Re:sound #236 The New You Show

This hour redefinition, reflection... and the new you.

2017 / TCF / WBEZ 9.15, USA


This hour redefinition, reflection... and the new you.

The Understudy
By Sophie Townsend with Mira Burt-Wintonick and Cristal Duhaime for Love Me (CBC, 2016)
Sophie Townsend has been a widow for a year and a half. She is too busy taking care of her children to entertain the idea of dating, until a man compliments her shoes.

Katie V Katie
By Nancy Lopez for Snap Judgement (2017)
When Katie Crouch learned there was another Katie Crouch who lived in the same city and apparently had the same professional interests as her she thought, huh, what else do we have in common? She would soon find out.

Not All Who Wander Are Lost…But Some Definitely Are
By James Spring for This American Life (2014)
A car is a classic place to realize: "oh, I’m lost." But sometimes the realization of being lost comes first, and the car is the solution. Drive, keep driving, get un-lost. James Spring has this story about a road trip as life plan.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.

produced by

Sophie Townsend

Sophie Townsend is a radio producer at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Mira Burt-Wintonick

Mira Burt-Wintonick (@mirabw) is an award-winning radio producer, and documentary filmmaker. For 10 years, she helped shape CBC's WireTap , in collaboration with host and creator Jonathan Goldstein. She is the co-creator of CBC's Love Me .

Cristal Duhaime

Cristal Duhaime is an audio producer based in Montreal. For 9 years she worked on CBC’s WireTap with Jonathan Goldstein, and in 2015 the team was awarded the Prix Italia for Best Original Radio Drama. She is the co-creator of CBC's Love Me .

Dennis Funk

Dennis Funk joined the Third Coast Festival in February 2014. He produces Re:sound , makes features and directs live audio-narrative performances.


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