Working with Sound: Jess O’Callaghan
The Party Room (and RN Drive) producer Jess O’Callaghan spoke to us about blending current affairs with creative audio, and the bounty of Australian sound right under our noses.
Working with Sound: Natalie Kestecher
Award-winning radio maker Natalie Kestecher blends documentary, performance and fiction in her unusual stories. She spoke to us about recording on the road, and what it is to truly become the muse.
Working with Sound: Emily Naismith and Ben Birchall (Ingredipedia)
Ingredipedia co-hosts Emily Naismith and Ben Birchall discuss colourful food stories and the value of a supportive Australian audio community.
Working with Sound: Kylie Sturgess
Kylie Sturgess is the Perth-based producer of Token Skeptic, 365 Days of Philosophy and more. She spoke to us about the importance of just giving things a go.
Working with Sound: Brodie Lancaster and Kamna Muddagouni (Can U Not?)
Kamna Muddagouni and Brodie Lancaster chat to us about their pop culture podcast, Can U Not? – and the challenges and benefits of a DIY approach.
Working with Sound: Wendy Zukerman
Wendy Zukerman is the creator and host of Science Vs (first for the ABC, now for US company Gimlet Media). We spoke to her about telling science stories with a healthy balance of facts, accuracy and rude bits.
Working with Sound: Sam Loy
Sam Loy produces the podcast Human/Ordinary. We spoke to him about finding compelling stories in ordinary places, and what motivates him to keep going with an independent project.
Working with Sound: Richard Fidler
Richard Fidler presents Conversations. He discusses the mini-series he co-produced – based on ancient Viking sagas – and about why making radio can be like producing music.
Working with Sound: Kyla Slaven
Kyla Slaven produces the kids ethics podcast Short & Curly. We talked to her about finding the fun in big ethical questions – and why kids are the perfect listening audience.
Working with Sound: Alicia Sometimes
Writer, musician, broadcaster and Outer Sanctum host Alicia Sometimes chats to us about melding science and art, and the spoken word soundscapes that first inspired her.