What’s it like to be in prison with your mum? And what’s it like to be a mum in prison? Tegan can tell you about both.
Tegan’s story is part of the BIRDS EYE VIEW Podcast, presented by StoryProjects, made with women inside the Darwin Correctional Centre.
Contributions: Sylvia, Noelene, Kaye, Aimee, Kelly-Anne, Bianca, Trisha, Kiara, Brooklyn, Taise, Rocket, Deanne, Jessica, Naomi, Serafina, Julie, Tegan, Joan, Philomena, Yasmin, Sofi, Kirsty-Louise, Jessee, Beccy, Gillian, Karen, Kym, Tara and Ashley.
Executive Production: Johanna Bell
Production: Cinnamon Nippard, Leah Sanderson and Johanna Bell
Mixing: Hamish Robertson
Music Coordination: Ben Andrews
Theme music: 'Worth It' by Caiti Baker
Additional music: Bat Hazzard, Sietta and Caiti Baker (full music credits)
Graphic and web design: Celia Neilson
Legal advice: Kathryn Wilson
Online production: Jess Ong
“When they said that I was coming to prison at the watch house, I got to speak to my mum. She was in prison before me and she said just go up to these people and tell them that I’m her daughter and everything will be okay.”
Please note that this story contains material that may be disturbing, especially for survivors of trauma. Aboriginal and Torres Strait people are advised that the story may contain the names and voices of people who have passed away.