All RDR Podcasts by Date

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Episode 394 - Sifting Through the Ashes of "Dead London"

This week's radio drama podcast features the two winners of 2013's War of the Worlds 75th anniversary radio drama contest (sponsored by Izotope) Watch England be annihilated in "Dead London" by the brilliant minds of the Wireless Theatre Company, ...

Categories: HartLife NFP, Podcast, Science Fiction, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 393 - Experiencing the Aftermath

For the liberal tribe in America, the elections of this last week may have looked like the End of the World.  We are taking our time to disavow them of this notion.  Only the end of the world, is the end of the world. So starts the next month-...

Categories: Podcast, Science Fiction, YAP Audio Production


Episode 392 - Returning to the Clanking Buoy Bell

This week we dig into the archives to re-play the Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater Classic New England Ghost Story "The Buoy" A beautiful post of how this production was recorded is available at: http://www.ccrmt.com/the-buoy-2/ This is an utter...

Categories: Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater, Horror, Podcast


Episode 391 - A Return to "Hungry Hollow"

Audio dramatist Fred Greenhalgh with Biddeford High School students in the recording of "Vampire at the Vernal Pool" recorded as a pilot project with the Saco Bay Center for Civic Engageme...

Categories: Campfire Radio Theater, FinalRune, Horror, Podcast


Episode 390 - Inviting You on a Journey With Strange Bedfellows

LOYAL RADIO DRAMA REVIVAL LISTENERS!!! You've done it, in about a week's time you've raised $1,000 and saved us from oblivion. This latest episode announcement finds you from the other side of a much-needed (and somewhat traumatic) hosting trans...

Categories: Classics, FinalRune, Horror, Podcast


Episode 389 - Returning to Three Skeleton Key

MAJOR DEAL!!! Radio Drama Revival is in dire need of funding / moral support if we are going to continue running. Please, donate now to keep us from going dark at the end of October, 2014. Double-featured of the 2009 FinalRune Productions adaptat...

Categories: Classics, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 388 - Land of Enchantment 4 of 4

Part 4 of 4 This week we conclude our four week run of the New Mexican adventure The Land of Enchantment, featuring Mojo Sam the Hoodoo man as he explores the magic and mystery of America's Southwest. Meatball Fulton's ZBS Foundation has been pro...

Categories: Adventure, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 387 - Land of Enchantment 3 of 4

Part 3 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 permissi...

Categories: Adventure, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 386 - Land of Enchantment 2 of 4

Part 2 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 permissi...

Categories: Adventure, Podcast, Radio Drama, ZBS


Episode 385 - Traveling with ZBS to the Land of Enchantment

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 permissi...

Categories: Fantasy, Jack Flanders, Podcast, Tom Lopez, ZBS


Episode 384 - Traveling Back to 1918

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, Centr...

Categories: 1918, Aural Stage Studios, Fantasy, Podcast, Steampunk


Episode 383 - Getting the Prophets Back on Track

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...

Categories: Aural Stage Studios, Comedy, Fantasy, Podcast


Episode 382 - Embarking on A Prophets Guide

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-fo...

Categories: Aural Stage Studios, Fantasy, Podcast


Episode 381 - Descending the River with The Cleansed

This week we re-play "The River," an episode from The Cleansed: Season 2, which was recently shortlisted in the Radio Romania Grand Prix Nova. We didn't make it to Romania, but our friends with The Wireless Audio Theatre (also shortlisted, for their...

Categories: FinalRune, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 380 - Rediscovering Jonathan Mitchell's "The Truth"

Jonathan Mitchell hardly needs any introduction these days - the veteran public radio sound designer and composer has been charting glorious new territory in audio drama in his award-winning podcast The Truth, shortly entering its 3rd season, with do...

Categories: Podcast, Science Fiction, The Truth


Episode 379 - Judith Kampfner's "Amah in the Bathtub"

We are delighted to feature the work of Judith Kampfner, a veteran journalist and radio dramatist who has worked for close to 30 years in ...

Categories: Drama, Judith Kampfner, Podcast


Episode 378 - Talking "Hear Now" with Sue Zizza

This week, an interview from the terrestrial version of Radio Drama Revival - an interview with Sue Zizza (Sue Media Productions) the producer behind the 'illuminated' audiobooks of Ellen Kushner (all of which have been nominated for Audie Awards, an...

Categories: Interviews, Podcast


Episode 376 - Returning to Thwart the Alien from Planet X

Part 2 of 2 This week [a bit delayed, we apologize] we return for the conclusion of the "Alien of Planet X," the re-make of the original Brad Lansky radio drama series produced by South Africa company Protophonic (the brainchild of one mysterious ...

Categories: Podcast, Protophonic, Science Fiction


Episode 375 - Fighting the Alien from Planet X

Part 1 of 2 This week we delve deep, deep into the outer edges of the galaxy for a hauntingly vivid sound designed foray to the "Alien of Planet X," the re-make of the original Brad Lansky radio drama series produced by South Africa company Protop...

Categories: Podcast, Protophonic, Science Fiction


Episode 374 - Seeking Utopiates and Drinking Titanium Rain

Following up with our interview with creator Josh Finney and actress Denise Poirier, we have this week the first half of Titanium Rain, the searing Audie-nominated, Mark Time-winning war story by the Audiocomics Company (created by Josh Finney and Ka...

Categories: AudioComics Company, Podcast, Science Fiction


BONUS - Interview with Josh Finney and Denise Poirier

Interview from the 4/10/2014 live terrestrial radio show of Radio Drama Revival (Airs on WMPG Thursdays, 1-1:30pm EDT and yeah, you can stream it). Josh Finney and Denise Poirier talk about the Kickstarter project they're working on together, prom...

Categories: Interviews, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 373 - A Trip with Wireless Theatre to Experience "Country Life"

Our friends at the Wireless Theatre Company continue to surprise, delight, frighten and amuse us. Today's dose is a charming witty tale of life in retire...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, Radio Drama, Wireless Theatre Company


BONUS - Interview with Gareth Stack

From the terrestrial version of Radio Drama Revival (airs Thursdays on WMPG-FM in Portland, Mai...

Categories: Gareth Stack, Interviews, Podcast


Episode 372 - Looking for Love in "Any Other" Dublin...

Part 3 of 3 We finish our focus on the darkly hilarious portraits of post-recession Dublin in Gareth Stack's "Any Other Dublin," a delicious field-recorded comedy-satire series. Featuring Episode 5... Meet Martha Heinsklimer, feminist icon and...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast


Episode 371 - "Other" Dubliners Go For a Romp

Part 2 of 3 We continue our focus on the darkly hilarious portraits of post-recession Dublin in Gareth Stack's "Any Other Dublin." Featuring Episode 3... Jolita Grīnberg is a a young Irish writer. Jolita struggles with a lack of creative reco...

Categories: Comedy, Dead Medium, Podcast


Episode 370 - A Visit to "Any Other Dublin"

New month, new theme, and we turn the page to Ireland, where we relish the devastatingly human portrayal of ordinary Dubliner in Gareth Stack's "Any Other Dublin." The cast and crew of ...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, Radio Drama


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 herdsb...

Categories: FinalRune, Other, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 368 - Return of Severed Threads (3 of 3)

Part 3 of 3 Fred's final entry from Lesotho on a spell-binding sunrise as he presents the encore retelling of John Dryden's masterful 3-part drama Severed Threads. Vengeance is all that's on schoolboy Ben's mind as he pieces together the events s...

Categories: Drama, Goldhawk Productions, Podcast


Episode 367 - Return of Severed Threads (2 of 3)

Part 2 of 3 Fred is in South Africa and in bleary eyed wonder posts up an encore retelling of John Dryden's masterful 3-part drama Severed Threads. When journalist Prem Sharma rescues a child working in a textile factory outside Delhi, seven thou...

Categories: Drama, Podcast


Episode 366 - Return of Severed Threads (1 of 3)

Part 1 of 3 Fred is in South Africa and in bleary eyed wonder posts up an encore retelling of John Dryden's masterful 3-part drama Severed Threads. When journalist Prem Sharma rescues a child working in a textile factory outside Delhi, seven thou...

Categories: Podcast


Episode 365 - A War on Poverty and Waiting for A Window

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 "Wai...

Categories: Adventure, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 364 - The Return of Salmon of Blackpool (Part 2 of 2)

Part 2 of 2 Conclusion of Crazy Dog Audio Theatre's "The Salmon of Blackpool." Johnny Gallagher is a world famous movie star from Cork, Ireland, and he also dying slowly from a debilitating, fatal disorder.  Richie has been tasked by some big...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 363 - The Return of Salmon of Blackpool (Part 1 of 2)

Holy crap! Radio Drama Revival is entering its 8th year! In celebration, we are playing some of our favorite selections from years past... starting with a bit of a cheat, a show that kicked off our second year, Crazy Dog Audio Theatre's "The Salmon o...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Podcast


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, fe...

Categories: Holiday, Podcast


Episode 361 - Adventures with Neal Henderson in Our Fair City

Part 2 of 2 Policies and policettes, we at Radio Drama Revival take heart in the warm gripping hands of the Hartlife Corporation, proudly providing YOU with all the life you will ever need. And if you want a little bit more? Well... we'll learn h...

Categories: Comedy, HartLife NFP, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 360 - Revisiting Our Fair City...

Policies and policettes, we at Radio Drama Revival take heart in the warm gripping hands of the Hartlife Corporation, proudly providing YOU with all the life you will ever need.  And if you want a little bit more? Well... we'll learn how that goes f...

Categories: Comedy, HartLife NFP, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 359 - Springheel'd Jack Sashays Our Way

In mid 19th-century London, a ghastly monster stalks the streets of London.  No one is safe from the demonic apparition that will come to be known as 'Springheel'd Jack.' Constable Jonah Smith is hot on the trail, tracking the creature through the ...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 358 - Riding the River and Cleansed

Week 3 of our focus on The Cleansed; this week we have back-to-back episodes from Season 2 of The Cleansed which is now available for pre-order through Blackstone Audiobooks. Season two of this postapocalyptic saga opens with a motley band of hero...

Categories: FinalRune, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 357 - The Fallen World Has Been Cleansed

Week 2 of our focus on The Cleansed; this week we have back-to-back episodes from Season 1 of The Cleansed which is now available through Blackstone Audiobooks. Fifteen years have passed since the traumatic events of "The Breaking," in rural Maine...

Categories: FinalRune, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 356 - A Great Cleansing is Coming

This week The Cleansed returns to Radio Drama Revival, bringing us back to the end of the world, which begins in a time not-so-distant from now. The scathing, unremitting prologue episode "The Breaking" introduces the characters John Prophet, Davi...

Categories: FinalRune, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 355 - FinalRune Halloween Horror Redux

For the month of October, Fred has been hiding under a rock working on the new Season of The Cleansed - but lest you forget our love of the undead, we feature a rebroadcast of our 2009 LIVE to air Halloween horror radio show, with five original radi...

Categories: FinalRune, Horror, Podcast


Episode 354 - "The Ram King" Roars from Beyond the Pale

From the pen of Joe Maggio, we have for you today a special dark treat from the audio horror collection Tales from Beyond the Pale. The show is The Ram King, about a boy named Lassa who gets himself into trouble by fermenting a strange and powerful ...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Tales from Beyond the Pale


Episode 353 - Entering the "Hungry Hollow" with Campfire Radio Theater

Our audio horror 'treats' continue this week with a new discovery (to us) - the fantastic talents of Campfire Radio Theater. The tale we have for you today is the spooky classic ghost-story with fresh take tale "Hungry Hollow." A few hikers disap...

Categories: Campfire Radio Theater, Horror, Podcast


Episode 352 - Entering 'Purgatory' and Down Deep Looking for a Wine Cask...

This week's show we feature a few horror classics - first, the WB Yeats controversial classic "Purgatory," about an old man and a boy standing outside the charred remains of a house, where souls don't rest easy.  It was produced by the late Yuri Ras...

Categories: AudioComics Company, Hollywood Theater of the Ear, Horror, Podcast


Episode 351 - Digging up a Dose of 'Wormwood'

We are thrilled that the razorblade-sharp-whit-theyre-coming-for-you-and-UFOs-really-landed-and-stole-your-grandma-kinda-sorta-maybe-radio-drama Nightvale has become a sensation.  From the poorly lit studio of a strange, strange town in god-only-kno...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Wormwood


Episode 350 - Crazy Dog Devils and Haunted Lighthouses

Is it that close to Halloween alREADY? Fred stumbles out of the woods of Maine to sing the praises of Roger Gregg's new short drama-poetry-music-videos that have appeared on YouTube... which are stripped of their distracting visuals and fed to you i...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Radio Drama, Roger Gregg


Episode 349 - Discovering "The Necklace" with Chatterbox Audio Theater

This week we visit 19th century France in English - and French! - through a skilled alliance of Chatterbox Audio Theater and Rhodes College. The adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's classic short story tells the story of Mathilde, who dreams of minglin...

Categories: Chatterbox, Classics, Podcast


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 ...

Categories: Other, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 347 - Talking Neverwhere with Dirk Maggs

The audio drama adaptation of Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere" features an all-star cast including James McAvoy, Natalie Dormer, Benedict Cumberbatch, Christopher Lee, Anthony Head and David Sch...

Categories: Dirk Maggs, Fantasy, Podcast


Episode 346 - Dragon*Con weekend; we spell Destiny "Ace Galaksi"

Sibby Wieland from Sound Stages Radio and Noir Dame Productions returns to host the last podcast in August, direct from Dragon*Con, and the Atlanta Sheraton, one of the con's magnificent host hotels. Audio drama certainly has its part in this pan-con...

Categories: Ace Galaksi, Comedy, Dragon*Con, Noir Dame, Podcast, Radio Drama, Science Fiction, Sibby Wieland, Sound Stages Radio


Episode 345 - Curious Blasts from the Past - and Future - with Curious Echo

This week we enjoy some well-aged podcast drama from Curious Echo Radio, two episodes from the 2008 serial "The Moon Wraith", as well as an episode of the more recent (futuristic, you might say!) "Frank Gadsen, Personal Injury Lawyer of the Futur...

Categories: Comedy, Curious Echo, Mystery, Noir Dame, Podcast, Science Fiction, Sibby Wieland, Sound Stages Radio


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,"...

Categories: Fantasy, Harry Strange, Horror, Interviews, Mystery, Noir Dame, Podcast, Sibby Wieland, Sound Stages Radio, Stan Freberg, Stu Shostak


Episode 343 - Kristin Cato's "Dreaming Fire" and "The Lighted Bridge"

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 als...

Categories: American, Drama, Fantasy, Kristin Cato, Noir Dame, Podcast, Radio Drama, Sound Stages Radio


Episode 342 - Down the rabbit hole with Voices in the Wind

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...

Categories: Canada, Classics, Fantasy, Noir Dame, Podcast, Region, Sound Stages Radio, Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre


Episode 341 - A Word from Our Spacey Sponsors

This week we feature the second half of the 2003 'radio movie' Not from Space, a satire of commercial radio that pioneered the internet-era of audio drama and was heard nationally on XM Satellite Radio. Winner of the Mark Time Award and Communicator...

Categories: Borgus Radio, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 340 - Still Reporting, but Not From Space...

This week we continue our theme of out-of-this-world productions with the 2003 'radio movie' Not from Space, a satire of commercial radio that pioneered the internet-era of audio drama and was heard nationally on XM Satellite Radio. This scathing ...

Categories: Borgus Radio, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 339 - Our Fair City Live

This week we continue our coverage of the audio drama awesomeness that happen...

Categories: Comedy, HartLife NFP, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 338 - War of the Worlds Anniversary Contest Winners

Reporting live from Convergence Con 2013, Craig Finseth, Matthew Boudreau, and Fred Greenhalgh get together to announce the winners of the 75th Anniversary War of the Worlds radio contest. We received 10 entries from 4 countries, all under 15 minu...

Categories: Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 337 - Raymond Chandler's Lost "Goldfish" and an Otherworld Interview

We continue our tour of radio noir by featuring a radio drama adaptation of Raymond Chandler's "Goldfish," the first Philip Marlowe short story, recorded entirely on location in the Pacific Northwest where Chandler originally set it. Harris Yulin sta...

Categories: Mystery, Otherworld Media, Podcast


Episode 336 - This Time, It's An Open Season

Our summer noir theme returns with FinalRune's 2010 production of Open Season, the pilot episode of a series based on the books by Archer Mayor and featured in the Wall Street Journal. An old lady tormented by lewd phone calls blasts a man with a ...

Categories: FinalRune, Mystery, Podcast


Episode 335 - Privileged At the Swordspoint

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 ...

