It really brought it home to me today just how much time flies.
I was browsing around my hard drive looking for an audio file for Joy when I stumbled across an audio play that I’d written and produced ten years ago.
But here’s where it gets amazingly serendipitous. The date of the file was exactly 10 years ago to the day.
What a coincidence!
I figured it must be a sign that I re-upload the file to RUSC for you to have a listen.
Some of you reading this will probably remember my recording of Crippen from the first time around, but for many I’m sure it will be completely new to you.
It's a macabre piece, done in the style of the Black Museum, about the life of the infamous killer, Hawley Harvey Crippen. If you like old-time radio then I am sure you like this too.
Here’s a link for you to listen to it again, or to download and enjoy it whenever you like.
Crippen by Ned Norris
As I mentioned above, I wrote the script and produced the audio, but the major credit has to go to a wonderful gentleman called David Ian Davies who played the part of all the characters.
Lately, I’ve been thinking of writing and producing some more shows, but before I do, I'd love to get your feedback about Crippen. With this in mind, I've put together a little survey. I'd very much appreciate it if you could take a moment to complete it - it takes just a couple of minutes, I promise.
Click here to complete the survey.
I'm really looking forward to reading through the comments from my most valued critics.
Happy listening my friends,