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On Camera. Part 5: Appearing on Camera

Subtitle
Appearing on camera
Synopsis
Discusses the qualities needed to be a successful interviewee on television or corporate video.
1 (27 min): Discusses what is likely to happen before, during and after an interview and discusses how to answer questions, dealing with a difficult interviewer, live and recorded interviews, what not to do, what to wear, how to sit, where to look.
2 (17 min): Gives advice from public figures used to appearing on camera including James Callaghan, David Steel, Barbara Castle and Sir Peter Parker.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 44 min.
Year of production
1986
Availability
Sale
Notes
Part 1 available from BBC for Business (9/97).
Documentation
Accompanying user notes and a copy of ‘On Camera: How to Produce Film and Video’ by Harris Watts.
Uses
Interviewees (potential and experienced) and audiences interested in media and communication techniques.*
Subjects
Film & television production
Keywords
film and video production techniques; interview techniques; video recording techniques

Credits

Producer
Harris Watts
Writer
Harris Watts

Production Company

Name

BBC Television Training

Notes
programmes distributed for a while by Harris Watts, Aavo, 8 Edis Street, London NW1 8LT tel 020 7722 9243, but since beginning 2000 have been with Rosedale Associates

Distributor

Name

Rosedale Associates

Email
Robin.Gwyn@tesco.net
Phone
01923 855632
Address
17 Ribston Close
Shenley
Radlett
Herts
WD7 9JW
Notes
BBC Television Training still exists but videos are sold by Rosedale Associates.

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