The BBC recorded me at home over the phone. I used my ComPilot connected to my laptop to listen to the studio questions. A bureau journalist recorded my replies.
“I like being part computer, it feels good, and this liminal state, this transitional period from deaf to hearing, is an adventure.”
Read more on this new website featuring my personal and journalistic accounts of recent months.
Life took an unexpected turn recently. Read the Femail article online here.
My amazing sister Cathy, is director of Bloomsbury Festival. The six day FREE arts extravaganza runs from 15 until 20 October in London WC1. Check out the action packed events calender or join the mailing list.
Over six days 200 free events will showcase an eclectic programme of pioneering art, music, dance and literature, while also giving a voice and new skills to diverse young, older and disabled people.
Bloomsbury Festival is a charity, find out how you can donate by clicking here
My radio 4 sitcom Absolutely Delish: Grazing (starring Sally Phillips) is now available on iTunes.
Here’s the sixth epsiode of Deaf Faker.
Charlotte Loud tries to seduce a Deaf actor via sign language.
Not seen previous epsiodes? Catch up here
Credits: Written and performed by Sophie Woolley, directed and produced by Caroline O’ Neill and Mark Williams and starring Matthew Gurney as himself.
I play ‘Ellen’ in a BBC Radio 3 play by Amanda Dalton, which airs on Sunday 28 October. Not so much a vampire victim really, more of a heroine in Dalton’s wonderful interpretation of classic film, Nosferatu. The adaptation is called The Midnight Cry of the Deathbird. Here’s the listening link and blurb.