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Post Info TOPIC: Would the Poldark books be more suited to radio or not ?


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Date: Oct 5 10:12 PM, 2018
Would the Poldark books be more suited to radio or not ?
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Perhaps some sort of simultaneous visual link up of Cornish scenes with BBC Spotlight South West as an additional option might work, as Audio books whilst very good usually only have one reader....

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006pfr1



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Date: Oct 5 9:22 PM, 2018
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This is interesting as I was considering the audio books just the other day. Not sure if they appeal or not.

I think that a radio play is worth thinking about, but the biggest con of all would be not seeing beautiful Cornwall. Yes we have our imagination, as we do when we read, but being able to see my favourite place in the world on a Sunday night when I am at home in Surrey has been wonderful!

 



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Date: Oct 4 4:22 PM, 2018
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Thinking of the world's longest running radio programme "The Archers" which was first aired on 1st January 1951 and still running today, what would be the pros and cons of airing the Poldark books on radio....?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Archers



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