Radio Australia's current affairs documentary radio programme.
Ear opening audio dynamite coming to you from the East coast: [specifically the bottom of the cliff where Marconi received the world's first trans-Atlantic radio signal in 1901.]
The documentary series of PRI's The World
Each week, we offer American radio listeners two in-depth documentaries from the
Classic radio documentaries from Radio Netherlands.
A wonderful documentary series from Irish Radio - RTE.
Sixty minutes of "driveway moments" culled from broadcasts, podcasts, sound-portraits, slam poets, features, found-sound, audio archives, audio art and docs
BBC 1xtra is a digital Broadcast station dedicated to new black music. The station has spokenword programming in line with its overall urban style, which makes for some edgy documentaries youth can actually relate to. From "Who Cares if I'm Fat" to "Homegrown: Cannabis", these down to Earth docs offer the "real talk of the streets."
IFC, about Radio Feature [...] This conference travels across the world [...] about radio feature [...] organized in most of the CAPITALS of RADIO.
The Kitchen Sisters, Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, are award winning documentary producers who have been working together for more than twenty-five years. They are unique and make exciting radio. Not to be missed.
Works with people to document their own lives for public radio: teenagers, seniors, prison inmates and others whose voices are rarely heard. People share their stories in their own words, becoming reporters of their own lives.
Radiolab believes your ears are a portal to another world. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience. Big questions are investigated, tinkered with, and encouraged to grow.
The world makes a lot of noise...this is a remix of sound bites, found sound and laudable audio layered into radiodocs by skilled hunter gatherers of sound!
Voice mail messages, tourist videos, interviews, sound recordings, and stories reconstruct the history of the World Trade towers.
Innovatively creative audio profiles of people surviving on the margins in the US.
From the BBC, Music stories, Life stories, and Culture stories for your listening pleasure.
Collecting the stories of everyday people; the heart of storycorps is a conversation between two people who are important to each other. Everybody's story matters and every life counts
Australian Radio documentary connoisseurs: simple stories, complex mixes, exciting sound experiences, imaginative audio essays, docu-dramas (both serious and satirical) and radio verité. The subject matter is equally varied--from philosophy and cultural studies to real life and sound adventures
Also from Australia: Tales of ordinary and extraordinary lives, sound adventures and fresh perspectives on the way ideas and culture intersect with contemporary life
"To begin with...they never got along". The Third Coast International audio festival collected radio documentary shorts inspired by this premise.
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