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Learning Through Listening: Lessons in audio from some of the best audio journalists in the world, hosted by Louisa Lim from the Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne.

The Masterclass Podcast Louisa Lim

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Learning Through Listening: Lessons in audio from some of the best audio journalists in the world, hosted by Louisa Lim from the Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne.

    Ep 14: A Matter of Life and Death; True Crime Podcasts

    Ep 14: A Matter of Life and Death; True Crime Podcasts

    Louisa Lim explores the booming phenomenon of podcasts with investigative journalist Richard Baker and the ABC’s Rachael Brown.
    They explore what makes this genre so compelling to audiences, and what does it tell us about ourselves and how far can you push the the story telling.

    Host details:
    Louisa Lim has been a journalist for more than two decades. She was a foreign correspondent in China for a decade for BBC and NPR. She subsequently wrote a book called The People’s Republic of Amnesia; Tiananmen Revisited, which was named anEconomist Book of the Year and shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. She co-hosts a podcast on
    China called The Little Red Podcast with Graeme Smith from the Australian National University. She teaches Audio and Video Journalism at the University of Melbourne.
    @limlouisa

    Production Team
    Buffy Gorrilla is an award-winning audio journalist and a recent graduate of the University of Melbourne’s Master of Journalism programme. Buffy has been a producer at the ABC for
    Radio National and ABC Radio Melbourne and is currently working with RN’s Blueprint for Living. She is also host and producer of an podcast for the University of Melbourne called Starting Somewhere.

    Ruby Schwartz is a Research Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. She provides research support for books, essays, op-eds and speeches, and co- produces the Vice-Chancellor’s public policy podcast, The Policy Shop. Ruby has co-hosted a
    weekly intersectional feminist news and current affairs show on 3CR, produces audio stories for FBI Radio’s All The Best and written articles for the Sydney Morning Herald. She was an editorial assistant at the Saturday Paper and wrote a thesis on gendered cyber harassment.

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    Ep 13: Pod Save Radio- How Podcasting is Transforming the Audio Sphere

    Ep 13: Pod Save Radio- How Podcasting is Transforming the Audio Sphere

    Louisa Lim moderated a lively discussion between Natasha Mitchell, host of the ABC's Science Friction and Robert Smith from Planet Money on NPR. They tackled topics such as their individual approaches to a story, how podcasts are pushing the boundaries of narrative story telling and how much of yourself should you insert into a story?

    Host details:
    Louisa Lim has been a journalist for more than two decades. She was a foreigncorrespondent in China for a decade for BBC and NPR. She subsequently wrote a bookcalled The People’s Republic of Amnesia; Tiananmen Revisited, which was named anEconomist Book of the Year and shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. She co-hosts a podcast on
    China called The Little Red Podcast with Graeme Smith from the Australian National University. She teaches Audio and Video Journalism at the University of Melbourne.
    @limlouisa

    Production Team
    Buffy Gorrilla is an award-winning audio journalist and a recent graduate of the University of Melbourne’s Master of Journalism programme. Buffy has been a producer at the ABC for
    Radio National and ABC Radio Melbourne and is currently working with RN’s Blueprint for Living. She is also host and producer of an podcast for the University of Melbourne called Starting Somewhere.

    Ruby Schwartz is a Research Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. She provides research support for books, essays, op-eds and speeches, and co- produces the Vice-Chancellor’s public policy podcast, The Policy Shop. Ruby has co-hosted a
    weekly intersectional feminist news and current affairs show on 3CR, produces audio stories for FBI Radio’s All The Best and written articles for the Sydney Morning Herald. She was an editorial assistant at the Saturday Paper and wrote a thesis on gendered cyber harassment.

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    Ep 12: Manoush Zomorodi on Engagement and Audience Interaction

    Ep 12: Manoush Zomorodi on Engagement and Audience Interaction

    Masterclass Episode 12: Manoush Zomorodi on Engagement and Audience Interaction
    The smartphone has changed audience interaction forever, and Manoush Zomorodi’s Note to Self is a trailblazer in audience engagement. She talks through extreme engagement,
    and how she managed to get listeners not just to call in, but to change their lifestyles.

