How can a story told one way be told in a different way, without losing its impact? How can a non-audio-drama story make the most of audio drama’s craft? Join Sarah and Lindsay as they sort out some tools to better understand some best practices in adaptation for audio drama. 

On one side  of the image is an illustrated page from the original printing of War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells, with a man on horseback being attacked by rays from the sky. On the other side is a photo of Orson Welles, being questioned by journalists.
How can a story told one way be told in a different way, without losing its impact? How can a non-audio-drama story make the most of audio drama's craft? Join Sarah and Lindsay as they sort out some tools to better understand some best practices in adaptation for audio drama. Warning and/or Spoilers: War of the Worlds,  Jarnsaxa Rising, Resources: Albert's Beginner's Guide to Symphonic MetalThe War of The Worlds by H. G. Wells at Gutenberg.orgWar of the Worlds by Mercury Radio Theater (YouTube link) The Infamous "War of the Worlds" Radio Broadcast Was a Magnificent Fluke Smithsonian magazineTime After Time trailer (YouTube link)Thrymskvitha, or The Lay of ThrymWeird World Studios: adapting The Gift of The MagiThe Rocking Horse Winner by D. H. LawrenceSubscribe or Follow us, so you can be sure to hear all future episodes.Tell us what you think, on Twitter, at @ADWITpodcast.Like what you heard? Write a review at Podchaser or Apple Podcasts.Or, write to us, at writersadwit@gmail.com. 


Warning and/or Spoilers: War of the Worlds,  Jarnsaxa Rising

Resources: 
Albert’s Beginner’s Guide to Symphonic Metal
The War of The Worlds by H. G. Wells at Gutenberg.org
War of the Worlds by Mercury Radio Theater (YouTube link) 
The Infamous “War of the Worlds” Radio Broadcast Was a Magnificent Fluke, Smithsonian magazine
Time After Time trailer (YouTube link)
Thrymskvitha, or The Lay of Thrym
Weird World Studios: adapting The Gift of The Magi
The Rocking Horse Winner by D. H. Lawrence


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Tell us what you think, on Twitter, at @ADWITpodcast.

Like what you heard? Write a review at Podchaser or Apple Podcasts.

Or, write to us, at writersadwit@gmail.com. 

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