Jesse Cox

Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Jesse Cox is an artist and radio producer with a passion for storytelling. He won the Director’s Choice at the Third Coast International Audio Festival for a 360documentaries program Keep them Guessing, a feature about his mind reading grandparents and was one of the creators, producers and presenters of the storytelling series Long Story Short on RN.


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A man delves into his grandparent's history as massively popular mind readers on the radio.

Keep Them Guessing

A man delves into his grandparent's history as massively popular mind readers on the radio.

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