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  • September 10, 2017

    Ruby 10
    Ruby 10 - The Black Star of Summa Nulla

    Rodant Kapoor has started his own detective agency, and takes a case to find the gem called the Black Star of Summa Nulla, which some believe can predict the future. Of course, everyone wants the gemstone, and Kapoor is convinced his client wants to eat him, so he’s hiding in a part of Summa Nulla where the rains never stop, “The Big Boohoos.”

    A brand new story of
    Ruby the Galactic Gumshoe, from ZBS. Written by Meatball Fulton, with original music by Tim Clark.
  • September 17, 2017

    Netherdrome
    Netherdrome - The Ultimate Vote

    After the Earth surface becomes uninhabitable, people live in underground tunnels. There are always technical challenges of living in tunnels, and sometimes there are political ones as well.

    One story of the
    Netherdrome series from the Nebraska Broadcast Theater. Written and produced by Barry Anderson.
  • September 24, 2017

    Sound Affects
    The Fall Pledge Drive Show

    Short subjects, many of a humorous nature, from Big Fun Radio, Great Northern Audio, the Iowa Radio Project, and much more. AND it’s your opportunity to show you listen to the show and like what you hear. Go online and
    make a pledge now, before we even get there, and so we can say your name on the air in thanks for your support. Do it now, okay?
  • October 1, 2017

    Baron Dave Romm
    In Memory of Baron DavE Romm

    Baron David E Romm passed away on or about September 16th. Dave co-hosted
    Shockwave on KFAI for 28 years, saying he “just wanted to be weird on the radio.” Tonight we host a memorial show to Dave’s celebrated weirdness on Shockwave, overseen by Jerry Stearns and Brian Westley, who co-hosted with him. Science fiction and comedy from Dave’s invention, the St. Paul Spaceport.
  • October 8, 2017

    Pirate Legends from olonial Radio
    Dixie Bull

    Most of us have come to accept that Hollywood has given us over the years as pirate tales, but you will have no "Pirate Hero" here. What you will find is what history gave us... ruthless men who were the terrorists of their day. Colonial Radio Theater’s take on one of the earliest pirates, Dixie Bull.

    Nirvana White: Flowers for the Grave

    From
    Midnight Audio Theatre’s Features plays. Written by Phillip Hickman, and winner of the WCBE script competition in 2012.
  • October 15, 2017

    Dry Smoke and Whispers
    Vapors

    From the series
    Shriek Show. Emille Song is a telepathic detective, and he’s trying to find a deadly red mist that’s floating around the city of Quaymet. Tales of the Dry Smoke and Whispers Detective Agency, produced by Marc Rose.

    Short Subjects

    Two from the Iowa Radio Project, produced by Dan Coffey at the University of Iowa.
    Air Bob, about that great old family-owned airline, and Hobbyists, about the dangers of collecting.
  • October 22, 2017

    Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
    Freedom Suite

    Michael Heflin wrote this tale of a writer who goes up to a remote cabin to write, and is terrorized by his own character.

    The Count

    The story of the most famous Transylvanian and the trouble he finds when he gets involved in Show Business. Written by J. Eugene Green and produced by the fine folks at the A
    tlanta Radio Theater Company. Included in The Centauri Express, ARTC’s audio magazine.
  • October 29, 2017

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    Minot’s Light

    Minots Ledge Light, the most romantic lighthouse in America, is also the site of the most tragic event in the history of the American lighthouse. This story is thoroughly researched, and one of the Candlelight Tales from the Colonial Radio Theatre.

    Nirvana White: Flowers for the Grave

    Written by Phillip Hickman and winner of the
    Midnight Audio Theatre’s script competition for 2012.
  • November 5, 2017

    The Axe and Crown
    The Axe and Crown, Episodes 1-4

    The seedy ale house, Axe and Crown is expecting to be foreclosed. It’s mostly a place for trolls and outcasts, and the kitchen has been closed for years. But the regular clientele would miss it. Then they find out they have a new owner, and he’s not what they expected at all.

    A new series from Eli McIlveen and the crew at Forgery League, who brought us
    Alba Salix, Royal Physician. Four more episodes next week.
  • November 12, 2017

    The Axe and Crown
    The Axe and Crown, Episodes 5-8

    More of the story with Gubbin, Betula and Stan, and the rival pub opening across the street. The question is “Why isn’t the kitchen open? A fire, you say?”

    Written and directed by Eli McIlveen at
    Forgery League Productions, the folks who brought us the Ogle Award winning Alba Salix, Royal Physician. There are more episodes available at albasalix.com.
  • November 19, 2017

    Seeing Ear Theatre
    A Good Knight’s Work

    Based on the short story by Robert Bloch, local fellow helps a time-traveling Arthurian knight fulfill his quest, but gets himself in a great deal of trouble with the modern day police in the process.

    Comes to us by George Zarr and through the auspices of the
    Seeing Ear Theatre. Starring Tony Danza.
  • November 26, 2017

    The Plimoth Adventure
    The Plimoth Adventure: Voyage of the Mayflower

    The pilgrims embark on a perilous voyage to the New World in search of religious freedom. Jerry Robbins and the
    Colonial Radio Theatre bring us this historically accurate tale of the beginnings of our country.

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