Categories: Fantasy, Podcast, Sue Media


Episode 334 - This Thing of Ours is Looking for a Boss

June is unofficially dubbed 'mystery drama month,' kicking off with a BANG with the 70s Noir New York Mafia Drama "Thing Thing of Ours" by Scott Spaulding's Decorated Air Theater. Tensions are high within the Colombo Crime Family as gunshots ring ...

Categories: Decorated Air Theatre, Mystery, Podcast


Episode 333 - Adventuring with Komi Before the Trees

This week we take a step out of the real to visit the bizarrely delightful land of Komi Before the Trees, a radio drama centered on the adventures of a young Treean named Komi, who has one year left to move around the world before he takes root and g...

Categories: Fantasy, Podcast


Episode 332 - A Final Stop in the Will of the Woods

Part 3 of 3 This week we're featuring Parts 4 and 5 of Will of the Woods byAudio Epics - the Belgium-based audio drama troupe headed by Domien De Groot and Eline Hoskens (and featuring the splendid musical talents Peter Van Riet). Adapted from th...

Categories: Audio Epics, Fantasy, Podcast


Episode 331 - Walking Deeper in the Will of the Woods

Part 2 of 3 This week we're featuring Parts 2 and 3 of Will of the Woods byAudio Epics - the Belgium-based audio drama troupe headed by Domien De Groot and Eline Hoskens (and featuring the splendid musical talents Peter Van Riet). Adapted from th...

Categories: Audio Epics, Fantasy, Podcast


Episode 330 - Entranced by the Will of the Woods

This week we're thrilled to bring back to work of Audio Epics - the Belgium-based audio drama troupe headed by Domien De Groot and Eline Hoskens (and featuring the splendid musical talents Peter Van Riet). This five-part series is Will of the Wood...

Categories: Audio Epics, Fantasy, Podcast


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...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Other, Podcast


Episode 328: Getting Steamy in the Hothouse, Interview with Joel Metzger

Episodes 3 + 4 Followed by Exclusive Interview Take a surly trip to a gritty, dystopian neighborhood of Los Angeles called the 'Hothouse' in this thrilling new serial by TV writer Joel Metzger. All of downtown LA is enclosed by a massive glass ...

Categories: Hothouse Bruiser, Mystery, Podcast


Episode 327: Entering the Hothouse and Cruising with the Bruiser

Take a surly trip to a gritty, dystopian neighborhood of Los Angeles called the 'Hothouse' in this thrilling new serial by TV writer Joel Metzger. All of downtown LA is enclosed by a massive glass wall -- making a hyper-capitalist, Orwellian, city...

Categories: Crime, Hothouse Bruiser, Mystery, Podcast


Episode 326: Leviathan in Crisis, A Chat with Christof Laputka and Robin Shore

This week we continue the celebration of The Leviathan Chronicles – Season 2, an example of how fantastic science fiction audio drama can be when you combine great writing, a spectacular cast, and searing sound effects. MacAllan Orsel enters th...

Categories: Leviathan Chronicles, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 325: The Leviathan Chronicles Revive

It's here! After two years of hard work, Leviathan Chronicles Season 2 has hit the streets. The action-packed, richly imagined sci-fi epic throws the unsuspecting MacAllan Orsel into a world of intrigue, immortals, high-tech prowess and US Governm...

Categories: Leviathan Chronicles, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 324 - Basking in Titanium Rain and Sweet, Sweet Honey West

What a fantastic time to be digging audio drama. This month, we've gotten to soak up Dirk Maggs' audio drama adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere, hear Chatterbox Audio Theater render the Greek tragedy of Oedipus, and now we get to celebrate our f...

Categories: AudioComics Company, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 323 - Oedipus the King Learns the Bloody Truth

Part 3 of 3 The king of Thebes investigates an act of violence that has angered the gods -- but the truth he uncovers threatens to destroy him. The shocking (and inevitable) conclusion of the classic tragedy as the truth is uncovered and must be fa...

Categories: Chatterbox, Classics, Podcast


Episode 322 - Oedipus the King Takes a Swipe

Part 2 of 3 The king of Thebes investigates an act of violence that has angered the gods -- but the truth he uncovers threatens to destroy him. Chatterbox Audio Theater bravely takens on Sophocles' seminal tragedy in a contemporary translation by...

Categories: Chatterbox, Classics, Podcast


Episode 321 - Sophocles' Oedipus the King: Radio Drama Goes Epic

Part 1 of 3 The king of Thebes investigates an act of violence that has angered the gods -- but the truth he uncovers threatens to destroy him. Chatterbox Audio Theater bravely takens on Sophocles' seminal tragedy in a contemporary translation by...

Categories: Chatterbox, Classics, Podcast


Episode 320 - The Minister of Chance Visits Paludin Fields

This week we visit the 'Paludin Fields' in the return of the Minister of Chance, a lush, imaginatively designed story of war, magic, and science on a strange planet at the edge of the Universe. 'The Minister Of Chance' is an acclaimed 'Doctor Who...

Categories: Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 319 - War of the Worlds Returns with a BANG!

This week we take a bow to radio drama history by clobbering Grover's Mill New Jersey with a big ball of fire and pissed off laser-toting Martians. Yes, folks, it is the War of the Worlds - and one of the most exquisite re-creations of it ever produc...

Categories: Classics, Otherworld Media, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 318 - Are you Afraid of Rotwang Krell?

Part 3 of 3 Sci Fi February continues with another double-header of live sci fi comedy radio shows produced by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre for Ireland's RTE Radio 1. This week we have "The Zombies of Dr. Krell" Captain Sane and her crew seek shelt...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 317 - Have a Round at the Cabaret of Forbidden Celestial Delights

Part 2 of 3 Sci Fi February continues with another double-header of live sci fi comedy radio shows produced by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre for Ireland's RTE Radio 1. This week we have "The Cabaret of Forbidden Celestial Delights." Captain Sane an...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 316 - Crazy Dog Audio Goes Big Big Spacey

Part 1 of 3 Kicking off our annual "Sci Fi February" special feature is a series of live sci fi comedy radio shows produced by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre for Ireland's RTE Radio 1. The collection, "Big Big Space," kicks off with a double feature "Bi...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 315 - Nothing in Life is Really "The Constant" (Part 2 of 2)

Part 2 of 2 The Constant is a radio play about five friends and a new city. Two years earlier, life was easy in their rural town – everyone was who they were and life was simpler. At the nexus of life’s great turning points, people either grow...

Categories: Drama, Podcast


Episode 314 - Kristofferson's Friends are "The Constant" (Part 1 of 2)

The Constant is a radio play about five friends and a new city. Two years earlier, life was easy in their rural town – everyone was who they were and life was simpler. At the nexus of life’s great turning points, people either grow together or gr...

Categories: Drama, NDB Productions, Podcast


Episode 313 - Mumbai Chuzzlewits, Part 3: Closing in to Martin

We feature the stunning conclusion "The Mumbai Chuzzlewits" by Goldhawk Productions, produced by John Dryden, a Sony and Peabody Award winning radio producer whose work is regularly commissioned for BBC Radio 4. The show, adapted by Ayeesha Menon, t...

Categories: Drama, Goldhawk Productions, Podcast


Episode 311 - Mumbai Chuzzlewits Sets Dickens in India

Having survived the Apocalypse, our show today features the work of Goldhawk Productions, lead by John Dryden, a Sony and Peabody Award winning radio producer whose work is regularly commissioned for BBC Radio 4. The show transposes Charles Dickens'...

Categories: Classics, Drama, Goldhawk Productions, Podcast


Mayan Apocalypse Special, Part 2 - A Fresh Look at The Cleansed

As the second part of our mondo 2012 Mayan Apocalypse special, we have for you in its unedited, not-totally-radio-friendly glory the original broadcast mix of The Cleansed: Episode Zero which blazed through the airwaves of WKIT 100.3 FM in Bangor, Ma...

Categories: FinalRune, Podcast, Science Fiction


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. ...

Categories: Aural Stage Studios, Comedy, Other, Podcast, Wireless Theatre Company


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 re...

Categories: Holiday, Icebox Radio Theater, Podcast


Episode 308 - Marley's Ghost Rattles His Chains

For our kick-off to the holiday season, we have the Christmas classic "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens, in a new adaptation by Shane Salk, featuring a star-studded cast. Salk's fresh take on the classic puts the ghosts back full force in the...

Categories: Classics, Podcast


Episode 307 - A Different Kind of Spook in "Ghost of a Chance"

This week on the show we have 19 Nocturne Boulevard back, with their 2011 Ogle-winning production "Ghost of a Chance." For a girl living in a New York Brownstone with an absentee father, life can be tough.  Luckily, have virtually unlimited trust...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, Horror, Podcast


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 ...

Categories: Drama, Jonathan Mitchell, Other, Podcast, The Truth


Transcontinental Terror 2012 - Part 6 / 6 - 19 Nocturne Boulevard

Part 6 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring 19 Nocturne Boulevard (Seattle, Washington) with the HP Lovecraft classic "The Rats in the Walls" 19 Nocturne Boulevard, which began pod...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, Horror, Podcast, Transcontinental Terror


Transcontinental Terror 2012 - Part 5 / 6 - Icebox Radio Theater

Part 5 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring Icebox Radio Theater (International Falls, Minnesota) with "All Hallow's Eve" The Icebox Radio Theater of International Falls, Minnesota...

Categories: Horror, Icebox Radio Theater, Podcast, Transcontinental Terror


Transcontinental Terror 2012 - Part 4 / 6 - Chatterbox Audio Theater

Part 4 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring Chatterbox Audio Theater (Memphis, Tennessee) with "Master Zacharius" Part 1 and Part 2 Chatterbox Audio Theater is an audio production ...

Categories: Chatterbox, Horror, Podcast, Transcontinental Terror


Transcontinental Terror 2012 - Part 3 / 6 - FinalRune Productions and Aural Stage Studios

Part 3 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring FinalRune Productions (Portland, Maine) and Aural Stage Studios (Buffalo, NY) with Dark Passenger and Intensive Care Passenger and Intensive Care [power...

Categories: Aural Stage Studios, FinalRune, Horror, Podcast, Transcontinental Terror


Transcontinental Terror 2012 - Part 2 / 6 - Electric Vicuna

Part 2 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring Electric Vicuna (Halifax, Nova Scotia) with "Coach #6" and "One by One" Electric Vicuña was established in 2009 to meet the growing dem...

Categories: Electric Vicuna, Horror, Podcast, Transcontinental Terror


Transcontinental Terror 2012 - Part 1 / 6 - Wireless Theatre Company

Part 1 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring Wireless Theatre Company (London, England) with "The Maiden without Hands" and "The Cask of Amontillado" The award-winning Wireless The...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Transcontinental Terror, Wireless Theatre Company


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...

Categories: Comedy, Drama, Podcast, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


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,...

Categories: Chatterbox, Drama, Podcast


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 pol...

Categories: Classics, Drama, FinalRune, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 302 - A Son's Long Trip Home, and a Dark Ride

Horror, horror, horror! More scary stories to haunt you this Halloween season, this week with a rendition of If You Take My Hand, My Son by Scott Hickey's The Grist Mill series, followed by a Grist Mill double-feature, The Dark Ride (by Jeff Adams)....

Categories: Grist Mill, Horror, Podcast


Episode 301 - The Statement of Randolph Carter by Horrorscopes

The recently revamped HORRORSCOPES collection is a series of ten of horror's darkest little tales, ranging from classics by Poe and Bradbury to originals by Anthony Marino and Clay Graybeal. In today's episode, we feature the inspired adaptation of ...

Categories: AudioComics Company, Bill Dufris, English, Horror, Podcast


Episode 300 - The Strange Case of Springheel'd Jack

Our second week of our 5th festival of audio drama horror is the thrilling tale of murder in the city - The Strange Case of Springheel'd Jack by Wireless Theatre Company. Wireless, who started the same year as RDR, has grown to one of the world's ...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Radio Drama, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 299 - The Damned Are Playing at Godzilla's Tonight

Kicking off our fifth-annual month-long fright fright fest is a Seeing Ear Theatre original, The Damned are Playing at Godzilla's Tonight. This fresh, sizzling little haunter finds us at a run-down club in Los Angeles, where a repo-man comes to ge...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Sci Fi Channel


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...

Categories: Drama, Goldhawk Productions, Podcast, Science Fiction


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...

Categories: Drama, Goldhawk Productions, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 295 - Ruby Nine Gets Afloat

This week we're thrilled to report that the Galactic Gumshoe Ruby is back, with all the flaring sass and quick jabbing dialogue and absurd time we've come to revel in the retro-futuristic adventures penned by Tom Lopez, AKA Meatball Fulton of ZBS. ...

Categories: Podcast, Science Fiction, ZBS


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 l...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Docu-Drama, Other, Podcast


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 knigh...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Fantasy, Gothic, Podcast


Episode 292 – The Pawns are Sacrificed to Sate the Infidel

Hmm we didn't really intend this, but there is a section of The Cleansed that features a militant Christian force, this piece by Roger, and then a piece by our friends at Aural Stage Studios called "Jesus Gets Rejected." Call this our 'blasphemy' edition. Listeners of faith, please try to keep an open mind, or skip this one and tune in next week!

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Fantasy, Gothic, Podcast


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 P...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Fantasy, Podcast


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 P...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Podcast


Episode 289 - A Night Out on Our Fair City

From our Mark Time/Ogle Awards winners' circle series - this week we feature again the funky distopia of Our Fair City, where the Hartlife Company provides "All the life you ever need," malicious man-eating ants are something to sweep under the rug, ...

Categories: Comedy, HartLife NFP, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 288 - We're Alive's Kc Wayland Talks

Chilling sound effects, a huge and diverse cast that has come together like clockwork, and tight writing that keeps you wound in suspense hour after hour are the hallmark of zombie podcast sensation We're Alive, a show that proves that horror is best...

Categories: Horror, Kc Wayland, Podcast, Wayland Enterprises


Episode 287 - Brad Lansky Visits the 4D Verse

We kick off the next round of features of Mark Time/Ogle winners with a feature of Dieter Zimmerman's newest production - the Gold Mark Time Award winning Brad Lansky and the 4DVerse by Protophonic. AMAI Soliton found a way to travel through the t...

Categories: J. D. Venne, Podcast, Protophonic, Science Fiction


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 a...

Categories: Aural Stage Studios, Other, Podcast


Episode 285: Titanium Rains Down on Us

This week on the show we have the searing hot rocket-paced adaptation of Titanium Rain, one of the most acclaimed (and controversial) graphic novel series in recent years. Scripted by the book's author, Josh Finney, this audio drama remains completel...

Categories: AudioComics Company, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 284: Taking a Transgender Tango to Mars

This week on the show we give a nod to West Plains, Missouri, which this week is home to the National Audio Theater Festivals' annual audio pilgrimage. A week jam-packed with workshops, lectures, and hands-on audio craft culminates in a live show on...

Categories: Comedy, Mystery, National Audio Theater Festivals, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 283 - Anne Manx Takes on the Ring of Minotour

This week on the show we again feature the Radio Repertory Company of America, a group that combines star-studded casts with clever, sassy, sci-fi scripts and soaring sound design for a listening experience quite beyond anything else out there. This...

Categories: Interviews, Podcast, RRCA, Science Fiction


Episode 282 - Bradbury's Passing Brings Us to the Veldt

In this week we mark the passing of science fiction grand master Ray Bradbury, who has been eulogized well in media ranging from Wired Magazine, to Bloomberg and NPR. What hasn't been said enough - Ray Bradbury was an enduring fan of the radio drama ...

Categories: Bradbury 13, Podcast, Radio Drama, Science Fiction


Episode 281 - RCCA Releases a Song Bird

This week on the show it's our esteemed pleasure to welcome the Radio Repertory Company of America (RRCA) who have produced dozens of works in the past 15+ years including the esteemed Anne Manx series featuring Claudia Christian (of Babylon 5 fame)....

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, RRCA, Science Fiction


Episode 280 - Mask of Inanna Faces a Smoking Monkey

Our second week featuring the boldly original occult mystery drama The Mask of Inanna. We're into the second episode of season two, where Leonard Allen - the hapless old time radio host turned lighthouse keeper brought back from retirement to revi...

Categories: Mystery, Podcast, Post Meridian Radio Players


Episode 279 - Revealing the Mask of Innana Again

Not all legends die easy, and not all old radio shows are forgotten. Such is the lesson for Leonard Allen, who learned at the beginning of Post Meridian Radio Player's Mask of Inanna that not all was quite right with the people who took a tired ol...

