Robert Rigby’s radio adaptation of Alan Sillitoe’s classic 1959 story THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG DISTANCE RUNNER goes out at 14.30 on Saturday 27 August 2016 for BBC Radio’s Saturday Drama slot featuring a young cast from the East Midlands, directed by Carl Prekopp and produced by Lucinda Mason Brown http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07q232z
Ray Brooking's recent episode of DOCTORS http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b077y7qy/doctors-series-18-12-no-quiet-find is part of the programme's contribution to the Shakespeare 400 celebrations and takes it inspiration from Sonnet 27. Ray explains why he chose this particular sonnet http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/18gWk5G6SWLWRXmzXv6rwM4/inspired-by-a-sonnet
Martin O'Brien's powerful play THIS IS MY BODY had a profound effect on audiences at Exeter's Northcott Theatre in its short run there in the week leading up to Easter http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/REVIEW-Body-Exeter-Northcott-Theatre/story-28986358-detail/story.html. Winner of the Best Stage Production dealing with modern slavery in the Anti-Slavery Day Media Awards 2015, the play was again directed by Paul Jepson and performed by Agata Jarosz. Plans continue for further productions.
Ray Brooking Clues to My Heart tx Wednesday 9 November 2016
Ray Brooking In Dark Corners tx Friday 3 June 2016
Ray Brooking No Quiet Find tx Tuesday 19 April 2016 - part of DOCTORS' contribution to the Shakespeare 450 celebrations, taking inspiration from Sonnet 27
Ray Brooking Promises, Promises tx Wednesday 9 March 2016
Ray Brooking This Fading Light tx Friday 29 January 2016