Part 1 of 4 This week we celebrate the fine majestic adventures of Meatball Fulton’s ZBS Foundation, whose comic and cosmic adventures have been delighting listeners since the early 70s. We’ve interviewed Tom Lopez before and this week have permission to play his 4-part radio serial The Land of Enchantment. Mojo takes a job playing […]
Free Downloads of Fantasy Radio Dramas
Here is an archive of all of the 'fantasy' themed radio drama shows we have played over the years. All episodes are free to download, however if you like it we hope you'll explore more shows by the artist and support them.
This week, in a sorta-kinda-oddly-tribute to the start of the “Great War” we feature the oddball saga “1918” by our friends at Aural Stage Studios. Premise: It is 1918 and aliens have crash landed on the planet. At the climax of World War I, Central Power and Allied scientists are racing to find uses for […]
Part 2 of 2 When Karl (PG Lorusso) gives up his appointed quest to chase after the Muffin Girl (Carolyn Lansom) from the local coffee shop, three prophets, Zoe (Sophia Howes), Morgan (Daniel Mink), and Destin (G. Anton Moore) team up with a six-foot silverfish named Bob (Jerry Hudson) and find themselves on a real […]
Part 1 of 2 When Karl (PG Lorusso) gives up his appointed quest to chase after the Muffin Girl (Carolyn Lansom) from the local coffee shop, three prophets, Zoe (Sophia Howes), Morgan (Daniel Mink), and Destin (G. Anton Moore) team up with a six-foot silverfish named Bob (Jerry Hudson) and find themselves on a real […]
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 […]
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 […]
Regular host Fred Greenhalgh stumbles out of the woods of Maine to thank Sibby Wieland and to get cranking on an exclusive interview with Producer Dirk Maggs about the digital download release of the phenomenal audio adaptation of Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman. In between gushing extravagantly about the new show, we talk to Dirk about […]
Episode 344 – Kaboom! Supernatural noir with Harry Strange, and Stan Freberg’s tale of breaking into Hollywood
Harry Strange is a noir detective of a different stripe – solving supernatural crimes. Weird frequencies come to a head with “Kaboom!”, an episode from that podcast’s second season. Then, we tune into a fun interview segment from “Stu’s Show,” originally broadcast as a live interview with audio legend Stan Freberg, who describes how he […]
This week we spotlight the evocative audio drama of writer, director, and filmmaker Kristin Cato. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Cato is a experienced filmmaker, whose shorts have been seen at U.S. and overseas film festivals. She has also worked on the stage, both behind the scenes as a director, and in arts […]
This week we follow the adventures of Alice in Wonderland, a full cast Voices in the Wind production which features a new original song, “My Garden Back at Home”. Georgia Lee Schultz stars as Alice; Barbara Rosenblat is featured as the Queen. Sibby Wieland from Sound Stages Radio and Noir Dame Productions guest hosts.
This week we celebrate the Audie-award win (Audio Drama category) of Swordspoint, written by Ellen Kushner and produced by SueMedia Productions. Swordspoint is a tale of derring-do in the city of Riverside, where men live and die by the sword. We spoke with Ellen and Sue back in December about adapting Swordspoint as an illuminated […]