Categories: Mystery, Podcast, Post Meridian Radio Players


Episode 278 - Ruby and the Zoots, Part 6

Part 6 of 6 On this week's show we conclude of Tom Lopez's Ruby 5, the galactic gumshoe who has been investigating the Land of Zoots. This is the episode in which secrets of the Awakening Archipelago and wacky land of Zoots are revealed! After o...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, Science Fiction, ZBS


Episode 277 - Ruby and the Zoots, Part 5

Part 5 of 6 Did we say 5? No, there are SIX parts to Ruby 5. Right, moving on... This week on the show we continue our feature of Tom Lopez's ZBS Foundation with the fast-talking galactic gumshoe, Ruby. Our feature: Ruby 5. The natives of the ...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, Science Fiction, ZBS


Episode 276 - Ruby and the Zoots, Part 4

Part 4 of 5 This week on the show we continue our feature of Tom Lopez's ZBS Foundation with the fast-talking galactic gumshoe, Ruby. Our feature: Ruby 5. The natives of the Awakening Archipelago turning their islands into a wacky world based o...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, Science Fiction, ZBS


Episode 275 - Ruby and the Zoots, Part 3

Part 3 of 5 This week on the show we continue our feature of Tom Lopez's ZBS Foundation with the fast-talking galactic gumshoe, Ruby. Our feature: Ruby 5. The natives of the Awakening Archipelago turning their islands into a wacky world based o...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 274 - Ruby and the Zoots, Part 2

Part 2 of 5 This week on the show we continued our feature of Tom Lopez's ZBS Foundation with the fast-talking galactic gumshoe, Ruby. Our feature: Ruby 5. The natives of the Awakening Archipelago turning their islands into a wacky world based...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, Science Fiction, ZBS


Episode 273 - Embarking with Ruby to the Land of Zoots

Part 1 of 5 This week on the show we feature the dazzling work of Tom Lopez's ZBS Foundation with the fast-talking galactic gumshoe, Ruby. Our feature: Ruby 5. The natives of the Awakening Archipelago turning their islands into a wacky world b...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, Science Fiction, ZBS


Episode 272 - The Final Six Suspects, Preparing for Pandemic

This week we wrap our third part of Six Suspects by Vikas Swarup, adapted by Ayeesha Menon and produced by acclaimed BBC Producer John Dryden. Vicky Rai, notorious son of a prominent Indian politician, shoots dead a waitress at a trendy Delhi rest...

Categories: Crime, Drama, Goldhawk Productions, Mystery, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 271 - A Bit More on Those Six Suspects, And Chatting with John Dryden

In this jam-packed week, we have the 3rd chapter of The Cleansed, followed quickly by our 2nd chunk of Six Suspects by Vikas Swarup, adapted by Ayeesha Menon and produced by acclaimed BBC Producer John Dryden. Vicky Rai, notorious son of a promine...

Categories: Crime, Drama, Goldhawk Productions, John Dryden, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 270 - Meeting Six Suspects, Farewell Nod to Peter

First things first this week - a farewell nod to Peter Bergman, founding member of the legendary audio comedy troupe The Firesign Theatre, 1960s America's answer to Monty Python. Their antics, multi-track madness and bitingly absurd satire imprinted...

Categories: Crime, Drama, Goldhawk Productions, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 269 - A Spring Cleansing, and Leviathan Chronicles Redux

The energy crisis is here! Well, at least in sound... With a humble thrill, I welcome you to debut of ...

Categories: Christof Laputka, FinalRune, Leviathan Chronicles, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 268 - A Tour of the Galaxy with Dirk Maggs

A blinding 14-inch snowstorm struck Maine on Wednesday, blitzing Radio Drama Revival host Fred Greenhalgh w...

Categories: Comedy, Dirk Maggs, Interviews, Perfectly Normal Productions, Podcast, Science Fiction, UK and Ireland


Episode 267 - The Ministry of Chance Opens for Business

Now in his second regeneration, defrocked Time Lord The Minist...

Categories: Dan Freeman, Interviews, Minister of Chance, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 266 - Welcome Home to Our Fair City

Sci-Fi February 2012 dazzles with yet another bonus-sized podcast which exposes the labyrinthian dangers and intrigue in HartLife NFP's vision of a near-future dystopia, Our Fair City. Join us as we burrow in earnest into the mysteries held wi...

Categories: Clayton Faits, HartLife NFP, Jeffrey Gardner, Michael Tomczak, Podcast, Radio Drama, Ryan Schile, Science Fiction


Episode 265 - Anti-STARC Realities

Sci-Fi February 2012 continues as guest host Captain Radio™ unleashes a super-sized podcast that treats our fans to the full-length stylized hard sci-fi excellence of Brad Lansky and the Anti-STARC. Following that, we'll hear an extended on-loca...

Categories: Adventure, Africa, Dieter Zimmerman, Drama, Josh Price, Odyssey AudioWorks, Podcast, Protophonic, Radio Drama, Richard Summers, Science Fiction, Tanja Milojevic


Episode 264 - Sci-Fi February Is A Go!

We kick off our Sci-Fi February with Great Northern Audio Theater's fanciful anti-saga, Thwack That Dirigible!, performed before a live audience at last year's Mark Time Awards ceremony during the CONVergence CON for science fiction and fantasy media...

Categories: Brian Price, Fantasy, Great Northern Audio Theater, Jerry Stearns, Podcast, Radio Drama, Science Fiction, Steampunk


Episode 263 - North to the Yukon!

We conclude our series New Year, New Audio, as Captain Radio™ guest-hosts once more for Fred Greenhalgh traveling abroad in Africa. On tap for our feature is the Captain's own non-commercial redux of an episode from the very popular Old-Time Radio...

Categories: Canada, Captain Radio, Captain Radio Productions, Drama, Podcast, Radio Drama, Richard Summers, Sue Zizza


Episode 262 - There Is A Field, Part 2

Captain Radio™  once again guest-hosts for vacationing Fred Greehalgh as we continue our series New Year, New Audio, which challenges you to step outside your past listening routine, to try something different for you. When you come across someth...

Categories: Docu-Drama, Donkey Saddle Projects, Drama, Jen Marlowe, Marie Tueje, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 261 - There Is A Field, Part 1

Captain Radio™  hosts once more for vacationing Fred Greehalgh as we continue our series New Year, New Audio, which, yeah, kind of dares you to step outside your past listening routine, to try something different for you. When you come across some...

Categories: Docu-Drama, Donkey Saddle Projects, Drama, Jen Marlowe, Marie Tueje, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 260 - RRRants Are Good For The Soul

What a wild and eventful week for us here in Alfred, Maine (Fred's hometown). Fred's life is a furious pile of boxes bags and wires as he and Amy gear up for a five week trek to one of the most dynamic and intriguing countries of the world, South ...

Categories: Comedy, Donna Daniels-Moss, Podcast, Radio Drama, Rythmical Ravings & Rants (RRRants), UK and Ireland


Episode 259 - Illuminating Swordspoint's Daring-Do with Ellen Kushner and Sue Zizza

With the New Year upon us, we seek to capture one last audio gem from 2011: the new illuminated audiobook Swordspoint, directed and produced by Sue Zizza and narrated by the author, Ellen Kushner. This dashing audio adventure is further complemented ...

Categories: Adventure, Ellen Kushner, Fantasy, Podcast, Radio Drama, Sue Media, Sue Zizza


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...

Categories: Classics, Holiday, Podcast, Radio Drama, Richard Fish


Episode 257: The Monte Christoan Count Gets His Revenge

This week we have the second installment of the classic The Count of Monte Christo by Alexander Dumas, dramatized for you by Lifehouse Theatre on the Air. With origins in California-based community theatre, LifeHouse Theater On-The-Air is a new ...

Categories: Adventure, Classics, Lifehouse Theater, Podcast


Episode 256: A Swashbuckling Embarcation of the Holiday Season

OK, so we're not quite edging into what would be traditionally called "Holiday Programming" here, but we do have a wonderful treat - the swashbuckling classic The Count of Monte Christo by Alexander Dumas, dramatized for you by Lifehouse Theatre on t...

Categories: Classics, Lifehouse Theater, Podcast


Episode 255: Sweeney Todd's Barbary Falls in a Trap

This week we are thrilled to be featuring work by Grammy-nominated dramaturge Yuri Rasovsky, whose 2012 production The Mark of Zorro is up for Best Spoken Word Album of the Year. We hear a teaser from that new work available either through Blackston...

Categories: American, Classics, Hollywood Theater of the Ear, Horror, Podcast, Yuri Rasovsky


Episode 254: A Barbarous Black Friday with Sweeney Todd

Week 3 continues our foray into 19th century London, where Fleet Street is home to the "Demon Barber" Sweeney Todd, a snickering, dour man whose customers mysteriously disappear, only to reappear in pies at the neighboring pie shoppe. But when a man...

Categories: Classics, Hollywood Theater of the Ear, Horror, Podcast, Yuri Rasovsky


Episode 253: A Bit More Polishing Off from Olde Sweeney Todd

We return again to 19th century London, where Fleet Street is home to the "Demon Barber" Sweeney Todd, a snickering, dour man whose customers mysteriously disappear, only to reappear in pies at the neighboring pie shoppe. But when a man bringing wor...

Categories: Classics, Gothic, Hollywood Theater of the Ear, Horror, Podcast, Yuri Rasovsky


Episode 252: Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber Strikes

On Fleet Street in Olde London there once lived a barber called Sweeney Todd, whose greatest pleasure was "polishing off" his customers who found themselves first bereft of wordly goods and then shuffled off this mortal coil. Those unlucky enough to...

Categories: Hollywood Theater of the Ear, Horror, Podcast, Yuri Rasovsky


Episode 251: A Scene from the Horror Hotel

Just because we don't feel that we get quite enough spooky programming during the month of October, we're continuing our tradition of re-upping the spooky tales for the month of November. This week, it's our esteemed friend Roger Gregg, who produced...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Horror, Podcast


Episode 250 - HALLOWEEN Special Continues, with a Grind Down the Grist Mill

Halloween not... ground you up already? Still fresh enough for some new ghoulery? Well, good! In a rare move, we have a double-double feature, courtesy of Scott Hickey with The Grist Mill. We feature two previously never-heard Grist Mill episod...

Categories: Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 249 - Halloween Horrors! Intensive Care by Aural Stage/FinalRune and Damned Godzillas...

It is HALLOWEEN my freakish audio fan folks, and to celebrate we have a positively gushing font of blood and chills this year. Fresh off the mixing deck, I'm proud to release the new collaboration of Aural Stage Studios and FinalRune Productions - I...

Categories: Aural Stage Studios, FinalRune, Horror, Podcast


Episode 248 - 19 Nocturne Boulevard Brings Us a "Dunwich Horror"

In a backwater town in 19th century New England, a trio of professors from Miskatonic University uncover something dreadful. Something invigorated by this book, the Necronomicon... To commemorate their third anniversary, 19 Nocturne Boulevard is fea...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, Horror, Podcast


Episode 247 - Fangoria Audio Horror Takes a "Late Shift"

Late at night at a local shopping plaza, some serious labor violations are taking place. Crooked management and intimidated store owners go beyond hiring illegal workers - they employ a cadre of the living dead. So begins "The Late Shift," part o...

Categories: Carl Amari, Dreadtime Stories, Horror, Podcast


Episode 246 - Horror Arrives with a Deadly Meal

It's October again, and as ever, is it HORROR-ible! OH yes, folks, we've got a 5 week stretch of terrifying audio goodies for you, starting this week with a fresh work by radio drama living legend Tom Lopez. ZBS says of "Recipe for Murder" The st...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, Horror, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 245: Primordial Gods, Alive and Romping in New Orleans

In modern day New Orleans, ancient gods are at work. Movie producers are dying, powerful forces strike the land and the names Shango, Oya, and Ogun are heard on the wind. Mixing mythology and modern urban fantasy, Primordials is a boldly original...

Categories: Fantasy, Gothic, Podcast


Episode 244 - It's a Mean Thing, This Thing of Ours

This week we are pleased to feature another producer new to the show (indeed, new to radio drama altogether) - Scott Spaulding, whose new gritty mobster drama, "This Thing of Ours," is sure to tear up the pristine streets of radio drama land... In...

Categories: Crime, Decorated Air Theatre, Podcast


Episode 243: Everyone (Including Us) Digs Bill Evans

Photo of Bill Evans at a German Jazz Workshop by Heinrich KlaffMusic sometimes takes a backseat to sound effects and dialogue in radio plays, but not in this lush play called Everybody Digs Bill Evans (the radio drama, not to be confused with the fam...

Categories: American, Other, Podcast


Episode 242 - The Flying Bike Sees a Movie Get Made

This week we have an original new treat for you - a new original tale called The Flying Bike, by Karl Hirsch. What exactly IS the Flying Bike? Well, it's a concept, it's an idea, it's a vision. Oh, and it's a screenplay. A screenplay that reall...

Categories: Flying Bike, Podcast


Episode 241: Down in the Lab with the Doc, a Little Wampum, Sweet, Sweet Vampire and the Freedom Bones

Alas, all good things come to an end. After a splendid time trippin' dimensionality tweaking trip in Return to Inverness, Jack Flanders and Mojo finally get to the bottom of the energy disturbance in the mansion of Inverness. A few old friends appe...

Categories: Adventure, Fantasy, Jack Flanders, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 240: Inverness, Week Four - Little Frieda, Four Towers, and Creepy Rakshashas!

In week four of our feature of Return to Inverness Jack Flanders meets an old friend, goes places he probably shouldn't go, and gets out by the hair of his chinny chin chin. But where, oh where is this strange energy coming from? And whose that spl...

Categories: Adventure, Fantasy, Jack Flanders, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 239 - Wherein We Meet a Dragon, Are Touched by a Unicorn and See a Forbidden Tower

For our third installment of the Return to Inverness things are starting to get odd for Jack Flanders. A touch by a mystic unicorn sends his world aloft while things continue to disappear. Plus there's that dragon to be worried about... Before w...

Categories: Adventure, Fantasy, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 238 - We Return to Return to Inverness

This week is our second installment featuring Return to Inverness, set some years after Jack Flanders started his mystical journeymaking and spiritual globetrotting. Upon the death of Lady Jowls, Jack finds himself back at Inverness, having inheri...

Categories: Jack Flanders, Podcast, Steampunk, ZBS


Episode 237 - Steamy Dog Days Bring Us Back to Inverness

For the month of August (and into November) we take an interlude to a mansion high atop a hill, with thousands of mirrors looking inward... the towers of Inverness! The original Fourth Tower of Inverness is the classic mystical trans-dimensional j...

Categories: Fantasy, Jack Flanders, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 236 - We're Alive, But There Might Be Others...

We have featured We're Alive periodically since their stunning a href="/episode-18-the-zombies-are-coming-but-were-alive/">debut in late 2009, but things seem to be extremely exciting right now for the show - having recently grossed 4.5million downlo...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Wayland Enterprises


Captain Radio Visits Dead Line Anthology

Graphic - FunGraphix.com Theme music - Shane Lamb Title: Dead Line Anthology / Shorts (series) Producer: Jack Ward Production Company: Electric Vicuña Type: Dram Genre: ...

Categories: Captain Radio Reviews, Drama, Electric Vicuna, Horror, Jack Ward, Mystery, Radio Drama


Episode 235 - Jack Ward's Electric Vicuna Has One Soul Survivor

We interrupt steamy summer to showcase the showcases - with an excellent Captain Radio review of Audio Drama Talk, Audio Drama Directory, Audio Drama Wiki, and the Audio Drama Review (which pulls no punches to the point of fault). We congratulate ...

Categories: Electric Vicuna, Fantasy, Podcast


Episode 234 - Whoever Wishes with Cayenne Chris Conroy

Experiencing TEKnikal diffikulties? We hope you will after this podcast featuring the marvelous Cayenne Chris Conroy and his 6-year-running comedy podcast (with splashes of sci-fi adventure). TEKDIFF won the 2010 Gold Ogle for their production of ...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, TEKDIFF


Episode 233 - Back From #CVG2011 with Stories To Tell and a Trip to 1918

Today we stagger back from a GREAT trip out west to Minneapolis, Minnesota for the CONvergence science fiction and fantasy convention (known to you Twitterers as #cvg2011). We received the 2010 Silver Mark Time for FinalRune's production The Clean...

Categories: 1918, American, Great Northern Audio Theater, Grist Mill, Icebox Radio Theater, Interviews, Jonathan Mitchell, Podcast, Steampunk


Episode 232 - Phil Proctor & Capt Radio Chime in on NATF 2011, As We Head to MN

With the weeklong National Audio Theatre Festivals 2011 workshop just behind us, we catch up with Captain Radio who were our ears on the ground in West Plains as well as Phil Proctor of the Firesign Theatre. Phil talks about his career in audio st...

