Who's Who

Executive Committee

Colin Macnab

TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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Simon Clark

CHAIRMAN Sound Recordist and lecturer (Freelance)

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Mike Felton

VICE CHAIRMAN TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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Nadine Richardson

Sound Recordist (Freelance)

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Chris Woolf

Consultant (Freelance)

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Malcolm Johnson

SECRETARIAT Consultant

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Gary Clarke

TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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Julian Gough

TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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Louise Willcox

TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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John Willett

Music recordist (Freelance)

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Keith Graham

MEMBERSHIP Radio drama mixer (BBC)

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Simon Bishop

Sound Recordist (Freelance)

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Bob Conduct

SECRETARY Consultant (Freelance)

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Malcolm Johnson

SECRETARIAT Consultant

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Gary Clarke

TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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Julian Gough

TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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Nadine Richardson

Sound Recordist (Freelance)

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Mike Felton

VICE CHAIRMAN TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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Simon Clark

CHAIRMAN Sound Recordist and lecturer (Freelance)

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Louise Willcox

TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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Bob Conduct

SECRETARY Consultant (Freelance)

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Simon Bishop

Sound Recordist (Freelance)

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John Willett

Music recordist (Freelance)

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Chris Woolf

Consultant (Freelance)

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Keith Graham

MEMBERSHIP Radio drama mixer (BBC)

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Colin Macnab

TV Sound Supervisor (Freelance)

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IPS Fellows

FELLOWSHIP of the Institute ('FIPS') can be awarded at the discretion of the Executive Committee following nominations from members (including existing Fellows).

To qualify for consideration for Fellowship of the Institute, a person must be:

"Operationally outstanding in their area and/or have performed a long, honourable and highly regarded service to the IPS and/or to Professional Sound"

Hugh Barker

Hugh Barker

Hugh joined the BBC in 1954 and became a TV sound supervisor, renowned in the LE field.

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David Meares

David Meares

David Meares graduated from Salford University and joined the BBC’s Research Department in 1968.

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Harold Kutscherauer

Harold Kutscherauer

A sound supervisor in BBC Radio outside broadcasts. Always known as “Kutsch”, Harold was…

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Mick Sawaguchi

Mick Sawaguchi

Mick (Masaki) Sawaguchi graduated in 1971 in electronics from the Chiba Institute of Technology in Tokyo and joined NHK

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Peter Thomas

Pete Thomas

Peter Thomas was born in Ramsgate Kent in 1955. Fascinated as a child by his grandfather’s wind up gramophone, he began collecting 78rpm records, the start of his life-long passion in sound and his love of music.

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Ron Godwyn

Ron Godwyn

After a long career in the recording industry Ron became the original editor of the Institute’s journal Line Up.

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Robert Edwards

Robert is respected as the UK’s leading television sound supervisor and sound both for his work in the UK and around the world. He has been involved in television sound production for 45 years,

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Peter Rayner

Peter Rayner

“An engineer born and bred” The son of a garage (and later machine tools company) owner, Peter Rayner feels that he was predestined to become an engineer. Some of his earliest toys were tools, including a junior hacksaw

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Chris Woolf

Chris Woolf

Chris began as a Technical Operator with the BBC, when 600 ohm resistors were mandatory, and “digital” meant counting on your fingers.

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Vivienne Dyer

Vivienne Dyer

Vivienne Dyer began working at Rycote in 1985 when the company was run by its founder, John Gozzard and a mere handful of employees.

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Graham Haines

Graham Haines

Graham joined the BBC from university and moved into BBC TV Outside Broadcasts in 1964, quickly establishing an…

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IPS Fellows RIP

We pay tribute to our deceased Fellows.

Adrian Kerridge

Adrian Kerridge RIP

When he retired as chairman of the Lansdowne group of studios in may 2010 Adrian told the IBS he had been 58 years in the business starting by sweeping up dog-ends at IBC studios. His connection with broadcasting began in the 1950s

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Ray Dolby

Ray Dolby RIP

Ray Dolby was mainly responsible for the development of the electronic aspects of the Ampex videotape recording system in the early 1950s.

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