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Radio

The story of the cook who spent 10 years preparing food for those on death row

1 December 2018

9:00 AM

1 December 2018

9:00 AM

You don’t need headphones to appreciate, and catch on to, the unique selling point of radio: its immediacy, its directness, that sense that someone is talking to you, and you alone. In fact, if anything, headphones take away from radio’s ability to reach out to the isolated and the lonely, to create that connection between you, the listener, and that someone else, the person behind the mic.

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