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Interview With Esfandiar Ahmadi- BBC-Radio4

Interview with Esfandiar Ahmadi for Radio 4 – by Rachel Shelly BBc-Radio 4

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I was born tomorrow

Today I live

Yesterday killed me

Parviz Owsia –Iranian Writer

Esfandiar was involved in the Memorial Bench of his best friend “Parviz Owsia” an Iranian writer who died in 16 Feb1993. The following poem   is the Written on the Memorial Bench of Parviz Owsia in Hampstead Heath (bottom of the Parliament Hill toward Mixed Bathing Pond. This poems inspired many writers and poets and play writers. Esfandiar explore more of his life and his poetry. The list of people who have been interviewed all inspired by this bench and the poem are included the bestseller writer and prize winner

1-  S J Watson (Before I go to sleep)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Before_I_Go_to_Sleep

·         Winner of the 2011 Crime Writer's Association John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger[10]

·         Winner of the Galaxy National UK Thriller & Crime Novel of the Year, 2011[11]

·         Winner of the Dutch Crimezone Debut of the Year, 2012[12]

·         Winner of the French SNCF Prix du Polar prize for best Crime Novel, 2012[13]

·         Winner of the Crimefest Audible Sounds of Crime Award for Best Unabridged Audiobook, 2012 (read by Susannah Harker)[14]

 

 

2-  the poet Benjamin Zaphaniah- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Zephaniah

 

http://www.thebespokefilmcompany.com/broadcast_splash.html

 

3- and the Play writer Susan Jane Harrisons

Based on Shahnameh (The kings letters) Persian Epic written by the Poet Fordosi and the story of

 

Cúchulainn kills his son (An Irish a legend story)

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%C3%BA_Chulainn

http://susanjaneharrison.com/

 

Aplay directed by Delyth Jones

 http://www.s4c.cymru/cwcw/e_delyth-jones.shtml

 

Start 23 Jun 2016 (RADA Festival) RADA GBS Theatre Malet St. WC1E

 Interviewed by : Rachel Shelly  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Shelley

 

 

 

 

 

I was born tomorrow

Today I live

Yesterday killed me

Parviz Owsia –Iranian Writer

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