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So I was looking around these old boxes in the basement of the library at Common Nations U, and I found these old tapes. They are an old radio show from the 1930’s called The Adventures of Lord Dinby Whitherspoon: Duke of Space. The tapes are not in great shape, so I’m going to get them transferred to digital, and have my friend Maggie help restore the voices with some actors we know and this software she has. They are really different from anything I’ve listened to before, so I thought other people might find them interesting. Anyway, I hope to have the first one up by July 21, 2014. Let me know what you think of them!
Ars Paradoxica is a new monthly podcast in the style of 1940s radio dramas.
The story details the efforts of 21st-century physicist Dr. Sally Grissom, who discovers the secret to time travel when she finds herself unexpectedly transported to the site of a top-secret military experiment in 1943. Sally is then conscripted into service by an underground intelligence branch of the US government. An unknown entity broadcasts Dr. Grissom’s decades-long story of espionage and super-science through audio diaries, security recordings, and archive footage.
Five hundred years after having been forced from the planet to escape annihilation, Terrans are thriving as they adapt to their new way of life, but an old threat looms once again.
Nearly forgotten with the long march of time, the Tarthet have returned to make their final desperate bid for our homeworld, Inexorably committed to taking a world they never expected to find inhabited in the first place, the xenophobic Tarthet are about to face the shock of their lives, for the Terrans are ready for the second encounter, and they will not be defeated so easily.
For both sides, it is a war they cannot lose, facing an enemy they cannot defeat, and for the Terrans, it is an encounter that will change their destiny forever.
The Second Doctor is back!
Actor Christopher Thomson stars as Patrick Troughton’s incarnation in a a season of brand new fan-made audio dramas.
EDICT ZERO – FIS is a science fiction audio drama series created by Jack Kincaid and produced by Slipgate Nine Entertainment, a not-for-profit endeavor dedicated to the release of free speculative fiction media.
This is a strict modern audio drama, devoid of narrative. The story is cyberpunk, being a mix of science fiction, law enforcement procedural, crime, suspense/mystery, and dark fantasy. Listeners have made comparisons to Bladerunner, The X Files, Fringe, Lexx, The Prisoner, Twin Peaks, Millenium, The Matrix, Tron, and a diversity of shows. Have a listen for yourself and make your own decision.
The Elysium Project is an independently produced audio drama series created and produced by Natalie Van Sistine.
The story follows those who are pulled into the world of a powerful formula that allows it’s subjects to manipulate the world around them based on thought and desire.
…is a new full-cast audio science-fiction serial, written and produced by Christopher Jarvis and The Radio Theatre Workshop, based on the video game Elite: Dangerous.
Join the mysterious Commander Thane as he is thrown across the universe on an unexpected adventure, fighting to stay alive amid the plotting of desperate, greedy and dangerous factions.
4th Starveling audio is a new website hosting online audio dramas. Our two features at the moment are the episodic science fiction series ‚Defiant Few‘ based off of Chris Roberts’s Wing Commander Franchise, and the up and coming original fantasy/sci-fi series ‚Witch’s Angel‘, and other things that will spring up at random.
…is set five centuries in the future. It is a time of peace and prosperity – an era where the greatest achievement of the Galactic Confederation is not a ship of war but a ship of science, exploration, education, and conservation,. Gaia herself is alive as much as any computer can be alive and she is manned by an eccentric crew of Humans, aliens, mechanoids, and even sentient animals and energy beings. We have fighter pilots, Zookeepers with cybernetic limbs, stinkbugs who get lucky, and bad boys with attitude. There’s a Musketeer flying the ship and a parrot manning the com. We even have a little girl who glows in the dark who runs about getting into trouble. And, let’s not forget the mechanoid Chief Engineer who proclaims his love for Gaia to the stars. Those are just the good guys. The bad guys…. Well.. they haven’t had their debut yet but you shall meet them soon enough.
