Climbing The Racial Mountain

In this second episode in the series, our hosts are joined by one of the country's leading dramatists Roy Williams OBE FRSL

Roy Williams began writing plays in 1990 and is now arguably one of the country’s leading dramatists. In 2000 he was the joint-winner of The George Devine Award and in 2001 he was awarded the Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright. He was awarded an OBE for Services to Drama in the 2008 Birthday Honours List and was made a fellow of The Royal Society of Literature in 2018. 

"If you're a writer, it's because you don't know how not to be one. And I think that's the best thing about me, because I don't know how not to be a writer."

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