Love builds episode 2




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This is the 2nd episode of a radio drama to educate communities about albinism in Africa. It is part of the Albinism in Malawi project directed by Dr Pat Lund.



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Item TypeMultimedia item (Audio file)
TitleLove builds episode 2
AuthorsNyirenda, E.
Hanke, M.
Uncontrolled Keywordsalbinism, Malawi, African radio
Departments Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
School of Life Sciences
Additional InformationAvailable free from the link above. This radio drama was produced as part of The Albinism project in Malawi at Coventry University, UK. Contact: Dr Patricia Lund p.lund@coventry.ac.uk Association of Person with Albinism in Malawi (APAM) bonmassah@gmail.com Participants: Studio Production- Audio Clinic Studio Research & Content Advisors- Dr Patricia Lund (Coventry University, UK) & Bonface Massah (Association of Person with Albinism in Malawi -APAM) Creator and Scriptwriter- Edgar Nyirenda Sound engineer- Uncle Lai Producer- Marvin Hanke Music: YAPIE HARMONIC CREW (Yakobe Kadanga, Priscilla Sidon, Ma LaLa, Chrispine Songola) Acknowledgements: This project is generously supported by Coventry University in the UK Dr Lund gratefully acknowledges financial support for the development of this episode from the Ulverscroft Foundation (http://www.foundation.ulverscroft.com/) in the UK. Thanks to all the actors, families with albinism and others in Malawi who have participated so enthusiastically in the development of this radio drama. Dedication: This drama is dedicated to all the families in Africa with albinism.
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Audio Clinic Studio / producer
Dr Pat Lund / researcher
Bonface Massah (Association of Person with Albinism in Malawi -APAM) / producer
Edgar Nyirenda / author
Uncle Lai / recording engineer
Marvin Hanke / producer
YAPIE HARMONIC CREW (Yakobe Kadanga, Priscilla Sidon, Ma LaLa, Chrispine Songola) / musician
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Episode 1Episode 3
Episode 4Episode 5
Episode 6Synopsis
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Publisher statementThis project is generously supported by Coventry University in the UK Dr Lund gratefully acknowledges financial support for the development of this episode from the Ulverscroft Foundation (http://www.foundation.ulverscroft.com/) in the UK. Thanks to all the actors, families with albinism and others in Malawi who have participated so enthusiastically in the development of this radio drama. Dedication: This drama is dedicated to all the families in Africa with albinism. Copyright statement: Copyright © and Moral Rights are retained by the author(s) and/ or other copyright owners. A copy can be downloaded for personal non-commercial research or study, without prior permission or charge. The content must not be changed in any way or sold commercially in any format or medium.
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Deposited on 11-Nov-2014 in Research - Coventry.
Last modified on 16-Sep-2016

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