Making Radio Documentary
Feb 27 — Mar 27
Wednesday Evenings (7 - 9pm)
£180 / £160 (Student) / £140 (UCL Student)
Led by a leading radio producer and reporter, this course provides the basic skills needed to get out there and start recording and putting together an audio documentary, podcast or radio programme.
The course starting from October 31st is sold out. The next edition of the course is from the 27th of February 2019 and bookings are available now.
Led by BBC reporter and radio producer Chloe Hadjimatheou, this course is targeted towards people who want to move from filmmaking to producing audio documentaries, those who want to make their first ever radio documentary and people who are just passionate about listening to radio/documentary audio. This course provides the basic skills needed to get out there and start recording and putting together an audio documentary, podcast or radio programme. Students will study techniques and industry tips and listen to plenty of great radio. There is the opportunity to pitch ideas and develop them throughout the course, as well as practical exercises to get students to lose their inhibitions and start recording.
The following topics are only indicative:
- Where to go for ideas and inspiration
- How to choose equipment
- Pitching Ideas
- Interviewing techniques
- Structuring your doc
- Editing using free programme Audacity
- Where to take your ideas
“This was a brilliant introductory course to radio documentary making – informative, practical and inspiring. I’d highly recommend it.’ – Ellen Wiles, past student.
If you have any enquiries regarding this course please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or please call 0203 1086696
Chloe Hadjimatheou is an award-winning BBC reporter and producer whose work includes: Islamic State’s Most Wanted, Searching for Tobias, No Place to Die and America Revisited.