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* King Charles the UnwellMike McMillan
+* Re: King Charles the UnwellSam Plusnet
|+* Re: King Charles the Unwellnick
||`* Re: King Charles the UnwellJ. P. Gilliver
|| +* Re: King Charles the UnwellJim Easterbrook
|| |+* Re: King Charles the UnwellMike McMillan
|| ||`- Re: King Charles the UnwellJ. P. Gilliver
|| |`- Re: King Charles the UnwellJohn Ashby
|| +* Re: King Charles the UnwellMike McMillan
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|| |`* Re: King Charles the UnwellJ. P. Gilliver
|| | `- Re: King Charles the UnwellMike McMillan
|| +- Re: King Charles the UnwellKate B
|| +- Re: King Charles the UnwellSerena Blanchflower
|| `* Re: King Charles the UnwellNick Odell
||  +* Re: King Charles the UnwellJ. P. Gilliver
||  |`* Re: King Charles the UnwellJim Easterbrook
||  | `- Re: King Charles the UnwellJ. P. Gilliver
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||  |`- Re: King Charles the UnwellNick Odell
||  `- Re: King Charles the UnwellMike McMillan
|`- Re: King Charles the UnwellPete W
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Re: King Charles the Unwell

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From: nickodel...@yahoo.ca (Nick Odell)
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Subject: Re: King Charles the Unwell
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 by: Nick Odell - Mon, 12 Feb 2024 22:55 UTC

On Mon, 12 Feb 2024 03:09:55 -0000 (UTC), Ben Blaney
<benblaney@gmail.invalid> wrote:

>On Feb 11, 2024 at 12:17:22 PM EST, "Serena Blanchflower"
><nospam@blanchflower.me.uk> wrote:
>
>> On 11/02/2024 16:45, Ben Blaney wrote:
>>> Were I a member of the Church of England, I would not be happy that the head
>>> of the Church is an adulterer.
>>
>> Given both the origins of the Church of England, and a large proportion
>> of the heads it has had, over the years, having an adulterer as its head
>> shouldn't prove too much of a shock to its collective system.
>
>I'm afraid I find that a rather weak justification for members of the church
>of england abandoning their moral principles. Just because others have done
>bad things it's okay for person X who also did bad things to be head of the
>institution that sets the rules about what things are bad? It's flimsy.

I was rather taken by the whole coronation service and come to a
slightly different conclusion.

Before I start remembering what I watched on TV from my laptop during
the Coronation, for the benefit of any TV Licencing monitors scanning
umra, please remember that there was a free pass from TVL for viewing
on-air television for that weekend. (And EE were giving free data to
their customers - woo-hoo!)

The antics in the cathedral were not of the order of "okay chaps, so
I'm leader of this Church so now jolly well get on with it and crown
me." Rather more dramatically than at a regular CofE communion
service, Charles had to humble himself before the representatives of
the Church, make his confession and be absolved of his sin before
proceeding through the next stages of the coronation.

If confession and absolution mean anything, they mean what has been
done/left undone beforehand has now been forgiven. Historically he's
been a naughty boy but that is now all in the past and spiritually
that is now all over. Clean slate and all that.

So, although I'm not terribly observant and not at all regular, I
consider myself as a practicing CofE-ish Christian and I'm okay about
Charles becoming (our) head.

Nick

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 by: Nick Odell - Mon, 12 Feb 2024 23:07 UTC

On Sun, 11 Feb 2024 16:39:52 -0000 (UTC), Mike McMillan
<toodle.pip1@virginmedia.com> wrote:

