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Episode 22 - Bashir and the Mountain

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Episode 22 - Bashir and the Mountain

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Human/Ordinary brings you stories about our culture, our relationships, and the extraordinary feat of being alive. In 2019, four producers will bring you sixteen stories about the ordinary and amazing.

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A fatal avalanche in Kashmir sees Human/Ordinary producer, Mic Cavazzini, pursue the truth of what happened and why, as he investigates the social and economic drivers that almost ensure it will happen again.Produced by Mic CavazziniOriginal music by Kent SutherlandAlso featuring previously published songs: Darling Have I Told You and Calico by Ben Carey On The Spot and Backward by David Szesztay African Heartbeat by Gregor Huebner Kas Vanay Yem Setam by Naseem-Ul Haq Beyond the Walls by Nicholas Caffrey and Stephen Davidson.+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +Human/Ordinary is produced in Melbourne and Sydney by Sam Loy, Mic Cavazzini, Cinnamon Nippard and May JasperScore a t-shirt and ad-free episodes by subscribing at pozible.com/profile/humanordinary-podcastFor more on the show...Website: humanordinary.comFacebook: facebook.com/humanordinarypodcastTwitter: @humanordinarypcPlanet Broadcasting: planetbroadcasting.comCheck out Book Cheat here: https://www.planetbroadcasting.com/our-shows/book-cheat/ Sponsors and promo codes...MVMT: mvmt.com/humanShipStation: shipstation.com (promo code - HUMAN)

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