The luckiest numbers for this name are 1, 4, 17, 21 and According to numerology, this name tends to be luckier for those born in an odd year. Tuesday, which inspires perseverance and ambition, is the associated lucky day for this name. This day instils a greater sense of productivity and enables one to make progress in activities they care deeply about.
The October meaning concentrates on insightfulness and judiciousness.
It signals the time for seeking for rewards in the most unlikely of places. The energy contained within the month of October stimulates participation in group activities.
The Emerald is the auspicious gemstone for those named Axefell. This precious gem summons a sense of responsibility and hard work. The beautiful energy of the Emerald wards off negative energies and replaces them with peace and joy. The Lizard is a symbol of introversion and dreaming. As a spirit animal, the Lizard is prompting one to take time for an internal audit of their emotions.
By having the Lizard as a totem animal, it means that one is not one to shy away from life's challenges.
We talked long and hard about whether we should have the sound of the axe chopping into the wood. We finally decided against it. It is there in the poem. Radio is about providing an outline, that the listener can fill in. As well as pictures the listener can imagine sounds, smells and the feeling of things.
Things can be all the more perfect, all the more powerful and evocative for being imagined. Let us not interrupt the listener doing her work. The bespoke music, however, composed by Elizabeth Parker, is introduced at the precise moment that it can most effectively intensify and prolong the pictures already forming in our mind. May I suggest that as an exercise you attempt to analyse the different elements - scripted readings, interviews, actuality etc - that we had to record and assemble in this opening and in the following abridged excerpt.
See if it tallies with the list I shall give at the end of the passage. I have quoted at length, because I should like to invite you to think not only about how this first twenty minutes of Lucky Country? Assembling the foregoing was a complex and time-consuming process. Let's look at the different elements - or building blocks - that go to make up the whole. For space in the foregoing transcript and recording, there are two other elements I have left out:. So this was the raw material as it were. How did we plan the operation?
Then how did we assemble and put together the material? In the first place, Mike Walker produced a draft outline of our intentions and objectives and of the proposed structure of the programme. In this final episode, we knew that we wanted to convey as broad a spectrum of every aspect of Australian life and attitudes as possible from the accession of Whitlam in to the bicentenary in We planned to use Les Murray's poem, Noonday Axeman to open and close the programme and to link one part to another.
We planned to convey the rise of Whitlam and the story of Cyclone Tracey in the first part; the sacking of Whitlam by Her Majesty's Governor General and a canter through descriptions of Australia's mineral resources, multiculturalism, religion, sport and crime in the second part; and to have the bicentennial celebrations and reflections on the possible future of Australia in the final part.
That was the blueprint or foundation. The building might be very different. Much of the creative work was done in post-production at our Bristol studio, where as producer I consulted Mike Walker and Andrew Lawrence, the chief BBC technician over the final mix.
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We have spent a long time on this particular programme, but I should like to take you through a few more edited highlights, to demonstrate some more possible elements and ways of assembling them. A little later in the programme:. Thus we told the story of Cyclone Tracey, through carefully selected and edited vox pop interviews and through radio broadcasts from the time. We orchestrated or counterpointed the atmosphere with sound effects and with radiophonic music. I should like to share one final element, that we used in this episode: a swearing in ceremony, in which new citizens are taking the oath of allegiance.
Recording it was a moving experience. Listen carefully to the actuality interviews and think how you can achieve such a 'truthful performance' from the inside. You might do this by making notes of what you have to say, memorizing them and then improvising. In that way you may succeed in making the words an authentic expression of your thoughts and feelings. Click here for Bargain Voice CD. Please click below for information on making radio documentaries and on Australia.
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