Radio Comedy Production

Today is the last day of the radio comedy writing and production workshop with David Mounfield, a stand-up comic, comedy scriptwriter and associate of BBC Radio 4’s Count Arthur Strong. Over the last two days, I have worked with David and some bright and young minds (Emma Purcell, Dom Riley, and John Crawley) to record special sound effects, foley (sounds made by the body interacting with objects) and dialogues for the sketches they created, including a fake news, a date that went horribly wrong, an over-friendly hostage. Here are some photographs about our actions in the radio studios.

Reading scripts from a laptop
Reading scripts from a laptop
David Mounfield
David Mounfield
Emma Purcell, 1st year student in Journalism
Emma Purcell, 1st year student in Journalism
Emma's laptop
Emma’s laptop
Dom Riley (L) and John Crawley (R)
Dom Riley (L) and John Crawley (R)
From left to right: Emma, Dom and John in studio
From left to right: Emma, Dom and John in studio
From left to right: Emma, Dom and John in studio
From left to right: Emma, Dom and John in studio
David Mounfield (R) and students
David Mounfield (R) and students
Dom Riley (L) and John Crawley (R)
Dom Riley (L) and John Crawley (R)
Emma Purcell, 1st year BA student in Journalism
Emma Purcell, 1st year BA student in Journalism
Dom Riley (L) and John Crawley (R)
Dom Riley (L) and John Crawley (R)
From left to right: Dom Riley, John Crawley, and David Mounfield
From left to right: Dom Riley, John Crawley, and David Mounfield
Testing, testing
Testing, testing
Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3,
Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3,

Radio Comedy Writing and Production with David Mounfield

Emma, Dom and John busy with editing the audio recording
Emma, Dom and John busy with editing the audio recording
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