Conversation with Jennifer Bakody on the Intimacy of Radio by World Radio Day published on 2019-02-06T11:33:26Z UNESCO had the chance to speak to Jennifer Bakody, a Canadian journalist who believes so deeply in the many attributes of radio, the United Nations and responsible media that she wrote a book about it! She is the author of "Radio Okapi Kindu: The Station That Helped Bring Peace to the Congo", which honours the achievements of Radio Okapi, a radio station set up in the Democratic Republic of Congo by the U.N. and a Swiss non-governmental organization, Fondation Hirondelle. She lives in Singapore. Disclaimer: UNESCO is pleased to make the audio and text of this interview available copyright-free for the celebration of World Radio Day 2019. Radio stations are especially encouraged to broadcast the interview, either in its totality or by extracting the answers and announcing the questions themselves.