Radio clients: NPR News, PRI’s The World, BBC World Service, WNYC, NJPR, NPR’s Snap Judgment, Deutsche Welle Phoners / two-ways / live-to-air: NBC, NPR; Sky News (UK); CBS Radio New York; Deutsche Welle (Germany); CBC News Radio; Radio New Zealand; WNYC (New York)
Aired on Outlook, BBC World Service. Radio feature on a cafe in the Philippines that is giving disabled people in the area a chance to succeed in life and break down stigma in the process. Link to written copy and photos: http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-ouch-33705431
Sample 2, spot news report, aired on NPR Newscast
Sample 1, spot news report, aired on NPR Newscast
Aired on PRI's The World and the BBC World Service. It's a horrifying thought, but nearly four months after Typhoon Haiyan hit in the Philippines the bodies of the dead are still turning up nearly every day. It's hard to imagine what that's like but one thing is for sure, it makes it really hard for people to put the storm behind them. Reporter Aurora Almendral joins them on a search.
Aired on NPR News. For the one-year anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan, I talk to a 21-year-old girl who lost her entire family -- her parents, siblings and baby daughter -- to the typhoon. I first covered her story as she was searching for her family immediately after the Typhoon Haiyan.
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