Audio & Screen

BBC Radio

Peter has produced and directed more than 150 plays and drama-documentaries for BBC Radio 4, Radio 3, Radio 2 and Radio 4 Extra, working with many leading writers and actors.

He is also well known as a regular guest director of the flagship Radio 4 serial, The Archers, a programme he has been proud to be associated with since 1995.

Along with his collaborator Rosie Boulton, he has produced more than 20 ground-breaking drama documentaries and twice won the prestigious Prix Marulic.

Radio Highlights
Amadeus by Peter Shaffer (Radio 2) An adaptation by Neville Teller of the classic play with Oscar winning actor F. Murray Abraham
Falco by Lindsey Davis, adapted by Mary Cutler (Radio 4). Five series of the popular Roman Detective starring Anton Lesser and Anna Madeley
Wuthering Heights, adapted by Lucy Gough (15 part serial for Radio 4 Woman’s Hour)
Robinson Crusoe, adapted by Andy Barratt (Radio 4 Classic serial with Tim McInnerny)
Roots by Arnold Wesker (Radio 4 Saturday Drama with Danny Webb, David Troughton, David Bradley, Susan Wooldridge and Eleanor Tremain)
The Shape of the Table by David Edgar (Radio 4 Saturday drama with Tim McInnerny and Henry Goodman)
Mr Lowry’s Loves by Glyn Hughes (Radio 4 with Tom Courtenay)
Breaking the Silence by Stephen Poliakoff (Radio 4 with Juliet Stevenson and Anton Lesser)
The Contingency Plan by Steve Waters (Radio 3 drama with Joseph Kloska, David Bark-Jones and Stella Gonet)
Audio Online Projects

An online audio map of Worcestershire created in collaboration with 21 libraries, artists and communities across the county.

A collaboration with children’s writer and performer Ian Billings creating audio dramas from ideas developed with primary age school children.

An audio play made by adults on the autism spectrum in partnership with Open Theatre, Alternative Voices and Switch Community Radio.