Re:sound #190 The Inner Thoughts Show

This hour we step inside the mind and listen to our thoughts.

2014 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


This hour we step inside the mind and listen to our thoughts.

I Am Good At [NOTE: This piece is not available online due to limited rights]
by Cristal Duhaime with Mira Burt-Wintonick (WireTap, CBC 2012)
The thoughts running through the heads of a couple as they meet for the first time on a blind date.

Everything, Nothing, Harvey Keitel
by Pejk Malinovski (Between The Ears, Falling Tree Productions, BBC Radio 3, 2013)
A man struggles to meditate as he realises he is sitting next to actor Harvey Keitel.

Feet
by Gwen Macsai and Taki Telonidis (Morning Edition, NPR, 1994)
Re:sound host Gwen Macsai meditates on the two things she inherited from her mother: her feet.

Guided By Voices [extract]
by Benjamin Walker (Too Much Information with Benjamin Walker, WFMU 2011)
After reconnecting with an old girlfriend who finds him on Facebook, host Benjamin Walker tries to make some money doing experimental medical testing.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.

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Cristal Duhaime

Cristal Duhaime is an audio producer based in Montreal. For 9 years she worked on CBC’s WireTap with Jonathan Goldstein, and in 2015 the team was awarded the Prix Italia for Best Original Radio Drama. She is the co-creator of CBC's Love Me .

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Mira Burt-Wintonick

Mira Burt-Wintonick (@mirabw) is an award-winning radio producer, and documentary filmmaker. For 10 years, she helped shape CBC's WireTap , in collaboration with host and creator Jonathan Goldstein. She is the co-creator of CBC's Love Me .

Taki Telonidis

Taki Telonidis has been producing public radio for more than 20 years, first with NPR in Washington D.C. and more recently with collaborator Hal Cannon of the Western Folklife Center.


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