    Show notes
    @manoushz
    Note to Self
    https://www.wnycstudios.org/shows/notetoself

    Bored and Brilliant series
    https://www.wnyc.org/series/bored-and- brilliant

    Bored and Brilliant; How Spacing Out Can Unlock Your Most Productive and Creative Self
    https://www.amazon.com/Bored-Brilliant- Spacing-Productive- Creative/dp/1250124956

    Ghosting, Simmering and Icing with Esther Perel
    https://www.wnycstudios.org/story/esther-perel- online-dating/

    I Didn’t See Your Text
    https://www.wnycstudios.org/story/esther-perel- empathy/

    Host details:
    Louisa Lim has been a journalist for more than two decades. She was a foreigncorrespondent in China for a decade for BBC and NPR. She subsequently wrote a bookcalled The People’s Republic of Amnesia; Tiananmen Revisited, which was named anEconomist Book of the Year and shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. She co-hosts a podcast on
    China called The Little Red Podcast with Graeme Smith from the Australian National University. She teaches Audio and Video Journalism at the University of Melbourne.
    @limlouisa

    Production Team
    Buffy Gorrilla is an award-winning audio journalist and a recent graduate of the University of Melbourne’s Master of Journalism programme. Buffy has been a producer at the ABC for
    Radio National and ABC Radio Melbourne and is currently working with RN’s Blueprint for Living. She is also host and producer of an podcast for the University of Melbourne called Starting Somewhere.

    Ruby Schwartz is a Research Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. She provides research support for books, essays, op-eds and speeches, and co- produces the Vice-Chancellor’s public policy podcast, The Policy Shop. Ruby has co-hosted a
    weekly intersectional feminist news and current affairs show on 3CR, produces audio stories for FBI Radio’s All The Best and written articles for the Sydney Morning Herald. She was an editorial assistant at the Saturday Paper and wrote a thesis on gendered cyber harassment.

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    Ep 11: Julie Shapiro on Podcasting

    Ep 11: Julie Shapiro on Podcasting

    You have to love and idea and a topic so much that you want to live it, breath it, eat it and marry it. That’s the advice that Radiotopia’s Julie Shapiro gives for anyone who wants to get into podcasting.




    Show notes
    @jatomic
    http://www.julieshapiro.org/who/
    Radiotopia
    https://www.radiotopia.fm/
    Ear Hustle
    https://www.earhustlesq.com/
    Millennial
    http://www.millennialpodcast.org/
    99% Invisible
    https://99percentinvisible.org/


    Host details:
    Louisa Lim is an awardwinning journalist and podcaster. She was a foreign correspondent in China for a decade for BBC and NPR. She subsequently wrote a book called The People’s Republic of Amnesia; Tiananmen Revisited, which was named an Economist Book of the Year and shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. The podcast she co-hosts, The Little Red Podcast, has just won News and Current Affairs podcast of the year in the Australian Podcast Awards. She teaches Audio and Video Journalism at the University of Melbourne.
    @limlouisa

    Production Team
    Buffy Gorrilla is an awardwinning audio journalist and a recent graduate of the University of Melbourne’s Master of Journalism programme. Buffy has been a producer at the ABC for Radio National and ABC Radio Melbourne and is currently working with RN’s Blueprint for Living. She is also host and producer of an upcoming podcast for the University of Melbourne called Starting Somewhere.

    Ruby Schwartz is a Research Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. She provides research support for books, essays, op-eds and speeches, and co-produces the Vice-Chancellor’s public policy podcast, The Policy Shop. Ruby has co-hosted a weekly intersectional feminist news and current affairs show on 3CR, produces audio stories for FBI Radio’s All The Best and written articles for the Sydney Morning Herald. She was an editorial assistant at the Saturday Paper and wrote a thesis on gendered cyber harassment.

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    Ep 10: Lyse Doucet on Journalism in Hostile Environments

    Ep 10: Lyse Doucet on Journalism in Hostile Environments

    Masterclass Episode 10: Lyse Doucet on Journalism in Hostile Environments

    The job of a journalist is to tell the stories of our time. In this episode, the BBC's Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet talks through the challenges facing today's journalists from the conflict frontlines to the increasing hostility to the mainstream media.

