The programmes “on the air” of the future will surely be partly only audible, partly only visible, and partly audi-visible, according to their content and destination.
Lance Sieveking, 19341
The advantage of radio over cinema: the screen is larger.2
Arte Radio, 2008, attributed to Orson Welles
It is almost impossible to approach the subject of the documentary in radio today without invoking an earlier time when the radio documentary field was born, appeared to wear itself out, and then found itself in the midst of a new wave. Prior to the most recent pronouncements of the death of radio via digital convergence, it was ...