Good piece in the Guardian on radio drama, The best plays you've never seen. On the rapid turnaround... "This goes on day after day, week after week, in a range of styles that leaves television's one-track realism far behind". And Thorpe is right to complain that reviews often treat radio plays like blacked-out stage plays, although I wish he'd said more -- I'd be happy to read another article by him detailing what sort of language the medium actually deserves.