Free Downloads of Adventure Radio Dramas

Here is an archive of all of the 'mystery' 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. Cop shows, mafia dramas, supernatural detectives and more find their way here...

Faction Paradox: As Much as It’s Known, an introduction by series author Lawrence Miles

[audio:http://media.libsyn.com/media/radiodramarevival/01_Scene_One.mp3] Audio track 1 from The Faction Paradox Protocols: The Eleven-Day Empire (the first episode of the first series) appears courtesy of Bill Baggs of BBV media, copyright 2001. Click the CD cover to go directly to the BBV website. [audio:http://media.libsyn.com/media/radiodramarevival/01_Chapter_One.mp3] Audio Track 1 from The True History of Faction Paradox: Coming to Dust (the […]

Episode 87: Sherlock Holmes Discovers “The Speckled Band”

We continue this week with the dastardly Sherlock Holmes tale, “The Speckled Band” performed by our friends at the Quicksilver Radio Theater.? Holmes and Watson are on the hunt of the mysterious killer behind deaths at a remote estate in the English countryside… but will they be in time to stop the next death? [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/radiodramarevival/www.radiodramarevival.com/podcasts/rdr-podcast087.mp3] […]

Episode 86: Quicksilver Radio Theatre and The Case of the Speckled Band

Oh, Holmes, strongman of logic, consumer of sensitive substances and eyes that make a hawk look blind… and an audio theater regular, much, unfortunately, to the abuse of the fine British detective. Forget all the hack-job Holmeses you’ve heard today as our friend at the Quicksilver Radio Theatre delight us again with the diabolical tale […]

Episode 25: NATF Recap; then, to Havencroft…

Ticks, coconuts and helicopters, oh my! In case you haven’t already gotten enough NATF coverage from this past week of entries, we start this week’s show with a quick recap, the sounds of the helicopter, and segueway oh-so-clumsily into a great show produced by Lucus Keppel, one of the great emerging audio producers I met […]