A guy muses on the fears associated with a loved one's body.
Scared was produced for the 2008 TCF ShortDocs Challenge: Radio Ephemera.
John Biewen is audio program director at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, where he teaches and produces work for national and international audiences. He reported for Minnesota Public Radio, covered the Rocky Mountain West for NPR News, and spent eight years as a correspondent/producer with American RadioWorks, the documentary unit of American Public Media. Biewen’s work has won many honors, including two Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Awards, the Scripps Howard National Journalism Award, and Third Coast’s Radio Impact Award.
Scared was presented by John Biewen at the opening session of the 2008 Third Coast Conference - Presenting the 2008 TCF ShortDocs: Radio Ephemera.
Radio Ephemera challenged any/everyone to produce a short audio work inspired by two books from the Prelinger Library in San Francisco, and featuring the voice of a stranger.
Inspired by: Control of Body and Mind / The Facts of Life for Teenagers
Stranger: the voicemail lady
Read about and listen to all 72 Radio Ephemera submissions.
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