EP2 – Dancewize’s Steph Tzanetis and Prof. David Penington


Nick and Ash discuss the news from the week.

Interview #1

Steph Tzanetis is the co-ordinator of DanceWize, a peer-based harm reduction program for festivals around Victoria. Steph recently visited Lisbon, Portugal to attend the Club Health conference, focused on harm reduction for the night life. We talked to Steph about her time in Lisbon and what she learned while in a country that has one of the most progressive drug policies in the world.

In A Perfect World (podcast)

Rak Razam is an experiential journalist who has traveled around the world, exploring issues around psychedelics, especially the esoteric and archaic revival. Only a small snippet of Rak’s full program was played on the show. Make sure you click the link to listen to his full podcast.

In A Perfect World

YOU can now support this podcast via BitCoin:1DqzQqRuYwApTyA6n3q6ff6hPwbfhmTHmy A regular series of “experiential journalism” podcasts exploring the evolution of the new global paradigm. In a Perfect World will chart the meetings, musings and collective dreamings of gonzo reporter Rak Razam amongst the cultural creatives of the global tribe,the Ultraculture of the 21st century.


Interview #2

Professor David Penington is one of Australia’s leading intellectuals and public health experts. Professor Penington joins the show to discuss a recent article on the possibility of legalising MDMA to be sold through pharmacies.

Call to make ecstasy legal and sell it at pharmacies

Normal text size Larger text size Very large text size Australians should be able to buy a pure form of the drug ecstasy from their local pharmacy to curtail the harm caused by contaminated blackmarket pills, a Melbourne pharmacist and a leading doctor say.




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