We have another feast of stories ready to serve you. In our audio appetizer, Ask Answergirl investigates another crime of campus cheating in Episode 5, “Ineligible Receiver.” A professor has suspicions that a star player on the university football team might be getting a bit too much help with his schoolwork. Is she right to throw a flag on the play? Can you make the call before Zina delivers the final judgment?
For our main course, dig in to Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope with Transmission #412 – “Shine on Harvest Moon.” Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been producing this story of daily radio reporting after the zombie apocalypse since 2017. If you want to catch up on the back catalog, support the series at patreon.com/mercuryradio. For more audio drama fun, check out artc.org for their full catalogue of stories.
We’ll break for a light science aperitif with a quick stop in The Amazing Science Emporium as our Man O’ Science keeps the harvest theme going with a few real world “planting ideas”.
The aural menu concludes with a delicious dessert. Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre has treated our ears in the past to wonderfully produced renditions of children’s classic tales. Their newest audio drama is a perfect fit to their collection. The Wizard of Oz comes to life with the adaption skills of Diane Vanden Hoven and the direction of David Farquar, Mary Ellen Herder and George Zarr. With original music and songs, a full soundscape and a well-meshed cast, this story is a treat for young and old alike. The full story is close to an hour and a half, so we’ve broken it down into two parts; if you listen here and want to hear more, follow the yellow brick road to the next episode (#337) of Midnight Audio Theatre!
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