Things put together for this particular piece.
Phone conversation – Unclear noise. Live conversation; Screams, police bell, fear in her voice. Eye witnesses make the podcast sound more real – No further need for a formal introduction from the narrator.
Interview with the narrator which takes form of a conversation; Formal explanation – Serious and grave voice/intonation
Local/arab music to introduce the interview with an Afghan person (=Media introducer). Cars/trucks/horn noise. Unclear voice – on the phone.
Different point of views displayed.
Conclusion – Jingle – End.
STRUCTURE- Intro/Outro – Back references (Who, where, when) – Questions – Montage (have to be sourced- youtube, other websites).
Even though a documentary has to be factual, it relies on the narrator’s point of view. It displays the producer/editor’s opinion. There’s a constructed aesthetic even though it is based on facts.
DOCUMENTARY ABOUT SLEEP
- Narrators’ introduction> Approach the subject, through a general outstanding of the sleep topic and ending up on saying: Why do we, humans, sleep?
- Music – Jingle
- Specialists interviews – Eye witnesses
- Introduction of a baby sleeping – pure sound –
- narrator’s introduction of the subject – relaxing/quiet voice
- Everything sleep – Announcement of different animals – several voices
- Pure sound – Person laughing
- LONG INTRO – SET UP OF THE TOPIC
- Two narrators speaking together – Takes form of a conversation; laughs, music, informal talks, door noise: loads of pure sound – Making the podcast more real