The Original Hitchhiker Radio Scripts by Douglas AdamsThe legendary BBC series did indeed push back the barriers of radio comedy, and in so doing so spawned records, books, a stage production, a TV series, a computer adventure game, even a towel, and attracted a deluge of letters from curious audiences throughout the world.
To satisfy this curiosity, here are the twelve original radio scripts – Hitch-Hiker as it was originally written, and exactly as it was broadcast on Radio 4 for the very first time. They include amendments and additions made during recordings, bits which were reluctantly cut for reasons of time, and notes on the writing and producing of the series by Douglas Adams and Geoffrey Perkins.
For those who have always longed to know why, who, how, when, where, and what its all about, these scripts are essential reading.
How to Write a Script for Your Live Radio Event
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Planning out your live radio event is a great way to ensure you are prepared and that you deliver the best possible content to your listeners. A great way to plan out your event is by creating a script to follow. This script can help keep you focused and gives you the direction that you may need as you move through your live radio show. After all, the event is live, so a script can certainly come in handy if you are ever at a loss for words. So, to help you get started with writing your script, we gathered our best tips for creating a script.