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Yorick Radio Productions is bringing you Radio plays, Documentaries, short stories and whatever else happened to float through our brains at the time. Some of our regular shows include: Theoretically theatrical: A documentary style show about theatre, creative pursuits and behind the scenes. Scintillating Stories: Where we read short stories. Page Parle: Where we interview authors and performers. Radio Revelry: Where we perform Radio plays.
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In this episode of Theoretically Theatrical we speak to Tyler Foley about the passion to perform, overcoming roadblocks and how to speak naked. I'm not joking!Tyler's Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seantylerfoley/?hl=enWebsite: https://www.seantylerfoley.comSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Scintillating Stories we go for a boat ride with Rudyard Kipling. Three stereotypical journalists are confronted with irrefutable evidence of something unbelievable, but come to question what makes something true. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Scintillating Stories we welcome back author Linda Lappin who will be reading her short story for us. This tale follows a holidaying couple as they encounter snakes, scorpions and creatures from the sea!You can find more of Linda's work here: https://www.lindalappin.netSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Theoretically Theatrical we speak to professional voice actor Chris Dattoli about the pitfalls of demo reels, fair pay and the joys of being a grown up kid!You can find Chris's social media here:website: https://dattolivoiceovers.com/Twitter, Instagram, TikTok: @chrisdattolivo Facebook: Chris Dattoli - Voice Over TalentSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In honour of Pride Month we have gathered four pieces of writing from famous LGBT+ authors. The first story is Eris, A Spirit Record by Walter WhitmanThe second story is The String Quartet by Virginia Woolf The third is the poem On the Sale by Auction of Keats' Love Letters by Oscar WildeThe fourth is the poem El Beso by Angelina Weld-GrimkeYou can find these writing online: https://whitmanarchive.org/published/fiction/shortfiction/per.00331.htmlhttp://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks02/0200211.txt https://poets.org/poem/sale-auction-keats-love-lettersel-besoSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Theoretically Theatrical we explore take a look at what goes into the management of Performance. This whirlwind tour gives you an intro to the tangled paths of informal contracts, cost disease and trade unions and how they relate to the performing arts.CreditsCaves was played by Ellisha O’donnellBaylis was played by Ellis Jaimison The presenter and Whitty was Rosie Beech  This has been a Yorick Radio Production    Bibliography  Creative industries by Richard E. Caves Managing Creativity: Exploring the Paradox. Edited by Barbara Townley and Nic Beech About Actors Unions by Alex Ates 2020https://www.backstage.com/magazine/article/unions-101-everything-you-need-to-know-70119/Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
Content Warning: Reference to violence against a child and supernatural threat.Our Third Production for 'Radio Revelry' is a scary story inspired by Gothic Horror, Grimm's Fairy Tales, and Hammer Horror.Credits:Featuring the Voices of Rosie Beech, Catriona Scott and Plywood.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode we read the second part of the short story by Richard Freeman. In this section of the howcatchem we follow Dr Thorndyke as he races against time to trace the clues to their source. This part has been abridged and You can read the whole story online Here: https://www.fadedpage.com/books/20180653/html.phpSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode we read the first part of The case of Oscar Brodski, a howcatchem by Richard Freeman. In this section we hear how a grizzly crime was committed. You can read the story online here: https://www.fadedpage.com/books/20180653/html.phpSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Theoretically Theatrical we interview Jodi Krangle, Voice actor and Podcast host about audio branding and the power of sound. If you would like to hear more from Jodi you can find her podcast here: https://voiceoversandvocals.com/podcast/You can find Gravy for the brain here: https://usa.gravyforthebrain.comSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Page Parle we interview the thoughtful and creative Cecilia Poullain, an author and podcaster. We discuss her writing, therapeutic practice and one woman shows.You can find Cecilia's podcast here:https://www.ceciliapoullain.com/podcastAnd you can find out more about her work here: https://www.ceciliapoullain.comSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode we hear a collection of short stories from the talented author, performer and podcaster Cecilia Poullain. First we hear about how Art can truly touch us. Secondly we follow a German poet in Paris. Thirdly we see a couple reunite and meditate on the beautiful, simple pleasures of life. You can find Cecilia's podcast here:https://www.ceciliapoullain.com/podcastAnd you can find out more about her work here: https://www.ceciliapoullain.comSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Page Parle we interview the excellent Actor and Podcaster Percy Brown. We chat about professionalism, the best way to approach auditions and the business of Acting.You can hear more Percy here:Podcast: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshairInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mr.nodaysoffpercy/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProActorSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Theoretically Theatrical we explore the roots of modern theatre which are deep in the fertile soil of Ancient Greece. We take a broad look at Tragedy, comedy and what we can learn about their society from their plays. This episode was inspired by Philip Rowe. You can find his podcast here: https://history-of-european-theatre.captivate.fm/?fbclid=IwAR16KggiKni5UD4_Q0UIAl0pws8aPdLeW3xiMe_jSqF0JQqMK8Xm367AZIQThe presenter was Rosie Beech Alexis the Producer was played by Arianna EllisAeschylus was Catriona ScottAnd Aristophanes was Ellis Jamieson Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode we read a short story from Sir Walter Scott. An old fashioned ghost tale which claims to be based on a true story is able to weave an atmosphere of tingling terror in only a few pages. You can find the Keepsake stories here: https://www.electricscotland.com/etexts/keepsake_ws.txtSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
This episode includes discussion of mental health and self harm.In this episode of Page Parle we interview the fantastic author Linda Lappin. We discuss how Female artists disappear from the popular consciousness, working with small publishers and researching historical figures.You can find more of Linda's work here: https://www.lindalappin.net Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
April Fools Day Poetry

April Fools Day Poetry

2021-03-3113:23

Happy April fools Day! Please enjoy this special episode of Scintillating Stories. We have collected  six hilariously terrible poems for your enjoyment. Featuring the 'talents' of William McGonagall, Julia Ann Moore and Amanda McKittrick Ross. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
This episode includes discussion of mental health and self harm.In this episode of Scintillating Stories Linda Lappin reads a section from her wonderful book 'Loving Modigliani.' This story is based on the real life of Jeanne Hébuterne, an artist in her own right, and how her art work resurfaced many years later. You can find more of Linda's work here: https://www.lindalappin.netSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Theoretically theatrical we explore the theatre of the absurd, why it happened, what on earth it's on about and how it continues today. Esslin was played by Catriona ScottZhu by Audrey WangDerksen by Arianna Ellisand the Presenter was Rosie BeechSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
In this episode of Page Parle we were lucky enough to interview author and filmmaker Daniel Hess. We discuss expression, self publishing and acceptance. You can visit Daniel's website here: https://totonyproductions.comAnd you can buy his book here: https://www.amazon.com/Just-Blaming-Himself-Daniel-Hess/dp/B08SPFCRNM/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2S9VCQR5Z6BRH&dchild=1&keywords=just+a+boy+blaming+himself&qid=1611609048&sprefix=just+a+boy+blaming%2Caps%2C198&sr=8-1Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/beech_hedge_witch)
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