Yorick Radio Productions is bringing you Radio plays, Documentaries, short stories and whatever else happened to float through our brains at the time. Some of our regular shows include: Theoretically theatrical: A documentary style show about theatre, creative pursuits and behind the scenes. Scintillating Stories: Where we read short stories. Page Parle: Where we interview authors and performers. Radio Revelry: Where we perform Radio plays.
Theoretically Theatrical- Walking Theatre
In this episode of 'Theoretically Theatrical,' we take a look at Walking performances and the way that they are changing the way we look at theatrical spaces, and the lessons they can teach us about our relationships with others. If you would like to...
Radio Revelry- Communicable
We kick off our new show 'Radio Revelry' with an Interactive walking radio play! Grab your phone, plug in your headphones and start walking. You will take on the role of Dr J Snow and begin a mission to walk across a fictional city to solve a medical...
Page Parle- Rosie Beech and Catriona Scott
In this episode of Page Parle the tables are turned and Cat interviews me about the short story 'Lewellen's Last Stand.' We discuss acting out scenes before you write them and how to overcome the fear of starting a project.Read more of Cat's work here:...
Scintillating Stories: Lewellen's Last Stand
In ‘Scintillating stories’ we read short stories by a variety of authors. Lewellen’s Last Stand By Rosie Beech is set in a mythical Iron Age, when people knew that dangerous things lurked just beyond our understanding. This story was originally...
Theoretically Theatrical- Murder Mystery Nights
In this episode of 'Theoretically Theatrical' we take a look at Murder Mystery Nights and the creative potential they offer. This episode also features an interview with Catriona Scott about her experience of writing and performing in these games.
Page Parle- Rhydian Jones
In this episode of Page Parley we chat to Rhydian Jones about his short story ‘Dressing Station.’ He tells us about his research process and some of the fascinating and gory details of historical medicine.