AudioBear’s first project is a 27-minute documentary named “Breaking the Mould” and has been commissioned for BBC Radio Lincolnshire, set to be broadcast in January 2013.
It’s all about exploring Lincolnshire’s waste and recycling industry. We’ve been amongst every kind of waste you can think of - mainly sewage and bins.
Here’s a longer (and rougher) edit.
After understanding more about radio, I want to do more off my own back and aim that little bit higher.
My small University project group and I have set up AudioBear, a place where we can put our work and a more professional online environment.
So check it out - http://audiobear.co.uk
Up Down Go Machine:
I was really excited to be asked to organise a team to film the BBC Introducing stage at SO Festival 2012 in Tower Gardens, Skegness.
After a lot of preparation, we filmed it and here’s the highlights:
This week’s BBC Introducing in Lincolnshire videos.
New video filmed for BBC Introducing in Lincolnshire. Part of Up Down Go Machine’s live session.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve started making the session videos for BBC Introducing in Lincolnshire (with Emily Mullender & Chris Moore). It’s so enjoyable and exiting to to see all of the talented musicians performing live!
Check them out at youtube.com/bbcintrolincs. I’ve also posted one below.
As of today (21/02/12), I become the new Assistant BA/Editor/Researcher for the weekly show ‘New Wave’ on Siren 107.3 FM in Lincoln. I’ll be contributing to one-in-three of the live shows, broadcast 4-5pm on Tuesdays.
I’m really excited to be joining New Wave and excited to get starting today!
For part of our radio drama project, we have been looking into ways of visualising what we’ve been doing. As a promotional tool I have created a “Behind the Scenes” video to introduce the team and process with a basic approach.
Today I have been offered to cover and document the new exhibition in Lincoln - “Neither Spit Nor Diamonds” which is a entropy themed art exhibition. This will run from now until March.
To find out more about Entropy@Lincoln visit; http://entropylincoln.tumblr.com/