Categories: Firesign Theatre, Great Northern Audio Theater, Interviews, Phil Proctor, Podcast


Episode 231 - NATF Brings us to the Homefront, while Capt Radio takes us on the Cosmic Express

This week we set our sights on West Plains Missouri, where each year a national audio pilgrimage concludes with a spectacular live show broadcast across the world. The National Audio Theatre Festivals concludes their weekly workshop with a live show...

Categories: Drama, National Audio Theater Festivals, Podcast


Episode 230 - Firesign Wants to Know... Immortality, or Death?

We conclude our feature of the legendary Firesign Theatre, the "4 or 5 Krazee Guys" (Phil Austin, Peter Bergman, David Ossman and Phil Proctor) whose embellished sterephonic comedy recordings altered the minds of a generation. After a 17 year hiatus...

Categories: Comedy, Firesign Theatre, Podcast


Episode 229 - Firesign Theatre's Don't Crush That Dwarf, and More Mad Motors

Audio comedy was never quite the same thanks to the antics of The Firesign Theatre, the legendary multi-trackin', sound embellishing, sterephonic surrealistic psychedelic merry band of Phil Austin, Peter Bergmen, David Ossman and Philip Proctor. I...

Categories: Comedy, Firesign Theatre, Podcast


Episode 228 - Firesign Theatre Goes Mad, While We Wait for the Electrician

Audio comedy was never quite the same thanks to the antics of The Firesign Theatre, the legendary multi-trackin', sound embellishing, sterephonic surrealistic psychedelic merry band of Phil Austin, Peter Bergmen, David Ossman and Philip Proctor. W...

Categories: American, Comedy, Podcast


Captain Radio Reviews: The Swamp

Graphic - FunGraphix.com | Theme music - Shane Lamb Title: The Swamp Producer: Tanja Milojevic and LightningBolt Theater of the Mind Type: Drama Genre: Horror Mystery Rating: AD-PG* Availability: Free – LightningBolt Theater o...

Categories: American, Captain Radio Reviews, Drama, Horror, Lightningbolt Theater of the Mind, Mystery, Paeter Frandsen, Radio Drama, Spirit Blade, Tanja Milojevic


Episode 227 - Eurydice Goes Down, Down, Down

Well, they call it Greek tragedy for a reason - and we have it in full force this week with the conclusion of Roger Gregg's The Stuff of Myth. Orpheus finally gets his chance to plead for his Eurydice back and - by God - he gets her! But whatever yo...

Categories: Classics, Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Fantasy, Podcast, Romance


Episode 226 - Orpheus' One True Love, Pendant Power and Rats

The seductive backdrop of Ancient Greece returns in sticky sweet splendor in round 3 of Roger Gregg's The Stuff of Myth. Orpheus recounts the journey to find - and lose - his one true love, Eurydice. In this installment Orpheus finally meets, and lo...

Categories: Classics, Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Radio Drama, Romance


Episode 225 - Sprites and Satyrs, and Cables hit the Ace

The saucy splendor of Ancient Greece heats up this week as Orpheus recounts the journey to find - and lose - his one true love, Eurydice. In this installment we meet some nymphs, a romping satyr, and a career on the road that ends in a doozy. Thi...

Categories: Classics, Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast


Captain Radio Review: Saki's Quail Seed

Graphic - FunGraphix.com | Theme music - Shane Lamb Title: Quail Seed (19 Nocturne Boulevard Anthology) Producer: Julie Hoverson and Wheeality Productions Type: Drama Genre: Social Satire Rating: AD-G* Availability: Free – 1...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, Captain Radio Reviews, Classics, Drama, English, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 224 - The Festival of Bacchus Kicks Off With Stuff of Myth

Ahh, ancient Greece. Hot nymphs, raging orgies, much wine, song, and occasional transformations into livestock. All well and good, right? Well things are more wacky than ever in the sizzling and scandalous interpretation of the myth of Orpheus d...

Categories: Classics, Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Fantasy, Podcast


Captain Radio Review: Harrison Quest

Graphic - FunGraphix.com | Theme music - Shane Lamb Title: Harrison Quest Producer: Justin Piasecki Type: Comedy Genre: Fan Fiction Satire Rating: AD-PG13* Availability: Free – HarrisonQuest.com (available at iTunes as well) ...

Categories: American, Captain Radio Reviews, Comedy, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 223 - Dangerous Women Who Change History

This week we have living history dramatized for you by The Living History Theatre and WYSO of Miami Valley (Ohio). The show, Dangerous Women, chronicles the beginning and end of the nearly century long struggle to give women the right to vote. T...

Categories: Classics, Drama, Living History Theatre, Podcast, WYSO


Captain Radio Review: New Kids on the Block

Graphic - FunGraphix.com | Theme music - Shane Lamb Title: Wireless Theatre Kids Producer: Wireless Theatre Type: Drama Genre: Children’s Educational and Entertainment Audio Plays Availability: Free and Paid – WirelessTheatreKi...

Categories: Captain Radio Reviews, Drama, Fantasy, Mariele Runacre Temple, Podcast, Radio Drama, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 222 - Witches of Lublin Visit for Passover

In our first ever Passover holiday show, today we feature the breathtaking original show The Witches of Lublin by Sue Media Productions, featuring a star-studded cast including Tovah Feldshuh, Simon Jones, Neil Gaiman and Barbara Rosenblat with a sup...

Categories: American, Drama, Podcast, Sue Media, Sue Zizza


Captain Radio Review: Chicago Gumshoes

Graphic - FunGraphix.com | Theme music - Shane Lamb Title: Trouble’s Up In Alphabet Town Producer: Jared Jeffries Type: Comedy Genre: Detective – Noir Spoof – Serial (Adult Innuendo) Availability: Free – Alphabet Town Podca...

Categories: American, Captain Radio Reviews, Comedy, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 221 - Jonathan Mitchell's Moon Graffiti and talking "the Truth"

Our guest today is Jonathan Mitchell, a seasoned radio producer, sound designer and composer whose work has appeared on Studio 360, Radiolab, This American Life, Fair Game, The Next Big Thing, Living on Earth, Weekend America, Marketplace, and All Th...

Categories: Drama, Interviews, Jonathan Mitchell, NPR, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 220 - The Final (Severed) Thread

This week we finish our spellbinding and unforgettable feature of three lives intertwined by cheap labor in India... SEVERED THREADS. Penned by seasoned field recording radio dramatist John Dryden, here is Severed Threads, originally commissioned ...

Categories: BBC, Drama, Goldhawk Productions, John Dryden, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 219 - Severed Threads Cut Loose

This week we continue our feature of three lives intertwined by cheap labor in India... an exploration of the undertow of modern globalism and a test of the theory of degrees of separation... Penned by seasoned field recording radio dramatist John Dr...

Categories: BBC, Drama, Goldhawk Productions, John Dryden, Podcast, Radio Drama, UK and Ireland


Episode 218 - John Dryden's Severed Threads

This week we feature a spectacular original story of three lived intertwined by cheap labor in India... an exploration of the undertow of modern globalism and a test of the theory of degrees of separation... Penned by seasoned radio dramatist John Dr...

Categories: BBC, Drama, John Dryden, Podcast, Radio Drama, UK and Ireland


Episode 217: St Patrick's Day Audio Special Live from Ireland

OK, well the Guiness might actually be starting to run out of your system by the time you hear this, but we couldn't help but raise a cheer for our favorite Dublin-based audio artist this week - Roger Gregg - by replaying some of his excellent work w...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Gothic, National Audio Theater Festivals, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 216: Bradbury 13 Rolls in With "A Sound of Thunder"

Six weeks of awesome sci-fi on Radio Drama Revival culminates this week with our feature of Bradbury 13, one of the most splendid productions ever to grace the annals of radio drama history. If you ever doubted how stereo sound changed the way we de...

Categories: Bradbury 13, Podcast, Ray Bradbury, Science Fiction


Episode 215 - FinalRune Sees the World Get Cleansed

Hooool-ey, mol-ey, folks. After months of anticipation we're eager to finally have our sweaty paws on a copy of FinalRune's remastered podcast-safe edition of The Cleansed - Episode Zero. This thing is crazy! On Halloween, 2038 the world is a pr...

Categories: Drama, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast, Science Fiction, WKIT


Episode 214: The Witch Hunter Goes Postal

This week we conclude "Sci Fi February" with another three episodes from the spectacular Witch Hunter Chronicles. The protagonist of The Witch Hunter Chronicles is Ludlov, who is, well, a witch hunter. However, his real motivation is destroy a cu...

Categories: Fantasy, Gothic, Podcast, Witch Hunter


Captain Radio Review: The [BLEEP] and the CEO

Graphic - FunGraphix.com | Theme music - Shane Lamb Title: The [BLEEP] and the CEO Producer: Larisa Naples Productions Type: Audio Drama Genre: Horror - Humor Availability: Free - Larisa Naples Productions Greetings, Audionauts –...

Categories: Captain Radio Reviews, Horror, Radio Drama


Episode 213 - Ludlov the Witch Hunter Tells His Tale

This week we move to the next chapter of "Sci Fi February" with the blazingly awesome gothic tale, The Witch Hunter Chronicles. In the Witch Hunter Chronicles, we meet Ludlov, who is, well, a witch hunter. However, his real motivation is destroy ...

Categories: Gothic, Podcast, Radio Drama, Witch Hunter


Roger Gregg is Back! Haunted Horror from Latest Gaiety School of Acting Class

Ready for some chills? Then sink into the tub at the Horror Hotel where Roger Gregg has prepared this frightening clip: From Roger: The scene features wonderful performances by Margaret McAuliffe and Genevieve Hulme-Beaman. For location r...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Horror, Roger Gregg


Episode 212 - The FiS Gathers to Go After Cook

We continue "Sci Fi February" with the continuation of a stellar new independent audio sci-fi podcast, Edict Zero - FIS. Sort of like CSI meets Bladerunner, the show follows a mysterious "Mister Cook" (with an awesome, awesome voice which is chill...

Categories: Podcast, Science Fiction, Slipgate Nine, Spirit Blade


Episode 211 - Issuing an Edict... Zero

Wow, folks, I can't think of a more fantastic way to kick off our month of "Sci Fi February" than with the stellar new audio drama serial by Slipgate 9 Entertainment: Edict Zero - FIS. Sort of a CSI meets Bladerunner, the show follows a mysterious...

Categories: Podcast, Science Fiction, Slipgate Nine


Episode 210: Bradley Thunderbird Phoenix's Searing Politics and Soaring Sci-Fi

This week we speak with audio artist Bradley Thunderbird Phoenix, a prolific audio artist who hails from Long Island, New York. He has over 100 audio shorts under his belt, across the spectrum from scathing political satire to eerie science fiction....

Categories: Bradley Thunderbird Phoenix, Interviews, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 208 - Another Visit to 522, Where Struggling Writers Stay Warm in Many Ways...

Today we continue the feature of the 1980 serial Our Life Together Among the Works of Art, a sexy and side-splitting serial that aired on WBAI, telling the woeful tales, struggles, romances, and substance abuses of a group of struggling young writers...

Categories: American, Comedy, Jessica Raimi, Podcast, Romance, WBAI


Episode 207 - A Life Together Among Works of Art

2011 hits and Radio Drama Revival tries something completely different yet again. Today's feature is from the 1980 serial that aired on WBAI, telling the woeful tales, struggles, romances, and substance abuses of a group of struggling young wr...

Categories: American, Comedy, Jessica Raimi, Podcast, WBAI


Episode 206 - On a Twilight Zone "Walkabout," and Talk with Carl Amari

We conclude our three-week run of episodes from the magnificent and long-running Twilight Zone radio dramas. This week we shy away from the holiday-oriented programming and join a hack writer on the hunt for alien abductees in the story "The W...

Categories: Carl Amari, Fantasy, Interviews, Mystery, Podcast, Science Fiction, Twilight Zone


Episode 205 - Twilight Zone's "Gift" for Christmas... Or Humanity?

This week we have a second-round of seasonal programming from The Twilight Zone. Today's tale has a child, a gift for humanity, a small rural village. Wait, is it the Christmas tale? Not quite. Aliens and the Mexican army collide in this ad...

Categories: Drama, Fantasy, Holiday, Mystery, Podcast, Twilight Zone


Episode 204 - Twilight Zone Radio Brings Us a Snow Angel

This week on the show we have a Christmas treat for you... from the 5th Dimension - The Twilight Zone! Since 2002 Carl Amari has been producing these inspired radio adaptations of classic Twilight Zone episodes, starring famous guests like Sta...

Categories: Fantasy, Gothic, Holiday, Horror, Podcast, Twilight Zone


Episode 203 - Chatterbox's Snowglobe Revealed

In the second part of Chatterbox Audio Theater's original work called "Snow Globe" we learn the meaning of a seemingly mystical experience - and we explore the way all of us try to make sense of the past and find new meaning. This is a holiday fab...

Categories: Chatterbox, Holiday, Podcast


Episode 202 - Chatterbox Stories Under the Snowglobe

Seasonal programming begins again on the show with an unconventional Christmas story by Chatterbox Audio Theater, called "Snow Globe." This is a holiday fable for adults, about the stresses the holidays put us under and our desperate desire to fin...

Categories: Chatterbox, Holiday, Podcast


Episode 201 - Mutt Media Brings Us the Art of Pickman

This awesome artwork found on FrostTLU's deviantART page and NOT provided by production company. Buy a print if you like it :)Mm... Nothing like a little bit of raw human flesh eaten by demons from the bowels of hell to help you through a pile of Th...

Categories: Gothic, Horror, Mutt Media, Podcast


Episode 200 - Leonard Allen Wants to Have it Your Way

Holy crap! It's episode 200! After nearly 4 years of radio drama podcasting we hit another round of triple digits. A pretty cool milestone and a great program to share to celebrate. We're featuring another installment of The Mask of Innana, an ...

Categories: American, Interviews, Mystery, Podcast, Post Meridian Radio Players


Episode 199 - The Mask of Innana Goes "After Dark"

We're psyched to bring you more inspired original audio drama this week with the pilot episode of The Mask of Innana, an original series by the Post Meridian Players who you probably have heard about through their live shows in the Boston area. Th...

Categories: Classics, Mystery, Podcast, Post Meridian Radio Players


Episode 198 - Prepare to Be "Starstruck"

Well, listeners, we've mopped up the buckets of blood spilled throughout the month of October and prepare now for an intergalactic adventure aboard the Harpy with Capt. Galatia 9 and her loyal contingent of do-gooders. The show is the exciting new...

Categories: AudioComics Company, Bill Dufris, Comedy, Elaine Lee, Interviews, Lance Axt, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 197 - The Train of Horror Crosses International Falls and Arrives at the Bloody Pacific

This week we feature a thrilling Halloween special with back-to-back horror including works from the Icebox Radio Theater and the Willamette Radio Workshop. These are the last two stops on our Halloween penultimate event - the six-hour live radio ...

Categories: Gothic, Horror, Icebox Radio Theater, Jeff Adams, Podcast, Radio Drama, Willamette Radio Workshop


Episode 196 - Chatterbox's Dark Rendition of Pinocchio

You may recall (and how could you forget?) Chatterbox's award-winning mini series The Dead Girl, which we played back in . That series won a well-deserved Ogle, in no small part due to the taut and suspenseful writing of writer-in-residence Kyle Hat...

Categories: Chatterbox, Classics, Gothic, Horror, Podcast


Episode 195 - FinalRune Returns with a Dark Passenger and Cruel Confession

This week we continue our Halloween fright fest with tales of terror sure to curdle your blood... Close your ears to make the horror stop! We're on a westward train of Transcontinental Terror that will culminate on All Hallow's Eve with a 6-hour f...

Categories: FinalRune, Horror, Podcast


Episode 194 - Preview of "The Cleansed," Then a Trip to the Shadowlands

October horror fright continues! This week we feature the Atlantic Time Zone contributor for Transcontinental Terror, Jack Ward's Electric Vicuna. Before that, however, we feature an early Halloween treat. To apologize for the late 'pod, we have...

Categories: Electric Vicuna, Horror, Podcast


Episode 193 - Halloween Horror Kicks off with 3D Take of "The Cask of Amontillado"

This week Radio Drama Revival starts our fourth annual audio horror extravaganza! Each week you'll enjoy a new bone-chilling tale courtesy of some of audio's most talented (and demented) minds... The sextet we plan to feature are all creators who...

Categories: 3D Horror Fi, Horror, Podcast, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 192 - The Handmaid Makes a Run for It... Conclusion!

And now the extraordinary finale of the BBC Radio 4 production by John Dryden, Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. The story tells of a dismal future where the lines between church and state are no longer distinguishable, woman are no longer allo...

Categories: BBC, Classics, Drama, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 191 - Margaret Atwood's Handmaid Begins Her New Job...

We continue our delicious treat of BBC radio drama this week with the second part of John Dryden's inspired adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. The story tells of a dismal future where the lines between church and state are no longe...

