Gull Therapy

Dan used to be a successful drugs sales rep for a pharmaceutical company but after a stroke he finds all kinds of communication difficult and fatiguing. He employs Alice, a private speech and language therapist, to ‘make him better’. Recently divorced Alice has moved home and business to a small rented flat where at night the sea gulls gather on her skylight. A play about sound, language and meaning.

First Broadcast:

Wednesday 12th August 2015 at 14:15 on BBC Radio 4

Production Credits:

Writer: Anita Sullivan
Cast: Susan Lynch (Alice), Carl Prekopp (Dan), Ben Crowe (Stepan/Paramedic) & Owen Roe (Narrator)
Broadcast Assistant: Sarah Tombling
Sound Engineer: David Thomas
Producer: Karen Rose
Music & Sound FX composed & performed by Eleanor Gamper

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