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Bad Girls and Susan in The Cast

First Published 17 April 2008, Last Updated 18 April 2008

The new edition of The Cast, Official London Theatre's fortnightly podcast, takes a closer look at London shows adapted from film and television. We get locked up with the naughty ladies from Bad Girls The Musical, Nicole Faraday and Sally Dexter, and chat to Kelly Price who steps back into the 80s for Blondie musical Desperately Seeking Susan. Presenter Matthew Amer is joined in the studio by Time Out Theatre Editor Jane Edwardes to chat about all things adaptation.

There is also a look at the hottest new shows opening in London over the coming weeks, from listings specialist Hayley Radford.

The Cast is the latest way to dip your toe into London's theatrical pond, and can be enjoyed on your computer or downloaded to a handy MP3 player so that you can enjoy it on the commute, while you are sheltering from the rain or anywhere at all really!

There are three ways to access The Cast. You can download the MP3 file: just right click on the previous link and select Save As. You can also subscribe to The Cast on iTunes: Select "advanced" then "subscribe to podcast" from the drop-down menu. Enter the following link in the text box: $!defaultHost/site/mp3/2006/pod/feed.xml
or simply click on this link: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=261047512

By subscribing via iTunes, each new edition of The Cast will automatically be downloaded to your MP3 player. It couldn't be easier.

We would love to know what you think of this new way of sharing our enjoyment of London theatre, so please have a listen to The Cast and let us know by emailing editorial@officiallondontheatre.co.uk



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