Working with Sound: Silvi Vann-Wall and Izzie Austin (Pill Pop)
Silvi Vann-Wall and Izzie Austin – co-creators and producers of Pill Pop – discuss camaraderie, vulnerability and offering genuine insight into being chronically ill.
Working with Sound: Elizabeth Kulas
Elizabeth Kulas is the host of the new ABC podcast, Days Like These. She reflects on recording her podcast from home during Covid-19, the importance of an editor and why producing can be the perfect precursor to hosting.
Finding Your Tribe: Two impressions at Audiocraft 2018
Ben Tupas and Lindsey Green reflect on what they learned at Audiocraft Podcast Festival 2018 – exploring Australian identity, ambition, independence and more.
Communication and Community: A first-timer’s notes on Third Coast Festival 2017
Sydney-based producer Jessica Hamilton unpacks what she learned attending Chicago’s Third Coast International Audio Festival late in 2017.
Working With Sound: Amy Hanley
Melbourne-based student producer Amy Hanley talks space, time and expansion – and tells us about some of the leftfield approaches and inspirations behind her work.
Working with Sound: Amy McQuire
Curtain co-producer Amy McQuire chats to us about Aboriginal broadcasting as a path to criminal and social justice – and the frustration of trying to convince mainstream audiences to care.
Working with Sound: André Dao and Michael Green (The Messenger)
Michael Green and André Dao – both producers for the documentary podcast The Messenger – discuss text, sound, and the love of a good spreadsheet.
Working with Sound: Marc Fennell
Marc Fennell is the creator of the ABC’s award-winning media and technology programme Download This Show. He spoke to us about media diversity, Australian voices and editing with your eyes closed.
Working with Sound: Daniel Browning
Daniel Browning (AWAYE!) tells us about his language-focussed spin-off series, Word Up, the necessity of patient interviewing, and how radio reporting brings you into people’s lives.
Working with Sound: Jess Ong and Rosa Ellen (SPUN Stories)
Jess Ong and Rosa Ellen produce the SPUN Stories podcast. They told us about the perils of recording under a doona when you live in the tropics – and why there’s more to the Top End than crocodiles.