I’ll be heading to the US for five weeks in Sept/October 2011 to check out their ways of telling stories on radio – and to pay homage to Studs Terkel in Chicago. Have discovered a Chinese version of Studs – amazing oral historian (and poet/performance artist/dissident) called Liao Yiwu. Read his book, ‘The Corpse Walker’ – the people jump off the pages, no artifice, astonishing stories.
- S-TOWN: an epic audio journey into the mystery of the human heart
- Phoebe’s Fall and podcasting (again)
- We three podcasting queens hit Vienna – and an Australian challenger to Serial
- From the new Oral History Reader to contemporary Aboriginal art and the Irish National Association centenary
- Mesmerising: IFC Leipzig
2011 Abbey Theatre Abraham Lincoln Alan Hall Alistair Thomson Anne Dunn Audio storytelling Banished Women Chris Brookes cranberry bogs David K Dunaway democracy Druid Theatre Edwin De Brys ethics committee Famine Atlas Famine Girls Francesca Panetta Freddie White Gogol Hugo Lavett human rights IFC Jakarta Jeannine Baker Jens Jarisch Jill Kitson Jo Kijas justice Kari Hesthamar Kathy Tu Kevin Bradley Kyla Brettle Laura Starecheski law Leipzig Leo Braun lynching Maeliosa Stafford Marrying Out Michelle Boyd Michelle Rayner National Library of Australia Nikoleta Atanasova non-fiction Norman Corwin oral historian oral history Pejk Malinovski penicillin plagiarism radio RadioDoc Review radio documentary Radiolab Radio National remix Rene Farabet Rikke Houd Rob Willis Sean Street Sharon Davis Siobhan McHugh sonic storytelling Studs Terkel TG4 This American Life. 360 Documentaries Tim Crook transcription Varuna Vietnam war violence Virginia Madsen Wheeler Centre writing for radio