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Calling All Cars

Popular vintage radio show “Calling All Cars” broadcast from 1933 to 1939. One of the first radio police dramas, the program used actual Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) crime stories. The show’s structure was...

The Great Gildersleeve

From 1941 to 1957, The Great Gildersleeve, a cherished radio sitcom, was broadcast. Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve, a large and pretentious guy who frequently found himself the target of his own jokes, served as the...

Upstate high school radio station named best in the nation

“It’s over the internet. And it’s out in the podcast directories. Everything they do, other people all around the world can hear,” explained Boone. Earlier this year, My Pulse Radio was named the best high school radio station in the nation by Intercollegiate Broadcasting System for the third time in six years. “Do I think […]

The Granite City Radio Theatre is on air in St. Cloud

The Granite City Radio Theatre is on air in St. Cloud

Shelby Lindrud, West Central Tribune, Willmar, Minn. Mar. 4—ST. CLOUD — Four times a year, inside Pioneer Place on 5th in St. Cloud, one can experience the golden age of radio while still firmly in the 21st century. “It’s this fun, old-school, new-school situation,” said Jeff Carmack, arts and cultural heritage producer for KVSC 88.1 […]

140 submissions received for NBC radio dramas…pitching starts today

Pricilla Mukokobi The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) received a whopping 140 submissions for its radio drama programmes. Last November, NBC called on storytellers, writers and producers to submit culturally-relevant and captivating radio drama proposals for its new venture – the Molelo Radio Drama Project. The genres include crime, comedy, action/adventure and romance. The idea is […]

Listen to the world’s first radio play

Radio works its strongest magic, I always think, when you listen to it in the dark. The most reliable example is the Shipping Forecast, that bracing incantation of place names and gale warnings, which – with the lights out – can transform even the most inland bedroom into a wind-battered coastal cottage. But darkness can […]

From WAR OF THE WORLDS To NIGHT VALE: The Return Of Audio Fiction In Horror

Creators explore the resurgence of this “theater of the mind.” “Radio Listeners in Panic, Taking War Drama as Fact” reads the immortalized front page spread of The New York Times on Halloween morning, 1938. In one chaotic night, an unfettered hysteria washed over the American public as Orson Welles’ broadcast adaptation of The War of […]

High Density

Drama on Newstalk presents the premiere of “HIGH DENSITY”, in which IMRO-nominated producer Brian Gallagher explores the tensions that arise in a community when one resident in a small cul-de-sac refuses to sell her home to a developer who wants to build apartments on the site. “HIGH DENSITY” is told partly from the perspective of […]