Julia R. Barton
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2.13.14

Radiolab: Glomar

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2.08.14
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1.22.12

Middle Class in Ukraine

By Julia Barton May 22, 2012

Like her country, Olena Koshil has been running non-stop for 20 years. At only 32, she manages a TV production company in Kiev. She speaks several languages and has been working in national TV since she was a teenager. In 2004, like many other urban professionals, she became involved in the political upheavals known as the Orange Revolution.

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12.12.11

Uzbekistan’s Last Witness

When researcher Steve Swerdlow was on the ground in Uzbekistan in late 2010, Human Rights Watch got a rare glimpse into this isolated, repressive regime. Courageous lawyers, torture victims and their relatives took great risks to tell their stories in a series of audio interviews. Soon after, Human Rights Watch was effectively expelled from the country.

Audio [.mp3] produced by Julia Barton for Human Rights Watch, 12/13/2011.

11.17.11

Soviet Art, Country Music

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Why does a country music megastar and all-American guy like Ronnie Dunn — half of what was Nashville’s biggest act, Brooks & Dunn — have a house full of paintings from the Soviet Union? It’s a long story.

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9.16.11

Third Coast

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THIRD COAST INTERNATIONAL AUDIO FESTIVAL

Title: Dallas, Pitiless Universe

Produced: Julia Barton

Presented: TCF/WBEZ 91.5, USA, 2011

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7.03.11
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