Q: Do you have a nickname?
Q: Is this the first time you were a DJ on a radio program?
Q: What is your goal? (for this program)
Q: Are you going to make some corners for this program?
Q: Your profile?
Then she played a song, the theme song to this radio program, Kono Yoru no Tokimeki by Touma Yumi.
I'm not sure what we are going to do from now, but anything goes..
For example there might be things that you don't know about seiyuu work. Of course we hold the scripts and act the lines in from of a microphone. For anime, there is a screen to look at, but for radio and CD drama there is no screen. Recently with CD drama, the quality is very good, so even the little noises, like turning the pages of the scripts can get recorded. But that's not supposed to happen. Sometimes, when there is a long line, it can be spread over two pages, so we have to be very careful to turn the page quietly.
There is also going to be a radio drama. The first one will be Wedding Dress ni Akai Bara [A Red Rose for the Wedding Dress]. The original story is by Tanaka Yoshiki, and the script will be by Akahori Satoru and Hasegawa Katsumi. Yumi said, "I'm doing the role of the heroine. I guess that's the privilege of having a radio show."
Then she played the OP to the radio drama, Lucky no Aizu by Touma Yumi.
Then she read some more letters from listeners.
Q: What is the official way of writing the title?
Q: What are your hobbies?
Q: What are your skills?
Q: What characters are you doing now?
Q: What word do you like?
Then she played another song, Hey Hey Hey by Hayashi Nobutoshi.
Starting in the May issue of Animage, there will be a one page column for Yumi Yume Club. Yumi said, "Please send in your illustrations."
The CD single for the theme song and the radio drama OP will go on sale 5/25.
|Hitoshi Doi | Seiyuu Database | [RSS 2.0]|