Essays on the subject of ‘radio- feature/documentaries’

by: Virginia Madsen, AU Here are two recent essays of mine on the subject of radio feature/documentaries – hopefully giving ‘IFCers’  an idea of the book I will finish by end this year (or I might take up mushroom farming!) I also alert to a review essay I have just written published this week on … More Essays on the subject of ‘radio- feature/documentaries’

German colleague Helmut Kopetzky published his ‘bits and bytes’ (2012) into ‘black letters on white paper’ (2013)

One year ago, our German colleague Helmut Kopetzky published a book called „Radiojahre – Vom linearen Zeitalter in die vernetzte Welt“ (approx. „From the linear age to the network society“) as free Internet download –  a personal review of our appreciated radio genre, investigated during 40 years from the angle of a hard-working feature author … More German colleague Helmut Kopetzky published his ‘bits and bytes’ (2012) into ‘black letters on white paper’ (2013)

‘Hello Again’: New book by feature colleague Simon Elmes, BBC

Hello Again: Nine Decades of Radio Voices “The story of how ordinary voices became the daily fix for nine decades of British listeners. The result is a wonderful blend of insight, history and nostalgia that will appeal to radio’s many aficionados.” Simon Elmes Publication date: 15th Nov. 2012 (MORE INFO: new window) +AUDIO read by … More ‘Hello Again’: New book by feature colleague Simon Elmes, BBC

Does anyone speak French? Book by French feature maker: René Farabet

(René Farabet) “For your information, my book “Théâtre d’ondes, théâtre d’ombres” (Wave theater, shadow theater) has been published by Champ social éditions (34bis rue Clérisseau – Nîmes – France) It’s a little essay about “sound creating” (particularly radio) – analysis of the sound phenomenon, listening, writing for radio, “dramaturgie”,a;s;o. Perhaps this might interest some documentary … More Does anyone speak French? Book by French feature maker: René Farabet

Our German colleague Helmut Kopetzky recently launched a book called ‘Radiojahre – Vom linearen Zeitalter in die vernetzte Welt’

Our German colleague Helmut Kopetzky recently launched a book called „Radiojahre – Vom linearen Zeitalter in die vernetzte Welt“ (approx. „From the linear age to the network society“) – a personal review of our appreciated radio genre,  witnessed from the angle of a feature author over 40 years. His book exists only in the net … More Our German colleague Helmut Kopetzky recently launched a book called ‘Radiojahre – Vom linearen Zeitalter in die vernetzte Welt’