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Intelligent Speech where Roifield Brown speaks to friends and interesting people with the backdrop of great tunes. Imagine a poor mans Mike Pesca from The Gist doing Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 6 Music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
I started creating music on my old PC back in 2002 using DAWs such as Buzz, Fl Studio and Reason. As my artist name suggest I mostly compose tunes that have an ambient edge. My main passion is creating soundscapes, be they soft drifting drones/piano pieces/heavily synth driven, weirdly abstract and classical and orchestral pieces. I mainly compose using apps on my IPad but also make use of whatever instruments I have lying around such as my Pocket Operators, Modal Craftsynth, my favourite is ...
 
Listen to my debut single here: https://mossonyi.ffm.to/in-your-eyes.pbt Pre-save my next single here: https://ffm.to/miracleman.pbt Onyi Moss is a British/Nigerian singer-songwriter and photographer from Manchester, UK. By day, she's a creative who focuses on strong visual content which has seen her gain over 160,000 followers on Instagram and won her various awards (like the 2019 Cosmopolitan Fashion Blogger of the Year). She's introducing her music to the world in 2021. With influences ra ...
 
Global Underground | Nebula Sounds | Tactal Hots | Tarnished Tracks | Lowbit Records | Anjunabeats | Ministry of Sound Bookings and enquiries: djfotn@gmail.com FOTN's music has been featured on a multitude of radio shows including Nemone's BBC Radio 6 Show, Annie Mac's Big Weekend and the Radio 1 Essential Mix and has received support from some of the best DJs across the scene, including Sasha, John Digweed, Solomun, Kolsch, BOg, Solomun, Undercatt, Guy J, Anthony Pappa, Giza DJs, Nick Warre ...
 
Welcome to Backstage with Dan Digs! In this podcast we go behind the scenes at the world's best live music venues and have a chat with my favorite artists before they go on stage. If you like the sounds of Gilles Peterson, Benji B, Mary Anne Hobbs, BBC Radio 6 Music, KCRW, Lefto, Soulection, Pitchfork, The Fader, Pigeons & Planes, Noisey, Okayplayer, Complex, Stones Throw, and Ninja Tune, you'll feel right at home. Find more music, DJ sets, interviews, and radio shows at http://dandigs.com.
 
Short, daily professional voice advice from breathing to conversational reading: specifically for presenters on radio and TV, podcasts, YouTube, commercial voice-overs, ebook and elearning narrators. Communication with the human voice is more prolific than at any other time in our evolution: thousands of TV and radio stations, millions of podcast episodes, more than a billion YouTube videos… plus millions more audio books, commercial voiceovers, e-learning commentaries and business-related v ...
 
Clive Garrard first got the radio bug as a schoolboy after meeting his hero Emperor Rosko. This had a profound effect on the lad and he realised that he simply had to become a DJ. Greatly influenced by listening to Radio Caroline because of "the great music not played anywhere else" Clive began doing mobile disco's throughout the 1980's and joined Hospital Radio Tunbridge Wells in 1982. Later he was able to put this experience to good use presenting patients requests for BBC Radio Kent. He h ...
 
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Dead Rock Stars is a new, enlightening yet wholly amusing podcast presented by former Classic Rock editor and star Kerrang! writer Mick Wall and Metal Hammer and The Quietus regular Joel McIver. Between them, these two rock writers have written over fifty books on music and contributed to dozens of publications. The new podcast, produced by 7digital – whose resumé includes Bruce Dickinson’s Rock Show and Radcliffe And Maconie for BBC 6 Music radio show – celebrates Wall and McIver’s combined ...
 
Episode 1 - The Roots of Reggae. In episode one, Don looks at the beginnings of Reggae, from the naming of the genre, the tracks that created the foundations, the catalysts behind the genre and even his fathers Sound System parties in South London.Don Letts is one of the central characters in reggae in the UK. Dating back to the seventies where his residency at the infamous Roxy club switched a whole generation of punks onto Reggae and is still at the forefront of new music with his BBC Radi ...
 
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY PIETER TOERIEN PRODUCTIONS. People of Note is broadcast on Sunday evening at 6 pm on Fine Music Radio with a repeat on Thusday afternoon at 1 pm, presented by Rodney Trudgeon. Says Rodney: “There are a number of fascinating people who pass through Cape Town and I’ve always felt there to be a need for a programme that allows an in-depth discussion with these personalities. Whether their fields are music, literature, theatre, dance, opera or even politics and economics, we ...
 
