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Dokumentumműsorok formátumai

Hír soundbite/interjú -- riportműsor -- ismeretterjesztő -- háttér // dokumentumműsor // dokumentumjáték // életrajzi-történelmi regény // fikció



"Bentlakós" dokumentumműsor egy közösség életéről

20-as Stúdió: Szűzgarázs (zenehasználat)
Szűzgarázs: intro

Narrált, helyszíni felvételekkel illusztrált (ill. a helyszíni a főszereplő)

40 nap Everest

Great Barrier Island


Web: http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/documentaries/great-barrier-island

Producer Radio New Zealand National / David Steemson

Length: 4x12 min

Content genre: Documentary, presenting life at a particular location

Content types: Narrator-producer, atmosphere recorded locally, interviews recorded locally on the spot

Online extras: Teaser text, download option

Produced for Radio New Zealand


Popular science

(stúdióban felvett)


A Brief History of Infinity: Space and the Universe


Web: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/documentary_archive/5349064.stm

Producer BBC WS

Since: First broadcast September 2006

Length: 2x22 minutes

Content: "Astronomer Heather Couper takes us outside the known universe, and tries to measure whether it has a beginning and end."

Content genre: Documentary - "A heavy enterntainment production"

Content types: Astronomer-narrator, sound effects, music bed, interviews, soundbites with radio play elements

Content Structure: Narration - soundbite-teaser - uses BBC archive radio play (HHG) - interviews (phone or recorded on spot)

Online extras: Teaser text, download option

Produced for BBC WS

Ismeretterjesztő-történelmi-stúdióbeszélgetéssel és dokumentumokkal

Éhinség Ukrajnában

Zenei dokumentumműsor

Burning down the house The Talking Heads Story - BBC Radio Music Documentary

Életrajzi-ismeretterjesztő dramatizált "hangos tankönyv"




Politikai történelmi visszaemlékező

Az utolsó dominó (Domány András)

Dramatizált, de eredeti hangdokumentum alapján

All American Boys

Dramatizált, többszereplős, színészekkel rekonstruált, de hangdokumentumokkal kiegészített. First of two plays by business writer and broadcaster Margaret Heffernan about the collapse of US company Enron in 2001, combining drama with audio archive from Senate hearings.

Power Play


RÁDIÓTANULMÁNY Művészi... hangjáték? Dokumentum? Ismeretterjesztő? Önálló művészi alkotás, hangmontázs

The medium is the massage - McLuhan

Artistic Documentary Glenn Gould's Solitude Trilogy

Latecomers - Glenn Gould 1969
The Quiet in the Land 1977

Tudományos magazinműsorok

Short science daily shows

Pulse of the Planet


Web: http://www.pulseplanet.com/

Producer Jim Metzner

Since: 1979! over 5000 episodes. Online archive back to 1998

Length: 120 seconds daily

Content types: "tracking the rhythms of nature, culture and science worldwide, blending interviews with extraordinary natural sound". Programs are day or season specific or not. Includes mini series of few episodes. The most radio-like program of all: topics are related to the sounds of nature.

Content Structure: Narration+interviews (soundbites)

Online extras: Blog, educational resources. Full transcript.

Produced for over 209 public and commercial stations around the world and on the Voice of America and the Armed Forces Radio Network, reaching over 415,000 listeners daily.

Support: National Science Foundation.

EarthSky (formerly Earth & Sky)


Web: http://earthsky.org/

Producer Earthsky Communications Inc., Austin, Texas

Since: 1991

Length: 90 second shows daily 60 second spanish shows

Content types: Day specific and not day spceific content

Content Structure: Narration+interviews (soundbites)

Online extras: Content available in written form (with pictures, videos, and more text)

Produced for AM/FM radio public and commercial stations internationally for free, and online "The EarthSky broadcast network consists of 1,200+ outlets across the United States and the world. Our daily audio programs are heard approximately 4 million times each day in the U.S. alone."

Science Update


Web: http://www.scienceupdate.com/

Producer American Association for the Advancement of Science

Since: 1988/online archive since 2001

Length: 60 second daily

Content types: not day spceific content

Content Structure: Narration + phone interview (soundbites)

Online extras: Full transcript. Search by topic. Podcast: Weekly Edition

Produced for ONLY USA commercial radio stations on a barter basis. The show is packaged with one minute of advertising.

Scientific American podcats


Web: http://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/

Producer Scientific American

Length: 60-Second daily / weekly

Content types: 60-Second Science daily, 60-Second Mind, 60-Second Earth weekly series + Science talk "more or less weekly" podcast with longer interviews (30 min)

Content Structure: Narration with sound effects and radio play elements

Online extras: Full transcript.

Produced for podcast

Weekly podcasts

USGS CoreCast


Web: http://www.usgs.gov/corecast/

Producer US Geological Survey, Department of the Interior USA

Since: (one episode weekly, 150 episodes until 2011)

Length: 5-10 minutes

Content types: various reserach results by USGS scientist

Content Structure: Narration + full phone interview

Online extras: Full transcript. Donwload.

Produced for Podcast "the official USGS podcasting site"

Similar type shows:

This week at NASA http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/podcasting/index.html
NASA Earth, Solar System etc.

