Inside Out is a dynamic documentary unit producing long-format
radio programs and multi-part series. Highly experienced reporters
turn a topic inside out to give it context, perspective, and understanding.
With sufficient time to tell important stories Inside Out produces
thought-provoking and original programs. A unique emphasis on
the sounds and voices of a story, combined with first class narration
engages the listener and brings them to the heart of the story.
Anna Bensted, Executive Producer
The Executive Producer of WBUR's Special Projects Unit. She spent
15 years with BBC Radio in London, Edinburgh and Boston. She produced
and presented a current affairs program in England and set up
a daily arts show in Scotland. In 1993 and 1994 she produced a
series of programs for the BBC about change in America which won
the UK's Sony Radio Award..
Michael Goldfarb, Senior Reporter
Michael Goldfarb has been Senior Correspondent of WBUR's Inside
Out since the program's inception in 2000. Prior to coming to
WBUR, Goldfarb was London Bureau Chief of National Public Radio.
He has also had a long, fruitful relationship with the BBC, working
as presenter of the World Service's flagship arts program Kaleidoscope.
He won British radio's highest honor, the Sony Award for his World
Service series Homeward Bound. In 2000 Goldfarb was a fellow at
the Shorenstein Center of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
Sean Cole, Senior Reporter
Sean Cole joined the WBUR Newsroom in the spring of 1997. He has worked both on
the production and reporting of stories for Morning Edition and Here and Now and
he has also contributed features to the public radio programs This American Life,
Only a Game, All Things Conisdered, The Next Big Thing and Marketplace, among others.
He has received two RTNDA regional awards, one for Best Feature one for Use of Sound.
In March of 2004, the Boston- based press Pressed Wafer released a short collection
of his poems entitled Itty City.
George Hicks, Technical Director
The technical director/producer for WBUR's Special Projects Unit.
He spent 15 years as a freelance recording engineer and record
producer before joining WBUR. He mixed and co-produced "A Day In the
Life of Boston" for WBUR's City Stories series in 1998. In the past year
he has served as interim technical director for various WBUR shows.
Anthony Brooks, Senior Reporter for Inside Out 2001-2003
During 2000, he was NPRs lead political reporter focused on the
campaign of Vice President Gore. Brooks has served as NPRs first
Southern editor and as NPRs Northeast regional reporter. Brooks
is recipient of numerous broadcast awards, including the Robert
L. Kozik Award for Environmental Reporting for the NPR documentary
Chernobyl Revisited; an Ohio State Award for reporting on youth
violence; Unity Award for investigative reporting on minority
issues and a Public Radio News Director Award for feature reporting.
In 2003 he won the 35th Annual RFK Journalism Award ( Domestic