Carma Jolly

CBC Radio One

Carma Jolly is a producer at CBC Radio’s Outfront, a Canadian radio program that invites listeners to create documentaries about themselves. Jolly has worked in radio since 1993, mostly in news and current affairs. She has made numerous documentaries and even won some awards. She’ll also proudly mention that a side adventure found her in New Delhi interning at India’s first women’s press.

Carma Jolly on KCRW

In this episode, two personal stories from "Outfront," a 15 minute documentary series that ran on the CBC in Canada up until a few years ago.

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In this episode, two personal stories from "Outfront," a 15 minute documentary series that ran on the CBC in Canada up until a few years ago.

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