Saturday 13 January
9.30am – 6pm
With David Neville, Producer BBC Radio Scotland
Working in BBC Scotland’s Radio Drama Studio the training will give lecturers an insight into how radio dramas are produced at BBC Radio Scotland. From developing the script with a writer to directing actors in the studio, participants will get the inside track on how BBC Scotland produces drama for BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio 4.
During the day extracts from radio scripts will be recorded with participants being cast and recorded in various roles. You will also get the opportunity to observe the recording process from the control room. The training will cover the differences between directing and acting in theatre and radio; recording techniques; use of the microphone; sound effects and background atmospheres.
9.30am Meeting point at reception and registration
10am – 11am Introduction and preparation
11am – 5pm Rehearse/Record in studio
5pm – 6pm Refreshments and Q&A
Lunch will be provided.
Tickets are free and will be allocated on a first come first served basis, there are a limited number of places. If you find that you can no longer attend the event, please cancel your ticket as soon as possible to allow someone else to take your place.
Please note this event is exclusively for SDTN Lecturers for a list of our institutions click here.
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