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A new six-part audio drama from True Name Theatre. This episode is brought to you with Pleasance Theatre. 1995: Brightlingsea, a small port in rural Essex.Two women, Alice and Linda, wake up to find lorries thundering through their town, carrying live animals in horrendous conditions for export. Although from very different worlds, the pair unite to try to stop the lorries. They become unlikely friends, facing arrest and police brutality amidst the protests, while also dealing with the pressures of motherhood. When one of their group dies, things start to unravel, as they face the differences between them. Timely and lyrical, Humane is a new six-part audio drama about activism, friendship and motherhood and the values that unite and divide us.Starring Marcia Lecky (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), Francesca Isherwood (The Worst Witch, The Catherine Tate Show), and Dr Who star, Louise Jameson, this is a timely and urgent story about animal rights, community and the issues that divide and connect us. Cast and crewWritten by Polly CreedDirected by Imy Wyatt CornerProduced by True Name Productions and John Ainsworth Sound design - David RoocroftOriginal music by Tingying DongAlice - Marcia LeckyLinda - Francesca IsherwoodBev - Louise JamesonEm - Rose ReadeMichael - Esmonde ColeBeryl - Margaret AshleyMark - Luke BartonRalph -Graham SeedOther parts played by members of the cast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Linda and Alice meet and begin to hatch a plan to take on the exporters? However, can they persuade the rest of the town to take on infamous exporter, Richard Culver?Episode 2 of a new six-part audio drama from True Name Productions and John Ainsworth. This episode is brought to you with The Omnibus Theatre.1995: Brightlingsea, a small port in rural Essex.Two women, Alice and Linda, wake up to find lorries thundering through their town, carrying live animals in horrendous conditions for export. Although from very different worlds, the pair unite to try to stop the lorries. They become unlikely friends, facing arrest and police brutality amidst the protests, while also dealing with the pressures of motherhood. When one of their group dies, things start to unravel, as they face the differences between them. Timely and lyrical, Humane is a new six-part audio drama about activism, friendship and motherhood and the values that unite and divide us.Starring Marcia Lecky (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), Francesca Isherwood (The Worst Witch, The Catherine Tate Show), and Dr Who star, Louise Jameson, this is a timely and urgent story about animal rights, community and the issues that divide and connect us.Cast and crewWritten by Polly CreedDirected by Imy Wyatt CornerProduced by True Name Productions and John Ainsworth Sound design - David RoocroftOriginal music by Tingying DongAlice - Marcia LeckyLinda - Francesca IsherwoodBev - Louise JamesonEm - Rose ReadeMichael - Esmonde ColeBeryl - Margaret AshleyMark - Luke BartonRalph -Graham SeedOther parts played by members of the cast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The situation begins to escalate as the people of Brightlingsea decide to blockade the town. The police are called and tensions increase.Episode 3 of a new six-part audio drama from True Name Productions and John Ainsworth. This episode is brought to you with Theatre Deli Sheffield.1995: Brightlingsea, a small port in rural Essex.Two women, Alice and Linda, wake up to find lorries thundering through their town, carrying live animals in horrendous conditions for export. Although from very different worlds, the pair unite to try to stop the lorries. They become unlikely friends, facing arrest and police brutality amidst the protests, while also dealing with the pressures of motherhood. When one of their group dies, things start to unravel, as they face the differences between them. Timely and lyrical, Humane is a new six-part audio drama about activism, friendship and motherhood and the values that unite and divide us.Starring Marcia Lecky (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), Francesca Isherwood (The Worst Witch, The Catherine Tate Show), and Dr Who star, Louise Jameson, this is a timely and urgent story about animal rights, community and the issues that divide and connect us.Cast and crewWritten by Polly CreedDirected by Imy Wyatt CornerProduced by True Name Productions and John Ainsworth Sound design - David RoocroftOriginal music by Tingying DongAlice - Marcia LeckyLinda - Francesca IsherwoodBev - Louise JamesonEm - Rose ReadeMichael - Esmonde ColeBeryl - Margaret AshleyMark - Luke BartonRalph -Graham SeedOther parts played by members of the cast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As the blockade continues, the media attention increases and the protestors grow closer. For teenager, Em, the protests become a kind of salvation...Episode 4 of a new six-part audio drama from True Name Productions and John Ainsworth. 