The latest slideshows and radio documentaries by Ben Chesterton and David White at Duckrabbit are well worth checking out.
Both slideshows and documentaries are here: Swedish Racial Tensions and Lebanese Civil War.
It's interesting to see how different the slideshows and radio pieces are - what exactly does the addition of the visual element do to the voices, how do the two combine and what effect does this have on the listener/viewer. The radio pieces are longer and more in-depth, with the Lebanese Civil War using translators for the piece and the Swedish documentary using English-speaking Swedish residents. These are World Service/BBC Radio 4 type documentaries, which often have an annoying element of the generic Radio 4 voice (hugely irritating in other words) about them - what effect does the voice, its timbre, accent and harmonic qualities (can I say that) have on the listener?