist district - ends with 202 people dead. A series of bombs are detonated, killing many instantly and leaving others trapped. Those who survive the initial blasts clamber to escape against unimaginable scenes.  Shocked and injured, survivors try to find their mates while helping those around them. This episode includes the recollections of Erik de Haart and Simon Quayle. Hosted by Network 10 Senior Journalist, Ali Donaldson, who arrived the next day to cover the story.  Content Warning: This episode includes graphic descriptions of a terrorist attack and its aftermath. If this raises anything for you, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14.  

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EP01 - S1

24 Aug 22

Episode Two: The Hunt for the Bombers

AFP officer Andy Thorp arrives in Kuta to find who is responsible for the Bali Bombings. The trial of the bombers leads us to Ni Luh Erniati, a Balinese woman who lost her husband in the attacks, but through finding forgiveness now works to stop the spread of extremism. Hosted by Network 10 Senior Journalist, Ali Donaldson.  Content Warning: This episode includes descriptions of violence and loss in the aftermath of a terrorist attack. If this raises anything for you, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14. 

Episode Two: The Hunt for the Bombers

AFP officer Andy Thorp arrives in Kuta to find who is responsible for the Bali Bombings. The trial of the bombers leads us to Ni Luh Erniati, a Balinese woman who lost her husband in the attacks, but through finding forgiveness now works to stop the spread of extremism. Hosted by Network 10 Senior Journalist, Ali Donaldson.  Content Warning: This episode includes descriptions of violence and loss in the aftermath of a terrorist attack. If this raises anything for you, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14. 

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24 Aug 22

Episode Three: The Carers

Have you lived through a time when everyone does their very best?”. This is the question asked by Dr Fiona Wood - renowned burns specialist - as she tells us what it was like to take care of those who were injured. We also hear from Indonesian medical staff on their tireless work during the aftermath, the close ties that were forged between countries and the medical innovations that came from destruction.

Episode Three: The Carers

Have you lived through a time when everyone does their very best?”. This is the question asked by Dr Fiona Wood - renowned burns specialist - as she tells us what it was like to take care of those who were injured. We also hear from Indonesian medical staff on their tireless work during the aftermath, the close ties that were forged between countries and the medical innovations that came from destruction.

21:15

EP03 - S1

31 Aug 22

Episode Four: Healing

How do you go back to everyday life after surviving a terrorist attack? Simon and Norri Quayle and former AFP officer Andy Thorp speak to the importance of mateship and connection in the face of overcoming trauma. We hear about the small, simple gestures offering hope to anyone grappling with the unbearable.

Episode Four: Healing

How do you go back to everyday life after surviving a terrorist attack? Simon and Norri Quayle and former AFP officer Andy Thorp speak to the importance of mateship and connection in the face of overcoming trauma. We hear about the small, simple gestures offering hope to anyone grappling with the unbearable.

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EP04 - S1

31 Aug 22

Episode 5: The Storytellers

What does it mean to be the custodian of people’s last moments? In this episode, you’ll hear from survivors of The Bali Bombings- along with our host Ali Donaldson - on the impact of telling their stories over the past two decades. This episode is about the importance of preserving memory and re-writing our own narratives. Content warning: This episode contains discussion of suicide and self-harm, as well as graphic descriptions of the aftermath of the Bali Bombings.

Episode 5: The Storytellers

What does it mean to be the custodian of people’s last moments? In this episode, you’ll hear from survivors of The Bali Bombings- along with our host Ali Donaldson - on the impact of telling their stories over the past two decades. This episode is about the importance of preserving memory and re-writing our own narratives. Content warning: This episode contains discussion of suicide and self-harm, as well as graphic descriptions of the aftermath of the Bali Bombings.

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EP05 - S1

7 Sep 22

Episode 6: A Child Survivor’s Story.

Megan Basioli was the youngest West Australian survivor of the bombings. Twenty years on, she tells us how she coped as a teenager, and how some teenage boys stepped up becoming very special people in her life. We also return to Bali and meet local Daniel Herri for some final words on the importance of spirituality in healing. Also in this episode: Ni Luh Erniati, Andy Thorp, Erik De Haart Content warning: This episode contains graphic descriptions of the aftermath of the Bali Bombings.

Episode 6: A Child Survivor’s Story.

Megan Basioli was the youngest West Australian survivor of the bombings. Twenty years on, she tells us how she coped as a teenager, and how some teenage boys stepped up becoming very special people in her life. We also return to Bali and meet local Daniel Herri for some final words on the importance of spirituality in healing. Also in this episode: Ni Luh Erniati, Andy Thorp, Erik De Haart Content warning: This episode contains graphic descriptions of the aftermath of the Bali Bombings.

24:32

EP06 - S1

7 Sep 22

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