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Revolution Radio By Seth Kenlon
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After a global revolution, the world is left in disarray. A new world order has begun, to pick up the pieces and to make sure that the ways of the old world remain forgotten. Comm Techs... More > ("commies" for short) maintain all the communication channels via a complex inter-network of radio towers. They speak in code that no one else can understand, and they obsess over the "Godstream" - mysterious signals from the atmosphere that no one can quite explain. And then one morning, the daily broadcast doesn't arrive. And it's up to one reclusive comm tech to find out why.< Less
The Radio Towers By Ralph Perrine
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This children's book tells a true story – it happened to me when I was probably around four years old. Back then we lived in Greer, SC, and at least once a week we would drive down Highway 29... More > to Greenville. I remember many times riding in the car at night with my parents and seeing the lights from the radio towers on top of Paris Mountain. One night, I saw something unusual …well, you’ll have to read to find out! Years later when I told this story to my children, I was surprised at how much they liked it, and how they asked me to tell it over and over again. I eventually drew pictures and wrote out the story which you get to see in the next few pages. Enjoy! Ralph Perrine< Less
The Radio Towers By Ralph Perrine
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This children's book tells a true story – it happened to me when I was probably around four years old. Back then we lived in Greer, SC, and at least once a week we would drive down Highway 29... More > to Greenville. I remember many times riding in the car at night with my parents and seeing the lights from the radio towers on top of Paris Mountain. One night, I saw something unusual …well, you’ll have to read to find out! Years later when I told this story to my children, I was surprised at how much they liked it, and how they asked me to tell it over and over again. I eventually drew pictures and wrote out the story which you get to see in the next few pages. Enjoy! Ralph Perrine< Less
The Old-Time Radio Horror Host Handbook By Kurt Kuersteiner
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The Old-Time Radio Horror Host Handbook is a fiendishly fun romp through radio's Golden Age of horror, science fiction, and dark fantasy dramas. You'll learn about the famous, the infamous, and even... More > the obscure horror hosts that provided ghoulish humor and haunting atmosphere to regularly terrified audiences. Their distinctive voices and cleverly crafted words glued millions of listeners to radio on a weekly basis. They inspired cinema, pulp magazine, comic, and television horror to this very day. Peer inside and find out why!< Less
Old-Time Radio Trivia Book By Ben Ohmart
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Test your knowledge of old-time radio with master of the genre, Mel Simons! Complete with pictures of radio stars from the author's collection.
Doc Savage Old Radio Scripts 1-14 By Kenneth Robeson
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Contains the following radio scripts: The Red Death, The Golden Legacy, The Red Lake Quest, The Sniper in the Sky, The Evil Extortionists, Black-Light Magic, Radium Scramble, Death Had Blue Hands,... More > The Sinister Sleep, The Southern Star Mystery, The Impossible Bullet, The Too-Talkative Parrot, The Blue Angel, The Green Ghost< Less
Host Your Own Old Time Radio Drama 2014 Calendar By Philip Craig Robotham
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The 2014 "Host Your Own Old Time Radio Drama" calendar from WeirdworldStudios.com showcases the cover art of our series illustrator Miyukiko, for each of our initial 12 titles. One for... More > each month of the year!< Less
The Defender - A Radio Play By Charles Mazzarella
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The Defender is intended to be a play performed on the radio; in the spirit of the radio plays of olde. An homage to the noir detective stories of the 30's and 40's, which the author came to admire;... More > not that he is that old. The main character gets help from some good friends as he fights crime in rural Canada as big city criminals hide out among the snowflakes and pancakes. The potential of what the local villians are planning to build, can and would effect any small town or large city in North America. The sequel is already written. Enjoy reading or acting out the parts to this play. Imagine yourself, as The Defender!< Less
The Defender - A Radio Play By Charles Mazzarella
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The Defender is intended to be a play performed on the radio; in the spirit of the radio plays of olde. An homage to the noir detective stories of the 30's and 40's, which the author came to admire;... More > not that he is that old. The main character gets help from some good friends as he fights crime in rural Canada as big city criminals hide out among the snowflakes and pancakes. The potential of what the local villians are planning to build, can and would effect any small town or large city in North America. The sequel is already written. Enjoy reading or acting out the parts to this play. Imagine yourself, as The Defender!< Less
Hotel California - The Radio Play By Christopher Beattie
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The idea for Hotel California came from listening to that song one too many times. Somehow, vampires and werewolves seemed to sneak into the lyrics. The vampires came in first because the old... More > legend about vampires not seeing themselves in the mirror and the mirrors on the ceilings. The werewolves come in from the line about stabbing the beast with steely knives (obviously, they misplaced the silverware). The first incarnation of Hotel California came as a novel through National Novel Writer’s Month. The novel was centered on the main character and his dealings in the dream world and in the real world. The radio play, however, is centered on the location of the hotel. Actions that take place to the character in the real world are handled off screen in the radio play. Actions that take place when the main character is not present were handled off screen in the novel. They become central to the plot in the radio play.< Less