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« on: November 03, 2008, 10:18:35 AM »

Hello everyone my name is Vicky Anderson, I am a first year media student at Sussex University and am undertaking a radio project this term in which I must make a short radio documentary with the topic of 'undiscovered'. This organisation was bought to my attention by a friend and I am fascinated by it! I, in an ideal world, would like to interview and see a project in action or just discuss the ideas, concept and your interests behind the project. For reasons of confidentiality I would be happy for peoples identities to remain anonymous if that helps at all...

The project is due to be completed before Christmas so if any of you are interested at all please let me know. it will not be a project that is publicised at all but merely made into a podcast for the university intranet.

I hope there maybe a few of you that would be interested in helping me out! it would involve little commitment and merely two short interviews. I am considering either doing a narrative story from your own perspective or a step by step development.

I would really appreciate you replying to my message to let me know your thoughts.

I look forward to hearing from you

Vicky Anderson

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