>kosmo <kosmo@whitnet.uk> wrote:
>> On 10.2.24 14:26, Joe Kerr wrote:
>>> On 10/02/2024 09:08, john ashby wrote:
>>>> On 09/02/2024 18:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>>>>> On 08-Feb-24 23:34, Nick Odell wrote:
>>>>>> On Thu, 08 Feb 2024 12:09:12 +0000, Vicky <vicky.ayech@gmail.com>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Thu, 8 Feb 2024 10:32:05 +0000, Kate B <elvira@nospam.demon.co.uk>
>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> On 08/02/2024 09:28, kosmo wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> But then, although television had been around for a long time, the
>>>>>>>>> skills needed for the new medium had not been developed, the
>>>>>>>>> actors and
>>>>>>>>> the backroom teams were all learning as Dr Who was one of the first
>>>>>>>>> continuing dramas - The Groves had aired for 3 years from 1954 - but
>>>>>>>>> only as 15 minute episodes initially and other continuing dramas -
>>>>>>>>> Emergency Ward 10 / Coronation St had started by this time.  So
>>>>>>>>> the only
>>>>>>>>> source of trained actors was the stage.  I think re-watching
>>>>>>>>> these older
>>>>>>>>> programmes to see the developments (as you have mentioned) will be
>>>>>>>>> relevant - perhaps there is a thesis in using Dr Who as a
>>>>>>>>> demonstration
>>>>>>>>> of how making television programmes has developed?
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> <grump grump> Conversely, the only source of trained actors now is tv
>>>>>>>> and films. Mumblers all. I am appalled that everyone needs now to be
>>>>>>>> amplified whatever the size of show or stage. So far, the opera stage
>>>>>>>> has resisted this though one wonders for how long, given the
>>>>>>>> insistence
>>>>>>>> on looks over voice quality. </grump grump>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Quite often in TA I can't tell who is speaking to who. Last night I
>>>>>>> thought it was Adam in one scene, then it seemed to be Pat and Tony,
>>>>>>> or was it Brian...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> <LW>
>>>>>
>>>>> There seems to be a need for an 'overdub' voice which interposes:
>>>>>
>>>>> "Said Brian."
>>>>> or
>>>>> "Pat enters the room and says..."
>>>>>
>>>>> As & when appropriate.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Audio Description for radio drama. Or with DAB they could put it on
>>>> the scrolling information stream so you could watch the radio.
>>>>
>>>> john
>>>
>>> Maybe they could have pictures to go along with the audio. Perhaps a
>>> little booklet you could flick through whilst listening, or something
>>> similar. Or an online slide show.
>>>
>>
>> Or maybe the editor could edit the scripts to ensure such key
>> information was conveyed by those village residents present.
>>
>
>How about every character having their very own leit motif which of course
>would require a full 8 bars of musical orchestration before every line of
>speech??

Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
window as he spoke: that sort of thing.

Nick

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 by: Sam Plusnet - Tue, 13 Feb 2024 19:21 UTC

On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
> On Sun, 11 Feb 2024 16:39:52 -0000 (UTC), Mike McMillan
> <toodle.pip1@virginmedia.com> wrote:
>
>> kosmo <kosmo@whitnet.uk> wrote:
>>> On 10.2.24 14:26, Joe Kerr wrote:
>>>> On 10/02/2024 09:08, john ashby wrote:
>>>>> On 09/02/2024 18:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>>>>>> On 08-Feb-24 23:34, Nick Odell wrote:
>>>>>>> On Thu, 08 Feb 2024 12:09:12 +0000, Vicky <vicky.ayech@gmail.com>
>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> On Thu, 8 Feb 2024 10:32:05 +0000, Kate B <elvira@nospam.demon.co.uk>
>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> On 08/02/2024 09:28, kosmo wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> But then, although television had been around for a long time, the
>>>>>>>>>> skills needed for the new medium had not been developed, the
>>>>>>>>>> actors and
>>>>>>>>>> the backroom teams were all learning as Dr Who was one of the first
>>>>>>>>>> continuing dramas - The Groves had aired for 3 years from 1954 - but
>>>>>>>>>> only as 15 minute episodes initially and other continuing dramas -
>>>>>>>>>> Emergency Ward 10 / Coronation St had started by this time.  So
>>>>>>>>>> the only
>>>>>>>>>> source of trained actors was the stage.  I think re-watching
>>>>>>>>>> these older
>>>>>>>>>> programmes to see the developments (as you have mentioned) will be
>>>>>>>>>> relevant - perhaps there is a thesis in using Dr Who as a
>>>>>>>>>> demonstration
>>>>>>>>>> of how making television programmes has developed?
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> <grump grump> Conversely, the only source of trained actors now is tv
>>>>>>>>> and films. Mumblers all. I am appalled that everyone needs now to be
>>>>>>>>> amplified whatever the size of show or stage. So far, the opera stage
>>>>>>>>> has resisted this though one wonders for how long, given the
>>>>>>>>> insistence
>>>>>>>>> on looks over voice quality. </grump grump>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Quite often in TA I can't tell who is speaking to who. Last night I
>>>>>>>> thought it was Adam in one scene, then it seemed to be Pat and Tony,
>>>>>>>> or was it Brian...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> <LW>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> There seems to be a need for an 'overdub' voice which interposes:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> "Said Brian."
>>>>>> or
>>>>>> "Pat enters the room and says..."
>>>>>>
>>>>>> As & when appropriate.
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Audio Description for radio drama. Or with DAB they could put it on
>>>>> the scrolling information stream so you could watch the radio.
>>>>>
>>>>> john
>>>>
>>>> Maybe they could have pictures to go along with the audio. Perhaps a
>>>> little booklet you could flick through whilst listening, or something
>>>> similar. Or an online slide show.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Or maybe the editor could edit the scripts to ensure such key
>>> information was conveyed by those village residents present.
>>>
>>
>> How about every character having their very own leit motif which of course
>> would require a full 8 bars of musical orchestration before every line of
>> speech??
>
> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.