    Show notes

    @bbclysedoucet

    The Real Story, What is Fuelling The War in Yemen (BBC World Service)

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3cswx1l
    Lyse Doucet Reunites With Refugee Family in Canada (BBC)

    http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us-canada-37412117/lyse-doucet-reunites-with-syrian-refugee-family-in-canada

    Syria in the Wake of US-led Missile Strikes (BBC Newshour)
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w172w252dqg20mt
    Syria: The World's War (BBC Two)
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b227d8

    Inside Yemen: Three Years of War
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/n3ct553w

    Host details:
    Louisa Lim has been a journalist for more than two decades. She was a foreign correspondent in China for a decade for BBC and NPR. She subsequently wrote a book called The People’s Republic of Amnesia; Tiananmen Revisited, which was named an Economist Book of the Year and shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. She co-hosts a podcast on China called The Little Red Podcast with Graeme Smith from the Australian National University. She teaches Audio and Video Journalism at the University of Melbourne.
    @limlouisa

    Production Team
    Buffy Gorrilla is an awardwinning audio journalist and a recent graduate of the University of Melbourne’s Master of Journalism programme. Buffy has been a producer at the ABC for Radio National and ABC Radio Melbourne and is currently working with RN’s Blueprint for Living. She is also host and producer of Starting Somewhere a new podcast from the University of Melbourne.

    Ruby Schwartz is a Research Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. She provides research support for books, essays, op-eds and speeches, and co-produces the Vice-Chancellor’s public policy podcast, The Policy Shop. Ruby has co-hosted a weekly intersectional feminist news and current affairs show on 3CR, produces audio stories for FBI Radio’s All The Best and written articles for the Sydney Morning Herald. She was an editorial assistant at the Saturday Paper and wrote a thesis on gendered cyber harassment.

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    Ep 9: Steve Inskeep on Going Live

    Ep 9: Steve Inskeep on Going Live

    Masterclass Episode 7: Steve Inskeep on Going Live
    Going live is one of the trickiest skills for any audio journalist to master. In this episode, NPR’s Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep draws on his decades behind the mike to outline some of his top strategies for going live.

    Show notes
    @nprinskeep

    Morning Edition
    https://www.npr.org/programs/morning-edition/

    To Escape Civil War, Many Yemenis Flee to Djibouti
    https://www.npr.org/2018/03/19/594839290/to-escape-civil-war-many-yemenis-flee-to-dijibouti

    Yemeni Refugees Cross Gulf of Aden to Seek Safety in East Africa
    https://www.npr.org/2018/03/22/595967396/yemeni-refugees-cross-gulf-of-aden-to-seek-safety-in-east-africa

    Why Yemen’s War Mostly Remains Out of News Headlines
    https://www.npr.org/2018/03/19/594839325/why-yemens-war-remains-mostly-out-of-news-headlines

    US Fast Tracks Missile Defence System to East Asia, Drawing China’s Ire
    https://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2017/03/09/519369095/u-s-fast-tracks-missile-defense-system-to-s-korea-drawing-chinas-ire

    Insurgents in Nigeria Release Most of the Girls Abducted Last Month
    https://www.npr.org/2018/03/21/595791356/insurgents-in-nigeria-release-most-of-101-schoolgirls-abducted-last-month

    Major Breaks in Boston Marathon Bombing Case
    https://www.npr.org/2013/04/19/177928415/major-breaks-in-boston-marathon-bombing-case

    Host details:
    Louisa Lim has been a journalist for more than two decades. She was a foreign correspondent in China for a decade for BBC and NPR. She subsequently wrote a book called The People’s Republic of Amnesia; Tiananmen Revisited, which was named an Economist Book of the Year and shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. She co-hosts a podcast on China called The Little Red Podcast with Graeme Smith from the Australian National University. She teaches Audio and Video Journalism at the University of Melbourne.
    @limlouisa

    Production Team
    Buffy Gorrilla is an awardwinning audio journalist and a recent graduate of the University of Melbourne’s Master of Journalism programme. Buffy has been a producer at the ABC for Radio National and ABC Radio Melbourne and is currently working with RN’s Blueprint for Living. She is also host and producer of Starting Somewhere a new podcast from the University of Melbourne.

    Ruby Schwartz is a Research Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. She provides research support for books, essays, op-eds and speeches, and co-produces the Vice-Chancellor’s public policy podcast, The Policy Shop. Ruby has co-hosted a weekly intersectional feminist news and current affairs show on 3CR, produces audio stories for FBI Radio’s All The Best and written articles for the Sydney Morning Herald. She was an editorial assistant at the Saturday Paper and wrote a thesis on gendered cyber harassment.

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