doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0000088 , 10.34847/cocoon.4fb5775a-2ed5-405d-b009-636da1457b18
Lik Simelum talks about his life history and career in education in Vanuatu, before and after independence.
doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0000092 , 10.34847/cocoon.129b8f9b-7dd3-4a1b-987a-aae42fb57079
doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0000146 , 10.34847/cocoon.016bd5a4-ed75-47e1-a719-ec542d9a2bc5
Jim Moloul Isaiah tells a story about how Lopevi came to have a volcano after killing the wrong pig.
doi: 10.24397/pangloss-0000104 , 10.34847/cocoon.47e699b4-1516-47f5-9110-eb385bb5b2fd
Maggie tells a story about a grandparent and grandchild who go collecting nuts, which ends badly for the child.
Elder Saksak talks about breadfruit, how it grows and how to eat it.
doi: 10.34847/cocoon.8356adab-be53-4599-bf76-741279ecaedf , 10.24397/pangloss-0000102
Lilon tells a story about what happens when someone ignores a taboo on fishing in a stream.
Lesni Simelum chats about her family.
doi: 10.34847/cocoon.21c03edb-e4d6-4413-81bc-de05743e8f43 , 10.24397/pangloss-0000116
Aram Luke talks about the experience of Cyclone Pam in a store in Endu.
Merry talks about her baby and how they experienced Cyclone Pam and decided to name the baby after the cyclone.