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Reality Check: State of the Art adaptation

February 27, 2009

Reality Check:
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State of the Art adaptation

Originally broadcast 03/03/09 on Resonance FM as a “Micro Clear Spot”

Iain Banks and Paul Cornell at Newcon 4

Iain Banks and Paul Cornell at Newcon 4

Alex Fitch talks to writer Paul Cornell about dramatising Iain M Banks’ novella “The State of the Art” for the afternoon play on Radio 4 (to be broadcast 2.15pm 05/03/09) with a cast including such luminaries as Anthony Sher and Patterson Joseph… Alex and Paul also discuss the author’s adaptations of his own work – novelising the internet cartoon Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka and conversely dramatising his novel Doctor Who: Human Nature for TV.

For more info, please visit the home of this podcast at Sci-Fi London

Links: For more info about BBC radio’s SF season, please click here
For Paul’s blog, please click here
Wikipedia pages on Paul Cornell, Iain Banks and The Culture

For more podcasts with Paul Cornell, as guest and interviewer, please click here

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  1. The State of the Art reblogged this and added:

    […] internet radio show, talking about The State of the Art and a lot more.  You can find it here: https://panelborders.wordpress.com/2009/02/27/reality-check-state-of-the-art-adaptation/ And my mate, and distinguished author, Sean Williams, has now put the entire manuscript of one of […]

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