Watch | Year in Review: Memories of 2011

Monday, December 26, 2011

AUDIO SLIDESHOW. WNYC takes a look back at the year that was: the noteworthy news-makers, the career-ending scandals, the historic uprisings, just to name a few of the headline-grabbers. Take a look at memories from 2011.

The audio montage was produced by Beth Fertig and Richard Yeh, engineered by Wayne Shulmister and Paul Schneider, and edited by Karen Frillmann.

Photos contributed by: Stephen Nessen, Getty Images, Sarah Kate Kramer, Sam Lewis, Arun Venugopal and other WNYC reporters.


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Body memories

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Feb. 05 2012 09:04 AM

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