Monthly Archives: July 2014


Audio Showcase #19 – Superman – The Meteor from Krypton

Hi folks, This is our audio drama showcase where we discuss great public domain audio dramas on a weekly basis. If you are subscribed to our newsletter and registered on our site you will have free access to these great audio downloads. Today we showcase Superman! This 15 minute serial … Continue reading

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Audio Showcase #18 – The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe – Stamped for Murder

Hi folks, This is our audio drama showcase where we discuss great public domain audio dramas on a weekly basis. If you are subscribed to our newsletter and registered on our site you will have free access to these great audio downloads. Today we showcase the New Adventures of Nero … Continue reading


Audio Showcase # 17 – Arch Oboler’s Plays – Johnny Got His Gun

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Audio Showcase # 16 – Inner Sanctum – The Amazing Death of Mrs Putnam

Hi folks, This is our audio drama showcase where we discuss great public domain audio dramas on a weekly basis. If you are subscribed to our newsletter and registered on our site you will have free access to these great audio downloads. Inner Sanctum – one of the creepy greats … Continue reading


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Learning from Erik Barnouw – Part 14

Scene Shifting (part 5) Hi folks, I’m taking another look this week at the advice offered by Erik Barnouw in his Handbook of Radio Writing (1947). This time the attention is focused on “shifting the scene” of a radio drama by combining the techniques discussed so far (or combination transition). … Continue reading


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Learning from Erik Barnau – Part 12

Hi folks, I’m taking another look this week at the advice offered by Erik Barnouw in his Handbook of Radio Writing (1947). This time the attention is focused on “shifting the scene” of a radio drama using a technique known as the “sound effect transition”. These techniques are common sense … Continue reading