If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue to a
minimum.
A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a whole
meaningful episode, with the least number of words.

--
Sam Plusnet

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 by: J. P. Gilliver - Tue, 13 Feb 2024 20:01 UTC

In message <7jPyN.323523$7sbb.323075@fx16.iad> at Tue, 13 Feb 2024
19:21:37, Sam Plusnet <not@home.com> writes
>On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
[]
>> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
>> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
>> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
>> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
>> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
>> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
>> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
>> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.
>
>If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue to a
>minimum.

The Clangers.

>A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a whole
>meaningful episode, with the least number of words.
>
I'm sure Keri Davies would be up to it: I think he's done similar
before, inserting lines - or song titles - from some pop group/album, or
something like that.

The best at it that I can remember were the scriptwriters for "Brass".
There was an episode of that where they contrived to get the line
"Sergeant Pepper's Lonely-Hearts-Club Band" into the script in a way
that seemed quite logical to the plot! (And "Strange how potent cheap
music is" in a way different to how Mr. Coward used that line.) A really
quality series, that. (Not to mention Red Agnes ...)
--
J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)Ar@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf

The trouble with the death penalty has always been that nobody wanted it for
everybody, but everybody differed about who should get off. - Albert
Pierrepoint, in his 1974 autobiography.

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 by: Joe Kerr - Wed, 14 Feb 2024 00:43 UTC

On 13/02/2024 19:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
> On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
>> On Sun, 11 Feb 2024 16:39:52 -0000 (UTC), Mike McMillan
>> <toodle.pip1@virginmedia.com> wrote:
>>
>>> kosmo <kosmo@whitnet.uk> wrote:
>>>> On 10.2.24 14:26, Joe Kerr wrote:
>>>>> On 10/02/2024 09:08, john ashby wrote:
>>>>>> On 09/02/2024 18:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>>>>>>> On 08-Feb-24 23:34, Nick Odell wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Thu, 08 Feb 2024 12:09:12 +0000, Vicky <vicky.ayech@gmail.com>
>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 8 Feb 2024 10:32:05 +0000, Kate B
>>>>>>>>> <elvira@nospam.demon.co.uk>
>>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> On 08/02/2024 09:28, kosmo wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> But then, although television had been around for a long
>>>>>>>>>>> time, the
>>>>>>>>>>> skills needed for the new medium had not been developed, the
>>>>>>>>>>> actors and
>>>>>>>>>>> the backroom teams were all learning as Dr Who was one of the
>>>>>>>>>>> first
>>>>>>>>>>> continuing dramas - The Groves had aired for 3 years from
>>>>>>>>>>> 1954 - but
>>>>>>>>>>> only as 15 minute episodes initially and other continuing
>>>>>>>>>>> dramas -
>>>>>>>>>>> Emergency Ward 10 / Coronation St had started by this time.  So
>>>>>>>>>>> the only
>>>>>>>>>>> source of trained actors was the stage.  I think re-watching
>>>>>>>>>>> these older
>>>>>>>>>>> programmes to see the developments (as you have mentioned)
>>>>>>>>>>> will be
>>>>>>>>>>> relevant - perhaps there is a thesis in using Dr Who as a
>>>>>>>>>>> demonstration
>>>>>>>>>>> of how making television programmes has developed?
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> <grump grump> Conversely, the only source of trained actors
>>>>>>>>>> now is tv
>>>>>>>>>> and films. Mumblers all. I am appalled that everyone needs now
>>>>>>>>>> to be
>>>>>>>>>> amplified whatever the size of show or stage. So far, the
>>>>>>>>>> opera stage
>>>>>>>>>> has resisted this though one wonders for how long, given the
>>>>>>>>>> insistence
>>>>>>>>>> on looks over voice quality. </grump grump>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Quite often in TA I can't tell who is speaking to who. Last
>>>>>>>>> night I
>>>>>>>>> thought it was Adam in one scene, then it seemed to be Pat and
>>>>>>>>> Tony,
>>>>>>>>> or was it Brian...
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> <LW>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> There seems to be a need for an 'overdub' voice which interposes:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> "Said Brian."
>>>>>>> or
>>>>>>> "Pat enters the room and says..."
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> As & when appropriate.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Audio Description for radio drama. Or with DAB they could put it on
>>>>>> the scrolling information stream so you could watch the radio.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> john
>>>>>
>>>>> Maybe they could have pictures to go along with the audio. Perhaps a
>>>>> little booklet you could flick through whilst listening, or something
>>>>> similar. Or an online slide show.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Or maybe the editor could edit the scripts to ensure such key
>>>> information was conveyed by those village residents present.
>>>>
>>>
>>> How about every character having their very own leit motif which of
>>> course
>>> would require a full 8 bars of musical orchestration before every
>>> line of
>>> speech??
>>
>> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
>> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
>> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
>> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
>> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
>> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
>> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
>> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.
>
> If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue to a
> minimum.
> A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a whole
> meaningful episode, with the least number of words.
>
It sounds like you are heading towards mime on the radio. That would be
a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.

