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Audio Drama Production Podcast: How to make radio drama, radio plays, & audio fiction

By Yap Audio Production

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Description

A podcast covering all aspects of writing, recording and creating audio drama. Whether you are a completely new to the medium or have been producing for decades, the Audio Drama Production Podcast aims to help and inspire you towards creating more content, offering opinions, answering questions and providing a platform for you to contribute to the discussion. The show is hosted by Fiona and Sarah. Find us at audiodramaproduction.com, follow us on Twitter @yapaudio, and send your comments, questions, and proposed topics to podcast@audiodramaproduction.com For a full list of episodes go to http://audiodramaproduction.com/episodes

Customer Reviews

Dramatically Excellent

These guys really know what they are talking about and if you are making a audio drama you have to subscribe, listen and learn!

Very interesting!

Not something I've ever thought about doing but having heard this, I'm really tempted to give this audio drama thing a go. These guys know their stuff (their show Aftermath is also great), lots of great insight and information and their enthusiasm is infectious.

This is essential listening....

If your in to audio drama production. Great tips from great guests. Well presented. And a good quality production. Plus, you got to love the Scottish accent. It's so listenable.