Today, as promised in the last episode of More Happier, we’re providing a soporific episode, with a slow, quiet, yet interesting conversation to help you fall asleep.
We wanted to have a mildly interesting conversation to help occupy listeners’ minds and send them drift off to sleep.
So Elizabeth and I discuss many roles necessary for the making of a TV show: Show-runner, director, line producer, production accountant, post-production supervisor, and many more.
(Did you notice how our theme music was slowed down, to be more sleep-inducing? And could you tell how hard we had to work to speak slowly and softly?)
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Samuel Pepys is most famous for the diary he kept from 1660-1669. In this entry, from Monday, September 23, 1661, when he reflects on a night he spent during a trip:
…and [I] still remember it that of all the nights that ever I slept in my life I never did pass a night with more epicurism of sleep; there being now and then a noise of people stirring that waked me, and then it was a very rainy night, and then I was a little weary, that what between waking and sleeping again, one after another, I never had so much content in all my life, and so my wife says it was with her.