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• Think carefully about
why you want to
interview your guest and
what you want to know.
An interview is not a
conversation...
• Do your own research .Find out
your guest's title, position and
background.
• Prepare your guest
before you start
recording, Explain why
you are doing the
interview, what you
would like to cover
and...
• Take charge. Make sure your
guest is sitting near enough
to the microphone. Switch off
any background music and
tell peo...
• Try to avoid closed
questions. These are
ones which prompt the
answer "Yes" or "No".
Ask open
questions, beginning
with
...
• Listen to the answers. Your guest may
answer your next question, before
even your questioning before you
have even asked...
• Use body language.
Always make eye
contact with your
guest and let them
know they have your
full and undivided
attention...
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• Record your guest introducing themselves and
saying their job title. That way you'll know
who they are when you listen...
Interview techniques
Interview techniques
Interview techniques
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Interview techniques

  1. 1. • Think carefully about why you want to interview your guest and what you want to know. An interview is not a conversation.. It should have an aim and it should be structured.
  2. 2. • Do your own research .Find out your guest's title, position and background.
  3. 3. • Prepare your guest before you start recording, Explain why you are doing the interview, what you would like to cover and who the audience will be.
  4. 4. • Take charge. Make sure your guest is sitting near enough to the microphone. Switch off any background music and tell people nearby to be quiet.
  5. 5. • Try to avoid closed questions. These are ones which prompt the answer "Yes" or "No". Ask open questions, beginning with what, who, where, whe n, why and how, to achieve full and detailed answers.
  6. 6. • Listen to the answers. Your guest may answer your next question, before even your questioning before you have even asked it.
  7. 7. • Use body language. Always make eye contact with your guest and let them know they have your full and undivided attention.
  8. 8. ` • Record your guest introducing themselves and saying their job title. That way you'll know who they are when you listen back to your recording later on. It's also a useful way of introducing them later on

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