We Are The BBC

Free Audio Comedy - We Are the BBC - Stephen Fry Comedy- Wireless Theatre
Wireless Theatre Comedy
Wireless Theatre Comedy
We Are The BBC
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Follow-up to the hugely popular We Are Not The BBC, featuring Nicholas Parsons and Stephen Fry. Will Rob Sterling Davies get away with stealing his BAFTA winning script, or will Stephen Fry save the day?

The Autopsy

The Autopsy - Binaural Audio Drama from Wireless Theatre - Horror Audio Play
Wireless Theatre Binaural Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Binaural Audio Drama
The Autopsy
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A man under pressure. A heated argument. A fatal heart attack. But Jeff’s death was only the beginning. A binaural audio thriller best enjoyed through headphones for full 3d effect. “Absolutely terrifying” – John Rippon

Stage Fright 2012

Stage Fright 2012
Wireless Theatre Horror and Thrillers
Wireless Theatre Horror and Thrillers
Stage Fright 2012
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3 short horror plays submitted as part of londonhorrorfestival.com‘s first ever STAGE FRIGHT competition, followed by a live performance from Richard O’Brien (Rocky Horror Show) including the Time Warp.

Seasons

Seasons with Prunella Scales and Timothy West
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Seasons
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Seasons. Harold and Joan, an elderly, loving couple, are settling down into retirement for the end of their days together. However, as time moves forward, it soon becomes clear they will be torn apart sooner, and more tragically, than they realise. Timothy West and Prunella Scales star.

Life At Death’s Door 1B

Life at Death's Door Part One Episode 2
Life at Death's Door
Life at Death's Door
Life At Death's Door 1B
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Award winning documentary about Western attitudes to death and dying. Brian Blessed and Jo Brand narrate

Rat

Rat - a short radio play recorded on location
Wireless Theatre Kids
Wireless Theatre Kids
Rat
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Recorded on location, and released in just 48 hours, Rat is a radio play by Ann Theato. A dying rat appears outside a block of flats, becoming the focus of one woman’s thoughts. Rat captures a snapshot of family life, and the mixture of empathy and fear we feel for vermin.