Categories: BBC, Classics, Drama, Podcast


Episode 190 - BBC Radio's The Handmaid's Tale

Oh, dear listeners, today we have a treat for you! It's a story commissioned by the the gold standard in audio drama - the BBC! The show is producer John Dryden's inspired adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale, by Margaret Atwood. The story tells of...

Categories: BBC, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 189 - A Eulogy as Shadows Fall Forward

This week we wrap Crazy Dog Audio Theater's series The Last Harbinger, the chilling and darkly satirical story of Moloch by Roger Gregg. The Harbinger has been captured by the forces of authority, who are determined to reach a guilty verdict and e...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Fantasy, Gothic, Podcast


Episode 188 - The Last Harbinger Gets Smoked

We continue with Crazy Dog Audio Theater's series The Last Harbinger, the chilling and darkly satirical story of Moloch by Roger Gregg. Clickety-clack, no going back - is the sound of a train headed nowhere at a ferocious speed.  The Harbinger br...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Fantasy, Gothic, Podcast


Episode 187 - Moloch's Lights Get a Bit Dimmer

This week we're back in the Crazy Dog saddle with a double headed from the series The Last Harbinger, the chilling and darkly satirical story of Moloch by Roger Gregg. In the land of Moloch, an outsider comes from another dimension bringing the ho...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Fantasy, Gothic, Podcast


Episode 186 - The Zombie Podcast Returns!

Eek! Friday the 13th here on the show and zombies have laid siege on our previously scheduled programming... Yep, it's a feature of We're Alive: A Story of Survival again - this time with a mega episode with the full hour+ finale from season one ...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, Wayland Enterprises


Episode 185 - The War on Poverty and the Entry to Moloch

This week we feature two more delicious bits of audio - a new original five-minute audio short by FinalRune Productions called "The War on Poverty." After so many successful wars on ideologies, America decides to fight its most entrenched evil - pov...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Fantasy, FinalRune, Gothic, Podcast


Episode 184 - Troll Story Wraps up with a Farewell to Rio

Things are not quite over in the Troll of Stony Brook... the troll didn't make out so well, last we heard, but Jamie is dedicated to honoring him and while on a mountain hilltop, encounters some magical things he never expected. And, in another "s...

Categories: Adventure, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 183 - Troll Story Showdown and More Brazilian Antics

In the action-packed climax of FinalRune's tall tale, the Troll of Stony Brook, the troll and Jamie are on the run, desperately searching for a way out of civilization before dawn breaks. But the police are fast, houses are everywhere, and someone d...

Categories: Adventure, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 182 - More Trolling and Fallen Angels

FinalRune's third installment of the Troll of Stony Brook introduces us to the troll - a fearless, man-eating creature for sure, but, um, not without a soft stop. Sadly, humans just won't leave him alone and the rough exterior shows up again. A...

Categories: Fantasy, FinalRune, Mystery, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 181 - Troll Story Continues, More Brass Fantabulous-ness

Serialized audio adventures continue from last week... We have part 2 of FinalRune's new release, "The Troll of Stony Brook," and two more parts of ZBS' Lady Windermere's Brass Fantabulous. This is the last we'll be hearing of ZBS' steampunk goodn...

Categories: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 180 - FinalRune's Stony Troll, and ZBS' Brass Fantabulous

Well, call it a festival of short-form audio fiction. This week we hear the first serialized episode of FinalRune's new tale, The Troll of Stony Brook, an exciting completely original audio drama that makes it out to the world and to your ears first...

Categories: American, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast, Radio Drama, Steampunk, ZBS


Episode 179 - The Wind At Our Backs with the National Audio Theater Festivals

This week we highlight the week-long National Audio Theater Festivals going down right now in West Plains, Missouri. In fact, keep your ears peeled to their website as they'll be streaming live at 8PM EST tonight with their 2010 show: http://natf....

Categories: Drama, National Audio Theater Festivals, Podcast


Episode 178 - Collector's Fever and a Chat with Yuri Rasovsky

This week we wrap up our focus on Yuri Rasovsky, one of audio drama's true greats who has been so kind as to let us re-broadcast pristine stereo recordings of his Beyond 2000 series originally recorded for NPR. Today we feature two last bits - "Co...

Categories: Hollywood Theater of the Ear, Interviews, Podcast, Science Fiction, Yuri Rasovsky


Episode 177 - Robert Heinlein's "By His Bootstraps"

WOW. This week I have the great pleasure of presenting to you, rendered in brilliant stereo sound, this gem of a short story by the grand master Robert A. Heinlein, By His Bootstraps. We again have to thank the esteemed Yuri Rasovsky, who produce...

Categories: Hollywood Theater of the Ear, Podcast, Science Fiction, Yuri Rasovsky


Episode 176 - Going Beyond 2000 to a World of Robots

This week we feature the work of another major name in audio drama - Yuri Rasovsky, a luminary who as of last week boasts two new Audies in a belt well studded with audio awards. If you've never heard the work of "El Fiendo," well, you're in for a t...

Categories: Hollywood Theater of the Ear, Podcast, Radio Drama, Yuri Rasovsky


Episode 175 - Norman Corwin Takes an Audience with the BBC

Photo courtesy NormanCorwin.com This week we wrap up our month-long celebration of the poet laureate of radio, Norman Corwin, who celebrated his centennial this month. We tie together a month of great programming with a documentary by the BBC tha...

Categories: Interviews, Norman Corwin, Podcast


Episode 174 - Norman Corwin's Curse of 589

This week we continue our celebration of Norman Corwin, audio luminary, poet laureate of radio. We skip ahead from the Golden Age of Radio to recent memory - a series he ran sponsored by NPR called "More by Corwin." This was all produced live wit...

Categories: Classics, Fantasy, Norman Corwin, Podcast, Radio Drama


Episode 173 - Norman Corwin's Undecided Molecule

This week we continue our celebration of audio luminary Norman Corwin, who recently celebrated his 100th birthday. We have a report of the birthday bash held in Hollywood care of fellow audio artist Rich Fish: On May 1, the program at the Write...

Categories: Classics, Norman Corwin, Podcast


Episode 172 - 70 Years Later, We Still Hold These Truths...

Norman Corwin working in control booth during radio show "Untitled";1944 Photographer: Gjon Mili #2Courtesy Norman Corwin websiteIn a bold coup for Radio Drama Revival, we look back to yesteryear and the golden age of radio drama to celebrate one of...

Categories: Classics, Norman Corwin, Podcast


Episode 171 - Meeting Aliens Close to Home

Ever feel alone in the world? Then you'll be right at home in today's episode, which features the show The Aliens by WBAI dramatist Barika Edwards. Recorded in New York, with a creative team that spans the globe, The Aliens follows a group of cha...

Categories: Podcast


Episode 170 - Discover the Depths with Leviathan

This week, we feature a truly awesome podcast that is just at home tens of thousands of feet below sea level as it is in distant mountainscapes in Tibet and motorcycle chases in New York City. This incredible trip is called The Leviathan Chronicle...

Categories: Adventure, Christof Laputka, Leviathan Chronicles, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 169 - Another Taste of Wormwood, Past the Crossroads

Wow, over 100 episodes ago we featured Wormwood, what was then a promising new audio suspense series set in the odd backwater town of Wormwood that had some weird taste of the occult. Since that time, the creators of Wormwood have delivered with a...

Categories: Gothic, Mystery, Podcast, Wormwood


Episode 168 - Searcher and Stallion Trek the Galaxy

This week we feature a show that's been kicking around since 1992, but recently enjoyed a "reboot" to 21st century digital FX and post-production. The series? Searcher and Stallion, a sci-fi epic with roots in Salt Lake City community radio that's ...

Categories: KRCL, Podcast, Scott Howard, Searcher and Stallion


Episode 167 - Zombies Return for "War," Creators of We're Alive Chat

At last!  We kick off the audio serial series on Radio Drama Revival, starting with an excellent show we featured back in November - We're Alive, A Story of Survival.. AKA "The Zombie Podcast." We're Alive is now reaching its season 1 finale, and...

Categories: American, Horror, Podcast, Wayland Enterprises


Episode 166 - Going Deep and Meeting Mighty Demons

This week, a tale of lascivious delight and ghosts of the deep below from Crazy Dog Audio Theatre. The tale is Demons of the Deep, from the collection Diabolic Playhouse. Roger calls it: A tempestuous black comedy of entangled relationships se...

Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast


Episode 165 - What Would You Do With Just Five Minutes?

You have minutes to tell a story... Go! So was the challenge presented by Lance Axt in his contest "You Have Five Minutes." What follows is a thirty-minute show of dazzling diversity, showcasing what unique things can happen in short-form sound! ...

Categories: American, Camino Real, Drama, Podcast


Episode 164 - Chatterbox Takes us to the Homestead

What can I say? I love Chatterbox's audio work because they keep putting out challenging, interesting, original stuff. I recently listened to their show "Homestead" and it was show arresting I knew I had to feature it on the show. Meet three adu...

Categories: Chatterbox, Drama, Podcast


Episode 163 - Southwestern Ghosts with Never Paid Radio

This week we return to and wrap up our series on ghosts - the spooky, rather than the malevolent type. Our featured artist is Never Paid Radio, a group out of Prescott, Arizona that first introduces us to a painting of a train depot near the Grand...

Categories: Adventure, Gothic, Never Paid Radio, Podcast, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 162 - Wall Street Journal Featured Radio Play: Joe Gunther Audio Pilot

Phew, so, if you looked at The Wall Street Journal yesterday, you would've seen an article about FinalRune Productions and our newest project we're announcing to the world: the serialization of the novel Open Season by Archer Mayor. Today we featu...

Categories: American, FinalRune, Mystery, Podcast


Episode 161 - Don't Get Mauled by the Three Toed Horse

From the depths of the desert comes a malevolent force that did not wanted to be disturbed. Like in a terrible dream, Geologist Elias Ullstrom must run for his life lest he be caught by forces that want nothing but his demise. Of course, he did p...

Categories: Podcast


Episode 160: The Explorers Club's "Resident Member"

This week, our stories of spooks continues with a more mischievous ghost than we encountered in last week's tale of Sinister Properties. At the Etheric Explorers Club, the gentlemen members are confronted with impossible things, and when it can't ...

Categories: Comedy, Gothic, Podcast, Something Wicked


Episode 159: Ghosts Lurk On These Sinister Properties...

For the month of February Radio Drama Revival is featuring stories of a ghostly shade... Stories of ghosts sinister and lonely, vengeful and cantankerous. There are NO shortage of ethereal stories in audio land, but we're going to be focusing on som...

Categories: Horror, Podcast


Episode 158: Sci Fi of a Darker Shade

This week we feature the work of Darker Projects, purveyors of audio drama of a darker shade. And do they deliver! With more than a dozen podcasts covering werewolves, vampires, zombies, aliens, and much more, head over to their website to sate y...

Categories: American, Darker Projects, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 157 - These Jokes Get Spacey

This week, we feature the live Mark Time Award Radio Show from CONvergence 2009, put on by our friends, the Great Northern Audio Theater. I was behind-the-scenes on this show and got an opportunity to speak with GNAT's Brian Price, Jerry Stearns, ...

Categories: American, Comedy, Great Northern Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 156 - Running Transmissions Through Outer Space

This week we begin an outer space motif with an interesting new podcast - Transmissions from Escape Pod X. The podcast features short original works and old time radio retellings received from the archives of an escape pod lost somewhere beyond the ...

Categories: Classics, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 155 - FinalRune Visits Three Skeleton Key

Today we feature the final installment in FinalRune's 2009 project of old time radio re-creations with the Mad Horse Theater Company. The tale is the classic "Three Skeleton Key," recorded many times, no doubt, but never before (we suspect) in a g...

Categories: Adventure, American, Classics, FinalRune, Horror, Podcast


Episode 154 - Chatterbox Tells a Story of Those Dead and Gone

The writing of James Joyce is as much known for how challenging it is to decipher as for its portraits of humanity in a difficult world. Its hard enough to find audiobooks of his work (could you imagine a single-voiced reading of Ulysses?), and it s...

Categories: American, Chatterbox, Classics, Holiday, Podcast


Episode 153: The Blue Carbuncle Finds Its Way Home... And Holmes' Painful Predicament

This week we feature the conclusion to Quicksilver Radio Theater's adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes Tale, The Blue Carbuncle. Last week we found a precious gem lodged in the gullet of a Christmas goose, which led Sherlock and Watson on a quest to...

Categories: American, Classics, Holiday, Mystery, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 152 - In Search of the Blue Carbuncle

This week we bring back the Quicksilver Radio Theater in a most peculiar of Sherlock Holmes tales set during the Christmas season. A fat goose, a random mugging, and a precious gem. How do all three relate, and who committed this most unusual cri...

Categories: American, Classics, Holiday, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 151: Kiss Santa Goodbye... Or at least, the Cruel World

Well, things didn't go exactly how Lester predicted in the first episode of Goodbye, Cruel World but he's made it to Santa's candy-cane palace and now he's ready for his assault on the fat man in red. But, it's not easy to sneak a fire-breathing d...

Categories: Comedy, Holiday, Podcast, Theater of the Midnight Sun


Episode 150 - The Most Wonderful Time to Say Goodbye to a Cruel World

Lester Melrose is sick of jolly old men, gumdrops, candy canes, elves, and a thousand other delights. He wants to bring the big sick world down to its knees and is out for a guy in a red suit who stands in his way. Aiding him in this quest is a c...

Categories: Comedy, Holiday, Podcast, Theater of the Midnight Sun


Episode 149 - The Big Dark, Audio Vampire Crime Drama

What are we thankful for here at Radio Drama Revival? Compelling, original audio drama... like what you're about to hear today, the latest from 19 Nocturne Boulevard. A tough southern belle dectective investigates a series of mysterious murders w...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, American, Horror, Podcast


Episode 148 - The Zombies Are Coming... But We're Alive!

Ahhh, the living dead. Just in case the onslaught of reanimated corpses in my Halloween special weren't enough to suite your tastes for the undead, we've got a plentiful serving of more from our new friends Wayland Enterprises, a group of California...

Categories: American, Horror, Podcast, Wayland Enterprises


Episode 147: Roger Gregg's "Ghost Behind the Black Door"

Well, the dust is not yet settled on Halloween and the eeriness seeps into this month... Starting with the original "Ghost Behind the Black Door," to contrast the same tale we re-told in my 2009 Halloween Live Radio Drama. So, the story? A couple...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Horror, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Halloween 2009 Radio Show... Horror for Your Ears!

Art by Simon Adams This Halloween, FinalRune Productions had a live radio drama... Details forthcoming, but here's the audio!!! Halloween Show 2009 Stories Include: The ...

Categories: Horror, News


Episode 146 - Don't Get Lost On the Ice!!

Jeff Adams is one talented dude. He's done very well with his Icebox Radio Theater, and while I love his family-friendly stuff, imo it's with the creepy stuff that his talents as a writer and producer really shine. If you doubt this, go tune into...

Categories: Horror, Icebox Radio Theater, Jeff Adams, Podcast


Live Halloween Radio Drama for 2009 - The Master List

Photo by Randy, Son of RobertAlright, here it is, folks - three days before Halloween and the height of scary story season. My inbox has been bombarded with new stuff all this month which I've been dying to get out there to you, and there is just ...

Categories: FinalRune, Horror, Icebox Radio Theater, News, Radio Drama, Willamette Radio Workshop


Five Free Scary Stories for Halloween

Oh yeah, nothing makes me happier than sharing creepy tales for you my great fans of audio drama.  I was recently invited to post over on SFFAudio, and figured I should share these ghoulish delights with my loyal listeners as well! I ALWAYS have ...

Categories: Horror, Radio Drama, Reviews, Wormwood, ZBS


Episode 145: Sorry, Wrong Number Comes to Radio Drama Revival

Eek!  How does one of the most popular tales from radio drama's golden age make it onto a modern audio drama podcast?  When that tale has been re-envisioned by a modern group, as has been done again by Mad Horse Theater Company and FinalRune Produc...

Categories: Classics, FinalRune, Horror, Podcast


Bonus! Quicksilver's Frankenstein Stalks Again...

Art by Kerry GammillTrick or treat?  No, treat! Today's bonus episode is from Quicksilver Radio Theater, a tremendously great group based out of New York City who have brought us such gems as Good Friday, 1865, Lincoln's Last Day, The Speckled Ba...

Categories: American, Classics, Horror, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 144: People From Away Get Lost on "The Nephews" and the Vault Keeper Makes an Appearance

This week we welcome the audio mastery of Bill Dufris and his Mind's Eye Productions back to the show. We've heard him previously with his story "The Derelict" and the year before on our Halloween Special with the Lovecraft tale, "The Statement of R...

