Audio Drama

Audio Drama : 10 Plays for Radio and Podcast

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Audio Drama is unique. There's no other book like it. First it's aimed at the vast audience for audio drama, whether in the form of traditional radio plays or as podcasts. For them, Audio Drama provides the opportunity to see how ten literary classics were dramatised for radio, and to recreate the performances for themselves as they read.



Secondly, it's for all those podcast producers who are keen to exercise their imagination and technical skills by producing audio drama for their followers. These ten scripts provide the raw material from which podcasters can craft their own drama productions. The works on which they are based are literary classics and are in the public domain. The audio dramatisations - all of which have been, or are about to be, produced and broadcast either by the BBC or across the USA - are offered to the global community of podcasters with no strings attached.



An experienced dramatist and abridger, with more than 50 BBC radio dramatisations under his belt, Neville Teller not only presents 10 of his scripts, but also explains something of how a radio drama script is crafted. Audio Drama fills a niche that will appeal on both sides of the pond, and more widely in the whole English-speaking world.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 507 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 26.92mm | 603.28g
  • Matador
  • Leicester, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1789017874
  • 9781789017878

About Neville Teller

Neville Teller was born in London, and had a varied career in advertising, marketing, publishing, the Civil Service, and a national cancer charity. Concurrently he was writing for the BBC as a dramatist and abridger, and has more than 50 BBC radio dramatisations to his credit. Latterly, as guest playwright for an American radio production company, his work is being heard by radio and on-line across the United States. In 2006 he was awarded an MBE "for services to broadcasting and to drama."
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