Thoughts on language, and the bad advice of teachers. Omar Willey listens.
As a country that has had more military than civilian administrations, the major challenge to the growth of radio in Ghana has been political. Jacob Nyarko writes.
Thoughts on the African American experience in audio, courtesy of Larenz Tate & Laurence Fishburne’s Bronzeville
Omar Willey returns to the subject of Dogme 18 to unconfuse the confused.
Our publisher proposes a list of Dogme 95-style rules for audio drama.
Sanjay Kumar praises the radio and its ability to become social glue.
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