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19 November 2015
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Pursued by a Bear: The Bruntwood Story

By Tim Bano

In association with Nick Hern Books. In this episode, we take an in-depth look at the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. Presenter Tim Bano follows the progress of scripts from submission to shortlisting by speaking to judges, readers and writers. Featuring interviews with: Michael Oglesby, Anna Jordan, Sarah Frankcom, Suzanne … Continue reading Pursued by a Bear: The Bruntwood Story





22 August 2015
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Cubs #7: Poet Luke Wright

By Annegret Märten

We spoke to poet Luke Wright about his Fringe shows What I learned from Johnny Bevan at Summerhall and Stay at Home Dandy at The Underbelly and the difference between poetry performance and theatre performance. And you’ll also get to hear some poetry!







7 August 2015
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Cubs #1: Tether

By Annegret Märten

The Bear has stopped pursuing. During August she’s giving birth to lots of little cubs, a selection of mini episodes from the Edinburgh Fringe 2015. There’ll be interviews and insights into performers’ and punters’ experiences of the Festival. Isley Lynn’s show Tether is about a blind long distance runner and her guide. We spoke to cast … Continue reading Cubs #1: Tether


27 July 2015
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Uncaused Effects: Playwrights on Playwriting

By Tim Bano

In association with Nick Hern Books. Visit nickhernbooks.co.uk/exeunt for exclusive discounts on books by many of the playwrights featured in this podcast. This month we talk to nine playwrights at various stages of their career and at different points of the writing process. We discuss all aspects of playwriting, from the initial sparks of thought … Continue reading Uncaused Effects: Playwrights on Playwriting


8 June 2015
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Pursued by a Bear – episode 3

By Tim Bano

This month with a comprehensive look at European theatre! Annegret talks to Andrew Haydon, Lee Anderson and Megan Vaughan at Theatertreffen in Berlin. Tim talks to Selma Dimitrijevic, the artistic director of Greyscale Theatre. Rebecca Jacobson finds out about an immersive Twin-Peaks-inspired show in Germany. Holger Syme says intelligent things about German theatre. Chris Thorpe … Continue reading Pursued by a Bear – episode 3