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We are Shaka Loves You and welcome to SLY Radio! Expect a wide range of musical goodness from funk & hip-hop through to soul & disco with special guest interviews and much more! Please subscribe, follow or leave us a comment if you're enjoying the music, we love to hear from you guys! “If you don't like these guys, just throw away your ears” - Craig Charles (BBC 6 Music) “These guys kill it” - DJ Jazzy Jeff “Dance-floor friendly party rockers” - Mixmag For more info and to join the SLY famil ...
 
Producer, DJ IC - London, UK. Sneja Recordings, Clubshine Records, Housupa Records, Mukua Records. Featured on Kiss FM Australia, Mixmag, Resident Advisor, BBC 1Xtra, Ministry of Sound Radio & various underground stations up and down the country. For bookings & Production Work - E: icdj.promos@gmail.com Follow DJ IC on instagram: icdj #Afro #AfroHouse #AfroTech #Spirtual #SoulfulAfroHouse #Amapiano #DrumsRadio - www.drumsradio.com
 
Shed Talks is a good humoured show about mental health and coping with life – what happens when things go wrong, and what you can do to get better and stay well. Shed Talks is hosted by Jeremy Thomas – a funny guy with experience of serious mental illness, and an advocate of good mental health. Jeremy is going to be in conversation with interesting people drawn from the world of Film, TV, Music, Books, Crime, Gardening, and Business. Interesting people who have achieved something in their li ...
 
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Sam Downie. For info goto: www.dsoundz.co.uk

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Unique Technology interviews about Apple Computer and it's users. Sam Downie brings 16 years of being a Apple User and 6 years of radio work to the Mac world. If you've heard him before you know what to expect... interviews, commentary, guests. If you haven't heard him, then welcome to Sam's look at all things Apple and Apple related news. Reporting from the UK, the USA and around the world. - Give it a listen!
 
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2020 Visions is a six part series presented by Rys Farthing and K. Biswas charting Britain's future. Episode 1: The Political Future. Guests: Labour’s Jon Cruddas MP; human rights activist Peter Tatchell; ConservativeHome editor Jonathan Isaby, psephologist Professor John Curtice; Dr Madsen Pirie, Director of the free-market Adam Smith Institute; LibDem Voice editor Stephen Tall; David Babbs of campaign organisation 38 Degrees, and the New Statesman’s Laurie Penny. Episode 2: Poverty, inequa ...
 
In a world of trash opinions, they're here to give the least trashy and most correct takes. We debate the most controversial and important topics of our time, while trying to navigate the world during this bizarre time. Brought to you by critically acclaimed London rockers Luke Griffiths (Falseheads) and Nishant Joshi (The Palpitations), the two friends take on culture, politics, science and even a little bit of music, sometimes. Luke Griffiths is the notorious frontman of London rock band F ...
 
NOTE: The MP3 files used by this podcast appear to be missing. They may have been removed permanently from their source location. Last Chance to See is a 1989 BBC radio documentary series and its accompanying book, written and presented by Douglas Adams and Mark Carwardine. In the series, Adams and Carwardine travel to various locations in the hope of encountering species on the brink of extinction. Carwardine was reported to have said: "We put a big map of the world on a wall, Douglas stuck ...
 
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2021.10.24 – 0297 – 6 – Shades of Colour In your ‘vocal palette’ you: · slightly colour new information… · give slightly more colour to the first part of contrasting information… · and slightly more again to the second part of contrasting information. That’s because you have to give credit to your audience: they understand that there is a pattern i…
 
2021.10.23 – 0296 – Guiding The Listener It’s a complicated explanation, and your intonation will help the listener through who is doing what with who and when. And that of course is the point of intonation – to signpost the sense of a story. Here’s another example. Read it aloud naturally and then look at the construction and with what you know so…
 
2021.10.22 – 0295 – Contrasts Within Contrasts Let’s make it a bit more fun, because sometimes there’s more than one contrast, or contrasts within contrasts! “Some dealerships give you a free vehicle wash with every service, we give an internal valet too … with every service and every winter tyre change.” Note the contrasts between “some dealership…
 
