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Category Archives: numbers stations
Numbers Stations is particularly interesting for me for many reasons. In the intro part, the author starts by talking about his personal connection with the topic, thus making his listeners more engaged in the subject. And then, the author uses a mixtape of different radio waves to create a context for the listeners. The author […] Continue reading
One of the podcast episodes I chose to listen to was “Numbers Stations” from 99% Invisible. The episode is hosted by Roman Mars, who discusses mysterious shortwave radio frequencies used to broadcast endless strings of numbers, also known as numbers stations. Something I found very interesting about this topic was the degree of mystery and […] Continue reading