BILL SNADDON

Writer | Journalist | Videographer

Videos

Here’s a selection of videos Bill has made.

Sing it out: London Stroke Choir shows power of music

Published by the British Heart Foundation, 2018

London air pollution: Faiza’s battle to clear the air

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Published by the British Heart Foundation, 2018

Christinaray’s art stirred from a ‘whirlpool of emotions’

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Published by Daily Review, Australia, 2017

Farmer fights back against climate change in southern Africa

Published by Rural Self-Help Development Association, Lesotho, 2017

Little Lerato’s big fight: TB in Lesotho

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Published by African Independent, South Africa, 2017

‘The Films the Premier Dare Not See’: inner-city Melbourne poverty circa 1940s

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Published by Daily Review, Australia, 2016

Swaziland’s judiciary: a monarchical crisis

Published by the Mail & Guardian, South Africa, 2015

Westminster terror attack: a bird’s eye view over London

Self-published, 2017

Being black and white: living with albinism in sub-Saharan Africa

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Published by the International Bar Association, UK, 2017

Meet the residents of Sambell Lodge: aged care in Melbourne

Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2016. Re-published by Fairfax Media, publishers of The Age and Sydney Morning Herald

Homeless cat finds home: the Sherbert story

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Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2016

Muslims and the media: do they understand each other?

Published by Multicultural Media Exchange, Australia, 2012

David’s dance with dementia

Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2016

Helping bring smiles back: donate to BSL’s dental program

Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2016

Media ‘totally wrong’, says Egyptian minister

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Published by 96.5 Inner FM radio station, Australia, 2016

Relax your travel warning, Egyptian minister tells Australia

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Published by 96.5 Inner FM radio station, Australia, 2016

Carving our way: Christinaray creates masterful mural

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Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2016

First impressions matter: helping asylum seekers into jobs

Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2016

Making coffee in less than 60 seconds: jobs for asylum seekers

Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2015

‘Always keep your head up high’: Belal talks about youth jobs

Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2016

Tarnya’s take on the future of work

 Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2016

‘Out there everywhere with their mates’: disability in the 21st century

Rhonda Galbally’s 2016 Sambell Oration: full speech with sign language

Published by the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Australia, 2017

Ngilamleleni by Floewe (The A Capella Sessions)

Lomatsemba by Floewe (The A Capella Sessions)

Ngikhombise by Floewe (The A Capella Sessions)

Self-published, 2016

Lesotho votes 2017: what does it mean for regular people?

Self-published, 2016

‘I will personally accept the result’: Lesotho’s former leader Tom Thabane runs for top job again

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Self-published, 2016

‘School Days Over’, performed by Dan Sultan (a song for Ros)

Self-published, 2017

Bheki Makhubu: the story of a jailed editor

Published by Freedom House. Broadcast by South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), 2014

The Life of a Swazi student

In 2013, Swaziland’s Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA-Swaziland) hosted two interns from Limkokwing University of Creative Technology. The two interns, Phesheya Ian Kunene and Bhekilanga Wakhile Kunene, filmed and edited a short documentary about university life in Swaziland. Phesheya and Bhekilanga interviewed four current students, one former student, a lecturer, and the former minister for labour and social security.

I was working at MISA-Swaziland at the time and oversaw and produced the project, training the interns on interviewing, filming and editing.

The purpose of the film, said Bhekilanga, is to “give a voice to students, to hear their side of the story”. This shortened version of the film, which was launched at Limkokwing University in Swaziland in December 2013, runs for 15 minutes. It was broadcast on Swazi TV on the day of the launch. The full documentary can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/21hLkhV

Published by the Media Institute of Southern Africa. Broadcast by Swazi TV, 2014

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