morning radio show (by us).

darlings

trying something in the way of Audio……

be Kind.

yes.

that’s how we sound ;-)

you see we recorded this Years ago (strictly speaking, five years ago) in a Professional Radio Studio in Manhattan (it was ever so much fun) and we used it as an aide memoire, of sorts, to see if we still Could Do this*

*when Much younger we did some Radio Broadcasts for the BBC *doffsCap* and Loved it – sadly it was in the days before handing over a thumbdrive to the sound technician and asking him to “save us a copy, love?” so we don’t have any record of it.

anyway.

*blush*

we like to talk…..

so be kind and tell us what you think.

and just in case Sound isn’t your thing (we quite understand) –

here are some images from yesterday.

we were at a work occasion near the Ocean and snuck out after to take some photographs and then again when driving back through the Hills of Beverly #divine.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAand then we stayed up VERY LATE to continue editing The House On Church Row…….

3fd3a596c80911e2891f22000a1f931b_7 ab9c80f6c81611e2b2a722000aaa0952_7and finally pressed SEND at around 11PM to our Literary Agent in Manhattan (such a lovely phrase).

so today has been rather strange.

we feel a little Lost to be perfectly honest.

there’s some work to do.

some consulting agreements to Review with our attorney.

and health insurance forms to fill out (online – so modern).

Laundry (isn’t there always laundry? Oh, for a Jeeves!)

the Post Office (especially to send a Registered piece of Post to Milan – crossed fingers for that one).

more work.

then writing (but what?)

tea with a friend.

supper with more friends.

a twilight walk home………….

confession: we miss Marion and Annabelle and Simon and Lydia and Charlotte and especially Nigel (we became strangely fond of Nigel) and the rest of the characters.

*sighs*

quelle delicious and strange life tis this – the one of the Imagination that is.

18 thoughts on “morning radio show (by us).

  1. Gallivanta says:

    Multi nations in the blood; count me in. It’s why I like Rumer and Penelope Lively and others who grew up confused/enhanced by other cultures. The accent is confused too. Let’s have another radio broadcast :)

    1. teamgloria says:

      alas we have no Access (right now) to a Professional Studio – we attempted to use one of those new fangled apps but the background “hiss” was not as glamorous as the BBC circa 1940…….but bless you – will think on it *putsonthinkingcap*

  2. Heather in Arles says:

    Oh my Goodness!!!
    Sorry, I didn’t look at the photos or read anything else because I just had to run down to the comments at a dangerous, breakneck speed to say that was brilliant! And made my day to hear your (deceptively? :) sweet voice–just gorgeous. And smart as a whip. That’s…you!
    The eyes are the windows to the soul but the voice is too…
    Brava and brave you for sharing this wonderful piece.
    Gros Bisous,
    H

  3. Vickie Lester says:

    It’s amazing what good company fictional characters can be – and how they can surprise us ;)
    Loved your broadcast! When the Mister heard your voice he crossed to the couch, sat by my side, and had me restart it from the beginning.

    1. teamgloria says:

      so keen to learn more as you bake and blog and tell us……

      we are different – the people who move and set up place elsewhere and those of us with multi-nations-in-our-blood.

      most interesting to see how many of them visit us here at teamgloria too ;-)

      #expatsRule

  4. beautycalyptique says:

    oh, I recognise the story :)
    your voice is very sweet, and here you speak with passion and determination. looooved the british-american accent blend. and also loved the occasional little smirk ;)

    in a side note: language is much more that “just babble”, it’s a state of mind! sometimes I wake up and feel french, but german gets all messed up. or I’m all british or american but then it’s always a bad french days, so french people ask me “mais vous etes belge?” :D interestingly this affects only phonetics, but not the vocabulary.

      1. beautycalyptique says:

        …and will you believe – still looking to use this super-power for peaceful purpose! :D

        besides: how very _british_ of you, reply in compliments to a compliment.

  5. coulda shoulda woulda says:

    well golly gosh, i might be more english than i realize, i take tea at the NPgallery among others and go to the serpentine about 4 times a week, critique the queens cavalry in the park when they dont go round in perfect circles and go to the theatre at least every fortnight. mind you if i didn’t then i wouldn’t bother living here! But I have an americanish accent that sounds really weird when I say things like – mate, that bloke is well mental. I adored the podcast and think it would be a lovely radio 4 esque thing if you read excerpts of house on church row – that would be glorious!!x

    1. teamgloria says:

      *lookstocamera*

      gosh.

      that might be nice.

      or a full short story so we don’t frustrate people by only telling a bit each time?

      might. well. do. that.

      and thank you!

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