We’re back with more from Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre! Last show we shared the first half of “The Geminus Conspiracy” with you all – and now we present to you the stunning conclusion. To recap, Cliff Weller seemed to have a change in fortune when a potential client asked for his help to find her sister. But the investigation has lead to the investigation of a secretive corporation and strange goings-on in town. When we last left Weller, he was learning about the rumors around the building’s history – and we’ll be recapping it again tonight before moving on into Part 2 of this newRead More →
This show, we’re back with a new story from an old friend. Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre has just released their newest full-length story and we have the first half of it to share with you! It’s a supernatural noir tale that lands Cliff Weller in the middle of a mystery surrounding missing persons, an abandoned building on the far side of town, and drinking his blues away at Nicky Congo’s Bar. Directed by Laura Van Veen and David Farquhar, the story is called “The Geminus Conspiracy“, and can be found in full through Blackstone Publishing or through Voices in the Wind’s website, http://www.voicesinthewind.ca/ Also –Read More →
This episode, we celebrate the Christmas holiday with a special rendition of a timeless classic – “A Christmas Carol,” produced by Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre. This took up the full hour for us, so nothing to say on our end except… HAPPY HOLIDAYS (and happy listening)!
Hi folks! This show is a bit short on the introduction side, as we bring you Voice in the Wind Audio Theatre and their newest release, Snow White. It’s a charming take on the classic fairy tale that, while not typically considered a holiday story, showcases that kind of innocence and wonder we had as children, something we think of more often during the holidays. Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre have many more full-length stories at their website, including some especially for Christmas, so be sure to check them out! Also, a quick note – last week we announced the start of our annualRead More →
HAPPY 2016, EVERYONE! Well, we’re back again! Christmas has come and gone, but the holidays are still here, including New Year’s Day celebrations. For the first time we’re joining in on the fun -by pulling together a New Year’s Day episode for your listening enjoyment. It’s a little bit of everything, as we start with our final MAT Feature of 2015: a sci-fi adventure entitled “Tara Flame On Patrol”, by Evan Waters. “Tara Flame” was a blast to produce, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we have! Blasting off from that, we follow it up with another gem from The Truth Podcast entitled “Happy New Year“;Read More →
What a night for some holiday audio dramas! And tonight, we have an extra treat – another story from our 2015 MAT Features! It’s not Christmas-themed per-se, but it does start far up north, where a research team is investigating some uncovered ruins in a melting glacier. The story is written by Jim McDoniel, one of the winners of our scriptwriting competition last year. Both cast and crew greatly enjoyed this script, and we only hope that we did it justice! For our holiday selections, we start with a tale from Misfits Audio Productions entitled “Moop Saves Christmas“. It’s a sequel to “Moop’s Christmas Carol“, where a tiny alienRead More →
Tonight we have something a little different in store for your eager ears. Last month we went to the HEAR Now Audio Fiction Festival in Kansas City, and I promised to report back about it. Tonight’s segment looks at the festival itself, how it began, some features of it and where it’s going in the future. This is our first time doing a segment like this – let us know what you think! Feel free to leave us a comment below, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For the second half of our show tonight, we’re kicking off our HEAR Now summer – pieces we heardRead More →
Cathy’s been sick this past week with a nasty sinus infection, so we took this opportunity to feature an hour-long audio drama adaptation of Lewis Caroll’s “Alice in Wonderland,” as performed and created by Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre. Because this took up the whole show, we’ve decided not to post the MAT episode online (the amount of hosting done took less than a minute, so we didn’t really see the point), but you can go download and listen in here at Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre’s website. They did a great job — definitely go and check them out!
Good evening, and welcome back for our last night of MAT Features! To start off the evening, we have our last (but not least) MAT Feature, “The Ghost of Arch Oboler”, written by Bret Jones. In addition to that, we’re revisted by our old friend and vigilante “The Voice” from Two Minute Danger Theater, and for the second half of the program we’ll be listening to “Every Now and Then”, a suspense story from ‘Voices in the Wind Audio Theater’. It’s an engaging listen with great actors and well-done production work, so be sure to tune in! And did you hear? This may beRead More →