Theatre of sound: radio and the dramatic imagination

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Carysfort Press, 2002 - Performing Arts - 383 pages
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"A new theoretical and analytical approach-informative, illuminating, and at all times readable"-Richard Allen Cave, University of London. This is an innovative study of the challenges that radio drama poses To The creative imagination of the writer

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Contents

Introduction What is a Radio Play
1
Whos Listening? Some statistics
11
The Birth of a Genre
21
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Dermot lives in Ireland where he teaches drama and produces radio programs.

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