Angela Rodaway

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Angela Rodaway

Angela Rodaway was "an author, playwright and poet. In the 1960s, as a writer for the BBC's radio drama department, she collaborated frequently with the corporation's pioneering sound effects unit at the Radiophonic Workshop in north London, and introduced EEG heart and brain trace readings to their repertoire."[1]

Delia created a soundscape for her radio play Death of the Jelly Baby, broadcast twice on the Third Programme in 1964,[1] and her second radio play, The Flame, in 1965. In 1970 they were friends and attended a Womens' Liberation rally in London together.[2]

Further info

  • There is a transcript of an interview with Angela in the book Writing Lives: conversations between women writers.[3]
  • There is a tape of a telephone interview with Angela in the library of the University of Bristol.[4]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Guardian obituary for Angela Rodaway, 15th November 2012.
  2. Nicola McCartney cited in Breege Brennan's thesis.
  3. Steedman, Carolyn (1988) Interview with Angela Rodaway in Writing lives: conversations between women writers, Virago, London, pp. 192-204, ISBN 0860687082 in the University of Warwick Research Archive Portal and on Google Books.
  4. University of Bristol Library Special Collections, item DM2123/1/Archive Boxes 79: Feminist Archive Audio Tapes and Mini Disks including Angela Rodaway (telephone interview) on minidisk.
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