These documents are made available for students, teachers, researchers and members of the general public wishing to know more about Resonance104.4fm and how it works. Unless otherwise stated, the author is (usually but not exclusively) Ed Baxter. We have endeavoured to present as much useful information as possible: if what you want to know is not in any of these documents, write to use at email@example.com and we will try to help. Thanks.
NEW ITEM April 2012
Resonance104.4fm Ofcom Report for 2011
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Arts Council England’s Full Assessment of Resonance104.4fm, i.e. the document which outlines their reason for continuing our funding from 2012/13. Copyright Arts Council England.
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DIY Radio DIY Radio is a Paul Hamlyn Foundation supported teaching resource that uses radio production techniques to develop students’ speaking and listening skills. Contained in this resource is a complete two day workshop with lessons plans, suggested content and a step by step guide to using free audio editing software Audacity. This is available for anyone to use from the link below. Last year we completed a series of sound poetry workshops in four secondary schools. Inspired by the work of Kurt Schwitters, Bob Cobbing and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, school pupils were equipped with audio recorders to capture sounds from the school environment. These sounds were then edited into recordings of poems developed and realised through guided class discussion.
Contained in this resource is a complete two day workshop with lessons plans, suggested content and a step by step guide to using free audio editing software Audacity. This is available for anyone to use. Any questions about the project should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do the arts speak digital? Conference paper written by Ed Baxter, 17th July 2009.
Our latest Report to Ofcom. See immediately below.
Resonance104.4fm report to Ofcom 2011