Vietnam Veteran Finds Comfort In Horses, Helps Others Vets Cope, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
Vietnam Veteran Finds Comfort In Horses, Helps Others Vets Cope, Adrian Hill, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
Vietnam veteran, William Goforth, knows firsthand the challenge of returning to civilian life after a difficult deployment. He found comfort in horses, and now finds purpose in sharing his discovery with Post-9/11 veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
From The Air Force To Ice Cream: One Year Later, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
From The Air Force To Ice Cream: One Year Later, Anne Moore, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
Bobby Walker was involuntarily separated from the Air Force, and so he decided to pursue a dream and start a business. This is a follow-up to the story, "From Air Force to Ice Cream, Navigating a Transition out of the Service," which aired on December 10, 2014. The first story can be found at http://corescholar.libraries.wright.edu/wyso_veterans_voices/12/.
Mdocs Poster-2015-11-11, Sixty Years Young, 2015 Skidmore College
Mdocs Poster-2015-11-11, Sixty Years Young, Michael Zhou
In support of the 60th anniversary of the Adult and Senior Center of Saratoga, Skidmore students prepared a video and exhibition, Sixty Years Young, drawing on the Center's archives and interviews, documenting its past, present and hopes for the future.
Post 9-11 Veterans Reflect On Their Call To Service, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
Post 9-11 Veterans Reflect On Their Call To Service, Jeremy Dobbins, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
Many veterans joined the military in the days and years following September 11, 2001. Several are returning to civilian life. For some it’s an easy transition. For others, it’s far more complicated.
Editorial Overview, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2015 University of Wollongong
Editorial Overview, Volume 2, Issue 1, Siobhan A. Mchugh
Overview of the nine audio features critiqued by Guest Reviewers, who are themselves eminent producers and curators of audio features. The works reviewed are from the US, UK, Canada, France, Poland and Denmark.
Broadcasting In Its Infancy In Maine: A Sound Engineer In The Archives, 2015 Selected Works
Broadcasting In Its Infancy In Maine: A Sound Engineer In The Archives, Barry Darling, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy
Barry Darling, a veteran of Maine radio, highlighted the history of local stations, owners, and the evolution of the Maine broadcast industry from the 1920s to 1950s. Desirée Butterfield-Nagy introduced a collection in DigitalCommons@UMaine that features audio recordings taken from phonograph records in the WLBZ collection. Presented as part of UMaine Humanities Center’s Digital Humanities Week, sponsored by the Division of Student Life, Fogler Library, and Departments of History, New Media, and the Intermedia MFA Program.
Not Quite Cricket By Jon Rose: A Review, 2015 University of Wollongong
Not Quite Cricket By Jon Rose: A Review, Jane Ulman
In Not Quite Cricket, Jon Rose reaches into the well-known story of the first Australian cricket team to play at Lords and draws out a tragedy dressed up as music hall comedy, in what he calls a 'historical intervention'.
Rose is an Australian-based polymath creator: a musician, inventor, composer, improviser, educator and entertainer. Radio production is just one strand of his prolific body of work. Over decades he has forged an innovative style, a distinctive radio form. His work has always been a fusion of genres, a hybrid of fact and invention with composed and improvised music carrying its own ...
Heirloom: A Piper's Orchard Abecadarian, 2015 independent artist
Heirloom: A Piper's Orchard Abecadarian, Shin Yu Pai
Poetry by Shin Yu Pai
Through A Wheat Field; To A Pond, 2015 Guildhall School of Music & Drama
Through A Wheat Field; To A Pond, Ian Mikyska
Poetry by Ian Mikyska
Golden Boy - Zĺoty Chĺopak: A Review, 2015 University of Wollongong
Golden Boy - Zĺoty Chĺopak: A Review, Anna Sekudewicz
This feature is a story woven from the lives of two people: Abraham, the son of a tailor from Łódź, and Kasia Michalak, who’s also from Łódź and whose grandfather was a tailor. How do you present Abraham Tuszyński without pigeon-holing his story as yet another tragic Holocaust narrative – particularly since the programme-maker wanted to avoid making a strictly historical feature? Where and how to find excitement, tension, heat and feelings in material that is by nature informational, objective, cold and factual? Despite posing a huge risk, the collision of the two stories, or realities, creates a new perspective ...
Little War On The Prairie: An Auto-Critique, 2015 Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University
Little War On The Prairie: An Auto-Critique, John Biewen
Using RadioDoc Review’s suggested criteria for evaluating a radio documentary, John Biewen delivers an auto-critique of his own program, Little War on the Prairie. It tells the story of the U.S.-Dakota War, a bloody Plains Indian war that broke out in the summer of 1862 in southern Minnesota. That six-week conflict took the lives of hundreds of people, perhaps a thousand, a larger death toll than in the better-known bloodlettings at Little Big Horn or Wounded Knee. Most of the dead were white settlers, though the U.S. government’s reprisals in the aftermath of the war ...
