Series Premiere: The Lighted Bridge

Be there when “History Meets The Subconscious” as the award-winning Audio Dramatist Kristin Cato, premieres her newest project, are you ready to cross… “The Lighted Bridge”?

Kristin Cato Presents

The Lighted Bridge: Episode 1

“The Diamond Key”

August 13, 2010

Charlotte, a prehistoric woman discovered frozen in a block of ice, gets unearthed and transported back to a science museum in France. Pierre, a disgruntled night shift janitor, falls in love with her. But political upheaval spells an occupied Paris, and invaders attempt to export Charlotte across the sea. Her soul journey unfolds as she slowly melts while retrieving her memory bank. She must come to terms with the shadow beast that ended her life in order to obtain another…

Status of The Listening Post

August 10, 2010

By Dex Trenchcoat

Greetings Readers, I just wanted to let folks know that due to some extreme circumstances The Listening Post may be forced to “slow down”. My own personal life may be turning upside down (again) very soon. I am trying to do everything in my power to not let circumstances stop me from continuing to publish the Post on a regular basis, but it could happen.

So whats going on exactly? I’d rather not go into details but the basic story is, I may be forced to relocate on short notice. These next few weeks could be very nerve wracking and emotional for me, as I may have to uproot my entire life and move cross country for the second or third time in as many years.

So what happens to The Listening Post? Well the website will remain here and open; However, updates may become sparse. Regular readers may have noticed that there was no “Now Playing…” published yesterday as there should have been. I apologize for that, but unfortunately it may happen again. I do hope to get back on a regular schedule soon, but I really can’t say when. As of now, The “Now Playing” listings and most of the forthcoming news articles are “on hold”. As most of the regular readers know, The Listening Post is on Twitter and I will try to keep the twitter stream active during this down time.

Of course there are other folks here at the Post besides myself; including our newest reviewer, Ken Jarman, who contributed our first mini review! The rest of the Staff will continue to contribute reviews and thought provoking editorials when and where they can, but they lead pretty busy lives too, so I’m asking our readers to be very patient with us while things sort themselves out.

Please be patient, The Listening Post isn’t going anywhere if we can help it!

Now Playing… August 5, 2010

This Week…

Giant Gnome Productions pushes the crew of the Chimera into “The Shadow of The Standard Bearer”! Up next the Sonic Society’s Summerstock Playhouse calls upon Pendant Audio to recreate a script of the classic high flying Old Time Radio serial, “Superman!” Finally, Wheeality Productions trades gun shots with  The Deadeye Kid in the old west in Part 2 of “Auld Lang Syne”! and After Dark Theatre puts the Wolfman in the middle of a real chandelier-hanger of an investigation in “The Entomologhist” Part 2!

And Its All… Now Playing!

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Giant Gnome Productions Presents

Star Trek Outpost: Episode 16 –

“Shadow Of The Standard Bearer”

August 5, 2010

Alone in the vastness of space, Lt. Renova Exler struggles to keep the dying Captain Tyrellian alive. Meanwhile the crew of the Chimera is locked in a life and death struggle of their own with the Solar Winds…

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After Dark Theatre Presents

Wolfman Investigations: Episode 2 –

“The Entomologhist Part 2”

August 4, 2010

When we last left the hairy hero he was trapped on a Chandelier in a big scary mansion with Tristen from the School of Survival as killer beetles swarmed up the walls towards them. Will they escape? Will they discover who set the beetles on them and is there even worse to come?

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Wheeality Productions Presents

The Deadeye Kid: “Auld Lang Syne”

Part 2 of 5

August 4,2010

Shadows of the past continue to haunt Lem and Fanshaw!

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Sonic Summerstock Playhouse Presents

“Superman!”

August 4, 2010

Episode 5 of Sonic Summerstock Playhouse, the show that brings you famous Internet Audio Drama Companies and their recreations of OTR classics presents “Superman”. A grand tradition brought to you by the folks who have carried it on with their own series- Pendant Audio
With grateful thanks to Elaine Barrett our guest host tonight.

