Field recording & dialogue improvisation

Jonathan Mitchell of ‘The Truth’ uses both to fantastic effect; so we invited him on to find out more The Truth is a truly immersive, authentic, and thought provoking series of short audio stories, coined as “movies for you ears”. Writer, director, and producer Jonathan Mitchell joins us this week to talk about how he works, […]

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Establishing a strong reputation

Many listeners will judge you on more than just the production values and storyline of your drama Ambitious audio drama producer Bryan Lincoln joins us to talk about building your reputation within the medium and beyond. Bryan is the producer of Hidden Harbor Mysteries and the Fullcast Podcast, and is planning to build a business around his […]

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Don’t beat yourself up over your early work

Producing audio is a learning curve, embrace the fact that you’re moving forward Radio Drama Revival, one of the central institutions of modern audio drama, kicked off their apocalypse season with episodes 1-4 of our very own Aftermath series last week. We were humbled and honoured to be featured on this show, and it sparked a […]

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Building your talent pool, and taking good care of them

If you are working with little or no budget you should still try and reward your talent in whatever way you can. Monique Boudreau and Betsey Palmer have some tips and advice. Building a pool of local actors to record your show together can have huge benefits for your production. Betsey Palmer (Hartlife/Our Fair City) […]

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Audio Drama in Education, with Steve Schneider

We speak to the man who’s bringing modern audio drama into the classroom Teacher Steve has a passion for modern audio drama, and he’s using that passion to help develop the reading and listening skills of his students. In other news, part 2 of Campfire Radio Theater‘s gory horror RIP is out now. There’s a new […]

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