The Arts of Amnesia: The Case for Audio Drama, Part Two

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This article examines what the relationship between audio drama and radio drama might illuminate about both forms. Drawing on some 40 podcasts and other audio forms that take a serial structure, I explore the rise of audio drama podcasts since 2015 and situate them in both a more recent historical context since the late 1990s and in a broader history stretching back to the first Golden Age of radio. By listening closely to key works on Serendipity, Homecoming and other podcasts, I argue that contemporary audio has profound potential to change both how we listen and how we relate to the sound media of the past.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number6
Number of pages23
JournalRadioDoc Review (RDR)
Volume3
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 2017

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The Arts of Amnesia : The Case for Audio Drama, Part Two. / Verma, Neil Kanwar Harish.

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