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Eurydice Aroney

Eurydice Aroney is an independent radio documentary producer for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation where she hosted and produced a range of radio shows.

These days her documentary work is a mix of the personal and political both in form and content, and she writes and talks about radio in her day job as a journalism academic for the University of Technology in Sydney. Aroney is a founding member of the Australian Radio Audio Researchers Association and international recognition for her work includes the Third Coast Directors' Choice Award in 2003.


Five alarmingly self-aware people meet on the phone for an hour each week to talk about their lives and their goals.

This hour: 99 Ways to Tell a Radio Story, an audio experiment orchestrated by the Third Coast Festival in collaboration with cartoonist Matt Madden.