Coming Attractions August 2, 2010

Be sure to check out these upcoming shows…

Habit Forming Films Presents

The Official Trailer For

Wormwood: Revelations

The End Approaches on August 11, 2010!

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Slipgate Nine Entertainment Presents

A Trailer for

Edict Zero

This clip features a supporting character, John Bradoch, a tactical unit commander who has just arrived with his team to a crime scene, which is being secured by the city police. The character voices you’ll hear are performed by Jack Kincaid and James Keller.

Edict Zero – FIS arrives September 9, 2010!

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Giant Gnome Productions Presents

The Official Trailer for

“Of Kings and Time Travelers”

Giant Gnome Production’s is proud to present its second original science fiction production. Planned as a monthly series, “OF KINGS AND TIME TRAVELER’S” will take listeners from the farthest reaches of the future to the distant past.  Focusing in on the characters of four friends: Rexx, Getlingsworth [real name: Gaylord Reynolds], Tobias Harold, and Christopher Calvin, who are fresh out of the Temporal Academy, “OF KINGS AND TIME TRAVELER’S” will depict a future, present, and past like nothing you’ve ever heard before.

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An Art Lawful Productions Presents

The Official Teaser For

The Briar and The Rose

In the most despoiled urban slumland in the country, a morose, oddball detective is set on the trail of a murderer with seemingly no motive nor logical modus operandi. Walk the pee-stained beat in Bricktown this September when An Art Lawful Productions presents “The Briar and The Rose.”

(Featuring “Night on the Docks” by Kevin MacLeod.)

Warning: Explicit and graphic content. Listener discretion advised

Coming September 2010!

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Stay tuned for more

COMING ATTRACTIONS!

Now Playing… August 2, 2010

This Week…

Dead On You Studios says “Lets Put a Smile On That Face” and release the newest episode of their Zom -Com one day early! Misfits Audio Productions faces their “Fear” and rides with the Lone Ranger once again while Icebox Radio Theater explores “The Sounds Of History”! No Line Radio heads back to a galaxy far far away, and decides its time to “Fight or Flight”, while Pendant Productions gets a case of “The Hook Ups” and gives birth to “The Brainchild of Friedemann Freudenberg”! Science Fiction takes center stage as Hole with a Rock Around It Productions heads into Warp’d Space to celebrate “Peace Day” while Kung Fu Action Theatre Ends Book Two of Twin Stars with a good old fashioned “Showdown”! Then Spirit Blade Productions must “Search The Night” and shine a light on many dark mysteries, as The McCroskey Internet Playhouse goes into “Denial”! The Texas Radio Theatre Company solves the case of “Sherlock Holmes and The Final Problem” while Radio Drama Revival’s “Troll Story Wraps Up with a Farewell to Rio”! And finally, Bells in the Batfry met the Hypnotist while “Death Danced at Midnight” with The Red Panda on Decoder Ring Theatre!

And Its All… Now Playing!

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Dead On You Studios Presents

You’ve Got Dead On You:

Episode 18 –

“Lets Put a Smile On That Face”

August 2, 2010

The couples awaken from their third night in the zombie apocalypse, ready to venture out to an uncertain future. Will Craig and Faith put aside their differences? Will They reach their destination? Will the couples stop for a bite to eat? Tune in and find out!

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Icebox Radio Theater Presents

“IBRT Summer Season”

August 2, 2010

The Summer Season continues with another great short from ‘Sounds of History’. This week, it’s a touching story of life after the war told through the eyes of a young housewife living in the new ‘paradise’ of suburbia. But it’s not always easy to leave the past behind, even when it is tragic. Ashley Hasbargen, Scott Walsh, Justin Kapla and Rachel Adams star.

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Kung Fu Action Theatre Presents

Twin Stars: Book Two Episode 11 –

“Showdown” Part 3

August 2, 2010

Death, tragedy and betrayal lay waiting as Ping An and Commodore Vasquez duel in the skies over Hannah’s World.

