Next on Three Questions: an interview with . . . Dennis Rookard April 24, 2007Posted by William Spear in >> News, >> Three Questions: an interview with ....
As quoted from his upcoming interview:
“In his more sober moments, [Dennis] admits to have been a freelance journalist and broadcaster for some thirty five years with the BBC, LBC and BFBS plus a number of UK national magazines and local newspapers. Is also much given to regaling any fool that will listen to such comments as “You bloody kids with your computer driven studios don’t know the half of it.” Before boring them stiff with his endless tales of how back in nineteen hundred and frozen to death practitioners of his craft used Typewriters and used various ancient examples of audio kit that make use of long spools of brown stuff known as tape and which required razor blades and sticky white tape to assemble into a programme.”
Hold on for some serious opinions as Dennis Rookard, of Hosiprog in Brentwood, Essex UK, and – “a Radio man though and though” – talks about radio drama, Harry Bloody Potter clones, and why television might be a model for radio in the next Three Questions interview on Thursday 26 April.
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