Here are two audio slideshows I found on the New York Times website. Click on the titles to view the shows.
The first one is about a blind woman trying to make her way through New York. It forgoes the standard “my name is…” beginning and goes right into the story. The woman being interviewed isn’t the most compelling character in the world, but she’s interesting enough. The project makes decent use of ambient sound, and you can hear the clicking of the woman’s cane throughout the piece. It reminds me a lot of the story Colleen worked on last year about the blind girl trying to find her way around Mizzou’s campus.
New York Times photo by Ruby Washington