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Tumanbay, the beating heart of a vast empire, is threatened by a rebellion in a far-off province and a mysterious force devouring the city from within. Gregor (Rufus Wright), Master of the Palace Guard, is charged by Sultan Al-Ghuri (Raad Rawi) with the task of rooting out this insurgence and crushing it. Epic saga inspired […] The post Tumanbay – …
 
Our little hiatus is over, and it is over with a BANG! We welcome back THE CLEANSED, the epic apocalyptic saga by our own FinalRune Productions. Borderton has fallen, and in the ashes Marc, Maria, Luke, and the scientist Abraham all struggle to survive. In this waking nightmare, Luke is plagued by haunting dreams – […] The post The Cleansed – From …
 
Happy #WorldAudioDramaDay!! We feature a most fitting production – the collaboration of audio producers across the Northeast (and the world) in a production created in just a few weeks to make a Halloween release day (and be pretty darn good in the bargain) – the Vultures over Low Doves, written by Justin Mullane and produced […] The post Vultures …
 
A chilling mystery unfolds in 1900 off the Scottish coast as Joseph Moore arrives at the Flannan Island Lighthouse to find it cold and abandoned… its keepers vanished. Will a blood-stained journal reveal a clue to their dark fate or resurrect an ancient long-dead curse? We’re pleased to welcome back Campfire Radio Theater with the […] The post Ghos…
 
This week we feature a fresh take on Edgar Allen Poe’s classic “The Masque of the Red Death” – featuring an all-star cast of New England actors, and immersive location sound recording, and an inventive script, this production re-imagines Poe’s tale of a group of ill-fated improvisatori who take on an audience with the ‘dark […] The post HorrorScope…
 
Part 3 of 3 Alas! We wrap up ZBS Foundations’ lush field-recorded noir romp, Saratoga Fat Cats. Willie, who paints houses, is hired by some rich guy to repaint a few rooms in his summer mansion. His girlfriend, a wet T-shirt model for Sports Illustrated, can’t stand the colors. Her name is Christy St. Nichols, […] The post Saratoga’s Fat Cats (3 of…
 
Part 2 of 3 A huge pleasure to play this re-dux of one of the ZBS Foundations’ most lust field-recorded stories. Willie, who paints houses, is hired by some rich guy to repaint a few rooms in his summer mansion. His girlfriend, a wet T-shirt model for Sports Illustrated, can’t stand the colors. Her name […] The post Saratoga’s Fat Cats (2 of 3) app…
 
Part 1 of 3 A huge pleasure to play this re-dux of one of the ZBS Foundations’ most lust field-recorded stories. Willie, who paints houses, is hired by some rich guy to repaint a few rooms in his summer mansion. His girlfriend, a wet T-shirt model for Sports Illustrated, can’t stand the colors. Her name […] The post Saratoga Fat Cats (1 of 3) appea…
 
Welcome to Pleasure Town, a Utopian town in early 20th century Oklahoma founded with a simple premise: pleasure for pleasure’s sake. Does that work out? Err, well, give a listen and we’ll see. Playback the first episode of Pleasure Town followed up with an interview with one of the series’ creators, Keith Ecker. The post Pleasure Town – Episode 1 &…
 
Holy moley what a show we have for you this week! Announcements: FinalRune Productions worked on the forthcoming audio saga Locke & Key for Audible Our friends at Aural Stage Studios are raising funds for their new series Otherworldlies and also running a kickin’ walla contest (with prizes from Izotope) Sue Zizza, David Schinn, and […] The post Ser…
 
This week we’re talking LOCKDOWN, the expansion story to We’re Alive set in the early days of the zombie apocalypse in the incredible claustrophobic, socially-volatile environment of a high security prison in Los Angeles. KC Wayland’s Wayland Productions is now raising funding for the project on Kickstarter (Over $43k of $50k raised so far!) and [……
 
We’re pleased to welcome back the work of Protophonic / JD Venne in “Brad Lansky and the Rogue Era,” the sixth part of the Brad Lansky sci-fi audio adventure series. Biological or ‘B-life’ was overtaken by A-life centuries ago and now the balance of power is at the tipping point. An invisible rogue planet on […] The post Brad Lansky – ‘Brad Lansky …
 
Radio Drama Revival’s 412th Episode features “FLUR” the first original “Audio Manga” we’ve been able to feast our ears on. The normal life of High School senior Lida Garuzo, had always been considered peaceful; filled with plenty of friends, good times, and an annoying five-year-old little brother. However, when a strange phenomenon occurs, she imm…
 
