Radio Production “What’s Up Setagaya!!”

What’s Up Setagaya

これまで6年間にわたり、学生がエフエム世田谷のラジオ番組を制作してきました。
キャロットタワー最上階の同局スタジオで2時間程度の録音を行い、大学キャンパスで録音した内容と組み合わせ、15分間の番組What’s Up Setagayaを完成させました。週1回、昼の時間帯に放送されました。主な内容として、ジョン川平氏とのインタビュー、52回のラジオミステリー、世田谷フェステイバルの取材などがあります。

Interviewing

インタビューの基本を学び、その知識や技能を使って英語母語話者に数回インタビューを行います。インタビューする相手との連絡から始まり、事前調査からトピックや質問内容を決め、インタビューに望みます。
そして、録音した音声を編集する過程までのすべてを経験します。

Bill Gatton on English learning
by Yuki

Bill Gatton is President of DynEd Japan, a language learning software company. DynEd is used in dozens of countries, and has won more than 40 awards. Mr. Gatton has more than 20 years with DynEd, and before that was the first foreign marketer in Japan for Oxford University Press. http://dyned.com/jp/

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Pim Hollestelle on hobby films
by Saki

Pim Hollestelle was a graduate student from Holland, here at the University of Tokyo to study International Communication, but with a real hobby of watching, discussing and analyzing cinema from all around the world.

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Rus Howser on hometown
by Keiko

Rus Howser is a longtime resident of Japan and Professor of English as well as author of numerous books on TOEIC and TOEFL preparation.  He is President of Tokyo Toastmaster’s and has gone to the international championships many times. Rus worked in radio before coming to Japan.

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Kirby Record on haiku
by Misaki

Kirby Record was a Professor in the English Language and Communications department here at Showa, but left to head the English for Academic Purposes program at the Akita International University. He writes poetry, publishing many collections, and also wrestles for exercise.

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Kevin Ryan on Colorado
by Yuki

Kevin is a Professor in the English Language and Communications department here at Showa. He has taught in Barcelona, Chicago (where he is from) and Nanjing China. He is Coordinator of a group of 300 language teachers interested in computers for learning. He is a former Director of JALT, and President of the Tokyo PC User’s Group.

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Kalina Stoyanova on Bulgaria
by Miki

Kalina is a former Lecturer at Showa. Bulgarian by birth, she excelled at languages from an early age, learning Russian in Junior High and English in High School. She went on to get a degree in London in language teaching. She has returned to Bulgaria to take care of relatives and continue teaching.

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Gary Wolff on Japan
by Kanae

Gary is a longtime resident of Japan, a Professor of English in Tokyo, inveterate mountain climber and technologist when teaching.

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Bill Gatton on business
by Yuki

Bill Gatton is President of DynEd Japan, a language learning software company. DynEd is used in dozens of countries, and has won more than 40 awards. Mr. Gatton has more than 20 years with DynEd, and before that was the first foreign marketer in Japan for Oxford University Press.

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Pim Hollestelle on study
by Saki

Pim Hollestelle was a graduate student from Holland, here at the University of Tokyo to study International Communication, but with a real hobby of watching, discussing and analyzing cinema from all around the world.

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Rus Howser on teaching
by Keiko

Rus Howser is a longtime resident of Japan and Professor of English as well as author of numerous books on TOEIC and TOEFL preparation.  He is President of Tokyo Toastmaster’s and has gone to the international championships many times. Rus worked in radio before coming to Japan.

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Kirby Record on teaching
by Misaki

Kirby Record was a Professor in the English Language and Communications department here at Showa, but left to head the English for Academic Purposes program at the Akita International University. He writes poetry, publishing many collections, and also wrestles for exercise.

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Kevin Ryan on computers
by Yuki

Kevin is a Professor in the English Language and Communications department here at Showa. He has taught in Barcelona, Chicago (where he is from) and Nanjing China. He is Coordinator of a group of 300 language teachers interested in computers for learning. He is a former Director of JALT, and President of the Tokyo PC User’s Group.

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Kalina Stoyanova on sumo
by Miki

Kalina is a former Lecturer at Showa. Bulgarian by birth, she excelled at languages from an early age, learning Russian in Junior High and English in High School. She went on to get a degree in London in language teaching. She has returned to Bulgaria to take care of relatives and continue teaching.

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Gary Wolff on mountains
by Kanae

Gary is a longtime resident of Japan, a Professor of English in Tokyo, inveterate mountain climber and technologist when teaching.

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Bill Gatton on politics
by Yuki

Bill Gatton is President of DynEd Japan, a language learning software company. DynEd is used in dozens of countries, and has won more than 40 awards. Mr. Gatton has more than 20 years with DynEd, and before that was the first foreign marketer in Japan for Oxford University Press.

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Pim Hollestelle on vacation
by Saki

Pim Hollestelle was a graduate student from Holland, here at the University of Tokyo to study International Communication, but with a real hobby of watching, discussing and analyzing cinema from all around the world.

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Rus Howser on learning
by Keiko

Rus Howser is a longtime resident of Japan and Professor of English as well as author of numerous books on TOEIC and TOEFL preparation.  He is President of Tokyo Toastmaster’s and has gone to the international championships many times. Rus worked in radio before coming to Japan.

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Kirby Record on Asian countries
by Misaki

Kirby Record was a Professor in the English Language and Communications department here at Showa, but left to head the English for Academic Purposes program at the Akita International University. He writes poetry, publishing many collections, and also wrestles for exercise.

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Kevin Ryan on students
by Yuki

Kevin is a Professor in the English Language and Communications department here at Showa. He has taught in Barcelona, Chicago (where he is from) and Nanjing China. He is Coordinator of a group of 300 language teachers interested in computers for learning. He is a former Director of JALT, and President of the Tokyo PC User’s Group.

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Kalina Stoyanova on being a vegetarian
by Miki

Kalina is a former Lecturer at Showa. Bulgarian by birth, she excelled at languages from an early age, learning Russian in Junior High and English in High School. She went on to get a degree in London in language teaching. She has returned to Bulgaria to take care of relatives and continue teaching.

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Gary Wolff on work
by Kanae

Gary is a longtime resident of Japan, a Professor of English in Tokyo, inveterate mountain climber and technologist when teaching.

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