The series is about a group of friends who suddenly and mysteriously get super-powers, but still have to deal with the painful, awkward, uncomfortable struggle of transitioning from your 20’s into your 30’s, all while trying to run a comic book store. The show is a love letter to geek culture and fandom in general, and has the energy and heart of movies and TV we love like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gilmore Girls, Shaun of the Dead and Back to the Future (just to name a few).
Hadron Gospel Hour is a sci-fi comedy/adventure audio sitcom and sketch show created by Richard Wentworth and Michael McQuilkin. Written and produced in a “single camera audiocomedy” style, Hadron Gospel Hour is at turns deadpan and absurd. Dr. “Oppenheimer” Valdini (Wentworth) has torn a rift in the fabric of the multiverse, and is trapped outside of spacetime in his sentient lab A.S.H. LE (Lisa McQuilkin), with maintenance man Cyrus (Michael Atkinson). Desperate for help and companionship, Oppenheimer kidnaps Mike Wilkinson (Michael McQuilkin), IT guy by day and indie filmmaker by night. Together, Oppenheimer and Mike travel to mysterious and exotic timelines in their quest to repair the Hadron Rift and restore order to the multiverse. Oh, and to produce a podcast.
Join Charlie and Steven as they bumble their way through time trying to get rich quick. Along the way they’ll meet some of the greats of world history, including Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII, and Vlad the Impaler. They’ll visit some of mankind’s greatest wonders, such as the Library of Alexandria and the Tower of Babel. And they’ll cause some of the worst disasters the world has ever seen. You’ll just have to tune in to find out which ones!
It’s About Time is an audio drama released as a biweekly podcast by The Cardinal James Show. The timetravel comedy is available through all of the major podcast directories, as well as right here on this website. Take a look under Where to Listen to find the most convenient spot to grab the show. And, as always, we’d love a review on iTunes or whichever podcast directory you choose.
…is a revolutionary science fiction audio drama podcast featuring the voices of over 60 actors, professional sound effects and an original music soundtrack. Think of it as a blockbuster movie for your ears! There are 25 episodes in Season 1, and 13 episodes in Season 2 as well as several Special Edition Episodes – all available for FREE. You can download each episode here on the website or on iTunes. You can listen to episodes on your iPod, your computer, your car or wherever!
The story is centered around a hidden city called Leviathan that lies deep within the dark trenches of the Pacific Ocean. The city is home to a community of immortals that sought to create a utopia over 1,000 years ago. For a millennia, they lived in peace and secrecy, gently influencing world events to aid the advancement of mankind. But a terrible secret has been kept deep within the catacombs of Leviathan that threatens the existence of the immortals, and quite possibly the entire world.
The Theory of Relativity states that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. In the near future, a test flight does just that, and breaks reality itself. On Earth, unaware, the crew of the Oceanographic research ship Venus are stranded in a new world, where alternate realities and sliding timelines mix. The United States is an ultra-rightwing theocracy; plesiosaurs roam the seas; and unseen trees in forests do not fall. Only the assorted crew of the Venus remain constant, trekking from one port to another in search of a way to repair The World. They have only two advantages: they are a team; and one of them is dead. Well, nearly…
Centuries from now, technology has grown advanced beyond the point of contemporary explanation. Nanotechnology, including sophisticated nanorobotics, are common, and swarm intelligences maintain structures, roads, act as security for government installations, monitor foot traffic in commercial areas to feed targeted advertising engines, respond to medical emergencies, invisibly and seemingly magically. Thanks to advanced nanorobotic intelligence, it has also become possible to upload your consciousness into a simulated neural matrix. Those uploaded minds can even then be pruned and adjusted for purpose-built AIs, used for all sorts of applications where intelligence, but also obedience, or fearlessness, or any other traits are desired. Humans, though, generally do not regard this form of mind-upload as some prior-day trans-humanist might. For example, nobody really believes that it’s a way to achieve immortality. This belief is strengthened for many by the fact that the original individual goes on to exist after such an uploaded copy is made, therefore, the popular opinion is that only the original is authentic, and the copy is.. something else. Something less.
But are they really any less than human, especially when all of the original humans of planet Earth… are gone?
