For a week, there’s a chance to listen online to True Tales From the Crypt, a BBC Radio 4 documentary about curses, in which I defy the Gods of Egypt and tell Roger Luckhurst about mummy movies. Beware the beat of coth-wrapped feet.
My short horror play for radio, ‘Phish Food’, is available online via the BBC I-Player for a week. It stars John Rowe (The Archers) and is introduced by Mark Gatiss, the latest incarnation of the BBC’s long-lived horror host, the Man in Black.
Kim’s radio play Cry Babies is being re-broadcast on BBC Radio 7 at at 11.15 and 21.15 on Thursday, January 13th. It will also be available for a week afterwards on BBC’s iPlayer.
Watch Kim’s ’60 Second Guide To Huge Hoaxes’, broadcast on 24/09/10 on BBC’s The One Show.
Kim’s new radio drama, ‘Phish Phood’, will air on BBC Radio 7 on Halloween (October 31). It’s the debut episode of a new series of The Man in Black, with Mark Gatiss as the horror host (the Man in Black himself). The cast are John Rowe, Melissa Advani, Nyasha Hatendi and Liz Sutherland. It’s directed … Continue reading