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  1. Tracing Your Roots- Wartime Losses Rihanah Akhtar Kiren Chanchal Jagdeesh Rhall

  2. To help people find out about their family histories- this specific episode looks at wartime losses Allows those who have been separated from relatives the chance to locate information on them Giving information on how it’s been done. Idea of Show

  3. Content • Family history programme • Those who have lost someone in the war can locate the history-and living future of that person • Emotional/powerful as it follows search journeys In this episode: • Klaus Volkmann • Stella Collis

  4. Research • Deutsche Dienstelle (WASt) (www.dd-wast.de) • The Imperial War Museum (www.iwm.org.uk) • The National Archives (www.nationalarchives.gov.uk) • Association of Liberation Children of The Netherlands (liberationchildren.org) • The Library and Archives Canada (www.collectionscanada.gc.ca) • British Red Cross (www.redcross.org.uk) • Deutsche Dienstelle archives in Berlin

  5. Gottfried Rabe – Stella Collis’ father Prisoner of War document

  6. Audience Traditionally the perception among people who don't listen to Radio 4, the younger generation, is that it has a conservative, ageing, middle-class audience. This program sits within that demographic “The remit of Radio 4 is to be a mixed speech service, offering in-depth news and current affairs and a wide range of other speech output including drama, readings, comedy, factual and magazine programmes. The service should appeal to listeners seeking intelligent programmes in many genres which inform, educate and entertain.” http://www.bbc.co.uk/info/statements2008/radio/radio4.shtml • BBC Radio 4 Listeners Sex:Men (51%)Women (49%). Age:15-24 (4%)25-34 (9%)35-44 (14%)45-54 (20%)55-64 (23%)65+ (30%) Social grade:AB (38%)C1 (37%)C2 (13%)DE (12%) (2007)

  7. Sound • Jingle • Clear, concise sound • Pre-recorded interview that leads to the catch up on the update of the interviewee • Studio-based recording • Lack of sound creates a very powerful, emotional and tense atmosphere • Sincere • http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b00mbf7p

  8. Web Design http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/radio/bbc_radio_four • User-friendly • Informative • Interactive • Follows the theme of the radio