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  • In this podcast episode the history is told of three friends who have not seen each other for a long time and meet again.

  • Full cast audio dramas from a Franco-British team, each episode is 10-20 minutes in length, mostly original with the occasional classic interpreted for radio. A mixture of drama, comedy, and sci-fi, with professional actors and award winning scripts. Enjoy!

  • Worlds too big to know where you're going so sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.

  • 업계 최초의 SF드라마
    가까운 미래, 디스토피아가 된 지구를 떠나 화성에 정착하는 1세대 인류의 이야기

    "6번째 대멸종을 앞둔 인류에게 우리 이야기를 전한다."

    기획/제작 (주)유기지능 스튜디오
    연출/각본 현태호
    조연출 최은성 김예린

    출연

    1호 오대석
    2호 송경아
    3호 이동혁
    4호 장유화
    5호 배소은
    6호 홍가경

    사령관 김장원

    3호 엄마 김미영
    3호 친구 이의령
    교수 김상욱

    O.S.T. Bumjin Suh, lynn

    oi-studio.co.kr

  • A podcast that explores our favorite Amazing Amazon, Wonder Woman in books, film, TV and other media. Let us sit back and go on an adventure as we discover what makes Wonder Woman special!⭐️

  • For the first time in its history, duPont Manual is releasing its very own poetry and fiction audio series. The Icebox is hosted by three of the school's emerging creative writers who will analyze professional works in their frozen, rigid forms and thaw them out into possibilities listeners can take with them. The hosts will also share their own works and engage in discussion with published authors and Manual faculty.You can donate to the Icebox to help with audio update payments, subscription fees, and paying our staff. GO TO: https://anchor.fm/dupont-manual-creative-writing-club/support Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dupont-manual-creative/support

  • Philosophical Diaries is a podcast which review the things in a logical and sentimental ways at the same time in the narration of a poetic and prosaic style .

  • Radio adaptations of classic Hollywood movies and original scripts written by some of Tinseltown's top writers. Features many of Hollywood's biggest and most famous actors of the time: Marlene Dietrich, Clark Gable, Betty Davis, Ida Lupino, Spencer Tracy, and many more. Programs include Lux Radio Theater, The Ford Theater, Academy Award Theater and more.

    New episodes published weekly. For FREE you can listen to and download all my podcast at https://otr.duane.media. Feedback and comments welcome at my email: [email protected] | Instagram @duane.otr | Twitter @duane_otr

    - Thank you and enjoy.

  • This is a Fantasy/Sci-Fi podcast that dabbles in horror. If you like crumbling urban settings, odd magic systems, and lurking entities from beyond reality this is for you.

    Listener discretion is advised.

  • Host Adam Graham is your guide on this journey through the Man of Steel adventures in Old TIme Radio. This looks like a job for Superman. Join him as he faces all-comers from ordinary racketeers, bigots, spies to alien dictators, and even a Kryptonite-powered Nazi. Enjoy the first appearances of Jimmy Olsen and hear Superman and Batman team up long before ever they did in comics.

  • CBS Radio Mystery Theater (a.k.a. Radio Mystery Theater and Mystery Theater, sometimes abbreviated as CBSRMT) was a radio drama series created by Himan Brown that was broadcast on CBS Radio Network affiliates from 1974 to 1982, and later in the early 2000s was carried by the NPR satellite feed. The format was like that of classic old time radio shows like The Mysterious Traveler and The Whistler, in that the episodes were introduced by a host (E. G. Marshall) who provided pithy wisdom and commentary throughout. Unlike the hosts of those earlier programs, Marshall is fully mortal, merely someone whose heightened insight and erudition plunge the listener into the world of the macabre (in a manner like that of "The Man in Black" on yet another old-time radio program, Suspense). As with Himan Brown’s prior Inner Sanctum Mysteries, each episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater opened and closed with the ominous sound of a creaking crypt door, accompanied by Marshall’s disturbing utterance, "Come in!... Welcome. I’m E. G. Marshall." This was followed by one of Marshall’s other catchphrases, usually either "The sound of suspense" or "The fear you can hear." At the conclusion, the door would swing shut, preceded by Marshall’s classic sign off, "Until next time, pleasant... dreams?" Marshall hosted the program from January 1974 until February 1982, when actress Tammy Grimes took over for the series’ last season, maintaining the format. CBSRMT was broadcast each weeknight, at first with a new program each night. Later in the run three or four episodes were new originals each week, and the remainder repeats. There were 1,399 original episodes. The total number of broadcasts, including reruns, was 2,969. Each episode was allotted a full hour of airtime, but after commercials and news, episodes typically ran for about 45 minutes

