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  • December 1, 2019

    Running To Detroit
    Running to Detroit
    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.

    The story comes to us from Voices in the Wind, in Ontario, Canada. Produced by David Farquhar.

    The Toxic Donut
    Three Odd Comedies by Terry Bisson, from Seeing Ear Theatre (The Sci-Fi Channel). Produced by Brian Smith.
  • December 8, 2019

    Electric Vicuna Productions
    Alone In The Night

    Jack Ward, of the Sonic Society and
    Electric Vicuña Productions, sent us this very intimate tale of a man on a remote space station, alone, and finding someone to talk to about the war that’s going on out there somewhere. It is a Mark Time Award Winner.
  • December 15, 2019

    Midnight Audio Theatre
    Tara Flame on Patrol
    Tara Flame and the Sleeping City

    Two stories of Tara Flame, flying her spaceship to new horizons of fun. Written by Evan Waters, both tales won the Midnight Audio Theater script contest in 2014 and in 2018. Produced by Catherine Rinella for the
    Midnight Audio Theatre podcast, at WCBE Radio in Columbus, Ohio.
  • December 22, 2019

    Midnight Audio Theatre
    Angel of Casimir
    A tale of a Christmas truce during war time, yet more dangerous even than the war itself. From the
    Midnight Audio Theatre’s Features script writing contest. Written by Jim McDoniel.

    The Last Transmission
    The recorded notes of an expedition to explore the ruins of a city near the North Pole, but strange and unexpected things are happening. They try to get a message through by radio, but…
    Written and produced by the same as above.

    A pair of episodes of
    Iowans Abroad, from the Iowa Radio Project.
  • December 29, 2019

    Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death
    Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death

    Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the release of the first new
    Firesign Theatre album after their reunion. It’s all about the upcoming Y2K computer Armageddon at the end of 1999. It’s happening at your local radio station as they change formats in the middle of a song, and worry about the chips in their coffee maker blowing up. Radio Now!


  • January 5, 2020

    The Giant Rat of Sumatra
    The Tale of the Giant Rat of Sumatra

    The Great Defective Hemlock Stones, and his continent companion, Dr Flotsom, take off on another mysterious case - probably of Scotch. A
    Firesign Theatre tour de force take-off on another kind of radio mystery.
  • January 12. 2020

    Every Now and Then
    Every Now and Then
    A sunny day, a quaint antique store, browsing through artifacts of the past. For Frank it is the beginning of a journey that will tear his world inside out.

    Lots of wonderful electrical zaps in this story by George Zarr, and produced by
    Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre, out of Chatham, Ontario, Canada. David Farquhar, producer.

    Dark Road to Nowhere
    It was a dark and stormy night… a lonely country road, when suddenly… Yes it’s that sort of story, from
    Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre, in Canada. Written and directed by Joey Ouellette.

    The Happy Hour News
    Firesign Theatre is telling us what’s happening. From their Everything You Know Is Wrong album of the late 60s.
  • January 19, 2020

    `The Troll of Stony Brook
    The Troll of Stony Brook
    Awkward teenager, Jamie, is driving home from a party and hits something - something big. He is convinced to go back to the scene and finds a creature pushed to the brink by human progress. Startling and brutal.

    From Fred Greenhalgh and FinalRune Productions in Maine. Recorded on location in South Portland and Alfred, Maine.
  • January 26, 2020

    The Insiders
    The Insiders’ Lounge
    Home Duckencover always felt like an Outsider. And then one day everything around him just disappears, and Homer finds himself “on a back road, at the outskirts of the Middle of Nowhere.” An old pickup truck picks him up, and it’s his old high school girlfriend, Raisinette, who disappeared mysteriously. And she’s taking him to where he always wanted to be - the Insiders’ Lounge. But powerful forces are scheming to return Homer to his old world. Homer doesn’t want to go back. Would you?

    Written and directed by Leslie Fuller. Produced by

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