The Big Minute
Dive into a new podcast every Sunday, and uncover what makes their audio stand out.
The soundscape isn’t just gross where it needs to be, but full of little flourishes that don’t “need” to be there, but serve to bring you further into the world.
What if it turned out you were just a character in a sitcom? Would you be the hero, the love …
A good mystery keeps you hanging just enough to remain curious, then rewards you with a bit of a clue.
There are moments in audio when everything else drops away. When you’re still – in a timeless vacuum – just waiting to hear what they say next.
As anyone who’s made a podcast for any length of time knows, there’s no such thing as too long, only too boring.
Imagine yourself at the crest of a wooded hill overlooking a gently winding river, with mist-covered mountains further out. Take a seat on a log, and listen to the wind whisper through the trees.
It’s tense and chaotic, with Yohance describing the anger and frustration he felt as emotions from the past come flooding back.
What podcasting allows us to do – because we get right to the heart of a person by hearing their voice – is to connect with an individual story.
The fourth wall can be knocked through to make room for a conservatory as far as I’m concerned, as it’s not load bearing.