Audio Showcase #11 – Suspense – The Burning Court

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Audio Showcase #10 – X Minus One – No Contact

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Audio Showcase #9 – Our Miss Brooks – Lack of Coal at Madison High

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Audio Showcase #8 – The Shadow – Death-house Rescue

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Audio Showcase #7 – Lights Out – Chicken Heart

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Learning from Erik Barnau – Part 10

Hi folks, I’m taking another look this week at the advice offered by Erik Barnouw in his Handbook of Radio Writing (1947). The attention is focused on “shifting the scene” of a radio drama using a technique known as the…

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Learning from Erik Barnau – Part 9

Hi folks, I’m taking another look this week at the advice offered by Erik Barnouw in his Handbook of Radio Writing (1947). The attention is focused on “setting the scene” of a radio drama. The techniques are common sense but…

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