This is a guest blog written by Clara-Mae Turrall who graduated from BA (Hons) Music & Sound Production Technology in 2021. Whilst studying, Clara was Head of Music and Head of Station sound at Nerve Radio and part of the Women’s Campaign Committee . I chose to study BA (Hons) Music and Sound Production Technology… Read more » about Words from a Music and Sound Production Technology graduate
Talbot campus is where I seem to be spending most of my time at the moment! With deadlines looming and projects well underway, I’m usually busy in the studios or in the library. Sometimes on days I’m feeling particularly organised I remember to pack a picnic in the mornings, but other days I seem to… Read more » about Where to eat on Talbot Campus
I could make a joke about the awful road works on the A338, but we know that’s not the type of journey you’re interested in when you ask a Master’s student, ‘how did you get here?’ However, the process of deciding to do a Master’s degree is like a road trip: you will inevitably hit… Read more » about How did I get here?
Let me walk you through my busy day as an MA Radio Production student! I’m on Talbot campus for about 8.45, ready for a radio workshop at 9.00 and I have just enough time to return a Tas-Cam DR 40 to the Kit room. As MA students it’s easy to borrow professional standard kit for… Read more » about A day in the life of a Radio Production student
On Friday 18 September I arrived in Bournemouth in time to move into my accommodation and start my Master’s degree. Boarding the plane at Dublin Airport, I felt nervous and apprehensive as well as excited. I’d known for at least a year that BU was where I wanted to continue my studies, and having just… Read more » about What’s it like, now that I’m here?