Monty Eldritch, Penny, and Sil are called upon to investigate a mysterious death at an old country estate. Could it be natural causes? Or something more sinister? This episode features chills, thrills, laughs; it’s perfect for the spooky season. “You can’t threaten a ghost with death…” Songs Featured: Amnesia Waltz Gone but Not Forgotten
Everyone in Williamsburg is getting ready for the Christmas season, and Williamsburg employees are busy making the 600 wreaths needed to decorate the town. Betty Miles often wins a blue ribbon for her wreaths and many folks are jealous. But what they don’t know is that Betty gets her special wreath trimmings through pagan tributes […]
With the overpopulation of the Earth, the world’s new triumvirate has been chartering ships. Their purpose: to transport groups with the mission of colonizing other habitable worlds. They’ve been claiming to discover these new worlds uninhabited and after much work on their part, ready to occupy. All evidence points to the contrary.
Buck Barlow is a detective – and a dog. Along with his friends and associates, he solves mysteries in “the big city.” In this episode, Buck and the gang are on the trail of a crook who has murdered an old friend and mentor of Buck’s: Captain Craggy. Will they be successful? Listen to find […]
No man is a failure who has friends – in the right places. Ten years after George Bailey’s life was saved by his guardian angel, things in Bedford Falls are in a tailspin of blood, booze and bad decisions: A serial killer has bodies piling up like so much bad debt at the building and […]
A lighthearted story to introduce us to a modern version of Nancy Drew or Trixie Belden. In fact, our heroine is also named Trixie! This episode has Trixie looking for crimes to solve and trying to fit in as a normal teenager. Listen in to see how well she does at both!
A mysterious recording has emerged from an estate sale. It is a first hand account of an event — an out-of-this-world encounter — that happened at Christmas time some forty years ago. Does the story presented on the recording reflect reality or imagination? Is this an encounter with Santa, or an alien?
As if ruining my life wasn’t enough, now he’s back to ruin my Christmas. The only thing I hate more than Christmas is Tucker James—the guy who wrote a song about me after I turned him down in high school. He became famous. I became infamous. With Tucker back in town to play at the […]
If a radio play and an audiobook met at a campfire to share a chilling account of mayhem that takes place in hell and a real estate office parking lot, it would sound like: Whistlebottom – A Trespasser’s Tale. Like an otherworldly adventure story read by your delightfully weird mom, all of the roles and […]
For as long as Ryn could remember, she has dreamed of going on the Voyage of the Great Navigators, a sacred ritual event held every 5 years. To honor their ancestors, participants sail the entire breadth of the Aoela Nation. For Ryn, Lykos, and Maseeda, this journey will be one of self-discovery, growth, and adventure. […]
This vignette, culled from the author’s oral interviews of his grandmother’s recollections of being a nurse in 1960s Detroit, is part of a series developed to preserve and disseminate African American history through audio dramas broadcast on our campus radio station during Black History month.
Set during the events of Fallout: New Vegas follow the story of a tough-as-nails wasteland detective and a blonde-bombshell vault girl as they solve some of postwar America’s biggest mysteries. From the harsh lands of Texas to the war-torn deserts of the Mojave, Walter & Bunny risk it all to expose sensational murders, crime syndicates, […]
The play takes place at a future time of environmental collapse, when water is so scarce that it has to be rationed, and when certain members of society are deemed unnecessary and therefore eligible to be sacrificed to save water. The protagonist, Dawn Agwas, realizes that she and her cat Finbar will be eliminated, and […]
The Trial of Sarah, a family peace play written by Gloria Itman Blum, is a retelling of the biblical story of Sarah sending Hagar and Ishmael away to the desert to protect her own son Isaac. This fearful demand dividing Abraham’s family may have been the precursor to the hostility between the Jews (the descendants […]
Benji Vaughn is settling into his new home, recently inherited from his grandmother. Everything looks fine until the lawyer, Harold Summerlin, appears with news of a long lost relative that will affect Benji’s inheritance. In dealing with this, Benji finds he must also face his own prejudices and their effect on his immediate family.
It’s the Spectral Silhouette Radio Show! A pulpy musical audio drama inspired by old time radio programs from the 30’s and 40’s. Spectral Silhouette features a full voice cast and jazz band performing original songs and stories for your listening pleasure.
“After the death of her parents, spoiled, abrasive Mary is sent to live with her Uncle Archibald at Misselthwaite Manor in Yorkshire. With animated comments and apt characterizations, the cast of narrators describe how Mary discovers an abandoned secret garden and a host of unlikely friends, including plainspoken gardener Ben Weatherstaff, frail and demanding cousin […]
The Rapscallion Agency follows the adventures of cat burglar Lisette Mainsabiles and computer hacker Paul Lee (aka Cluracan) as they use their unique skills to start a business, navigate young love, and lovingly care for a cybernetic rat.
In 1899, a medical doctor summoned to the ancestral home of her old flame uncovers his family’s dark history and the devastating consequences of truths kept secret for generations. The Lost Son is a limited event audio drama series inspired by gothic horror stories and classic monster novels.
Three women. A London Office. A missing colleague. A pandemic. And a play that has just opened on the West End. A story about the position of women, the dignity of work, the demands of business, the life of the mind, and the need to care for your family.