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Audio dramas with performances from students and staff of the School of Drama & Music, often including original scripts and music.

If you like this, you may also like our other 'showcase' collections from the Drama Department: 'Murder, Mystery and Mayhem' and 'Terror Tales from Wales for Halloween'.

Student Showcase: Drama University of South Wales

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Audio dramas with performances from students and staff of the School of Drama & Music, often including original scripts and music.

If you like this, you may also like our other 'showcase' collections from the Drama Department: 'Murder, Mystery and Mayhem' and 'Terror Tales from Wales for Halloween'.

    Late Night Love

    Late Night Love

    A comic parody of the phone-in genre. Recorded from a live broadcast for the radio drama module in February 2013. Writers: Kitty McConnell, Cassie Lewis and Abbie Morgan. Producers: Amy Williams and Ben Astell. Performers: Cassie Lewis (Pat McRotch), Abbie Morgan (Eileen Forward), Kitty McConnell (Ophelia Dicks, Janine) and Owain Miller (Keith, Jason). Music: Phil Johncock

    • 12 min
    News Flash

    News Flash

    A comic parody of news radio. This was recorded from a live broadcast for the radio drama module in February 2013. Written & performed by: Joseph Beat, Olivia Redmond, Sascha Jones, Hayley Robinson, Emily Pearce and John Taylor.

    • 13 min
    Time Heroes

    Time Heroes

    A comic exploration of epic science fiction radio. This recording was taken from a live broadcast produced for the radio drama module in February 2013. Written by Josef Anderton; directed by Corinna Hedderick and Ashleigh Wheeler; produced by Paris Taylor and Matt Williams. Performers: Corinna Hedderick, Daniel Spencer, Ashleigh Wheeler, Josef Anderton and Abbie Hamer. Music composed by Joel Jordan.

    • 16 min
    GRAVEYARD VOICES: Being Human Festival Project 2015

    GRAVEYARD VOICES: Being Human Festival Project 2015

    About the Graveyard Voices podcasts recorded at Cardiff's Cathays Cemetery, and how they were created for the Being Human Festival 2015

    Graveyard Voices 1: Samuel Chivers' Leg

    Graveyard Voices 1: Samuel Chivers' Leg

    This monologue concerns the grave of the leg (1844-1883) of Samuel Chivers (1844-1917) in Cathays Cemetery, Cardiff. Mr Chivers lost his leg in a street accident and paid for an official funeral to lay it to rest. This monologue was recorded in 2015 using binaural technology near the grave in Cathays Cemetery.

    This recording is part of the Graveyard Voices project which was a part of the 2015 Being Human Festival. Being Human is the UK’s only national festival of the humanities, led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London in partnership with the Arts & Humanities Research Council, the British Academy and the Wellcome Trust. The Graveyard Voices project at the University of South Wales (led by Prof Richard Hand with staff and students in drama and music) won a grant from the AHRC to take part in the Festival.

    PERFORMER: Owain Miller (owainmiller@hotmail.co.uk) MUSIC COMPOSER/PERFORMER: Robert Smith of Wonderbrass

    • 2 min
    Graveyard Voices 2: The Balloon Girl

    Graveyard Voices 2: The Balloon Girl

    This monologue concerns the grave of Louisa Maud Evans (1882-1896) in Cathays Cemetery, Cardiff. Louisa lost her life at the age of 14½ performing a parachute jump from a hot air balloon in perilous weather conditions as part of the 1896 Cardiff Industrial and Maritime Exhibition. Her marble grave was paid for by public subscription. This monologue was recorded in 2015 using binaural technology in the recently restored Mortuary Chapels in Cathays Cemetery.

    This recording is part of the Graveyard Voices project which was a part of the 2015 Being Human Festival. Being Human is the UK’s only national festival of the humanities, led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London in partnership with the Arts & Humanities Research Council, the British Academy and the Wellcome Trust. The Graveyard Voices project at the University of South Wales (led by Prof Richard Hand with staff and students in drama and music) won a grant from the AHRC to take part in the Festival.

    PERFORMER: Allie Downing. MUSIC COMPOSER/PERFORMER: Robert Smith of Wonderbrass

    • 3 min

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