What’s Cooking: A Portrait of the Kitchen Sisters - Part One

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    West coast-based radio production duo, the Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva) have developed one of the most distinctive signatures in broadcasting. They’re one-off features and ambitious series projects - such as the Twin Towers Sonic Memorial Project, Lost and Found Sound and Hidden Kitchens - have become part of the regular diet on NPR’s All Things Considered and in countless syndicated forms.

    The second part of this two-part series brings urbane Davia and motherly Nikki out from behind their microphones for a self-penned radio portrait that offers a rare glimpse into the world of the Kitchen Sisters.

    http://www.fallingtree.co.uk/listen/whats_cooking_a_portrait_of_the_kitchen_sisters___part_two

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    Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva discuss the birth of women’s radio, what it takes to work together for over 30 years, and what makes for a great story.

    http://kalw.org/post/hidden-worlds-kitchen-sisters-inflection-point#stream/0

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    http://www.radiolab.org/story/from-tree-to-shining-tree/

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    http://thirdcoastfestival.org/library/1613-getting-to-yes-the-art-of-the-pitch-part-1

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    http://www.thisamericanlife.org/

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