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Spirit Blade Productions Presents

Of The Night: Episode 2 –

“Search The Night”

August 2, 2010

James Elysian is a former policeman recovering from the death of his fiancee. But is she truly dead, or merely transformed into a creature… of the night?
(This audio series contains content recommended for ages 16 and older.)

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Misfits Audio Productions Presents

Misfit Monday August 2, 2010

The Lone Ranger:

Episode 2 – “Fear”

“The Lone Ranger and Tonto help a frightened new Sheriff deal with an arrogant outlaw.”

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Pendant Productions Presents

The Dixie Stenberg and Brassy Battalion Adventure Theater:

Episode 47: “The Brainchild of Friedemann Freudenberg”

August 02, 2010

Freudenberg takes a trip through his past and Brassy Battalion corners the Beast!

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No Line Radio Presents

Star Wars Marvels: Episode 3 –

“Fight Or Flight”

August 1, 2010

A new enemy emerges against the heroes and their Fight or Flight instincts kick in!

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John Bell Presents

Bell’s In The Batfry: Episode 109

August 1, 2010

We meet… THE HYPNOTIST!!!

Plus an explanation of why its been a while….

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Decoder Ring Theatre Presents

Plat It Again!

“Death Danced At Midnight”

August 1, 2010

Holy cats, Decoder Ringers, two “Red Panda” Play It Agains in a row? It’s almost like we’re saving a Black Jack for the summer’s big finale in a couple of weeks… But in the meantime, what could be better than an old-school creepy mystery with the cast stood on its head? Kevin Robinson as the Red Panda! Andrea Lyons as the Flying Squirrel! Chris Mott as a Newsie! Get ready for Death Danced at Midnight as we…. Play It Again!

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Hole With A Rock Around It Productions Presents

Warp’d Space: Episode 5 –

“Peace Day”

August 1, 2010

The Crew of the Drake celebrates the anniversary of the end of the worst conflict in living memory – the war that broke up all cohesion in the human galaxy. On this day, the crew and passengers commemorate those who died to end the conflict, and look forward to future peace, all while trying to get back to their original plotted course.

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Texas Radio Theatre Company Presents

“Sherlock Holmes and The Final Problem” – Part 3

August 1, 2010

The Texas Radio Theatre presents an audio adaptation of one of Sherlock Holmes’ most notorious cases, featuring literature’s first super villain – Professor James Moriarty. How great must Holmes’ sacrifice be to rid the world of such a complete and diabolical menace?

This podcast is dedicated to the memory of Spencer Prokop.

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The McCroskey Memorial Internet Playhouse Presents

“Denial”

August 1, 2010

Boulder, Colorado-based documentary filmmaker William Harford takes us on a tour of the life of Ari Fleischman, global warming skeptic, intelligent design booster, and Holocaust denier. Ari has lived his life in passionate pursuit of truths, seldom thinking of the consequences…

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Fred Greenhalgh Presents

Radio Drama Revival: Episode 184 –

“Troll Story Wraps Up with a Farewell to Rio”

July 30, 2010

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 “sweet sorrow to part” moment, we heard the end of Tom Lopez’s Fallen Angels that Bounce. Begging the answer to the question – what will Little Leroy do with his cockroach army?

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Pendant Productions Presents

The Kingery:

Episode 4 Season 2:

“The Hook Ups”

July 30, 2010

Regina confesses to Roberts and Maddie makes new friends while Devi pounces Hooks!

Now Playing… July 29, 2010

This Week…

Its a week filled with Wolfmen, Superheroes, Angels and of course, Sherlock Holmes! First up Between Lines Studios takes a gamble in Las Vegas with Angel, and learns that sometimes you gotta “Know When to Hold Them”! The family friendly audio drama Wolfman Investigations opens its doors for their first big case “The Ectomologhist Part 1”! Then, Cornucopia Radio saves the day and calls upon “Commander Awesome and Liberty Lad”! For Wheeality Productions’ Bingo The Birthday Clown, “Everything Old is New Again” while Dead On You Studios asks the immortal question “Do You Want Fries With That?” Meanwhile The Wireless Theatre Company finds “Angels in The Dark” and BrokenSea Audio Productions knows “The Game’s Afoot” when Sherlock Holmes shows up!