  • Various Old Time Radio shows hosted through Bureau 42.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • Comedians and Comedy shows from classic Old Time Radio. Jack Benny, Fibber McGee and Molly, Fred Allen, Groucho Marx, and more.

    New episodes posted weekly. For FREE you can listen to and download all my OTR podcast at https://otr.duane.media. Feedback and comments welcome at my email: [email protected] or @duane.otr on Instagram.

    - Thank you and enjoy.

  • CBS Radio Mystery Theater (a.k.a. Radio Mystery Theater and Mystery Theater, sometimes abbreviated as CBSRMT) was a radio drama series created by Himan Brown that was broadcast on CBS Radio Network affiliates from 1974 to 1982, and later in the early 2000s was carried by the NPR satellite feed.

    The format was similar to that of classic old time radio shows like The Mysterious Traveler and The Whistler, in that the episodes were introduced by a host (E. G. Marshall) who provided pithy wisdom and commentary throughout. Unlike the hosts of those earlier programs, Marshall is fully mortal, merely someone whose heightened insight and erudition plunge the listener into the world of the macabre (in a manner similar to that of "The Man in Black" on yet another old time radio program, Suspense).

    As with Himan Brown's prior Inner Sanctum Mysteries, each episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater opened and closed with the ominous sound of a creaking crypt door, accompanied by Marshall's disturbing utterance, "Come in!… Welcome. I'm E. G. Marshall." This was followed by one of Marshall's other catchphrases, usually either "The sound of suspense" or "The fear you can hear." At the conclusion, the door would swing shut, preceded by Marshall's classic sign off, "Until next time, pleasant… dreams?" Marshall hosted the program from January 1974 until February 1982, when actress Tammy Grimes took over for the series' last season, maintaining the format.

    CBSRMT was broadcast each weeknight, at first with a new program each night. Later in the run three or four episodes were new originals each week, and the remainder repeats. There were 1,399 original episodes. The total number of broadcasts, including reruns, was 2,969. Each episode was allotted a full hour of airtime, but after commercials and news, episodes typically ran for about 45 minutes.

  • Portrait is a podcast about looking closer. Each season tells stories of characters experiencing art and connecting to real locations in unexpected ways.
    Take a closer look at Portrait by going to @portraitthepodcast on Instagram.
    Season 2 Credits:
    Written by B. Walker Sampson
    Direction, editing, and sound design by Arlen Ginsburg
    Artwork by Jennifer Radil
    Performances by Tamsen Glaser, Elina Kanellopoulou, Arlen Ginsburg, Serra Hirsch, Chris
    Carr, and Tatiana Pavela.
    Produced by Sightline, Arlen Ginsburg, Calla Videt, and B. Walker Sampson. To learn more, go to sightlinearts.org.

  • Leio cartas de amor mas, não reformo corações.
    Aqui o amor tem data marcada, as cartas são lidas uma vez por semana, às sextas-feiras, no formato MP3, cada faixa uma carta.
    Não esquece de abaixar o volume da sua televisão e me escutar pelo o coração.

  • The Magician is a novel by British author W. Somerset Maugham, originally published in 1908. In this tale, the magician, Oliver Haddo, attempts to create life.

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  • Follow the diary of Rebecca Grey in a SCP world