Captain Radio Explores AudioDrop Central

Graphic – FunGraphix.com Theme music – Shane Lamb Title: Captain Radio Explores AudioDrop Central Production Company: Angry Viking Productions Writer/Director/Producer: Eric Ericson Type: Drama, Comedy Genre:  Multiple — Sci-fi, Action, Suspense, Satire Length: 10-15 minute-long episodes Rating: AudioDrop™ Universe: AD-G thru AD-PG13; Velvet Curtain Series: AD-PG13 thru AD-R* Availability: Download from  http://audiodropcentral.com for $.89 per episode.   Greetings, Audionauts! Captain […]

Episode 306 – The Truth Puts Us in “Good Hands”

This week The Truth returns, the remarkable (in the fullest sense of that word) audio drama podcast that seeks to reinvent the format for 21st century aesthetics. The brainchild of producer, sound designer, and writer Jonathan Mitchell, The Truth is trying many different things, but what it’s best at is a wildly innovative approach to […]

Episode 305 – Wireless Theatre Company is the BBC

This week on the show we feature the work of Wireless Theatre Company, in their cheeky play about the drama behind radio drama creation We Are the BBC (and a nod out to its predecessor, We are Not the BBC). Rob Sterling Davies is on the crest of a wave: a celebrated scriptwriter, actor, TV […]

Episode 304 – Prison Stories from Chatterbox Audio Theater

We welcome back our friends at the Chatterbox Audio Theater, one of the gems of modern independent audio drama who shine on us from Memphis, Tennessee. In addition to retelling classics such as Master Zacharius, Argonautica, and other Greek Myths, Chatterbox has also re-imagined classics (Pinnochio and Dead and Gone) and bold originals such as […]

Episode 303 – Day of the Dead Returns to New Orleans

Six years later, we revisit the radio drama that started it all for us – the retelling of Orpheus and Eurydice set in New Orleans, Day of the Dead. We’ve touched up our first radio drama with some new sounds of New Orleans and what we could to polish the performances. Set in the Crescent […]

Episode 298 – The Handmaid Makes a Break for It

This week we wrap up our feature of John Dryden’s radio drama adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” produced for BBC Radio 4. In a world not so far in the future, the land of “Gilead” is ruled by the law of the Good Book and women’s rights are dramatically scaled back. One woman […]

Episode 297 – The Handmaid Takes Her Assignment

This week we feature the second installment of John Dryden’s radio drama adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” produced for BBC Radio 4. In a world not so far in the future, the land of “Gilead” is ruled by the law of the Good Book and women’s rights are dramatically scaled back. One woman […]

Episode 296 – The Handmaid Returns to Tell Her Tale

In a rare return to a previously played episode, this week on RDR we re-play the masterful Goldhawk adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, a story about a woman caught in a totalitarian society where fertile woman are used as surrogates to keep society going… Regardless of how they may feel about the deal. […]

Episode 293 – At Last, the Final Stalemate

This week on the show we finish our summer sizzler – INFIDEL – the lush, medieval epic with a message for our times, penned by the great Roger Gregg of Crazy Dog Audio Theatre. In Part 4 of 4, we are moved to “Stalemate,” where the Christian knight and Muslim “Infidel” cross enemy (or friendly?) […]

Episode 291 – The Knights of “Infidel” Advance

This week on the show we feature our summer sizzler – INFIDEL – the lush, medieval epic with a message for our times, penned by the great Roger Gregg of Crazy Dog Audio Theatre. INFIDEL is the story of two brothers – Sir Hugh of Beauvais and Sir Philip of Beauvais – who are drawn […]

Episode 290 – Unleashing Roger Gregg’s “Infidel”

This week on the show we feature our summer sizzler – INFIDEL – the lush, medieval epic with a message for our times, penned by the great Roger Gregg of Crazy Dog Audio Theatre. INFIDEL is the story of two brothers – Sir Hugh of Beauvais and Sir Philip of Beauvais – who are drawn […]