‘Cultural Radio’ – by: Virginia Madsen

“The traditional cultural “rich mix” variety of public service broadcasting (PSB) dating from the 1930s and 40s, did not disappear with television or even with media convergence, and is certainly not dying as many commentators or even those within radio organisations might have expected as little as 15 years ago. Uniquely in terms of the … More ‘Cultural Radio’ – by: Virginia Madsen

IFC 2004 – Thirty Years of the International Radio Feature @ Virginia Madsen

Thirty Years of the International Radio Feature by Virginia Madsen “(The feature’s] task and its destiny is to mirror the true inwardness of its subject, to explore the boundaries of radio and television”. Laurence Gilliam (Director 1964, BBC Radio Features Department) “There was another reality which the eye alone could not perceive, but which the … More IFC 2004 – Thirty Years of the International Radio Feature @ Virginia Madsen

“Kaye Mortley, who has won a most prestigious award for her lifetime’s work in radio in France – Le Prix de l’oeuvre de la SCAM”

Message from Virginia Madsen / Edwin Brys (See also Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10156343514153009 ) Sharing this wonderful news for the Australian born radio artist, writer, producer (and formerly ABC producer) Kaye Mortley (* 1943), who has won a most prestigious award for her lifetime’s work in radio in France – Le Prix de l’oeuvre de la SCAM. … More “Kaye Mortley, who has won a most prestigious award for her lifetime’s work in radio in France – Le Prix de l’oeuvre de la SCAM”

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‘RadioDoc Review’ (RDR) – by: Siobhan McHugh

“Fellow-Feature Makers and Audio Connoisseurs, please visit RadioDoc Review, a new open access online journal which offers in-depth critiques and expert analysis of excellent audio documentaries and features from around the world, chosen by our international editorial board, made up of eminent producers, scholars and broadcast industry folk. Some reviewers and/or authors will be familiar … More ‘RadioDoc Review’ (RDR) – by: Siobhan McHugh

Essays on the subject of ‘radio- feature/documentaries’

by: Virginia Madsen, AU Here are two recent essays of mine on the subject of radio feature/documentaries – hopefully giving ‘IFCers’  an idea of the book I will finish by end this year (or I might take up mushroom farming!) I also alert to a review essay I have just written published this week on … More Essays on the subject of ‘radio- feature/documentaries’

IFC 2004 – 30 years of international radio documentaries in a CD box! @ Project Group

30 years of international radio documentaries in a CD box! For more information about the CD box and its availability, please write to: Laurent Marceau : marceau@ebu.ch 30 years of International Feature Conference, it had to be celebrated. Not with pump and circumstance, but with a useful present the international community of radio documentary makers … More IFC 2004 – 30 years of international radio documentaries in a CD box! @ Project Group

IFC 2004 – On Boxes and what can be hidden in them @ Edwin Brys

On Boxes and what can be hidden in them This is a box. I’ve always loved boxes, especially cardboard boxes. As a child I hid away all my treasures, and my secrets. Later on, I did the same with papers, letters, and photos, no doubt in an attempt to put off throwing them away. Over … More IFC 2004 – On Boxes and what can be hidden in them @ Edwin Brys