Robert Glenister & Celia de Wolff

Celia de Wolff has produced radio drama both in-house for the BBC and as a freelancer for the past 25 years.

Her most recent work for Radio includes Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan series of novels dramatised by Timberlake Wertenbaker and Eugene O’Neil’s Long Day’s Journey into Night. She was responsible for Radio 4’s all day broadcast of War and Peace on New Year’s Day 2015 which was described as the radio event of the year by Radio Times. It was dramatised by Timberlake Wertenbaker and starred John Hurt and Simon Russell Beale.

Celia produced a large proportion of the children’s audio books for Cover to Cover Cassettes and HNP Ltd including her award-winning recordings of J K Rowling’s  Harry Potter books read by Stephen Fry.

Her future work includes Proust’s ‘A La Recheche du Temps Perdu’ in 11 hours and Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona and Two Noble Kinsmen for Radio 3.

Celia says of joining Link Age Southwark as an Ambassador, “I am delighted and honoured to become an ambassador for Link Age Southwark. My step father currently has early stage dementia so I am spending a lot of time supporting him and my mother. As you can imagine the work Link Age does is an area I am very passionate about