2022 Jesse Cox Fellowship winner

Alex Crerar, 24th June 2022

Congratulations to the 2022 Jesse Cox fellowship recepient Christine 'Kix' Mwaturura

The Jesse Cox Audio Fellowship was established in honour of award-winning radio producer, the late Jesse Cox, continuing Jesse’s determination to strengthen and build the Australian audio community, amplifying audio storytelling and supporting local and underrepresented voices.

Christine is an award-winning audio producer, writer and radio DJ originally from Zimbabwe. She is the host of the Afro Tun Up on PBS which was broadcast on the Community Radio Network for two years. Her podcast series, Private Affairs, was crowned Podcast of the Year and Best Fiction Podcast at the 2021 Australian Podcast Awards. She will use the fellowship to produce season two of Private Affairs.

Speaking on her fellow Christine said: 'I'm thrilled and super grateful to have been selected as this year's fellow! The valyes espoused by the Jess Cox Audio Fellowship align with my own, so i'm truly honoured to be able to play a part in furthering the vision. It's going to be a great year- I can't wait"

We wanted to extend our congratulations to Christine for her fantastic work across all forms of audio storytelling. Well done Christine!

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Having recently taken over CRNs weekly comment spot - previously presented by long-time National Affairs commentator Mungo MacCallum, who is on extended leave due to illness. Eva Cox's More Civil Societies is a 6-8 minute opinion segment on current social/political issues.


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