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Transom Podcast Audio – Archive (60)
2012 was a deadly year for the "tribe" of foreign correspondents of which Kelly McEvers is a part. Kelly wondered, "Why do otherwise intelligent people risk their lives when they don't have to?" Making this documentary is among the braver things Kelly has done.Read On »
Sometimes an interview blossoms and reveals depths you couldn’t have imagined when it began. That’s how this piece by Bianca Giaever feels… a gentle conversation that moves into a profound story about race, family, murder, transformation… and forgiveness. Give it a listen along with some of the Sonic IDs that Bianca produced while interning with us this summer.Read On »
Transom Donor Fund winner, Jones Franzel thought she was advising on a youth-produced feature about Jeff, a bully who ended up in jail, but the portrait changed course, brought Jones into it, and tread on her boundaries between teacher and reporter.Read On »
At Transom, we are steady advocates of Slow Radio, un-rushed humanity-filled storytelling. In that spirit we present "The D-Word" by Ed Prosser. Yes, it's about Death. And about people who make their livings from death. The pace is slow. There is plenty of time, after all. When you feel like changing your rhythm, come listen.Read On »