Mar
30
2009

Radio

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Iain Finlay was given his first break in radio by attending the BBC Radio Drama Course, run by David Ian Neville. He was then commissioned to adapt a short story by a female writer for Radio Four Women’s Hour. He chose to do “The Kitchen Child” by Angela Carter. Since then he has written and adapted work regularly for Radio 4 and Radio Scotland.

RADIO CREDITS

COMING SOON - MR ANWAR'S FAREWELL TO STORNOWAY. To be broadcast on Tuesday the 6th of July at 14.15.  Radio 4 - Afternoon play.

RAVEN BLACK (Radio 4 Saturday Play). An adaptation of the novel “Raven Black” written by Ann Cleeves. A wonderful crime novel set in Shetland.

THE SUMMER WALKING (Radio 4 Afternoon Play). An adaptation of Iain FInlay's own stage play “The Pearlfisher”.

FROZEN. (Radio Scotland). A half hour drama about a man who decides to cryogenically preserve his head when he dies. This was broadcast for a second time on New Year’s Day 2009. The idea came from a friend of mine who is actually doing this. (Click here to see how this story came about)

ISLAND BLUE. Radio 4 (Women’s Hour). I wrote three episodes of this returning series set on an island retreat.

THE GOLD DIGGER. Radio 4 in partnership with Catherine Bailey Productions and the Traverse Theatre. A half hour drama recorded live in front of a studio audience.

THE WATERGAW. Radio 4 performed in 2005 as part of the Womens' Hour "15 Minutes to go" series.

ROCK OF EYE. Radio 4. A short story about a Savile Row tailor. 2008.