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  • June 22, 2014

    Villains on Parade
    Villains on Parade and High Moon

    Villains on Parade features an Evil Sorceress, bumbling henchmen, the Annual Storming of the Castle, the Plunderers Day Parade, the Lost Orc Commentaries, and other extreme silliness. The Bad Guys have their say, the Pros take the stage and bring down the castle. Featuring Chuck McCann and Wally Wingert. It's all from the Mark Time Radio Show 2010 and the Great Northern Audio Theatre.

    High Moon has a young punk challenging the old timer to a duel - magic at 50 meters. It's not the first time he's seen this kind of ambitious spell-slinger, and he knows he has a destiny out on the top of that high hill. Another from the Great Northern Audio Theatre.
  • June 29, 2014

    The Post Void Radio Theater
    The Little City In Space #8

    The Post Void Radio Theater brings us another in their nationally syndicated series from high atop the gravity well. Featuring the usual features: the News From Nowhere, Job Lines, and the Paul Bunny Report. Also material from the late Paul Zaiser. The lasting imprint on LCS by the late Paul Zaiser includes announcing episode #8′s advertisement for Kittywampus, classic LCS commercials for Plate Tectonics and Martian Moon Maiden Voyages, featuring Paul as Major Mark Mullins (“You can call me Mel…”).

    More on the LCS at scorchedear.com, and more episodes at archive.org.

    Many thanks to Libby Donohue for sitting in while Jerry's away this week.
  • July 6, 2014

    Running to Detroit
    Running to Detroit

    Voices in the Wind sends us this delightful ditty from Canada. Meg and her mom head to Detroit for some cross-border shopping and a Tigers game. An odd encounter on the Windsor waterfront leads them into a wild night of time-travel, rum-smuggling, a near drowning, and customs officials hungry for bribes. Written by Dave Carley, one of Canada's leading Playwrights and Radio Dramatists.

    Plus short subjects. First it's EABGOSFA, by Paddy Leitsch. I could tell you what it means, but where's the surprise in that? And then All the Star Trek Shows in One, by Jim Samuels.
  • July 13, 2014

    Cyber Bob and the Digital Nymph

    Recorded live over the July 4th weekend. Cyber Bob is the consummate hacker. Part of his credo is "Never use two punch cards when one will do." Bob is hired to find the Digital Nymph, the Goddess of Cyberspace, by a rich and successful Dot Com honcho who secretly wants to own her. Bob gathers his quest team to play computer games all across the digital landscape, and of course, saves the goddess and the day.

    It's the 17th Mark Time Radio Show, written by Brian Price and Jerry Stearns, and featuring David Ossman of the Firesign Theatre, and a host of wonderful local voice actors.

    Plus the matinee short subject, A Day at the Library.
  • July 20, 2014

    Adventures in Sound and Space

    Col. Frank Erhardt and the cast. This was the pilot for a 1958 radio series proposed for NBC radio. It was aimed not just at kids, but at the whole family, so there's something for adults, too.

    It's a celebration of the Year of Our Moonlanding 45, and includes more about movies about outer space, in an interview with George Tirebiter, who produced plenty of bad old sci-fi movies back in the 50s at Paranoid Pictures. Forgettable films like Nomads from Neptune. This is George talking about them as part of Neptune All Night, with
  • July 27, 2014

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    Little City in Space, Episode 9

    More arch-silliness from the Post Void Radio Theater's syndicated series.

    High atop the Arthur Bagg building in Communications Central, hosts Stu, Pete and Jerry bring you news and entertainment from satellite LCS-1, featuring The Paul Bunny Report; paranormal investigator Alabama Neptune; public service announcements; commercials for Old Dotage Fig Paste, Mama Steve's Rumba Toast, and Purago Paper Towels.

    Thanks to David O'Sullivan, of KFAI's Malarkey - Radio with an Irish Accent (Monday's at 7:30 PM), for sitting in while Jerry takes a little time off.
  • August 3, 2014

    Peter Galaxy, Interstellar Envoy

    First in a the Summer Showcase series from Decoder Ring Theatre, it's Mark Time Show Time, where they redo scripts from the Mark Time Radio Shows of the past decade.

    And short subjects chosen by Guest Host, David O'Sullivan.
  • August 10, 2014

    The Velveteen Submission or
    The Lighthouse At the End of the Tunnel

    Another Mark Time Show Time episode from Decoder Ring Theatre's Summer Showcase series.

    Plus shorts with Guest Host David O'Sullivan.
  • August 17, 2014

    Super Pal: The Saving of the World

    A Mark Time Show Time superhero story with NPR overtones, from the Great Northern Audio's Mark Time Radio Show scripts redone by the equally great Decoder Ring Theatre, of Canada.

    And another pair of shorts with David O'Sullivan sitting in 'em. (That didn't come out right.)

Coming to a Radio near you!

Little City in Space

The Little City In Space

This show was a mainstay on KFAI from very early in its existence in 1978. Highly inventive and well-produced, it lasted many years. In 1999 Stu Mathews, Peter Stenshoel and Jerry Modjeski used a grant to produce a 13-week syndicated series for public radio. Sound Affects is proud to bring you that entire series over the next year. On the Last Sunday of each month we'll bring you one of those marvelous Little City In Space shows, starting in November 2013.

Thanks to Peter Stenshoel for the shows, and to Jerry Modjeski for helping to engineer the opportunity. See more about Jerry Modjeski's several shows on KFAI at his website, ScorchedEar.com. Lots of Little City in Space material is available at Archive.org.
Ruby Refreshed

Ruby Refreshed

Coming in November we are pleased to take you all back to the original Ruby, The Adventures of a Galactic Gumshoe, from ZBS. It's groundbreaking audio theater from 1980, but this version has been updated with additional music and effects that weren't possible when it was made. This is one of those series to which all later shows are compared. It's that good. Updated by Tim Clark.