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Radio Drama Revival: The Fred Years (2007-2010)

Radio Drama Revival: The Fred Years (2007-2010)

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Archive 1 of 2 — the early years! First-gen Radio Drama Revival episodes with host Fred Greenhalgh showcasing the best of modern audio drama. Catalogs episodes 1-199. Keep up to date with the world of contemporary audio fiction on our main feed, Radio Drama Revival!
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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. The Mask of Innana demonstrates amply that they have the chops to […] The post Episode 199 – The Mask of …
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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 audio dramatization of Starstruck, an off-Broadway stage show and comic book that is the […] The post …
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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 drama fest called Transcontinental Terror. First, Icebox introduces us to a pair of teenage girls whose…
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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 Hatley. So it’s with great pleasure I get to bring something new by Chatterbox […] The post Episode 196 …
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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 festival of fear that runs from 5pm to 11pm EDT. This week […] The post Episode 195 – FinalRune Returns wi…
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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 a preview of FinalRune‘s new Halloween show, The Cleansed. Then we adventure to The Shadowlands, where w…
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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 will be featured on Halloween night, October 31st, from 5pm – 11pm EST for a […] The post Episode 193 – H…
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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 allowed to own property and free, fertile women are conscripted to become “handmaid’s” – […] The post Epi…
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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 longer distinguishable, woman are no longer allowed to own property and free, fertile […] The post Episode…
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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 a dismal future where the lines between church and state are […] The post Episode 190 – BBC Radio’s The …
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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 eliminate the pesky interloper once and for all. Meanwhile, the sea is rising, […] The post Episode 189 …
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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 brings a message of hope to the people of Moloch… but the people would […] The post Episode 188 – The Last …
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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 hope of saving a dying world… Which the Molochians respond to by […] The post Episode 187 – Moloch’s Ligh…
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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 and teasers from the forthcoming season two. We speak with […] The post Episode 186 – The Zombie Podcast R…
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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 – poverty. Followed by a redux of The Last Harbinger, the chilling and darkly satirical […] The post Episo…
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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 […] The post Episode 184 – Troll Story Wraps up with…
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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 […] The post Episode 1…
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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. After this next dose of audio delight we move on to Fallen Angels […] The post Episode 182 – More Trolling …
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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 goodness so head over to ZBS to purchase the remaining episodes if you’re enjoying the […] The post Episode 18…
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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. Stay tuned all this month for additional episodes of the new […] The post Episode 180 – FinalRune’s…
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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.org/home/528 Anyways, what we’ve got on the ‘pod is work from 2003 and 2005. Listen […] The post Episod…
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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 – “Collector’s Fever” by Roger Zelazny and “And Miles to Go […] The post Episode 178 – Collector’s Fever and…
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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 produced these works for the Beyond 2000 series which aired on NPR. […] The post Episode 177 – Robert Heinlein’…
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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 treat. I raved about his work […] The post Episode 176 – Going Beyond 2000 to a World of Robots appear…
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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 that lets Norman tell us the story of a life in radio – giving us a […] The post Episode 175 – Norman Corwi…
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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 with celebrity actors including, no joke, William Shatner! Fun stuff. Enjoy […] The post Episode 174 – Norm…
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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 Writers Guild Theatre was extraordinary. Leonard Maltin hosted and Peggy Webber’s California Artists […] The po…
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Norman Corwin working in control booth during radio show “Untitled”;1944 Photographer: Gjon Mili #2Courtesy Norman Corwin website In a bold coup for Radio Drama Revival, we look back to yesteryear and the golden age of radio drama to celebrate one of its luminaries – the magnificent Norman Corwin, also called the “poet laureate of radio,” […] The p…
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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 Chronicles, and as its truly epic first season draws to its conclusion, […] The post Episode 170 – Discover the …
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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 stunning first and second season, and now a three-part third season […] The post Episode 169 – Another…
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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 now stretching out to the rest of the world. We listen to the second-part […] The post Episode 168 – S…
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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 it is a blast (literally and figuratively). Zombies assault the tower […] The post Episode 167 – Zombies…
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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 set against the hunt for a mysterious sea creature. A multi-levelled tale, listeners might also […] The post …
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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! Get it while you can, as we’re posting it for only two weeks and […] The post Episode 165 – What Would You…
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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 adult children as they return to their childhood home for the last time. […] The post Episode 164 – Chatterb…
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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 Canyon… A place where a man had an […] The post Episode 163 – Southwestern Ghosts with Never Paid Radi…
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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 feature this very exciting, on-location recorded audio drama. Yes, the snow you hear is snow! The post Episo…
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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 poke his nose where it didn’t belong. So is […] The post Episode 161 – Don’t Get Mauled by the Three Toed…
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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 all be chocked up to magnetism, their investigation discovers their building’s “Resident Member.” Enjoy…
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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 some tales you may not have run across before… Today’s tale is the pilot […] The post Episode 159: Ghosts …
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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 your taste for darkness. Today’s double feature comes from their series of short […] The post Episode 158…
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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, and Kris Markman – you can listen to that interview on episode 130. […] The post Episode 157 – These Jo…
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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 horizon. We feature the tale “I Saw Myself Running,” a retelling of the […] The post Episode 156 – Ru…
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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 genuine Maine lighthouse. The tale? Three lighthouse keepers find themselves the prisoners of their […] …
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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 seems that most audio dramatists have steered clear. Not so […] The post Episode 154 – Chatterbox Tell…
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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 find its owner – the goose that is, not the gem. The […] The post Episode 153: The Blue Carbuncle Find…
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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 crime? Enjoy! The post Episode 152 – In Search of the Blue Carbuncle appeared first on Radio Drama Revival.…
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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 dragon by the toy soldier guards, and how to get […] The post Episode 151: Kiss Santa Goodbye… Or at lea…
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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 chain-smoking unicorn and a […] The post Episode 150 – The Most Wonderful Time to Say Goodbye to a Cruel …
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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 with her partner. But the motives of the killer and tastes of the good guys is all […] The post Episode 149…
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