Free Downloads of Other Radio Dramas

Here is an archive of all of the 'other' 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. We love 'other' - it includes things like holiday and romance programming, shows where there aren't enough for their own category, as well as stuff that REALLY defies description. Dig in, friend.

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 362 – Christmas Blizzards and Chanukah Miracles

This week a post-holiday treat from Playing on Air, a showcase for contemporary short plays produced for radio in New York City by a team of theater professionals. This episode consists of three short plays – The Blizzard, a mystery thriller, features Jesse Eisenberg as a snowed-in screenwriter facing unexpected guests. In The Miracle of Chanukah, a holiday […]

Episode 348 – Trying to Find Mother and Discovering a Paradox

This week we experience the offbeat audio musical Paradox, written by New York based filmmaker Jack Feldstein. Jack’s already well versed in the offbeat; his process of filmmaking consists of ‘neonizing’ live action or animation footage to create a whole new work, with funky, witty narratives. You have to see it to believe it. Now […]

Episode 329 – Bitten by the Serpent in the Bee-Loud Glade

This week we take a departure from our usual programming to enjoy a thoroughly different poetic experience in Roger Gregg’s album Serpent in the Bee Loud Glade. Derived from his short-run theatre experience “The Bee Loud Glade Cabaret,” the studio album takes original lyrics as well as classic poems and dramatizes them in a way […]

Episode 310 – Welcoming in the Mayan Llamageddon

The end of the world is nigh, and we’re going out with a bang with a mondo 90 minutes of audio theater madness celebrating the ‘leave nothing for tomorrow for there is no tomorrow’ fatalistic hopes of the likely to be uneventful Mayan Apocalypse. First up on our roster, a taste of Jazz Book on […]

Episode 309 – Dreaming of a Tropical Christmas in the Icebox

This week on the show we welcome back our friends at the Icebox Radio Theater with an original story by Mike Murphy, “I’m Dreaming of a Tropical Christmas.” It’s blazing hot on the North Pole, Blitzen is getting blitzed, Rudolph’s red-nosed and red faced and Santa Claus is slogging it out for the tourists trying […]

Captain Radio Reviews Jazz Book on Tape from Jason Samilski

Graphic – FunGraphix.com Theme music – Shane Lamb    Title: Jazz Book on Tape Writer/Director/Producer: Jason Samilski Type: Drama-Comedy Genre:  Social Satire Length: 20-minutes Rating: AD-PG13* (brief course language, possibly disturbing dystopian images) Availability: Free to listen at http://www.prx.org/pieces/71219-jazz-book-on-tape#description Producer’s Description: Jazz Book on Tape is a lucid, hyper-visual radio play featuring 10 voices, approaching dialogue and monologue scenes through a […]

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 294 – Slip Sliding with the Silver Tongued Devil

This week we wrap up a month featuring the works of Irish dramatist Roger Gregg with a piece off his collection Diabolic Playhouse, “The Silver Tongued Devil.” This saucy mockumentary tries to uncover a surprising Irish poetry sensation… while lampooning Irish culture, academia, mass hysteria, and maybe even a jab at poetry itself (aren’t all […]

Episode 286 – Dialed In from CONvergence 2012

This week we report from #CVG2012 where our own FinalRune Productions in tandem with good friends Aural Stage Studios pick up the Gold Ogle award for our last year’s Halloween show, Intensive Care.  Joining us are a group of friends including Jack and Robert from Wireless Theatre Company, Dieter Zimmerman from Protophonic, Jeffrey Gardner and […]

Episode 258: A Christmas Special that Overrules a Horrendous Plot

Photo by kevin dooley Yuletide greetings dramatites! We’re delighted to share with you a 2008 retelling of a treasure from the golden age of radio, Norman Corwin‘s “The Plot to Overthrow Christmas,” revamped for you by our good friend Richard Fish. This 35 minute romp of rhyming verse introduces us to Nero, violining in hell, […]