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4 Transcriptions have been kept simple, so pauses, hesitations and repetitions have not been marked. Instances of address pronouns appear in bold. Translations render the sense of the examples, rather than providing glosses. 5 Laura Dekker, a teenager who wanted to sail solo around the world; Tanja Nijmeijer, who had joined the FARC rebels in Colombia; and Natascha Kampusch, who had been held captive for a number of years by a psychopath in Austria. References Boersma, P. nl/praat, date accessed 26 January 2015.
The first hour of the programme always consisted of an interview with someone in the public domain whose work was of current interest, with the second hour taken up by public reaction and discussion. The interviewed guests were therefore usually politicians, academics, high-ranking public servants, charity workers and so on. The programme worked with a bank of interviewers who were also engaged elsewhere as journalists and authors. It was part of the programme’s ethos to keep the atmosphere informal, but given the topicality of the discussions it was not usually possible for interviewer and guest to get to know each other intimately.
Address Practice As Social Action: European Perspectives by Catrin Norrby, Camilla Wide (eds.)