Episode 408 – A Tryst with the Digital Nymph

Eek!  Gasp!  The final Mark Time Radio Show by Great Northern Audio Theater! Well, at least they go out with a bang.  David Ossman of the Firesign Theatre returns one last time to the live raucous stage to play Cyber Bob, in Cyber Bob and the Digital Nymph.  Bob leaves his position as cart-wrangler at […]

Episode 407 – A Hadronic Adventure with the Gospel Hour

Life is all well and good until the multiverse gets torn asunder. Whoops. Dr. “Oppenheimer” Valdini (Wentworth) has torn a rift in the fabric of the multiverse, and is trapped outside of spacetime in his sentient lab A.S.H. LE (Lisa McQuilkin), with maintenance man Cyrus (Michael Atkinson). Desperate for help and companionship, Oppenheimer kidnaps Mike […]

Episode 406 – Finding Bodies in the Basement

In the dry days of the temperance movement, some of the more savvy entrepreneurs found great opportunity in selling illegal booze. With sleazy underground operations, come sleazy underground politicians – most of whom are not welcome. Classic noir style tells this tale through the eyes of a hapless bouncer. We hear the saucy tale of […]

Episode 405 – Embarking on a “Stiff” Investigation

This week we have the delicious irreverant, lewd, scandalous and downright HILARIOUS antics of a detective who really puts the ‘hard’ in hard-boiled. Enter: Stiff Investigations, a live radio drama series which twists the OTR detective and makes it fresh for a new age. In this episode, Jack and Venus visit the Vixen Family mansion […]

Episode 404 – Stuck in the “Lost Elevator”

Claustrophobics beware!  This week we play Northern Lights Radio Theater’s production of “The Lost Elevator,” – set in 1930′s New York, an express elevator suddenly becomes inexplicably stuck between floors in the high rise Robinson Building. Inside the car, an assortment of people are left stranded and each reacts to the situation differently. Written by […]

Episode 403 – The Weather Looks Grim Up North

In case you thought that getting several feet of snow dumped on you was bad, we remind you that the plight of the Roman soldier in AD126 was way, way worse. This cheeky tale, “It’s Grim Up North,” is a historic radio sitcom about the plight of Rome’s men manning Hadrian’s Wall, specifically, life at […]

Episode 402 – Gareth Stack’s “Choices”

Some fantastic radio comedy from the Emerald Isle this week! Gareth Stack, founder of “Dead Medium” productions, based in Dublin, tells the story of Ainesh, an under confident, over intellectual Indian-Irish twenty something. Ainesh has always been a victim of circumstance; working jobs he didn’t enjoy and failing to live up to his potential. Now, […]

Episode 400 – A Christmas Carol by Voices in the Wind

This week we feature the work of Voices in the Wind, a group based out of Toronto, CA who are producing their own original material as well as classics, such as we’ll hear today, “A Christmas Carol.” You know the drill, Ebeneezer Scrooge is a jerk and his life is transformed by a bunch of […]

Episode 399 – Happy Exclusion Day!

This week the Hartlife Company – all the life you’ll ever need – is proud to present Tales from Our Fair City in their annual EXCLUSION DAY special. A charming story of survivors, obedience, and a happy man wearing red.  Featuring both their 2011 special as well as a more recent live performance from Chicago, […]

Episode 398 – It’s A Wonderful Life, Live!

This week we thoroughly embrace the holidays with the RG Productions rendition of “It’s A Wonderful Life,” the beloved American holiday classic, based on the Lux Radio adaptation from 1947. This story of idealism and reflection was produced live as part of the “Retro Radio Holiday Revue,” an event that Nita Hunter’s troupe has made […]

Episode 397 – FIXED – Searching for “The Truth” with a Cold Read and Mirror Lake

This week is PACKED!  We announce our new submissions editors, Matthew and Monique Boudreau of Aural Stage Studios, play an excerpt from Matt McLean’s excellent Audio Drama Production podcast, and then dig in for a big helping of the ‘films without visuals’ – The Truth. First up is “Cold Read,” a psychic pulls off a […]