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The Rough Cut Matter (Page Two)
Tweaking continues, mostly minor details like on-screen text, though I'm considering rearranging the order of segments a bit. The current version can be found here .

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The Rough Cut Matter
Four years in, the documentary is in at least reasonably coherent shape. You can watch it here . Enjoy and please feel free to comment.

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The 15-Minute Matter (Revisited)
Still tweaking the various sections, such as this one about the 15-minute episodes, the next step is to incorporate additional segments from the program.

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The Expense Account Matter Matter (Revisited)
After a bit of re-editing, the segment discussing the expense account device works a bit better. You check it out on the Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/therealjohnnydollarmatter/ . It's almost ready to submit to the first festival.

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The Making It Real Matter
Something about adding credits to the documentary makes it feel that much more real. I'm planning to submit it for a festival a little later this year but still need to make some tweaks. I just removed a clip I really like from the intro, putting the challe...

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The Evolving Art Form (Revisited)
I've revised the segment I posted in late-December to incorporate some subsequent interviews and tighten things up slightly. Though I suspect there's more tweaking to be done, it remains satisfying.

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The "More Than Nostalgia?" Matter
Could radio drama ever return to the airwaves as something other than an occasional curiosity? Veteran radio broadcaster Dick Bertel had some thoughts on the matter when I interviewed him last year?

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The Music Man Matter?
One of the best moments from my interview with the late Ed Walker was this piece discussing Bob Bailey and the way certain actors fit a role perfectly. The title of this post will make more sense once you watch it.

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The "Why Radio?" Matter
Several weeks back, veteran actor Terry Molloy​, known for both his roles on Doctor Who and the BBC's ongoing radio drama The Archers, was kind enough to be interviewed for my documentary about radio drama. Among the topics we discussed was what makes radio...

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The Enduring Art Form Matter
Last month, award-winning playwright Robert Shearman, who's written numerous plays for BBC Radio, sat down for an interview about the art and enduring power of radio drama.
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