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  • One Step | Andrew Daddo

    One Step

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Andrew Daddo
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    Hilariously funny yet painfully poignant, this is a powerful and insightful story from a well-loved Australian writer. Dylan is struggling. He’s struggling with the acne that has declared war on his face, struggling with his pushy younger sister, with his nagging mum and his dad who never has time for him anymore, struggling with his old phone-me-down and struggling with his constant preoccupation with girls, and what might happen if he manages to snag one?

  • It's All Good | Andrew Daddo

    It's All Good

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    In 1991 Andrew Daddo was sacked as an MTV presenter. Rather than slink back to Australia immediately, Andrew and a guy he'd met at a party named Ray O'Neal set off on a month-long motorcycle journey across America. That summer spent riding cross-country with Ray forged a friendship that Andrew thought would last a lifetime. But in February 2004, Ray died in an accident. He left behind a wife and a young daughter, Rose.

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  • One Step | Andrew Daddo

    One Step

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    • By Andrew Daddo
    • Narrated By Andrew Daddo
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    Dylan is struggling. He's struggling with the acne that has declared war on his face, struggling with his pushy younger sister, with his nagging mum and his dad, who never has time for him anymore; struggling with his old phone-me-down; and struggling with his constant preoccupation with girls and what might happen if he manages to snag one. Struggling, but surviving. But when Dylan's creative-writing piece is read out in class, it sets off a chain of events that sends him on a frantic roller coaster of emotions.

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