Michael Goldfarb was the London bureau
chief for National Public Radio (NPR) 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. Goldfarb
will examine the role of the British press in keeping the
Clinton scandals alive.
Anna Bensted is the Executive Producer
of the new Special Project 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
about change in America.
London: Inside Out Produced by WBUR, Boston, is a one-
hour radio documentary that examines the modern
World City. Senior Correspondent, Michael Goldfarb
takes the listener on a sound-rich tour of the rambling,
multi-ethnic, multi-cultural fusion that London has
become. For more information about this program
contact Tim Monroe at 617-353-0661 or