2021.10.21 – 0294 – 5 – Look For The Balance Look for the fulcrum in the story – what balances one side of it with another. A story is often a story because the arc is based around an axis-point: ‘while this is happening over here, that’s happening over there . . .’, or ‘he says this, but she says that’. In your head you probably just read that sen…
 
2021.10.20 – 0293 – 4 – How Long Before An Old Idea Is New Again Yeah, good point. I mean, if you’re reading a longer script, a word, term or idea may keep reappearing. You can’t subdue every subsequent reference to it just because you said it two paragraphs or pages before. Indeed not. It becomes a new idea when other information has been introduc…
 
2021.10.19 – 0292 – 3 – Synonyms: simple and advanced We looked at the basic synonyms earlier. This is when “the Prime Minister” is then referred to as “she”, or “The Green Fingered Gardening Group” is called “the business”. And we discussed how, just because it’s a different word, the idea is still old: that person, organisation or idea has alread…
 
Emily Pilbeam presents a mixtape of her personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing with Alewya, Priestgate, Shelf Life Sad Night Dynamite, Chrissi, Morgan Harper Jones, Deep Tan, Greg Surmacz, L E M F R E C K, Henry Carlyle, Ustoo, Adult DVD, Clwb Fuzz, The Howl & The Hum & Tom Everett.By BBC Radio 6 Music
 
2021.10.18 – 0291 – ‘Reading In’ In broadcast newsrooms, the person who writes the introduction to a story (the cue) may not be the person who goes on and actually records the script of the story itself. That’s because larger newsrooms might have specialist writer and those who are on-air. In smaller newsrooms it’s because the newsreader (who will …
 
2021.10.17 – 0290 – Grades Of Lifting And Subduing You will remember the musical stave earlier, and realise that it’s not a matter of rising up from and down to your ‘home tone’ of intonation, in many cases you need to go below that tone to ‘un-colour’ or ‘subdue’ a word or phrase, such is its insignificance. I have used the word ‘subtle’ and ‘nuan…
 
2021.10.16 – 0289 – Subduing Old Information: Examples Let’s look at the idea of subduing old information with a few more examples: · “The England football captain and other members of the team” – you would not highlight “team” as you have suggested that is what you’re referring to (with the use of the words “captain” and “other members”), and so w…
 
2021.10.15 – 0288 – When Information Is Implied VOICE BOX This subduing of old information also, as I mentioned before, goes for information which – although never explicitly said – is implied: A large fire has broken out at a coffin makers in Strabane, County Tyrone. The Northern Ireland Fire Service is at the blaze at O'Doherty's on Railway Stree…
 
2021.10.14 – 0287 – The Synonym Intonation Substitution. Here’s a quick way to work out whether you should be ‘colouring a synonym’: simply put into effect The Synonym Intonation Substitution. This is: take a word or phrase that you think may be a synonym for something you have already said, and replace it with that first mention. Then read those s…
 
2021.10.13 – 0286 – What To Do About Synonyms The same goes when synonyms (other words which have the same meaning) are used: · “A man’s been stabbed on Epsom Common. He was attacked as he walked on wasteland near the Wells estate.” o Colour “stabbed” as this is new information, but un-colour “attacked” as it is a synonym. The same principle goes f…
 
2021.10.12 – 0285 – 2 - Un-colour Old Information Unimportant or old information (that is, detail which is already known or presumed to be known), can be ‘thrown away’ in your delivery and does not need to be highlighted. It can stay on your level tone or subdued. “The crash was between two cars. The blue car hit the red car.” We just saw how you w…
 
2021.10.11 – 0284 – What Are Meaningful Words? VOICE BOX Meaning-ful words These are the words which help make the story, the story. They are the ‘magic key’ words to help the listener understand what is being said, rather than the (usually) shorter, more common words which are the ‘glue’ that holds the sentences together. When talking conversation…
 
2021.10.10 – 0283 – 1 - Colour Important New Information Here are then, some keys to a good read. 1 – Colour Important New Information In ad-libbed speaking we naturally highlight the detail that ‘makes the story, the story’ – the information that is new and important, the facts that we want to draw attention to, and which propel the message… the ‘…
 
