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Ghosted

Tinniswood Award for Best Audio Drama Script

BBC Audio Drama Awards 2024 (Nominee)

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Ghosted

5-Episode Miniseries

Perched on a rain-battered cliff edge is a former lighthouse; now a charming, boutique hotel. Owner and sole occupant Beth has spent months renovating, absorbing its essence into her bones, preparing for her first guest to arrive.

But when they do, to Beth's horror, it is a figure from a past she has tried to forget. Keira. Face-to-face for the first time in years, the pair must reckon with old mistakes, old grievances.

And something else, besides.

Because the lighthouse has a past too.

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Anthology Stories

Madame Magenta introduces chilling stories of hauntings, cryptids, metamorphoses, magic and more, brought to life with swirls of sound and music.

Cast & Crew

Ghosted - Creative Team

Written & Directed by

Lindsay Sharman

Music, Sound Design & Editing by

Laurence Owen

Artwork by

Laurence Owen

Ghosted - Cast

Beth Eyre - Beth

Lucy Roslyn - Keira

Tessa Hatts - Merta

Laurence Owen - Wes

Lindsay Sharman - Theresa

Hayley Evenett - ...

Anthology Stories

The Yellow Necktie - written and performed by Mason Ball

The Woodwose - written by Lindsay Sharman, performed by Laurence Owen

Little Boxes - written by Lindsay Sharman, performed by Lindsay Sharman and Laurence Owen

Alexander Frador - written and performed by Suzanne Andrade

The House Is Not Haunted - written and performed by Mason Ball

The Paper Witch - written by Shaun Baines, performed by Beth Eyre

Douglas Speaking - written by Lindsay Sharman, performed by Laurence Owen

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