The snow-affected schedule for the final day of the Writing on Air festival will be as follows:
10.30am From the Edge: Horror writer Janine-Langley Wood on being trapped between two worlds.
11.30am The Sleeping: Charlotte Carick has had to postpone the premiere of her new radio play—Hidden Stains so we will be playing Alex Rushfirth and Rosalie Counelis sonic collage
12.15pm The Play What I Wrote: Discussion with playwrights Charley Miles, Chris O’Connor and Charlotte Carrick
1.15pm Thin Line: Writers and Mental Health: What links creativity and depression. Helen Shay talks to Char March and Mark Commors
2.15pm Leeds Savage Club The oldest established writing group in Leeds gnash over Borderlands…
3.15pm Live from The Leeds Library: Rob Cowen Unfortunately The Drum that also Dreams is cancelled but we will be playing the recording from yesterday’s outside broadcast at the Wild Lines festival.
4.30pm War on our Doorstep What do the housewife, theatre buff, and rookie soldier have in common? They all lived in Leeds in 1939. Text and music from Trio Literati.
5.30pm The Village Voice (depending on a lot of people turning up—please come along if you can and help us make it happen!)
Bring on spring!