And Its All… Now Playing!

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Between The Lines Studios Presents

Angel: Between The Lines

Season 1 Episode 5 –

“Know When To Hold Them” (Part 1)

July 29, 2010

Lorne has a small lounge act in Vegas and things seem to be going fine. Unfortunately, no one told Lorne that what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.

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The Wireless Theatre Company Presents

“Angels In The Dark”

July 29, 2010

Roger Benezoscee is like the worst boss you’ve ever had times ten. What could possibly force this obnoxious, egotistical old megalomaniac to change his ways? Nothing short of a Damascene conversion? On a trip to Bordeaux organised by his PA, Cath, Roger unexpectedly finds himself facing the biggest challenge of his life. But will it change him? This innovative new mystery drama stars Kim Durham (Matt Crawford in The Archers). Fans of anagrams may like to ponder the significance of the character names: Roger Benezoscee, Cath Crobbit, Seth Treave and Leymar……. ‘Dialogue in the Dark’ – the international exhibition in which small groups of people are escorted around a series of darkened rooms by a blind guide was the inspiration behind Angels in the Dark – a radio play set in total darkness. For the full experience, we advise you to listen in the dark! A stage adaptation of this play will be performed as part of the Arundel Festival between the 25th and 29th August, 2010.

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BrokenSea Audio Productions Presents

New Audio Thursday – July 29, 2010

OTR Swag Cast: Season 2 Episode 25

Doc, Jack and Reggie are back again with the Dead STILL needing burying in Arizona!
AND…. Emma and John solve the mystery of- So Stop me if you’ve heard this One!!
BUT FIRST…. It’s:

“The Game’s Afoot” THURSDAY!!

“My Dear Watson, the game’s AFOOT!” Indeed the immortal sleuth and his trusty sidekick Doctor Watson join us for adventures concerning “4 Signs” as well as “Coronets of Beryl”! And the good Doctor finds a wife, with Holmes assistance of course. Thank the Lawgiver for CBSRMT!

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After Dark Theater Presents

Wolfman Investigations: Episode 1 –

“The Ectomologhist” Part 1

July 28, 2010

It’s time to meet the team at Wolfman Investigations as you join him on his first mission along with his faithful assistant Lydia and special guest adventurer Tristen as they investigate strange readings from the Spectral Spectrometer over at a big scary mansion that is in the process of being knocked down.

What mysteries await! What indeed!

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Cornucopia Radio Presents

“Commander Awesome and Liberty Lad”

July 28, 2010

Who is faster than a speeding stock market crash, more powerful than a government bailout, and able to leap tall unemployment figures in a single bound?

Yes! It’s ‘Commander Awesome & Liberty Lad‘ and in times of severe fiduciary strife; they are the only superhero duo you will ever need (especially if you’re also a keen purchaser of high quality ex-superhero items on ebay)

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Wheeality Productions Presents

Bingo The Birthday Clown #20 –

“Everything Old Is New Again”

July 28, 2010

A whirlwind of activity. Chock-a-block with excitement. Tunis plots, Penny plans, Isabelle finds something terrible, and Shaboo gets the door open.

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Sonic Summerstock Playhouse Presents

“Broadway Is My Beat”

July 27, 2010

Episode 4 of Sonic Summerstock Playhouse, the show that brings you famous Internet Audio Drama Companies and their recreations of OTR classics presents “Broadway is my Beat”. A hilarious adaptation brought to you by John Bell from Bell’s in the Batfry with a special appearance of Becky Beach! Bill Hollweg and a reluctant Jack Ward are our hosts tonight.

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Dead On You Studios Presents

You’ve Got Dead On You Episode 17:

“Do You Want Fries With That?”

July 27, 2010

When we last left the couples, they were about to venture into Zach’s burgers for some rest, food and a bit of zombie killing. How did things pan out for our Dukes and Dukettes of Dead? Tune into our newest episode and find out why Craig always orders fries with that!

