On Friday 6th June Jonathan Banatvala, Artistic Director of the UK International Radio Drama Festival visited the cast and crew of DWS Audio to present us with a trophy for winning the short form drama category at this year’s festival. We were also presented with a certificate and a cheque for £750 to spend on future audio projects.
Katy is waiting for a train; so is Harley. Both are on-route to job interviews – and the prospect of a new life. But when Katy recognises Harley as the object of her school-girl dreams, a different horizon suggests itself. Is this chance encounter fate, or false dawn?
DWS Audio is delighted to announce that ONE OF OUR EXERCISE BOOKS IS MISSING was placed first by the jury for the short form category at the 2019 UK International Radio Drama Festival. Congratulations to all of those involved, especially our actors (past and present). You can listen again to the play here:
DWS Audio is proud to announce that two of our audio plays have been included in the UK International Radio Drama Festival 2019. One of Our Exercise Books is Missing and Free Fall will be showcased on Thursday 21st March at Café Nero in Canterbury, the venue for this year’s festival. The plays will also be available online via the radio drama festival website, where you can listen and vote for your favourite play.
Ever wondered what your pets really think about you? Or what the birds actually say to one another? Suburban Tales looks at life from the perspective of the birds and animals that inhabit our towns and cities.
Hetty the House Sparrow just wants a place to sit and enjoy the sunset. Sadly for her, a bunch a starlings have other ideas.
One orchestra. Fifty instruments. And two hundred eyes staring at nervous pupil Sam, as he anxiously waits for his cue. Will he bring the house down with his performance or will nerves get the better of him?
Ever wondered what your pets really think about you? Or what the birds actually say to one another? Suburban Tales looks at life from the perspective of the birds and animals that inhabit our towns and cities. And some of them are not unlike us…
Teenager Cath loves her tabby cat. Her cat is the only one who truly understands her, right?
But if only Cath could hear exactly what her moggie is thinking…