Radio

From 2002-2006, I worked at Chicago Public Radio as a producer. I spent three years producing the nationally syndicated, daily talk show, Odyssey. I also reported on news and features, produced elections coverage and a series on healthcare and the poor, and wrote commentaries for WBEZ’s flagship morning program, Eight Forty-Eight. Since moving to London, I have also done occasional commentaries for the BBC World Service.

Here is a selection of some of the reports, interviews and commentaries I’ve done on radio:

News and Features:

2006 Mapping Oak Park, Part One,” Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public Radio, May 30.

2006The Long Wait for Colonoscopies,” Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public Radio, March 2.

2006  “What’s a Typewriter?,” Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public Radio, February 15.


Commentaries:

2007  “Turning Green: Environmentalism by Default,” World Update, BBC World Service, July 24.

2007  “Working At Home,” Business Daily, BBC World Service, April 4.

2006   “Moving,” Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public Radio, July 13.

2006  “Pre-school Hell,” Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public Radio, April 15.

2005   “Dating For Friends,” Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public Radio, September 20.

2003   “A Fish Out Of Water,” Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public     Radio, August 6.

2002   “Unexplained Oscars,” Eight Forty-Eight, Chicago Public Radio, March 22.