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Fantastic Noise

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A podcast about making radio, from the University of Bedfordshire. Join Terry Lee as we hear from experts and professionals talking about a variety of radio topics, as well as jargon-busting, and discussion exploring how we define what good audio is.
 
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In this episode we reflect on the 25th birthday of the University Of Bedfordshire's community radio station, Radio LaB 97.1FM. In May 2022 we were celebrating. Our beloved radio station, Radio LaB, marked 25 years since it’s first incarnation as Luton FM in May 1997. Back then, the station was live for just 28 days at a time – on a Restricted Servi…
 
In this episode we take a closer look at the making of 'On Track In Greensand Country', an 'audio journey' created by Terry & Dr Lawrie Hallett in April 2021 for the Greensand Country Festival 2021 & shortlisted in the Community Radio Awards 2021. Links: https://anchor.fm/greensandcountry - listen to the finished audio here. https://www.mixcloud.co…
 
In this episode the fantastically talented Emma Saunders speaks with us about broadcasting on BBC 5 Live as part of their sports team. If you ever wanted to learn more about how they go around the grounds so fast on a Saturday afternoon, this is the podcast for you! Fantastic Noise is a podcast about audio production. Recorded in the Radio LaB 97.1…
 
Voxpops. The voice of the people. The person on the street interview. It’s about getting the opinions of ordinary people on the street on a given issue – to present a sample of public opinion at any given time or place. It’s also something we teach in year one at the University of Bedfordshire – because it can lead to fantastic content. Terry spoke…
 
Terry loves Crystal Palace FC. Obviously not everybody does. FYP is a podcast made by and for Crystal Palace fans. Sports fan-run podcasts are increasingly popular, every major sports team will have at least one in their honour. The specific and personal nature of podcasting is allowing this particular genre to grow and thrive. Terry spoke with FYP…
 
Terry has never been a specialist music presenter. But he has worked with some talented DJs over the years and has seen how specialist genre music programmes can bring unique audiences to a radio station. Former University of Bedfordshire student DJ Tash LC currently presents a programme on KISS on Sunday nights. She spoke with Terry to give some i…
 
What is magazine programming? We often signpost students towards Jeremy Vine on Radio 2. Patrick Thomas is part of the production team and kindly spoke with Terry to give some insight into how the programme is made. Fantastic Noise is a podcast about audio production. Recorded in the Radio LaB 97.1FM studios at the University of Bedfordshire. Produ…
 
Some new episodes of Fantastic Noise will be landing in a podcast app near you(r smartphone) from Tuesday 21st September. Released weekly on Tuesdays, we'll be starting with a conversation with producer Patrick Thomas on how they make Jeremy Vine's BBC Radio 2 programme. In later episodes we will speak with Tash LC from KISS about making specialist…
 
In the final episode of our 'Coping through COVID' run, and indeed this series of Fantastic Noise, Terry speaks with Deputy Managing Editor of Radio X, Neil Fearn, to find out more about how one of the biggest commercial radio brands in the UK responded to the coronavirus pandemic. This was recorded in late summer 2020, before the announcement of '…
 
In this episode of our 'Coping through COVID' run, Terry speaks with Pippa Sawyer, who at the time of recording was the Managing Director of Wycombe Sound, to explore how the Community Radio movement in the UK has adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fantastic Noise is a podcast about audio production. Recorded partly at Terry's home, partly in th…
 
In the first of our 'Coping through COVID' run of episodes, Terry speaks with award-winning podcast producer Hana Walker-Brown from Broccoli Content to find out more about how the podcasting movement in the UK has adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fantastic Noise is a podcast about audio production. Recorded partly at Terry's home, partly in th…
 
Working with journalism students, Terry has learnt that there is no substitute for the experience of seeing a huge professional newsroom setting with 100+ people working inside, making the news happen. At Sky News, in their Osterley complex, they have one of THOSE newsrooms. And in one part of that newsroom, is the radio team. Amongst other things,…
 
Local Radio Day is taking place on Monday 12th October. Terry speaks with Dom Chambers from the Local Radio Alliance to find out more about the day, and the future of local radio. Fantastic Noise is a podcast about audio production. Recorded at Terry's home, rather than in the Radio LaB 97.1FM studios at the University of Bedfordshire. Produced and…
 
Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Clearly these organisations are not radio stations or podcasts. But yet they have become crucial to promoting audio brands. Social Media jobs are very important ones in radio now. Steve Ferdinando spoke with us about his role at Radio X as a Senior Social Media Editor, and how it links in with the brand and output of t…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are focusing on True Crime and longer-form podcast storytelling. Terry speaks with Dan Maudsley - from BBC Radio 5 Live. Dan produced the award-winning true-crime podcast series Paradise. He has also recently published the series 'On The Ground'. Fantastic Noise is a podcast about making radio. Recorded at Terry's …
 
Fantastic Noise is back. In this episode of the podcast we're talking about how popular YouTube content creators are turning to podcasting. Terry speaks with Maddie Moate. Over lockdown Maddie and her fiancé Greg Foot produced 'Let's Go Live' - live daily content for children on YouTube. Her channel has tens of millions of views. Maddie is also wel…
 
Some new episodes of Fantastic Noise will be landing in a podcast app near you(r smartphone) from Tuesday 15th September. Released weekly on Tuesdays, we'll be starting with a conversation with Maddie Moate, about her new podcast project Maddie's Sound Explorers. In later episodes will look closely at true-crime podcasts, radio station social media…
 
This is a special 'live' episode of the podcast, recorded with an audience as part of the University of Bedfordshire's #BedsTalks series before the Coronavirus pandemic closed the University teaching spaces. Terry speaks with: - Jeremy Howe - Editor of BBC Radio 4's ‘The Archers’, the world’s longest running drama, with around 19,000 episodes since…
 
