Working with Sound: Ellen Van Neerven
What piece of audio has had the most profound effect on you – as a listener, as an audio maker…
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Working with Sound: Karishma Luthria
Karishma Luthria shares her experience navigating her dual responsibilities as a producer reporting on a community she is a part of.
Working with Sound: Nicole Curby (The Wait)
Nicole Curby describes the process of collaborating with Mozhgan Moarefizadeh on The Wait – a podcast that uncovers how Australia is pushing its borders out, and the plight of refugees and asylum seekers.
Working with Sound: Rocket Bretherton and Johanna Bell (Birds Eye View)
Rocket Bretherton and Johanna Bell speak to us about the origins of Birds Eye View and the practical challenges of producing a podcast inside a prison.
Working with Sound: Mara Schwerdtfeger
Multidisciplinary artist and composer Mara Schwerdtfeger reveals how speculative conversations help shift perspectives in her piece Voicing; and contemplates the never-ending possibilities of time, space and sound.
Working with Sound: Wintana Kidane and Rahel Davies (Bittersweet)
Bittersweet co-founders and presenters, Wintana Kidane and Rahel Davies, reflect on the discipline and courage it takes to create and sustain your own platform.
Working with Sound: Kirsti Melville
Producer for ABC RN’s Earshot, and presenter of The History Listen, Kirsti Melville chats to us about working in remote areas of Western Australia, and learning to trust your instincts.
Working with Sound: Osman Faruqi
7am’s Osman Faruqi reflects on the ethical, and practical challenges of producing a daily news podcast; and what he’s learnt about narrative technique from Kanye West.
Working with Sound: Michelle Macklem
Artistic director of Constellations Michelle Macklem contemplates her style, rhythm and approach; and reveals her bratty mixer alter-ego.
Working with Sound: Laura Murphy-Oates
Full Story presenter and senior producer Laura Murphy-Oates talks about marrying daily news and audio documentary; and navigating the serious and the silly when it comes to news presenting.