--
Ric

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 by: Joe Kerr - Wed, 14 Feb 2024 00:48 UTC

On 12/02/2024 22:55, Nick Odell wrote:

> So, although I'm not terribly observant and not at all regular, I
> consider myself as a practicing CofE-ish Christian and I'm okay about
> Charles becoming (our) head.

Have you tried a little extra fibre?

--
Ric

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 by: J. P. Gilliver - Wed, 14 Feb 2024 05:37 UTC

In message <uqh2au$2aqf2$1@dont-email.me> at Wed, 14 Feb 2024 00:43:08,
Joe Kerr <joe_kerr@cheerful.com> writes
>On 13/02/2024 19:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>> On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
[]
>>> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
>>> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
>>> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
>>> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
>>> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
>>> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
>>> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
>>> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.
>> If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue to a
>>minimum.
>> A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a whole
>>meaningful episode, with the least number of words.
>>
>It sounds like you are heading towards mime on the radio. That would be
>a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.
>
More a move towards a musical piece - like a symphony, but more
descriptive, like for example the 1812 overture.
--
J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)Ar@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf

If it ain't broke, fix it 'til it is.

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 by: Serena Blanchflower - Wed, 14 Feb 2024 09:45 UTC

On 14/02/2024 05:37, J. P. Gilliver wrote:
> In message <uqh2au$2aqf2$1@dont-email.me> at Wed, 14 Feb 2024 00:43:08,
> Joe Kerr <joe_kerr@cheerful.com> writes
>> On 13/02/2024 19:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>>> On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
> []
>>>> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
>>>> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
>>>> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
>>>> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
>>>> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
>>>> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
>>>> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
>>>> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.
>>>  If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue to a
>>> minimum.
>>> A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a whole
>>> meaningful episode, with the least number of words.
>>>
>> It sounds like you are heading towards mime on the radio. That would
>> be a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.
>>
> More a move towards a musical piece - like a symphony, but more
> descriptive, like for example the 1812 overture.

