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Edinburgh crime writer, Val Penny, interviews Paul Dodgson, writer, musician, teacher and radio producer.
Declaration of interest: I am proud that I count both Val and Paul as personal friends.
I am delighted that writer and musician, Paul Dodgson has found time in his busy schedule to chat to me today. Thank you so much for your time, Paul.
1 Please tell my readers a little about yourself?
I am a writer, musician, teacher and radio producer who has written nineteen plays and stories for BBC Radio 4, drama documentaries for BBC2 and Eastenders for BBC1, plus plays for young people and music and lyrics for five musicals including The Nutcracker at Theatre Royal Bath and Nuffield Southampton. After thirty years of regret and stage fright, I became a singer-songwriter in 2016, went out on the road not taken and wrote a book about the adventure that followed.
2 What inspired you to become a writer/author?
I remember my mum telling me I would be a writer and being resistant to her advice because I wanted to be a…
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