A boy with an incurable illness longs to experience peace and solitude on a final adventure. His wish is granted by an online ‘Genie’ who arranges his dream trip to a place no-one has ever been to before. Yet as Aldo wanders the deserted wetlands of Lithuania, he finds he is not alone after all. … Read more
The amusing denizens of the Icebox Radio Theatre shoot the breeze and enjoy some cut price summer beer, which may or may not be past it’s best. Episode 70 includes conversation about the deaths of Hugh Hefner and Tom Petty, Supergroups entirely made up of rhythm guitarists, and the commitment required to play the sitar. Strong language, impressions and made up words from the start.
Rum Runner Sue, prohibition-era bar owner and skilled amateur detective. Things started to go south that night when a bootleg rum shipment, and the bootlegger, failed to arrive… Starring Billie Jo Konze as Sue, Justin Kapla as Big Ben Taylor, your announcer, and Al from Chicago, Trelawney Erwin as Mary, Jim Yount as Beau and Jeffrey Adams as the Mayor.
A radio drama in which a man is being investigated in relation to the death of a woman. Using 3D Binaural audio, the listener is placed inside the mans mind, hearing what he hears and feeling what
he feels as he drifts from reality, delusion, truth and lies. This drama contains disturbing themes and sound effects. Not suitable for young listeners.
Lance must solve the case of book defacement or lose his job! Recorded live, over the air during ‘Bundled Up LIVE’ broadcast event on Feb 26th, 2021. Lance Manley Library Detective; not just your average gumshoe. With a million readers in the Naked City, Lance is the man who has to keep them in line.
Lance Manley Library Detective; not just your average gumshoe. With a million readers in the naked city, Lance is the man who has to keep them in line. In a tiny alcove, high above the stacks of the International Falls Public Library, a frosted glass door stands waiting for trouble. the word SECURITY is spelled out in black lettering on the glass, but you get the idea that security is the last thing you’ll find beyond the threshold. For on the other side of the glass, sitting behind a battered oak desk, is the cop of cataloguing, the dick of Dewey Decimals, Lance Manley, Library Detective.