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Chapter 13: Character Development
A story cannot exist without characters to carry out the actions of the plot. Each plot in a radio serial drama, including the main plot and each subplot, has its own action, dramatic conflict, and climax, and its own set of characters. Choosing these characters is a challenging task in Entertainment–Education drama, because they must be both entertaining and well suited to the demonstration and delivery of the message to the chosen audience.
The detailed creation of characters for a serial begins as the plots start to take shape and depends on a thorough understanding of the writer's ...