Mini Review – Night Terrors: Episode 6

A Mini-Review of

Episode 6: “Byron’s Tale”

By Ken Jarman

July 24, 2010

Night Terrors is an anthology horror series produced by Darker Projects. The website has a dark feel contributing to the nature of the stories released by Darker Projects. The website is also very easily navigated with productions listed on the left, and each individual episode listed on the title page from newest to oldest. Embedded on each page is also a playlist of episodes for those just beginning on a particular series. While this is a stand-alone story within the anthology collection of Night Terrors the world of Byron continues in The Byron Chronicles.

The voice actors did well in their parts even though Tom Davis is later replaced by David Ault in the continuing series. As with all episodes of Night Terrors, the host is voiced by Mark Bruzee as Harbinger. The music and his voice give a feel of a Tales from the Crypt type show, with the host introducing and closing out each episode. If you’ve listened to The Byron Chronicles, it will be interesting to note that the voice of Gabriel is none other than Laura Post, who is cast as Chris Sparrow in the continuing series. She does an awesome job of voice acting and playing the part that is assigned to her, as she does in the many different other shows that she has been involved with. The editing of both Ben Harmer and Laura Post is very well done, giving Laura’s voice and angelic quality and Ben’s voice a demonic one. The background noise of the episode gives the episode a nice feel with the lack of silence throughout the episode. Footsteps and rain are well done as well as background conversation in the bar scene.

Like most episodes of Night Terrors, the episode begins with a small clip, leaving the audience wondering how the story got to that point. A demon, named Morg, knocks down Byron’s door, stating that Morg’s master says “you come now.” Byron notes that the door was created for him by Merlin himself. He also narrates that the odd situation of a man walking next to a demon is unnoticed by the regular public due to the fact that humans have an inability to see the supernatural creatures for what they really are. The demon leads Byron to his master, the Devil, who is now beginning to call himself by the name of Logan. Logan informs Byron that he wishes him to find a woman by the name of Lilith who is allegedly the first one to escape from hell.

As Byron arrives back home, he is greeted by the angel known as Gabriel, who informs him that heaven is looking for Lilith as well, saying that she had walked out of heaven. At a bar known as Dante’s Inferno, Lilith tells Byron the truth of who she is. Byron then comes up with a way to keep Gabriel and Logan from obtaining Lilith, resulting in a stalemate. With Lilith locked in a cage that is unable to be penetrated by angel or demon kind, she no longer needs to worry about running from  the forces of heaven or hell, but is instead trapped with Byron. With events continuing in The Byron Chronicles, one can only wonder how long before the forces of heaven and hell will let Byron continue unchecked. If you’re interested in an anthology series or would like some insight into Byron’s previous adventures listen to Night Terrors.

Ken Jarman is a Freelance Audio Drama Examiner for Examiner.com as well as a reviewer for The Listening Post

Is Radio Still The Brass Ring For Audio Drama?

 

Jack Hosley, Special Correspondent
Editorial
July 26, 2010

n July 19th 2010, The Listening Post asked a question, “Can Podcasting Speak For Audio Drama?” This is not a simple question to answer in that there are several different ways to look at the question. As for me, I can only offer my own anecdotal evidence and experience to this and say that it already is. But,that really isn’t the question that needs to be asked.

Podcasting is already “speaking” for Audio Drama. When I started listening to podcasts 5 years ago, it was mainly Podiobooks. The Podiobooks I was listening to at the time were mostly straight reads. I remember thinking that authors have so many more tools to use to tell a good story. (That was when I did 16 Pieces at a Time) So as I was working to fill my growing podcast listening habit I found the Sonic Society. Here is the limitation of radio, but also its strength. It is local. Jack Ward and the Sonic Society are based in Halifax, Canada. From where I live, I am not even sure how far away that is… but it was the Sonic Society that opened my eyes to the fact that Audio Drama is not dead. it was not local radio but podcasting which got that message to me I didn’t even know about BBC doing Audio Drama stories. (Hell I didn’t learn until early 2007 that Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy started as an Audio Drama). So really Podcasting is already working for Audio Drama.

