Episode 293 – At Last, the Final Stalemate

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

Episode 290 – Unleashing Roger Gregg’s “Infidel”

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

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 loses, his one true love. Tragedy at its funniest! This great production […]

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 realism, Margaret got in her bathing suit and we filled the bath to record this scene. The scene was […]

So You Wanna Create a Radio Drama?

The (Increasingly) Definitive Resource List for Aspiring Audio Dramaturges Interested in writing, directing, or producing radio drama? Then, grab a mic and a recorder and get going – nearly everybody in this field is producing it themselves. There are less than a handful of paying gigs for this kind of work out there, and if […]

Roger Gregg Serves Up a Delicious “Seven Deadly Sins”

Fresh from the Emerald Isle comes this new treat from Roger Gregg, a scene from a new production of Faustus… Roger has been talking about his desire about doing Faustus since I visited back in 2008, and it’s thrilling to see it becoming a reality. Here is a scene from the new show which will […]

BBC Reaffirms Commitment to Radio Drama

To follow up on our coverage of BBC announcing the end of the Friday play, today it was reported that the BBC has made a commitment to keeping radio drama free from cuts for the near future. The Stage News quotes BBC head of radio drama Alison Hindell as saying: We are still the biggest […]

New Dramatized Poetry by Roger Gregg – And Comments on BBC Radio Drama

Fresh from Ireland, a cool new video from a new show, ‘THE BEE-LOUD GLADE: A Living Anthology of Contemporary Irish Poetry,’ with music by Roger Gregg & Crazy Dog Audio Theatre. Meanwhile, I solicited some pretty candid comments from Roger about the news regarding BBC radio drama: Behind all this is the well-entrenched paradigm which […]

Future of Radio Drama on BBC Radio 4 in Doubt?

The big (and troubling) news in the radio drama world this week is the announcement by BBC Radio 4 that they’re going to be ending their Friday play. BBC cites budget woes as the reason for the cut, and radio drama fans in Britain and beyond are concerned not only about the loss of this […]

5 Most Memorable Interviews

Today we continue our three year anniversary special and self-reflective analysis.  Today we focus on the most memorable interviews I’ve ever done. This was a really hard one to put together, because I’ve done a ton. In fact, here’s a link to all interviews on Radio Drama Revival. Here are some of what I consider […]