Mind The Gap: Ira Glass on Storytelling
The above is a re-done sequence via animated form utilizing the audio from this video recording of an interview with Ira Glass (whom I only knew of who he was, when I googled him - read who Ira is via Wikipedia). I had contrasting thought on this tho - "Taste" these days seems to be in the eye of the beholder, separated yet again between genre and generations. But the basic notion is still essential "truth", I do agree.
FYI: "Mind The Gap" is a British term whereby commuters on their trains are told (via public transport announcement) to "Mind the Gap" when they cross over from train to station, and visa versa. And I know this from reading Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere", back in '05 LOL