Online Audio

Ad Astra RadioAd Astra Radio
TYPE: Streaming Radio Network
SOURCE: AdAstraRadio.com
DESCRIPTION: A Friday through Monday commerical radio network covering science fiction, fantasy, comics, anime, spaceflight, science, RPGs and video games



BBC 7 / The 7th Dimension
BBC 7 / The 7th Dimension
TYPE: DAB, Streaming Radio, “Listen Again” features
SOURCE: BBC.co.uk/BBC7/
DESCRIPTION: BBC 7 is a commercial-free Digital Audio Broadcast radio station in the U.K. that also features streaming audio and a “listen again” feature (allowing you to hear aired programmes for up to a week after broadcast). Their most interesting program slot is called The 7th Dimension it offers daily programming in radio drama and book readings as well as documentaries in the genres of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror.


BBC Radio 4
BBC Radio 4
TYPE: Terrestrial Radio, streaming radio, “Listen Again” features
SOURCE: BBC.co.uk/RADIO4/
DESCRIPTION: A wide variety of spoken-word programmes including drama, comedy, science and history air regularily on BBC4. Sporadic SFF content can be heard in such programs slots as “The Afternoon Play”, “The Afternoon Reading”, “Book at Bedtime”, “Book of the Week”, “The Friday Play”, “Saturday Play” and others. Most programs are available via the BBC4 “listen again” feature (allowing you to hear aired content for up to a week after broadcast).

Online Audio - Radio Show - Sound Affects A Radio PlaygroundSound Affects: A Radio Playground
TYPE: Terrestrial Radio, streaming radio, 2 week archive
SOURCE: KFAI
DESCRIPTION: Broadcast in the Minneapolis/St. Paul. region – 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, Sound Affects is a long running radio drama presentation program hosted by Jerry Stearns. The program currently airs between 9:30-10:30 PM (Central Time) on Sundays.

Radio Tales Of The Strange & FantasticRadio Tales Of The Strange & Fantastic
TYPE: Old Time Radio Archive
SOURCE: http://www.digital-eel.com/rtsf/
DESCRIPTION: More than 50 hours of public domain speculative fiction Radio Drama. With particular focus on the well-known novel and short story writers whose speculative works reached a wider audience via radio.