This week, we mark the passing of legendary humorist Stan Freberg (1926 – 2015), whose influence on comedy – and radio comedy in particular – cannot be overstated. Speaking to the legacy of the fine Mr. Freberg is Radio Drama Revival guest host David Rheinstrom, who combines retrospective with audio clips to illuminate the life […] The post Stan Fr…
 
Thanks to Alicia Goranson (The Mask Of Inanna) for encouraging Peter Gruenbaum to submit this delightful re-imagining of an apocryphal work by C.S. Lewis, “The Sting of the Dark Tower” (not to be confused with Stephen King’s Dark Tower!). C.S. Lewis is invited to visit a lab in 1940’s Cambridge England where he is shown […] The post The Sting of th…
 
Eek! Gasp! The final Mark Time Radio Show by Great Northern Audio Theater! Well, at least they go out with a bang. David Ossman of the Firesign Theatre returns one last time to the live raucous stage to play Cyber Bob, in Cyber Bob and the Digital Nymph. Bob leaves his position as cart-wrangler at […] The post Mark Time Radio Show – ‘Cyber Bob and …
 
Radio Drama Revival traveled to #SXSW2015 Interactive in Austin, Texas to talk to filmmakers about the joys of producing audio drama. We speak with panelists Sonia James, Patience Wieland, Matthew Boudreau as well as KC Wayland of “We’re Alive” about the experience, as well as new trends in audio drama. This week we have two […] The post BONUS: Rad…
 
Life is all well and good until the multiverse gets torn asunder. Whoops. Dr. “Oppenheimer” Valdini (Wentworth) has torn a rift in the fabric of the multiverse, and is trapped outside of spacetime in his sentient lab A.S.H. LE (Lisa McQuilkin), with maintenance man Cyrus (Michael Atkinson). Desperate for help and companionship, Oppenheimer kidnaps …
 
In the dry days of the temperance movement, some of the more savvy entrepreneurs found great opportunity in selling illegal booze. With sleazy underground operations, come sleazy underground politicians – most of whom are not welcome. Classic noir style tells this tale through the eyes of a hapless bouncer. We hear the saucy tale of […] The post Ha…
 
This week we have the delicious irreverant, lewd, scandalous and downright HILARIOUS antics of a detective who really puts the ‘hard’ in hard-boiled. Enter: Stiff Investigations, a live radio drama series which twists the OTR detective and makes it fresh for a new age. In this episode, Jack and Venus visit the Vixen Family mansion […] The post Emba…
 
This week we feature the work of Voices in the Wind, a group based out of Toronto, CA who are producing their own original material as well as classics, such as we’ll hear today, “A Christmas Carol.” You know the drill, Ebeneezer Scrooge is a jerk and his life is transformed by a bunch of […] The post A Christmas Carol by Voices in the Wind appeare…
 
This week the Hartlife Company – all the life you’ll ever need – is proud to present Tales from Our Fair City in their annual EXCLUSION DAY special. A charming story of survivors, obedience, and a happy man wearing red. Featuring both their 2011 special as well as a more recent live performance from Chicago, […] The post Our Fair City: Happy Exclus…
 
This week we thoroughly embrace the holidays with the RG Productions rendition of “It’s A Wonderful Life,” the beloved American holiday classic, based on the Lux Radio adaptation from 1947. This story of idealism and reflection was produced live as part of the “Retro Radio Holiday Revue,” an event that Nita Hunter’s troupe has made […] The post Epi…
 
The energy grid goes day – and stays down. Food grows scarce. Martial law is instated. And then things get really bad. Get ready to jump on the roller-coaster that is “The Cleansed,” in a re-play of the kickoff to our post-apocalyptic saga crafted for you back in 2010. Season 3 of The Cleansed is […] The post Experiencing The Cleansed’s “Breaking” …
 
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, then a hapless mad scientist try wildly to stem a Marian invasion in “Herbert West Vs. […] The post Sif…
 
Today! We have Aftermath, by Scotland-based artist Matthew McLean and co-producer Robert Cudmore’s troupe Yap Audio Productions. So what goes wrong in this one… ? Welcome to 2016. For the past five years the world has become an increasingly unstable place. The threat of war between China and the USA had loomed heavily over the […] The post Experien…
 
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 utterly unforgettable ‘foggy old Cape Cod’ story of a lone traveler on a cold night who misses the […] The post …
 
This week, we feature an appetizer of location horror followed by a full-on meal, the former by our own FinalRune Productions and the latter by John Ballentine’s Campfire Radio Theater. Earlier this year, host Fred Greenhalgh was invited to participate in the founding a new kind of way to get kids to interact with the […] The post A Return to “Hung…
 