Integrating Hip-Hop And Cultural Relevant Lessons Into The Public School Curriculum, 2015 Northeastern Illinois University
Integrating Hip-Hop And Cultural Relevant Lessons Into The Public School Curriculum, Sunni Ali
Journal of Research Initiatives
The infusion of hip-hop into the school’s curriculum adds value and meaning for students and teachers (Haaken, Wallin-Ruschman, & Patange). Despite the cultural shift that altered the organic framework of hip-hop, referencing this art form from its most basic construct spurs student achievement, especially females (Henry, West, & Jackson, 2010). Most importantly, it serves as a cultural-relevant paradigm empowering students’ radical engagement with instruction. In addition, it enables teachers to construct lessons that connect students to their community along with social and political aspects influencing society. Students who immerse themselves studying hip-hop lessons have shown literacy improvement and increase activism. The ...
Dayton Codebreaker Highlights Pride In Contribution To Wwii, 2015 Wright State University - Main Campus
Dayton Codebreaker Highlights Pride In Contribution To Wwii, Jeremy Dobbins, Will Davis
Veterans' Voices on WYSO
For some who serve in the military, their work is top secret, and the contribution they make to national security may never be publicly known. The WYSO Veterans' Voices series tells the story of Army veteran John Harshman who, unbeknownst to him, helped crack the code of the German Enigma machines. Those machines were used to encrypt secret messages during World War II.
Everything, Nothing, Harvey Keitel: A Review, 2015 Third Coast International Audio Festival
Everything, Nothing, Harvey Keitel: A Review, Sarah Geis
Although producer Pejk Malinowski is originally from Denmark, and Everything, Nothing, Harvey Keitel is a project of London-based Falling Tree Productions, its premise seems cringingly American: our narrator goes to a self-help class, has an encounter with a celebrity. Which is to say, the risk of self-indulgence is high. To make it worse: the documentary takes place almost entirely within Malinovski’s mind. But these factors make it only more astonishing to hear how – through his singular voice, playful sense of humour, and impeccable sound design – Malinovski tells a story that makes the listener laugh, feel, and consider the intertwined ...
Rien Que Les Os: Version Française., 2015 Radio France
Rien Que Les Os: Version Française., Irène Omélianenko
Critique d'un documentaire de création conçue par l'artiste Française Floy Krouchi à Radio France en équipe avec la réalisatrice Nathalie Battus et le chef opérateur du son Bruno Mourlan (2010).
Nothing But Bones (Rien Que Les Os): A Review, 2015 Radio France
Nothing But Bones (Rien Que Les Os): A Review, Irène Omélianenko
This documentary by the French artist Floy Krouchi in collaboration with Nathalie Battus and Bruno Mourlan from Radio France is a hybrid piece that lies between music and poetic creation. It attempts to make a radiophonic connection between the mythic memory of the indigenous peoples of India and what remains today in certain pieces of music, in (people’s) memory, in singing and translation. The project began five years ago (2010) in Southern India where Floy Krouchi was then travelling. There she heard a short piece of music taken from a very ancient tradition that struck her as so strange ...
The Change In Farming: A Review, 2015 University of Wollongong
The Change In Farming: A Review, Neil Sandell
The protagonist of the CBC documentary, The Change in Farming, is an 89-year-old farmer, called Henry. We learn that his grandson, Adam, has been recording Henry’s reminiscences about farming as a way of preserving his family heritage. The program was produced in 1998 by Adam Goddard, a 25-year-old musician and composer, in collaboration with veteran CBC producer, Steve Wadhams.
Adam is more hunter-gather than farmer. He collects found sound, an artist alert to its musical possibilities. He is composing a work using Henry’s speech. We hear the elder’s reaction. And then, in an indispensable coda, the two ...
Efter Festen (After The Celebration): A Review, 2015 WDR (Westdeutscher Rundfunk)
Efter Festen (After The Celebration): A Review, Leslie Rosin
This 2002 feature is a masterpiece of our genre. On one level, the story examines how a young man called Allan told on Danish radio how he confronted his father at his 60th birthday celebration with the devastating fact that the father had abused him and his twin sister as children. But Allan’s story is also the subject of the successful Danish film The Celebration by Thomas Vinterberg, part of the Dogma Film Group founded by Lars von Trier. The feature’s title, Efter Festen, (After the Celebration) is ambiguous in Danish, the Danish word 'efter' being translatable ...
Comparative Study Of Operating Mass Media Facilities In Texas, 2015 Stephen F Austin State University
Comparative Study Of Operating Mass Media Facilities In Texas, Al Greule
Bright Ideas Conference
Mass Media programs in colleges and universities endure competition from other programs and must also take on the challenges of rapid technological changes to keep their programs up to date (or “state of the art”) for their students. The focus of each program is slightly different and technology available to the student varies greatly from institution to institution. Furthermore there is only some similarity as to how each institution grants student access to equipment and lab facilities.
This study attempts to determine the issues that are most challenging to operating academic Mass Media programs and examine the various ways programs ...
Qui A Connu Lolita: Who Killed Lolita? A Review, 2015 Battery Radio
Qui A Connu Lolita: Who Killed Lolita? A Review, Chris Brookes
The brilliant and disturbing work Qui a Connu Lolita? (Who Knew Lolita?), or as it is more provocatively titled in the authors' English translation Who Killed Lolita?, starts with a precis: voices tell us there have been three deaths, of a mother and her two children, the bodies found in their Marseilles apartment two months later.
This is a composition for radio, not a collection of easy evidence for a police dossier. Who did kill Lolita? Who is to blame? The program draws its power from suggestion, like footnotes plucked from a subterranean soundtrack. It poses uncomfortable questions and leaves ...