Lecture / Series

The Galileo Lecture series


Web: http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/lecturesandforums/the_galileo_lectures

Producer Radio New Zealand National in partnership with the Royal Society of New Zealand.

Since: This six-part series plays in our Sunday Feature slot beginning on 13 September 2009.

Length: 43 minutes (series: 6x43)

Content: recorded live in front of an audience (edited later)

Content types: Musical intro, poetic style introduction by a narrator, applause, lecture

Online extras: Teaser text, download option, picture of lecturer

Produced for Radio New Zealand

Personality talkshow

Explorations in Science


Web: http://mkaku.org/home/?page_id=5

Producer Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist, popularizer of science, host in TV and radio shows, author of bestselling popular science books.

Explorations in science: by WBAI; (pre-recorded)
Science Fantastic live 3 hour long talkshow sindicated on 90 commercial radio stations around the country with live listener phone calls

Length: 1 hour weeekly / 3 hours weekls

Content types: live talk show (monologue) with pre recorded phone interviews

Content Structure: Monologue narration + phone interviews

Online extras: Teaser. Download for the Explorations show.

Produced for US Commercial radio

Support: Kaku's self-commercials (tour, book etc) / Online shopping options of Kaku's autographed books, TV series etc.

Variety broadcast magazines

Science Weekly Poscast


Web: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/series/science

Producer Guardian newspaper UK / Andy Duckworth

Length: 30-60 minutes weekly

Content Structure: Narration, question by listeners, full studio interviews + packages (at least 2 topics / podcast)

Online extras: teaser, video, links, comments

Produced for Guardian Podcast

We are alone?


Web: http://www.scienceupdate.com/

Producer SETI Institute Mountain View, California

Since: 2002

Length: 57 minutes weekly

Content: Life, universe, Includes a Monthly look at critical thinking"

Content Structure: Male/female duet narration + teaser/introduction + full phone and studio interviews + discussion by hosts + funny promos

Online extras: Full transcript. Search by topic. Podcast: Weekly Edition

Produced for USA public radio stations. Started first as a commercially-supported call-in show distributed to a handful of stations on Radio America, later Sirius Satellite Radio, then Public Radio Satellite System (PRSS) and the Public Radio Exchange (PRX) The show is available to radio stations for broadcast from PRSS, PRX and Pacifica Network.

Support: in part by a grant from the NASA Astrobiology Institute. Skeptic Check is presented by a donation from the Trimberger Family Foundation.

The Naked Scietists


Web: http://www.thenakedscientists.com/

Producer Cambridge University researchers

The Naked Scientists are a media-savvy group of physicians and researchers from Cambridge University who use radio, live lectures, and the Internet to strip science down to its bare essentials, and promote it to the general public. Their award winning BBC weekly radio programme, The Naked Scientists, reaches a potential audience of 6 million listeners across the east of England, and also has an international following on the web. Department of Pathology at Cambridge University / BBC Essex

Since: 2000

Length: 57 minutes weekly

Content Structure: Science news, 5-6 interviews, Q&As

Online extras: Program segments (news, Q&A, interviews) can be downloaded separately. Search by topic. In addition to the radio show, the group has organised Naked Science at Borders, a public lecture series enabling the community to attend informative presentations given by some of the UK's most celebrated scientists. They have also put together this website to allow the radio show, lectures, and much more to be accessible world-wide. According to Dr. Smith, the basic goal of the Naked Scientists "is to help people enjoy science as much as we do and, at the same time, to have fun."

Produced for Podcast, Live radio shows in

Talk Radio 702 and Capetalk in South Africa as part of Reidi Direcko's show.
Question and Answer session on Sue Marchant's Big Night In show on the BBC eastern region.
weekly science news segment at Thu Australian time on the ABC Radio National breakfast show.
The main Naked Scientists is broadcast on the BBC local radio eastern region.

Similar type shows:

Quirks and Quarks (CBC Canada)
Science Friday (NPR/public radio USA) http://sciencefriday.com/

Specialized magazines

Jet Streaming


Web: http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/podcasts/jet_streaming/

Producer Minessota Public Radio

Length: 37 min weekly

Content types: Talk show with studio and phone interviews and discussions about weather and climatology. With sound effects.

Online extras: teaser text

Produced for Minessota Public Radio

Amateur/freestyle podcast magazines

This week in science


Web: http://www.twis.org/

Producer "Dr. Kiki"

Length: 50-60+ minutes weekly

Content: "The kickass science and technology radio show"

Content Structure: two male voices discussing recent science topics in studio, with some music between parts

Online extras: teaser text

Produced for Podcast

Professional/serious podcast magazines

Science Times


Web: http://www.nytimes.com/pages/science/index.html

Producer The New York Times

Length: 23 minutes weekly

Content types: A magazine with interviews, related to the current stories of NYT.

Content Structure: Narration and studio interviews

Online extras: related srticles, videos

Produced for NYT homepage

Serious podcast interview based programs

Science and Society


Web: http://scienceandsociety.net/

Since 2003, nit updated since 2010

Producer David Lemberg

Length: c 20 minutes

Content: interviews with more than 600 world leaders in science, industry, and education, including Nobel Laureates, best-selling authors, visionary executives, and Federal and State public policy makers.

Online extras: teaser text

Produced for Podcast