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Comedy starring Aimee-Ffion Edwards and Joshua McGuire. A shy man gains astounding confidence but misuses his public speaking power. By Andrew Viner.

Andrew Viner's comedy in which a shy man seemingly magically gains confidence but becomes dangerously enthralled by the visceral power of public speaking.

Directed by Liz Webb

This is the 2nd full length radio play by Andrew Viner after When I Lived in Peru (R4). He has written a comedy book Venn That Tune, articles for the Guardian, for various radio comedies including That Mitchell and Webb Sound (R4), Parsons and Naylor (R2) and Weekending (R4) , for Aardman's Rex the Runt and extensively for children, including: Noddy, Fireman Sam, Thomas and Friends, and Timmy Time.

45 minutes

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Writer Andrew Viner

Writer Andrew Viner

Original British Dramatists 2015

Original British Dramatists 2015
From left to right
Christine Entwisle
Andrew Viner
Ben Tagoe
Vashti MacLachlan
Iain Ross

Credits

Role Contributor
Guy Joshua McGuire
Emily Aimee-Ffion Edwards
Stevenson David Hounslow
Mum Jessica Turner
Roth Sam Dale
The Vicar Stephen Critchlow
The Girl Rhiannon Neads
Writer Andrew Viner
Director Liz Webb

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