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Nick Warburton’s play Psalm, first heard on BBC Radio 4, is now available from Radius and was reviewed in the Summer 2017 issue of Radius Performing. A man in a condemned cell is visited by a nun. Can she save his soul and save his life?
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A new collection from Radius:
edited by Nickie Cox
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Reconciliation/Remembrance is published to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The 20 dramatic pieces include poems, monologues and short plays. Nine of the pieces are on the subject of war and remembrance, including short dramas by Nickie Cox on Coventry Cathedral and on The Unknown Warrior. The others focus on aspects of reconciliation, including Julie Sharp's dramatisation of The Prodigal Son. All of them are suitable for use on a range of other occasions.
Thirteen pieces have been specially commissioned for this volume and the authors include playwrights Les Ellison, Kate Griffin, David Kerby-Kendall, James Lark and Nick Warburton, while at the other end of the timescale there are translations from Old English and a Shakespeare sonnet.
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New videos on the channel this month include How to Write a Radio Drama, and short features about the Radius plays Face to Face and No Flowers for Ally. A selection of the Youtube videos are now also available on the Radius Videos page.
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Radius Playwriting Competition 2018
The plays are being judged anonymously and the shortlisted titles are as follows:
Celebrate; Evidence; Headhog;
No Flag; Part Light; Petrichor; Portrait; Sanctuary; The Funeral Director.
We are delighted by the quality of writing and thank all the writers who have submitted plays. The winner will be announced on this website on 23 July 2018.