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  • Scott Phillips

    The 11th Hour Audio Anthology is a collection of eleven macabre tales created by masters of modern audio drama to haunt and terrify you. Intensive Care by James ComtoisHeavenly Deception by Steve SchneiderKill the Boy by Scott PhillipsA Dread Light Shines in the Serpent's Sky by Scott PhillipsCargo by Matthew McleanVultures Over Low Doves by Justin MullaneMonster's Game by John BallentineThe Martyr Protocol by Jeremy Hennessy and Scott PhillipsThe Hooded Figure by MJ Cogburn, Shane Harris, and Jonathan RussellShadows of Halloween by Neil GustinIvory Towers by Richard H. Brooks11th Hour Audio Productions is an Aural Stage Studios, Inc., event that challenges up-and-coming storytellers more

  • Dave Cohen

    The complete fourth series of brief musical comedies – as heard on BBC Radio 4. These musical comedies contain some of the most foot-tapping satire you’ll ever hear... * ‘Westminster Side Story’ – Gordon Brown and David Cameron are two gang leaders with nothing to fight about. * ‘Life on Noel’ – Noel Edmonds wakes up in 2007 and is desperate to return to 1973 in this 70s glam-rock musical. * ‘How Do You Stop a Woman Like Camilla?’ – Camilla Parker Bowles leaves the convent to help look after Charles Von Windsor’s huge family of two boys. * ‘When You Wish upon a Car’ – a tornado dumps Jeremy Clarkson under the rainbow in the car-free and pedestrian-friendly more

  • Doug Bost

    December 17 When one day doesn't follow the next, Mike realizes he's not traveling through time anymore-time is traveling through him. Script: Jeff Ward Production: Union Signal Music and engineering: Mark Ballora Artwork: Jimmy Dean Horn Cast: Doug Bost Susan Micari Jeff Ward Chris Longfellow Trissy Callan Mark Ballora Steve Farrell Mary Micari Priscilla Holbrook James Sherman Matt Harrington Myfanwi Meyrick Carolyn Baeumler Ringo Jukes Elizabeth Austin Amy Simon Union Signal is Jeff Ward and Doug Bost. From their ruined garage, they've been producing radio plays that have been heard on National Public Radio, Pacifica Radio, and Bavarian State Radio, as well as local stations across more

  • Stuart Price

    Since our bodies cannot genuinely explore space, why not get rid of them? Without wanting to trot out the already tired clichés about social networking sites being our main interaction, or point out that with gaming systems becoming so sophisticated the next generation will spend an overwhelming amount of time interacting through the Internet, it seems obvious to us that we are already heading for a "body-free" future. At first it seems awful, but when you think about it, it could provide many benefits once we get used to it. 2010: Space Commander! was recorded before a live audience. "Clever, clairvoyant and more

  • Daws Butler

    His voice can be heard in countless classic animatedcartoons still seen on television around the world. He was Yogi Bear,Huckleberry Hound, and a hundred others. His fans included Groucho Marx, LionelBarrymore, and even Albert Einstein. His work with satirist Stan Freberg soldmillions of records. You have probably never heard of him. His name was DawsButler, and he is considered one of the greatest voice actors of the twentiethcentury. The Second Daws Butler Collection is an extensive assortment of hisperformances, teachings, and writings, both rare and celebrated. Included are Daws Butler Teaches You How to Do Voices; Daws Butler: Voice Magician; This Here Is Your Life, Sherlock Holmes; more

  • Mitchell Pearson

    A tribute to the golden age of radio from veteran producer Joe Bevilacqua and comic strip artist Donnie Pitchford, The 2nd New & Old Time Radio Collection is a series of new stories and parodies featuringbeloved radio characters and shows. A Joe Bev AudioTheater Sampler, Volume 1 This half-hour anthology represents more than forty years ofstorytelling by Joe Bevilacqua, a.k.a Joe Bev, the award-winning actor, writer,producer, and director. Each half-hour is beautifully produced with original acast of professional actors, sound effects, and music. Volume 1 includes numerousaudio plays by Joe Bevilacqua, J. C. Del La Torre, Ralph Tyler, WilliamMelillo, Alan Reed, Victor Gates, and more

  • Jerry Stearns

    A full-cast comedy production recorded live at Minicon 32 in Bloomington, Minnesota This collection features three modern tales of wizards, magic, and silliness. “High Moon” is a Western showdown with magic and fifty meters. “Tell Them NAPA Sent You” is a story of a wizard, dwarfs, and auto parts. And in “Wizard Jack,” the wizard accidentally trades all the magical tomorrows for more

  • Josh Selig

    Five episodes from the hugely popular animated series featuring Samuel, Rudy and Muffin – as seen on BBC TV. ‘A Chorus for Us’, ‘Rolling Along’, ‘To Play or Not to Play’, ‘The Muffin Express’ and ‘Samuel’ more