2021.10.09 – 0282 – Intentional Intonation THE GUIDE to INTENTIONAL INTONATION Your intonation education and behaviour modification, starts here! Accurate intonation is the most important of all elements in spoken delivery. It allows your message to be communicated with precision. There is no point in reading if your listeners don’t understand the …
 
2021.10.08 – 0281 – Emma’s Story If you understand the sense of the story, why it is relevant and interesting, then you stand a better chance of making it compelling when you read it. Put yourself in the place where the story happened, see it as you read it to add to your conviction… – like Emma, the travel reporter… I was called in by the manager …
 
2021.10.07 – 0280 – - How to Sound Like You Know What You’re Talking About. - How to sound like you know what you’re talking about. You can do this by actually knowing what you’re talking about. (You can’t fake sincerity.) If you don’t know the meaning of what you’re reading, then how will you will be able to convey the meaning to your audience? Go…
 
2021.10.06 – 0279 – The Bus Driver Analogy If you have ‘randomisation of intonation’ then it’s like travelling on a bus with a driver who keeps clipping the curb. You get so caught up with hanging on to the seat that you’re not ‘hanging onto their every word’. Your listeners have to be reassured where you are going with a script, so they can ‘enjoy…
 
2021.10.05 – 0278 – Intonation Is Easier If… ‘Read intonation’ becomes easier if you: · Understand the message of the script or story · Realise its significance – if you are interested you will sound interesting · Know who the intended listener is · And their ‘desired response’ Audio recording script and show notes (c) 2021 Peter Stewart Through th…
 
2021.10.04 – 0277 – Nervous Newbies This person is a beginner in reading, perhaps live on air. Their problem is that they start their read not on their ‘home pitch’ but one or two octaves higher, which means that when they need to intonate a word using a slightly higher pitch there’s little head room to move in to. It can sound painful for humans t…
 
Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on People of Note is the well-known and much respected author and columnist TOM EATON. Tom is a Business Day and Times Select columnist and the author of the bestselling novel The De Villiers Code, among other books. His latest book has the following intriguing title: “Is It Me or Is It Getting Hot In Here? – Great Expectati…
 
2021.10.03 – 0276 – The ‘Grand Old Duke Of York’ Readers These are the presenters who rise in pitch as the sentence goes on, then pause three words from the end of it before completing it on… [1] a [2] downward [3] inflection. They are in effect, marching their words to the top of the hill… and then down again. (Say those two previous sentences wit…
 
2021.10.02 – 0275 – ‘Intonation Stew’ Readers Sometimes I hear a script that sounds like an ‘intonation stew’, with intonations rising and falling for no apparent reason, and emphasis either in all the wrong places. It’s always hard to listen to that kind of read, because it’s completely un-natural. That is, it doesn’t mimic the way we speak in con…
 
2021.10.01 – 0274 – Action Intonators I have also read advice to “stress every verb, because they’re action-words”. That is simply wrong! There may be some sense in colouring (not ‘stress’ please!) some action words (as long as they are keys to the sense of the script (see below) such as run, fight, punch, jump and so on. They are certainly ‘action…
 
2021.09.30 – 0273 – Plonking “Just a little tip, you don’t underline every third word for emphasis because it sounds really unnatural” that’s what Ira Glass the host and producer of the radio and television series ‘This American Life’ is quoted as saying.[1] Similarly, NPR says: “You should give certain words a little punch, but in a way that doesn…
 
2021.09.29 – 0272 – Intonation Constipation This is when there is barely any intonation at all – your presentation style is as flat as Ian McDonald on diazepam.[1] With such a delivery, all the ‘story signposts’ are at the same level. Low. And even though the delivery may be unemotional – good on occasion – it may also be considered uninvolving or …
 
2021.09.28 – 0271 – The Stale Story Read Another close relation, The Stale Story read is also the style of the 24-hour news channel presenter, who is reading the same script for the umpteenth hour and forgets to inject an element of understanding into it. It’s the style of the autocue automaton who forgets that someone is hearing this information f…
 
Grace Savage, Callum Martin-Moore, Lazyboy, Pecq, Oscar Mic, Maisy Grace, Snippet Aka Johnno Casson, Paige Kennedy, Facepaint, Leo Aram-Downs, Webmoms ft. Maddy, Sugarcane, Asha Mccarthy, I, Claudia, Astroturf Inspector, Spee Six Nine, Lola In Slacks, handpicked by Tom Robinson from the BBC Introducing Uploader.…
 
