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Terrestrials: Uncovering the strangeness of storytelling for kids

Together with Terrestrials senior producer Ana Gonzalez, we will take a look behind the scenes of the pilot season of the first Radiolab for Kids’s spinoff. Ana will delve into Terrestrials‘ multifaceted venture into the uncovering of the strangeness right here on Earth: from selecting the stories to the editorial work, from the scientific committee made up of professionals, experts and child listeners, to the production of music videos about bald eagles and cockroach milk. Because the world of children’s audio can (and should) be weird!

Ana González is an award-winning podcast producer and host living in Rhode Island. Currently, she is the Senior Producer for Radiolab for Kids’ first spinoff, Terrestrialsa show hosted by Lulu Miller that uncovers the strangeness right here on earth. Before moving to WNYC, Ana was the founding producer and host of Mosaic, a podcast on immigrant experiences from The Public’s Radio. Ana has worked in documentary film and video, producing a feature-length documentary on Rhode Island’s hip hop histories with the support of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities, the Rhode Island State Council for the Arts, and her partner in work and life, Jeff Matteis. Ana graduated from Brown University in 2015 with a degree in jazz studies and loves stories, people, community, the ocean, and dogs very much.

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