Start Small, But Stay Outside Your Comfort Zone. Lav Mics.

There’s a lot to take in when you start making Audio Drama, and even after you’ve been doing it for a few years. Rather than being discouraged by feeling like you’ve got loads to learn, appreciate that this is a great opportunity to constantly build, improve, and create bigger and better content each time you […]

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Audible Commissioning Revisited

Big thanks to Joseph Tucker, creator of The King Strikes Back, who sent us a great interview with Chris Winstanley. Chris recently pitched an audio comedy series to Audible and was commissioned by them to make a pilot episode. This is a valuable insight if you’re planning to pitch an idea to Audible. If you’ve not already heard […]

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Finding Your Style. With Tumanbay’s John Dryden.

John Dryden is the man behind the Audio Drama that’s taking the world by storm at the moment. The epic Tumanbay. I wanted to ask John his thoughts on ‘Audiblegate‘, as well as find out exactly what he’d do if he was back in the position of being an aspiring Audio Dramatist once more. At the […]

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What Next For The Audio Drama Production Podcast?

The ADPP is currently on a broken computer induced hiatus, but that’s given us some time to think about our content. This is a bit of a ‘workshop’ episode between Matthew and Colin of ThePodcastHost.com and Podcraft. We’d really love your feedback on this discussion and the future of the show, so please get in touch […]

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What Next For The Audio Drama Production Podcast?

The ADPP is currently on a broken computer induced hiatus, but that’s given us some time to think about our content. This is a bit of a ‘workshop’ episode between Matthew and Colin of ThePodcastHost.com and Podcraft. We’d really love your feedback on this discussion and the future of the show, so please get in touch […]

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