Happy New Year Friends!!
We hope you had a great holiday and are fattened up, refreshed and ready to embark on the audio frenzy that 2012 promises to be. To celebrate the New Year, we’ve got a host of exclusive friendly treats for you including:
Fellow Friend Seán Street (and Professor Emeritus of Radio at Bournemouth University) shares with us an extract from his forthcoming publication, The Poetry of Radio: The Colour of Sound in which he explores the imaginative connections between Radio and Poetry.
Appetite whetted? Damn straight! We have a copy of Sean’s book to give away, in return for your participation in an exercise that in this context is poetic and beautiful, but on your local radio station would be cheesy. Yes it’s time to… Guess the sound! You could win a copy of Sean’s book worth £80!
What’s going down in the world of Czech radio? Well Nina’s been at the Jihlava Fesitval finding out all about it! Find out who you should be listening out for in an interview with Head of Radio Documentaries, Eva Nachmilnerova and hear work from one of the country’s top featuremakers, Jiri Slavicinsky (don’t worry, it’s in English) Click here for more! >>
News from the In The Dark team in Sydney with an audio interview with Jessie Cox from their second ITD event.
Back by popular demand, Connor Walsh brings us his round up of news and gossip from the world of audio: on the web, on the air and in his head.