…is an audio Science Fiction Fantasy series in the tradition of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and the best in radiophonics. It’s free, and you get it by subscribing to the podcast.
The Minister, like The Doctor, is a Timelord, first introduced to audiences in the award-winning and record-breaking BBC Doctor Who mini-series Death Comes to Time. He was originally played by Stephen Fry but, as Timelords will, he has now regenerated into Julian Wadham’s more austere and urgent incarnation.
This audio drama is set in the Star Citizen universe almost 900 years in the future. The earth now has a singular global government that is referred to as the U.E.E. (United Earth Empire). The U.E.E. has discovered a few alien races (some friendly, and some hostile) and uncovered many planets and star systems. The story starts off in a ship hangar owned by Roarick Bruto Enterprises. Captain Theo “Dig” Dignitas has just arrived before he and his crew are about to depart for a mission. Surprisingly his old friend from his college days has been recently hired by Bruto Enterprises and was selected to join the Captain’s crew.
A tale of survival on an unknown world. The Orphans is a cinematic audio drama chronicling the castaways of downed starship, The Venture – Stranded on a hostile planet, struggling to remember how they arrived and who they are.
Mysterious creatures hunt them, and in this seemingly unpopulated world, a tower looms. The survivors: Nora, Richard, Olivia, Baz, William, Valerie and the artificial intelligence, GeoFFRy, must learn to live with one another and work together as they fight for their lives in this alien wilderness.
Imagine a mashup of detective noir, intergalactic conflict, time travel, tales of the old west, stories of the world wars, comedy, and a sprinkle of romance. Hard to imagine? Maybe so…but not impossible. “Roswell B.C. (Before the Crash)” is an audio drama which follows the space and time travel adventures of an alien detective as he helps his latest client find her brother…a brother last seen two galaxies away and headed for earth – more specifically a place called Roswell.
…is an independent audio series created by Sebastian Prooth and Andy Tyrer. The show broke new ground with a globally spread cast and crew and numerous actors from the Star Trek TV series guest starring. Patrick McCray, who portrays Chief Engineer McGuire, a theatre director from Knoxville, Tennesee, was tapped as an additional Executive Producer of the series.
Continuing Mission follows the adventures of the USS Montana under the command of Starfleet veteran, Captain Paul Edwards. During the pilot episode the Montana is flung from its native time period of the 23rd century into the 24th and unable to get back. The crew, feeling a century out of date, choose to continue the one thing that is familiar, their Starfleet mission.
Seven episodes of Star Trek: The Continuing Mission were released between December 25th 2007 and August 27th 2011. The series received critical acclaim at launch from CNN.com and was later named “Audio Drama of the Year 2008” by TrekMovie.com.
In the darkest reaches of the United Federation of Planets, an isolated station stands sentinel over a neglected frontier. Commissioned long ago with high hopes, its promise is now all but forgotten; a lonely outpost serving as the gateway to the vast expanse beyond, where discovery…and adventure…await..
The Strange Case of Starship Iris is a show about outer space, survival, espionage, resistance, identity, friendship, found family, romance, and secrets. (Also, there’s jokes.)
A brand new science fiction audio drama for the Whoniverse.
Tales Of A Timelord takes its listeners on a journey through a brand new companion’s eyes with the Doctor somewhere near his 20th regeneration.
In the year 2147, the world is pushing the boundaries of overpopulation and sustainability. Technology and science leader The Hendersen Consortium has assembled a crew to continue the process of terraforming Jupiter’s moon, Europa, in hopes of creating a sustainable planet for humanity to inhabit.
But while the crew of the Minoan slumber in their stasis pods the ship encounters a spacial anomaly that will send the ship further from home than any human has travelled before. Crash landing on an unknown planet, jettisoned from their ship, and with only a portion of their equipment and personnel surviving, the Minoan crew must discover where they are and how to get home.
Ich lebe seit 2007 in Hannover - einer Stadt, welche viele Möglichkeiten zum Ausleben des Hobby anbietet.
Kommentare zu konsumierten Medien verfasse ich seit 2008, mal mehr, mal weniger intensiv.