The best radio shows sound spontaneous, engaging, and interesting. This is made possible through hard work, show prep, and natural talent. But it’s also a product of rich characters built with unique, distinct character types that play off of one another, often resulting in a Dick, Dork, and Dear model.

This article explains how radio shows are constructed using a Radio In 3D approach. Including:

  • How to Cast Dick, Dork, and Dear.
  • Explanation of each character trait and role.
  • How to create friction between characters.
  • Examples of great teams cast in 3D.

Casting The Dick, Dork, and Dear


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