Fantastic Noise
Fantastic Noise
Jan 8, 2020
Trail: Making Radio Drama (Live!) - Weds 26th February 2020
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Join us for this very special recording of the Fantastic Noise podcast at the University of Bedfordshire discussing the production of audio drama.


Host Terry Lee is Senior Tutor in Radio & Audio at the University of Bedfordshire. He is also responsible for the award-winning community radio station, Radio LaB 97.1FM.

Joining Terry will be:

-       Jeremy Howe - Editor of BBC Radio 4's ‘The Archers’, the world’s longest running drama, with around 19,000 episodes since 1951. In February 2019, the contemporary rural drama was voted as the second best radio programme of all time by a panel of experts.

-       Adam Jarrell - from 'The Offensive', an award-winning mockumentary podcast that follows fictional Premier League club Ashwood City FC. He will answer questions about the challenges of creating new audio drama and establishing an audience without a radio station backing.

There will also be a quiz, with prizes to be won including Amazon Echo Dot Smartspeakers.

The event will be recorded, both as a podcast (to be published soon afterwards), and as a video (for the Fantastic Noise Facebook page).

Before and after the recording there will be an opportunity for networking, and further discussion about radio and our evolving media landscape. 

Refreshments will be provided, with food & wine after the talk.

Fantastic Noise launched in summer 2018 as an audio platform for themed discussions on what good radio and audio is. It is used as a pedagogical aid in academic institutions around the world.

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