Re:sound #94: The Migration Show

This hour: people move and places change.

2008 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


This hour: people move and places change.

Legs, Hope, and Water
by Peggy Giakoumelos and Lea Redfern (Radio Eye, ABC, 2004)
Peggy Giakoumelos was born in Australia to Greek parents and she lived in Greece for part of her childhood. She returned again as an adult -- retaining childhood memories of a place that, because of mass migration into Greece, no longer existed at all.

What's Your Status?
by Judith Sloan (Re:sound premier, 2008)
Immigrating to a new country is always hard: new language, new culture, new people. But when you're young and you're here illegally, living with the threat of deportation all the time... Well, it doesn't exactly seem like the proverbial pot of gold.

An American Tail
by Anastasia Ivonova (TCF ShortDocs: Dollar Storeys, 2007)
Here's a story about a cat and a mouse, peace and war, Russia and America. All in two minutes and thirty seconds.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Delaney Hall.

produced by

Peggy Giakoumelos

Peggy Giakoumelos first got involved in radio through Radio Skid Row in Sydney.

Lea Redfern

Lea Redfern

Lea Redfern has been making radio since the early 1990s when she was seduced by the intimacy, independence, and creative possibilities allowed by the medium.

Judith Sloan

Judith Sloan is an actress, audio artist, oral historian, and educator whose multi-character solo performances combine humor, pathos, and a love of the absurd.


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