The award for radio drama went to Andrew Moodie, Greg Nelson, Adam Pettle and Jason Sherman for episode 4 of Afghanada, an original radio play on CBC Radio One giving a soldier’s eye view of the.

Fridays at 3:30 a.m. and Sundays at 11:30 p.m. ET. Created by Greg Nelson, Adam Pettle, Andrew Moodie and Jason Sherman. Afghanada gives us a grunts-eye perspective of the war in Afghanistan. 3 -1.

Afghanada DocumentaryPlayME Podcast’s New Play – Hannah Moscovitch’s Thought-Provoking What A Young Wife Ought To Know – Available Now – Hannah Moscovitch is no stranger to audio fiction; she was a writer for CBC Radio’s Afghanada. Moscovitch is an internationally acclaimed playwright whose work has been produced across Canada as well.

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Series co-creator Jason Sherman returns to Afghanada with an intense trilogy of episodes. Private Chuck Manson is assigned to work with a unit of American soldiers fighting in the Korengal Valley in.

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The Trotsky, Afghanada and Less Than Kind were among the films and TV and radio shows whose writers were honoured Monday with Writer’s Guild of Canada screenwriting awards. The 14th annual ceremony.

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“I love him stupidly,” she confesses. “He makes me laugh.” Along with writing award-winning plays, Moscovitch has written for television and the CBC Radio drama Afghanada. She’s currently working on a.

On the way home, Campbell offers Pat the opportunity to return to Afghanada for further special operations missions. Radio One Thursdays at 11:30 a.m. (3:30 p.m. NT) and 11 p.m. (11:30 p.m. NT) Sirius.