Charles Gustine writes, edits, and produces Iconography, which he began in November 2016 while living in London. It was a way of processing all the icons he was learning odd and wonderful things about.
Carol Zall edits scripts and provides story feedback for Iconography. She has worked as a producer and reporter at public radio program ‘The World’ and its spinoff podcast about language, ‘The World in Words’. Prior to working at The World, Carol lived in Scotland and worked for the BBC making TV and radio programs in their Gaelic department.
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An episode dedicated to Michael Bond, and his little bear from Darkest Peru.
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