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Bickerstaff's parents divorced while he was a pre-schooler and he and his brother Dale stayed with extended family until his father remarried to Mary Patricia Jaffray known as Molly. After his parents separation he did not see his mother again until he was an adult and did not get on with his step-mother.
Changing Views of Masculinity in New Zealandhe recalled his parents were very social and he and his brother felt they did not "figure in the scheme of things. His father was an ambitious man who was proud of his own record as a sprinter and pushed his sons to compete and win. When Ian Bickerstaff stopped competing himself, he became active as a sports administrator and young Tim was drawn into a passion for sport at an early age.
As a teenager Bickerstaff junior won the New Zealand junior hammer throw event but he did not enjoy "feeling like a trophy" his father showed off, and was not sorry when a knee injury ended his short athletics career. He began as a TV sports reporter with the New Zealand Broadcasting Service in Rotorua, and spent seven years compiling radio and television shows for the service in Wellington, Dunedin and Auckland.
Bickerstaff was never a good "fit" for the conservative government owned networks, and just as he'd been a rebel at school, he did not quietly accept "the rules. He recalled Tim was always larger-than-life and no respecter of authority. He spent his lunchtimes beating all comers at table tennis and letting everyone hear his opinions on the world, "whether they wanted to or not.
In he headed to Australia, where he worked in both radio and television, with 3DB and Channel 7 in Melbourne. Journalist Phil Gifford, a fellow sports specialist, said the Broadcasting Corporation style of "the BBC crossed with a conservative insurance office" was never going to suit Bickerstaff's volcanic personality, and when he returned to New Zealand from Australia he was ready for something different.
With his passion for sport and a prodigious memory for sports trivia he pioneered talkback on Sportsline with Geoff Sinclair on Radio I. The show attracted more than a third of the listening audience at its peak, and was arguably one of the most successful sports shows in New Zealand radio history.
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Phil Gifford said Tim Bickerstaff didn't just blaze a trail in sports talk on radio in New Zealand as much as "dynamite the landscape, and change it forever. New Zealand radio listeners had heard nothing like it. Gone were the days of radio sport's hosts acting as cheer—leaders" . He earned notoriety for the on-air Punch a Pom a Day campaign he initiated when All Black Keith Murdoch was controversially sent home from a British tour in The campaign, which included bumper stickers and jokes at the expense of the British, resulted in assaults on those who were British, or even perceived as British, his Mercedes Benz being vandalised with a crow bar and a car dealer who sponsored his show having 40 tyres slashed in his yard.
Their show was compulsory listening in his schooldays in the s, as they made a wonderful chalk-and-cheese team, full of humour and irreverence. He suggested it was a golden period for radio, as private companies changed the air waves thanks to deregulation. Sinclair was supposed to be the bad cop and Bickerstaff the good when they first went to air, but the roles were reversed at Bickerstaff's instigation. Their notables included introducing the Mad Butcher, Peter Leitch, to the city.
Sinclair and Bickerstaff not only understood what made Auckland sport tick, they helped make it tick. I" . By Bickerstaff moved to Radio Pacific and filled a solo two-hour slot that combined sport with more general interest interviews which ultimately added up to wide-ranging talks with of the world's leading personalities — in and out of sport.
One he most admired was someone many would not have even heard of, the blind athlete Craig MacFarlane. When interviewing high-profile real estate auctioneer Dick Gladding 'live' on air on 15 JuneTim asked Gladding if his agency used "ring-ins" to boost the bidding.
Gladding replied "Tim, I feel sick". To which Tim replied "I thought you would say that".
There was a long silent pause and Tim looked at Gladding.Ridiculous topic to start a thread about but for those who write and direct their stuff what do you prefer in the credits Combined, I like to have as few title cards for myself as possible, maybe it's an independent no budget thing where you don't really want to have a credits with 4 names or less on it.
I kinda like Robert Rodriguez's "Shot and Cut by". If there's one thing that is really annoying to me is to see the same persons name in 15 individual credits. For example if you directed and produced those could be seperate cards. If you can combine them with written and directed by that's even better. If it was me, I would rather make up some names and put them into the casting director credit and the Location Manager credit etc than use my own name again and again.
Maybe it's just me but It's actually a turn off to me. Yeah for me whenever I see in a 3 or more roles in one go I sorta feel like the director is saying "Look at all my skills. Once upon a time I produced, shot and edited a short film I too hate throwing my name up on the screen times so I left off the edit credit. An editor friend complained about there not being a credit for the editor, figures. So I like the Rodriguez solution. Thanks for the advice. Entirely depends upon the size of the person's ego.
If enormous, then separate. If modest, combined. It's pointless to have more than 3 credits, if that. No one cares except you, and you already got your name in lights 3 times! Just pick the 3 most important, and combine if at all possible.Faith Forum: Session 1 -- Dr. Craig Evans
Steven Soderbergh has the right idea. I normally put 'directed' and 'post-production by', but that's normally in the credits at the back. I always thought a film by was really very pretentious but on review I guess it does cover your bases so long as it's your only credit. Having one name appear in too many of the title cards doesn't support the movie or that person. However if you have produced written and directed, you deserve your credits.There are people out there mixing tea and coffee together with absolutely no thought for the consequences.
View this post on Instagram Had to go get coffee to make it through the rest of the day! I may be obsessed with soy dirty chai latte! Behold coftea 'toffee' was taken. It's taken me a while to try "Teafee" a mix of tea and coffee and it's not very good. I like my tea like I like my coffee: full of coffee. We couldn't find this Tweet. I don't drink coffee I only drink tea unless I have to study all night then I mix coffee and tea.
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The second edition followed in October He has also contributed stories and articles to numerous horror and Steampunk anthologies and magazines. Chenery has been interviewed by numerous podcasts and radio shows on a variety of subjects related to horror, special effects and science fiction. InChenery was invited to present at Phoenix Comicon on the evolution of special effects in zombie cinema. Chenery has been a staple presenter at the event, and continues to present.
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