Former broadcaster wins award

Rachel Maher, a former Melbourne community broadcaster, and previous CBF board member has been nominated in Prix Italia – an international Italian television, radio broadcasting website award, for her documentary on Ebola, The City That Doesn't Touch. Working in West Africa during the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus, Rachel was struck by the frightening parallels with Albert Camus' novel "The Plague". Click here to read full article.

Rachel Maher, a former Melbourne community broadcaster, and previous CBF board member has been nominated in Prix Italia – an international Italian television, radio broadcasting website award, for her documentary on Ebola, The City That Doesn't Touch.

Working in West Africa during the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus, Rachel was struck by the frightening parallels with Albert Camus’ novel "The Plague".

Read more at: https://www.radioinfo.com.au/news/former-community-broadcaster-nominated-international-award © Radioinfo.com.au

Rachel Maher, a former Melbourne community broadcaster, and previous CBF board member has been nominated in Prix Italia – an international Italian television, radio broadcasting website award, for her documentary on Ebola, The City That Doesn't Touch.

 

Working in West Africa during the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus, Rachel was struck by the frightening parallels with Albert Camus’ novel "The Plague".

Read more at: https://www.radioinfo.com.au/news/former-community-broadcaster-nominated-international-award © Radioinfo.com.au

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