Never ever give up

Never ever give up – Voices of disabled children and their parents by Stefania Claudio These are voices of parents who talk about their children and of children who talk about themselves. These are every day stories and yet they are very special, because who talks does so through deep and authentic love and affection….

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20,000 Pucks

20.000 pucks – Daily “aspirations” of a salesman, by Matteo Bellizzi Davide sells vacuum cleaners door to door. He follows one simple rule: every name on a buzzer is a potential customer. He knows that it only takes some kindness to ring a bell and some luck to get in but to really reach the…

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Street prayer

Street prayer  – A night with Lazarus’ friends – Volunteers Against Human Exploitation, by Andrea Deaglio e Matteo Bellizzi Many things can change in the history of a country but quite a few really change at night, on the streets in the outskirts of a big city. We bring you the sounds of a picture…

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The longest journey

The longest journey – Episodes # 5 of the radio show RADIO FERRANTE, produced at FERRANTE APORTI, a juvenile detention center in Turin, Italy by Matteo Bellizzi In this episode we talk about journeys. Some of the foreigner inmates were illiterate in their native language when they landed in jail just a few weeks ago…

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Faces of Tahrir

“Faces of Tahrir” envisages the audio recording of a series of radio-reports from the venue symbolizing the revolution in Egypt. The people of Tahrir speak out in our reports, not only narrating their own personal experiences and motivation inside the bigger revolutionary picture, but also to mirror the wider dreams and expectations incentivizing their fight…

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At the barber’s shop

At the barber’s shop, by Matteo Bellizzi Ferrante Aporti (Juvenile Detention Center), Turin, Italy. School is every morning for the inmates: teenagers who couldn’t find their place in the word and feel trapped in jail. Every 3 weeks the barber comes in to get the inmates a haircut: it’s a crack in the wall that…

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