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The Sword of the Crimson Tatter

The Sword of the Crimson Tatter

the world was dying. The brazen and base races of man gave birth to ages where greed for gain and violence flourished. Where honor and nobility were profaned while lies and unrestrained consumption were made sacred. Scars covered the Mother of Thunder. What once was wild

Savage Rose turns one of Shakespeare’s bloodiest works into a radio play

Savage Rose turns one of Shakespeare’s bloodiest works into a radio play

one of the few remaining original copies of William Shakespeare’s “First Folio” — the first publication of his plays — will be inĀ Louisville. In the meantime

Earbud Playhouse: Radio Drama in the Podcast Age

Earbud Playhouse: Radio Drama in the Podcast Age

so much so that for many of us it has supplanted radio listening. Consider that when the hour-long narrative radio program This American Life debuted in 1995

Scary stories for October

Scary stories for October

plan a movie night or mark your calendar for thrills and chills.(Photo: CINDY HOSEA/Staff)Buy Photo

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Now is the time to share a spooky story or movie with friends or curl up with a book that makes you leave an extra light on at bedtime.

Spooky stories have a long tradition of being told to scare and entertain

A Date With Judy

A Date With Judy

Date with Judy was an American old time radio program during the 1940s. It was a teenage comedy that began as a summer replacement for Bob Hope’s show, sponsored by Pepsodent and airing on...

Jon Grilz on Audio Drama Podcasts, Small Town Horror and Flawed Protagonists 0

Jon Grilz on Audio Drama Podcasts, Small Town Horror and Flawed Protagonists

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In this podcast Jon Grilz talks about his favourite audio drama podcasts