Carried in Waves

Rats in the Attic is a short story that won the Sunpenny Press competition some years ago. It was never published apart from online for a short time and it has since been edited and updated but was yet to find a home. All rights mine… so…

I sent it off again finally in 2015  and it made the cut for being recorded! This has finally happened and I am delighted or share the link to the podcast. What’s interesting is that since this is an Irish Radio Station it has been recorded with a fab Irish accent by actor Adrian Scanlan. While it was written with a Yorkshire accent, hence the reference to rats in Urmston, I think he has captured the voice of the child narrator wonderfully and the humour comes across no matter what accent! I rather like the Irish voice!

So please set aside 20 mins, coffee in hand and enjoy!

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