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I Don't Know. I Know.

To begin, restating rules is used to avoid actually following rules, just as this more-than-one-sentence description avoids the request for a single sentence through the misuse of the semi-colon; later, mundane answering machine messages become menacing, as the producer manipulates their meaning with music.

2006 / Neil Sandell / TCF, Canada

To begin, restating rules is used to avoid actually following rules, just as this more-than-one-sentence description avoids the request for a single sentence through the misuse of the semi-colon; later, mundane answering machine messages become menacing, as the producer manipulates their meaning with music.

I Don't Know. I Know. was produced for the 2006 TCF ShortDocs Challenge: 99 Ways to Tell a Radio Story.


produced by

Neil Sandell

Neil Sandell is an award-winning Canadian radio producer.


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