"This f---ing boat"

"This f---ing boat"

Update: 2019-10-0725


Episode one. North Korean cargo ship the Pong Su comes dangerously close to Australia’s Great Ocean Road shoreline as part of a high-risk, high-reward operation to import a record amount of heroin. Coastal locals have never seen anything like it.

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Reporter - Richard Baker (Get in touch: rbaker@theage.com.au )
Executive Producer - Rachael Dexter
Narrative Consultant - Kate Cole-Adams
Consulting Producer - Siobhan McHugh
Music & Composition - Vicki Hansen
Sound design & mixing - John Greenfield
Script translations - Yan Zhuang
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Chin Kwang Lee is played by Andy Song
Kiam Fah Teng is played by Anthony Ting
Yau Kim Lam is played by Jason Chong
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The poem you heard at the start of this episode is titled ‘Waves’ by South Korean poet Cho Oh-hyun, read by Jason Chong.

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Comments (3)

Bob Marty

th LP llli nov immediate my thel

Oct 21st

Donna Dicks

love it - real aussie description and story that I cant help but wonder how overseas audiences will enjoy but I certainly do and I remember that f**king boat from just down the coast at warrnambool

Oct 12th
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