Finding Miles

by Sarah Reynolds in English   “Finding Miles” took over a year to record and produce. In the crush of daily journalism on the radio, it’s rare to hear a story unwind over time. Sarah Reynolds writes, “I first knew Miles as Megan back in college. When he decided to transition from female to male, he…

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Douz, Passerelle au Sahara

by Eloise Stevens en Français   Autour d’un feu 30 km au sud de Douz, passerelle au Sahara, un bédouin commence à raconter une histoire. C’est l’histoire d’un homme dont on vole les chameaux et qui doit traverser le désert pour les reprendre… Y entremêlée sont des détails de la vie de son peuple, les…

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Dancing for our land

By Eloise Stevens in English     In the hills behind the glittering skyscrapers of Rio de Janeiro lies a hidden community, the quilombo de São José, a settlement of the descendants of escaped slaves. Ever since abolition in 1888, they have been fighting for the rights to their land, with little success. But now,…

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Coton Et Securite Alimentaire Au Burkina et au Mali

Coton Et Sécurité Alimentaire Au Burkina et au Mali De Bruno Sanogo En Français Reportage sur l’avancée des sémences OGM de la multinationale Mosanto et la sécurité alimentaire au Burkina et au Mali. Ce sont deux pays sahéliens qui se concurrencent en terme de production de coton en Afrique. Par contre les paysans n’arrivent pas…

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Fukushima, 2 Years On

Fukushima, 2 Years On By Jessie Boylan http://www.3cr.org.au/radioactive/podcast/radioactive-show-09032013-fukushima-special A documentary written and narrated by Dave Sweeney and produced by Jessie Boylan, compiled of recordings and interviews that Dave collected on his visit to the region in August 2012. To give an insight into life in Fukushima today and to highlight the ongoing human and environmental…

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Squirrel Stories

  Squirrel Stories by Jamie Courville in English Squirrel Stories is a project by filmmaker and storyteller Jamie Courville, from Brooklyn, NY. Talking about cancer is always troubling, whether you are sick with it or not. Sharing the burden by openly talking about the illness can help both the sick and the people around them…

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De l’alcool

De l’alcool by David Christoffel En Français   Christine se considère comme alcoolique. Elle ne boit pas toujours beaucoup, mais presque à tous les coups jusqu’à l’ivresse. Quand elle raconte ses frasques, c’est toute sa vie qu’elle raconte. Arnaud fait de la sociologie autour de l’absynthe, son histoire et ses usages. Quand il raconte ses…

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Transatlantic

Transatlantic by Léa Promaja I thought being skipper meant inherent calmness, lonely personallities. Izabel just broke this idea I had. I met her in Madeira Island, the last stop of my failed transatlantic with a sailing boat. For her, it became a job, she is the first Brazilian women crossing the Atlantic single-handed. Before she…

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White Africa

White Africa – From Cameroon to Piemonte, an Albino’s self-rescue by Barbara D’Amico and Fabio Lepore Stéphane is a journalist from Cameroon. He’s educated and curious, he has a job that he loves, a wife and children. But he’s different from his fellow citizens: his skin and his hair are as white as snow, due…

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