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Nomination for Best Actor in an Audio Drama
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We're delighted to announce that James D'Arcy is in the shortlist of nominees for the 2018 BBC Audio Drama Awards!
Established in 2012, the BBC Audio Drama Awards celebrates the range, originality and quality of audio drama on air and online and gives recognition to the creativity of actors, writers, producesrs, sound designers working in this format.
The 2018 shortlist has been revealed and James has been named in the category of "Best Actor in an Audio Drama" for his performance of the poet, Edward Thomas in The Dark Earth and the Light Sky.
Best Actor in an Audio Drama
James D’Arcy, The Dark Earth and the Light Sky
Paapa Essiedu, Wide Open Spaces
John Hurt, The Invisible Man, Chapter 1
Adam Nagaitis, The Archivist
Nikesh Patel, Midnight’s Children
Joe Sims, Oliver Park: The Easter Riot
Based on Nick Dear's Alameida stage play, directed by Celia de Wolff and produced by Pier Productions, The Dark Earth and the Light Sky was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 08 April 2017. Program Info
A moving account of the years leading up to the death of the poet, Edward Thomas.
Nick Dear's play explores Thomas' relationships with the American poet, Robert Frost, who became his mentor and close friend, and British author and poet, Eleanor Farjeon, with whom he shared a mutual adoration.
Listeners also journey into his somewhat uneasy marriage with Helen Thomas who suffered at the hands of both these relationships, as well as having to suffer the effects of Thomas' regular bouts of grim depression. Listeners eventually discover that Thomas' great passion for nature and the countryside was the real reason for him signing up to go to war - his overwhelming need to protect The Dark Earth and The Light Sky.
The finalists will be announced on Thursday 04 January, 2018, and the winners at a ceremony in the Radio Theatre at BBC Broadcasting House, London on Sunday 28 January 2018 evening.
To see the names of nominees in all categories in the 2018 Shortlist, go to BBC Radio 4 Website.
Our warmest congratulations and wishing the very best of luck to our James!!!