New David Bowie 'Low' on BBC Radio 4 drama on Saturday

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July 5th, 2018, 10:58 pm #1

New David Bowie BBC Radio 4 drama on Saturday 7th July at 14:30.

Written by Sean Grundy 'Low' stars Daniel Weyman as Bowie.

Full details on BW News page.
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July 6th, 2018, 9:48 am #2

Maybe they'll dramatise Woody's visit to the Chateau during the sessions:
'By eck, Dave, a dint reckanise thi wi that 'tache - wot the bloody ell's tha grown that foh, lad? Bloody instrumentals? Tha wants ter gi or wi t'barm and do summat reyt, sithee!'
Maybe not, though...
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July 9th, 2018, 11:10 pm #3

It's...so...linear. 
And yet not half linear enough...enough violations of place and timeline to get the UN involved, which I could forgive if it was just FUNNIER. 
"Schtum!"
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July 25th, 2018, 1:04 pm #4

So Auntie is prepared to waste in these claimed cash strapped times the UK licence fee on this absolute drivel. I’m sure residents of the UK will feel so much better knowing their money is being well spent next time there is a price hike in the annual fee.

Surely a music icon of the stature of David Bowie deserves so much better than this character assassination.

At least it’s got a fitting program title.
SHHWEEET! IS....A self confessed, radicalised David Bowie knob ha! ha! I’m in good company. Let’s all celebrate together. 👍
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July 27th, 2018, 2:53 pm #5

Did anyone enjoy that rubbish?

I’d rather be drenched in Trump’s piss than listen to that again!
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August 1st, 2018, 2:03 pm #6

Almost missed this, thankfully caught it on iPlayer with 5 days to go. Personally I loved it. I found it imaginative, well-acted, emotional, and funny. Historical accuracy is not required in a fictionalised story, it is not a documentary. That's the second BBC radio play about Bowie, I hope they keep making more!

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August 2nd, 2018, 4:57 pm #7

[quote="Bob70
I found it imaginative, well-acted, emotional, and funny.
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All the things I didn’t find it.
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