The Drama Hour
Not all audio is available for copyright reasons.
Sunday, 21 December 2014
Encore: The Story of New Zealand Theatre
A dramatised documentary produced and presented by Lynn Freeman.
Act Fourteen: Keeping it Real. A look at theatre’s future in a world filled with ever increasing competition for people’s spare time and their recreational dollars. Lynn looks at how theatre can change the lives of the young and the desperate, and asks some of the country’s leading theatre practitioners to crystal ball gaze into the future.
Voices heard: Richard Campian, Tim Balme, Robyn Malcolm, Roger Hall, Geraldine Brophy, Oliver Driver, Miranda Harcourt, Jim Moriarty, Murray Lynch, Stuart McKenzie, Raymond Hawthorne, Alison Quigan, Colin McColl, Ewan Coleman, Rawiri Paratene.
Engineered by Jason McClelland and Brian Mahoney
Beyond Fazakerly Copse
By Christopher Horan
A simple tale of a teenager’s Christmas in Lancashire
Read by Michael Wilson
Engineered by Phil Benge and produced by Steve Danby
Audio from Sunday 21 December 2014
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Encore Act Fourteen - Keeping It Real ( 29′ 36″ )
15:05 Including NZ Players Drama Quartet, Southern Comedy Players, 'The Pohutakawa Tree', 'The End of the Golden Weather', 'Jack Winter's Dream' and the Globe Theatre in Dunedin. With Rangimoana Taylor, Richard Campian, Harry Lavington, George Webby, Bernard Esquilant, William Menlove, Bruce Mason, Pat Evison, Renee, Howard McNaughton, Don Selwyn, Dorothy McKegg, Roger Hall, Peter Bland, Rosalie Carey and Patric Carey
The Drama Hour for 21st December 2014 ( 53′ 57″ )
15:05 "Encore - Act Fourteen: Keeping It Real", presented by Lynn Freeman. "Beyond Fazakerly Copse", by Christopher Horan and read by Michael Wilson