The WJCT 'It's A Wonderful Life' Behind-The-Scenes Production Podcast Thing

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People keep asking how production for "It's A Wonderful Life" is going, so Ray Hollister thought it would be a good idea to start a podcast. This show let's you stick your head behind the proverbial curtain and see how the gears and switches work. Well, actually you can't see anything. But you can hear it. Because it's an audio show.

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This episode is a "scream." In this episode, Ray walks through the process of recording a difficult line of the play that has a lot of dynamic range, and how through the magic of editing, we can put the pieces together to find the right sound. "Stop" what you're doing and take a listen, but be warned, you might want to turn your headphones down a bit. 


Ray Hollister / WJCT

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In this, the second episode of the "'It's A Wonderful Life' Behind-The-Scenes Production Podcast Thing," Ray is joined in the studio by Andrew Cardy, the voice of the angel Clarence in WJCT's radio theatre production of "It's A Wonderful Life," airing on 89.9 FM December 25, 2015.

Andrew and Ray just wrapped up recording Andrew's lines in the play. Ray asks Andrew hard-hitting questions and Andrew takes off the gloves. Or they just have a casual conversation about the production of the show. You'll have to listen to find out.


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In this, the second episode of the "It's A Wonderful Life" Behind-The-Scenes Production Podcast Thing, Ray is joined in the studio by a crowd of people. "The Crowd" to be specific.


Ray Hollister / WJCT

Here's the first episode of the "It's A Wonderful Life" Behind-The-Scenes Production Podcast Thing. People keep asking how production for "It's A Wonderful Life" is going, so Ray Hollister thought it would be a good idea to start a podcast. This show let's you stick your head behind the proverbial curtain and see how the gears and switches work. Well, actually you can't see anything. But you can hear it. Because it's an audio show.