SOMEBODY by Liz Wainwright
Roy and Eileen have won a holiday, a week at the Carnival in Nice, a second honeymoon
- the only trouble is.... they split up six months ago.
Original BBC Radio Production was directed by: Marion Nancarrow for BBC Radio 4 Drama. Broadcast 1998. Running Time: 55m
Cast: EILEEN: Lynda Bellingham, ROY: David Ross
A SECOND SUMMER by Liz Wainwright
A woman desperate to reclaim her life escapes from Paris to the Normandy countryside, and receives help from an unexpected source.
'I think 'A Second Summer' would make a wonderful film' Marion Nancarrow BBC Drama Producer
Original BBC Radio Production was directed by: Marion Nancarrow for BBC Radio 4 Drama. Broadcast 1992. Running Time: 55m
Cast: CECILE Gwen Watford, ALAIN: David Calder
MADAME by Liz Wainwright
A story of envy and revenge.
Original BBC Radio Production was directed by: Marilyn Imrie for BBC Radio 4 Drama. Broadcast 1990. Running Time: 55m
Cast: MME. BERNAY: Mary Wimbush, MME. ROZIER: Carole Boyd
MRS DANBY'S DESTINY by Liz Wainwright
Original BBC Radio Production was directed by: Marion Nancarrow for BBC Radio 4 Drama 'Thirty Minute Theatre'
Broadcast November 1993. Running Time: 30m
Cast: SUSAN: Pauline Yates, GREG: James Taylor, JULIA: Lynda Baron
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Liz Wainwright : 'When people ask me where it all comes from, this writing, I tell them I have this special software - it's called 'my imagination'. There's reality and experience in the background.
My characters do most of the writing for me, they become voices in my head and take on a life of their own. They're no angels, and they get into the sort of relationship situations which fascinate me. They make me care about them; they make me cry, and they make me laugh. I hope they'll do the same for you.'
Liz's Drama Press Reviews
'...dry and kindly observation ...with real passion.' The Guardian
'... a good ear and understanding.' The Sunday Times
'...with sharp characterisation....and a density of emotion...compelling entertainment.' The Stage
'...a strong and realistic play.' The Times
'... a dryly comic play....' Northern Star
'An entertaining play... and a Dahl-like twist' The Independent on Sunday
'...poignant depiction of budding friendships...
could be appreciated by anyone' Theater Forum (USA)
' ..best ... driven by urgent concerns with real people.' The Times Higher Educational Supplement