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The Twisted Image – James Follett

Given the fact this site primarily reviews radio programmes, I expect we will see a fair bit of James Follet appearing on this site. Through the seventies and eighties he wrote dozens of radio plays, many with an SF or fantasy feel, several are crying out for a decent review. The Twisted Image is a […]

Full Dark House – Christopher Fowler (Audiobook)

Occasionally (very occasionally) you see, read or hear something that immediately becomes an old friend.  You slip into it like a comfortable shoe, and you wonder how you have ever done without it. As you can see by my lack of posting it’s been a busy time, filming all over the UK, some big shows […]

Outbreak of Fear by R. D. Wingfield

With seemingly endless trips everywhere recently filming people from Brighton to Edinburgh I haven’t had much time to review but a lot of time to listen. So 3 reviews in the works, here is the first… One of the first things I hunted for when I discovered radioarchive was R. D. Wingfield’s Outbreak of Fear.  […]

The Wyndham Case by Jill Paton Walsh

Of all the many programmes I have listened to courtesy of radioarchive (and of course BBC7) the crimes and thrillers have been particularly enjoyable.  Merrison and Williams (later Sachs) make a peerless Holmes and Watson, Carmichael the perfect Wimsey, Moffat a pin sharp Poirot and June Whitfield my favourite Miss Marple and let us not […]