Quarantine Dreams
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Since the Covid-19 crisis began, people around the world have reported that their dreams are more vivid and bizarre than usual: from nightmares about overcrowded trains or Donald Trump sneezing on them, to wistful dreams about their favourite restaurant. What can we learn from this strange new phenomenon?

Check out my latest documentary, made for the ABC’s Radio National, here.

Co-producer: Claire Crofton

Image by Dr Deirdre Barrett

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