A new episode of APDM, the edit of the itinerant radio program especially made for Radio On.
William Nurdin goes places, meets people, records conversations, kitchen rumours, meteorological agitprop, early 21st century remnants of lost civilisations, electronic pampering and modern day chansons.
When it reaches the shores of Radio On, all those recordings are not as much lost in time like sound bits in the data rain, but they come together in a sixty minute long report of present day life.
This episode could be as well a radio drama. Crude and cruel it depicts the routine of an archaeologist who has been cut of from the outside world after a long expedition. He survives on eating grass. We hear neurons rush through brains and his poetry. One day he might be saved. But this is not certain.