Categories: American, Bill Dufris, Horror, Podcast


Episode 143: Stoddesden Hall is Rather Grim...

This week our Halloween-inspired Ghoulishness continues its fervor and picks up the pace with a haunting tale of woe from the audio masters of The Wireless Theater Company. In a remote, aging manorhouse in England, Edgar, the disaffected manor-kee...

Categories: Horror, Podcast, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 142 - The Gore Begins with a Tribute to Ghiallo Thrillers

Let the Gore begin!! (Sorry, I had to) Our October scary story month starts off with a stylish and slick (with blood) tribute to Italian Ghiallo thrillers by 19 Nocturne Boulevard. A woman troubled with mental problems moves into an apartment w...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, Horror, Podcast


October Schedule: Audio Horror for Your Ears!

Photo by Randy, Son of Robert It's Halloween all October on Radio Drama Revival! The third annual scary stories month has tales from both coasts of America and far abroad, culminating in a spooktacular live Halloween radio drama that will be aired...

Categories: Horror, Upcoming Shows


Episode 141 - FinalRune Returns with a Dangerous Game

Closing the month of September is a production I'm thrilled to share with you. It's the first work out of a three-part collaboration of FinalRune Productions and the Mad Horse Theater Company. The project took classic old time radio plays and broug...

Categories: Adventure, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 140: Rounding the End of "Pluto"

This week we conclude our trip to a remote mountaintop of Chile, where we encounter four humans on a direct collision with the cosmos, themselves, and the weirdnesses of fate. Who is really in control of our destinies? What's in a name? Pluto, by ...

Categories: Drama, Interviews, Podcast, Promising Productions


Episode 139: To the Outer Reaches of Earth... With "Pluto"

Today we continue our focus on UK alternatives to the BBC with the aptly titled Promising Productions. Promising Productions looks to the result of efforts from two talented journalism, marketing, and multimedia professionals who have turned their...

Categories: Drama, Podcast, Promising Productions, Radio Drama


PMRP Announces Halloween Show, Launches YouTube Channel

As you may remember, for New Year's of this year I finally got to see The Post-Meridian Radio Players live on First Night, doing one of their originals Red Shift, Interplanetary Do-gooder (a fun spin-off/tribute to campy 50s sci-fi) as well as their ...

Categories: Horror, Post Meridian Radio Players


Episode 138: Getting Stoned at the Beach Was Never So Greek...

This week we welcome back The Wireless Theatre Company, a splendid UK-based audio production group who just keeps getting better... can you believe they've only been around for three or so years?  They have close to a hundred radio plays produced no...

Categories: Classics, Podcast, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 137: The End of the Sphinx Affair (For Now)

This week we conclude our run of episodes by Boston-based Colonial Radio Theater, the “Yankee Clipper and the Adventure of the Golden Sphinx.” The third episode just gets us to the action as it's heating up, but head over to Spoken Network to ...

Categories: American, Colonial Radio Theater, Jerry Robbins, Podcast


Episode 136: The Golden Sphinx Gets Gone

This week we continue the series by Boston-based Colonial Radio Theater, the “Yankee Clipper and the Adventure of the Golden Sphinx.” With two guards of a mysterious golden sphinx found dead, and the sphinx itself found missing, the crew of th...

Categories: Adventure, Colonial Radio Theater, Podcast


Episode 135: A Sail on the Yankee Clipper with Colonial Radio Theater

This week we welcome Boston-area Colonial Radio Theater on the Air to the show with their series "Yankee Clipper and the Adventure of the Golden Sphinx." Colonial Radio is a long-running and prolific production company whose work has appeared on sat...

Categories: Adventure, Colonial Radio Theater, Podcast


Episode 133: Joe Lansdale Joins Us for Halloween in July

This week is the "Halloween in July" episode, so named because we welcome back horror writer Joe R. Lansdale for an interview about his latest two books, Sanctified and Chicken Fried and Vanilla Ride. We talk to Joe about the joy of storytelling, ho...

Categories: American, Grist Mill, Horror, Interviews, Joe Lansdale, Podcast


Episode 132: Behind the Curtain of "The Flickerman"

the flickerman is a cerebral, post-modern, interactive audio.... something. Is it a drama? Is it reality? The two seem to blur as we talk to the series' producer - Lance Dann - who tells us how this intense audio conspiracy was re-created from tap...

Categories: Drama, flickerman, Lance Dann, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 131: Mark Time Winner "The Outpost"

We wrap up our focus on the 2008 Mark Time Awards with the presentation of the Gold Mark Time winner, 19 Nocturne Boulevard's "The Outpost." We talked to the series' diva, Julie Hoverson, back in December so we throw that interview in here for good t...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, American, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 130, Part 2 of 2 – Mark Time Award Radio Show from CONvergence 2008

In part 2 of our mega-episode celebrating CONvergence, we feature Great Northern's 2008 Mark Time Award live radio show, featuring the tales "Magic Notes," "Broken Tree Bridge," and "The Last Shuttle." Much fun ensures. Enjoy. [audio:http://medi...

Categories: American, Comedy, Great Northern Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 130, Part 1 of 2 - Interviews from CONvergence 2009

This week on the show Fred's still giddy from CONvergence 2009 (#cvg2009 to you Twitterers) and happy we get to share some great interviews from the convention. The first features the all-star crew of Great Northern Audio Theater - Brian Price and h...

Categories: American, Brian Price, Great Northern Audio Theater, Interviews, Jerry Stearns, Podcast


Episode 129 - Ogle Award Winner "Waiting for a Window," Live from CONVergence 2009

This week I had the incredible honor, pleasure, and generally awesome time of heading to Minneapolis, Minnesota to pick up the Ogle Award for my production, Waiting for a Window. To celebrate, we have it on the show for an encore presentation today....

Categories: American, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 128: NATF in the Field and "The Return of the Bogman Mummy"

A mega-episode here today to celebrate the NATF workshop down in West Plains, Missouri, and then moving on to our focus on this year's Ogle and Mark Time winners. Lance Axt, man of many hats, introduces us to several personalities at NATF and give...

Categories: American, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Lance Axt, National Audio Theater Festivals, Podcast


Episode 127: Tom Lopez's 4-Minute Film Noir and Commentary on NATF

This week we have the huge pleasure of talking to Tom Lopez of the ZBS Foundation on his new effort with the 4-Minute Film Noir, fun videos that take film noir caricatures and blend them with Lopez's stellar wit, timing, and sense of humor. We als...

Categories: American, Comedy, Mystery, Podcast, Tom Lopez, ZBS


Episode 126: Haunted by Hayward, and Richard Fish Talks NATF

This week we talk to an all-out audiofile -- Richard Fish, actor, producer, and promoter based in Bloomington, Indiana. Since first inspired by the merry madness of the Firesign Theater, Rich has been transformed by radio and contributed in big ways...

Categories: American, Horror, Interviews, Last Minute Productions, Podcast, Richard Fish


The True History of Magic Bullet: An interview with Alan Stevens, producer of Kaldor City and Faction Paradox. (Part 1 of 2)

Today I present part one of the Malleus interview with Alan Stevens of Magic Bullet, audio dramatist, writer, and producer of the Kaldor City and The True History of Faction Paradox audio drama serials. In this installment, Stevens discusses what...

Categories: English, Fantasy, Genre, Gothic, Horror, Interviews, Malleus, Mystery, Region, Science Fiction, UK and Ireland


Episode 125: Lance Axt and the Gospel of Chaz

Photo blatantly ripped from Wikipedia This week we invite back Lance Roger Axt, audio aficionado, to talk about his work with Play It By Ear Productions, social media guru-dom with the National Audio Theater Festivals, and his new work with AudioC...

Categories: American, Interviews, Lance Axt, Play it By Ear Productions, Podcast


Episode 124: Going Far Afield to Meet Western Ghosts

This week we continue our focus on artists who have been involved with the National Audio Theater Festivals, the upcoming week-long workshop dedicated to audio drama located in West Plains, Missouri. This week's drama is a feature produced by La...

Categories: Adventure, American, National Audio Theater Festivals, Play it By Ear Productions, Podcast


Episode 123: Sound Artistry and NATF with Dianne Ballon

This week we talk to Dianne Ballon, a Maine-based sound artist and audio educator who came down as a live guest to WMPG in Portland, Maine, where Radio Drama Revival originates. We talk about Dianne's experience both as a participant and instructor ...

Categories: Dianne Ballon, Interviews, National Audio Theater Festivals, Podcast


Malleus interview: Nigel Fairs speaks on The Faction Paradox Protocols

This week I'm pleased to post my interview with Nigel Fairs, who cast, directed, composed and mixed the Faction Paradox Protocols published by BBV. Many know Nigel from his work on the Sapphire and Steel and Tomorrow People audio drama serials f...

Categories: Adventure, Drama, English, Fantasy, Gothic, Horror, Interviews, Malleus, Region, Science Fiction, UK and Ireland


Episode 122 - Double Header From Chatterbox Audio Theater

This week we welcome back our friends from Chatterbox Audio Theater with a double-header of thrilling and chilling audio drama: Six and Surfacing (Part 1). Both are penned by Chatterbox's own Kyle Hadley and are properly disturbing, in that way yo...

Categories: American, Chatterbox, Horror, Podcast


Bonus Crazy Dog 'Cast - The Stuff of Myth, Part 1

Ahh, ancient Greece. Hot nymphs, raging orgies, much wine, song, and occasional transformations into a goat. All well and good, right? Well things are more wacky than ever in the sizzling and scandalous interpretation of the myth of Orpheus done...

Categories: Classics, Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Roger Gregg, UK and Ireland


Episode 121: Ferdia the Funky Druid

This week we dig into Roger Gregg's uncommonly heard Crazy Dog Live compilation -- a series of half-hour radio performances staged live. And what fun it is! Not all is as it seems with Ferdia the Druid. Learn what awkwardness and hilarity lurks ...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Faction Paradox: A Layman's guide to the Audio Drama Serials

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Categories: Adventure, Drama, English, Fantasy, Gothic, Horror, Malleus, Science Fiction, UK and Ireland


Episode 120: The Hippest Satyr Gets Smoked

This week we feature Roger Gregg's smokin' adaptation of the Greek myth of Marsyas. Marsyas was just an average satyr, drinkin', screwin', sleepin' and generally carrying on with the band of Dionysus... until he fights a magical horn which changes hi...

Categories: Classics, Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Roger Gregg, UK and Ireland


Episode 119: An Interview with James Kicklighter About "Theater of the Mind"

This week we speak with James Kicklighter, a talented young filmmaker who was recruited to direct the new documentary on the golden age of radio, Theater of the Mind. The project was sponsored by Georgia Southern university and kicks off a decade-lo...

Categories: American, Interviews, James Kicklighter, Podcast


Episode 117: Roger Gregg, Radio Wizard

Gadzooks! This week we speak to the one-and-only, inimitable, incredible, fiendishly creative Roger Gregg of Crazy Dog Audio Theater. From deep in his secret lair of audio drama mystique in Dublin, Ireland I picked his brain about his career, his...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Interviews, Podcast, Roger Gregg


Episode 116: Digging Deep Into the Heart of Morphine

This week on the show we welcome back the work of Roger Gregg with a piece created in cooperation with the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland. Morgan O'Brien hangs in limbo between life and death, and finds the afterlife a much wilder plac...

Categories: Comedy, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Roger Gregg, UK and Ireland


Bonus Interview: A Conversation with John Goodwin

This week we feature a bonus episode of an interview with John Goodwin, President of Galaxy Press, the creators of the L Ron Hubbard Golden Age Stories Collection. In an age of videos why make these stories in sound? Why dramatize instead of choo...

Categories: Interviews, John Goodwin, L Ron Hubbard, Podcast


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

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 200...

Categories: English, Fantasy, Gothic, Horror, Malleus, Mystery, Science Fiction, UK and Ireland


Episode 115: The End of a Long March (Orders is Orders Part 4)

Fred's back! After a great adventure through the hills of Ireland and Dublin City (where I met Roger Gregg, the brains behind Crazy Dog Audio Theatre), I take by the mic as we conclude our adventure through an alternate WW2-era world where Japan wag...

Categories: Adventure, American, L Ron Hubbard, Podcast


Episode 114: Orders is Orders, Part 3 of 4

This week, we continue our adventure through an alternate WW2-era world where Japan wages war against China. In the besieged city of Shunkien, only the American consulate remains standing, though their situation looks grim: food is running low and...

Categories: Adventure, American, L Ron Hubbard, Podcast


Episode 113: Orders is Orders Part 2 of 4

This week, we return to our regularly scheduled programming... an adventure through an alternate WW2-era world where Japan wages war against China. In the besieged city of Shunkien, only the American consulate remains standing, though their situat...

Categories: Adventure, American, L Ron Hubbard, Podcast


Bonus Episode: Short Sketches Begging for Dough!

Already, gear up your ears and break out your wallet for bonus programming! Radio Drama Revival proudly originates from WMPG in Portland, Maine and to celebrate our spring fund drive, the aptly titled "Begathon," we have new short-shorts from Fina...

Categories: Comedy, FinalRune, Podcast, WMPG


Episode 112: Our First Set of Marching Orders

This week, we start another story from the excellent Golden Age Stories collection of L Ron Hubbard pulp drama. This time we bounce from the far flung rings of Saturn we encountered in The Great Secret to an alternate WW2-era world where Japan wag...

Categories: Adventure, American, L Ron Hubbard, Podcast


Episode 111: The Afterlives Turn Ugly Gray

We continue following our motley crew of undead adventures in a second installment of the Scotland-based drama, Afterlives. Followed with an interview with its creator, Alan McDonald, from cloudy Glasgow. Enjoy! R...

Categories: Afterlives, Comedy, Interviews, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 110: Romping Through the Afterlives

What happens after we die? Is it an eternal sleep? A land of milk and honey? A place of fire and damnation? A trip back to this world to learn another lesson? ... Or do we meet pixies, a totalitarian state, vampires, petty devils and inappropriat...

Categories: Afterlives, Comedy, Podcast, UK and Ireland


President's Day Special: Lincoln's Last Day Remembered

Well, today might be traditionally when we think about the birthdays of Presidents, but thanks to our friends at the Quicksilver Radio Theater, we'll be solemnly aware of the death of great Presidents, in this case that of honorable old Abe. In Go...

Categories: American, Classics, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 109: More Angels, and a Bit of Hell on Earth

This week, we continue a rather non-angelic look at the world of humanity with the Soul Patrol, our angels set out to help save humanity from itself... and man, it is NOT a pleasant task. Last week we jumped mid-way into the first season, this wee...

Categories: Interviews, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 108: The Soul Patrol's Indecision

This week we transition from the world of Christian sci-fi to that of theological drama with a slightly different twist. The Soul Patrol is sort of the Mod Squad meets Dogma, as a band of angels sets out trying to help save humanity from ourselves b...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 107: Dark Rituals Test the Strength of Our Heroes

This week, we continue through the sci-fi Christian epic of Spirit Blade, Dark Ritual, by Spirit Blade Productions. Our intrepid heroes suddenly find themselves in the most dire straits of their lives, but are they abandoned or being tested? Foll...

Categories: American, Interviews, Podcast, Spirit Blade


Episode 106: Now It's Time to show Some Spirit

We stay out in distant galaxies for at least a few more weeks, going now to a world oppressed by powerful corporation and infiltrated by demons in benign guise -- the world of the Spirit Blade! This deliciously produced, action-packed Christian scie...

Categories: American, Podcast, Science Fiction, Spirit Blade


Episode 105: The Beast Within, and a Mighty Big Secret

This week, we continue exploring the work of L Ron Hubbard and his Golden Age Stories -- that's golden age of pulp fiction here, not radio (though they both converge!). We find out what happens to the "Great White Hunter" who has become haunted by...

Categories: American, L Ron Hubbard, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 104: Confronting "The Beast"

Pulp stories might not be the first thing to cross your mind when thinking of L Ron Hubbard, and Galaxy Press has set out to set the record straight. In reality, Hubbard was insanely prolific during the "golden age" both of pulp fiction and radio, a...

Categories: American, L Ron Hubbard, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 103: A Taste of "Chicken Heart" to Ring in the New Year

Episode one-hundred and three? Holy-fricken-cow! We're closing on the show's two-year anniversary and kicking off 2009 with a larger-than-life show to celebrate... It's the Post Meridian Radio Player's studio rendition of the classic Lights Out ...

Categories: American, Podcast, Post Meridian Radio Players


Episode 102: Christmas Extravaganza!

