St Clement Danes chimes 1100 across Voiceline
Radio feature created for The Voiceline exploring the radio as an art form, featuring archive interviews with programme makers such as Piers Plowright in collage with two full length creative radio works from BBC archive and Falling Tree productions. Introduced by Neil Nunes
A radio feature documentary is a type of radio program that uses a combination of interviews, narration, and sound effects to tell a non-fiction, in-depth story. These documentaries often focus on a specific topic or event and aim to provide a comprehensive look at the subject through the use of expert voices and real-life accounts. Radio feature documentaries can be anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours in length and are typically broadcast on public radio stations. They are a popular format for exploring complex issues and bringing attention to important stories that may not receive widespread coverage in other media.