BillBillis a dopey , easily amused and chilled out character. He doesn’t understand what’s going on and makes that clear to the audience.
BenBilland Ben are very similar , but Bens a bit livelier. Ben has a more hands on approach to music whilst Bill will sit their and just mong out.
Target AudienceMy drama is aimed at college students between 16 – 20 and fans of comedy
Codes Whilst writing my script I am baring in mind various different codes that I can use to make my drama more interesting and engaging . Their are various different ways that I am going to do this , for example the use of music throughout to and to the words and voices and SFX are going to be used throughout.
Conventions The story is mainly based on spoken word as I dont want any narration in my drama , I might include a flashback and a fades in and out. I dont want the listeners to get distracted by narration or constantly changing plot lines with constant flashbacks and things to think about , I want a simple straight forward well though out drama that I can produce to a high standard.
Styles The content in my drama is perfect for my demographic , its made by a teenager , the only actors in it are teenagers and its going to be presented to a teenage audience. Its a very modern style radio drama and I feel that its a new idea that hasnt been done before , so I have alot of room to adapt change and find a good strong style that fits the wants and needs of a young audience.
Structures Im aiming for the drama to be about five minutes long because I don’t want to drag it on for to long and young audiences have a tendency to get bored and distracted very easily to I would like to keep things moving quickly. The plot is slow moving and develops throughout the story , its easy to follow alot of people are going to be able to relate to it and hopefully people might even find it funny.