Radio plays released to conicide with 1,000th Wymondham and Attleborough Talking Newspaper
- Credit: Tony Vale
Six short radio plays have been recorded for blind and partially sighted people to coinicide with a talking newspaper's 1,000th edition.
Wymondham Town Mayor Robert Savage was the special guest at local play writing group Four by Four's autumn production of radio plays.
The six short plays by the Four by Four team of Lou Betts, Richard Crawley, Alan Huckle and Tony Vale and guest writers Jenny Devaux and Robin Franklin, had the theme of 10,00, to coincide with the recording of the 1,000th edition of Wymondham and Attleborough Talking Newspaper (WATN) on November 3.
A selection of the plays will be included as a special supplement to the milestone edition, which will also be available to the wider public via the Talking Newspaper's website, www.watn.org.uk
As a founding member of Four by Four and current chairman of WATN, Tony Vale said that it was an ideal opportunity for the play writing group and the audio news and information service for visually impaired people to work together.
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For more information about the play writing group and/or the talking newspaper, contact Tony Vale on 01953 605434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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