5 posts about Recording on this blog
Wednesday 8 June 2011, 18:43
Editor's note: This episode of Thinking Allowed is now available to listen to on the Radio 4 website - PM.
'Nice to see you in the flesh' said the man in front of me in the Wellcome Collection buffet queue.
'Oh well, it's nice to be here', I said hoping to stave off the usual remarks which follow...
Wednesday 27 October 2010, 14:55
Editor's note: radio drama rivals all other media as a source of innovation and adventurous story-telling technique. Fred Greenhalgh worked on a particularly adventurous example for the Afternoon Play slot at 1415 today. The video shows the recording of one scene on location in New York - SB
Wednesday 20 January 2010, 16:35
Editor's note. Here is producer John Dryden's final Six Suspects blog post - this time about the process of recording the pivotal party scene - used throughout the adaptation. Fascinating. And after it (scroll down), something marvelous: eight deleted and extended scenes, nearly twenty minutes of audio...
Wednesday 13 January 2010, 12:27
John Dryden's second post about recording Six Suspects for Radio 4 - SB.The party sequence in week two - where Vicky Rai is murdered - presented a number of challenges as the sequence of events is repeated each day but each time from a different suspects point of view. The party itself was recorded in...
Thursday 7 January 2010, 15:19
Editor's note. Have you been listening the current Woman's Hour serial? It's called Six Suspects, an adaptation of a story by Vikas Svarup, author of Q&A, the novel that was filmed as Slumdog Millionaire. One of the most distinctive things about Six Suspects is the amazing sound - it's unusually atmospheric...
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