Brett Barnett is a writer best known as the creator of horror anthology podcast Quietly Yours. He has a background in film and was the co-creator, writer, and director of the comedy-drama series Shadazzle. He is based in the north of England and still refuses to ever rewatch the final three episodes of Game of Thrones.
As everything falls into place, there are a few mysteries yet to understand.
ORIGINAL AUDIO CAST RECORDING - PRODUCED 1 JUN 2020 PANDEMIC STORIES 3 - ANNIE Written by Andy Harris, Directed, edited and produced by Andy Harris (Changes to original scripted version made with the cast) CAST Annie - 80s - HANNAH STUDD Tom - 30s, Tina’s husband, Annie’s Grandson - BRETT BARNETT Tina - 30s, Tom’s wife - MORVEN ROBINSON Judy - Care Home Manager - FIONA GOULTY Luna - Care Worker - KAREN MACQUARRIE Jenny - Annie’s great Granddaughter, Tom and Tina’s daughter - LAURAN THOMAS Newsreader - male or female - KAREN MACQUARRIE Incidental Music (Almost New, Rising Tide and Clear Waters) by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ This is an original play, written by Andy Harris and set in May 2020. The UK is in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Annie lives in a care home and effectively is self-isolating as she is over 80 and potentially vulnerable, but alongside many others in the same position. She has one child a daughter in the USA and a grandson, Tom living fairly local. Annie is feeling very alone during the lockdown. The play was audio recorded using Zoom conferencing facilities and it's audio recording capabilities. There are some parts of the audio recording that are worse than others but this is understandable with the limitations of the internet connectivity and recording process. We ask your patience and understanding when listening. All actors were in their own homes, no get togethers at all except on-line. If you are interested further in Wombwell Thespians, please contact us through the website  https://wombwellthespians.org.uk If you are interested in the play, or wanting to talk to the author, please email andyharris@fastmail.co.uk
As fragments of memory return to him, he tries to piece together the puzzle. Who is the woman with the bandaged head?
Happy (late) Star Wars day and happy (early) Mother's Day! This week was almost a lost episode as we were scheduled to record just as the COVID-19 pandemic broke out and locked everything down, but thankfully we managed to reconnect and make the conversation happen, and I'm certainly glad we did. Harold and Maude may be a darker comedy, but it is certainly a movie worth seeing and talking about. Rafe is joined by Brett Barnett and the two talk about life, death, the old filmmaking adage of "show, don't tell" and a movie that breaks a of storytelling expectations.Follow Rafe on Twitter.Brett can be found on Twitter and runs the Quietly Yours podcast.Check out Rafe's recent appearances on other podcasts :First Annual NRQ Star Wars SpecialReel Rundown: The Line Up: Top 5 Pixar FilmsReel Rundown: Fresh Reel: OnwardDouble Edged Double Bill (Episode 91)Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.Send feedback to havenotseenthis@gmail.com.Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or using the RSS Feed.Be a future guest on the show by filling out the form at havenotseenthis.podbean.com.This week's independent podcast promo is for Cutting Class.
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Creator Details

Location
Sheffield, England, United Kingdom
Episode Count
32
Podcast Count
3
Total Airtime
12 hours, 51 minutes