Robert Jackman

Why haven’t podcasts cracked the recipe for audio drama?

The only one I’ve found that comes close to matching the quality of BBC radio is a strange number called Imagined Life

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, subject of one of the most successful audio dramas around, and Chris Jericho in 1999. Image: John Barrett / Photolink / Mediapunch / Shutterstock

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