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Michael Goldfarb was the London bureau chief for National Public Radio until February 1999. He has been filing for NPR's foreign desk since 1991 on British politics, the monarchy, Northern Ireland, European culture, and the conflicts in Bosnia and Iraqi Kurdistan. In 1993, Goldfarb returned to the United States and traveled throughout the Midwest. The resulting series of programs, "Homeward Bound," won Britain's Sony Award for Best Writing for Radio.
Anna Bensted is Executive Producer of WBUR's new Special Projects Unit. She spent 15 years with BBC Radio in London, Edinburgh and Boston. She produced and presented a current affairs program in the south of England and set up a new daily arts show in Scotland. In 1993 and 1994 she travelled extensively in America producing a series of programs for the BBC about change in America.

Lindsay Miller is WBUR's Senior Editor. In 1996, she spent six months in Bosnia and Hercegovina training journalists at nine broadcast stations. For WBUR, she returned to Bosnia in 1998 to lead a two-week training program. She has also helped WBUR organize training programs in the US for journalists from Albania, Bosnia, Croatia, Kosovo, and Macedonia.

Kim Beqari is WBUR's news research coordinator. A native of Albania, Beqari moved to the U.S. in 1992. He has worked as editor of the bilingual Albanian-American newspaper Liria and as a reporter for United Press International. Beqari has contributed freelance work to National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, Reuters and the Blue Guide to Albania. He continues to freelance for the BBC.

George Hicks is technical director/producer for WBUR's Special Projects Unit. He spent 15 years as a freelance recording engineer and record producer before joining the production staff at 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 WBUR's The Connection and Here and Now, and NPR's Car Talk and Only A Game.

Bosnia's Peace: Inside Out produced by WBUR in Boston, is a one-hour radio documentary that examines how effective the 1995 Dayton Peace Accord has been for the people of Bosnia. It also attempts to discover what example the Accord’s implementation offers for the future of American military interventions abroad. For more information about this program contact Tim Monroe at (617) 353-0661 or e-mail him at tmonroe@wbur.bu.edu.