Audio Drama Production Podcast: How to make radio drama, radio plays, & audio fiction
About This Show
A podcast covering all aspects of writing, recording and creating audio drama. Whether you are a completely new to the medium or have been producing for decades, the Audio Drama Production Podcast aims to help and inspire you towards creating more content, offering opinions, answering questions and providing a platform for you to contribute to the discussion.
The show is hosted by Matthew and Robert of Yap Audio Production. Find us at audiodramaproduction.com, follow us on Twitter @yapaudio, and send your comments, questions, and proposed topics to email@example.com
For a full list of episodes go to http://audiodramaproduction.com/episodes.
Most Recent Episode
110 - What does a Radio Comedy Producer actually do?
Have you ever wondered what a Comedy producer actually does? Ed Morrish has been responsible for producing a plethora of amazing shows - mostly on Radio 4 - and you’ll have heard his name on the credits of such shows as John Finnemore’s souvenir programme, The remake of the missing episodes of Hancocks Half Hour, Spats, Lemn Sissay’s Homecoming, The Now Show, The News Quiz, Newsjack, Welcome To Our Village, Please Invade Carefully, Dilemma….the list goes on… and…its a very star studded list of awesomeness…isn’t it? We find out why writing your project is akin to dealing with meconium….yes….really….and discover what fun can be had with live foley, just how many female comedy commissioners we have had recently, how Ed’s mum (MAYSHERESTINPEACE) (We’re Pratchett fans…this is respectful) realised that a producer ‘doesn’t actually DO anything’, top tips for what to edit out of your work before you submit it, how cool it was to recreate the Hancock’s Half Hour scripts for aural consumption, where to send voice reels, is using music cheating and what fun games John Finnemore uses to warm up his audience. We can’t WAIT for you to hear this and hope it inspires you to get submitting some awesome comedy to a suitable Producer of your choice soon…. Ed can be found on www.edmorrish.com The BBC has a wealth of information about all of the programmes listed on their website http://www.bbc.co.uk/ The Writers Room is a FANTASTIC resource for information and scripts and blogs and writing opportunities….I’m on it daily….http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/ THEIR COMEDY SCRIPT ROOM IS OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS UNTIL 15 MAY - QUICK - GET TOIT! http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/opportunities/script-room The Radio Drama Company are definitely worth a look at if you’re a budding voice actor...http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1j94Sg0D452YpLFz2SLYLpd/the-radio-drama-company Links to current Radio 4 Podcasts - http
Rated 5 out of
Informative and entertaining!
Dirk Maggs, KC Wayland, and many other great guests are interviewed while the hosts discuss all facets of audio drama production. The show isn't just for audio drama production enthusiasts. Audio drama listeners can gain insight into some of the most popular modern audio drama shows currently available. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2015-05-07