Neil Gaiman Doesn't Need Film, He Has Radio

Continuing, and concluding, the Neil Gaiman theme for the day, the BBC has released several clips and bits of the author, and the stars, talking about their forthcoming Radio4 production of Neverwhere. The "trailer" is 38 seconds, and not a bit helpful, so I've favoured Gaiman talking about how he developed the idea, which became the series, which became the novel, which is now the radio play. And because the clips autoplay, I've only included one, and I highly recommend heading over to the BBC and listening to the rest.

If the radio play was else then Gaiman just discussing this sort of background stuff, I'd still listen, and it would still be brilliant.

The series begins in earnest on 16 March.

Via Radio4.
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