Well, Santa Radio was very good to us this year and stuffed my stocking with TONS of great stuff to share with you... So break open that new mp3 player and stock it up! We have Christmas classic, Christmas irreverent, lots of voices and more tha...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, American, Chesterton Productions, Holiday, Interviews, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 101: Take a Sip of Saki (or 4) with 19 Nocturne Boulevard

This past Thursday marked the birthday of British writer HH Munroe AKA Saki, known for his razor-sharp stories of tricks and humor slicing up the British aristocracy. Doft your Edwardian cap as we listen to this deliciously devilish rendition of fou...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, American, Comedy, Podcast


Episode 100: Be There Sleet, or Snow, or Slice...

It was not a pretty day in Portland, Maine. And though I trolled around looking for Wifi connection in the middle of a severe ice storm, there was no internet to be found (just snapped tree limbs and downed powerlines, which, after we'd driven across...

Categories: Chesterton Productions, Podcast


Episode 99: Winter Begins Under the Shadow of the Bear...

This week we move from the world of the macabre to that of the fantastic, with a contemporary fairy-tale retelling by Chesterton Productions - The Shadow of the Bear. Based on Regina Doman's novel of the same name, this epic audio adventure follow...

Categories: American, Chesterton Productions, Classics, Podcast


Episode 98: A Kafkaesque Turn, and Chatter from the Chatterboxers

I couldn't resist. In addition to a great interview with Bob Arnold and Kyle Hadley of Chatterbox Audio Theater, I put up another one of their shows, "In the Penal Colony" by Franz Kafka. A foreigner is brought to see the "wonders" of a remote pe...

Categories: American, Chatterbox, Interviews, Podcast


Episode 97: The Dead Girl... Is Back?

Oh yes, friends, here it is -- the stunning conclusion to Chatterbox Audio Theater's The Dead Girl... and what a doozy it is. Father Hugh has done everything he can to drown his forlorn faith in the bottom of a bottle but even through the cloud of...

Categories: American, Chatterbox, Horror, Podcast


Episode 96: Secrets Revealed by the Rising of "The Dead Girl"

Chatterfest continues! Last week we were introduced to the cursed town of Bloody Springs, Lousiana, and the tortured priest Father Hugh Brooks who finds his dwindling faith and theory of "logic and reason" put to the ultimate test when a dead girl...

Categories: Chatterbox, Horror, Podcast


Episode 95: Chattering to the Dead Girl's Tune

This week I have the huge pleasure of introducing you to Chatterbox Audio Theater, a group that, if they haven't graced your ears yet, will completely blow you away. Like all of us, they appear to have more enthusiasm than money, but that hasn't s...

Categories: American, Chatterbox, Horror, Podcast


Halloween Special: Your Fill of Gory Stories!

Ghoulish tales for the ear were heard last night as goblins and ghosts radiated out through the radio waves... Hear it now! Radio Dram...

Categories: American, Bill Dufris, Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Echo Fiction, FinalRune, Grist Mill, Horror, Podcast, Roger Gregg


Episode 94: A Treat for Halloween... Joe Lansdale Talks "Razor"

We've heard the terrifying throes of God of the Razor before, but this time we go behind the scenes of this glorious gory tale by talking to author Joe R. Lansdale, who also happens to be the author of, oh, 30+ other books and 200 short stories and t...

Categories: American, Grist Mill, Horror, Interviews, Joe Lansdale, Podcast


Episode 93: The Buoy Clangs As the Water Rises...

In the second half of The Buoy, our hapless tourist lays tied out, miles from shore, in the bitter cold with only the toll of the buoy and rising waves as company. Is his fate to die alone in the dark or will the full moon tide not rise enough to dr...

Categories: American, Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater, Horror, Podcast


Episode 92: The Buoy Dips Deeper...

It's gotta be something in the water up here in New England. In all the fog and gruff folks and lonely islands, the imagination takes on the shape of darkness lurking just out of reach, and dangers below and above the water... And what a tale to c...

Categories: American, Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater, Horror, Podcast


Episode 91: Making Book Tells a Gory Story

In this continuation of our October fright-thon, we welcome the spectacular new paranormal tales series 19 Nocturne Boulevard to the show. In the creepily original "Making Book," a street-savvy brother and sister team are torn apart by a stran...

Categories: 19 Nocturne Boulevard, American, Horror, Podcast


This October... More Thrills and Chills (But Mostly Ghouls)

Terrorists celebrate! (Err... We're sorry, we mean "fans of horror.") If you love bloodletting, screaming, shrieking and near (and a little past near) scrapes with death, then this is your month to tune into Radio Drama Revival. In the 2nd-annual...

Categories: Horror, Upcoming Shows


Episode 90: Halloween Horror Kicks Off! Union Signal's Dead Man's Hole...

LET HORROR BE UNLEASHED!!! Err, before that, how about your wallet: If you like Radio Drama Revival, mosey on over to WMPG who desperately needs your support to keep shows like mine on the air. Plus you get cool schwag. Anyways, back to the hor...

Categories: American, Horror, Podcast, Union Signal


Episode 89: Don't Get Stuck on the Island... FinalRune's New "Window"

At long last, FinalRune Productions is back with the original story of a man waylaid on his way somewhere else, "Waiting for a Window." Starring an incredible cast of voice actors including Bill Dufris, Joe Duley, Charly Duley, Ed Patterson, "Man" an...

Categories: American, Comedy, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 88: Yikes! Monsters Mosey on Over...

This week we yell... Yikes! as we're entertained by the creative madness of one of Portland, Maine's newest, and surely the most demented (in a good kind of way), Yikes! Monsters. Produced by yours truly, the show today features monologues and sho...

Categories: American, Comedy, Podcast, Yikes! Monsters


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 ...

Categories: Adventure, American, Classics, Mystery, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


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 toda...

Categories: American, Classics, Mystery, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 85: Williamsville Returns, Foretelling a "Window"

Well, folks, it's with great pleasure that I bring back my own FinalRune Productions to the show with an encore presentation of the wacktastic comedy, "Tales from Williamsville." How do one repressed arsonist, a sexually-charged geriatric, a sli...

Categories: American, Comedy, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 84: Talking 'Bout Jack (Kerouac)

This week, we talk to the creators of Jack's Last Call, audio veteran Sue Zizza (producer) and Pat Fenton (playwright). Learn about the origins of this tale, Jack's transition to the audio form, and the dark alleyways of one famous American writer's ...

Categories: American, Interviews, Podcast, Sue Media, Sue Zizza


Episode 83: Jack's Called Home

This week, the tap keeps flowing at Gunther's Tap Room where Jack Kerouac is rambling stories about his days on the road, while realizing that a whole new generation has arrived that he doesn't like the looks of. Soak up the oozing jazz, fiery bourb...

Categories: American, Podcast, Sue Zizza


Episode 82: We Begin the Night with Jack's Last Call

Jack Kerouac hardly needs an introduction, nor does Sue Media, the professional production company operated by Sue Zizza, accomplished producer and former executive director of the National Audio Theater Festivals.? But unlike the free-roaming, spraw...

Categories: Adventure, American, Podcast, Sue Zizza


Episode 81: Goring Up for "Slasher"

Gosh, I wanted to dig into my behind-the-scenes coverage for "Slasher" but didn't get beyond an amazing interview with Scott Hickey and Brian Price, the two men most responsible for the thrilling (and chilling) new tale by The Grist Mill. As you'l...

Categories: American, Brian Price, Grist Mill, Horror, Podcast, Scott Hickey


Episode 80: Captain Hudson Lands...

In a special-hour long episode and the second half of our feature of Captain Hudson, we track Captain Hudson as he and intrepid mechanic "Flaps" land in Northern California looking for work. While they may not find that wild goose, they soon find mu...

Categories: Adventure, American, Podcast


Episode 79: Captain Hudson Takes Off

This week, we enter the adventures of aviation's yesterday with The Adventures of Captain Hudson, an expansive 4-hour epic audio adventure by Audio Cinema Entertainment.? In this first half, excerpted from Disc 1 of the series, Captain Hudson goes mi...

Categories: Adventure, American, Podcast


Malleus Review: Sticks by Karl Edward Wagner, a binaural audio drama by ZBS (English)

9 out of 10 What possessed Tom Lopez to do this half-baked horror tale? Devil or angel, it was an inspired muse: Lopez doesn't just adapt Wagner's story, he rewrites it, and the result is far more chilling than the original. ? Adapted by M...

Categories: American, English, Horror, Malleus, ZBS


Episode 78: Martha Manning's Speaks Her Mind... And Dotty Gets Her Way

In our last hooray for Pepper Pickle Pennsylvania (for the present) we pontification on pomegranate punch with Martha Manning, star of "The Many Men of Martha Manning," the outstanding radio comedy we've been listening to for the past few weeks. P...

Categories: American, Comedy, Interviews, Podcast


Episode 77: Martha Manning's Ode to Joy... and Pickles

This week, Martha Manning discovers her long-lost husband, Bill, only to encounter the dastardly deeds of Professor Von Housen! (or a close approximation thereof).? How do pickles and Scientific American save the world?? Find out in the riveting conc...

Categories: American, Comedy, Podcast


Episode 76: Martha Manning's Many Men...

We zip back across the ocean this week to crash-land into surreal Pepper Pickle, Pennsylvania, where the sweet-as-pie housewife Martha Manning ponders her many men. Enjoy this laugh-out-loud soap opera lampoon! [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/r...

Categories: American, Comedy, Podcast


Malleus review: The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, an audio drama adapted by Erik Bauersfeld (English)

4 out of 10 A flawed curiosity, the Mind's Eye production of Kafka's surreal, tragicomic tale of the salesman-turned-cockroach is notable for a striking voice effect and an outstanding performance by Erik Bauersfeld. Listening to him, you'll b...

Categories: English, Horror, Malleus


Episode 75: Wireless Theatre Company Tells the Truth!

This week, we talk with Mariele of the The Wireless Theatre Company, the now one-year-old audio drama company that's gone from UK newcomer to reliable source of compelling new stories. Hear about the story of the Company, their fight to get theater t...

Categories: Interviews, Mariele Runacre Temple, Podcast, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 74: Funereal Bells, Wedding Bells, and Old Age...

This week we conclude the Youth of Old Age, a classic-style British comedy with fiery wit and sharp writing. What happens to the young man who's desperate to marry, but wants to please his dragon-tongue grandmother at the same time? And to what end w...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Malleus review: The Buoy (English)

9 out of 10 As the buoy dips and water closes over your head for the final time, you reach a terrifying conclusion:? Steven Thomas Oney is one hell of a writer. Written and directed by Stephen Thomas Oney Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theat...

Categories: American, Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater, English, Horror, Malleus


Episode 73: Beware the Barbed Tongue - There's Youth in Old Age!

Fawlty Towers fans rejoice, this week we've got a fiery comedy from the classic British school of language deering-do in the amazingly agile tale, "The Youth of Old Age" by the Wireless Theatre Company.? What happens when a young man returns to his h...

Categories: Comedy, Podcast, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 72: Getting Wrecked on the Information Superhighway

Well, just because you exist in a place where human law is not even understood, does NOT mean that human activity doesn't take place... as evidenced by the wild turns taken in the conclusion of this postmodern play. Enjoy! [audio:http://media.b...

Categories: Drama, Podcast, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 71: Headed West on the Information Superhighway...

Welcome to the Weeks of Wireless! For a good month or so now, we're going to be featuring the work of the Wireless Theatre Company whose work ranges from the comedic to the dramatic, poetic and a great deal of stories in between... This week, we kick...

Categories: Drama, Podcast, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 70: Brad's Book Tells Only Lies...

In another "Rabbit from the hat" episode, I pull out an amazingly clever and poignant tale from Roger Gregg's Audio Gothic series -- Brad's Book of Lies. What IS it about advertising that makes THE BOOK so good? Find out today... [audio:http://...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 69: Tom Lopez from ZBS Talks About Life

'Nuff said. I had the incredible honor and pleasure of talking to Tom Lopez of ZBS about his days of audio collecting and producing, his latest efforts with short-form audio and the future of the form. Plus a few nuggets of "2 Minute Film Noir" tos...

Categories: American, Interviews, Podcast, Tom Lopez, ZBS


Episode 68: Meet Jack at the Crossroads

The crooning, jazzy journey of Jack Flanders wraps up this week in the riveting conclusion to "Do That in Real Life?" What will come of Jack's bewitched lover? What happens to Petite Lafitte and the streetcar of skeletons? And, gosh darnit, what ab...

Categories: Adventure, American, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 67: Jack Gets Voodoo'ed

Jack's adventures in New Orleans continue this week with a talk about zombies, and visits to a Voodoo Queen -- a friend, not a foe... or at least so we think. Plus, Louis Lafitte goes on the ride of his life! Committed to the Radio Drama Revival ...

Categories: Adventure, American, Jack Flanders, New Orleans, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 66: Do WHAT in Real Life?

In the second part of the ZBS Foundation's "Do That in Real Life," Jack Flanders is taken deeper into the spooky and energy-ridden world of New Orleans' back streets and the Voodoo queens who roam the city today. Plus, Louis Lafitte the littlest pir...

Categories: Adventure, American, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 65: Jack Flanders Saunters to Radio Drama Revival

Come on down, the gumbo's good. This week, Radio Drama Revival has the incredible honor of welcoming the ZBS Foundation to the show with a stellar adventure from the Traveling Jack series, Do That in Real Life? Things get odd for cosmic tourist...

Categories: Jack Flanders, New Orleans, Podcast, ZBS


Episode 64: Through the Turnstiles and a Fireside Chat

This week we beg for money, visit an eerie future and sit down for a chat with Sam Mowry of the Willamette Radio Workshop. Radio Drama Revi...

Categories: American, Drama, Podcast, Willamette Radio Workshop


Episode 63: Beware of "Next Year's Girl"

This week we take classic fairy tales and turn them on their heads with a compelling piece produced as part of the Willamette Radio Workshop's Writer's on the Air radio writing workshop help every summer. "Next Year's Girl" tells about a small villa...

Categories: American, Drama, Gothic, Podcast, Willamette Radio Workshop


Episode 62: Dick Dynamo Gets in the Ring!

Alright, my friends, it's time to zap into the future again, in a bizarre alternative world let's pray to god doesn't exist. Today Dick Dynamo is on the hunt for the killer of a trusted friend and his search takes him to the bowels of criminal animal...

Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Dick Dynamo, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 61: Along the Dusty Trail with Crazy Dog

Well partner, it's a sad story of that Seany Boy, but when Audio Gothic arrived in the mail a few weeks back thanks to the generosity of Roger Gregg, I couldn't help but put my ears on it and reschedule everything to get it out on the show. This t...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 60: This Just in from the Future...

The crazy world of Dick Dynamo enters this placid podcast with man-eating vegetarians and ham-fisted multi-dimensional goodness in a bizarre world of this podcast described by the inimitable Gregg Taylor as "Matt Helm and Roger Ramjet ... meld[ed] in...

Categories: Dick Dynamo, Podcast


Episode 59: All Fun Till Someone Loses an Eye (...of the Storm)

Okay, it's probably not appropriate to joke about the horrific events that unfold in this week's episode, courtesy of the audio soap opera Eye of the Storm. But as the dust settles (or the clouds pass) we continue with a great chat with the creator ...

Categories: American, Eye of the Storm, Interviews, Podcast, Romance


Episode 58: The Making of a Perfect Eye of the Storm

Down in the baking sun of South Louisiana the pastoral veneer covers a town overflowing with greed, jealousy, and deceit. Vernon Montgomery, a cantankerous oil tycoon, expects to get what he wants, and often does. But as the people in his life begi...

Categories: American, Eye of the Storm, Podcast, Romance


Episode 57: One Funny Valentine

Okay, it may appear to be succumbing to sentiment, but this week we play a piece in honor of Valentine's Day by the marvelous Wireless Theatre Company. Jaded adult lovers in Britain are faced with an increasingly puzzling obsession when a mysterious...

Categories: Podcast, Romance, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 56: More Words from Roger Gregg

Roger Gregg, the multi-talented force behind Crazy Dog Audio Theater, is one of the most fascinating people you can talk to about audio theater in world today... and this week we're graced with almost 45 minutes of his insightful anecdotes and tough ...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Interviews, Podcast, Roger Gregg, UK and Ireland


Episode 55: The Salmon Makes It Home

Things aren't looking good for Johnny Gallagher in the last episode of The Salmon of Blackpool, but the story of Richie's little fish isn't over yet. Sinead makes a break, Sheldon comes from the states, and the bond between Richie and Johnny is test...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Podcast


Episode 54: Salmon of Blackpool Sees Blood in the Water

In the third episode to Crazy Dog Audio Theater's gripping "The Salmon of Blackpool," Johnny Gallagher continues to deteriorate as Richie gets fire rained down from him by Sheldon. All the while, Richie struggles to understand who Johnny is deep ins...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 53: "Salmon" Continues its Fiery Road

This week, we sink deeper into the world of Johnny Gallagher, an Irish moviestar on the terrible road to death, and Richie Ryan, the man sent to document the "feel good" story behind this fallen icon. But as is made poignantly clear, it is hard to f...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, Podcast, UK and Ireland


Episode 52: The Salmon of Blackpool Starts A'Swimming

Oh radio drama fans, do we begin a treat for you today... I am absolutely tickled to bring to you, for the first time broadcast in the United States, the latest startling, bold, gripping, and mesmerizing tale by Crazy Dog Audio Theater... The Sal...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Drama, News, Podcast, Roger Gregg, UK and Ireland


Episode 51: A Taste of Wormwood -- Addictive and Deadly

If you don't know what the phrase "Welcome to Wormwood" means, you're missing out on one of the greatest audio mystery series out there -- being produced today, being produced ever. Wormwood is everything you love about the serial -- gripping, nail-...