Join us for this very special recording of the Fantastic Noise podcast at the University of Bedfordshire discussing the production of audio drama. REGISTER HERE: https://bedstalksfantasticnoiseradiodrama.eventbrite.co.uk/ Host Terry Lee is Senior Tutor in Radio & Audio at the University of Bedfordshire. He is also responsible for the award-winning …
 
Kids deserve good radio and audio too. And, thanks to digital radio and podcasts, there are plenty of options for them now. Audio for children and families is the theme of this episode, and our guests are largely inspired by Terry's 6 year old daughter's listening habits... We're talking with Creative Director of the Story Pirates podcast, Lee Over…
 
Good journalism requires the ability to tell a story that captures the attention of its audience. And there are lots of great examples of good radio and audio storytelling out there now, using journalistic techniques and with qualified journalists guiding the listeners through the process. In this episode we're talking with Editor of BBC Radio 4's …
 
Radio and audio comedy is tough to make. When Terry was on the radio, he would refer to himself as the joke killer - comic line delivery was never his strength... So how do you make good radio comedy? In this episode we're talking with Head of Radio Comedy at BBC Studios, Julia McKenzie. We discuss some dos and don'ts, current trends, and the impor…
 
Sound design - using audio to bring your radio programme, package or production to life. But how do you do good sound designing? In this episode of the podcast we're talking with podcast producer and sound designer Sarah Myles. Sarah has loads of professional experience, and generously shares her knowledge with us. Find her website on https://www.p…
 
It's time for Breakfast. In this episode of the podcast we're talking about what goes into the making of a local breakfast radio programme. Terry is joined by Broadcast Journalism student Serene Muhammed, and speaks with Andy Collins, Ben Nye and Danny Fullbrook from BBC Three Counties Radio. Fantastic Noise is a podcast about making radio. Recorde…
 
Five new episodes of Fantastic Noise will be landing in a podcast app near you(r smartphone) from Tuesday 24th September. Released weekly on Tuesdays, we'll be starting with a look at local breakfast radio, with the BBC 3CR team. In later episodes will look closely at sound design, audio comedy, storytelling and audio for children. Fantastic Noise …
 
In this episode we consider the future of radio, specifically looking at podcasting, the role of student radio, and the range of digital radio platforms we can now access including Small Scale DAB. Terry speaks with; Radio Stakhanov's Luke Moore - who is most well known for being a part of the Football Ramble podcast, the UK Student Radio Associati…
 
Join us for this very special recording of the Fantastic Noise podcast at the University of Bedfordshire discussing the outlook of our beloved audio medium. REGISTER HERE: https://bedstalks-fantasticnoise.eventbrite.co.uk Fantastic Noise launched in summer 2018 as an audio platform for themed discussions on what good radio and audio is. Host Terry …
 
This episode takes a closer look at 'Station Sound' and imaging - such as radio idents, trailers and sponsored promos. Joining Terry in the studio is co-host James Montague, a Media Production student at the University. They hear from; University of Bedfordshire alumnus Dan Prior, who is now the Station Sound producer for Absolute Radio. And BBC Ra…
 
This episode is a bit different, recorded on location in Sheffield at the Community Media Conference 2018 & the Community Radio Awards 2018 on Saturday 15th September 2018. Focusing on the UK community radio scene. Terry speaks to a number of key UK community radio figures, including; Chair of the CMA, Lucinda Guy Radio Regen's Cormac Lawler Lol Ge…
 
This episode focuses on sports programming, both on radio and with podcasts. Joining Terry in the studio is co-host Jack Stowell, a Broadcast Journalism graduate from the University. They hear from; Luke Moore - founder & one quarter of the Football Ramble, and co-owner of Radio Stakhavov. Laura Woods can be heard on talkSPORT (and seen on Sky Spor…
 
This episode focuses on the role of women in radio, specifically looking at projects which have attempted to give women a fairer representation within UK radio. Joining Terry in the studio is co-host Charlotte Powers, a Media Performance student at the University. They hear from; Dr Caroline Mitchell - a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sunderl…
 
This episode focuses on how radio stations are choosing to visualise their audio - in particular with regard to social media. Joining Terry in the studio is co-host Luke Walsh, a Broadcast Journalism student at the University. They hear from; Ann Charles - a radio producer and one of the organisers of the annual Radio TechCon, and Scott McGerty who…
 
This episode seeks to understand what exactly a radio producer does. Joining Terry to discuss further is co-host Georgia Palmer, a Broadcast Journalism student who is about to start her final year at the University. They hear from; BBC Three Counties Senior Broadcast Journalist, and recent University of Bedfordshire honorary degree - Dr. Toby Fried…
 
This episode tackles the issue of the lack of Divesity in UK radio. In June 2018, Ofcom created their first annual report on diversity in UK radio. Joining Terry to discuss further is co-host Bridget Gavanga, a radio student who is about to start her final year at the University. They hear from; Ofcom Director of Standards and Audience Protection -…
 
This episode focuses on radio packages and pre-recorded features. Joining Terry is co-host Adam Simmons who has just completed his first year of a Media Production (Radio) course (beds.ac.uk/makeithappen/course/media-production-radio) at the University. They hear from; BBC Radio 2 Producer Tim Johns (www.timjohns.org & audioboom.com/timoncheese) – …
 
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.n…
 
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/),…
 
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 G…
 
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 fr…
 
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! Full podcast episodes will start dropping in your podcast apps later this summer. Do follow/ subscribe now so you don't miss a thing. You can al…
 
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