EVERYDAY SOMETHING DISAPPEARS – Luc Haekens and Edwin Brys – VRT – Belgium

subtitled Resounding with music, humour and humanity this feature blends the story of a pianist documenting his own decline and the residents of a care home near the Dutch border of Essen. Musically interweaving reality and fiction we dive into the internal world of people who feel that they are beginning to lose themselves. This … More EVERYDAY SOMETHING DISAPPEARS – Luc Haekens and Edwin Brys – VRT – Belgium

New at RADIO ATLAS: “Everday something disappears” (Radio Doc/Podcast, Belgium)

By Edwin Brys : Both Luc Haekens en myself are very happy and thankful that the wonderful radio doc/podcast project RADIO ATLAS has today put our programme “Everday something disappears” on their website. The RADIO ATLAS website aims to offer to an international audience radio features/podcasts created in a non-english language, with an english translation. … More New at RADIO ATLAS: “Everday something disappears” (Radio Doc/Podcast, Belgium)

Request:

by: Edwin Brys Dear Friends, Request: Radio Features on dementia. Dr. Hannah Zeilig from Great Britain happened recently to listen to “Everyday something disappears”, a programme about Alzheimer patients , made by Luc Haekens and myself. She is looking for more radio documentaries  or fiction on the topic. Here is her request : “Have there been … More Request:

’05 – IFC Projectgroup Presentation-8 (8) @ Edwin Brys

From now on each week, one the eight new chosen members ofthe EBU Radio Features Project Group will introduce him/herself, so that you all know – more or less – who you are – professionally – dealing with.. Edwin Brys (Belgium) (foto van From now on each week, one the eight new chosen members ofthe … More ’05 – IFC Projectgroup Presentation-8 (8) @ Edwin Brys

RADIO FACTION @ Mike Ladd

TIP: PRINT THIS ARTICLE RADIO FACTION by Mike Ladd. (Mike Ladd) Apr 30, 2004 “Fact” plus “Fiction” equals “Faction.” Now “fact” and “fiction” are rarely 100% pure anyway – especially the fiction. Wasn’t it Helen Garner who said she couldn’t see the point of writing novels about made-up characters? How many plays and novels are … More RADIO FACTION @ Mike Ladd

IFC 2004 – What’s in the box ? @ Laurent Marceau and Edwin Brys

Summary CD box CD 1 The Cameroon Opera (José Pivin, Radio France, 1976) bonus 0’46 Bells in Europa (Peter Leonhard Braun, SFB, Germany, 1973) 21’11 Death of an Elephant (Witold Zadrowski, Polski Radio, 1966) 15’01 The birds are still singing in Newe Ur (Bob Ushi, Hans Gobesz, Kees Buurman, NOS, Netherlands,1969) 12’09 The Pathetic Symphony … More IFC 2004 – What’s in the box ? @ Laurent Marceau and Edwin Brys

2002, 28th IFC, Zagreb – info

Zagreb report, April 20 2002 Hello from Zagreb, from where we will give you as many updates as possible. Arrived last friday in a welcomming city with a good atmosphere and friendly people. Our first evening was discovering the city. A beer is called “pivo” and bars close between 10 and 11 p.m.. So it … More 2002, 28th IFC, Zagreb – info