Josie Long presents a sequence of brief encounters, true stories and short documentaries in which the boundaries blur between real life and dreaming.
Josie Long presents a sequence of brief encounters, true stories and short documentaries in which the boundaries between 'real' life and dreaming blur.
From the addictive, perception-altering qualities of romantic love through to a surreal story about recording dreams. We hear from the legendary film editor and director Walter Murch about the dreamlike qualities of cinematic narratives and the psychologist Susan Blackmore's experience of looking down from the ceiling at her own body.
The items featured in the programme are:
Feat. Susan Blackmore
Prod. Sara Parker
Feat. Walter Murch
The Man Who Could Record Your Dreams
Prod. Bob Carlson
Originally broadcast on Unfictional
An extended version of this story can he found here: http://www.kcrw.com/etc/programs/uf/uf110909the_man_who_could_re
Feat. Kester Brewin
Love is a Drug
Feat. Helen Fisher
Prod. Hana Walker Brown
Found sound from Tape Findings
Series Producer: Eleanor McDowall
A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 4.
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