Friday Night from Hell (Audio)

Finally I’ve got the audio sorted!

Last year my poem ‘Friday Night from Hell’, was selected for inclusion on an ABC Radio National 360 program called City Nights. The program was produced by the fabulous Gretchen Miller and aired on September 5th. Actors were employed to recite the poems/short stories and the sound and music was designed to match the narrative. The result was a radio-phonic delight.

I have attached the audio file for my poem. They did a fantastic job and I was as proud as punch. The reason I am posting it now is that I have only just learned how to convert the file format to MP3 (so I can put it on my blog). The original blog post can be found if you follow this link .

This is what a night out in a big city of Australia sounds like (and I’m sure it sounds like that in a lot of other big cities all over the world). I much prefer when other people recite my poetry.

Here is my ‘Friday Night from Hell’:

Friday Night from Hell by Gabrielle Bryden

I have dedicated this poem to all the yobbos out there who should be locked up in their own homes on a friday night.

12 thoughts on “Friday Night from Hell (Audio)

  1. this is so great! you should be pleased, they really did do a fantastic job putting it together. it made me smile too, knowing it was written by you, and so powerful, that the gravely voice and sound effects really somehow take a bow to the creative writing. it is like u r behind the scenes directing a multimedia event-with very cool and very original results, bravo! encore encore!!!

  2. How good does it sound!!!! They did a fantastic job with your fantastic words.

    I am proud as punch of you too.

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