Archive for the ‘People’ Category
The Listening Project is a new initiative to create a space for ordinary members of the public to share their thoughts, opinions, memories and stories, using audio, via the BBC and have them preserved in one of the greatest libraries in the world.
We’re all encouraged to record and share the intimate conversations we’re having with [...]
Daredevil is one of my all time favourite comic book characters. He’s great.
The legend: when young Matt Murdock pushed a blind man out of the way of an oncoming truck, the vehicle crashed into a radioactive isotope which splashed the young lad in the face and blinded him. It could happen, right? Matt found that [...]
Following swiftly on from last Friday’s post about the first Delia Derbyshire Day on Saturday 12 January, in which we reminded you that The BBC Radiophonic Workshop is back, under the stewardship of electronic composer Matthew Herbert, Matthew is appearing on Mary Anne Hobbs’ BBC 6 Music show this coming Sunday, 20 January (from 7am), [...]
We like Foley here at Calrec.
It’s so very creative, and immediate and inspiring. It’s not all about coconuts, as we have heard it unfairly described as before (by me, actually, here. Sorry.)
Tonight, London’s East End plays host to Making Tracks, an event which combines live music and sound with new short films. Supported by Arts Council England, this year the [...]
A recent story we read on the Broadcasting Engineering website has sparked a debate on other social networks about training, the lack of and its suitability with modern infrastructures.
This post was written around a story reported in the Kansas City Star, where a teenager was fatally shocked while working on an unplugged computer. It transpires he was parting [...]