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Illegal Helpers

Excited to have Play for Voices' production of the documentary audio drama Illegal Helpers win the Gold at the HEAR Now: Festival 2021! Can't wait to share this testament to some of the courageous unsung heroes of the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe. 
Out There Episode 30: Truly Equal
Staying with the Hadza, one of the last hunter-gatherer tribes in Africa.
M.I.T. Knight Science Journalism Undark: Episode 14

Securing land rights for the Hadza and other tribes is the first step in preserving their culture and the environment (story at 27mins, 20 seconds).

Very Bad Words Episode 7: The C-Word

On this very special episode of Very Bad Words, Matt Fidler is joined by co-host Katrin Redfern to explore one of the most controversial and misunderstood words in the English language, the C-Word! They reach out to Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot, Dr. Camilla Power, Dr. Evelyn-Dean Olmsted and others to discuss the history of this powerful word and how it is being re-appropriated by feminists.

The Flexible Persona literary podcast: Love's Archive
A short story I wrote for print, and then produced in an audio version. It's set in a moody New Orleans, where atmospheric sound design – with many sounds recorded in the streets and parks of the city, plus an original musical score – immerse the listener in a story that begins when a letter arrives, sending a fragile mind on a tumultuous journey.

Play for Voices: Seasons One - Three

Play for Voices is a podcast of international audio drama I co-produce, presenting new productions of contemporary and classic audio plays from around the world. We explore their aesthetic, social, and political contexts through inventive, multilingual sound design as well as interviews with authors, translators, and other interesting people.

Occupy Radio London, Resonance 104.4FM

With your hosts Katrin, Mark, and Ali, Occupy Radio London presents news on the Occupy movement and resistance movements across the UK.

The Morning Show, WBAI 99.5FM

An episode I produced for The Morning Show featuring a report-back from the December 17th event to honor International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, in New York City.

The Morning Show, WBAI 99.5FM

An episode I produced for The Morning Show looking at issues affecting New York’s water supply, including fracking, oil and gas transport in the Hudson valley, and the need for a transition to renewables. We also ask, "what the heck is an Estuarium?"

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