Tuesday, 11 October 2011

The [Un]Observed: A radio magazine

The [Un]Observed is a radio magazine of candid conversations and explorations, works in sound and produced pieces from around the world. It explores the intimate, and sometimes surprising, moments of art, culture and life. 

The [Un]Observed was created by San Francisco-based journalist and sound artist Tania Ketenjian and her husband and award winning designer Philip Wood. Having produced for the BBC, the BBC World Service, NPR, ABC in Australia, and most recently The guardian. 

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