I've been thinking, more like Peter and the Wolf

--
Best wishes, Serena
Never be afraid to fall apart because it is an opportunity to rebuild
yourself the way you wish you had been all along (Rae Smith)

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 by: Mike McMillan - Wed, 14 Feb 2024 10:08 UTC

Serena Blanchflower <nospam@blanchflower.me.uk> wrote:
> On 14/02/2024 05:37, J. P. Gilliver wrote:
>> In message <uqh2au$2aqf2$1@dont-email.me> at Wed, 14 Feb 2024 00:43:08,
>> Joe Kerr <joe_kerr@cheerful.com> writes
>>> On 13/02/2024 19:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>>>> On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
>> []
>>>>> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
>>>>> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
>>>>> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
>>>>> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
>>>>> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
>>>>> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
>>>>> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
>>>>> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.
>>>>  If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue to a
>>>> minimum.
>>>> A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a whole
>>>> meaningful episode, with the least number of words.
>>>>
>>> It sounds like you are heading towards mime on the radio. That would
>>> be a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.
>>>
>> More a move towards a musical piece - like a symphony, but more
>> descriptive, like for example the 1812 overture.
>
> I've been thinking, more like Peter and the Wolf
>

Look Out!!! That Double Bass is going to Swallow the Flute!!!! Run Faster
Flute!!!

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Serena Blanchflower <nospam@blanchflower.me.uk> writes:

> On 14/02/2024 05:37, J. P. Gilliver wrote:
>> In message <uqh2au$2aqf2$1@dont-email.me> at Wed, 14 Feb 2024
>> 00:43:08, Joe Kerr <joe_kerr@cheerful.com> writes
>>> On 13/02/2024 19:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>>>> On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
>> []
>>>>> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
>>>>> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
>>>>> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
>>>>> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
>>>>> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
>>>>> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
>>>>> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
>>>>> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.
>>>>  If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue
>>>> to a minimum.
>>>> A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a
>>>> whole meaningful episode, with the least number of words.
>>>>
>>> It sounds like you are heading towards mime on the radio. That
>>> would be a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.
>>>
>> More a move towards a musical piece - like a symphony, but more
>> descriptive, like for example the 1812 overture.
>
> I've been thinking, more like Peter and the Wolf

Or Tristan und Isolde?

Rosie

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 by: kosmo - Wed, 14 Feb 2024 11:54 UTC

On 14.2.24 00:43, Joe Kerr wrote:
> That would be a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.

Ventriloquists always look much better on the wireless.

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On 14/02/2024 11:54, kosmo wrote:
> On 14.2.24 00:43, Joe Kerr wrote:
>> That would be a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.
>
> Ventriloquists always look much better on the wireless.
>
YAArchieAndrewsAICM5DREs

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In message <e9mcnRZy-OCcN1H4nZ2dnZfqnPudnZ2d@brightview.co.uk> at Wed,
14 Feb 2024 11:54:42, kosmo <kosmo@whitnet.uk> writes
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>> That would be a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.
>
>Ventriloquists always look much better on the wireless.
>
Especially Archie's operator, who according to Julie Andrews was
actually a pretty rubbish ventriloquist!
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 by: Sam Plusnet - Wed, 14 Feb 2024 20:27 UTC

