A fascinating chance to hear Alan Ayckbourn talk about his life and career, in a selection of interviews taken from the BBC radio and TV archive. Alan Ayckbourn is a multi-award-winning playwright, whose plays have been seen in the West End, on Broadway and worldwide. In this collection we hear - in his own words - about his family and upbringing; on being a writer and director, as well as those who influenced him. He discusses the characters he creates and his time in Scarborough, and also his childhood and his love of theatre. Alan also talks about his relationships - on and off stage - and touches on his personal life. Due to the age and nature of this archive material, the sound quality may vary.
Product InformationRunning Time: 1hrs 44min Publisher: AudioGO Ltd Series: In Their Own Words Number of CDs: 0 File Quality: MP3 (256 kbps) Release Date: 01/03/2012 D/L ISBN: 9781445862538
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