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You cannot change anything that has happened. That’s not a threat or a challenge, it’s a fact. Believe me, people have tried. If you do try to stop something that you know happens, then something will go wrong, possibly resulting in a personal injury. You should be travelling purely as an observer, nothing more. Do you understand? A funny, touching audio play about time travel. Recorded in front of a live audience at London's LOST Theatre. . Listen to snippet: . . SCROLL DOWN FOR CREDITSAdd to basket
In Episode four of Black Spartacus, as Toussaint’s alliance with the French goes from strength to strength the resentment of the mixed race Mulattoes reaches boiling point. Was their leader, Rigaud, behind the conspiracy to assassinate Toussaint? . Listen to Snippet: . . SCROLL DOWN FOR CREDITSAdd to basket
Ladies was inspired by the very real and very fraught campaign at the turn of the 20th Century to build a ladies' loo just outside Camden Town tube. Restricted toilet facilities for women were causing social, political and economic problems at the time, to address the issue a proposal to build a women’s public convenience on Park St was made to the St Pancras Vestry council, and greeted with unsurprising but enthusiastic horror. The story behind this radio play is very real, though these characters have been created purely for your titillation. Starring Alison Steadman. . Listen to Snippet: . . SCROLL DOWN FOR CREDITSAdd to basket
Based on H.G. Wells's classic tale of Martian invasion, DEAD LONDON sees humanity defeated by a superior military force from another world. Recorded on location at Horsell Common, Surrey, and featuring Brian Blessed as the Voice of the Martians, DEAD LONDON was the winning entry in the 2013 War of the Worlds 75th Anniversary Contest. . Listen to snippet: . . SCROLL DOWN FOR FULL CREDITSAdd to basket
New Writing Competition Winner
Three strangers become fixated & entranced by something they see. What is it? Why have they stopped to investigate? Will they agree on what to do? Can they collaborate or will personality traits get in the way?
This is light piece explores themes of inertia, inaction, indecision , procrastination and delusion.
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Hector Hugh Munro wrote under the pen name of Saki. He was born in 1870 in British Burma and brought up in Devonshire from the age of 2, by two maiden aunts. They apparently hated each other and would compete to be each more strict and fierce with the child than the other. This may account for some of the cruelty of some of his stories. In 1914 he enlisted as a private, he never really came to terms with authority, but nonetheless he was promoted to Sargent and was killed by a snipers bullet in 1916. His last words, recorded by a fellow solider, were; "put that bloody cigarette out" followed by the sound of a shot. His dark comic stories are his lasting legacy.Add to basket
As recent events have revealed, the most important character in Downing Street is not the PM but the cat, in this case Chief Mauser OSCAR, the furriest of all Civil Servants, the witty and opinionated observer of all events inside and outside, keenly commenting on the previous reign as the ousted PM is preparing to leave, making way for a very new regime. Wonderfully indiscreet, Oscar reveals all.... . Listen to snippet: . . SCROLL DOWN FOR CREDITSAdd to basket
The Lords of the World With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, Jonah Smith must fight to fulfil his destiny and finally discover the secret of Springheel’d Jack. But as his ruthless adversaries close in, who shall become... the Lords of the World!? . Listen to Snippet: . . SCROLL DOWN FOR FULL CREDITS FOR THIS AUDIODRAMAAdd to basket
Captain Kirk and Lieutenant Uhura defy orders from studio executives and become the first inter-racial couple to kiss on an American TV series. Recorded live at The Pleasance King Dome (fluffs and all!) as part of the Wireless Theatre 'Couples Who Changed The World' season at Edinburgh Festival 2014. . Listen to Snippet: . . SCROLL DOWN FOR CREDITSAdd to basket
Hansel and Gretel is a dark adaptation of the Brother’s Grimm tale by Sarah Jane Brion. Introducing a new-to-radio director, and actors from The Roundhouse in their radio acting debuts alongside WTC veterans! Recorded LIVE at The Roundhouse in Camden in collaboration with Roundhouse Radio, Hansel and Gretel is one of six productions recorded over three nights. . Listen to snippet: . . SCROLL DOWN FOR CREDITSAdd to basket