Nick Van der Kolk

Nick Van der Kolk

Independent Producer

Nick van der Kolk is a radio producer, sound designer, and events organizer whose work has aired on numerous radio outlets worldwide. He's the host of the critically acclaimed Love + Radio podcast and the co-founder of Megapolis -- an audio art and leftfield radio documentary festival, next taking place June 2015 in Oakland, CA.


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The story of a chance meeting in the Nevada desert that lead to a series of court battles that lasted for over 30 years.

The Man in the Road

The story of a chance meeting in the Nevada desert that lead to a series of court battles that lasted for over 30 years.

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