So to me the real question becomes “Is Radio the Brass Ring for Audio Drama?” There is no doubt that as I write this, radio is a media giant that just won’t go away (or won’t for a long time yet) and radio has the huge audience. A huge audience is usually the ultimate goal of any content producer or should be, but this is not necessarily always the case. The goal of commercial radio is to make a profit. Making a profit is where Audio Drama companies struggle as much as radio stations. Although it is cheaper to produce an Audio Drama than it is to produce say a television show or movie, for Audio Drama to be profitable, the radio station it has to have an audience that wants to listen. The radio station can then sell advertising to sponsors and hopefully make a profit. For radio stations it is a business move that they play music (damn just lost Jack Ward here) the music segments  are relatively short thus allowing the station to sell more time for (dun dun DUN) Commercials. So from commercial radio’s point of view Audio Drama just doesn’t have the draw to be profitable for them. (This statement does not apply to community radio or the fine works of the Sonic Society or Radio Drama Revival)

All of that being said, radio has the audience that New Audio Drama producers want, however the challenge is to prove to a radio station that you can provide that audience for them. Which is what podcasting can do, but you must be patient and build your audience. The question you need to ask yourself is this… By the time you get an audience, will you really need to be on the radio? What are your thoughts?

Now Playing… July 26, 2010

Compiled by The Editor

This Week…

Misfits Audio heads to Havana for a double shot of adventure on Bold Venture as they encounter “The Ghost Ship” and “Slate’s Old Flame” on Radio Classics! Pendant Audio’s “Obsessions” collide on Seminar, while Genesis Avalon plays a little game of “Bait and Switch”! MightyStudent.Org takes us down College Road for “The Thrill Of The Hunt” while Voices In The Wind Audio Theater find themselves “Running to Detroit”! Tales of the Extraordinary continues its story of mystical objects, Buru Cultists and of course, talking monkeys in Episode 2 of “To Russia With Love”! Finally, Radio Drama Revival offers up a “Troll Story Showdown and More Brazilian Antics” while Wheeality Productions takes a wrong turn down 19 Nocturne Boulevard and ends up in a deep space “Snafu”!

And Its All Now Playing!

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Misfits Audio Presents

Misfit Monday July 26, 2010

Radio Classics Restored

Bold Venture: Episode 22 –

“The Ghost Ship”

An abandoned ketch is glimpsed floating listlessly. When Slate & Sailor board her, they find a perfectly preserved banquet set out, but no-one on board.

Radio Classics Restored

Bold Venture: Episode 23 –

“Slate’s Old Flame”

A beautiful ex-girlfriend of Slate shows up, and he becomes more and more distant with Sailor. When she gives him an ultimatum, he tells her to go pack her bags, but it soon becomes clear that Slate chose the wrong girl.

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Pendant Productions Presents

Genesis Avalon: Episode 11 –

“Bait and Switch”

July 26, 2010

Jaina’s good day is wrecked by Obsidian while Lilith and Assara have their final battle!

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Wheeality Productions Presents

19 Nocturne Boulevard: “Snafu”

July 25, 2010

A group of space marines on their first training run meet up with something … nasty.

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MightyStudent.Org Presents

College Road: Episode 9 –

“The Thrill of the Hunt”

July 25, 2010

Liam screws up his job – again. Dr. McDermott gets bad news about the music school. Liam is still trying in on with Sive. A strange woman comes around to the house, looking to interview people.

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Voices In The Wind Audio Theatre Presents

“Running To Detroit”

July 24, 2010

“Meg and her Mom Sandra are heading to Detroit to do a little cross-border shopping, and take in a Tigers game. However, Sandra’s passport has expired and they are turned back at the border. An odd encounter on the Windsor waterfront leads them into a wild night of time-travel, rum-smuggling, a near-drowning, hijackers, customs officials thirsty for bribes and a chance encounter with controversial baseball legend Ty Cobb.”

