Apologies for plugging this quite a bit (but it's not easy to find on the audio site), but if you haven't seen it already, here's the musical radio documentary I did for the site. Here is Parts 1, 2 and 3.

[Editor's note: I have unpublished these links due to copyright violations. See comment below]


Just to point out I have since edited the musical documentary without the awful script mistakes, though perhaps I should have left them in and made them sound like Radio Norwich and "Alan's Luuuuv Asylum" and "Alan's Hot Topic"...or perhaps not.

Anyway, the parts are there in full now in the Audio section.



Sorry to be a spoilsport, but I'm afraid I've had to remove the audio files from Stuart's musical posts. Not because they weren't to my musical taste (although some might say that might be reason enough...) but because of the fact that by publishing them we'd be trampling all over copyright law. This is important when it comes to audio and video journalism, and will be covered in more detail in year 2. For now, take a look here to see why it's still a hot topic. 

I might also take issue with the term 'documentary' but that's a different issue...

Ian Reeves is head of the Centre for Journalism

To be honest I didn't think of that when I actually posted and I'm glad you've pointed that out. I completely forgot and yes it is a good point.

Cheers Ian.

PS: Haha if I'd had guests then maybe it could have been dubbed a documentary or I suppose a review at least.

A musical radio documentary