1995: Brightlingsea, a small port in rural Essex.Two women, Alice and Linda, wake up to find lorries thundering through their town, carrying live animals in horrendous conditions for export. Although from very different worlds, the pair unite to try to stop the lorries. They become unlikely friends, facing arrest and police brutality amidst the protests, while also dealing with the pressures of motherhood. When one of their group dies, things start to unravel, as they face the differences between them. Timely and lyrical, Humane is a new six-part audio drama about activism, friendship and motherhood and the values that unite and divide us.Starring Marcia Lecky (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), Francesca Isherwood (The Worst Witch, The Catherine Tate Show), and Dr Who star, Louise Jameson, this is a timely and urgent story about animal rights, community and the issues that divide and connect us.Cast and crewWritten by Polly CreedDirected by Imy Wyatt CornerProduced by True Name Productions and John Ainsworth Sound design - David RoocroftOriginal music by Tingying DongAlice - Marcia LeckyLinda - Francesca IsherwoodBev - Louise JamesonEm - Rose ReadeMichael - Esmonde ColeBeryl - Margaret AshleyMark - Luke BartonRalph -Graham SeedOther parts played by members of the cast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The townspeople mark the six month milestone since the blockade began. However, a dark cloud descends as Michael, Alice's son, goes missing...1995: Brightlingsea, a small port in rural Essex.Two women, Alice and Linda, wake up to find lorries thundering through their town, carrying live animals in horrendous conditions for export. Although from very different worlds, the pair unite to try to stop the lorries. They become unlikely friends, facing arrest and police brutality amidst the protests, while also dealing with the pressures of motherhood. When one of their group dies, things start to unravel, as they face the differences between them. Timely and lyrical, Humane is a new six-part audio drama about activism, friendship and motherhood and the values that unite and divide us.Starring Marcia Lecky (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), Francesca Isherwood (The Worst Witch, The Catherine Tate Show), and Dr Who star, Louise Jameson, this is a timely and urgent story about animal rights, community and the issues that divide and connect us.Cast and crewWritten by Polly CreedDirected by Imy Wyatt CornerProduced by True Name Productions and John Ainsworth Sound design - David RoocroftOriginal music by Tingying DongAlice - Marcia LeckyLinda - Francesca IsherwoodBev - Louise JamesonEm - Rose ReadeMichael - Esmonde ColeBeryl - Margaret AshleyMark - Luke BartonRalph -Graham SeedOther parts played by members of the cast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The season finale! The protestors are shocked when one of their number dies suddenly. But what really happened? Who is responsible for his death? What secrets lie in hidden in his past? As Alice and Linda, begin to pursue these questions, they realise they don't know each other as well as they thought they did...1995: Brightlingsea, a small port in rural Essex.Two women, Alice and Linda, wake up to find lorries thundering through their town, carrying live animals in horrendous conditions for export. Although from very different worlds, the pair unite to try to stop the lorries. They become unlikely friends, facing arrest and police brutality amidst the protests, while also dealing with the pressures of motherhood. When one of their group dies, things start to unravel, as they face the differences between them. Timely and lyrical, Humane is a new six-part audio drama about activism, friendship and motherhood and the values that unite and divide us.Starring Marcia Lecky (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), Francesca Isherwood (The Worst Witch, The Catherine Tate Show), and Dr Who star, Louise Jameson, this is a timely and urgent story about animal rights, community and the issues that divide and connect us.Cast and crewWritten by Polly CreedDirected by Imy Wyatt CornerProduced by True Name Productions and John Ainsworth Sound design - David RoocroftOriginal music by Tingying DongAlice - Marcia LeckyLinda - Francesca IsherwoodBev - Louise JamesonEm - Rose ReadeMichael - Esmonde ColeBeryl - Margaret AshleyMark - Luke BartonRalph -Graham SeedOther parts played by members of the cast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Listen in to a bonus episode of the **** Humane audio drama podcast. This week, we're interviewing special guest Louise Jameson, who starred in the radio adaptation of the stage play.Louise has been lighting up our screens and stages for fifty years this year. She is perhaps best known for playing as Italian matriarch Rosa Di Marco in TV’s EastEnders, and also starring in Dr Who, Tenko and Bergerac . Louise is also an inveterate activist, championing a range of different issues including prison reform, CND, and better representation of women on screen. There couldn’t be a more perfect person therefore to speak to about the relationship between theatre and social change, acting and activism! You can buy tickets for the play at the Pleasance Theatre, which is on until 21 Nov 2021 here: https://www.pleasance.co.uk/event/humane-0#overview See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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