Categories: American, Gothic, Horror, Interviews, Podcast, Wormwood


Episode 50: Naughty or Nice?

Episode fifty? Egads! Almost a whole year has zoomed by... and how much fun we've had! This week, we finish cleaning up the wrapping paper in time to hear two tales coming from two desperately different spheres... or, as we like to say "Naughty or Ni...

Categories: American, Holiday, Icebox Radio Theater, Podcast


Episode 49: Decoder Rings in the Season!

Well, if you're even the slightest fan of modern audio drama then the name of the Decoder Ring Theatre is a familiar one -- Gregg Taylor and his merry band of miscreants have been producing noir drama in the OTR-style with a contemporary twist for go...

Categories: Comedy, Holiday, Podcast


Episode 48: Waiting for Father Christmas

The turkey is stuffed, the appetizers are ready, and there are mince pies ready for the latecomers. But for Ellen, it's all just not Christmas yet. And in one long evening on the rooftops, she starts to figure out why... Enjoy this marvelous and of...

Categories: Holiday, Podcast, UK and Ireland, Wireless Theatre Company


Episode 47: Return of the "Hero"

Well, we're big fans of trying different things here at Radio Drama Revival! and now I'm pleased to feature the first work I've ever written produced by another -- In this case, it's "Fall of the Hero," produced this time around by Central Audio Thea...

Categories: American, Central Audio Theater, Fantasy, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 46: You Better Hyde!

No, we're not referring to eerie references to Santa Claus, but to the megalomaniac loose in the streets of London in this week's tale, "The Confessions of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." We'd actually just reached the "confession" portion of the program ...

Categories: American, Classics, Horror, Podcast, Willamette Radio Workshop


Episode 45: Better Hyde this Thanksgiving!

Just in time for Thanksgiving, when maybe your inlaws have a few more, ah, multi-personalities than you'd like them to have, comes the classic tale of the two halves of the human experience, The Confessions of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. This fine story...

Categories: American, Horror, Podcast, Willamette Radio Workshop


Episode 44: The Crashing Waves of "Dead Man's Hole"

Another stunning tale by Doug Bost and Jeff Ward haunts the bitstream this week... On Acadia National Park, the crashing waves of Thunder Hole have entranced tourists, and lead to the ugly demise of more than one... Two fraternity-brothers to be conf...

Categories: Doug Bost, Horror, Interviews, Jeff Ward, Podcast, Union Signal


Episode 43: Steer Clear or You'll Be "Roadkill"

On a long lonely stretch of desert, a hitchhiker catches a ride. But as two strangers head to the next town, tales of a loose criminal on the road cast suspicion on their uncertain relationship. And reality is more dangerous that either can imagine.....

Categories: American, Horror, Podcast, Union Signal


Episode 42: The Answer to Everything?

Wow, what a hell of a week for Radio Drama Revival! I got interviewed by Justin Ellis of the Portland Press Herald for the NXT Podcast, a youth culture column, and my chat with him made it on the NXT Halloween Special... thanks Justin for a great ch...

Categories: Classics, FinalRune, New Orleans, Podcast


Radio Drama Revival HALLOWEEN Horror Extravaganza!

Terror Stalks the airwaves! On Halloween we heard three tales of horror guaranteed to haunt your dreams "Forevermore." We kick off a killer fright-night with William Dufris' adaptation of "The Statement of Randolph Carter" by H.P. Lovecraft, fo...

Categories: American, Bill Dufris, FinalRune, Grist Mill, Horror, Podcast


Episode 41: Mort Castle's "If You Take My Hand My Son"

A man lies on the brink of death, torn between two worlds -- the world of pain, suffering, and failure, but a chance of love, and a world of peace, quiet, and acceptance... or at least so says the long dead voice of his abusive father. What chance i...

Categories: Grist Mill, Horror, Interviews, Mort Castle, Podcast


Episode 40: Frankenstein's Fate...

The tales of audio terror continue with the conclusion of the tale of Frankenstein's monster... The creature, repelled by men, seeks out his creator to plea for a companion -- but will Frankenstein allow his creation to have peace? [audio:http://m...

Categories: American, Gothic, Horror, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Halloween Audio Horror Extravanganza

Just to whet your appetite...

Categories: Horror, Upcoming Shows


Episode 39: Frankenstein's Monster Wakes...

Horror fans delight! Today the terror continues with a tale driven by the depths man will go to in his reckless need to explore what should be left unexplored -- in this case, the boundaries of life and death. Mary Shelley's "Modern Prometheu...

Categories: American, Gothic, Horror, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 38: Maine-based William Dufris Does William Hope Hodgson's 'The Derelict'

As a prelude to today's episode, the beginning of a frightful month of audio horror stories here on the show, I've got to note that this week marks the middle of the "Begathon" pledge drive at WMPG, the station which generally gives air time, studio ...

Categories: American, Bill Dufris, Horror, Podcast, WMPG


Episode 37: Explosive Twists on the Huddleston

Well the last few weeks we've met some of the most colorful -- some menacingly so -- characters of the galaxy as conflicting forces collide on the luxurious Huddleston Space Liner. Now the cries of blood vengeance reach a desperate pitch and the only...

Categories: American, Dry Smoke and Whispers, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 36: Space is Colored Blood Red

Well, as we enter into the second episode of "Murder on the Huddleston Ferry," the series starts to live up to its name. Conflicting intergalactic forces -- of good, evil, and unknown intentions -- clash together, making this trip aboard the luxury s...

Categories: American, Dry Smoke and Whispers, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 35: Murder Comes to the Huddleston

For most passengers of the Huddleston, it was looking to be a relaxing cross-galactic space voyage on a luxurious space liner. Long nights at the Antigravity Red Bar, friends of a promiscuous persuasion, hours spent staring as the stars as they swoos...

Categories: American, Dry Smoke and Whispers, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 34: Roger Gregg Speaks

After an amazing month playing The Last Harbinger, I had the absolute honor and pleasure of speaking to Roger Gregg, whose work with Crazy Dog Audio Theatre is about as original, compelling, and well-produced as it gets. In this discussion, we get to...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Interviews, Podcast, Roger Gregg, UK and Ireland


Episode 33: Shadows Fall on Moloch

Last week, the Harbinger cried out his fervent message to the world of Moloch... a world not ready for the terrible news he brought. Now, captured by the authorities and thrown in front of a corrupt tribunal, we learn more about the "justice" of Molo...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction, UK and Ireland


Episode 32: The Harbinger Makes a Stand

In our continuing Crazy Dog-liness, we follow the Harbinger in his run from the law and reluctant public appearance to make his dire proclamation to the people of this dying land. But are the people ready for such a revelation? And how will the aut...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction, UK and Ireland


Episode 31: The Train Rolls On

The Harbinger was welcomed to Moloch with missiles, but as he choked on the toxic fumes of the dying planet, a blind blues man hooked him up to his powered suit and saved him. In turn, the power of the energy suit caused a blind man to see again, and...

Categories: Podcast


Episode 30: The Harbinger Hits Ground

In our continuing coverage of The Last Harbinger by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre, we follow the Harbinger's very rough entry into this tainted new dimension, and learn more about the strange characters who inhabit it. [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/ra...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction, UK and Ireland


Episode 29: The Harbinger Lands

And so we begin our dark yet funny tale, of a world killing itself, its land, its air... Crazy Dog Audio Theatre comes to the show with the debut of the marvelous Last Harbinger, which I glowingly reviewed a few months ago. Well, thanks to the gen...

Categories: Crazy Dog Audio Theater, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 28: Joe Bev On the Line

For a guy who's just had his show cut from XM's weekend line-up, Joe Bevilacqua is a pretty upbeat guy. We get him on the phone this week to chat about his work, make funny voices, and opine on the sorry state of audio theater while still expressing...

Categories: American, Interviews, Joe Bev, Podcast


Episode 27: Return to Williamsville

This week, we slough off this disgusting mid-summer deluge and return to the little burb where nothing seems to change yet everything is stranger than anyone will admit. What do a militant housewife, a frustrated arsonist, the town drug dealer, and ...

Categories: American, Comedy, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 26: How's your Imagination?

For the first time in, uh, memory, the podcast is actually out on Thursday... only hours after the live broadcast! Don't expect this to become habitual behavior, but DO feast your ears on the twisted happenings of Jeff Adams' Imagination X, with the...

Categories: Icebox Radio Theater, Podcast


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 ...

Categories: American, Central Audio Theater, Mystery, Podcast


Episode 24: Joe Medina Speaks

Well, as the fury of the NATF live broadcast settles, enjoy the insights of Afterhell's Joe Medina, who shares the origins of his twisted stories and the great resources he has available in his area for this top-notch audio horror. Plus a bonus pres...

Categories: American, Interviews, Joe Medina, Ollin Productions, Podcast


Episode 23: To the Depths of the Afterhell

Abandon hope, all ye who enter here. This is a phone call from your future, a cry of abandoned hope from a world where all hope has been evicerated by the many faces of evil. All that is left is darkness, terror, and the fiends who stalk the Eart...

Categories: American, Horror, Ollin Productions, Podcast


Episode 22: Marc Rose and Geral McQuinn Speak Out

Due to trekkin' through deep ranges of the tundra... okay, Old Town, Maine -- the podcast is held up by a day this week. Accept my humble apologies for holding back from you this excellent interview with two true radio originals -- Marc Rose and Ger...

Categories: Dry Smoke and Whispers, Geral McQuinn, Interviews, Marc Rose, Podcast


Episode 21: The Shadowman Speaks

This week, we enter the depths of distance space for an adventure that's out of this world... Dry Smoke and Whispers Holodio Theater hosts The Shadowman, a trilogy of deception and intrigue in a world very distant, yet eerily parallel, our own. In t...

Categories: Dry Smoke and Whispers, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 20: The Fall of the Hero

Oh yes, avid Radio Drama fans, here it is, the latest work of FinalRune Productions -- the twist off the ol' fantasy story block, FALL OF THE HERO. Sir Grace was a mighty knight, with a record of maiden-saving and dragon slaying on par with none. ...

Categories: American, FinalRune, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 19: The Conclusion of Julius Caesar

The body of Caesar lies dripping in the palace's chambers, as Brutus steps out to speak to the chaos of the street to answer for the conspirator's deeds. But the dogs of war have slipped, and good-intentions might fulfill the prophecy they feared. ...

Categories: American, Classics, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 18: The Tragedy of Julius Caesar (Part 1)

Lend me your ears... and let slip the dogs of war! Tragedy, betrayal, power lust and vengeance collide in this fresh contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare's "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar," rendered in livid sound by our friends at the Quicksilver...

Categories: American, Classics, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 17: Dreamseed's Xander Davis

This week we talk with Dreamseed founder, writer, director, producer Xander Davis. Having taking the vow to "make it happen," Xander Davis has a lot to say about the art and craft of audio theater, what's gone into his works to date, and what he thi...

Categories: American, Dreamseed, Interviews, Podcast, Xander Davis


Episode 16: Buried in Falling Sand

This week, Dreamseed's foreboding tale of a future where the salvation of the worker comes in the form of a little yellow pill. Yet, when one man forgets to take his little pill of dreams, he quickly realizes how much he's been missing, and how li...

Categories: American, Dreamseed, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 15: Jeffrey Adams from Icebox Radio Theater

This week's guest is Jeffrey Adams, leading creative force behind the Icebox Radio Theater of International Falls, Minnesota. Jeff's radio history is long and notable, and his passion clear: rather than bury his theater career when moving to the Bor...

Categories: Interviews, Jeff Adams, Podcast


Episode 14: Icebox Radio Theater with "Lifeboat"

This week on the show, a story set in deep space, with two travelers who find themselves dreadfully equipped for surviving... but worse than confronting their unfortunate fate, is having to deal with one another.

Categories: American, Podcast, Science Fiction


Episode 13: Dialogue with Martian Trombone

I couldn't resist the opportunity to air another excellent Great Northern Audio Theater production this week, "Dialogue with Martian Trombone." Why does the band usurped for the War of the Worlds broadcast still get together for their anniversarie...

Categories: Comedy, Great Northern Audio Theater, Podcast


Episode 12: Talking Sound with Brian Price

Great Northern Audio Theater's Brian Price is a producer and writer with a long list of audiography over more than ten years, from the Midwest Theatre Workshop and the Iowa Radio Project to the amazing comedies GNAT does for the Mark-Time Sci-fi awar...

Categories: Brian Price, Great Northern Audio Theater, Interviews, Podcast


Episode 11: Super Pal!

What happens when a meteor threatens big city and the only one who can stop it is working on his web site? What terrible event in his past makes him sacrifice all else to save kittens? Well, we find out this week in Great Northern Audio Theater's Sup...

Categories: American, Comedy, Great Northern Audio Theater, Podcast


Episode 10: Begathon Live Drama Extravaganza!

It's Begathon week at WMPG, and we're on the mic pitching for your dough as exiled space DJs show up at the station. Things get weirder and funnier than ever in this first live drama by FinalRune Productions/Radio Drama Revival! [audio:http:/...

Categories: FinalRune, Podcast, WMPG


Episode 9: Jack Hosley and High Moon

Well, looks like I'm on a roll this evening. I had the great pleasure of chatting with Jack Hosley, AKA "The Wander Wolf" from WanderRadio this afternoon and learning all about how he got into the niche podcasting market and the emerging media writer...

Categories: Great Northern Audio Theater, Interviews, Jack Hosley, News, Podcast


Episode 8: "Reality Check" from Wander Radio

This week, a haunting tale of a reality TV show where something's just not right. By sci-fi/fantasy writer Tee Morris, produced by WanderRadio [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/radiodramarevival/www.radiodramarevival.com/podcasts/rdr-podcast008.mp...

Categories: Horror, Podcast


Episode 7: Tales from Williamsville

For those of you who've forgotten that I'm the leading force behind FinalRune Productions, this show features the latest work -- my first work adapted from a story by someone else, with a great cast put together by the writer, John Coons. I hope you...

Categories: Comedy, FinalRune, Podcast


Episode 6: Craig Wichman and Jay Stern from Quicksilver

Writer/producer Craig Wichman and writer/director Jay Stern come from backgrounds in television, film, and stage (Craig stars in an indie movie directed by Jay, The Changeling). In fact, they feel that independent audio theater has a lot to do with ...

Categories: Interviews, Podcast


Episode 5: Abe Lincoln's Last Day (Finale)

This week on Radio Drama Revival!: The somber and startling conclusion to Quicksilver Radio Theater's "Good Friday, 1865: Lincoln's Last Day." Be sure to tune in next week for an interview with writer/producer/actor Craig Wichman! (Radio Drama Re...

Categories: Drama, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 4: Abe Lincoln's Last Day

Tune in for the first episode of Good Friday, 1865: Lincoln's Last Day, by the outstanding Quicksilver Radio Theater hailing from New York City. This historical drama recounts eerie dreams, memories, and events that precede the assassination of one ...

Categories: Drama, Podcast, Quicksilver Radio Theater


Episode 3: Scott Hickey talks shop

This past week, we chatted with Scott Hickey from AM FM Theater. Hear about hitting the bar with Peter Straub at World Horror Con, growing up with radio drama, and the making of "God of the Razor." A great interview not to be missed! [audio:http...

Categories: Grist Mill, Interviews, News, Podcast, Scott Hickey


Episode 1: Radio Drama Revival Starts with a... Drizzle

After a little bit of work, a fair amount of frustration, and a mind-blowing "wow, that's actually pretty easy!" sensation the began coursing through my body, here it is! The Radio Drama Revival! Podcast. As much as my featured audio dramatists wil...

Categories: Drama, FinalRune, Podcast


Modern horror realized in Lansdale's "God of the Razor"

Well, I'm going to jump right into my audio theater reviews with a piece of modern horror that recently reached my ears: 'God of the Razor,' a grisly horror short story by Joe Lansdale realized by AM/FM Theater in Lowell, MA. I had recently writte...

Categories: Grist Mill, Horror, Reviews