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2020 National Features and Documentary Series is finalised

Tuesday 01 December, 2020

The CBAA has launched the final works from the 2020 National Features and Documentary Series.
 
Produced over the year by eight producers from around Australia, these quarter-hour features are multifaceted stories captured in a significant year.
 
From language and law to the state of aged care and home-schooling, the 2020 Series is as much about the year that was, as about what the future could be.
 
Each story will be released as a podcast from today and available on Apple Podcasts and Onmy.


 
Never gonna let the language go away
From 8CCC in Alice Springs, MJ Bakewell asks: what does ‘justice’ even mean if no one speaks your language?
 
My Mother Tongue
They say that to speak a language is to take on a world. For FBi Radio’s Bernadette Nguyen, that is easier said than done.


 
Mother Cluckers
What happens to layer hens when their egg production drops? Bay FM's Dione Green meets the Mother Cluckers.
 
Patterns
A memoire of a life between generations, Radio Adelaide's Victor Weetra looks at his family life and his personal patterns.
 
Locked In
From 6HFM in Perth, Fiona Mayers and Killian Keating talk to temporary visa holders with lives in a country they are locked out of during the pandemic.

In Murky Waters
3CR's Megan Williams returns to the infamous site of the Menindee fish kills and the drying Murray-Darling basin.


 
Homeschooling On The Rise
It’s legal to homeschool. 4ZZZ's Max Rowley asks why are parents going it alone and homeschooling outside the law.
 
Forget Them Not
Danni Stewart of FBi Radio reflects on the state of Aged Care in Australia with her late grandmother.
 
Open each year to all community radio producers around the continent, the National Features & Documentary Series has been mentoring producers to create radio stories since 2013 with training and mentoring provided by the Community Media Training Organisation, and the series is distributed by the Community Radio Network.

 

 

 


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