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Theatre of Sound: Radio And The Dramatic Imagination An innovative study of the challenges that radio drama poses to the creative imagination of the writer, the production team, and the listener.

Theatre of Sound: Radio And The Dramatic Imagination

Publication Date 17th, December, 2002

ISBN 0-9534-2575-4

Cost 25.00

An innovative study of the challenges that radio drama poses to the creative imagination of the writer, the production team, and the listener. 

 

Reviews

Theatre of Sound

Reviewed by : Richard Allen Cave

'A remarkably fine study of radio drama - everywhere informed by the writer's professional experience of such drama in the making... A new theoretical and analytical approach - informative, illuminating and at all times readable.'

Theatre of Sound: Radio and the Dramatic Imagination

Reviewed by : Daniel Reardon

"...establishes radio drama as a vibrant, imaginative and distinctive art form"

Theatre of Sound: Radio and the Dramatic Imagination

Reviewed by : Richard Allen Cave

". . . informative, illuminating and at all times readable"

Theatre of Sound: Radio and the Dramatic Imagination

Reviewed by : Barry McGovern

"you will never listen to a radio play in quite the same way again"

 

About the Author(s)

Dermot Rattigan

 

Table of Contents

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