KFAI 90.3 FM

2020

  • February 2, 2020

    Adventures on the Backroads of Time
    You Can’t Get There From Here
    The first of three related stories of time travel. Written by Claire Kiernan and Terry Sanders, and performed by the Atlanta Radio Theater Company. From their
    Adventures on the Backroads of Time series. Published by Sunset Productions in 1997.

    Over the Rainbow
    A short tale originally from
    Radio Romania, coming to us through the Wireless Theatre Company in the UK. Recorded in binaural - so listen with headphones. Written and directed by Mihneå Chelariu and Ion Andrei Puican.
  • February 9, 2020

    Adventures on the Backroads of Time
    It’s Been Done Before
    The second of the Adventures on the Backroads of Time stories. They are
    kind of a Past-Present-Future trilogy, so think of this as the present tense. By Claire Kiernan and Terry Sanders, from the marvelous Atlanta Radio Theatre Company.

    The Jester’s Slippers
    One of the entries in the 75th War of the Worlds Anniversary contest, from
    YAP Audio in Scotland. It’s the WoW story taking place in the days of knights and dragons.
  • February 16, 2020

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    It Can’t Be That Important
    The conclusion to the Backroads of Time tales, from the Atlanta Radio Theater Company, by Claire Kiernan and Terry Sanders.

    Time Travel, Inc.
    A tale of the new company, and a man who knows what he wants… from the past.
    A lively live performance by the
    Wireless Theatre Company in England.
  • February 23, 2020

    Jokes In Space
    Jokes In Space

    A panel at a science fiction convention turns into a demonstration of its topic - is science fiction funny? A
    Mark Time Radio Show presentation from The Great Northern Audio Theatre.
  • March 1, 2020

    Everything You Inow Is Wrong - the Firesign Theatre
    Everything You Know Is Wrong

    From the award-winning communications trailer in Hellmouth, California comes the latest news on the aliens among us, including the daredevil jump into the hole to the center of the Earth. Sound unbelievable? Yeah, it does to us, too. But tune in to find out just how funny these aliens can be.

    The
    Firesign Theatre brings us this comic masterpiece, and related short subjects.
  • March 8, 2020

    Seeing Ear Theater
    The Death of Captain Future

    Seeing Ear Theater’s version of Allen Steele’s story. Captain Future pulp stories were mostly written by Edmund Hamilton back in the 1940s, though he was not the creator of the character. This is a tale of a much later character who thinks he IS the original Captain Future. The Old Time Radio shows sprinkled throughout this tale have dialogue taken directly from those Edmund Hamilton tales.
  • March 15, 2020

    Forbidden Planet on Caltex Theater
    Forbidden Planet

    This is an Australian radio production of the classic MGM science fiction movie, "Forbidden Planet. The production uses all the original electronic music and effects from the film. Years before Starfleet officers donned uniforms in Star Trek, it was done in Forbidden Planet. Long before Han Solo held a blaster, the guys in Forbidden Planet did it.

    Caltex Theater was an Australian Anthology series sponsored by Caltex Oil Company from 1948-1960. This was broadcast in 1957. Also available onYouTube.
  • March 22. 2020

    SpaceGirl: Downloading the Legacy
    Space Girl: Downloading the Legacy

    Linda Kim Shelmerdine discovered her considerable powers during her hormonal years (the Sun was having similar problems then). But she read the Superheroes' guide books, and her years in 4-H helped, too.
    Now 59, SpaceGirl is somewhat disillusioned with the way Superheroism is viewed these days, both by the public and by other Superheroes. But she takes her job seriously, and takes occasional vacations at her crater-side retreat on the Moon.

    From the
    Great Northern Audio Theatre, and starring Melinda Peterson as SpaceGirl, with Phil Proctor and David Ossman of the Firesign Theatre.
  • March 29, 2020

    The Martian Archives
    Rick Fleshtone’s Minute Mysteries

    Each episode brings new clues and greater silliness. It’s a comic detective story from
    The Martian Archives, about which we can find nothing more, except that it’s from 1994. We aim to bring you audio theater that you simply cannot find anywhere else.

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