2021.09.27 – 0270 – The News Channel Read This is the style of intonation in which every story is read in a similar style. It takes its name from the ’24-hour news’ style, where presenters don’t have time to read new stories off air before they do so on air. They get into a ‘reading rut’, a muscle-memory delivery that has the same pattern and inton…
 
People of Note this week takes on an interestingly different format. My producer and I went to Ian Burgess Simpson’s Piano Shop in Lakeside where he had just taken delivery of a Fazioli Concert Grand for a local buyer. I invited Francois du Toit and three of his award winning piano students to come along with me and we discussed this amazing piano …
 
2021.09.26 – 0269 – Sing-Song Reads Here then is my ‘Reading Rogue’s Gallery’ – ‘criminal intonations’ committed by newbies who haven’t been trained properly, and old hands who’re stuck in a rut. Sing-song reads These are scripts read with a repetitive rhythm, with a similar rise and fall in one sentence as another. This kind of delivery shows that…
 
2021.09.25 – 0268 – When Wrong Words Are Intoned If the wrong words are ‘intoned’, you are not achieving the main part of your job: effective communication. · the listener may not be able to follow · you may lose their attention entirely · they may become annoyed as they struggle to understand the sense of the story · you may give the impression th…
 
2021.09.24 – 0267 – When Intonation Goes Wrong When Intonation Goes Wrong Later we will look at intonation, the lift or suppression of individual words and phrases to indicate significance. Mis-emphasis destroys the authority and believability of your delivery. Intonation is greatly misunderstood and badly taught – if at all. While researching cont…
 
2021.09.23 – 0266 – Un-Colouring Words And the counterbalance to colouring or lifting a word or phrase, is ‘un-colouring’ or dropping a word or phrase. It’s part of ‘throwing away’ unimportant information, and is just as important as highlighting the ‘best bits’. Without one, there would not be the other. People do not process every word you utter …
 
2021.09.22 – 0265 – The Intonation Colour Chart Intonational ‘colour chart’; There are four basic levels: Level 4 - Special Stress – more energy emphasis Level 3 - Primary Lift - slightly raised in range Level 2 - Home Base – your natural resting ‘mono-tone’ Level 1 - Finality - low pitch This is how that framework can be used: [1] · Statements of …
 
2021.09.21 – 0264 – Graduations of Intonations Intonation Gradations Intonation requires you to give the correct degree of colour to ‘key’ words or phrases in a sentence, to show which of several possible meanings is intended. ‘Colour’ is a nuanced combination of: · Pitch – when we change the inflection or tone of the word by lifting it (this happe…
 
2021.09.20 – 0263 – The Intonation Code So you will see by now that your intonation can greatly influence the meaning of the message and you have to select the weight of your intonation carefully to ensure that the correct information is communicated to your audience. Intonation is the code we have to unlock the meaning of what people ‘really’ mean…
 
Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on this week’s edition of People of Note is a truly multi-talented South African composer, musician and teacher. LIAM PITCHER is known primarily for blending elements of classical, electroacoustic and electronica music as well as for his distinctive piano improvisations. In fact he has just released a 10 CD set of his improv…
 
2021.09.19 – 0262 – An Intonation Exercise You want another example? Try this: “He lost the point”. But depending how it is ‘intoned’ it could mean: · “He lost the point” – everyone else tried really hard, but that point loss? It was down to him. · “He lost the point” – we had all hoped that the point was going to be won, it was down to the wire, o…
 
2021.09.18 – 0261 – The Red Hat Mystery Those examples were with a single word, so now let’s try a similar exercise with the basic sentence “I didn’t say Roger took the red hat”. How we say each of those words, in relation to the others, helps explain more of meaning behind the statement than the actual words themselves. I didn’t say Roger took the…
 
2021.09.17 – 0260 – “Hello…” Intonation is what we all use naturally every day in our conversational speech. As native speakers of whatever language, we have the rhythms and flows, the up and downlifts, the speed, projections and pauses, all in-built. That’s because we have heard the lilt of the language from inside the womb and every day since. An…
 
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