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Monday, June 13, 2011

Larry Goes Lunderground Podcast

If you have a spare 10 minutes or so, you might like this podcast, put together by a class of autistic children and their teacher.
Larry Goes Lunderground is a Gaiman-esque fantasy of what happens when a person is "sneezed into the London Underground map".

Larry goes Lunderground

The podcast was invented and performed by students from the Tydeman Centre for speech, language and autism at . Jonathan Beevis one of the students who performed in the play said: "Being in Unit Radio is like a little job for me. It gives me a chance to sound off my voice to an audience. The best thing I enjoy is doing the recordings and the comments of comedy. It's fun and I like working with the other co-stars. It makes me feel more popular, more confident and makes me feel good."

Thanks to Giles Whitehead, the teacher who leads the project, for sending this in.  You can find out more about the project and listen to other podcasts at Unit Radio.

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