Over the years, the radio documentary has developed into a strikingly vibrant form of creative expression. This title includes nineteen essays in which documentary makers tell - and demonstrate, through stories and transcripts - how they make radio the way they do, and why.
Combining cutting-edge science with real life experiences and practical recommendations, this important book provides an accessible guide to becoming more resilient. Scientific findings, linked to personal accounts of overcoming medical challenges, the loss of loved ones, and other traumatic events, prove that anyone can learn resiliency skills.
The rhythmic lullaby of 'North Utsire, South Utsire' has been lulling the nation's insomniacs to sleep for over 90 years. In 1995, a plan to move the late-night broadcast by just 12 minutes caused a national outcry and was scrapped. Published with Radio 4 and the Met Office, this is a miscellany for seafarers and armchair travellers alike.
A practice and theory guide that sets out the best methods in producing sound for multi-media and the academic theories that underpin the history and analysis of sound expression. It teaches how qualitative sound can be produced for drama, documentary and journalism in radio, theatrical stage production, television and film, online, and animation.
This book draws on Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) - which focuses on resolving emotional and behavioural problems and enables people to lead happier and more fulfilling lives - to provide an understanding of psychological health.