This week another new DWS Audio drama featured on Leo Ulph’s Upload show. ‘A Grease Monkey and a Peacock’ is an historical drama set in 1964 during the infamous Mods and Rockers clash on Brighton Beach.
Wanting to escape the fighting, seventeen-year-old Fletch takes refuge in a beach hut…
The play is broadcast in three parts and you can listen via the links below:
written by Isabel Cruz Liljegren and recorded as part of ‘The Transmission’, a European audio drama festival for young people.
Darrick Wood was proud to be chosen as one of over thirty EU schools to record a play written by a professional European playwright and translated into English. You can listen to the play here. A dedicated website featuring all of the plays recorded will be launched soon.
This weekend (January 28-29th) Darrick Wood School will be one of six UK schools and universities participating in ‘The Transmission’ Festival being held in Tirana, Albania. Supported by funding from the EU over thirty schools and universities across Europe have been recording one of six plays written by a professional playwright.
DWS Audio chose to record a play entitled ‘My Mother is a Murderer’. It will be available to listen to here shortly.
This week BBC Radio Kent broadcast another of our ‘Rough Diamonds’ stories on Leo Ulph’s Upload show. This was a the very first airing a new story entitled ‘A Case of Neglect’. You can catch up with the story via the BBC Sounds links below: