Fantastic Noise
What is radio now, anyway? (featuring Radio X’s Matt Deverson)

What is radio now, anyway? (featuring Radio X’s Matt Deverson)

August 6, 2018

This episode tackles the near-philosophical question of how we define radio. Joining Terry is co-host Jack Wilson who has just graduated with a first-class degree in Journalism from the University.

They hear from; Managing Editor of Radio X and Global TV - Matt Deverson (https://www.radiox.co.uk), Radio Futurologist James Cridland (james.cridland.net), & Dr Janey Gordon - Principal Lecturer at the University of Bedfordshire (beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/departments/culture-and-communications/staff/janey-gordon). 

We'll also hear from Dr Lawrie Hallett, Senior Lecturer in Radio and Journalism (beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/departments/culture-and-communications/staff/lawrie-hallett), in his radio surgery. And do some jargon busting with our 'radio word of the week'.

Fantastic Noise is a podcast about making radio. Recorded in the Radio LaB 97.1FM studios in the University of Bedfordshire. Produced and presented by Terry Lee.

You can follow Fantastic Noise on facebook.com/afantasticnoiseinstagram.com/afantasticnoise & twitter.com/afantasticnoise or email us fantasticnoise@beds.ac.uk. Let us know what you think.

Our art work was produced by Stoo Elvin (facebook.com/iamstooelvin/), our announcements are from Freya McCann, and our theme music is by Liam Ayton.

Making radio news (featuring Absolute Radio’s Emma Jones)

Making radio news (featuring Absolute Radio’s Emma Jones)

July 30, 2018

This episode is all about radio news. Joining Terry is co-host Mary Ferguson (beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/departments/culture-and-communications/staff/mary-ferguson), who works in the University of Bedfordshire Journalism department.

They hear from; Absolute Radio's Breakfast news reader Emma Jones (https://absoluteradio.co.uk/presenters/emma-jones-87/), Senior Lecturer in Journalism & Media from the University of Northampton - Kate Ironside (https://leanpub.com/u/kateironside), & External Affairs Manager at Radiocentre - Michael Ireland (https://www.radiocentre.org/policy/). 

We'll also hear from Dr Lawrie Hallett, Senior Lecturer in Radio and Journalism (beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/departments/culture-and-communications/staff/lawrie-hallett), in his radio surgery. And do some jargon busting with our 'radio word of the week'.

Fantastic Noise is a podcast about making radio. Recorded in the Radio LaB 97.1FM studios in the University of Bedfordshire. Produced and presented by Terry Lee.

You can follow Fantastic Noise on facebook.com/afantasticnoiseinstagram.com/afantasticnoise & twitter.com/afantasticnoise or email us fantasticnoise@beds.ac.uk. Let us know what you think.

Our art work was produced by Stoo Elvin (facebook.com/iamstooelvin/), our announcements are from Freya McCann, and our theme music is by Liam Ayton.

A podcast about podcasts (featuring Ben Green and Eva Krysiak)

A podcast about podcasts (featuring Ben Green and Eva Krysiak)

July 23, 2018

This episode is all about podcasts. Joining Terry is co-host Carlota Larrea (UoB website link),the Head of the School of Culture and Communications at the University of Bedfordshire. She is also Terry's boss...

They hear from; Award-winning podcast producer Eva Krysiak (https://www.everyoneelse.org/), The 'Podcast Master', Muddy Knees Media's Ben Green (or Producer Ben Green as he's commonly known - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Podcast-Master-Ben-Green-ebook/dp/B01720U5QE), and the University of Sunderland's Senior Lecturer in Radio Richard Berry (https://www.sunderland.ac.uk/about/staff/media/richard_berry) who has recently co-authored an acadmeic text about podcasting - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Podcasting-Aural-Cultures-Digital-Media/dp/3319900552. 

We'll also hear from Dr Lawrie Hallett, Senior Lecturer in Radio and Journalism (Dr Lawrie Hallett), in his radio surgery. And do some jargon busting with our 'radio word of the week'.

Fantastic Noise is a podcast about making radio. Recorded in the Radio LaB 97.1FM studios in the University of Bedfordshire. Produced and presented by Terry Lee.

You can follow Fantastic Noise on facebook.com/afantasticnoiseinstagram.com/afantasticnoise & twitter.com/afantasticnoise or email us fantasticnoise@beds.ac.uk. Let us know what you think.

Our art work was produced by Stoo Elvin (facebook.com/iamstooelvin/), our announcements were from Freya McCann, and our theme music is by Liam Ayton.

Presenting to you, Fantastic Noise (featuring Thordis Fridriksson and Kate Cocker)

Presenting to you, Fantastic Noise (featuring Thordis Fridriksson and Kate Cocker)

July 17, 2018

This episode is all about radio presenting. Joining Terry is co-host Chris Ros (@_chrisros), a recent graduate from the University who is looking to establish his own radio presenting career. They hear from; Thordis Fridriksson (@thunderfairy) from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, Luke Gregory (@gregoryonair) - a University of Bedfordshire graduate and freelance radio presenter currently on KMFM, and radio presenter coach Kate Cocker (www.thepresentercoach.co.uk).

We'll also hear from Dr Lawrie Hallett, Senior Lecturer in Radio and Journalism, in his radio surgery. And do some jargon busting with our 'radio word of the week'.

The first episode of a brand new podcast series. Fantastic Noise is a podcast about making radio. Recorded in the Radio LaB 97.1FM studios in the University of Bedfordshire. Produced and presented by Terry Lee.

You can follow Fantastic Noise on www.facebook.com/afantasticnoise, www.instagram.com/afantasticnoise & www.twitter.com/afantasticnoise or email us fantasticnoise@beds.ac.uk. Let us know what you think.

Our art work was produced by Stoo Elvin (www.facebook.com/iamstooelvin/), our announcements were from Freya McCann, and our theme music is by Liam Ayton.

Trail: Fantastic Noise Trailer

Trail: Fantastic Noise Trailer

June 9, 2018

Terry Lee briefly previews Fantastic Noise, a podcast about making radio. Recorded in the Radio LaB 97.1FM studios in the University of Bedfordshire. 

And we mean briefly - this is less than 3 minutes long!

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