Tom Morton

Tom Morton has been making radio documentaries for 20 years, from places as far apart as Germany, Uzbekistan, Ireland, Canada, the Tanami Desert in north-western Australia & the western suburbs of Sydney.

He's a broadcaster with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's History and Features Unit, a journalist and a writer. His most recent major production was Wide Open Road, a 4-part radio series and website about Australian popular music and the landscape.

Morton is also a musician, a member of the Lovely Assistants and electronic duo tomstu.


Listening to Ghosts

In the past, radio was the most ephemeral of all art forms - it slipped by the ear and then vanished into the air forever.

This hour: 99 Ways to Tell a Radio Story, an audio experiment orchestrated by the Third Coast Festival in collaboration with cartoonist Matt Madden.