Vox Humana by Timothy X Atack
4 Extra Debut. A father yearns to hear his daughter's voice when she is in a coma. A computer finds a voice – but whose? Read by Neve McIntosh.
The first in a series of three short stories about the intimate relationship we have with our computers and what they might say if they could talk.
A woman lies comatose in a hospital bed. A father yearns to hear his daughter's voice again. A computer begins to find its voice. But whose voice is it? An original short story for radio by Timothy X Atack.
Timothy X Atack is a writer, sound artist, composer and film-maker. He's worked with Bristol Old Vic, BBC Radio, Neil Bartlett, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Paines Plough, Arnolfini, Matt Lucas and David Walliams, Raucous Collective, BAC, Edgar Wright, Channel 4 TV and BBC Film Lab amongst others. He's an artist in residence at Pervasive Media Studios, Watershed, a member of the radiophonic pop group Angeltech and a co-founder of Sleepdogs with director Tanuja Amarasuriya. His afternoon play The Morpeth Carol won the Radio Academy Award for Best Drama 2014.
Producer: Mair Bosworth.
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