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When I first started, writing one single 10 minute radio play for the cornerHOUSE Surbiton‘s “Radio Shorts” competition, I had no idea it would turn into a regular, ongoing series, a kind of modern day comedic soap opera—without the soap.

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Episode 14 of Season 2 finds Helen on a train, returning home after spending a few days in Hampshire with a friend.  An elegant elderly lady asks to sit with her, and doesn't seem to know where she is going. Helen is not one to jump to obvious conclusions though."Am I Old Yet?" is a series of scripted scenes, short episodes in the life of Helen Docherty, aged 77. Written, produced and performed by Flloyd Kennedy, with guest appearances from various artists, the podcast depends upon the donations from generous listeners.  Please share with your friends, and you are also invited to rate and review in your favourite app, or by leaving a comment on the website https://am-I-old-yet.com.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/amIoldyet)
  1. Stranger on a Train
  2. Cafe Encounters
  3. Challenging Changes
  4. A Friend in Need
  5. Memory Tricks and Treats
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★★★★★ "Just what is old? You can’t help but love the lead character Helen as she tries to dodge the, “Are you alrights,” from her family and she searches for the true meaning of the word “Old”Flloyd is a master of timing and voices. Really enjoyable."

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★★★★★ "Clever tales in a unique woman's voice. Flloyd’s mini-dramas are refreshing, witty and cleanly done. Acerbic yet sweet, like a fresh lemonade."

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★★★★★ Very interesting. Nice stories and nice delivery.  Looking forward to more.  (Fun 1894, US)

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"I have just found this piece of genius. What a talented performer Flloyd is. Some versatile acting provides us with four different and equally believable characters and the piece is written with truth and pathos. Beautiful editing too, I recommend it. And Flloyd, old? Never!" Sarah Macdonald

“Absolutely wonderful, almost sounds as if it was written by a real writer.” Bill Cooke, (who is even more twisted than Flloyd).