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New episode: Seen & Unseen Aloud

Listen to a curated selection of recent Seen & Unseen articles. This episode: the moral algorithms of social media; stories of deep friendship, and Dungeons & Dragons' philosophical toolkit.

Nick is the senior editor of Seen & Unseen.

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This week we are exploring the surprising and different ways we find out about ourselves and the stories we inhabit - Graham Tomlin dives into the moral algorithms of social media; Adrian Urquidez and Neal Presa tell stories of deep friendship and Harry Gibbins unpacks Dungeons & Dragons' philosophical toolkit.

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Seen & Unseen Aloud: new episode

The spiritual Scorsese, Beyoncé's country fight, and sharing discomfort.

Natalie produces and narrates The Seen & Unseen Aloud podcast. She's an Anglican minister and a trained actor.

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In this week's episode, we are taken on a guided spiritual tour of Martin Scorsese's movies by Sonny Tindall; Krish Kandiah commends Beyoncé's country fight and Katherine Amphlett finds comfort in sharing her discomfort with others.