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Tales of the Extraordinary Presents

“To Russia With Love” – Episode 2

July 23, 2010

Episode Two: Wherein Vesper returns and Gatsby converses with a cat!

Russian spies have been stealing mystical items and beasts for months. But in the process, they have drawn the ire of the powerful Kingsley family and the Unknown’s favorite Mongolian monks! And now…vengeance gets international! Meanwhile, Randolph Moon’s comatose body has been kidnapped by Buru Cultists. With The Unknown out of town, Detective Sullivan is the only one who can save him…or is he?

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Fred Greenhalgh Presents

Radio Drama Revival: Episode 183 –

“Troll Story Showdown and More Brazilian Antics”

July 23, 2010

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 dammed up the brook.

Meanwhile, we hear some more installments from Tom Lopez’s excellent Fallen Angels that Bounce. What will happen when Little Leroy is set on the trail of Flo? Will Eddie be enough to save her? And what the heck is going to happen in New York with Flo’s evil alter ego?

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Pendant Productions Presents

Seminar: Episode 35 – “Obsessions”

July 23, 2010

Love and lust collide as gods play games and humans fight!
Featuring “Coffeshop of Love” and “Henpecked”.

Now Playing… July 22, 2010

This Week…

BrokenSea Audio takes us back through the rift to Maudelayne, and spin the tale of a dragon and a princess in “Golden Tsarevna” while OTR Swag Cast goes spelunking in The Hermits Cave! Dead On You Studios asks the question everyone wants to know, and finds the answer is “9 out of 10 Zombies Prefer George Foreman Grills”! Meanwhile, Circus 13 Productions sets off “To Hunt The Hunter” and closes the book on The Wolfman Journals! Finally the Sonic Society tries to solve the case of “Sherlock Holmes and the Tolling Bell” while Wheeality Productions stirs up ghosts from the Deadeye Kid’s past in “Auld Lang Syne”!

and its all… Now Playing!

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BrokenSea Audio Productions PRESEnts

New Audio Thursday July 22, 2010

Maudelayne: Series 3 Episode 6 – “Golden Tsarevna”

A strange cavern opens up, guarded by a dragon, and within is a beautiful princess trapped in a world entirely of metal.

OTR Swag Cast Season 2 Episode 24

Doc, Jack and Reggie are back again with the Dead STILL needing burying in Arizona! AND….
Emma and John are still wondering- so Stop me if you’ve heard this One!!

BUT FIRST…. It’s:

“Spelunking in the Hermit’s Cave” THURSDAY!!

Some creepy anthologies greet thine ears this night straight from the insane host of “The Hermit’s Cave!” So bring your torches and pick axes as we descend into the bowels of CREEP-DOM!

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Circus 13 Productions Presents

The Wolfman Journals

Episode 3: “To Hunt The Hunter”

July 21, 2010

The Hunter has arrived, he’s sent Jacob on a quest to retrieve three items while holding Samuel hostage. Jacob and his denmates must locate these artifacts and attempt to stop the Hunter once and for all.

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Sonic Summerstock Playhouse Presents

“Sherlock Holmes and the Tolling Bell”

July 20, 2010

Episode 3 of Sonic Summerstock Playhouse presents Kung Fu Action Theatre’s masterful presentation of the immortal detective Sherlock Holmes. Writer, Director, Producer, and Actor from Pendant Audio Theater, the equally immortal Jeffrey Bridges is our host tonight.

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Dead On You Studios Presents

You’ve Got Dead On You: Episode 16 –

“9 Out Of 10 Zombies Prefer George Foreman Grills”

July 20, 2010

The couples dispatched with evil Frank, or at least Layla did with her epic weapon The Rip. Now, they continue their quest through zombie infested streets to the outskirts of the city in the hopes of making it to the parent’s of Layla and Faith.

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Wheeality Productions Presents

The Deadeye Kid “Auld Lang Syne” – (Part 1 of 6)

July 20, 2010

A quirk of fate brings both Lem and Fanshaw face to face with people from their pasts. Disagreeable reunions bring up disagreeable memories, and show a taste of what makes a man into a gunslinger.