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Creating Characters

Michael Rosen talks to writers and directors about how great characters are created through language. Recorded in front of an audience at Arnolfini Centre in Bristol.

Michael Rosen gathers a gaggle of writers and directors to discuss what makes a great character in a book, on the stage and on the radio. Recorded in front of an audience at Arnolfini Centre in Bristol, as part of Radio 4 Character Invasion Day.

Contributors: Andrew Hilton, Founder & Artistic Director of Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory.

Helen Cross, author of radio plays, novels and screenplays. Her first novel, My Summer of Love, became a BAFTA award winning feature film.

Paul Dodgson, writer and director of radio dramas, and also a composer and teacher.

Producer Beth O'Dea.

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Mon 7 Apr 2014 23:00

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