How to write … for radio: Adapting the Diaries of Samuel Pepys – Hattie Naylor

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Sat, 10 October 11:00am

Hattie Naylor is a multi-award winning playwright and a Senior Lecturer for Scriptwriting at Sheffield Hallam University.  She writes for multi disciplines: Circus, Puppetry, Theatre, Film, Television, Radio and Sound and has written over forty plays for BBC Radio Four.  She shares her secrets on Writing for Radio with excerpts from her highly acclaimed dramatisation of the exploits and misdemeanours of Samuel Pepys written for Radio 4.

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