n d s
So u
al og
Di
   ue
  This is one of the most
   obvious ways in which a
   radio play tells its story.
   It is in the words ...
TONE
        In which mood are the voices
        expressing themselves?


VOLUME
   How loud are they? Are they muffled? ...
Sounds
Sounds
Sounds
Sounds
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  1. 1. n d s So u
  2. 2. al og Di ue  This is one of the most obvious ways in which a radio play tells its story. It is in the words of the actors that the story is largely developed.  The dialogue is written by radio playwrights who also have pictures in mind as they write. They use the words to present ideas and put
  3. 3. TONE In which mood are the voices expressing themselves? VOLUME How loud are they? Are they muffled? This could show they are a long way off or speaking from behind a door. PITCH Are the voices high or low? Male or female? Young or old? Calm or afraid? Pitch will help to tell you.
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