Across North America and Europe huge audiences sit – often in national theaters – and experience journalism: reported stories augmented with audio, video and live music and put together in a new genre you could call 'theatrical journalism'. The audience bonds emotionally with the stories, with the storytellers and with each other. How to re-enchant journalism? Why bring imagination to factual narratives? Meet live journalism pioneer Douglas McGray, in discussion with Florence Martin-Kessler.