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Delia Falconer & Indira Naidoo

Sydney Writers' Festival

The newest works of non-fiction by Australian writers Delia Falconer and Indira Naidoo offer deeply personal and profound meditations on our relationship with the natural world. Delia’s Signs and Wonders explores how it feels to live as a reader, writer, mother and lover of nature in an era of extreme ecological change. Indira’s The Space Between the Stars is the poignant story of awakening to the power of nature in the wake of her sister’s passing. They appear in conversation with Suzanne Leal. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate and follow our channel. Sydney Writers' Festival podcasts are available on all major podcast platforms.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

53mins

9 Dec 2022

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Finding Healing in Unexpected Places with Indira Naidoo

Good Mourning Grief Podcast

Our conversation today is with journalist, broadcaster, and author Indira Naidoo. She joins us to talk about the loss of her sister Manika and how she found solace and strength by being in nature. We discuss the shock that comes after a traumatic loss, the impact of sibling grief, and how family members cope differently. (TW: suicide mentioned)Buy a copy of Indira's book The Space Between the Stars here.Thanks to today’s sponsor, Griefline. For more information or to access their support programs and services, visit griefline.org.au. Connect with us Shop our affirmation cards for grief and loss at www.goodmourning.com.auFollow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcastJoin our private Facebook support group here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

54mins

8 Sep 2022

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INDIRA NAIDOO: midlife lessons in grief from stars, weeds, feathers and trees.

FORTY

Author, journalist, and television and radio presenter Indira Naidoo on: life lessons from weeds and feathers how a giant tree became a friend after the death of her sister why and how she chose to ‘fast-track’ her grief the joy of jumping in puddles and rolling down hills in her fifties. Every woman has a story to tell. This is Indira’s. CREDITS: Hosts: Lise Carlaw and Sarah Wills Guest: Indira Naidoo Instagram: @dearindira Book: The Space Between The Stars Producer: Jason Strozkiy - www.strozkiymedia.com CONTACT: Email: hello@thosetwogirls.com.au Instagram: @liseandsarah Facebook: Those Two Girls Web: thefortyedit.com.au Book: Forty Favours the Brave See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

48mins

14 Aug 2022

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Indira Naidoo: on using writing to explore grief

Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading

Award-winning journalist and author Indira Naidoo talks to Cheryl Akle about losing her sister, and how she used writing to explore grief. Her book, The Space Between the Stars, is out now.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

29mins

27 Jul 2022

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Australian Non-Fiction - Indira Naidoo & Peter FitzSimons

Tell Me What To Read

This is Tell Me What To Read, the podcast of Booktopia, Australia's Local Bookstore. This week, we discuss some of the best new releases in Australian Non-Fiction, as Stefania sits down with Indira Naidoo, author of The Space Between The Stars, and Peter FitzSimons, author of The Opera House. WARNING: Indira's interview discusses topics of mental health, listener discretion is advised. If you or anyone you know is struggling with mental health, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.  *Producer's Note: Due to our team being in social isolation, the sound quality is more variable. Interviews In this podcast:Indira Naidoo - The Space Between The Stars: 0:54-29:35Peter FitzSimons - The Opera House: 29:45-56:01 Books mentioned in this podcast:Indira Naidoo - The Space Between The Stars: https://bit.ly/3JqS1G9Peter FitzSimons - The Opera House: https://bit.ly/3LGBNKp Host: Nick WasilievInterviewer: Stefania CapognaGuests: Indira Naidoo & Peter FitzSimonsProducer: Nick Wasiliev Season: 2 Episode: 26 Join us for our bi-weekly show with episodes going out every Wednesday and Friday! Join us on Wednesdays as we speak to authors from Australia and around the world about their latest books, and hit us up on Fridays for the books that we are reading and recommending! Originally Published: 6th April 2022

57mins

23 May 2022

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431: Indira Naidoo on Processing Grief by Reconnecting with Nature

