Mabel

     Anna Limon is a live-in carer for Sally.

     The job is great. Living in one of those huge old houses you always dream of owning, with more rooms than you can count, and lovely large gardens, complete with tree swing. The kind of house you always see on chocolate boxes.

     A box of Christmas decorations from the attic turns out to be a lot more than it should have been, prompting a lot of questions.

     Questions that are left upon an answer machine, unanswered.

     The answer machine belongs to Mabel, the estranged granddaughter of Sally. Why is she not answering her messages? Is she away on holiday? Is she ill, in hospital? Or is she there, on the other end of the line? Listening…but not answering?

     Mabel is an amazing atmospheric ride, told through a slowly unfolding story of telephone calls, that puts me in mind of ‘Alice Isn’t Dead’, and if you like that show, you will absolutely love this!


     You can find Mabel at all the usual haunts like iTunes, and Stitcher, or you can visit Mabel at the website.

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     Why not check out some more great shows by clicking on the picture links below.



     Would you like to get inside the minds of the wonderful people that create our favourite shows? Why not check out my interview series ‘Behind the Mic’!

     Have you ever wondered about the history of audio drama? I have just started a series of posts covering just that! Just click on the picture link below to be transported back to the end of the 19th Century.

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