Radio Drama Revival’s Month of HORROR AUDIO DRAMA

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Radio Drama RevivalThe WMPG radio show (and podcast) Radio Drama Revival airs a series of truly terrifying theater throughout October! If you live in the Portland, Maine area turn your FM dial to 90.9/104.1 Thursdays 1PM EST. If not, have a listen to the podcast feed or download the shows manually from the show’s website. Host Fred Greenhalgh has packed his Halloween month shows “to the gory brim” with a mountain of haunting tales. The broadcasts culminate in a three-part live radio drama event to be held on “All Hallow’s Eve.”

The fright fest kicked off earlier this week (October 4th) during WMPG’s “Begathon” pledge drive with…

Derelict
Based on a story by William Hope Hodgson
1 |MP3| – [RADIO DRAMA]
Broadcaster & Podcaster: Radio Drama Revival
Broadcast & Podcast: October 4th 2007
Produced by: Mind’s Eye Productions
An unsettling tale of a ghost ship found afloat deep in the ocean.

In the coming two weeks:

(Oct 11, Oct 18) will feature an adaptation of Mary Shelley’s

Frankenstein
Based on the novel by Mary Shelley
2 Broadcasts – [RADIO DRAMA]
Broadcaster & Podcaster: Radio Drama Revival
Broadcast & Podcast: October 4th 2007
Produced by Quicksilver Radio Theater

October 25th:

If You Take My Hand My Son
By Mort Castle
1 Broadcast – [RADIO DRAMA]

Halloween night (airing between 8:30 and 10PM EST):

The Statement of Randolph Carter
Based on the story by H.P. Lovecraft

God of the Razor
By Joe Lansdale

Dark Passenger
By Frederick Greenhalgh

Keep radio drama revived by subscribing to the podcast’s feed:

http://feeds.feedburner.com/RadioDramaRevival

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One thought to “Radio Drama Revival’s Month of HORROR AUDIO DRAMA”

  1. Thanks a lot for the press! I’ve had a lot of fun putting together the line-up and since the audio horror world is alive and well, Halloween may as well be Christmas for all of us ;-) Sci-fi fans, especially, should definitely check out past episodes of the show — I’ve had great stuff from Dry Smoke and Whispers as well as the great sci-fi satire The Last Harbinger from Roger Gregg’s Crazy Dog Audio Theatre.

    I’d love to hear what people think about this programming and hope you tune in!

    Fred

    Writer, Producer, Host
    Radio Drama Revival
    FinalRune Productions

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