Radio is an important and cost-effective source of information, education and entertainment with ample access to wider audiences (Rahman Ullah, & Khan, 2017). A public medium (in this case, radio), involved in a project primarily focused on creative artistic content, has the potential to initiate a broad collaborative network to foster ideas and proposals that could lead to research, developmental and organizational innovations in the field of comprehensive care in order to improve qualitative approaches to children and vulnerable groups as well as integral quality of their lives. Contents gathered through a series of radio talks, webinars and online lectures will serve as material for thematic debates and spreading the knowledge among experts and general public about how sound can affect our health and the quality of our lives.
A radiophonic discussion between musicologist Dana Papachristou and anthropologist Yorgos Samantas on the possibility of a Deaf radio, emerging from their fieldwork on the "Audibility" of sound art, music, and the deaf experience and cultural expression, within a School for Deaf and hard of hearing students.
- Frequency X
- Night visit
- RadioNetwork (community radios)