The Peabody Awards

The Peabody Awards

The Noise Shows





 1972 | District of Columbia Schools Radio Project

A George Foster Peabody Award for a unique exploration of the sound medium to develop children’s awareness that through the ages human communication emerged from noise itself, thus stimulating the child’s own creative potential in speech and music.



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