Pilot Season 2023
Pilot Season, Unedited's format showcase sees the launch of five new audio formats, featuring:In Facts That Matter, academic, author and journalist Professor Gary Younge applies his inquisitive analysis to a controversial statistic and unpacks the facts with first-person witnesses. "Sometimes one fact can shift our understanding of how the world works and our place in it," says Younge. "But in this period of fake news and mass misinformation, it is not enough for reporters and academics to simply insist that facts matter. In this show, we take one mind-blowing fact and then show how and why it matters by relating it to real people's lives."Pilot Season 2023 also includes:Sneakerists, a new sub-culture format, is hosted by Joelah Noble (BBC Radio 1Xtra) and Ade Oladipo (DAZN & talkSPORT), who look through their guests' prized sport shoe collections. Best Summer Ever is a self-told, sound design-rich format that reunites three friends to spill the beans on the good, the bad and the awkward from their memorable group holiday.Released later in the pilot season:The Last Set is a clever global interview format that previews a well-known DJ's final dream gig. It leverages the hyper-local celebrity status of DJs, artists and creators to drive audiences to music streaming platforms.In The Values Compass, a podcast treatment of Mandeep Rai's New York Times bestseller, she will talk with figures including the Dalai Lama and Prime Minister Mia Mottley of Barbados to distil the essential characteristics of their home countries. The pilot features CCN's political analyst, David Gergen.Pilot Season 2023 will be available on all major podcast platforms starting March 13th and running until April 9th.About Unedited Unedited is a UK-based global production company committed to telling audio stories with new voices that inspire and entertain listeners - original podcast series, radio programmes and one-off audio stories for many clients. In 2022, they were nominated for Audio Production Company of the Year and won the Silver Award. Their ten-part podcast series, Sounds of Black Britain, hosted by Julie Adenuga, was listed in The Guardian as one of the "10 best listens of 2022."Unedited is represented by the Creative Artists Agency (CAA). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.