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Portsmouth Community Radio Audio Theatre: Life of Riley: Advice from a Horse Doctor on Tuesday June 9 at 6:00 p.m. June 7, 2009

Posted by William Spear in >> Radio Drama.
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On Tuesday, June 9, 2009, Portsmouth Community Radio Audio Theatre will perform Life of Riley: Advice from a Horse Doctor. The performance will be held at the studios of Portsmouth Community Radio. It will also be aired at 106.1 FM and streamed online at www.wscafm.org .

Seating is available for 25 audience members and standing room for 15, on a first come, first admit basis beginning at 6:15 p.m. at the studio located at 909 Islington Street in Portsmouth, Maine. Admission is free, although a $2 per person donation to Portsmouth Community Radio is suggested. The program is directed by John Lovering with manual sound effects by Melanie Lovering.

Cast and Crew

  • Chuck Curtis as Chester A. Riley
  • Jean Proulx as Peg Riley
  • Rachel Bailey as Babs Riley
  • Chris Battye as Simon Vanderhoffer
  • Donald G. Hands as Dr. Lucius Vanderhoffer DVM
  • Dan Comly as Digger O’Dell – Local Undertaker
  • John Suprenant – Announcer and Dr. Lang
  • Manual Sound Effects – Melanie Lovering
  • Music – Pre-recorded Sound Effects – John Lovering
  • Dialog and Technical Direction by John Lovering 


Portsmouth (ME) Community Radio

WSCA-LP 106.1 FM

909 Islington Street

Portsmouth, Maine


Streaming at:


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1. Gloria - June 8, 2009

Break a Leg, Chuck!!!!

William Spear - June 9, 2009


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William E. Spear

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