On 14-Feb-24 0:43, Joe Kerr wrote:
> On 13/02/2024 19:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>> On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
>>> On Sun, 11 Feb 2024 16:39:52 -0000 (UTC), Mike McMillan
>>> <toodle.pip1@virginmedia.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> kosmo <kosmo@whitnet.uk> wrote:
>>>>> On 10.2.24 14:26, Joe Kerr wrote:
>>>>>> On 10/02/2024 09:08, john ashby wrote:
>>>>>>> On 09/02/2024 18:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>>>>>>>> On 08-Feb-24 23:34, Nick Odell wrote:
>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 08 Feb 2024 12:09:12 +0000, Vicky <vicky.ayech@gmail.com>
>>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> On Thu, 8 Feb 2024 10:32:05 +0000, Kate B
>>>>>>>>>> <elvira@nospam.demon.co.uk>
>>>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> On 08/02/2024 09:28, kosmo wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>> But then, although television had been around for a long
>>>>>>>>>>>> time, the
>>>>>>>>>>>> skills needed for the new medium had not been developed, the
>>>>>>>>>>>> actors and
>>>>>>>>>>>> the backroom teams were all learning as Dr Who was one of
>>>>>>>>>>>> the first
>>>>>>>>>>>> continuing dramas - The Groves had aired for 3 years from
>>>>>>>>>>>> 1954 - but
>>>>>>>>>>>> only as 15 minute episodes initially and other continuing
>>>>>>>>>>>> dramas -
>>>>>>>>>>>> Emergency Ward 10 / Coronation St had started by this time.  So
>>>>>>>>>>>> the only
>>>>>>>>>>>> source of trained actors was the stage.  I think re-watching
>>>>>>>>>>>> these older
>>>>>>>>>>>> programmes to see the developments (as you have mentioned)
>>>>>>>>>>>> will be
>>>>>>>>>>>> relevant - perhaps there is a thesis in using Dr Who as a
>>>>>>>>>>>> demonstration
>>>>>>>>>>>> of how making television programmes has developed?
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>> <grump grump> Conversely, the only source of trained actors
>>>>>>>>>>> now is tv
>>>>>>>>>>> and films. Mumblers all. I am appalled that everyone needs
>>>>>>>>>>> now to be
>>>>>>>>>>> amplified whatever the size of show or stage. So far, the
>>>>>>>>>>> opera stage
>>>>>>>>>>> has resisted this though one wonders for how long, given the
>>>>>>>>>>> insistence
>>>>>>>>>>> on looks over voice quality. </grump grump>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Quite often in TA I can't tell who is speaking to who. Last
>>>>>>>>>> night I
>>>>>>>>>> thought it was Adam in one scene, then it seemed to be Pat and
>>>>>>>>>> Tony,
>>>>>>>>>> or was it Brian...
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> <LW>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> There seems to be a need for an 'overdub' voice which interposes:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> "Said Brian."
>>>>>>>> or
>>>>>>>> "Pat enters the room and says..."
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> As & when appropriate.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Audio Description for radio drama. Or with DAB they could put it on
>>>>>>> the scrolling information stream so you could watch the radio.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> john
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Maybe they could have pictures to go along with the audio. Perhaps a
>>>>>> little booklet you could flick through whilst listening, or something
>>>>>> similar. Or an online slide show.
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Or maybe the editor could edit the scripts to ensure such key
>>>>> information was conveyed by those village residents present.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> How about every character having their very own leit motif which of
>>>> course
>>>> would require a full 8 bars of musical orchestration before every
>>>> line of
>>>> speech??
>>>
>>> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
>>> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
>>> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
>>> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
>>> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
>>> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
>>> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
>>> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.
>>
>> If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue to a
>> minimum.
>> A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a whole
>> meaningful episode, with the least number of words.
>>
> It sounds like you are heading towards mime on the radio. That would be
> a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.

It would certainly be educational, Archie.

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Sam Plusnet

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 by: Sam Plusnet - Wed, 14 Feb 2024 20:28 UTC

On 14-Feb-24 10:08, Mike McMillan wrote:
> Serena Blanchflower <nospam@blanchflower.me.uk> wrote:
>> On 14/02/2024 05:37, J. P. Gilliver wrote:
>>> In message <uqh2au$2aqf2$1@dont-email.me> at Wed, 14 Feb 2024 00:43:08,
>>> Joe Kerr <joe_kerr@cheerful.com> writes
>>>> On 13/02/2024 19:21, Sam Plusnet wrote:
>>>>> On 12-Feb-24 23:07, Nick Odell wrote:
>>> []
>>>>>> Even better, play their theme as background music every time they
>>>>>> spoke. It needn't mean bringing the London Chamber Orchestra into the
>>>>>> BBC studio every time they were recording TA (the LCO being the only
>>>>>> ones I can imagine right now being grateful for BBC rates of pay) they
>>>>>> could have Eddie playing his theme on his guitar as he spoke, Henry
>>>>>> practicing the trumpet upstairs as Helen spoke or a car going past
>>>>>> outside with a very loud stereo blasting Brian's theme through an open
>>>>>> window as he spoke: that sort of thing.
>>>>>  If it went well, maybe they could gradually reduce the dialogue to a
>>>>> minimum.
>>>>> A small wager between scriptwriters to see who could fashion a whole
>>>>> meaningful episode, with the least number of words.
>>>>>
>>>> It sounds like you are heading towards mime on the radio. That would
>>>> be a step beyond ventriloquism or magic.
>>>>
>>> More a move towards a musical piece - like a symphony, but more
>>> descriptive, like for example the 1812 overture.
>>
>> I've been thinking, more like Peter and the Wolf
>>
>
> Look Out!!! That Double Bass is going to Swallow the Flute!!!! Run Faster
> Flute!!!
>
Have you been eating cheese for supper again Mike?

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Sam Plusnet


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