Re:sound #134 The Consequences Show

For every action there is a reaction. This week we look at consequences, both micro and macro.

2010 / TCF/WBEZ 91.5, USA


For every action there is a reaction. This week we look at consequences, both micro and macro.

Matthew and the Judge: Juvenile Court Diary
by Joe Richman (All Things Considered, 2001)
Matthew Omisore is sixteen and a repeat drug offender. For a year, he kept an audio diary of his thoughts while in jail and after his release. Meanwhile, the judge in charge of his case kept his own audio diary. Their stories highlight the delicate interplay between one man's decisions and another's future.

La Frontera
by Colm McNaughton (ABC's 360, 2010)
Just over the border of El Paso Texas, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, has been infamously dubbed the murder capital of the world. In his documentary La Frontera, Australian producer Colm McNaughton attempts to understand the larger causes behind the violence at the border.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Katie Mingle.

produced by

Joe Richman

Joe Richman (@RadioDiaries) is a Peabody Award-winning producer and reporter and the founder of Radio Diaries, a non-profit organization.

Colm McNaughton

Colm McNaughton is a radio documentary producer and teacher based in Australia.


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