Where were you on January 14th?

Episode 7: Interference on the Airwaves

Rabeb Srairi recently became known from the series "Nouba."  In January 2011, she began working for the radio station Shems FM, then owned by Ben Ali's daughter. Soon after, she learned what journalism is really about when covering what turned out to be one of the most significant events in Tunisian contemporary history. After the January 14 demonstration, in the radio station's premises, as well as in the Carthage Palace, a transformation is taking place. Rabeb looks back on this experience which changed her view of things in multiple ways. 

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Where Were You on January 14? is a podcast series produced by Inkyfada. 

Over one year, in the lead up to the tenth anniversary of the revolution, Inkyfada looks back on the events of January 14, 2011 in Tunis, through the personal stories of individuals who lived it, offering an alternative documentation of contemporary history, based on various points of view.

These individuals bring us along as they retrace their experiences of this monumental day.

Directing

Bochra Triki
Monia Ben Hamadi

recording

Hazar Abidi

editing

Bochra Triki

music, sound design, and mixing

Oussema Gaidi

voice over

Bochra Triki

Subtitles

Bochra Triki 
Ons Othmani
Roua Khlifi

Illustration

Marwen Ben Mustapha

design

Malek Khadhraoui

dEvelopment

Aymen Jerbi

 with the collaboration of

the entire Inkyfada team

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