This hour, we remember the audio work of two brilliant producers who recently passed away — Jesse Cox & Joe Frank.
‘Keep Them Guessing’ [excerpt]
by Jesse Cox for ABC RN’s 360Documentaries (2013)
As a young boy, producer Jesse Cox discovered a set of old cassette tapes which turned out to be a hugely popular BBC radio show featuring his grandparents performing telepathically. The tapes had been sitting in the front room of his parent's home for years - recordings of an unsolved mystery that has captivated and kept his family guessing for three generations.
(This piece won the 2013 Third Coast/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition Directors’ Choice Award)
By Belinda Lopez & Jess Bineth for This Is About (2017)
Friends and colleagues of Jesse Cox remember his work, life, spirit and humour.
by Jesse Cox with Timothy Nicastru for ABC RN’s Radiotonic (2014)
Tom Banks is 23, gay and searching for love. He grew up relatively isolated on a farm just outside of Geelong in Victoria, Australia, and as a teenager turned to internet chat rooms to meet others. Over the years, Tom has become somewhat of an expert when it comes to meeting guys online. And he's learned that when you're online, you can be whoever you want to be. So who is the real Tom Banks?
(This piece won the 2014 Third Coast/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition Best Documentary Silver Award)
by Joe Frank for KCRW Fund Drive (2000)
In Sweepstakes Winner, Joe Frank imagines a seemingly celebratory phone call from KCRW's Fund Drive that is quickly interrupted.
by Joe Frank for KCRW’s Unfictional (2013)
Dreamers is a contemplation of time and mortality. It includes stories about a family’s tragic visit to Palestine and a man who attends a dinner party after learning he might be dying.
This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.