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Boz Temple-Morris has recently won the APA award for Best Drama Producer of the year. He has gleefully broken off chunks of the Award for all our brilliant collaborators throughout the last year.
Just put the finishing touches on Billie Homeless Dies at the End and completing a hugely rewarding collaboration with electronic music pioneers, Coldcut, who are now celebrating their 30th year at the vanguard of musical innovation.
Also finishing Saving the Blue, another collaboration with Steve Waters, whose play Limehouse was recently feted in the West End.
New productions include Fury, by Tom Kelly. Set on the streets of West Belfast, where Tom grew up, it’s a dark and fast moving thriller in which family secrets of the past explode into the present moment. To be broadcast on Radio 4 in Spring 2018.
Followed swiftly by an innovative new project for the BBC who, for the first time, have commissioned audio drama purely for internet and podcast. How to Burn a Million Quid will tell the infamous tale of the K Foundation’s incendiary trip to the Isle of Jura.
We’re also back in Beirut to make more Stories from Hay el Matar, the radio drama set in contemporary Damascus. In late 2018 the BBC will broadcast three 45 minute stories developed from the Arabic language drama that we have been working on over recent years, and continuing our collaboration with Syrian writer Hozan Akko.
We are about to make an announcement about our drama Podcast which, after years in the oven, is almost ready to emerge, piping hot and ready for consumption.