Produced by David Kattenburg
Other pieces by David Kattenburg
Posted on April 17, 2005 at 08:08 PM
Sounds good, Hope the rest are just as good. #1. has Good production quality, good audio quality. believable interviews. Good editing. Hope that the things that made earth day "Earth Day" will return with programing like this. I would like to hear this on the radio.
Posted on November 21, 2003 at 11:27 AM
A free-flowing collage of voices and views that are predominantly pro-environment, and that paint a rather bleak picture of the future of the globe; told through a Canada-centric lens. Includes a wide range of voices that are excellently recorded so that you feel like you are right there with them, out in the forests, standing by mountain streams.
Some may find the lack of traditional structure/narration disconcerting; in addition, one might not give a rarely identified voice the credibility it deserves, without appropriate context. However if this style of radio is for you (and it might not be for everyone), eventually you go with the flow and hear the words and it doesn't really matter who is speaking. The beauty of this piece is that its narrationless-ness (?!) allows latecoming listeners to dip into it at any stage, without feeling that they have missed out.
Musical/poetic interludes give the listener a chance to digest what they have heard, as do evocative descriptions of various natural habitats that the subjects find themselves in.
A final and minor point: dont be put off by the opening music which is a bit grating, could be just my personal taste! HW