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Syndicated: Radio Drama Revival – Episode 49: Decoder Rings in the Season! March 5, 2008

Posted by William Spear in >> Radio Drama, >> Syndicated.

Well, if you’re even the slightest fan of modern audio drama then the name of the Decoder Ring Theatre is a familiar one — Gregg Taylor and his merry band of miscreants have been producing noir drama in the OTR-style with a contemporary twist for going on two years now, and has attracted a strong cult following in the process.
Red Panda

So it’s with great pleasure that we welcome Decoder Ring Theatre to the show, with an incredibly unconventional episode of The Red Panda.

Following the story of a Christmas eve under assault by some of Toronto’s lowlifes is a chat with Gregg Taylor himself, who has plenty of wit and passion to share about the art and his craft.

Fill yourself up a big glass of eggnog and open your ears up for this one!


Radio Drama Revival

Episode Episode 49: Decoder Rings in the Season!

Original broadcast date: 22 December 2007

This Syndicated program is sponsored by Radio Drama Revival!

Radio Drama Revival! is a weekly radio show/podcast dedicated to stories told through sound, showcasing the diversity and vitality of modern audio theater. Operated by Frederick Greenhalgh of FinalRune Productions, the show features audio theater stories and discussion with contemporary dramatists from across the United States. Radio Drama Revival! airs live on WMPG FM 90.9 and 104.1 in Portland, Maine, streams on the web at http://www.wmpg.org/ , and podcasts from http://www.radiodramarevival.com/ .

Details for Radio Drama Revival!:

Thursdays 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Broadcasting on WMPG FM 90.9 and 104.1 in Portland, Maine

Streaming on http://www.wmpg.org/

Podcasting on http://www.radiodramarevival.com/

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