  • Joe Bevilacqua

    This exciting collection of radio comedy fromWaterlogg Productions features four must-listens. 1. SherlockHolmes and the Adventure of the Missing Countess Scotland Yard is puzzled. A young countess has gonemissing, and Sherlock Holmes is summoned. Accompanied by the redoubtableWatson, Holmes must juggle the clues. What does he see? Why does he instructWatson to bring his wife to the circus three days later? And why does Watsonkeep sneezing? This original Holmes adventure is one of Holmes' more whimsicalcases. 2. A Joe BevAudio Theater Sampler, Vol. 3 This third collection of audio drama, comedy,biography, and documentary from veteran award-winning radio more

  • Various Authors

    This entertaining collection features thirteen short mystery stories from some of our finest writers, all based on some piece of music. Editors Claudia Bishop and Don Bruns present the stories with two essays, discussing the short mystery and the musical mystery. Enjoy stories from Mary Anna Evans, Jim Fusilli, Bill Moody, Rupert Holmes, Rhys Bowen, John Lescroart, Nathan Walpow, Peter Robinson, Jeffery Deaver, Tom Corcoran, Val McDermid, Claudia Bishop, and Don Bruns. Each story is accompanied by a short introduction, song lyrics, and an interview with the writer. Finally, the book is packaged with a music cassette or CD with recordings by the authors, making it a more

  • Joe Bevilacqua

    Abbott & Costello in the Catskills isan authentic recreation of a 1930s Borscht Belt variety show, recorded before alive audience in the Catskills. In this New Oldtime Radio Hour, Lou Costello(Bob Greenberg) follows Bud Abbott (Joe Bevilacqua) to the Catskills whenAbbott is hired as sole Master of Ceremonies of a Borscht Belt variety show.Meanwhile, guest stars George Burns and Cab Calloway miss their train, forcingAbbott to sing and dance in their place! Guest stars that do show up includeGracie Allen (Lorie Kellogg), Harpo Marx (Kenny Savoy), Ruth Waters (DeLoisHouse), and Sophie Tucker, Last of the Red Hot Mamas (Teri Paris). Musicalnumbers are performed by Ukulele Elaine & more

  • Black Eye Entertainment

    Bud Abbott and Lou Costello were a comedy duo seen in movies, on TV, and heard on radio. Their comedy routine "Who's On First?" helped make them a national sensation. The duo started in Vaudeville and by the fall of 1942, Abbott and Costello had their own weekly radio program and topped the popularity polls of Radio Daily and Radio Guide. The Abbott and Costello Show ran for seven years until the summer of 1949. By then filming was completed for Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff, and Lou Costello was bedridden for several months due to a relapse of rheumatic fever-a health ailment he battled back in 1943. His illness prevented ABC from renewing the contract for more

  • John Grant

    Lou is acting strange as though he is sick. Abbott and Costello do Vitamin B1 routine. Bud takes Lou to a psychiatrist. The nurse is Linda Darnell. Nurse Darnel takes Lou to a rest home. Lou has to do Connie Haines' lines since she was more

  • John Grant

    Lou was at the racetrack. He was out last night with Susan Miller. A man enters who tries to sell Lou all kinds of stuff. Lou says he must have made a mistake on his income tax last month. Bud wants Lou to get a job. Bud tries to get Lou a job as a babysitter. Bud winds up doing the babysitting for a more

  • John Grant

    Abbott and Costello were an American comedy duo composed of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, whose work on radio and in film and television made them the most popular comedy team of the 1940s and early 1950s. The show mixed comedy with musical interludes and more

  • John Grant

    Lou has invented a new device that's part hairbrush, part ping pong paddle, for balding men who need exercise. Lou discusses his new girlfriend and Abbott tries to persuade Lou to stop chasing girls and get married. Abbott tells the story of how he met his wife...when she saved him more

  • John Grant

    Abbott and Costello talk about the Andrew Sisters. Bud is going to help Lou sing. An attorney representing the Andrew Sisters appears on show. They are suing Abbott and Costello for slander for having the Andrew Brothers on the show 3 weeks ago. Andrew Sisters appear. They agree to drop the suit if Lou appears in one of more

  • John Grant

    Lou was watching a circus parade. Lou was a trick horse rider. Abbott and Costello go to the circus. Sally Eilers is the circus manager. She tries to get Lou to be a lion tamer. Instead they run a baseball booth. Alan Hale more

  • John Grant

    Abbott and Costello talk about Uncle Mike and Aunt May. They plug their latest picture The Noose Hangs High. Bud tells Lou he needs to diet and exercise. Lou gets a telegram from Uncle Tom. He invites Lou to his ranch. So they go looking for the ranch. Eventually they find the ranch. Lou's Uncle wants Lou to work on the range in more

  • John Grant

    Lou comes in singing and banging something. Lou had a birthday party for Aunt May last night. Bud says tomorrow is April Fools day. Bud wants Sam to help capture Ingrid the more