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THE WAVES

 

The Waves-long

 

Five stories about the legacy of our colonial past on contemporary British life. Each set in a different part of the UK and depicting and debunking our so-called ‘culture war’ by foregrounding the actual lived experience of young Britons of colour, and commissioning them to write about it. Broadcast on Resonance fm and 26 other community radio stations from 19th January and Podcast thereafter.

In association with Tamasha and supported by the Audio Content Fund.

 

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SONG OF THE REED by Steve Waters

A seasonal drama following the life of a wetlands nature reserve with episodes recorded on location every three months. Featuring Sophie Okonedo, Mark Rylance, Christine Kavanagh, Zaydun Khalaf, Molly Naylor, Ella Dorman Gajic, Karen Hill and Tom Goodman-Hill.

Three episodes currently available: Swallowtail, Whirlpool and Eel . Ep 4 arriving in Spring this year.

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Mark Rylance and Sophie Okonedo on location at RSPB Strumpshaw Fen. Photo by Dave Guttridge.

 

AVAILABLE TO LISTEN IN FULL FROM BBC Sounds

THE KUBRICK TEST by Kerry Shale

Comedy exploring the genius of the great film maker, played by Henry Goodman, with Robert Emms as Leon Vitali and Kerry Shale as himself.

 

BBC Radio 4, Listen in full here

 

 

MUELLER: Trump Tower Moscow

by Jonathan Myerson

We go inside Robert Mueller’s investigation, imagining the goings-on at the heart of the Russia probe. This series focusses on Michael Cohen, Trump’s former personal lawyer, and on Trump’s political consultant and self proclaimed trickster, Roger Stone (episode 6).

Listen or Download at BBC Sounds

 

 

HOW TO BURN A MILLION QUID

by Sean Grundy and Cara Jennings

The story of chart topping agents of chaos, KLF, in six episodes.

 

Paul Higgins plays Bill Drummond, Nicholas Burns plays Jimmy Cauty, Kevin Eldon plays Gimpo and Jeremy Stockwell plays Ken Campbell. Everyone else played by Kate O’Sullivan, Ronnie Jhutti, Polly Kemp and Niall Ashdown.

Free to download from Apple or  BBC Sounds