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  • December 3, 2017

    Brad Lansky 7
    Brad Lansky and the Result War, Part 1

    The seventh in the Brad Lansky series from Dieter Zimmermann in South Africa.

    t is recommended that you listen to this show with headphones or earbuds, because of the highly integrated electronic music score behind the entire production.

    It’s a hard science fiction story that begins where the last episode left off - with a rogue planet passing close by the Earth and ripping the planet into a new orbit around the Sun.

    Written by J. D. Venne, at
  • December 10, 2017

    Brad Lansky and the Result War
    Brad Lansky and the Result War, Part 2

    The Earth’s new orbit is elliptical, with the long end near Venus, and this is making huge changes in the climate with long cold winters and short summers of searing heat. Planetary AI computing power, in the form of GAIA, is focusing on the future of the new orbit, but there is someone else making announcements about that future.

    Produced by Dieter Zimmermann and
  • December 17, 2017

    Brad Lansky 7
    Brad Lansky and the Result War, Part 3

    Listen with headphones or earbuds to appreciate the integrated electronic musical score behind the story.

    “Anonymous” is making announcements about the future of Earth’s orbit, causing a “result war” with GAIA. It shows an enormous amount of computing power, which is worrisome to a paranoid Artificial Intelligence like

    Thanks to J. D. Venne and Dieter Zimmermann for sending along this excellent production upon release.
  • December 24, 2017

    Missing Masters
    OTR Oddities

    The Voyage of the Scarlet QueenThe Death of David Malone
    Howard Duff stars as the skipper of a 79 foot ketch that carries cargo all over the world, having adventures along the way. This is the audition show, the pilot for the series, from 2/2/1947.

    Mulligan’s Travels – Audition Show
    A comedy with Sheldon Leonard as Milton Mulligan, a New York taxi driver who’s also going back to school after getting out of the army.

    This is the audition show and only existing episode of a series that didn’t sell. June 1949.
  • December 31, 2017

    Oddities for a New Year

    A few things that you simply can’t hear anywhere else in the Galaxy.

    Where No Goon Has Gone Before - a Star Trek / Goon Show mashup.

    Star Trek: The Baby Boom Generation - a mashup of dozens of TV shows from the 60s and 70s, from Shockwave.

    A primitive production of
    The Theory Jack Built, a poem from The Space Child’s Mother Goose.

    And More!


  • January 7, 2018

    Cerebus the Aardvark #1
    Cerebus the Aarkvark Comics, by Dave Simm, issues 1-3

    With permission of the author, we present the first six of the Cerebus Comics, produced by Shockwave, and recently recovered from the original master tapes.
    Cerebus the Aardvark #1
    Cerebus the Aardvark #2 - Captive in Boreala
    Cerebus the Aardvark #3 - Song of Red Sophia

    Written by Dave Sim, published by Aardvark Vanaheim Prress in Canada. Adapted for radio by Kara Dalkey. Produced in Limited Radiomation by Shockwave.

    Issues 4-6 next week.
  • January 14, 2018

    Cerebus the Aardvark #4
    Cerebus the Aardvark Comics,
    by Dave Simm, Issues 4-6

    Shockwave productions of the comics, published by Aardvark Vanaheim Press, Canada.
    Cerebus the Aardvark #4 - Death’s Dark Tread
    Cerebus the Aardvark #5 - The Terror of Bran Mak Mufin
    Cerebus the Aardvark #6 - The Secret (Live)

    Written and drawn by Dave Sim. Adapted with permission of the author by Kara Dalkey. Produced in Limited Radiomation by Shockwave, engineered by Chris Dronen. Musical selections by Matthew Tepper.

    Episode 6 was performed live at Minicon 19, April 1, 1983, when Dave Simm was the Artist Guest of Honor and was sitting in the front row. This was a portion of a larger program called
    The Fall of the House of Usherette.

    See more
    Cerebus comics online.
  • January 21, 2018

    Radio Laffs of 1940
    Radio Laffs of 1940 (Part 1)

    A typical day on live radio in 1940, in Hollywood, except there is an actors strike, so host Edmund and guest George Tirebiter have to carry the entire day’s programming all by themselves. That includes episodes of
    The Poon’s Farm Show, the soap opera Over the Edge, and the adventure show, Mark Time, plus the news and commercials.

    A live show written and performed by
    Philip Austin and David Ossman of the famed Firesign Theatre in 1976.

    We hear the first half of this program tonight, and the conclusion next week.
  • January 28, 2018

    Radio Laffs of 1940
    Radio Laffs of 1940, conclusion

    The second part of the live radio broadcast of May 5, 1976, with Philip Austin and David Ossman. This will include the shows T
    he FBI At War With Peace, and the Nick Danger, Third Eye episode, Tool For Actors.

    Others in the cast include Mark A. Ward, Chris Mifkin, and Leslie Nicholson. Produced by Larry Waggoner.

Coming to a Radio near you!