PODCAST EP.26 – SALLY WAINWRIGHT

Podcast 26 features a conversation with Sally Wainwright, a writer of TV dramas and theatre plays.

We met on 28th June 2016 at London’s Twickenham Studios where Sally took a break from editing her latest project To Walk Invisible, a one off drama that she wrote and directed about fellow West Yorkshire writers, Charlotte and Emily Bronte.

We spoke about writing good characters, comedy and Happy Valley amongst other things. The conversation contains some vague spoilers for Series 1 of Happy Valley.

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Adam Buxton

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4 Comments

  • Morning Mr Buckles,

    I just wanted to thank you for keeping me entertained in the small hours while I feed and generally entertain my 11 week old son, Bill. I’ve been meaning to listen to your podcasts for months but never quite got round to it so it’s very thoughtful that Bill is giving me this extra time at night to tune in. I’ve just come to the end of them now though, I’m now going to work my way through some of the podcasts you/your guests have recommended, Marc Maron appears to have about a million so that should keep me going until Bill is well into his teens.

    It’s been really lovely to listen to you ramble, I’ve enjoyed them a lot.

    Love you, BYEEEE Sarah xx

    P.S. I love the jingles, you can never have too many I reckon, jingle bells, jingle bells…..

    Comment by Sarah Parsons — August 16, 2016 @ 1:52 am

  • Enjoy listening to these podcasts a lot

    Feel slightly bad that I’m getting them for free – surely you can make something out of them.

    If I ever see you wandering the streets of Norwich I shall slip you a brown enve)lope (tho not in an unpleasant way

    Neil

    Comment by Neil Morrel — August 19, 2016 @ 2:50 pm

  • I love the fact you can’t help yourself saying “my wife!”, even in the middle of a fairly straight conversation. Always makes me chuckle…

    Comment by Mike — November 8, 2016 @ 3:16 pm

  • “My wife” makes me giggle snort. Especially when the conversation seems to be more poignant. Like a nervous tick. Whenever anyone casually says it in natural conversation, I hear you, and have to say it out loud for them. And then have to describe the background and origin story, in intricate detail, of it.

    Comment by Emily — February 9, 2017 @ 1:46 pm

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