trailers for a "road movie" from the streets of Africaradio continental drift reports http://radiocontinentaldrift.wordpress.com Explore & Use the Archived AudioOriginal recordings re-mixed in the audio track can be accessed, downloaded & used under creative commons share-alike license. They are archived as part of a conversational journey & audio media road workshop in Kenya & Uganda in May-September 2010.1. http://www.archive.org/details/Sauti_Nairobi 2. http://www.archive.org/details/Sauti_Nairobi_520 3. http://www.archive.org/details/Sauti_Nairobi_607 4. http://www.archive.org/details/Sauti_Nairobi_638 5. http://www.archive.org/details/Sauti_Nairobi_174 featured producers (in the order of their appearance):Ukooflani Mau Mau http://www.myspace.com/ukooflani, http://www.maskani.com (interviewed members of collective: (1) Abdilai http://www.mayspace.com/Alaik , (2) Gas Fyatu [email protected]), (3) Fujo(4) L-NESS (Lydia Akwabi) "girl power" [email protected] (info: http://trinitypromotionstz.blogspot.com/2010/08/nairobis-l-ness-hits-dar-es-salaam-with.html )Pamoja fm http://www.pamojafm.org (5) Ras Juli* & (6) Jahil* of "Pass the Mic" show),Kuona Trust http://www.kuonatrust.org (7) Morris Foit, artist, founder member interviewed by Carl Odera (journalist)(contact: Danda Jaroljmek, programme manager [email protected] ; Sydney, resident artist)(8) Kennet B, poet, environmentalist, sound production consultant; e-mail: [email protected] ; Facebook: kennet soundlandrhyme fm http://www.rhymfm.com (9) MC Shenzy [email protected] & Gas Fyatu; Nairobi Arts Trust http://www.nairobi-arts.org/ (contact: (10) Jimmy Ogonga)Kalamashaka (Robert [email protected] ), ( info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalamashaka )Jah Army Kibera (contact: Jahil/ Pamoja fm)(for contact details see also: http://radiocontinentaldrift.wordpress.com/radio-communities/ )“Global Voices Online” http://globalvoicesonline.org/2010/12/08/africa-painting-cultural-portraits-with-remixed-radio-and-video/Here, a journalist from South America, who’s writing for “Global Voices Online” picked up our posts and circulated the movies and their call for contributions across the entire multilingual network of the online magazine.The playlists on www.archive.org are meant to introduce artists & organisations & the cultural, activist and socio political scenes as encountered by radio continental drift at the time. We hope that their slow broadcast from the archives may already reach open ears & join like minds, while more complete sets of recordings are still being edited & uploaded. Your comments & questions will feed the fire. Re-broadcasts & re-mixes can become a starting point for further audio correspondence. Do get in touch if our words & songs strike a common cord. Thank you for listening!radio continental drifthttp://radiocontinentaldrift.wordpress.com a broad casting house in the bag of a listenerout to here unheard voicesa branch of the growing networks of sound workers, audio artists, radio communities, and the street corner academies of listening and broadcasting around the world radio is happening when people loiter in public placesthe air is free!