Re:sound #111: The Radio Ephemera Show

This hour: the weird, wonderful results of the Radio Ephemera ShortDoc Challenge.

2009 / TCF / WBEZ, USA

This hour: the weird, wonderful results of the Radio Ephemera ShortDoc Challenge.

We sample from some of the submissions, talk with Third Coast Artistic Director Julie Shapiro, and learn more about the amazing Prelinger Library, our project collaborators.

Restful, Shady Places
by Sean Hurley, USA

Every Morning I Hear This Voice...
by Mikkel Nedergaard, Denmark

Birth, Birth, Rebirth
by Chris Sewell, USA

Government! Hold My Hand...
by Zachary Baiel, USA

A Transgender Childhood
by Tina Antolini, USA

Labor Pains
by Rich Halten, USA

Forest to Desert
by Sarah Boothroyd, Canada

The Searchers (Based on a True Story)
by David P. Earle, USA

Is That My Imagination?
by Meghan Vigeant, USA

by John Biewen, USA

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

produced by

Sean Hurley

Sean Hurley lives in Thornton, NH with his wife Lois and his son Sam. An award-winning playwright and radio journalist, Sean is currently on the writing staff of the Amazon TV show “Patriot.” His fictional “Atoms, Motion & the Void” podcast has aired nationally on NPR and Sirius & XM Satellite radio. He likes to run in the woods.

Mikkel Nedergaard

In daily life Mikkel Nedergaard works as an evaluation advisor for the humanitarian organisation Danish Refugee Council.

Chris Sewell

Chris Sewell is a writer and producer who used to live in Chicago, but now calls Seattle home. He's good for about one audio piece a year. Maybe two.

Zachary Baiel

Zachary Baiel is an archivist and satirist who lives in West Lafayette, IN.

Tina Antolini

Tina Antolini is a Peabody-Award-winning storyteller and radio producer.

Rich Halten

An ad, public TV and commercial radio vet, Rich Halten is spending his boomer years toiling in the vineyards of sound.

Meghan Vigeant

Meghan Vigeant lives in Maine and is the owner of Stories To Tell, a self-publishing service specializing in personal history books and audio.

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