I produced this piece with Jason L'Ecuyer for KCRW's 24-Hour Radio Race in 2019. It's a short piece on what it's like to have cancer. http://oliviarosenman.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Jos-Endurance_-by-Jason-LEcuyer-Olivia-Rosenman.wav
My Mother's Kitchen is a kind of deconstructed podcast cum roll-a-ball game mashup that centres on stories from the childhood kitchens of eight LGBTQI+ individuals. I produced it in partnership with Maeve Marsden’s Queerstories and Google’s Creative Lab.
For NAIDOC week 2018, I conducted interviews with prominent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and produced the audio to feature their stories on the Google Assistant.
Examining the life and legacy of the celebrated (and controversial) Danish architect Jørn Utzon, on the centenary of his birth.
We are surrounded by mass-produced things, but every production line start with a single object. This episode shines a light on the patternmakers, whose invisible hands are the original creators of much of our stuff. They see a world no-one else can see. So why are they disappearing? And what will we lose when they are gone?
What happens to evidence after a criminal trial? Lindy Chamberlain's legal saga is one of the worst miscarriages of justice in Australian history. This episode retells her story through the criminal evidence that sent her to jail. It is the first episode of season 1 of the podcast series History Lab.
A tour of Hong Kong's Wong Chuk Hang District with Kingson Kok from Young Master Brewery. Until recently, Wong Chuk Hang was a gritty, industrial area. Now, it's a thriving and hip district with galleries and studios sitting side-by-side with ongoing heavy industry.
A trip down Smith St with food writer and podcaster Emily Naismith. Smith Street runs north from central Melbourne through Fitzroy, the city’s first suburb, and now one of its most progressive. It’s populated by a lively mix of cheap eateries, trendy cafes and hip bars.
How do you get to know a stranger? Your voice is as unique to you as your thumbprint, so why not start there? Through an exchange of audio postcards, I got to know a woman who lives 4,000 kms away and learned we have plenty in common.