Who will I want the audience to be?
I want the audience to be people who enjoy learning about the mysteries of the world but may not have a degree in science. I love listening to all kinds of podcasts and how they can highlight and teach about important science topics. I want to tell stories that spark curiosity while focusing on a specific details and diving deeper into them, very similar to the Radiolab-feel of podcasting.
What do you want to get of this communication?
I want the podcast to have a central tie of the importance of antibiotics. I want it to tell visual stories in between explaining the science to provide context. I want it to be lyrically beautiful while also highlighting why this is so important.
What do you feel unsure about? Is there any advice you would like to get from your classmates?
I am hitting a writer's block when I get to explaining the project. Right now I'm up to the spot where I introduce the idea I want to keep going with my writing, but I am unsure how to approach it. I can easily go on listing exactly how the LFA Lateral Flow Assay a diagnostic tool works, but I'm not sure how much detail to describe without getting too technical and losing the purpose. Any ideas?
Additionally, when it comes to podcasts I love the storytelling and how it feels personal and exciting. I'm having a tough time allowing my voice pattern to slow down and allow for intonations just like one has when telling a story. Right now the style feels a little more formal than I would like it to and I'm not sure how to tweak it. I'd appreciate any advice!