This is the second part of my interview with special guest Andrew Tidmarsh - theatre and film director, writer and teacher.

He has written a book on Narrative Structure in film and theatre (Genre - A Guide to Writing for Stage and Screen, Methuen), and another for actors - focusing on professional and business development (An Attitude for Acting, Nick Hern Books).

Andrew has worked as course director of RADA’s Foundation Course and Drama Centre London’s MA in European Classical Acting, and as an associate tutor on the MA in Playwriting at Goldsmiths, University of London.

In today’s episode, we talk about the antidote to the happiness and success narratives, one that can be found within the self-help narrative.

Listen to the episode below, on RTL Play, or subscribe on iTunes, or your favourite podcatcher.

Andrew Tidmarsh Pt.2 - The Self-Help Narrative