Producer & Director - Patrick Nation
Camera - Luke Ogden, Patrick Nation
Sound Engineers - Rich Cufley (Sound Services)
Production Assistant - Debbie Butts
A Genève, les enfants reçoivent des cours dans les studios de la radio Suisse. Ils ont la possibilité de se servir du studio analogique.Les enfants et le responsable, J. GUYONNET sont interrogés sur les différentes possibilités de création, sur ce qu'est la musique électronique.
Les clés de la musique
producteur ou co-producteur
Télévision Française 1
Jacques Guyonnet ; Geneviève Calame
Thanks to Chris Carter for the link.
'NHK Tokushu Tezuka Osamu: Sosaku no Himitsu'
God of Manga.
Creator of Astro Boy, Black Jack and Kimba the White Lion, the original source for Disney's The Lion King, criminally unacknowledged. Apparently any similarities were 'purely coincidental'. Of course they were...
Are You There?
Andrea Parker and Daz Quayle with a live performance of 'Are You There?' at The Roundhouse, London. Taken from the album 'Private Dreams and Public Nightmares' featuring the archived sounds of British electronic pioneer Daphne Oram, re-worked and reinterpreted by Andrea Parker and Daz Quayle. Available on aperture records.
Audio by Andrea Parker and Daz Quayle
Visuals by Paul Key, Andrea Parker and Daz Quayle
Use of photos courtesy of The Daphne Oram Trust
but I don't think you need to be a big Journey fan to love this tale about how Neal Schon is on YouTube desperately looking for somebody to replace Steve Perry, and here's this little guy in a bar band in Manila with the most stunning voice ever.
I especially love the story one of the PBS folks (this is in heavy rotation for pledge week or something) told about how the guy Arnel goes to the US consulate in Manila and says he needs a visa to go to the US because he's supposed to audition for Journey. Consulate guy looks at him and says, uh-huh. Sing a few bars. The guy Arnel sings a few bars (Lights, as I recall). Consulate guy says OMG, here's your visa.
Gilbert & George
Mark Lawson talks to Gilbert & George
M.R. James: Ghost Writer
Mark Gatiss steps into the mind of MR James, the enigmatic English master of the supernatural story. How did this donnish Victorian bachelor, conservative by nature and a devout Anglican, come to create tales that continue to chill readers more than a century on?
Mark attempts to uncover the secrets of James's inspiration, taking an atmospheric journey from James's childhood home in Suffolk to Eton, Cambridge and France, venturing into ancient churches, dark cloisters and echoing libraries along the way.
A monument to American excess mixed with a reverse twist of sarcasm. Colbert is a monumental ego who addresses his audience as "Nation". Inevitably there would be a comic who took it to this edge.
Although a stupid conservative might feel a kinship with Colbert's comments, it is his unique brand of sarcasm that makes his show witty and Emmy-winning.
Although entertaining, it can wear on the intelligent mind after a longer or shorter period.