The iron Throne star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and The Walking Deadby David Morrissey have united for an all-new audio crime drama.
The actors lend their vocal talents to the new ten-part Audible Original Radiomanwhich follows ex-radio DJ Chas Vincent-Jones (Coster-Waldau) and DCI Ian Whittaker (Morrissey) as they embark on a vigilante mission to solve local crime.
The pair use their podcast as their main tool in the fictional town of Tanford, Yorkshire, as Chas endures betrayal, deception, mounting pressure to solve murders and goes viral on social media.
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The series is inspired by the true story of Dimiter Kenarov, who recalled his own report about a serial killer in the article “Mask of Sanity”.
“Radioman challenges listeners to examine their own biases, explores how betrayal can tear family and friendships apart, and asks: do you really know someone?” adds a description of the series.
Divian Ladwa (Ant-Man and the Wasp), Cathy Tyson (mona-lisa) and George Georgiou (The iron Thronelisten)) also starred in the series.
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The series reunites Coster-Waldau with Against the ice co-writer Joe Derrick, who wrote the series, as well as Frank Spotnitz (X files) and Emily Feller (Leonardo) acting as creative lead.
Coster-Waldau said: “Based on a real incident, it’s a story of our time, of our time”, adding: “I played a little bit for my daughter and told her to close her eyes. She has loved it and said, ‘I just wanted to open my eyes and see it.'”
The actor played the role of Jaime Lannister in The iron Throneand recently signed on for another role opposite Jennifer Garner on Apple TV+ The last thing he said to me.
Radioman is available to listen now on Audible.
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