In this episode, we’re thinking about adaptations, from process and contexts to questions of fidelity. We speak to Siân Owen about her adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice for Audible, her career to date, and the benefits of audio books. Next, we discuss Carolyn Percy’s ‘In Defence of Adaptations’ and Gary Raymond’s review of the Netflix series ‘The Queen’s Gambit’. Finally, we let you know what events and projects you should be looking out for in our ‘What’s on, Wales?’ segment.
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Links to the articles discussed:
The Jane Austen Collection Audiobook
Carolyn Percy, In Defence of Adaptations
Gary Raymond, TV | The Queen’s Gambit
‘What’s on, Wales?’ Links:
Support Theatr na nÓg
Rick Allden/ Compacts Monologues
MOSTYN & LUMIN: Local 37
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