Sound rich listening…Part II

Here are some audio stories I recommend, because they're so timelessly good. This list is an extension of The Circular Edition 42: Sound rich listening.

Seminar about working with multiple languages, Oral History NSW, History Matters, June, 2021

This session of History Matters (Oral History NSW) explores ways we can value linguistic diversity and develop a fuller and more inclusive understanding of Australia’s multilingual past and present.

Audio Stories relating to Japan

Here is an unfinished collection of audio stories featuring aspects of Japan, people and things Japanese. Some are new, some are old, and in no particular order. If you like sound stories about Japan, peruse at your leisure. Suggestions most welcome

Review of Glow Season 1 on Netflix: storytelling in the Trump era

Review of Glow Season 1 on Netflix

GLOW is fabulous entertainment with crisp, witty dialogue and unexpectedly affecting poignant moments, like the emotionally intimate scenes between sleazy director Sam and the protagonist Ruth. Yet GLOW avoids being too earnestly up its own arse by being fun and just downright silly most of the time.

Review of Podcast Missing Richard Simmons: it’s no S-Town

Review of Missing Richard Simmons Podcast

Unlike many of my esteemed radio producer colleagues, I really liked the 6 part podcast series Missing Richard Simmons by Dan Taberski.

The end of PocketDocs: a loss to all ears

Of the gazillion podcasts that now jostle for our audio attention, PocketDocs is one of the most professionally produced, always surprising, artistically sound shows in the English language. Given time, its back catalogue will become a listening room treasure trove, like a bottomless fridge of audio morsels.