HI Wireless Drama in January 2016

HI Wireless Drama in January 2016

Thu 14 Jan 2016 / News


With five plays broadcast at the end of 2015, more of HI Wireless's radio dramas were aired in January during the The Janice Forsyth Show on BBC Radio Scotland.

Monday 4th January
Not Fade Away by Alan McDiarmid
Starring: Maureen Pringle and Paul Young
Synopsis: Two lonely people in their late 60s meet at a dance and forge an unlikely romance, against the backdrop of a strange Robin Hood drama developing in their sleepy village.
You can listen to this play on iPlayer here

Wednesday 13th January
The Fault by Phil Baarda
Starring: Matthew Zajac and Sheila Grier
Synopsis: A widow and widower, both 50s, find unlikely romance and plan an exciting trip after she helps him use his specialist knowledge to expose a potential earthquake near Inverness.
You can listen to this play on iPlayer here

Wednesday 20th January
999 by Mairead Martin
Starring: Helen MacKay and Gordon Munro
Synopsis: Set at the top of a mountain, 15 year old Amber tries to reconstruct the past to confront her father David about the mysterious circumstances of her mother falling off the same mountain many year ago.
You can listen to this play on iPlayer here.

HI Wireless is an exciting showcase of 11 new radio plays by emerging writers of all ages from the Highlands and Islands, performed by an impressive cast of radio stalwarts, exciting newcomers and high profile Scottish stars. Visit this post from June 2015 to read more about the development and production journeys of the plays. Or visit the tagged posts on the ScreenHI website to see all posts relating to HI Wireless.

HI Wireless is based on an original idea from RightLines. Funded by ScreenHI (ERDF and HIE) and Creative Scotland