Radio Documentary

Radio documentaries focusing primarily on the soundscapes of childhood - ranging from prenatal times to the cusp of adulthood.

The younger-leaning documentaries deal with sounds that affect babies and young children from birth onwards, through the sound archaeology of growing up in different social communities, the sounds of parenthood, situations or problems in creating sound, i.e. speech, etc. These programs feature experts and performers as well as neighbours, extended family and the wider social community, which can look at and understand the situations faced by families with babies and small children from a new angle. The older-leaning documentary features intimate "confessions" of a High-School student on their experience of loneliness during the COVID19 lockdowns.

Archaeology of children's memories

Author: Marija Ćirić

A radiophonic essay focusing on a bilingual girl’s speech experience and childhood memories. The author used selected fragments of audio material collected over the past years.

Mother-child: “prenatal” conversation

Author: Melina Koljević, Co-author: Vesna Perić

Study of the communication between a mother and her child in prenatal period which explores various themes such as: motives of potential fears, intuitive connection between mother and child, sources of inspiration for communication with the help of music, human voice, conversation, various parental expectations, hopes, beliefs, and viewpoints.

Loneliness – generations of isolation, wherever you go, every face wears a mask

When you've hit rock bottom for any reason, try and find a little ray of light. It's always in there somewhere.

Golden hour: Radio Mom

Author: Vesna Perić

In the show, the guest speaker reveals to us how moms, with her support, create a "womb song" - a personalized song for their baby; how a baby in the womb hears sound; what it looks like and why the birth cry is important; how the baby connects with mom's and dad's voice ; how to provide vocal support to the baby during birth, which for babies is always a traumatic event of leaving the comfortable womb.

Journey at the Edge of the Night

Why should the pleasure of the night not be equal to the pleasure of the day?

The Forest Is

Author: Marta Medvešek