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Basil Hogios

Associate Lecturer
School of Media & IT

David Vaughan is a writer, broadcaster, journalist and university lecturer, who teaches in the BA (Hons) Communications and Media Studies programme at Prague City University. 

He is author of “Battle for the Airwaves” (2008) on the role of the media in the run-up to WWII, and of the documentary novel 'Slyšte můj hlas' (2014), which won the Czech Book Prize readers’ award in 2015. The English edition, 'Hear My Voice', was published in 2018.

For eight years he was editor-in-chief of Radio Prague, the international service of Czech Radio, and previously he was the Prague correspondent of the BBC, travellingBasil is a professional composer and sound designer in film, media and performing arts, working on diverse projects on all scales, from apps to stadium events.
 
Known for unique sound, an 'inventive crossing of musical genres set in evocative sonic atmospheres'. Originally from an architecture and music background, then trained in film, combining creativity and passion for story-telling with working to a brief and managing projects to a high professional standard. High level knowledge and skill in audio production, mixing, technology and software, always keen to learn new technologies to express emotion and character through sound and music. Especially passionate when helping to develop a dramatic vision from conception to completion, dependable and self-motivated.
 
Education

Master of Arts: Film and Television (Screen Music)
Australian Film Television and Radio School

Bachelor of Architecture 
University of NSW, Sydney widely in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Ukraine. 

David has won national and international awards for his work in radio journalism. He studied Modern Languages at Balliol College, Oxford. He is married with two children.

Education

MA, Balliol College, Oxford