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MA Radio
Goldsmiths, University of London  (2020/21)

Using the Time Wisely

Through the voices of two former male prisoners and a female prison officer, this documentary reflects on the current state of the British criminal justice system, the role of rehabilitative programmes to help reduce re-offending and the need to support prisoners’ mental health.

The Dub Revolution

This documentary celebrates how dub, an experimental music remixing technique pioneered in Jamaica, became an important and highly influential and politically active music and dance culture in the UK.

Contributions from:

Professor Julian Henriques
Lloyd Bradley
Dennis Bovell
June Reid and Linda Rosenior-Patten (Nzinga Soundz)

40 Years On: Remembering the New Cross Fire

This documentary looks back to 1981 at the horrific tragedy of the New Cross fire that killed 13 young teenagers at a birthday party and the events that followed including The Black Peoples Day of Action, the ‘largest mass movement for racial justice on British soil’.​

Charles Parker Prize - Gold Award Winner

Aired on BBC Radio 4: July 2021

A collaboration between Goldsmiths, University of London and  Decolonising the Archive to commemorate the 40 year anniversary of the New Cross Fire.


Tuning into Los Angeles, 2020

Join 15 years old Salome Agbaroji on a turbulent car ride through Los Angeles in 2020.


Poem written and performed by Salome Agbaroji

Produced and edited by Magdalena Moursy

A collaborative project, co-directed together

Lessons Learnt: What Next for America

A documentary which gathers voice-notes from Americans on both sides of the election alongside some explanation and analysis reports .

Aired on New Works for Radio by Resonance FM ​

Produced by Magdalena Moursy, Ben Tulloh and Annie Coloe

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