Set in the late 1800s, Hunter Brown embarks on a perilous quest to secure true love as he searches for mysterious Faith Geibel, the young woman of his desires. The harrowing journey begins in Victorian Great Britain, moves to Paris then eastward to Hungary and finally, to western Romania (former Transylvania). After overcoming insurmountable odds, …
 
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 producing cosmic adventures to delight listeners since the early 70s. We’ve interviewed […] The post Land o…
 
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 permission to play his 4-part radio serial The Land of Enchantment. Mojo takes a job playing […] The post Lan…
 
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 permission to play his 4-part radio serial The Land of Enchantment. Mojo takes a job playing […] The post Epi…
 
Part 1 of 4 This week we celebrate the fine majestic adventures of Meatball Fulton’s ZBS Foundation, whose comic and cosmic adventures have been delighting listeners since the early 70s. We’ve interviewed Tom Lopez before and this week have permission to play his 4-part radio serial The Land of Enchantment. Mojo takes a job playing […] The post Epi…
 
This week, in a sorta-kinda-oddly-tribute to the start of the “Great War” we feature the oddball saga “1918” by our friends at Aural Stage Studios. Premise: It is 1918 and aliens have crash landed on the planet. At the climax of World War I, Central Power and Allied scientists are racing to find uses for […] The post Episode 384 – Traveling Back to…
 
Part 2 of 2 When Karl (PG Lorusso) gives up his appointed quest to chase after the Muffin Girl (Carolyn Lansom) from the local coffee shop, three prophets, Zoe (Sophia Howes), Morgan (Daniel Mink), and Destin (G. Anton Moore) team up with a six-foot silverfish named Bob (Jerry Hudson) and find themselves on a real […] The post Episode 383 – Getting…
 
Part 1 of 2 When Karl (PG Lorusso) gives up his appointed quest to chase after the Muffin Girl (Carolyn Lansom) from the local coffee shop, three prophets, Zoe (Sophia Howes), Morgan (Daniel Mink), and Destin (G. Anton Moore) team up with a six-foot silverfish named Bob (Jerry Hudson) and find themselves on a real […] The post Episode 382 – Embarki…
 
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 splendid Season 2 of the Springheel’d Jack saga) and they even lived to […] The post Episode 381 – D…
 
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 dozens of ‘short films for audio’ in the archives, tens of thousands of regular listeners, and a […] T…
 
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 the UK, USA, and Australia producing fiction and nonfiction audio (as well as a fair bit of stuff for the stage). Judith kindly allows us to play her recent tale, […] The post Episode 379 – Judith Kampfner’s “Ama…
 
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, and one – Swordspoint- being a winner) and numerous prior productions. She is also a major […] The pos…
 
This week, a redux of two 2007-era shows from FinalRune Productions: Fall of the Hero Sir Grace was the most valiant of all knights, decked in glorious armor that glowed in the sun and a record of dragon-slaying and maiden saving on par with none. But a battle with a renowned wizard with ambiguous ambitions […] The post Episode 377 – FinalRune Prod…
 
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 J.D. Venne and Dieter Zimmerman). Brad and Alex are investigating a missing […] The post Episode 376 – …
 
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 Protophonic (the brainchild of one mysterious J.D. Venne and Dieter […] The post Episode 375 – Fighting the A…
 
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 Kat Rocha). AudioComics and Finney are teaming up again as they seek to produce Utopiates (Support […]…
 
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 retirement gone awry, “Country Life.” In the serene garden of a Devonshire cottage, next door neighbours Kenneth and Barbara while away their twilight years amid cups of tea, bonfires and […] The post Ep…
 
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 one woman Irish business brand. Martha is a Tech entrepreneur and divorcee, who owns and runs her own Web [……
 
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 recognition and the caprices of an unappreciative universe. Jolita is young creative woman, originally of […] The …
 
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.” Any Other Dublin tells the story of six Dublin characters surviving the recession and struggling with love, lust and their own inescapable flaws. Bernie is a former property developer, […
 
While Fred is back in the U.S. of A, he’s spiritually still in Lesotho, so he shares a few more sounds, memories, and a killer interview he got with a local band while in the “Magic Mountain Kingdom.” The band Sotho Sounds consists of local herdsboys who grew up tending cattle, sheep, and goats, and […] The post Episode 369 – A Trip to Lesotho, and…
 
Our recap/celebration series continues, this time with Fred grabbing the mic to do his own blatant self-promotion… First, the 2010 satirical “War on Poverty” lampooning American geo-politics and media, followed up by the 2008 Gold Ogle Winning “Waiting for a Window.” An unexpected storm throws Norman D. Waits off his course to… somewhere. The islan…
 
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