It seems particularly cruel that the Easter weather was fantastic. For so many people this was bitter-sweet as they were unable to get out in it, or to share it with family and friends. There's virtually nothing that can compensate for that, but maybe some free entertainment can go a little way.
I had the great pleasure and surprise of discovering my stage play, Antarctica, which was recorded by The Playhouse Theatre in Northampton last year, has been uploaded to Facebook, so if you go to my page or to the theatre's page you can listen to it free. In fact, my play is only one of several you'll find on the theatre's page.
When Antarctica was performed last year, I was away, so this is the first time I've heard it performed. What a thrill! As it was written for the stage, I was a little apprehensive that it wouldn't make sense without being adapted for audio, but I was impressed with how professional it sounded. Everyone involved has done me proud, and my thanks go to you all–Philip Welsh, Stewart Magrath, Liz Allan and Barry Dougall, and to Ron who first put the play forward for consideration.
Another audio play of mine, Wingbeats, is still available free along with the other winners of the Midnight Audio Theatre contest–No Man's Land by K. G. Kline and The Wild Hunt by Jim McDoniel–at Plus, my prizewinning story in the 2019 Remastered Words contest, 'The Enchantress's Pets', and the other winners are at
They say the pictures are better on radio, and listening will give overworked screen-eyes a rest. However you fill your days at the moment, I hope you find something positive and ways to enjoy yourself. 
Stay safe.