Osher Günsberg: Better Than Yesterday

Indira Naidoo is a journalist, broadcaster and Author from Sydney Australia. Her latest book 'The Space Between the Stars' is out now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr 1min

8 May 2022

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Indira Naidoo | Losing My Sister & Finding Solace in Urban Nature

Uninterrupted by Women’s Health Australia

For as long as broadcaster Indira Naidoo can remember, her two sisters have always been by her side. With only a year between each of them, they were inseparable, almost like triplets. For almost 50 years, they shared every moment of their lives with one another. Until Indira's younger sister Manika took her own life. In this episode, Indira talks to our executive editor Kara Byers about the impact her sister's death has had on her, which she writes about in her new book The Space Between the Stars (Murdoch Books, $32.99), her grief journey, and how she found solace and healing in urban nature, including an unlikely connection with a 100-year-old fig tree and looking to the night sky.This podcast discusses suicide and death by suicide. If you are struggling or having suicidal thoughts call 000 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.CREDITS:This podcast was hosted by WH executive editor Kara Byers (https://www.instagram.com/karabyers/) and produced by WH editor-in-chief Lizza Gebilagin (https://instagram.com/lizza_marie/), with additional sound editing by Abby Williams.For more from Women’s Health Australia, check out https://www.instagram.com/womenshealthaus/, https://www.womenshealth.com.au/ or find the print and digital editions of the magazine at https://www.womenshealth.com.au/subscribe-to-womens-health-australia-magazine. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

36mins

3 May 2022

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Indira Naidoo ‘It was the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to do’

The Jess Rowe Big Talk Show

Indira Naidoo is a  much loved journalist, author, TV anchor and radio host. Over her 30 year award winning journalistic career, Indira has become well known to many Australians. In this episode Indira and Jess discuss the power of slowing down, putting down our devices and being present in nature to heal. Indira reveals why it was important to not only accept her younger sisters death, but through her grief find meaning and a greater sense of purpose on why she’s here. Indira wants us to know that the joy and the connection that we can find in nature is all around us, we just have to notice it. Follow Indira on instagram and find out more from her beautiful book ‘The Space Between the Stars” Content Warning: This conversation touches on suicide, if this brings up any issues for you, help is available by calling 13 11 14 for a safe place to talk day and night.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

41mins

12 Apr 2022

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Indira Naidoo: losing a sister and finding healing

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After her younger sister died suddenly, broadcaster Indira Naidoo's world was shattered. Then she turned to her urban landscape for solace (CW: mentions suicide)

53mins

7 Apr 2022

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Indira Naidoo - How nature healed tragedy

Powerful Stories with Tory Archbold

It's such a powerful question when you ask yourself, "Who am I?" ABC Broadcaster and best-selling Author Indira Naidoo spent many hours sitting by a tree and listening to the secret whispers that come from inside us. She discovered who she was by simply slowing down and immersing herself in mother nature. She shares with Tory Archbold on the Powerful Stories podcast how she learned during the Australian lockdown what it must have been like for so many other broadcasters during conflicts and war as it was the closest we've come to that kind of environment in Australia, where you just have to trust that who we are and what we know and how strong our community is will get us through whatever this 'thing' is we are dealing with. She found her 'tree' and her life purpose after her sister took her life during lockdown and share's the power of how she survived this time, traversing between two worlds - the public and private  - to come out the other side stronger and passionate about advocating the power of nature as a natural healing source. Her book The Space between Stars explains how we can live to our fullest life potential when we take the time to invest in healing our mind, body and spirit. You can follow Indira Naidoo on instagram @dearindira Where to Find Tory and join one of her powerful business mentoring programs: Website: https://powerful-steps.com/ Instagram: @powerfulsteps LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tory-archbold-b8542715/ Powerful Steps Coffee Challenge: https://powerful-steps.com/coffee-challenge/.  Youtube Channel:  Powerful Steps - YouTube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

26mins

6 Apr 2022

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