Episode 446 – Fred Greenhalgh and “The Dark Tome”

Host emeritus Fred Greenhalgh is back to try out the sofa and tell us about his new podcast, “The Dark Tome.” What if there was a book that literally opened up doorways to other worlds? Where would it lead, and could you handle what you found on the other side? Cassie, a wayward teen, is […]

Episode 425 – Thankful for The Cleansed

Our little hiatus is over, and it is over with a BANG! We welcome back THE CLEANSED, the epic apocalyptic saga by our own FinalRune Productions. Borderton has fallen, and in the ashes Marc, Maria, Luke, and the scientist Abraham all struggle to survive. In this waking nightmare, Luke is plagued by haunting dreams – […]

Episode 395 – Experienced The Cleansed’s “Breaking”

The energy grid goes day – and stays down. Food grows scarce. Martial law is instated. And then things get really bad. Get ready to jump on the roller-coaster that is “The Cleansed,” in a re-play of the kickoff to our post-apocalyptic saga crafted for you back in 2010. Season 3 of The Cleansed is […]

Episode 391 – A Return to “Hungry Hollow”

This week, we feature an appetizer of location horror followed by a full-on meal, the former by our own FinalRune Productions and the latter by John Ballentine’s Campfire Radio Theater. Earlier this year, host Fred Greenhalgh was invited to participate in the founding a new kind of way to get kids to interact with the […]

Episode 390 – Inviting You on a Journey With Strange Bedfellows

LOYAL RADIO DRAMA REVIVAL LISTENERS!!! You’ve done it, in about a week’s time you’ve raised $1,000 and saved us from oblivion. This latest episode announcement finds you from the other side of a much-needed (and somewhat traumatic) hosting transition. We are now running squeaky-fast on Dreamhost’s Dreampress service and hosting our media from Blubrry. Stuff […]

Episode 389 – Returning to Three Skeleton Key

MAJOR DEAL!!! Radio Drama Revival is in dire need of funding / moral support if we are going to continue running. Please, donate now to keep us from going dark at the end of October, 2014. Double-feature of the 2009 FinalRune Productions adaptations of the classic OTR tales, “Three Skeleton Key” and “Sorry, Wrong Number.” […]

Episode 381 – Descending the River with The Cleansed

This week we re-play “The River,” an episode from The Cleansed: Season 2, which was recently shortlisted in the Radio Romania Grand Prix Nova. We didn’t make it to Romania, but our friends with The Wireless Audio Theatre (also shortlisted, for their splendid Season 2 of the Springheel’d Jack saga) and they even lived to […]

Episode 377 – FinalRune Productions Redux

This week, a redux of two 2007-era shows from FinalRune Productions: Fall of the Hero Sir Grace was the most valiant of all knights, decked in glorious armor that glowed in the sun and a record of dragon-slaying and maiden saving on par with none. But a battle with a renowned wizard with ambiguous ambitions […]

Episode 369 – A Trip to Lesotho, and a Troll of Stony Brook

While Fred is back in the U.S. of A, he’s spiritually still in Lesotho, so he shares a few more sounds, memories, and a killer interview he got with a local band while in the “Magic Mountain Kingdom.” The band Sotho Sounds consists of local herdsboys who grew up tending cattle, sheep, and goats, and […]

Episode 365 – A War on Poverty and Waiting for A Window

Our recap/celebration series continues, this time with Fred grabbing the mic to do his own blatant self-promotion… First, the 2010 satirical “War on Poverty” lampooning American geo-politics and media, followed up by the 2008 Gold Ogle Winning “Waiting for a Window.” An unexpected storm throws Norman D. Waits off his course to… somewhere. The island […]

Episode 358 – Riding the River and Cleansed

Week 3 of our focus on The Cleansed; this week we have back-to-back episodes from Season 2 of The Cleansed which is now available for pre-order through Blackstone Audiobooks. Season two of this postapocalyptic saga opens with a motley band of heroes traveling down a treacherous river—but nature is only the beginning of the challenges […]