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Audio drama resources for education from the award winning Wireless Theatre Company. See our website at wirelesstheatrecompany.co.uk for more, including Shakespeare Key Scenes, Black Spartacus and others.
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  1. Daphnis and Chloe

    Daphnis and Chloe by Longus is thought of as the first novel, written approximately 300 BC, it concerns the young love of Daphnis and Chloe. Both are abandoned as children, found by farmers and grow up to be shepherds. The novel is set against a breath-taking pastoral backdrop, with Daphnis ...


  2. Romeo and Juliet Student Production

    Romeo and Juliet Student Production Audio Play The pupils from West Thames College in Isleworth participated in a Wireless Theatre workshop, learning audio acting techniques. Jenny Runacre directed. Following this they came into the studio and recorded William Shakespeare’s classic tale of true love Romeo and Juliet. They ...


  3. When You've Got No Socks

    When Joe gets good enough grades to go to university, his Mother is over the moon. But is it what Joe wants as well? A radio drama about students, performed by students. As part of the Wireless Theatre In Education programme the HND Students from West Thames College perform in a ...


  4. Dulce Et Decorum Est

    A touching glimpse into the experiences of the soldiers of the first world war. This series of letters from the front powerfully evokes the horrors and emotions of the men who fought and died on the battlefield, focusing on Wilfred Owen’s eternal question, is dying for your country an honour or ...


  5. Shakespeare Key Scenes - Much Ado About Nothing

    THE SCENES: Act 1, Scene 1 – Act 4, Scene 1 – Act 5, Scene 4 THE THEME: Love and Language THE AIM: To provide modern, clear and vibrant recitals of key scenes from Shakespeare’s most popular plays for use as a study tool. To create recordings to demonstrate how accessible Shakespeare’s ...